37 terms

First Catilinarian: Lesson 9 (Steadman)

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ācer, ācris, ācre
sharp, fierce, harsh, bitter, 2
āmentia, -ae f.
mindlessness, madness, folly, 2
audeō, -ēre, ausus sum
dare, venture, 4
audiō, audīre, -ivī, -ītum
to hear, listen to, 2
cōgitō (1)
to think, ponder, consider; plan, 4
colōnia, -ae f.
colony
complūres n.
many, several, 2
confīdō, -ere
trust, believe firmly, rely upon, 2
conveniō, -īre, -vēnī
come together; it is agreed 2
convincō, -ere, -vīcī, -victum
refute; overcome
cūstōdia, -ae f.
guard, sentinel, custody, 3
falcārius, -ī m.
sickle-maker, scythe-maker
hīc
here, 4
impetus, -ūs m.
attack, onset, assault
inter
between, among (+ acc.), 3
iussū
by order, at the command, 3
Laeca, -ae m.
Laeca, 2
mōlior, -īrī, -ītus
set in motion, devise, stir, 2
multō (1)
punish, 2
muniō, -īre, -īvī (iī), -ītus
fortify, 1
negō (1)
deny, say no, refuse, 2
nocturnus, -a, -um
nocturnal, by night, 2
Novembris, -e
November (add mensis), 4
obscūrē
darkly, secretly, not clearly
occupō (1)
seize, take possession of, win
perniciēs, -ēī f.
destruction, disaster, ruin, 4
plānē
plainly, clearly, quite, very
Praeneste, is n.
Praeneste
prior, -ius
former, earlier, first
recōgnōscō, -ere, -nōvī, -gnitum
review, recall 2
salūs, -ūtis f.
safety, security, health, 6*
scelus, -eris n.
wickedness, villainy, crime, 11*
socius, -ī m.
ally, companion, comrade, 3
taceō, -ēre, -uī, -itum
be silent, say nothing, 3
ūnā
together, at the same time
vigilia, -ae f.
watch (one of 4 periods at night), 2
vigilō (1)
watch, keep awake, be watchful, 2
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