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alveus, ī m.
a hollow, cavity, deep vessel, basket, basket, trough, tray
colloquium -ī n.
conversation, conference, parley
custōdia, -ae f.
watch, custody, prison
dēfēnsor, dēfēnsōris m.
defender
est trāditum
Impersonal passive;
it has been related
migrō, -are
to move, migrate
orīgō, orīginis f.
origins
onustus, -a, -um
laden, burdened
rēgius, -a, -um
royal, king's
siccum, -ī n.
dry land
appellō, āre
to call, name
interfīciō, ere, interfēcī, interfectum
to kill
clarus, -a, -um
famous, clear, distinguished
profugus, ī m.
refugee
migrō, āre
to migrate, move
adventus, -ūs m.
arrival
aggredior, aggredī, aggressus sum
to attack
impleō, ēre, implēvī, implētum
to fill
metuō, metuere, metuī
to fear, be afraid of
ops, opis f.
wealth, pl. resources, power
crēscō, crēscere, crēvī, crētum
to grow, prosper, thrive
discrīmen, discrīminis n.
crises
adversus (prep. + acc.)
contrary to, opposite, against
moenia, moenium n.pl.
walls, fortifications
reperiō, -īre, repperī, repertum
to find
rēgius, -a, -um
royal, king's
custōdia, -ae f.
watch, custody, prison
alveus, ī m.
basket
circā (adv.)
around, nearby
cursus, -ūs m.
running, course, path
flectō, -ere, flexī, flexum
to turn, go, change
ēducō, -āre
to bring up, educate
latrō, latrōnis m.
robber
dīvidō, ere, dīvīsī, dīvīsum
to force apart, divide, distribute
incūsō, āre (+acc. & inf.)
to reproach, accuse, complain
supplicium, -ī n.
punishment
iussū +gen.
by the order (of)
expōnō, ere, exposuī, expositum
to set out, expose, explain
geminus, -a, -um
twin, double
nepōs, nepōtis m.
grandson