28 terms

First Catilinarian: Lesson 16 (Steadman)

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alius, -a, -ud
other, another, else
cīvitās. cīvitātis, f.
state, citizenship, 3
cumulō (1)
heap up,
difficultās, -tātis f.
touble, difficulty
domesticus, -a, -um
domestic, of the home, 2
exstō, -āre, -stitī
stand out, arise, exist, 2
facilis, -e
easy, 2
facinus, facinoris n.
(bad) deed, action; crime, 4
fortūna, -ae f.
fortune, chance, luck, 5*
Īdūs, -uum
Ides
īgnōminia, -ae f.
disgrace, shame, dishonor
immānitās, -tātis f.
enormity, monstrousness,
impendeō, -ēre
hang over, threaten (dat) 4
incrēdibilis, -e
unbelieveable, 3
-ne
(introducing a yes/no question), 9*
novus, -a, -um
new, recent, novel, strange, 2
nūper
recently, lately, newly
nūptiae, -ārum
wedding, marriage
pertineō, -ēre, -tinuī
to stretch out, reach
praetermittō, -ere, -mīsī
pass over, let go past, 2
proximus, -a, -um
nearest, 3
ruīna, -ae f.
ruin, downfall
sileō, -ēre, -uī
be silent, keep silent
turpitūdō, -dinis f.
disgrace, shame, dishonor, 3
uxor, ūxōris f.
wife, spouse
vacuēfaciō, -ere, -fēcī, -factum
make empty, 2
vindicō (1)
avenge, punish, protect, vindicate, 3
vitium, -iī n.
vice, fault, defect, 2
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