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obstringo, -ere, obstrinxi, obstrictus

confine, involve, oblige

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obses, obsidis

hostage, pledge, security

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repeto, -ere, repetivi, repetitus

return to, get back, demand back

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imploro, -are

appeal to, invoke, beg

5

recuso, -are

reject, refuse, refuse to

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dicio, dicionis

authority, power, control

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imperium, -i

command, authority, rule

8

iuro, -are

swear, call to witness, vow obedience to

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postulo, -are

demand, claim, require

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postulatum, -i

demand, request

11

occupo, -are

seize, gain, overtake

12

mensis, mensis

month

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decedo, -ere, decessi, decessus

withdraw/retire, go off/away, depart

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astutia, -ae

cunning, cleverness, astuteness

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timor, timoris

fear, dread

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lacto, -are

entice, lead on, induce, wheedle, cajole, dupe

17

insidio, -are

lie in wait (rob/assault), lie in ambush

18

tendicula, -ae

snare, trap

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insons, insontis

guiltless, innocent

20

semita, -ae

path

21

fraus, fraudis

fraud, trickery (from fraudo, -dare)

22

increpatio, -ionis

rebuke, chiding, reproof

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correptio, -ionis

seizure/attack, onset (disease), reproof/rebuke/censure

24

perfruor, perfrui, perfructus sum

have full enjoyment of, enjoy

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corrumpo, -ere, corrupi, corruptus

spoil, rot, taint, contaminate

26

innitor, inniti, innisus sum

lean on, be supported by (+ abl)

27

umbilicus, -i

navel, middle, center (of country)

28

frux, fructis

crops (pl.) fruits, honest men

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abicio, -ere, abjeci, abiectus

throw/cast away/down/aside; abandon

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corripio, -ere, corrupui, correptus

seize, grasp, snatch up, sweep off

31

negotiatio, -ionis

business

32

ops, opis

power, might, influence

33

molior, moliri, molitus sum

struggle, labor, labor at

34

aemulo, -are

ape, imitate, emulate

35

deludo, -ere, delusi, delusus

decieve, dupe, play false sport

36

hactenus

as far as this, to this place (adv)

37

fido, -ere, fisus sum (semidep)

trust (in), have confidence (in) (w/ dat. or abl.)

38

metuo, -ere, metui, -

fear, be afraid, stand in fear of

39

nequitia, -ae

wickedness, idleness, negligence

40

tueor, tueri, tuitus sum

see, look at, protect

41

usurpo, -are

seize upon, usurp, use

42

exerceo, -ere, exercui, exercitus

exercise, train, drill

43

discrepo, -are

disagree, differ, vary, have differences (of opinion)

44

amussis, amussis

ruler, straight edge (tool), precision

45

deinceps

adv, in order, succession, turn, one after another

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orno, -are

equip, dress, decorate

47

elogium, -i

clause added to will, inscription

48

segrego, -are

remove, separate

49

colloco, -are

place, put, set in order, arrange, station

50

iuxta

adv: nearly, near

adj: + acc. near, very close to

51

sublimus, -a, -um

high, lofty, eminent

52

utpote

adv. as, in as much as, namely

53

modestia, -ae

restraint, temperateness

54

occultus, -a, -um

hidden, secret (in occulto = in secret)

55

haveo, -ere, -, -

hail! (only imp. or inf.)

greeting, leaving

w/ inf = desire, wish fore

56

compello, -are

address, accost, speak to, call upon

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intueor, intueri, intuitus sum

look at, consider, regard

58

precium, -i

price, reward

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prex, precis

prayer, request

60

existimo, -are

value, esteem, form, hold opinion

61

inculco, -are

force upon, impress, drive home

62

egenus, -a, -um

in want of, destitute of

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alioqui

adv. otherwise, in other respects, besides

64

quamobrem

conj. why, for what reason, on what account, on account of which

65

obtineo, -ere, obtinui, obtentus

get hold of, maintain, obtain

66

nimirum

adv. without doubt, evidently, forsooth

67

tracto, -are

draw, haul

68

traho, -ere, traxi, tractus

draw, haul, derive

69

invado, -ere, invasi, invasus

enter, attempt, invade, take possession of, attack (w/ in + acc.)

70

elatus, -a, -um

raised, reaching high level

71

effero, efferre, extuli, elatus

carry out, bring out

72

concedo, -ere, concessi, concessus

relinquish, give up, concede, depart, submit

73

excedo, -ere, excessi, excessus

pass, withdraw, exceed

74

sublevo, -are

lift up, raise, support

75

iuvo, -are

help, assist, aid, support

76

consenesco, -ere, consenui, -

grow old, grow old together

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destituo, -ere, distituti, destitutus

fix/set in position, make fast, leave destitute

78

inspecto, -are

look at, observe

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inspicio, -ere, inspexi, inspectus

examine, inspect, consider

80

nosco, -ere, novi, notus

get to know, learn, find out, become cognizant of

81

penuria, -ae

want, need, scarcity

82

tribuo, -ere, tribui, tributus

divide, assign, present, grant

83

seductio, -ionis

f. leading aside, separation

84

successio, -ionis

f. succession (to position/ownership + Gen.)

85

propago, -are

propagate, extend, enlarge

86

gigno, --ere, genui, genitus

give birth to, bring forth, bear, beget

87

posterus, -i

descendants, posterity

88

inclino, -are

bend, lower, incline, decay

89

morior, moriri, moritus sum

die, expire

90

incido, -ere, incidi, incasus

happen, fall into, fall in with

91

sector, sectari, sectatus sum

follow continually, pursue (with punishment)

92

negligo, -ere, neglixi, neglictus

disregard, neglect, ignore

93

pravitas, -atis

bad condition, viciousness, perverseness, depravity

94

praesens, -ntis

present, at hand, existing

95

labor, labi, lapsus sum

slip, slip and fall, slide

96

consentaneum, -i

concurrent circumstances (w/ est = it is fitting/reasonable/consistent)

97

statuo, -ere, statui, statutus

set up, establish, set, place

98

conservatio, -ionis

preservation, conservation, keeping (intact)

99

depravatio, -ionis

abnormality/deformity, deviation

100

exupero, -are

excel, overtop, surpass, overpower

101

transilio, -ire, transilui, -

jump across, leap over

102

perniciosus, -a, -um

destructive, dangerous

103

quotusquisque

how few (adv.)

104

demergo, -ere, demersi, demersus

submerge/sink, plunge/dip/immerse

105

aemulor, -ari, aemulatus sum

ape, imitate, emulate

106

rite

adv. duly, according to religious usage

107

exhibeo, -ere, exhibui, exhibitus

present, furnish, exhibit

108

nitor, niti, nisus sum

press/lean upon, struggle

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destruo, -ere, destruxi, destructus

demolish, pull/tear down, ruin

110

instruo, -ere, instruxi, instructus

construct, build, prepare, draw up

111

aufero, auferre, abstuli, ablatus

bear/carry/take away, remove

112

derelinquo, -ere, dereliqui, derelictus

leave behind/abandon, discard, forsake

113

pervado, -ere, pervasi, pervasus

go or come through, spread through

114

agnosco, -ere, agnovi, agnitus

recognize, realize, discern

115

expeto, -ere, expeti, expetitus

ask for, desire, aspire to, demand

116

perfungor, perfungi, perfunctus sum

perform, discharge, have done with (+ abl.)

117

debacchor, -ari, debacchatus sum

rage, rave (like Bacchantes)

118

concinnus, -a, -um

set in order, neatly arranged/made

119

cohaereo, -ere, cohaesi, cohaesus

stick, cling, hold, grow together

120

testor, -ari, testatus sum

give as evidence, bear witness

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lumbus, -i

loins