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alius…alius
-one…another
amīcitia
amīcitiae, f.

- friendship
Centuriō
Centuriōnis, m.

-centurion
Commūnis, is, e
-common
Discēdō
Discēdere, discessī, discessūrus

-to leave, go away
Etiam
-also, even
Fātum
Fātī, n.

-fate
Habeō
Habēre, habuī, habitus

-to have
Īnferrō
Īnferre, intulī, illātus

-to bring
Lacrima
Lacrimae, f.

-tear
Licet
Licēre, licuit +dat

-it is permitted, allowed
Mīles
Mīlitus, m.

-soldier
Necessārius, a, um
-necessary
Neque…neque
-neither…nor
Nōnnūllī, ae, a
-some
Orior
Orīrī, ortus sum

-to rise, arise, begin
Paulātum
-gradually
Perīculum
Perīculī, n.

-danger
Petō
Petere, petīvī, petītus

-to seek; to ask
Prīmum
-first
Remaneō
Remanēre, remānsī

-to remain, stay behind
Sequor
Sequī, secūtus sum

-to follow
Suspīciō
Suspīciōnis, f.

-suspicion
Teneō
Tenēre, tenuī, tentus

-to hold
Tōtus, a, um
-whole, entire
Urbs
Urbis, f.

-city
Vītō
Vītāre, vītāvī, vītātus

-to avoid
Tribūnus mīlitum
Tribūnī mīlitum, m.

-military tribune
Praefectus
Praefectī, m.

-officer; commander of the auxilaries
Rēs mīlitāris
Reī mīlitāris, f.

-miltiary affairs
Ūsus
Ūsūs, m.

-use; practice, experience
Voluntās
Voluntātis, f.

-will; approval, permission
Pudor
Purdōris, m.

-shame; sense of honor; feeling of dishonor
Addūcō
Addūcere, addūxī, adductus

-to lead; to sway, influence
Fingō
Fingere, fīnxī, fīctus

-to form, shape; to control
Tabernāculum
Tabernāculī, n.

-tent
Interdum
-sometimes, at times
Queror
Querī, questus sum

-to complain about, grumble about
Familiāris, is, um
m.

-companion, close friend
Miseror
Miserārī, miserātus sum

-to bemoan, bewail, cry over
Vulgō
-everywhere
Testāmentum
Testāmentī, n.

-will
Obsignō
Obsignāre, obsignāvī, obsignātus

-to sign and seal
Equitātus
Equitātūs, m.

-calvary
Praesum
Praeesse, praefuī

-to be in command (of)
(irreg. + dat)