Flashcards in De Bello Gallico Chapter 2 Deck (64):
well-known, distinguished; of noble birth
superlative of dives, divitis
cupiditas, cupiditatis f.
eagerness, desire, greed
induco, inducere, induxi, inductum
to lead on, to draw on, to induce; to influence, to instigate, to cover
fame, noble birth, rank, the nobility
far, distant, a long way, by far, for a long while
imperium, imperii n.
right to command, authority, jurisdiction, supreme military command
potior, potiri, potitus sum
become master of, get control or possession of, obtain, capture
on all sides, everywhere
natura, naturae f.
contineo, continēre, continui, contentum
to hold, to keep, to restrain; to bound, to shut up, to contain
Iura, Iurae m.
the Jura mountains which stretched from the Rhine to the Rhone, separating the Helvetians from the Sequani
lacus, lacūs m.
Lemmanus, Lemanni m.
Lake Lemannus, Lake Leman, Lake Geneva
fio, fieri, factus sum
to result, to happen, to come to pass
not at all, too little
vagor, vagari, vagatus sum
to roam around, to wander
finitimus, finitima, finitimum
bordering on, neighboring
bello, bellare, bellavi, bellatus
to wage war
dolor, doloris m.
grief, distress, pain, anguish
adficio, adficere, adfeci, adfectum
to affect, to inspire
arbitror, arbitrari, arbitratus sum
to decide, to think, to believe
longitudo, longitudinis f.
length, extent, long duration
pateo, patēre, patui
to lie open, to be open, to be passable, to extend
adduco, adducere, adduxi, adductum
to lead to, to induce, to influence
auctoritas, auctoritatis f.
permoveo, permovēre, permovi, permotum
to move thoroughly, to incite, to influence
constituo, constituere, constitui, constitutum
to set up, to construct, to appoint, to decide, to decree, to establish, to draw up (troops in formation), to anchor (ships), to raise (a legion)
proficiscor, proficisci, profectus sum
to set out for, to start out, to go, to proceed
pertineo, pertinēre, pertinui, pertentum
to extend, to pertain, to have reference to, to concern, to tend, to aim at
comparo comparare, comparavi, comparatus
to prepare, to acquire, to prepare for
iumentum, iumenti n.
yoke animal, pack animal
carrus, carri m.
coemo, coemere, coemi, coemptum
to buy, to buy up
sementis, sementis f.
iter, itineris n.
route, road, march
suppeto, suppetere, suppetivi, suppetitum
to be near, to be in store, to be supplied
confirmo, confirmare, confirmavi, confirmatus
to establish, to strengthen, to encourage, to console, to declare
conficio, conficere, confeci, confectum
to make thoroughly, to do thoroughly, to complete, to finish
biennium, biennii n.
profectio, profectionis f.
a setting out, start, departure
lex, legis f.
suscipio, suscipere, suscepi, susceptum
to take up, to undertake, to begin
obtineo, obtinēre, obtinui, obtentum
to hold, to retain, to possess, to maintain
senatus, senatūs m.
a body of old men, senate, especially the Roman Senate
occupo, occupare, occupavi, occupatus
to take possession of, to seize, to engage
in like manner, so, also, just so
principatus, principatūs m.
chief place, chief authority, leadership
plebs, plebis f.
populace, common people
plebes, plebei f.
populace, common people
conor, conari, conatus sum
to try, to attempt
probo, probare, probavi, probatus
to approve, to demonstrate
perficio, perficere, perfeci, perfectum
to finish, to build, to accomplish
on this account
dubius, dubia, dubium
that not, but that, (after negative words of doubt or hindrance) but that, that
concilio, conciliare, conciliavi, conciliatum
to bring together, to gain over, to win over, to secure
oratio, orationis f.
ius iurandum, iuris iurandi n.
firmus, firma, firmum