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Caesar Vocabulary (5+ times)

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animadverto
to notice, observe
appello
to address; call, name
autem
however, moreover
casus
accident, chance, misfortune
celeritas
speed, rapidity, haste
colloco
to arrange, set in order, station
colloquor
to speak with, converse
complures
several
comprehendo
to catch, grasp, arrest
confirmo
to strengthen
conicio
to throw together
conspicio
to catch sight of
consuetudo
habit, practice, custom
demonstro
to show, point out
deus
god
disciplina
teaching, discipline, instruction
efficio
to bring about, cause, accomplish
egredior
to go out
equitatus
cavalry
etsi
even if, although
facultas
opportunity
fero
to bear, carry
filius
son
fio
to become, happen
incito
to incite, enrage, urge on
interim
meanwhile
intermitto
omit, interrupt, stop
licet (+inf.)
it is permitted/allowed
longe
far, by far
magnitudo
size
maxime
very greatly; especially
nuntius
messenger
oppugnatio
assault, attack, seige
paulum
a little
permoveo
to stir up, move deeply
plerumque
mostly, generally
praemium
reward, gift, prize
praesto
to surpass, excel
privatus
private, ordinary
profectio
departure
ratio
reckoning, account; reason
res publica
state, government
subito
suddenly
subsidium
help; reinforcement
ullus
any
unā
together
undique
from all sides, everywhere
vita
life