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First Catilinarian: Lesson 14 (Steadman)

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apertē
openly, plainly, clearly, 2
audeō, -ēre, ausus sum
dare, venture, 4
comes, comitis m.
companion, comrade
commūnis, -e
common
coniūrātus, -ī m.
conspirator
cōnsulō, -ere, -uī, -tum
consult, ask (for advice)
deus, -ī m.
god, divinity, deity, 4
disciplīna, -ae f.
training, instruction
dubitō (1)
waver, hestitate, be in doubt, 3
dūdum
a short time ago, a little while ago
exeō, -īre, -iī (īvī), -itus
go out, 4
exhauriō, -īre, -hausī, -haustum
drain off, draw
exitium, -iī n.
ruin, destruction, 3
exsilium, -iī n.
banishment, exile, 7*
hortor, hortārī, hortātus sum
encourage, urge
immortālis, -e
immortal, 4
imperium, -ī n.
command, order, power, 3
imperō (1)
order, command, 2
interrogō (1)
ask, question, interrogate
iubeō, iubēre, iussī, iussum
order, command, 4
lēnis, -e
soft, smooth, mild, gentle
nam
for, 2
nōndum
not yet, 3
perniciōsus, -a, -um
destructive, ruinous, 4
petō, petere, petīvī, petītum
to seek, aim at, 2
prīmus -a -um
first, foremost, most excellent,
proprius, -a, -um
peculiar, characteristic of (gen)
quoniam
since, inasmuch as
reliquus, -a, um
remaining, the rest, 2
resideō, -ēre, -sēdī
remain (behind), stay, 2
sentīna, -ae f.
dregs; scum, bilge- or waste-water
sevēritās, -tātis f.
severity, sternness, 2
sīn
but if, if, however, 3
sponte
willingly, voluntarily
suādeō, -ēre, suāsī, suāsum
persuade, urge
tēctum, -ī n.
house, building, shelter; roof, 3
templum, -ī n.
temple, 3
tōtus -a, -um
whole, entire, 3
ūniversus, -a, -um
all together, entire, whole
ūtilis, -e
useful, effective
vāstitās, -tātis f.
devastation, ruin
vīta, -ae, f.
life, 9*
vōcō (1)
call, name, address, summon
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