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First Catilinarian: Lesson 6 (Steadman)

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ā, ab, abs
(away) from, out of, 36*
addūcō, -ere, -duxī
to prompt, lead to, bring, 2
adeō
so far, to such a degree, even, in fact, 2
castra, -ōrum n.
camp, encampment, 5*
causa, ae f.
reason, cause; case
certus, -a, -um
definite, sure, certain, reliable, 3
collocō (1)
place together, arrange, set up
comprehendō, -ere, -dī
seize, arrest; grasp
contrā
opposite, facing (acc.); in response, 4
cotīdiē
daily, every day
crēdō, -ere, -didī, -ditum
believe, trust, 3
crēscō, -ere, crēvī, crētum
grow
crūdēlis, -e
cruel, severe, merciless, 2
down from, from, about, concerning (abl.), 11*
dēnique
at last, finally, 4
dux, ducis m../f.
leader, guide, chieftain, 2
Etrūria, -ae f.
Etruria
fateor, -ērī, fassus sum
admit, confess, 2
faucēs, -ium
throat, jaws, (mountain) pass
imperātor, -oris m.
commander, leader, 3
improbus, -a, -um
wicked, base, dishonest, 5*
intestīnus, -a, -um
internal, civil, inner
intrā
within, among (+ acc.), 1
inveniō, -īre, -vēnī, -ventum
come upon, find
Ītalia, -ae f.
Italy, 6*
iubeō, iubēre, iussī, iussum
order, command, 4
iūs, iūris n.
justice, law, right, 3
moenia, -ōrum n.
walls (of a city) 3
mōlior, -īrī, -ītus
set in motion, devise, stir, 2
nēmō
no one, 7*
nōndum
not yet, 3
numerus, -ī m.
number, multitude, 3
oportet
it is proper, fitting, necessary; ought, 3
perdō, -ere, perdidī, perditum
lose, ruin, destroy, 5*
perniciēs, -ēī f.
destruction, disaster, ruin, 4
populus, -ī m.
people, nation, 4
possum, posse, potuī
be able, can, avail, 19*
potius
rather (comparative adv.) 3
prīdem
long before, long ago, 4
quisquam, quidquam
anyone, anything; any, 3
Rōmānus, -a, -um
of Rome, Roman, 7*
sērius
rather late, later, too late (comp. sērō)
similis, -is
like, similar to (+ gen. or dat.), 2
singulus, -a, -um
single, separate, one at a time
tam
so, so much, so very, such, 14*
tum
then, at that time, 4
vereor, -ērī, -itus
be afraid, fear; revere, 3
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