45 terms

First Catilinarian: Lesson 19 (Steadman)

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agnōscō, -ere, agnōvī
recognize, acknowledge
aliquandō
sometimes, at some time, 3
aliquō
(to) somewhere
arbitror, -ārī, arbitrātus sum
to judge, think, 2
aspectus, -ūs m.
sight, look
careō, -ēre, caruī
lack, be without (+ abl.), 2
cōgitō (1)
to think, ponder, consider; plan, 4
commūnis, -e
common
concēdō, -ere
go away, withdraw, retire, yield
cōnscientia, -ae f.
conciousness, knowledge
conspiciō, -ere, -spexī, -spectus
see, behold
dubitō (1)
waver, hestitate, be in doubt, 3
īnfēstus, -a, -um
hostile, dangerous, 2
iniūria, -ae f.
wrong, insult, injustice
iūdicium, -iī n.
judgment, trial, sentence 2
iūdicō (1)
judge, decide, assess, investigate, 3
iūstus, -a -um
just, fair, right(eous), 3
mālō, mālle, māluī (magis vōlō)
prefer, wish, 2
Mēhercule
By Hercules! (an exclamation)
metuō, -ere, -uī
dread, fear, be afraid, 4
nec
and not, nor, 3
nisi
if not, unless 3
ōdī, -isse
hate, 3
odium, -iī n.
hatred, loathing, 2
offendō, -ere, -dī, offensum
offend, taunt, strike
opīnor, -ārī, opīnātus
to suppose, believe, think
pactum, -ī n.
pact, agreement, 2
parēns, -ntis m/f
parent, 2
parricīdium, -iī n.
parricide, murder, treason, 2
patria, -ae f.
fatherland, country, 6*
pertimēscō, -ere, -timuī
become very fearful, 3
plācō (1)
to appease, reconcile, calm, 1
praesentia, -ae f.
presence
ratiō, ratiōnis, f.
account, reason, way, 2
relinquō, -ere, -līquī, -lictum
to leave behind, abandon, 4
sēnsus, -ūs m.
feeling, perception, sensation
sequor, -ī, secūtus
follow, attend, accompany
servus, -ī, m.
slave, 2
suspiciō, -ere, -spēxī, -spectus
suspect, look upon
timeō, -ēre, -uī
fear, dread, 4
ūllus, -a, -um
any, 4
vereor, -ērī, -itus
be afraid, fear; revere, 3
vīs, (vīs), f.
force, power, violence, 4
vītō (1)
avoid, evade, shun, 4
vulnerō (1)
wound, injure, 2
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