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mos
moris, m., custom; pl., character
posterus, -a, -um
next, following
placuit
it was decided
ne quis
that no one
enuntio
enuntiare, enuntiavi, enuntiatus, to reveal, divulge
patres
patrum, m. pl. senators
eo magis
all the more
dixit actum esse
he said that there had been a debate
utrum. . .an. . .
whether. . .or
haberet
should have
trepidans, trepidantis
in a panic
caterva
catrevae, f., crowd
potius quam
rather than
ago
agere, egi, actus, to do drive; here, to discuss, debate
profero
proferre, protuli, prolatus, irreg., to carry forward, continue
urgeo
urgere, ursi, tp press, insist
fides
fidei, f., good faith, reliability, trust
ingenium
ingenii, n., intelligence, ingenuity
consultum
consulti, n., decree
cognomen
cognominis, n., surname (third or fourth name of a Roman)
honoris causa
for the sake of an honor, as an honor
praebeo
praebere, praebui, praebitus, to display, show
*vehementius*
*more insistently*
*lacrimantes*
*weeping* (fem., nom., pl.)
*mirabantur*
*(they) were wondering*
*progressus*
*having advanced* (masc., nom., sing.)