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Flashcards in Section 5A(i) Curius, Fulvia, and Cicero Deck (16):
1

arma ōrum n. pl.

arms; armed men

2

coniūrātiō coniūrātionis f.

conspiracy

3

coniūrātor coniūrātōris m.

conspirator

4

cōnsulātus ūs m.

consulship

5

mōns montis m.

mountain

6

grātus a um

pleasing to x (in dat.)

7

uetus ueteris (declines like dīues, 47)

old; long-established

8

agitō (1)

stir up, incite (agō + it)

9

efficiō, efficere, effēcī, effectus

bring about (often w. ut + subj.); cause, make; complete

10

īnsum inesse īnfuī

be in x (dat.)

11

mandō (1)

entrust (x acc. to Y dat.)

12

moueō, mouēre, mōuī, mōtus

remove X (acc.) from Y (abl.) (move, cause, begin)

13

nārrō (1)

tell, relate (x acc. to Y dat.)

14

adeō

to such an extent

15

in prīmīs

especially

16

quamuīs

however, ever such a (qualifying an adj.; cf. quamuīs + subj. ‘although’)

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