29 terms

First Catilinarian: Lesson 31 (Steadman)

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certus, -a, -um
definite, sure, certain, reliable, 3
clārus, -a, -um
clear, famous, bright, loud, 3
complūres n.
many, several, 2
contāminō (1)
contaminate, defile, disgrace
dō, dare, dedī, datum
give; grant, allow, 3
etenim
for truly, and indeed, 4
Flaccus, -ī m.
Flaccus
gladiātor, -ōris m.
gladiator
glōria, -ae, f.
glory, fame, 2
Gracchus, -ī m.
Tiberius or Gaius Gracchus, 3
honestō (1)
honor, ennoble, glorify
hora, -ae f.
hour
impendeō, -ēre
hang over, threaten, 4
iūdicō (1)
judge, decide, assess, investigate, 3
maximē
especially, in particular, exceedingly
multō (1)
punish, 2
pariō, ere, peperī, partum
bring forth, beget, 2
parricīda, -ae f.
murderer; parricide, traitor
paucī, -ae, -a
little, few, scanty
posteritās, posteritātis f.
posterity, future, 3
redundō (1)
overflow, flow back
respondeō, -ēre, -dī, -ōnsus
say in response, 1
sānctus, -a, -um
sacred, holy, 2
sanguis, -inis m.
blood, bloodshed
Sāturnīnus, -ī m.
Saturninus, 2
semper
always, ever, forever
ūsūra, -ae f.
use, practice
vereor, -ērī, -itus
be afraid, fear; revere, 3
virtūs, -ūtis f.
valor, manhood, excellence, 3
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