64 terms

Caesar DBG Frequency Set 3

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ita
adv.: so, thus, in this way; as follows
nōn ita
not so very, not very
ita ... ut
so ... that (the result is/was...)
iter, itineris, n.
route, road; march
iter facere
march, travel
iubeō, iubēre, iussī, iussum
order, command, enjoin, bid
lēgātus, -ī, m.
ambassador, enjoy, legate; lieutenant
legiō, -ōnis, f.
a legion
littera, -ae, f.
a letter of the alphabet; pl.: letters; letter, written message
locus, -ī, m. (pl. loca, -ōrum, n.)
place, position, situation; topic; condition, state; rank, family; opportunity
longē
adv.: far, far away, distant
longē lātēque
far and wide
longus, -a, -um
adj.: distand, long; of long duration; tedious
magnus, -a, -um
adj.: large, big, great, much; important, extensive; loud (voice); high (tide)
magnī (gen. sg. n.)
of great importance
māior, maius; maximus
larger, bigger, greater, older; largest, biggest, greatest
maiōrēs natū
elders, old men
maiōrēs
ancestor
manus, -ūs, f.
hand; an armed force, troop, band, gang, company
manū
by hand, by art
mīles, -itis, m.
soldier; infantry
mīlle
indecl. num. adj.: a thousand
mīlia, -ium, n.pl.
thousands (usually w. part. gen.)
mīlia passuum
thousands of paces, miles
minus
adv. comp.: less; not at all, too little
mittō, mittere, mīsī, missum
send, send off, dismiss, let go, dispatch; hurl
mors, -tis, f.
death
multitūdō, -inis, f.
a great number, multitude; the common people
multus, -a, -um
adj.: much, great; pl.: many; w. abl. of tim: late; as noun: many persons or things;
plūs, plūris
comp. adj.: more; pl.: more, several, many
plūrimus, -a, -um
super. adj.: most, pl.: very many
nam
conj.: for
nāvis, -is, f.
ship, boat
nāvis longa
warship
nāvis onerāria
transport ship
conj. w. subjunctive: that ... not, so that ... not, in order that ... not, lest; after verbs of fearing: that, lest; adv.: not
nē ... quidem
not even
-ne
interrog.: in direct questions, simply the sign of a question; in indirect questions, whether
-ne ... -ne, -ne ... an, -utrum ... -ne
whether ... or
nec, neque
conj.: and not, not, nor; but not
neque ... neque
neither ... nor
nihil, n.
indecl. noun: nothing; (w. gen.) no, none of; (acc. as adv.) not, not at all, by no means
noctū
adv.: by night, at night
nōn
adv.: not; no
noster, -tra, -trum
poss. adj.: our, ours, our own; pl.: our men, our troops
nox, noctis, f.
night
media nox
middle of the night, midnight
multā nocte
late at night
nūllus, -a, -um (gen. nūllīus)
adj.: not any, no; as noun: no one, none;
nōn nūllus
some, pl.: some, some persons
numerus, -ī, m.
number, quantity, amount; account
omnis, -e
adj.: all, every, all the, every kind of, the whole, as a whole; m.pl.: all, every one; all the rest; n. pl.: all possessions or goods
oppugnātiō, -ōnis, f.
a storming, siege, assault; plan of attack
ōrdō, -inis, m.
row; rank, line of soldiers; arrangement, order
pars, -tis, f.
part, share; (political) faction; direction, side, place; district, area
passus, -ūs, m.
a pace, step, stride, five Roman feet (U.S. 4' 10.25")
mīlle passūs/passuum
a Roman mile (4,857' US)
per
prep. w. acc.: through, throughout; by means of, through the agency of, on account of, through the efforts of
per sē
of their own accord, on their own responsibility; (sometimes with intensive force) in itself, themselves
perīculum, -ī, n.
trial, test, attempt; risk, danger, peril
persuādeō, -suādēre, -suāsī, -suāsum
convince, persuade, prevail upon
pertineō, -tinēre, -tinuī, -tentum
extend; pertain, have reference to, concern; tend, aim at
eōdem pertinēre
tend to the same purpose or result, amount to the same thing
perveniō, -venīre, -vēnī, -ventum
come to, arrive at, reach; of property: fall, revert