Combo with Caesar Vocab pages 1-4

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numerus, numeri
the number
ob
because of, on account of
obtineo, obtinere
to control, obtain
occulto, occultare
to hide, conceal
palam
openly
pareo, parere
to obey
patior, pati
to suffer, allow
paulo
by a little, a little
perdiscendo, peridscendere
to learn very well/thoroughly
pertineo, pertinere
to pertain, refer to, reach to
placo, placare
to appease, calm, placate
plebes, plebei
the common people, commons
plerique, pleraeque, pleraque
most, very many
potentia, potentiae
the power
praecedo, praecedere
to precede, surpass, go in front
praedico, praedicare
to declare publicly, to report
pro
in place of, for, on behalf of
pro(g)natus,a,um
born from, the child/son
procuro, procurare
to take care of, look after
proditus,a,um
handed over, betrayed
proelium, proelii
the battle
prohibeo, prohibere
to keep someone away, prohibit
propinquus,a,um
nearby, the relative
propterea
moreover, for this reason
propulso, propsulare
to drive back, repel
puerilis,is,e
childish, boyish
quaestionem habere
to have an investigation, inquiry
quaestus, quaestus
the gain, the acquisition
quanta...tanta...
as much...as
quispiam
any
quisque, cuiusque
each one
quotannis, quotannis, quotanne
every year, yearly
ratio, rationis
the reckoning, account, care, concern
religio, religionis
the religion, piety, religious matters (pl.)
reliquus,a,um
the remaining, rest
remitto, remittere
to send back, relax
reperio, reperire
to find, discover, invent
res divina
the worship of gods, religious matters
sceleratus,a,um
criminal, wicked
septentriones, septentrionum
the north (the seven oxen/Big Dipper)
idem, eadem, idem
the same, likewise
immanis,is,e
monstrous, huge
immolo, immolare
to sacrifice
immunitas, immunitatis
the immunity
impius, impii
wicked, impious
in primis
especially, particularly
in servilem modum
in the servile way/manner
incido, incidere
to fall upon, to happen
incolo, incolere
to live in, to inhabit
incommodus, incommodi
the inconvenience, trouble
inferior,ior,ius
lower
initium, initii
the beginning
inlustris,is,e
bright, clear, famous, distinguished
institutum, instituti
the custom, institution
institutus,a,um
established, carried out, performed
inter occasum solis
to the setting of the sun, to the west
interdico, interdicere
to forbid, prohibit
intereo, interire
to perish, die
intersum, interesse
to be in charge of, be among
ius, iuris
the right, law, authority
iustis funeribus confectis
when the funeral ritual had been done
iuventus, iuventutis
the youth, young people
latrocinium, latrocinii
the robbery
litterae, litterarum
the letter (pl.)
longissime
the farthest, by far, far off
mando, mandare
to entrust
mensis, mensis
the month
mercatura, mercaturae
the business, trade
militia, militiae
the military service
minime...saepe
least often
morbus, morbi
the illness, sickness
motus, motus
the movement, motion
mundus, mundi
the world
munus, muneris
the duty, obligation, burden, gift
natus,a,um
born, son/daughter
nex, necis
the slaughter, murder, death, killing
nisi
except, unless
nosco, noscere
to get to know
noxia
the crime
numen, numinis
the divinity, spirit
cultus, cultus
the culture, the civilization
cum
with, when, since, although
decedo, decedere
to leave, to depart, to die
decerno, decernere
to judge, decide, see
decretum, decreti
the decree, decision
dedo, dedere
to hand over, devote
depello, depellare
to drive off, to drive away
descendo, descendere
to stoop, to lower, to descend
deum
of th gods
devoveo, devovere
to vow, to dedicate
dico, dicare
to dedicate, consecrate, give up
diligo, diligere
to cherish, to be fond of
dimico, dimicare
to fight
disciplina, disciplinae
the education ,training
disputo, disputare
to examine, investiage
dos, dotis
the dowry
druides, druidum
the druids, priests, wizards
edisco, ediscere
to learn from
effemino, effeminare
to weaken, to make effeminate
equites, equitum
the horsemen, cavalry, knights
exanimo, exanimare
to knock unconscious
excello, excellere
to rise up, to excel
excrucio, excruciare
to torture
exstruo, exstruere
to build, construct
extremus,a,um
farthest, outermost
facinus, facinoris
the crime, bad deed
fas
lawful, right, proper, speakable
fere
almost, approximately, usually
ferunt
they say
finio, finire
to measure
finis, finis
the border, boundary, end
fructus, fructus
the fruit, the profit
funus, funeris
the funeral, death
furtum
the theft
genus, generis
the type, kind, family
gratia, gratiae
the influence
gratus,a,um
pleasing (to)
hereditas, hereditatis
the inheritance
honos, honoris
the esteem, honor
humanitas, humantitatis
the humanity, the refinement
accido, accidere
to happen
adhibeo, adhibere
to hold towards, to bring, to summon
administer, administri
the attendant, assistant
admodum
completely, entirely
adolesco, adolescere
to grow up, to become an adult
adsisto, adsistere
to stand nearby
aes alienum, aeris alieni
the debt
aestimatio, aestimationis
the assessment, accounting
aetas, aetatis
the age
ambactus, ambacti
the retainer (higher than cliens)
amplus,a,um
great, splendid, distinguished
appello, appellare
to call, name
arbitror, arbitrari
to judge
artificium, artificii
the craft, the skill
attingo, attingere
to touch, to reach, to extend up to
bona, bonorum
the goods, possessions
caelestis,is,e
heavenly, celestial
civitas, civitatis
the state, the city-state
colo, colere
to worship, to cultivate
commeo, commeare
to go back and forth
communico, communicare
to consult, to share, to meet in council
comperio, comperire
to find out, discover
comprehendo, comprehendere
to arrest, to grab, to apprehend
confero, conferre
to bring together, to gather
confido, confidere
to rely upon, to trust in
coniunctim
together, jointly
consecratus,aum
consecrated, sacred, made sacred
conspicor, conspicari
to catch sight of
consto, constare
to stand firm, to agree
contagio, contagionis
the contact
contendo, contendere
to struggle, to hurry, to stretch
contexo, contexere
to weave
continenter
continuously
contineo, continere
to hold together, contain
cor, cordis
the heart
cotidianus,a,um
daily
cruciatus, cruciatus
the torture