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pergo, ere, perrexi, perrectum
proceed, go on, go forth
egredior, i, egressus sum
to go out, go forth, disembark, leave
desidero, desidare, avi, atum
to long for, desire, ask for, miss, be eager for, demand
purgo, are, avi, atum
to cleanse, purify, defend
murus, muri
m
wall
versor, ari, atus sum
to be involved, be engaged, be busy, be active, be prominent, be skilled in, live, remain
sino, sinere, sivi, situm
let, permit
custos, custodis
m/f
guard, sentry, watchman, guardian, caretaker
pestis, pestis
f
plague, pest, ruin. destruvtion. scourge
periclitor, ari, atus sum
try, venture, endanger
praesidium, i
n
guard
designatus, a, um
elected but not yet in office
comes, comitis
m/f
companion, comrade, accomplice, attendant, associate, count
concito, are, avi, atum
stir deeply, arouse, incite
competitor, oris
m
rival
denique
atlast, at length, finally
obsto, are, stiti, statum
oppose, hinder, resist
calamitas, calamitatis
f
loss, calamity, disaster, misfortune
tectum, i
n
roof, ceiling, house
vastitas, tatis
f
devastation, ruin
exitium, i
n
destruction, ruin, disaster
proprius, a, um
ones own, personal, particular, peculiar, special
manus, manus
f
hand, force
hortor, ari, atus sum
to encourage, exhort, urge
sentina, ae
f
dregs, bilge water
exhaurio, ire, hausi, haustum
drain out
num
not so, is it (implies yes answer)
jucundus, a , um
pleasant, agreeable, delightfull, pleasing, gratifying
caelum, i
n
sky, heavens
nemo
m/f
no one, nobody
scleus, eris
n
crime, wickedness, impious action
timor, timoris
m
fear, timidity
quotiens
adv
(interrogative): how often? how many times?
(relative): as often as, as
petitio, onis
f
thrust, aim, candidacy
vito, are, avi, atum
to avoid, shun, escape
assequor, i, secutus sum
to overtake, gain, obtain, attain, accomplish
sica, ae
f
dagger
excido, ere, cidi, cisum
to cut down
mehercule
interj
by hercules! verily
graviter
adv
seriously, grievously
offendo, ere, fendi, fensum
to offend
infestus, a, um
adj
hostile, deadly
odium, i
n
hate, hatred
vulneras
you wound, injure
parens, parentis
m/f
parent
parracidium, i
N
parricide
pertimesco, ere, ui
to fear
aliquot
indecl adj
several, some
facinus, oris
n
act, deed, misdeed, crime
neco, are, avi, atum
to kill
perfringendo, ere, fregi, fractum
to infringe
quamquam
conj
although, though
increpo, increpare, ui, itum
to sound, make a noise, rubuke
abhorreo, ere, ui
to shrink from, be averse to, bea at variance, disagree
aliquando
adv
atlast, at length, finally, once, sometimes
nonne
interrog adv
used in direct questions expecting the answer yes
impetro, are, avi, atum
to get, obtain, effect
adhibeo, adhibere, ui, itum
to go to, approach
vis (acc-vim/abl-vi)
force, violence, power
recipio, ere, cepi, ceptum
to take back, receive, admit, undertake
paries, etis
m
wall, house wall
tutus, a, um
adj
safe, protected
moenia, moenium
n pl
walls, city walls, city
praetor, oris
m
a roman magistrate, praetor
repudio, are, avi, atum
to refuse, reject, repudiate
sodalis, is
m
a close, associate, companion
demigro, are, avi, atum
to move away, move off
videlicet
adv
one may see, obviously, clearly, of course
mando, are, avi, atum
to give over, intrust, commit, command, enjoin, confer, instruct, commission
fuga, ae
f
flight
solitudino, solitudinis
f
solitude, exile
postulo, are, avi, atum
to demand, request
exsilium, i
n
exile, banishment
abhorreo, ere, ui, -
to shrink from, be averse to, be
emorior, i, emortuus sum
to die
metus, metus
m
fear, dread
proficiscor, i, fectus sum
set out, depart, proceed, advance, go
ecquid
adv
at all?
animadverto, ere, verti, versum
to notice, censure
patior, i, passus sum
to suffer, permit, allow, endure
perspicio, perspicere, perspexi, perspectum
see through, perceive, see through
idem, eadem, idem
dem pronoun/adj
same, identical, the same, the same one
jus, juris
n
right, law, privile, rite, jurisdiction
de te (abl)
on account of you
probo, are, avi, atum
to approve, prove
decerno, ere, crevi, cretum
to decide, decree, assign
ceterus, a, um
adj
the other, the rest
pl- the others
circumsto, are, avi
to stand around, surround, encircle
frequentia, ae
f
great numbers, crowd
percipio, ere, cepi, ceptum
to perceive, learn, comprehend, observe, derive
vix
scarcely
jam pridem
long ago
relinquo, ere, liqui, lictum
to leave behind, abandon, omit
porta, ae
f
gate
quamquam
although
ullus, a, um
adj
any
umquam
adv
ever
utinam
adv
would that
tametsi
although
perterreo, ere, ui, itum
to frighten
tempestas, tempestatis
f
time, season, weather, storm, tempest, emergency
recens, recentis
adj
new, fresh, recent
posteritas, tatis
f
the future, posterity, future generations
calamitas, calamitatis
f
calamity
dum modo
provided that
vitium, i
n
fault, flaw, sin, vice
poena, ae
f
punishment
pudor, oris
m
shame
turpitudo, turpitudinis
f
baseness, disgrace
quam ob rem
why?
vis
force
conflo, are, avi atum
to blow up, kindle
sermo, onis
m
conversation, speech
sustineo, ere, ui, tentum
to support, sustain
sin
conj
but if, on the contrary
importunus, a, um
adj
unsuitable, dangerous, troublesome, savage
perditus, a, um
adj
ruined, abandoned, desperate
impius, a, um
adj
impious, undutiful, wicked
latrocinium, i
n
robbery, brigandage, piracy, band of robbers
praemitto, ere, misi, missum
to send ahead
armati, orum
m pl
armed men
praestolor, ari, atus sum
to wait for
argenteus, a, um
adj
of silver
funestus, a, um
adj
deadly
sacrarium, i
n
shrine
altaria, ium
n pl
altar
etinem iam diu
and in fact for a long time
patres conscripti
conscript fathers
audacia, ae
f
boldness, audacity
penitus
adv
deep within, entirely, wholly
includo, ere, clusi, clusum
to shut in, enclose, insert
viscus, visceris
n
internal organs, vitals
aeger, gra, grum
adj
sick, ill
febris, febris
f
fever
afflicto, are, avi, atum
afflict, torment
qua re
adv
therefore, why?
insidior, ari, atus sum
to plot against
tribunal, alis
n
tribunal
obsideo, ere, sedi, sessum
to obstruct, blockade, besiege
malleolus, i
m
fire-dart
frons, frontis
f
brow, forehead
fore
about to be
consensio, onis
f
unanimity, accord
patefacio, ere, feci, factum
to open up, disclose, reveal
omnes, ium
m pl
all men
pernicies, ei
f
destruction, death, ruin, disaster
auspicium, i
n
augury
nomino, are, avi, atum
to name, call, celebrate
arceo, ere, ui,-
to confine