chapter 1 cicero

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  1. tum
    then
  2. narrare
    to tell
  3. unde
    from where
  4. vito, vitare, vitavi, vitatum
    to escape
  5. concursus, concursus m
    gathering
  6. sentire
    to feel
  7. tantus
    such great
  8. mos, moris m
    custom, moral
  9. contendere
    to hasten
  10. ---, sui, sibi, se, se
    himself, herself, itself
  11. apud
    among, near, at the house of
  12. mediocriter
    barely
  13. satis
    enough
  14. venire
    to come
  15. habitare
    to live
  16. amplus, ampla, amplum
    noble
  17. gaudere
    to rejoice, to celebrate
  18. diu
    for a long time
  19. frustra
    in vain
  20. caedes, caedis f
    slaughter, murder, death
  21. quondam
    once
  22. invenire
    to fin, to discover
  23. incendia, incendiae f
    fire
  24. iam
    now, aready
  25. oportet, oportere, oportuit
    to be necessary
  26. iussus, iussus m
    order
  27. furor
    madness
  28. suus, sua, suum
    his, her, and its
  29. ipse, ipsa, ipsum
    himself and herself
  30. constituere
    to decide
  31. ordo, ordinis f
    body
  32. dicere
    to say, to name
  33. ibi
    there
  34. intellego, intellegere, intelexi, intellectum
    to know
  35. "video" in the "passive" voice
    to seem
  36. terrere
    to terrify, to scare
  37. ago, agere, egi, actum
    to do
  38. gerere
    to carry, to bear, to wear
  39. quoniam
    since, because
  40. finis, finis f
    end, boundary
  41. fortis, fortis, forte
    brave
  42. vigiliae, vigilae f
    night watchmen
  43. subito
    suddenly
  44. caedere
    to kill
  45. statim
    immediately
  46. perniciosus, perniciosa, perniciosum
    dangerous
  47. etiam
    even, also
  48. vasto, vastare, vastavi, vastatum
    to destroy
  49. interficere
    to kill
  50. pestis, pestis m
    plague, destruction, ruin
  51. timor
    fear
  52. proficisci
    to set out
  53. virtus, virtutis f
    courage
  54. apertus, aperta, apertum
    open
  55. ita
    so
  56. praesidium, praesidii n
    guard
  57. occupare
    to seize, to take
  58. tamen
    however, nevertheless
  59. quo usque
    how long, for how long
  60. desum, deesse, defui, defuturus
    to be lacking
  61. impetus
    attack
  62. supplicium, supplicii n
    punishment
  63. igitur
    therefore
  64. oculus, oculi m
    eye
  65. vultus, vulteris m
    look, expression
  66. iubere
    to order
  67. privatus, privati m
    private citizen
  68. dum
    while, until
  69. arbitor, arbitari, ---, arbitratus
    to believe, to think
  70. pridem
    at last
  71. itaque
    and so
  72. prehendere
    to take
  73. relinquere
    to leave
  74. tenere
    to hold
  75. atque
    and also
  76. nolle
    to not want
  77. manere
    to stay, to remain
  78. vivo, vivere, vixi, victum
    to live
  79. deinde
    then
  80. nova res
    revolution
  81. iste, ista, istud
    himself, herself, and itself
  82. quamquam
    although
  83. coepit
    to begin
  84. sequi
    to follow
  85. ponere
    to have
  86. referro
    to bring back, to carry back
  87. coniuratio, coniuratiois f
    conspiracy
  88. fio, fieri, ----, factus sum
    to become

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