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Sumptum
to take
Iurgi
quarrel; "spat" (gen of characteristic)
Adulter, adulteris
Playboy, adulterer
Impudicus
Pervert
Convicium, convicii
hatin' talk
Quis (Ch. #1)
Somebody
Forte
By chance
Adsit
to be present
Ignarus
ignorant
Miretur
to be amazed
Profecto
he would obviously be amazed
Tanta
so great
Exerceatur
to be conducted
Facinoris
Crime
Reus
defendant
Consecleratisque
and wicked
Seditious
seditious
Armati
to arm
Atullerint
to attack
Cotidie
daily
Consecleratisque
and wicked
Seditious
seditious
Armati
to arm
Atullerint
to attack
Cotidie
daily
Audaciam
boldness
Improbet
to disapprove
Requirat
to ask
Reprehendat
to scold
Compimendam
to restrain
Laboriosos
overworked
Existimet
to judge
otiosis
leasure time
ne quidem
indeed
Communi
ordinary
Quemquam
anybody
Quicquam
anything
libidine
lust
niteretur
to rely upon (abl taker)
nimis
too much
Acerbo
to be harsh
Necessario
close friend; buddy
Ignosco
to forgive
Descendisset
to bring down
Alicuius
od aomwonw
Aetatis
age
Pueritiae
boyisness
Acriter
sharply
Introitus
introduction
Detrahendae
to remove
Spoliandaeque
to ruin (and for the sake of ruining is actual translation with "que" and "gratia"
Obiectus est
to be brought up
varie
variously
parum
too little
tracatus
to be treated
notis
known
oratione
oration
senectutem
old age
Diu Minus
for a less long age
aeque
equally
quaecumque
whatever
Summam
highest
Aliqua
any other
non solum...sed etiam
not only... but also
eam (Ch. 3)
that
Oportuit
to be suitable
Pietate (Ch. 4)
piety
poni
being placed
Existimatio
an opinion
iudicium
judgement
opinemur
think, have as opinion
iuratis
having been testified
sentiant
To feel
Luctus
grief
Maeror and Maestitia
sadness
Cernitis
to see
Revertar
to return
Demanavit
to flow down
Forensis labor
legal work
pudicitia
purity
Celebratum est
to proclaim
numquam
never
acerbe
sharply
pervulgatato
to make known
species
appearance
Liberalis
handsome
desiderat
lacks
propositi
purpose
notet
to mark
alius...aliud..
one thing.. another
definiat
to define
argumento
proof
confirmet
to strengthen
nominatur
called
urbanitas
sophitication
convicium
abuse
potissimum
most especially
decebat
to be appropriate
postulabat
to demand
amanaadvertere
to notice
Pudor
shame
versari
to be involved
robustioribus
more strong
Pudor
shame
suscepisset
to undertake
versari
to be involved
aliquanto
somewhat
robustioribus
more strong
suscepisset
to undertake
aliquanto
somewhat
more nostro
our custom
licentiam
liberty
moderatur
restrain (+dat.)
erga
towards (prep + acc.)
tueri
to protect
debeo
ought
admonitum
admonish
qualis
whateve
seiungas
to separate
talem
the sort of
quantam
as much as
abes
are away
erubescas
to blush
pateat
to lie open
aetat
aetat
etiamsi
even if
petulant
petulantly
petulant
petulantly
ulla
any
ulla
any
male dicere
to slander
male dicere
to slander
calpa
blame
calpa
blame
invitum
unwilling
invitum
unwilling
quoad
as much as
munita
having built up
tantum
as much as
continuo
at once
flore
blooming
aut...aut...aut..
either...or...or
dedeuctum
was lead down
artibus
the (most honest) arts
erudiretur
to educate
Verum (Ch.9)
but
abhorrere
to shrink from
accessit
to go over
discessit
to depart from
studerunt
to have zeal for (+dat)
Nimium
exessive
Infestum est
is threatened
sua sponte
on its own, of one's own accord
adsiduus
always assiduosly
praetore me
with me praetor
noverat
to know
causam...dixit
to bring charges
de pecuniis repetundis
extortion
ne...quidem
not even
annus...unus...constitutus
one year was decided upon
cohibendam
to constrain
adulescente (Ch. 10)
Being adolescent
Nam
for
Postea
after
negat
to defend
hic (Ch. 10)
here
Deinceps
finally
Ergo
therefore
ad finem
to what end
mereri stipendia
to earn military pay
nisi qui
except anyone (nisi aliquis)
cum...tum etiam
both and also
quoquo modo
by any means
initia
beginning
integra
unblemished
praestitisset
to show
se conroboravisset
to strengthen oneself
aliquot
some; a certain
sicuti
just as (because of the "ut" in sicuti)
meminisse
to remember
arbitror
to judge
expressa
to express
adumbrata
shadowy
illecbrae
allures
industriae
hardworkingness
Utebatur
to enjoy
Simulabat
to feign
tam (with conflatum)
to put together
flagrabant
to burn
iucundior
delightful
vitia
vices
coniuncitor
joined
turpioribus
foul
aliquando
at one time
taetrior
disgusting
voluptatibus
pleasure
coniuncitor
joined
turpioribus
foul
aliquando
at one time
taetrior
disgusting
voluptatibus
pleasure
Iniquinatior
dirty
patentior
more enduring
rapacitiae
rapacity
avarior
greedy
largitione
generosity; gift giving
effusior
more extravagant
amicitia
in friendship
ops esset
it is necessary
versare
to adapt
regere ad tempus
rule _____to suit the occasion
torquere
to turn
flectere
to bend
severe
sternly (adv.)
comiter
cheerfully
facinerosis
evil crime committing (person)
lididinosis
lusters
senibus
(with) old "harshness"
communicare
to share
servire temporibussuorum ominium
to help his friends in time of need
obsequio
obedience
scelere
villan
imperii
state
impetus
attack
exstitisset
to appear
vitiorum
vice
immanitas
enormity
facilitatis
ease
radicibus
root
niteretur
to rely upon (+abl)
Quare
therefore
Respuatur
to spit out
haereat
to stick
quondam
once
commune
a common thing
paene
almost
facinora
crime
prius quam/ante quam
before
catervis
crowd
magis est
it is more
moleste ferat
endure i tbadly
erroris me paeniet
it pains ___ (acc.) of ___ (gen.)
quam (Ch. 14)
than
reformidet
to shrink back in fear
errasse
to be mistaken
errasse
to be mistaken
decepit
to catch
decepit
to catch
tot
whole
tot
whole
delendi
to be destroyed
delendi
to be destroyed
quibusdam
some people
quibusdam
some people
condico
to make a deal
Usque
continuously
cum... etiam
both..and
repetita
repeated
Ideone
for this reason
foedera
strike up a treaty
comiata
accompanied
profecto
immediately
limine
threshold
simul ac
as soon as
superabat
to surpass
adfinis (Ch, 34)
in-law
cognatus
blood relative
temeritas
recklessness
ne...quidem
not even
aemulam
rival
coget
to compel
praesertim
especially
potius quam
rather than
quaeram
to ask
utrum...an
whether...or
prisce
old school
malit
to prefer
remisse
easy goingly
repente
suddenly
censoria
critical
ismulas
to accuse
conuetudinis
normality
actas
seashore parties
conviva
dinner parties
significant
to show
quoniam
since
mente... pracecipitis
headlong
diluas
to make clear
fateare
to confess
veneni
poision
temere
recklessly
quamdiu
as long as
egregiae
outstanding
discidio
to break up
depellendi
to push away