36 terms

First Catilinarian: Lesson 27 (Steadman)

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afferō, -ferre, attulī, allātum
bring (to), add
aliquandō
sometime, at some time, 3
āmentia, -ae f.
mindlessness, madness, folly, 2
audiō, audīre, -ivī, -ītum
to hear, listen to, 2
baccor, -ī, -ātus sum
revel, exult
cōnflō (1)
melt, fuse, blow together (as metal)
cupiditās, -tātis f.
desire, passion, eagerness
concupiscō, -ere, -cupīvī
desire eagerly, covet
dērelinquō, -ere, -quī
forsake, abandon, desert
dolor, -ōris m.
pain, grief, anger, passion
effrēnātus, -a, -um
unbridled, unrestrained, 2
exerceō, -ēre, -uī, -itum
train, practice, exercise
exsultō (1)
jump up, spring up; exult, 2
furiōsus, -a, -um
full of madness or raving
gaudium, -ī n.
joy, gladness
hīc
here, 4
incrēdibilis, -e
unbelieveable, 3
laetitia, -ae f.
gladness, joy, delight
nancīscor, nancīscī, nactus
attain, obtain, meet
natūra, -ae. f.
nature
nisi
if not, unless 3
numerus, -ī m.
number, multitude, 3
numquam
never, 2
ōtium, -iī n.
leisure, peace
pariō, ere, peperī, partum
bring forth, beget, 2
perfruor, -fruī, -frūctus
enjoy (abl) thoroughly
prīdem
long before, long ago, 4
quantus, -a, -um
how great, much, or many, 2
quidem
indeed, in fact, assuredly, certainly, 2
quisquam, quidquam
anyone, anything; any, 3
quondam
formerly, once, 3
rapiō, -īre, rapuī, raptum
seize, carry off
servō (1)
save, keep, protect, preserve
spēs, -ēī f.
hope, expectation, 2
voluntās, -tātis f.
will, free-will, wish, choice, 2
voluptās, -tātis f.
pleasure, delight, enjoyment, 2
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