32 terms

First Catilinarian: Lesson 25 (Steadman)

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aliēnus, -a, -um
of another, foreign
bellum, -ī, n.
war, 6*
concitō (1)
stir up, arouse, excite, 2
cōnferō, -ferre
bring (together); defer, postpone 3
cōnflō (1)
kindle, arouse, blow up, 2
ēgredior, -ī, -gressus
go out, disembark, 3
ēiciō, -ere, ēiēcī, ēiectum
cast or throw out, 2
exsultō (1)
jump up, spring up; exult, 2
glōria, -ae, f.
glory, fame, 2
impius, -a, -um
undutiful, disloyal, impious, 3
importūnus, -a, -um
unfit, grievous, dangerous
inferō, -ferre, -tulī, -lātus
bring (into), wage, 2
inimīcus, -a, -um
rival, hostile, unfriendly, 2
invītō (1)
to invite, 2
iussū
by order, at the command, 3
latrōcinium, -iī m.
highway robbery, banditry, 3
laus, laudis f.
praise, glory, merit
mālō, mālle, māluī (magis vōlō)
prefer, wish, 2
Mānlius, -iī m.
Manlius, Gaius Manlius, 3
mōlēs, -is f.
mass, weight, load, burden
ob
on account of (acc.), 2
pergō, -ere, -rēxī, -rēctum
continue, keep on, proceed, 2
praedicō (1)
proclaim, publish, declare, 2
rēctā
straightway, straight, directly
scelerātus, -a, -um
wicked, criminal, vicious, 3
sēcernō, -ere, -crēvī, -crētum
separate, set apart, distinguish, 3
sermō, -ōnis n.
conversation, discourse, speech
serviō, -īre, -īvī
to serve, be of service to (dat)
sīn
but if, if, however, 3
sustineō, -ēre, -uī
hold up, support, sustain, 1
vīs, (vīs), f.
force, power, violence, 4
vix
with difficulty, with effort, scarcely, 3
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