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Latin III vocab test

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senatus decreto
by decree of the senate
praetor, praetoris
judge
ager, agri
territory
comararent
to acquire, make ready
ad hoc
in addition to this
si quis
if anyone
indicare
to tattle
praemium
reward
decernere
to decree
libertas
freedom
Item
likewise
Ceteri, certerae, cetera
the rest of
vigiliae
watch
praeesse
to be in charge of (Dative case)
permovere
to alarm
facies urbis mutata erat
the appearance of the city had been changed
laetitia
happiness
lascivia
playfullness
quies
rest, peace
pario, parere, peperi, partus, a, um
produce or give birth
repente
suddenly
tristitia
sadness
invadere
to sieze
festinare
to hurry
quisque, quidque
anyone or anything
credere
to trust (dative case)
gerebant bellum neque
they neither waged war
metus
fear
metire
to measure
oppugnare
to attack
mulier
woman
insolitus
unusual
supplex
supplant
tendere
to hold out
rogitare
to keep asking
miserari
to pity
pavere
to fear
superbia
arrogance
delicia
pleasure
defidere
to lose confidence in, to not trust
eadam
the same things
tametsi
as if
praesidium
garrison
postremo
finally
dissumulare
to disguise or pretend
expergare
to purge
sicut
as if
lacessire
to challenge
orationem habere
to deliver a speach
luculentus, a, um
brilliant
edere
to publish