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First Catilinarian: Lesson 5 (Steadman)

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aciēs, -ēī f.
sharp edge, battle line, army
at
but; mind you; but, you say, 5*
clēmēns, -entis
mild, gentle, kind
condemnō (1)
condemn, convict
cōnfēstim
immediately
cōnfirmō (1)
make strong, confirm, strengthen, 2
conscriptus, -a, -um
conscripted, enrolled, 6*
cōnsultum, -ī n.
resolution, 3
conveniō, -īre, -vēnī
come together; it is agreed 2
cupiō, -ere, -īvī, -ītum
desire, long for, 3
dēponō, -ere, -posuī, -positum
put down
dissolūtus, -a, -um
lax, remiss, negligent
ego
I, 55*
enim
(yes) for, (yes) indeed, (postpositive) 8*
ex, ē
out from, from, out of (+ abl.), 10*
hebēscō, -ere
grow blunt, grow dull
inclūdō, -ere, -sī, inclūsum
inclose, shut in 2
inertia, -ae f.
idleness, inertia, neglect, 2
ipse, ipsa, ipsum
-self; the very, 10*
is, ea, id
this, that; he, she, it, 25*
modus, ī m.
manner, king, way, mode, 3
nēquitia, -ae f.
worthlessness, badness, 2
patior, -ī, passus sum
suffer, allow, endure, 6*
perīculum, -ī n.
risk, danger, peril, 7*
recondō, -ere, -didī, -ditum
hide, conceal
sed
but, moreover, however, 19*
tabula, -ae f.
tablet (of law), tablet, table
tamquam
as if, so as, as it were
tantus, -a, -um
so great, so much, so large, 12*
vāgīna, -ae f.
sheath, scabbard
vīcēsimus, -a, -um
twentieth
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