37 terms

First Catilinarian: Lesson 24 (Steadman)

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calamitās, -itātis f.
loss, calamity, misfortune, 2
cēdō, -ere, cessī, cessum
move away, withdraw, yield (dat)
cōgitō (1)
to think, ponder, consider; plan, 4
commoveō, -ēre, -mōvī, mōtum
trouble, upset, 3
corrigō, -ere, -rēxī, -rēctum
refort, correct
deus, -ī m.
god, divinity, deity, 4
dō, dare, dedī, datum
give; grant, allow, 3
dummodo
provided only, provided that
frangō, -ere, frēgī, frāctus
break, shatter
fuga, -ae f.
flight, haste, exile, speed, 2
immortālis, -e
immortal, 4
impendeō, -ēre
hang over, threaten, 4
indūcō, -ere, -dūxī, -ductum
bring or lead into
invidia, -ae f.
envy, hatred, ill-will, 11*
lēx, -lēgis f.
law, regulation, decree, 3
meditor, -ārī, -ātus sum
reflect, think, consider2
memoria, -ae. f.
memory, 2
minus
less, 2
perterreō, -ēre
frighten, terrify
pertimēscō, -ere, -timuī
become very fearful, 3
poena, poenae, f.
punishment, 3
posteritās, posteritātis f.
posterity, future, 3
postulō (1)
demand, request, ask, 2
praesēns, -ntis
present, instant
pudor, -oris m.
sense of shame, modesty
quantus, -a, -um
how great, much, or many, 2
ratiō, ratiōnis, f.
account, reason, way, 2
recēns, -ntis
fresh, recent
revocō (1)
recall, call back,
sēiungō, -ere, -iūnxī, -iūnctum
separate, sever
tametsi
and yet, although; even if
tempestās, -tātis f.
tempest, storm
turpitūdō, -dinis f.
disgrace, shame, dishonor, 3
ūllus, -a, -um
any, some, 4
umquam
ever, 2
utinam
would that...
vitium, -iī n.
vice, fault, defect, 2
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