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First Catilinarian: Lesson 18 (Steadman)

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adventus, -ūs m.
arrival, approach
aliquandō
sometimes, at some time, 3
amīcus, -ī m.
friend, 2
animus, -ī m.
spirit, soul, breath, courage, 5*
assidō, -ere, -sēdī
take a seat, sit down, be seated
cāsus, -ūs m.
misfortune, chance; accident, event
constituō, -ere, -uī, -ūtus
decide, establish, 4
cōnsulāris, -e
consular, of a consul, 3
contingō, -ere, -tigī, -tāctus
touch, befall
contumēlia, -ae f.
insult, abuse, reproach
corpus, corporis, n.
body, 3
dēbeō, dēbēre, dēbuī, dēbitum
to ought, owe, 6*
dēfīgō, -ere, -fīxī, -fīxum
fix, fasten down
dēvoveō, -ere, -vōvī, -vōtum
vow, consecrate
ēlābor, ēlābī, ēlāpsus sum
slip off or away
eō, īre, īvī, itum
to go, come, 5*
excidō, -ere, excidī
fall out, slip out from
frequentia, -ae f.
multitude, crowd, 2
inānis, is
empty; vain, groundless
initiō (1)
initiate, begin, consecrate
iūdicium, -iī n.
judgment, trial, sentence 2
loquor, -ī, locūtus
speak, say, 6*
memoria, -ae. f.
memory, 2
misercordia, -ae f.
pity, compassion, sympathy
necessārius, ī m.
connections; relations
necessis, -e
necessary
nesciō, -īre, -īvī
not know, be ignorant, 3
nūdus, -a, -um
nude, bare
odium, -iī n.
hatred, loathing, 2
opprimō, -ere, -pressī, -pressum
check, overpower, 3
pars, partis, f.
part, share, 3
paulus, -a, -um
little, small, 4
permoveō, -ēre
to move deeply, stir, agitate
persaepe
very often, 2
post
after, behind (+ acc.); afterward, next
putō (1)
to think, imagine, 5*
quidem
indeed, in fact, assuredly, certainly, 2
quotiēns
how often?, 4
relinquō, -ere, -līquī, -lictum
to leave behind, abandon, 4
sacer, sacra, sacrum
sacred; n. pl. sacred rites
salūtō (1)
greet, salute, pay respects to, 2
sīc
thus, in this way, 3
simul
at the same time, at once
subsellium, -iī n.
seat, bench, 2
taciturnitās, -tātis f.
silence
tot
so many
vacuēfaciō, -ere, -fēcī, -factum
make empty, 2
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