33 terms

First Catilinarian: Lesson 34 (Steadman)

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circumstō (1)
stand around, surround, 2
comparō (1)
prepare, get ready, provide
congregō (1)
gather together, assemble
cōnsēnsiō, -īonis f.
agreement, harmony
Cūria, -ae f.
Curia, Senate-house
dēnique
at last, finally, 4
dēsinō, -ere, dēsiī, dēsitum
cease, leave off, 2
diligentia, -ae f.
diligence, attentiveness, 3
eques, equitis m.
equestrian, 3
fax, facis f.
torch, firebrand, 2
frōns, frontis f.
forehead, brow, front
gladius, -ī m.
sword
illūstrō (1)
light up, make clear, reveal, 2
īnflammō (1)
set on fire, kindle, burn
īnscrībō, -ere, -scrīpsī, -scrīptum
write on
īnsidior, -ārī, -ātus sum
plot against, lie in
wait for, ambush (dat) 3
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locus, -ī m.
place, situation; opportunity, 2
malleolus, -ī m.
fire-darts (projectiles)
mūrus, -ī m.
(city) wall, rampart, 2
obsideō, -ēre, -sēdī, -sessum
besiege, beset, 3
opprimō, -ere, -pressī, -pressum
check, overpower, 3
patefaciō, -ere, -fēcī, -factum
open, disclose
polliceor, -cērī, -citus
promise, offer, 2
praetor, -ōris m.
praetor, 3
profectiō, -iōnis f.
departure, setting out
quisque, quaeque, quidque
each one, every, 3
sēcēdō, -ere, -cessī, -cessum
go away, withdraw
sēcernō, -ere, -crēvī, -crētum
separate, set apart, distinguish, 3
tribūnal, -ālis f.
platform, tribunal
urbānus, -a, -um
urban, of the city
vindicō (1)
avenge, punish, protect, vindicate, 3
virtūs, -ūtis f.
valor, manhood, excellence, 3
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