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occīdō, occīdere, occīdī, occīsum

kill, cut down

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dēscendō, dēscendere, dēscendī, dēscēnsum

climb down, descend

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hiems, hiemis, f.

winter

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contineō, continēre, continuī, contentum

contain, restrain

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dēferō, dēferre, dētulī, dēlātum

carry away, report

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oportet, oportēre, oportuit

it is proper, right (+ acc. + infin.)

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tribūnus -ī, m.

tribune

title of various Roman officials, as mīlitum, plēbis, aerāriī

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bōs, bovis, m.

gen. pl. boum

ox

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īrāscor, īrāscī, īrātus

grow angry; angry

10

aeger, aegra, aegrum

sick

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forum -ī, n.

market-place, forum

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offerō, offerre, obtulī, oblātum

present, offer, expose

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revocō (1)

call back, recall

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cingō, cingere, cīnxī, cīnctum

encircle, surround, gird

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integer -gra -grum

untouched, fresh, complete, whole

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validus -a -um

strong

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alō, alere, aluī, alitum

nourish

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flōs, flōris, m.

flower, bloom

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īctus -ūs, m.

blow, stroke

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colligō, colligere, collēgī, collēctum

gather together, collect

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pergō, pergere, perrēxī, perrēctum

continue, proceed; awaken

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praesēns -ntis

present, in person, ready

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rēctus -a -um

straight, direct

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lātus -a -um

broad, wide

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praeceptum -ī, n.

rule, precept; command

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recēdō, rēcēdere, rēcessī, rēcessum

step back, recoil, recede, withdraw

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utrum

utrum ... an

whether

whether ... or

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famēs -is, f.

hunger, famine

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pariō, parere, peperī, partum

bring forth, give birth to; accomplish

30

appāreō, apparēre, apparuī

appear, become visible

31

quōmodo

in what way, how?

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error -ōris, m.

wandering; error, mistake

33

forsitan or fortasse

perhaps, perchance

34

convertō, convertere, convertī, conversum

turn about, turn, change

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proficīscor, proficīscī, profectus

set forth, go

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secundus -a -um

following; favorable

37

aperiō, aperīre, aperuī, apertum

open

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castus -a -um

pure, spotless, chaste

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iūdex, iūdicis, m.

judge, juror

40

lapis, lapidis, m.

stone

41

nimis or nimium

excessively

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onus, oneris, n.

load, burden

43

opera -ae, f.

labor, activity, work

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pauper -eris

poor, lowly

45

āēr, āeris, m.

air

46

negōtium -ī, n.

business

47

pāreō, pārēre, pāruī

obey

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subitō

suddenly, unexpectedly

49

argentum -ī, n.

silver, money

50

ūtilis -e

useful

51

aethēr, aetheris, n.

pure upper air, ether, heaven, sky

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mereō, merēre, meruī, meritum

deserve, merit; serve as a soldier

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portō (1)

carry a load

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proprius -a -um

one’s own, peculiar

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avis -is, f.

bird

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vanus -a -um

empty; false, deceitful

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māteria -ae, f.

material, subject matter; timber, lumber

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paucī -ae -a

few

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voluntās -ātis, f.

wish, desire

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ēgregius -a -um

distinguished, uncommon

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difficilis -e

not easy, hard, difficult

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gladius -ī, m.

sword

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cibus -ī,. m.

food

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certō (1)

decide by contest; fight, compete, vie

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initium -ī, n.

beginning

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pertineō, pertinēre, pertinuī

extend over, reach; refer to, pertain to, be the business of

67

quattuor

four

68

turbō (1)

disturb, confuse

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cōnsūmō, cōnsūmere, cōnsūmpsī, cōnsūmptum

to use up, consume

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corrumpō, corrumpere, corrūpī, corruptum

break up, destroy, ruin

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incidō, incidere, incidī

fall upon, fall into; happen

72

paulō or paulum

to only a small extent, slightly, a little

73

hospes, hospitis, m.

guest, guest-friend; stranger; host

74

rīdeō, rīdēre, rīsī, rīsum

laugh, laugh at

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aevum -i, n.

eternity; lifetime, age

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audāx, audācis

bold, daring; reckless

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posterus -a -um

next, later

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praetor -ōris, m.

praetor

one of the chief Roman magistrates

79

rūs, rūris, n.

country, countryside

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differō, differre, distulī, dīlātum

scatter; publish, divulge; differ; defer, postpone

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vītō (1)

avoid, shun

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prīvātus -a -um

personal, private

83

serviō, servīre, servīvī or serviī, servītum

be a slave, serve (+ dat.)

84

vereor, verērī, veritus sum

fear, stand in awe of

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ingredior, ingredī, ingressus

step in, enter

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addūcō, addūcere, addūxī, adductum

lead to, induce

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hortor, hortārī, hortātus

urge strongly, advise, exhort

88

reus -ī, m.

defendant

89

scīlicet

certainly, of course

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comparō (1)

get ready, provide; compare

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perpetuus -a -um

unbroken, perpetual

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dēsīderō (1)

long for, desire greatly

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celebrō (1)

frequent, throng, crowd

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cōnficiō, conficere, confēcī, confectum

complete, accomplish; destroy, kill, consume

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intendō, intendere, intendī, intentum

stretch out, strain

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iūrō (1)

iūs iūrandum

take an oath, swear

oath

97

sōlum

only, merely

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auctōritās -ātis, f.

influence, clout, authority

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iaciō, iacere, iēcī, iactum

throw, hurl

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labōrō (1)

toil, work; be in trouble or distress