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First Catilinarian: Lesson 33 (Steadman)

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aeger, -gra, -grum
sick, weary
aestus, -ūs m.
heat
affictō, -āre, -āvī, -ātum
afflict, damage
aqua, -ae f.
water
bibō, -ere, bibī
drink
brevis, -e
short, 2
cōnsulātus, -ūs m.
office of consul, consulship 2
cūra, -ae, f.
care, attention, caution, anxiety, 2
deinde
then
ērumpō, -ere, -rūpī, -mptum
burst, break out, 2
etenim
for truly, and indeed, 4
febris, -is f.
fever
fortasse
perhaps, perchance
gelidus, -a, -um
cold, cool
iactō (1)
toss, buffet; vaunt, boast, 2
inclūdō, -ere, -sī, inclūsum
inclose, shut in 2
ingravēscō, -ere
grow heavy, become worse
insidiae, -ārum, f.
ambush, plot, treachery
latrōcinium, -iī m.
highway robbery, banditry, 3
mātūritās, -tātis f.
maturity. ripeness
morbus, -ī m.
disease, sickness, illness, 2
multō (1)
punish, 2
nesciō, -īre, -īvī
not know, be ignorant, 3
pactum, -ī n.
pact, agreement, 2
penitus
within, inwardly, deeply
poena, poenae, f.
punishment, 3
prīmō
at first (adv.)
relevō (1)
relieve, loosen, lighten, 3
reliquus, -a, um
remaining, the rest, 2
resideō, -ēre, -sēdī
remain (behind), stay, 2
sīc
thus, in this way, 3
tollō, tollere, sustulī, sublātum
to raise, lift up
vehemēns, -entis
violent, vehement, strong, 4
versōr, -ārī, -ātus sum
be engaged in, live, 2
vetus, -eris
old, former, ancient
vīscus, vīsceris n.
entrails, vitals, viscera
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