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argentum, i
2n. Silver; silver-plate; money
genus generis
3n. Family, stock, tribe
poculum, i
2n. Cup
inflammatus, a , um
inflamed, on fire
natus, a, um
(+abl) born of, from
absum
abesse afui afuturus I am away from, I am absent
constituo
3 constitui constitutus I decide
perlego
3 perlegi perlectus I read through, peruse
servo
1 I keep safe, preserve
potius quam
rather than
modus, i
2m. Way, fashion, manner
provincia, ae
1f. Province
ratio, rationis
3f. Plan, method; reason; count, list; calculation
Roma, ae
1f. Rome
Sicilia, ae
1f. Sicily
absens, absentis
absent, away
primus, a, um
first
circumeo
circumire circumii circumitum I go around
colligo
3 collegi collectus I collect, gather; gain, acquire
commoveo
2 commovi, commotus I move; remove; excite, disturb
excogito
1 I think up, devise
revoco
1 I call back
circum
(+acc) around
postremo
finally
stulte
stupidly
classis, classis
3f. Fleet
cohors, cohortis
3f. Governor's retinue; cohort
nauta, ae
1m. Sailor
pirata, ae
1m. Pirate
portus, us
4m. Harbor
praedo praedonis
3m. Pirate; robber
praefectus, i
2m. Captain, prefect; (adj) in charge of (+dat.)
ebrius, a, um
drunk
exspecto
1 I await, wait for
iaceo
2 I lie
libero
1 I free, release
a/ab
by; away from
numerus, i
2m. Number
securis, securis
3f. Axe
vestis, vestis
3f. Clothes, clothing, dress
formosus, a, um
handsome, graceful, shapely
nefarius, a, um
wicked, vile, criminal
praeclarus, a, um
a very famous, outstanding, brilliant
desum
deesse, defui, defuturus I am missing; lacking; fail; abandon (+dat)
ferio
4 I strike, beat; kill (no 3 or 4th pp. comes from pecutio: percussi, percussus of same meaning)
aut…aut
either…or
cotidie
daily
cibus, i
2m. Food
Cleomenes, Cleomenis
3m. Cleomenes
imperator, imperatoris
3m. Leader, general, commander
litus, litoris
3n. Shore
populus, i
2m. People
princeps, pincipis
3m. Leader, chieftain; (adj) first
prostemus, a, um
last
quintus, a, um
fifth
aggredior
3/4 deponent aggressus I attack (go up to)
egeo
2 egui (+abl. Or gen.) I lack, need, am in want of
navigo
1 I sail
nitor
3 deponent nisus or nixus (+abl) I lean on; I strive, exert myself
occido
3 occidi occisus I kill
denique
finally; in a word
paulo
slightly (cf. multo: (by) much: both abl. 'amount of difference')
incendium, i
2n. Fire
mare, maris
3n. Sea (mari (abl. S) 'on the sea')
multitudo, multidudinid
3f. Mob, crowd, number
nequitia, ae
1f. Wickedness
garvis, e
serious, important, weighty
reliquus, a, um
remaining, left
tardus, a, um
slow
accipio
3/4 accepi acceptus I sustain, meet with; (receive, welcome; learn, obtain)
conflagro
1 I burn (instrans.)
incendo
3 incendi incensus I set fire to, burn (trans.)
ante
(adv.) earlier, before; ((+acc) before, in front of)
quo
to where, whither
gloria, ae
1f. Glory, renown, fame
mentio, mentionis
3f. Mention
metus, us
4m. Fear, terror
moenia, moenium
3n. Pl. walls, fortifications
tot
so many (indecl.)
accedo
3 accessi accessum I approach, reach
commoror
1 deponent I delay, wait
possum
posse potui (+adv.) I am powerful, have power
cum
(+subj.) when; since; although; (+abl. With)
saepe
often
causa, ae
1f. Case, reason
lictor, lictoris
3m. Magistrate's attendant, lictor
salus, salutis
3f. Safety
sanguis, sanguinis
3m. Blood
testis, testis
3m. Witness
verber, verberis
3n. Blow; whip
proximus, a, um
nearest, next
abicio
abicere, abieci, abiectus I throw down/away
accidit
3 accidit (ut/ut non + subj.) it happens (that/that not)
concido
3 concidi I fall, collapse; am killed
morior
3/4 deponent mortuus I die, am dying
persuadeo
2 persuasi, persuasum I persuade x (dat.) (ut/ne + subj. 'that/that…not' 'that….should not')
ad
(+acc) for the purpose of (towards; at)
de
(+abl) from; down from (about, concerning)
neue
and (that x should) not' 'and not to'
vehementer
strongly
ut
(+subj.) 'to…' 'that…should' (negative ne 'not to…' 'that … should not')
furor, furoris
3m. Rage, fury; madness
os, oris
3n. Face, mouth
vinc(u)lum, i
2n. Chain, bond
medicus, a, um
middle (of)
ago
3 ego actus I drive, lead, direct (do, act)
nudo
1 I strip
perficio
3/4 perfeci, perfectus ut/ut non +subj. I bring about that/that not (finish, complete, carry out)
profugio
3/4 profugi I escape, flee away
modo
only
non modo. . .sed etiam
not only. . .but also
liberatas, liberatatis
3f. Freedom, liberty
mora, ae
1f. Delay
neglentia, ae
1f. Carelessness
praesidium, i
2n. Protection, defense, guard
immortalis, e
immortal
tutus, a, um
safe
clamito
1 I keep on shouting (=clamo+it)
confiteor
2 deponent confessus I confess, acknowledge
ignosco
3 (+dat) ignovi ognotum I forgive
peto
3 petui petitus I seek
quaero
3 quaesivi quaesitus I seek, look for; ask
antea
before (adv.: cf. ante)
per
(+acc) in the name of (through, by)
causa, ae
1f. Cause (case; reason)
civitas, civitatis
3f. State
eques, equitis
3m. 'knight'
ius, iuris
3n. Law, justice
supplicium, i
2n. Punishment; summum supplicium the death penalty
inimicus, a, um
hostile, enemy
novus, a, um
new