25 terms

First Catilinarian: Lesson 15 (Steadman)

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absum, -esse, āfuī
to be away, be absent, 2
adulēscentulus, -ī m.
very young man
aut
or (aut...aut - either...or), 14*
corpus, corporis, n.
body, 3
corruptēla, -ae f.
corruption, seduction, temptation
dēdecus, -oris n.
disgrace, dishonor, shame
dēlectō (1)
delight, please, charm
domesticus, -a, -um
domestic, of the home, 2
extrā
outside; beyond, outside of (acc.)
facinus, facinoris n.
(bad) deed, action; crime, 4
fāma, -ae f.
rumor, story, reputation, report
fax, facis f.
torch, firebrand, 2
ferrum, -ī n.
iron; sword, weapon, tool, 2
flāgitium, -iī n.
shameful deed, disgrace, 2
haereō, -ēre, haesī
cling, stick
illecebra, -ae f.
charm, enticement
inūrō, -ere, -ūssī, -ūstum
burn in, brand, curl
irrētiō, -īre, -īvī, -ītum
ensnare, entrap
libīdō, -inis f.
lust, pleasure, desire, passion, 2
metuō, -ere, -uī
dread, fear, be afraid, 4
nōta, -ae f.
mark, note, sign, 1
ōdī, -isse
hate, 3
praeferō, -ferre, -tulī, -lātum
offer, carry before
tōtus -a, -um
whole, entire, 3
turpitūdō, -dinis f.
disgrace, shame, dishonor, 3
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