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1

ablēgō -lēgāre

to send off, send out of the way, banish, send into exile

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animadvertō animadvertere animadvertī animadversus *

to pay attention to, attend to; notice, observe; judge, estimate; punish (in+ACC)

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caligula –ae f.

military boot; cognomen of the emperor Gaius

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castrēnsis –e

of the camp, in the camp

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cōgnōmen cōgnōminis n.

surname, family name; name

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cōnspectus conspectūs m. *

view, range of sight; aspect, appearance, look; perception, contemplation, survey

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cōnsuētūdō cōnsuētūdinis f. *

habit/custom/usage/way; normal/general/customary practice, tradition/convention; experience; empirical knowledge; sexual/illicit intercourse, intimacy, affair

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dēmandō –mandāre

to give in charge, intrust, commit

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dēprecor dēprecārī dēprecātus sum

to avert by prayer, deprecate, plead against, beg to escape, seek to avoid

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dēsistō dēsistere dēstitī dēstitus

to cease, desist

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dubius –a –um *

doubtful

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ēducō ēducāre ēducāvī ēducātum

to bring up, educate

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fiō fierī factus sum ****

to happen, come about; result (from); take place, be held, occur, arise (event); be made/created/instituted/elected/appointed/given; be prepared/done; develop; be made/become; (facio PASS); [fiat => so be it, very well; it is being done]

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flectō flectere flēxī flexus

to bend, curve, bow; turn, curl; persuade, prevail on, soften

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furor furōris m. *

madness, rage, fury, frenzy; passionate love

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haud **

not at all, by no means

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invidia invidiae f. *

envy, jealousy; ill–will, resentment

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iocus iocī m.

joke, jest, sport

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manipulārius –a –um

of or belonging to a maniple or to a common soldier

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maximē *

most greatly

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mīles mīlitis m. ****

soldier

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nūtrīmentum –ī n.

nourishment; fuel; upbringing (pl.) (> nutrio)

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paenitentia –ae f.

repentance, penitence

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perīculum perīculī n. ****

danger

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praeceps praecipitis

plunging head-foremost, falling; headlong

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proximus –a –um *

next, nearest, most recent, last

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quantum *

so much as; how much; how far

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quia ***

because

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reprehendō reprehendere reprehendī reprehēnsus

to hold back, seize, catch; blame

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trahō trahere trāxī tractus *

to draw, drag, haul; derive, get

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tumultuor tumultuārī tumultuātus sum

to make a disturbance, be in confusion

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vehiculum vehiculī n.

a means of transport, carriage, conveyance, vehicle

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vertō vertere vertī versus **

to turn, turn around; change, alter; overthrow, destroy