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"erant," "erat" at the beginning of a sentence

"there were," "there was," etc.

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expedītus, -a, -um

unimpeded, without baggage; lightly armed

2

vix

hardly, scarcely, with difficulty

3

omnīnō

entirely, only

4

singulī, singulae, singula (A Distributive Number)

one each, one at a time, single

5

perpaucī, -ae, a

very few

6

multō facilius

easier by much, "much easier"

7

nūper

recently

8

nōnnūllus, -a, -um

"not none"--SO: "several," "some"

9

vādō trānsītur

"it is crossed by wading"

10

nōndum

not yet

11

"bonō animō"

"well-disposed," lit. "with a good spirit"

12

patior, patī, passus sum

endure, suffer; allow

13

prōfectiō, prōfectionis (f.)

setting out, departure [from proficiscor]

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rīpa, -ae (f.)

bank of a stream or river

15

māturō (1)

to hasten, to hurry

16

"ab urbe"

"from Rome"

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"in Galliam ulteriōrem"

"into farther Gaul," "into more remote Gaul"

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rescindō, rescindere, rescidī, rescissum

to cut down, destroy

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"certiōrem factus est"

"he was informed"; lit., "he was made more certain"

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maleficium, -ī (n.)

mischief, harm, evil deed

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rogō (1)

to ask

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"sibi esse in animō"

"they (have--whatever necessary tense) have in mind"

23

licet, licēre, licuit OR licitum sum

it is permitted

24

"ut. . . sibi. . . liceat"

"that they be permitted," "that it might be permitted to them"

25

"sub iugum"

"under the yoke"

26

concēdō, concēdere, concessī, concessum

to depart; to grant, allow (concede)

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facultās, facultātis (f.)

power, opportunity, resources

28

"si quid vellent"

"if they wanted ANYthing" (remember "after si, nisi, num, and ne / all the ali-s fall away")

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dēlīberō (1)

to consider, deliberate, weigh well