38 terms

First Catilinarian: Lesson 23 (Steadman)

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addūcō, -ere, -duxī
to prompt, lead to, bring, 2
adulescens, -ntis m./f.
youth, young
cārus, -a, -um
dear, precious, costly, 2
cēterī, -ae, -a
the remaining, the rest, the others 4
circumstō (1)
stand around, surround, 2
clāmō (1)
call, cry, shout
contineō, -ēre, -nuī, -tentum
hold together, 3
dēcernō, -ere, -crēvī, -crētum
decide, resolve, 3
eques, equitis m.
equestrian, 3
exaudiō, -īre, -īvī, -ītum
hear clearly, hear
facilis, -e
easy, 2
frequentia, -ae f.
multitude, crowd, 2
honestus, -a, -um
honorable, respectable, noble
inferō, -ferre, -tulī, -lātus
bring (into), wage, 2
iūs, iūris n.
justice, law, right, 3
Mārcellus, -ī m.
Marcellus
paulus, -a, -um
little, small, 4
percipiō, -ere, -cēpī, -ceptum
perceive; seize, 2
porta, -ae f.
gate, city gate, 2
prīdem
long before, long ago, 4
probō (1)
approve, esteem, commend, 1
prōsequor, -quī, prōsecūtus
escort, accompany
Publius (P.), -iī m.
Publius, 2
quiēscō, -ere, -quiēvī
keep quiet, be still, rest
relinquō, -ere, -līquī, -lictum
to leave behind, abandon, 4
Sēstius, -iī m.
Sestius
studeō, -ēre, uī
be eager, strive for, 2
studium, -ī n.
enthustiasm, zeal, desire, pursuit, 2
taceō, -ēre, -uī, -itum
be silent, say nothing, 3
tēlum, -ī n.
weapon, projective, arrow, spear, 3
templum, -ī n.
temple, 3
ūsque
all the way, continuously, as far as, 2
vāstō (1)
lay waste, destroy, devastate, 3
vidēlicet
of course (vidēre licet: 'you may see') 2
vīlis, -e
cheap, common, worthless
vīs, (vīs), f.
force, power, violence, 4
vix
with difficulty, with effort, scarcely, 3
vōcō (1)
call, name, address, summon
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