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  1. FULL LATIN
    "ENGLISH
  2. DICTIONARY"
  3. aestas ; aestatis ;
    summer
  4. auxilium ; auxilii ; n.
    help - succor
  5. bellum ; belli ; n.
    war - warfare
  6. Britannia ; Britanniae ;
    Britain
  7. Britanni ; Britannorum ; m. pl.
    the Britons
  8. Caesar ; Caesaris ; m.
    Caesar
  9. exiguus ; exigua ; exiguum
    small - little
  10. fere
    about - nearly - almost -
  11. Gallicus ; Gallica ; Gallicum
    Gallic
  12. hostis ; hostis ; m.
    enemy
  13. ignotus ; ignota ; ignotum
    not known - unknown
  14. in
    into - for - against (+acc) -
  15. in ;
    on - at - upon (+abl)
  16. jam
    already - now
  17. noster ; nostra ; nostrum
    our - our men (m. pl.)
  18. omnis ; omne
    all - every
  19. pars ; partis ;
    part - side
  20. proficiscor ; proficisci ; profectus sum
    I set out
  21. reliquus ; reliqua ; reliquum
    left - remaining
  22. statuo; statuere ; statui ; statutum
    I decide - I determine
  23. subministro; subministrare ;
    I supply - I furnish
  24. sum ; esse ; fui ; futurus
    I am
  25. tamen
    nevertheless - yet
  26. ~ �2 ~
  27. adeo; adire ; adii ; aditum
    I go to - I approach
  28. aditus ; aditus ; m.
    means of approach
  29. cognosco; cognoscere ;
    I make inquiry about - I ascertain -
  30. cognovi ; cognitus
    I know (p tenses)
  31. enim
    for
  32. Galli ; Gallorum ; m. pl.
    the Gauls
  33. genus ; generis ; n.
    race - kind
  34. hic ; haec ; hoc
    this
  35. homo ; hominis ; m.
    man - person
  36. illo
    to that place - thither
  37. incognitus ; incognita ; incognitum
    unknown
  38. ipse ; ipsa ; ipsum
    self - very - himself
  39. is ; ea ; id
    he - she - it - that
  40. locus ; loci ; m.
    place - position
  41. maritimus ; maritima ; maritimum
    of the sea - sea - - on the sea coast
  42. mercator ; mercatoris ; m.
    trader
  43. nemo ; nullius ; m.
    nobody
  44. neque
    and not - nor
  45. nosco; noscere ; novi ; notum
    I know
  46. ora ; orae ;
    coast
  47. portus ; portus ; m.
    harbor
  48. praeter
    except - besides (+acc)
  49. primo
    at first - in the first place
  50. quisquam ; quaequam ; quicquam
    any
  51. sed
    but
  52. ~ �3 ~
  53. ad
    to - at - towards - for (+acc)
  54. autem
    but - moreover
  55. brevis ; breve
    short - small
  56. Caius
    Gaius
  57. convoco; convocare ;
    I call together - I assemble
  58. convocavi ; convocatus
  59. copia ; copiae ;
    supply - plenty - quantity - forces - troops (pl.)
  60. cum
    with (+abl)
  61. incola ; incolae ; m.
    inhabitant
  62. inde
    from that place - thence
  63. insula ; insulae ;
    island
  64. itaque
    and so - therefore
  65. longus ; longa ; longum
    long
  66. magnitudo; magnitudinis ;
    greatness - magnitude
  67. maxime
    in the highest degree - chiefly - very greatly
  68. Morini ; Morinorum ; m. pl.
    the Morini
  69. navis ; navis ;
    ship
  70. non
    not
  71. possum ; posse ; potui
    I am able - I can
  72. praemitto; praemittere ;
    I send forward - I send in advance
  73. qui ; quae ; quod
    who - which - that
  74. reperio; reperire ; repperi ; repertus
    I find out - I discover
  75. se sese
    himself herself itself themselves
  76. suus sua suum
    his own her own its own
  77. trajectus trajectus m.
    crossing passage
  78. usus usus m.
    use experience
  79. volo velle volui
    I am willing I wish
  80. Volusenus Voluseni m. Volusenus
  81. a ab
    by from away (+abl)
  82. civitas civitatis f.
    state
  83. classis classis f.
    fleet
  84. consilium consilii n.
    plan purpose intention counsel
  85. convenio convenire
    I come together I assemble
  86. do dare dedi datus
    I give I put
  87. efficio efficere effeci effectus
    I make I carry out I bring to pass
  88. et
    and
  89. imperium imperii n.
    dominion empire command
  90. interim
    in the meantime
  91. jubeo jubere jussi jussus
    I order I command
  92. legatus legati m.
    ambassador lieutenant
  93. obses obsidis m. f.
    hostage
  94. obtempero obtemperare obtemperavi obtemperatus
    I submit to I obey (+ dat.)
  95. per
    through by along (+acc)
  96. perfero perferre pertuli perlatus
    I bear I carry
  97. populus populi m.
    people
  98. Romanus Romana Romanum
    Roman
  99. undique
    from all parts
  100. Veneticus Venetica Veneticum
    of or belonging to the Veneti
  101. venio venire veni ventum
    I come
  102. atque
    as with
  103. auctoritas auctoritatis f.
    influence authority
  104. audeo audere ausus sum
    I dare
  105. barbarus barbari m.
    barbarian
  106. committo committere
    I entrust (+dat) - I engage in
  107. Commius Commii m.
    Commius
  108. constituo constituere
    I put I station I appoint
  109. constitui constitutus
    I draw up I determine
  110. dies diei m. f.
    day time
  111. domus domus f.
    house home
  112. e ex
    from out of away from according to (+abl)
  113. egredior egredi egressus sum
    I disembark
  114. fidelis fidelis fidele
    faithful
  115. habeo habere habui habitus
    I have I hold I consider
  116. ibi
    there
  117. liberaliter
    courteously liberally
  118. magnus magna magnum
    great large
  119. mitto mittere misi missus
    I send
  120. polliceor polliceri pollicitus sum
    I promise
  121. probo probare probavi probatus
    I approve I think highly of
  122. quintus quinta quintum
    fifth
  123. redeo redire redii reditum
    I go back I return
  124. regio regionis f.
    territory region
  125. remitto remittere remisi remissus
    I send back
  126. renuntio renuntiare
    I bring back word I report
  127. rex regis m.
    king
  128. una
    at one and the same time together
  129. video videre visi visus
    I see - I seem (pass.)
  130. virtus virtutis f.
    courage
  131. annus anni m.
    year
  132. de
    from out of concerning during (+abl)
  133. excuso excusare excusavi excusatus
    I excuse
  134. facio facere feci factus
    I make
  135. facultas facultatis f.
    power opportunity
  136. fides fidei f.
    faith engagement protection
  137. gero gerere gessi gestus
    I carry on I do I wage
  138. impero imperare imperavi imperatus
    I command I order
  139. moror morari moratus sum
    I delay I linger I tarry
  140. nam
    for
  141. numerus numeri m.
    number
  142. olim
    at some time formerly
  143. opportunus opportuna opportunum
    convenient suitable opportune
  144. paro parare paravi paratus
    I prepare I procure
  145. post
    after behind (+acc)
  146. propter
    on account of because of (+acc)
  147. recipio recipere recepi receptus
    I take back I receive
  148. relinquo relinquere reliqui relictus
    I leave
  149. superior superius
    higher upper former superior
  150. accedo accedere accessi accessus
    I approach I am added
  151. circiter
    about nearly
  152. cogo cogere coegi coactus
    I collect I compel
  153. distribuo distribuere distribui distributus
    I distribute I assign
  154. duodeviginti
    eighteen
  155. eques equitis m.
    horseman - cavalry (pl.)
  156. millia millium n. pl.
    thousand
  157. octo
    eight
  158. octoginta
    eighty
  159. onerarius oneraria onerarium
    of or belonging to a burden
  160. passus passus m.
    step pace
  161. praefectus praefecti m.
    prefect commander
  162. praesidium praesidii n.
    protecting force garrison
  163. Publius Publii m. Publius
  164. quaestor quaestoris m.
    quaestor
  165. quidam quaedam quoddam some
    certain
  166. Rufus Rufi m.
    Rufus
  167. satis
    sufficiently enough
  168. Sulpicius Sulpicii m. Sulpicius
  169. teneo tenere tenui tentus
    I hold I detain I keep
  170. ventus venti m.
    wind
  171. armo armare armavi armatus
    I arm I furnish with arms
  172. attingo attingere attigi attactus
    I touch on I reach
  173. collis collis m.
    hill
  174. conscendo conscendere
    I embark I go on board
  175. conspicio conspicere conspexi conspectus
    I see I observe
  176. expono exponere exposui expositus
    I post I draw up
  177. hora horae f.
    hour
  178. idoneus idonea idoneum
    suitable convenient
  179. mox
    soon afterwards
  180. nanciscor nancisci nactus sum
    I get I obtain
  181. navigatio navigationis f.
    sailing
  182. progredior progredi progressus sum
    I go forward I advance I proceed
  183. quartus quarta quartum
    fourth
  184. ;que
    and
  185. sequor sequi secutus sum
    I follow
  186. solvo solvere solvi solutus
    I loosen
  187. tempestas tempestatis f.
    time season storm
  188. tertius tertia tertium
    third
  189. tum
    then
  190. ulterior ulterius
    further
  191. vigilia vigiliae f.
    watch
  192. adigo adigere adegi adactus
    I drive to I hurl to
  193. aestus aestus m.
    tide
  194. ancora ancorae f.
    anchor
  195. angustus angusta angustum
    narrow contracted steep
  196. contineo continere continui contentus
    I confide I shut in I restrain
  197. exspecto exspectare exspectavi exspectatus
    I wait I await
  198. hortor hortari hortatus sum
    I exhort I encourage
  199. litus litoris n.
    sea -shore
  200. mare maris n.
    sea
  201. miles militis m. f.
    soldier
  202. mons montis m.
    mountain
  203. natura naturae f.
    nature
  204. nequaquam
    by no means
  205. nonus nona nonum
    ninth
  206. postea
    after that afterwards
  207. secundus secunda secundum
    favorable second
  208. signum signi n.
    signal military standard
  209. telum teli n.
    weapon javelin
  210. tollo tollere sustuli sublatus
    I lift up I carry away
  211. tribunus tribuni m.
    tribune
  212. unus una unum
    one
  213. apertus aperta apertum
    uncovered exposed
  214. consuesco consuescere
    I accustom myself
  215. equitatus equitatus m.
    cavalry
  216. essedarius essedarii m.
    chariot warrior charioteer
  217. militia militia f.
    warfare
  218. planus plana planum
    level flat
  219. plerumque
    for the most part generally
  220. proelium proelii n.
    battle
  221. prohibeo prohibere
    I hinder I prevent I protect
  222. septem
    seven
  223. subsequor subsequi subsecutus sum
    I follow close after I follow in close pursuit
  224. utor uti usus sum
    I use I employ (+abl)
  225. altum alti n.
    deep open sea
  226. aqua aquae f.
    water
  227. aridum aridi n.
    dry land
  228. arma armorum n. pl.
    arms weapons
  229. audacter
    boldly
  230. aut
    or
  231. causa causae f.
    cause reason
  232. conjicio conjicere conjeci conjectus
    I throw I hurl
  233. difficultas difficultatis f.
    difficulty
  234. equus equi m.
    horse
  235. gravis grave
    heavy
  236. impedio impedire
    I impede I hinder
  237. incito incitare incitavi incitatus
    I set in rapid motion I urge forward
  238. insuefactus insuefacta insuefactum
    accustomed
  239. manus manus f.
    hand band (of men)
  240. nisi
    if not unless except
  241. ob
    for on account of (+acc)
  242. onus oneris n.
    burden load weight
  243. opprimo opprimere
    I overwhelm I overload
  244. paulum
    little somewhat
  245. summus summa summum
    highest greatest very great
  246. alacritas ; alacritatis ; f.
    alacrity - ardor
  247. animadverto; animadvertere ;
    I observe - I understand
  248. consisto; consistere ; constiti ; constitus
    I halt - I stop - I take my stand
  249. expeditus ; expedita ; expeditum
    unimpeded - ready - easy
  250. figura ; figurae ; f.
    form - shape - appearance
  251. funda ; fundae ; f.
    sling
  252. imperitus ; imperita ; imperitum unskillful ;
    not acquainted with (+gen)
  253. inusitatus ; inusitata ; inusitatum
    unusual - extraordinary
  254. latus ; lateris ; n.
    side - flank
  255. modo
    only - merely
  256. motus ; motus ; m.
    motion - movement
  257. omnino
    altogether - wholly - in all
  258. permoveo; permovere ;
    I move deeply - I stir
  259. perterreo; perterrere ;
    I frighten thoroughly - I terrify greatly
  260. pes ; pedis ; m.
    foot
  261. propello; propellere ;
    I propel - I drive forward - I push forward
  262. pugna ; pugnae ; f.
    fight - battle
  263. refero; referre ; rettuli ; relatus
    I bring back - I carry back - I relate
  264. removeo; removere ; removi ; remotus
    I remove - I withdraw
  265. remus ; remi ; m.
    oar
  266. res ; rei ; f.
    thing - affair - circumstance
  267. sagitta ; sagittae ; f.
    arrow
  268. solitus ; solita ; solitum
    usual - ordinary
  269. species ; speciei ; f.
    appearance
  270. summoveo; summovere ;
  271. tormentum ; tormenti ; n.
    military engine
  272. ubi
    when - where
  273. altitudo; altitudinis ; f.
    depth
  274. appropinquo; appropinquare ;
    I draw near - I approach (+dat)
  275. aquila. aquilae ; f.
    eagle
  276. aquilifer ; aquiliferi ; m.
    standard -bearer
  277. certe
    surely
  278. coepi ; coepisse ; coeptus
    I begin
  279. contestor ; contestari ; contestatus sum
    I call to witness - I invoke
  280. cunctor ; cunctari ; cunctatus sum
    I delay - I hesitate
  281. decimus ; decima ; decimum
    tenth
  282. dedecus ; dedecoris ; n.
    disgrace - dishonor
  283. desilio; desilire ; desilui ; desultus
    I jump down
  284. deus ; dei ; m.
    god
  285. ego
    I
  286. evenio; evenire ; eveni ; eventus
    I happen
  287. feliciter
    prosperously
  288. fero; ferre ; tuli ; latus
    I bear - I carry
  289. imperator ; imperatoris ; m.
    commander - general
  290. inquam
    I say
  291. item
    so - also - in like manner
  292. legio; legionis ; f.
    legion
  293. metuo; metuere ; metui
    I fear
  294. meus ; mea ; meum
    my - mine
  295. officium ; officii ; n.
    duty - office
  296. praesto; praestare ; praestiti ; praestitus
    I show - I perform - I am superior
  297. prodo; prodere ; prodidi ; proditus
    I give up - I surrender - I betray
  298. projicio; projicere ; projeci ; projectus
    I throw - I throw forward
  299. proximus ; proxima ; proximum
    nearest - next
  300. respublica ; reipublicae ; f.
    commonwealth
  301. tantus ; tanta ; tantum
    so much - so great
  302. universus ; universa ; universum
    all together - whole
  303. ut
    that - so that - in order that
  304. acriter
    sharply - vigorously
  305. adorior ; adoriri ; adortus sum
    I attack
  306. aggrego; aggregare ;
    I flock to - I attach myself to
  307. aliqui ; aliqua ; aliquae
    some
  308. alius ; alia ; aliud
    another
  309. circumsisto; circumsistere ; circumsteti
    I stand round - I surround
  310. firmiter
    firmly
  311. huc
    hither
  312. insisto; insistere ; institi
    I stand
  313. magnopere
    greatly - exceedingly
  314. occurro; occurrere ; occurri ; occursus
    I run up to - I fall in with - I meet
  315. ordo; ordinis ; m.
    order - line - rank
  316. pauci ; paucae ; pauca
    few
  317. perturbo; perturbare ;
    I disturb utterly - I throw into confusion
  318. plures ; plura
    several - very many
  319. pugno; pugnare ; pugnavi ; pugnatus
    I fight
  320. quicumque ; quaecumque ; quodcumque
    whoever - whatever
  321. servo; servare ; servavi ; servatus
    I keep - I watch
  322. singularis ; singulare
    single - solitary
  323. uterque ; utraque ; utrumque
    both - each - both sides
  324. vadum ; vadi ; n.
    shallow
  325. vero
    but - indeed - how
  326. capio; capere ; cepi ; captus
    I take - I reach - I seize - I capture
  327. compleo; complere ;
    I fill up
  328. consequor ; consequi ; consecutus sum
    I follow after - I pursue
  329. cursus ; cursus ; m.
    running - course
  330. desum ; deesse ; defui
    I fail - I am wanting
  331. fuga ; fugae ; f.
    flight
  332. impetus ; impetus ; m.
    attack - onset
  333. laboro; laborare ; laboravi ; laboratus
    I labor - I am hard pressed
  334. longius
    longer - farther
  335. navigium ; navigii ; n.
    vessel
  336. pristinus ; pristina ; pristinum
    former
  337. prosequor ; prosequi ; prosecutus sum
    I follow after - I pursue
  338. quod
    that - because that - inasmuch as
  339. scapha ; scaphae ; f.
    boat
  340. simul
    together - at once - at the same time
  341. speculatorius ; speculatoria ;
    pertaining to a spy or scout
  342. submitto; submittere ;
    I send - I dispatch
  343. subsidium ; subsidii ; n.
    aid - assistance - support
  344. antea
    previously - once
  345. Atrebas ; Atrebatis ; m.
    one of the Atrebates
  346. comprehendo; comprehendere ;
    I seize
  347. defero; deferre ; detuli ; delatus
    I bring down - I carry down
  348. mandatum ; mandati ; n.
    command - order
  349. modus ; modi ; m.
    manner - way
  350. orator ; oratoris ; m.
    ambassador
  351. pax ; pacis ; f.
    peace
  352. promitto; promittere ;
    I send forward - I promise
  353. quum
    when - since - as - although
  354. recipere se
    to betake one�s self - to recover one�s self
  355. simul atque
    as soon as
  356. statim
    immediately
  357. supero; superare ; superavi ; superatus
    I overcome - I subdue - I conquer
  358. vinculum ; vinculi ; n.
    chain - fetter
  359. ager ; agri ; m.
    field - territory
  360. arcesso; arcessere ;
    I call - I send for
  361. commendo; commendare ;
    I commit - I entrust
  362. confero; conferre ; contuli ; collatus
    I bring together - I collect - I attribute to
  363. culpa ; culpae ; f.
    fault
  364. dico; dicere ; dixi ; dictus
    I say
  365. ignosco; ignoscere ; ignovi ; ignotus
    I pardon - I overlook (+dat)
  366. ille ; illa ; illud
    that - he - she - it
  367. imprudentia ; imprudentiae ; f.
    imprudence - indiscretion
  368. infero; inferre ; intuli ; illatus
    I bring into - I make (war)
  369. interea
    meanwhile
  370. longinquus ; longinqua ; longinquum
    far off - distant
  371. multitudo; multitudinis ; f. multitude ;
    mass of the people
  372. peto; petere ; petivi ; petitus
    I seek - I beg
  373. princeps ; principis ; m.
    chieftain - a leading man
  374. queror ; queri ; questus sum
    I complain
  375. remigro; remigrare
    I depart back - I return
  376. sine
    without (+abl)
  377. accido; accidere ; accidi
    I fall out - I happen
  378. adversus ; adversa ; adversum
    opposite - unfavorable
  379. castra ; castrorum ; n. pl.
    camp
  380. confirmo; confirmare ;
    I strengthen - I establish
  381. continens ; continentis ; f.
    connected land - mainland
  382. coorior ; cooriri ; coortus sum
    I arise
  383. dejicio; dejicere ; dejeci ; dejectus
    I throw down - I drive down
  384. eodem
    to the same place
  385. idem ; eadem ; idem
    the same
  386. inferior ; inferius
    lower
  387. jacio; jacere ; jeci ; jactus
    I throw
  388. lenis ; lene
    gentle
  389. luna ; lunae ; f.
    moon
  390. maximus ; maxima ; maximum
    greatest - very great
  391. necessario
    necessarily
  392. nox ; noctis ; f.
    night
  393. occasus ; occasus ; m.
    setting - going down
  394. oceanus ; oceani ; m.
    ocean
  395. plenus ; plena ; plenum
    full
  396. propius
    nearer - too near
  397. proveho; provehere ;
    I carry forwards - I carry along
  398. sol ; solis ; m.
    sun
  399. subitosuddenly
  400. ullus ; ulla ; ullum
    any
  401. unde
    whence
  402. administro; administrare ;
    I manage - I carry out
  403. afflicto; afflictare ;
    I toss
  404. amitto; amittere ; amisi ; amissus
    I lose
  405. armamenta ; armamentorum ; n. pl.
  406. auxilior ; auxiliari ; auxiliatus sum
    I help
  407. complures ; complura
    very many - several
  408. deligo; deligare ; deligavi ; deligatus
    I bind down - I fasten
  409. exercitus ; exercitus ; m.
    army
  410. frango; frangere ; fregi ; fractus
    I break - I wreck
  411. frumentum ; frumenti ; n.
    corn
  412. funis ; funis ; m.
    rope - cable
  413. Gallia ; Galliae ; f.
    Gaul
  414. hiemo; hiemare ; hiemavi ; hiematus
    I winter - I take up winter quarters
  415. hiems ; hiemis ; f.
  416. inutilis ; inutile
    useless
  417. ita
    thus - so
  418. navigo; navigare ; navigavi ; navigatus
    I sail
  419. perturbatio; perturbationis ; f.
    confusion
  420. provideo; providere ; provisi ; provisus
    I foresee - I provide - I furnish
  421. reficio; reficere ; refeci ; refectus
    I repair
  422. reporto; reportare ;
    I carry back
  423. reportavi ; reportatus
  424. subduco; subducere ;
    I draw ashore
  425. totus ; tota ; totum
    whole
  426. transporto; transportare ;
    I carry over - I transport
  427. causa
    for the purpose of (+gen)
  428. clam
    secretly - by stealth
  429. colloquor ; colloqui ; collocutus sum
    I talk with - I confer with
  430. commeatus ; commeatus ; m.
    supplies - provisions - voyage
  431. confido; confidere ; confisus sum
    I am persuaded - I am confident - I rely upon
  432. conjuratio; conjurationis ; f.
    plot
  433. deduco; deducere ; deduxi ; deductus
    I lead off - I withdraw - I launch
  434. discedo; discedere ; discessi ; discessus
    I depart
  435. etiam
    also - even
  436. exiguitas ; exiguitatis ; f.
    small size
  437. impedimentum ; impedimenti ; n. pl.
    baggage
  438. intelligo; intelligere ;
    I perceive - I understand
  439. inter
    between - among (+acc)
  440. intercludo; intercludere ;
    I close up - I cut off
  441. paucitas ; paucitatis ; f.
    small number
  442. paulatim
    by little and little - gradually
  443. produco; producere ;
    I prolong
  444. rebellio; rebellionis ; f.
    revolt
  445. reditus ; reditus ; m.
    returning - return
  446. rursus
    back again - again
  447. transeo; transire ; transii ; transitus
  448. aes ; aeris ; n.
    bronze - copper
  449. affligo; affligere ; afflixi ; afflictus
    I shatter - I damage
  450. casus ; casus ; m.
    chance - accident
  451. commode
    advantageously
  452. comparo; comparare ;
    I prepare
  453. comporto; comportare ;
    I carry together - I collect
  454. duodecim
    twelve
  455. eventus ; eventus ; m.
    occurrence
  456. gravissime
    very seriously
  457. intermitto; intermittere ;
    I leave off - I relax
  458. materia ; materiae ; f.
    wood - timber
  459. nondum
    not yet
  460. quotidie
    daily
  461. studium ; studii ; n.
    eagerness - energy
  462. suspicor ; suspicari ; suspicatus sum
    I mistrust - I suspect
  463. aliquis ; aliquid
    somebody - something
  464. appello; appellare ;
    I call
  465. cohors ; cohortis ; f.
    cohort
  466. confestim
    immediately
  467. consuetudo; consuetudinis ; f.
    custom - habit
  468. dum
    while - until
  469. duo
    two
  470. frumentor ; frumentari ;
    I get corn - I forage
  471. ineo; inire ; inii ; initus
    I form - I adopt - I begin
  472. interpono; interponere ;
    I interpose - I arise (pass.)
  473. iter ; itineris ; n.
    march - journey
  474. novus ; nova ; novum
    new
  475. nullus ; nulla ; nullum
    not any - none - no
  476. nuntio; nuntiare ; nuntiavi ; nuntiatus
    I announce
  477. porta ; portae ; f.
    gate
  478. pro
    before - instead of - as - for (+abl)
  479. pulvis ; pulveris ; m.
    dust
  480. remaneo; remanere ; remansi
    I remain behind
  481. septimus ; septima ; septimum
    seventh
  482. statio; stationis ; f.
    station - outpost
  483. succedo; succedere ;
    I go in the place of - I succeed
  484. suspicio; suspicionis ; f.
    mistrust - suspicion
  485. ventito; ventitare ; ventitavi ; ventitatus
    I keep coming
  486. circumdo; circumdare ;
    I surround
  487. confertus ; conferta ; confertum
    crowded together - closed packed
  488. delitesco; delitescere ; delitui
    I conceal myself
  489. demeto; demetere ;
    I mow - I cut down
  490. depono; deponere ; deposui ; depositus
    I lay down - I lay aside - I give up
  491. dispergo; dispergere ;
    I disperse
  492. essedum ; essedi ; n.
    war chariot
  493. incertus ; incerta ; incertum
    uncertain
  494. interficio; interficere ;
    I kill
  495. meto; metere ; messui ; messus
    I mow
  496. noctu
    by night
  497. occupo; occupare ;
    I seize - I gain
  498. paulo
    a little - somewhat
  499. premo; premere ; pressi ; pressus
    I press hard - I harass
  500. procedo; procedere ;
    I go forwards - I advance
  501. silva ; silvae ; f.
    wood
  502. auriga ; aurigae ; m.
    driver - charioteer
  503. colloco; collocare ;
    I put - I place
  504. currus ; currus ; m.
    chariot
  505. declivis ; declive
    sloping
  506. excedo; excedere ; excessi ; excessus
    I go out - I withdraw
  507. insinuo; insinuare ;
    I make a way into
  508. perequito; perequitare ;
    I ride through
  509. proelior ; proeliari ; proeliatus sum
    I join battle - I fight
  510. receptus ; receptus ; m.
    retreat
  511. rota ; rotae ; f.
    wheel
  512. si
    if
  513. strepitus ; strepitus ; m.
    noise
  514. terror ; terroris ; m.
    alarm - terror
  515. turma ; turmae ; f.
    troop - squadron
  516. ac and
  517. adventus ; adventus ; m.
    arrival
  518. citissime
    with the utmost rapidity
  519. exercitatio; exercitationis ; f.
    exercise - practice
  520. flecto; flectere ; flexi ; flexus
    I turn
  521. incitatus ; incitata ; incitatum
    at full speed - swift
  522. jugum ; jugi ; n.
    yoke
  523. mobilitas ; mobilitatis ; f.
    quickness - rapidity
  524. moderor ; moderari ; moderatus sum
    I manage - I control - I check
  525. namque
    for indeed
  526. novitas ; novitatis ; f.
    newness - strangeness
  527. opportunissimus ; opportunissima ;
    most convenient - most opportune
  528. percurro; percurrere ;
    I run along
  529. praeceps steep ; precipitous
  530. quotidianus ; quotidiana ; quotidianum daily
  531. soleo; solere ; solitus sum
    I am wont - I am accustomed
  532. spatium ; spatii ; n.
    space - distance - interval of time
  533. stabilitas ; stabilitatis ; f. steadiness
  534. sustineo; sustinere ; sustinui ; sustentus
    I support - I check
  535. temo; temonis ; m.
    pole
  536. timor ; timoris ; m. fear ; terror
  537. alienus ; aliena ; alienum
    belonging to another - unfavorable
  538. arbitror ; arbitrari ; arbitratus sum
    I think - I consider
  539. continuus ; continua ; continuum
    in succession
  540. demonstro; demonstrare ;
    I show - I point out
  541. dimitto; dimittere ; dimisi ; dimissus
    I send about - I dismiss - I quit
  542. expello; expellere ; expuli ; expulsus
    I drive out - I expel
  543. libertas ; libertatis ; f.
    liberty - freedom
  544. nuntius ; nuntii ; m.
    messenger
  545. peditatus ; peditatus ; m.
    foot soldiers - infantry
  546. praeda ; praedae ; f.
    booty - plunder
  547. praedico; praedicere ;
    I declare - I announce
  548. quantus ; quanta ; quantum
    how great - how much
  549. reduco; reducere ; reduxi ; reductus
    I lead back
  550. acies ; aciei ; f.
    order of battle - line of battle
  551. aedificium ; aedificii ; n.
    building
  552. celeritas ; celeritatis ; f.
    swiftness - speed
  553. deinde
    afterwards - then
  554. diutius
    longer
  555. effugio; effugere ; effugi ; effugitus
    I flee away - I escape
  556. incendo; incendere ; incendi ; incensus
    I set on fire - I burn
  557. late
    widely
  558. longe
    far off
  559. occido; occidere ; occidi ; occisus
    I cut down - I kill
  560. pello; pellere ; pepuli ; pulsus
    I rout - I put to flight
  561. periculum ; periculi ; n.
    attempt - danger
  562. triginta
    thirty
  563. verto; vertere ; verti ; versus I turn
  564. adduco; adducere ; adduxi ; adductus
    I lead to - I bring to
  565. aedifico; aedificare ; I build
  566. Belgae ; Belgarum ; m. pl.
    the Belgae - the Belgians
  567. concilium ; concilii ; n. meeting ; council
  568. decerno; decernere ; decrevi ; decretus I decree ; I decide
  569. duplico; duplicare ;
    I double
  570. eothither ;
    there - for this reason
  571. finis ; finis ; m.
    end - boundary - (pl.) borders - territory
  572. hiberna ; hibernorum ; n. pl.
    winter quarters
  573. incolumis ; incolumne
    quite safe - in safety
  574. infra
    below
  575. littera ; litterae ; f.
    letter (of the alphabet) - (pl.) letter - epistle
  576. medius ; media ;
    medium middle
  577. neglego; neglegere ; neglexi ; neglectus
    I overlook - I neglect
  578. pareo; parere ; parui
    I obey (+dat)
  579. pervenio; pervenire ; I come up ; I arrive
  580. Roma ; Romae ; f.
    Rome
  581. senatus ; senatus ; m.
    Senate
  582. supplicatio; supplicationis ; f.
    thanksgiving
  583. Treviri ; Trevorum ; m. pl.
    the Treviri
  584. vetus ; veteris
    old
  585. viginti
    twenty
  586. commoror ; commorari ;
    I delay - I stop
  587. Corus ; Cori ; m. Corus ;
    the north -west wind
  588. flo; flare ; flavi ; flatus
    I blow
  589. Itius ; Itii ; m.
    Itius
  590. Labienus ; Labieni ; m.
    Labienus
  591. par ; paris
    equal
  592. quinque
    five
  593. quowhither ;
    where - in order that
  594. tandem
    at length - at last
  595. tres ; tria
    three
  596. tueor ; tueri ; tuitus sum
    I protect - I defend
  597. adaequo; adaequare ;
    I bring to an equality - I keep pace with
  598. admodum
    very - exceedingly
  599. Africus ; Africi ; m. Africus ;
    the south -west wind
  600. commutatio; commutationis ; f.
    change - alteration
  601. contendo; contendere ;
    I strive - I contend - I proceed eagerly -
  602. contendi ; contentus
    I hasten
  603. egressus ; egressus ; m.
    landing -place
  604. labor ; laboris ; m.
    toil - labor
  605. laudo; laudare ; laudavi ; laudatus
    I praise
  606. lux ; lucis ; f.
    light - daylight
  607. optimus ; optima ; optimum
    best
  608. orior ; oriri ; ortus sum
    I rise - I spring from
  609. qua
    in which place - where - wherever
  610. remigo; remigare ; remigavi
    I row
  611. sinistra ; sinistrae ; f.
    left hand
  612. sub
    under - below - near - during (+acc or abl)
  613. vectorius ; vectoria ; vectorium
    for carrying

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