Habita in Senatu lines 1 - 11

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Habita in Senatu lines 1 - 11
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  1. usque (adv)
    all the way
  2. tandem (adv)
    at length, in the end
  3. Quo usque tandem
    • "How long, tell me"
    • Lit: 'how far at length'
  4. abutere (future)
    abutor, abuti, abusus sum (deponent)
    +abl
    you will abuse
  5. diu (adv)
    by/all day
  6. etiam (conj)
    even now, even yet, still
  7. furor, furoris (m)
    madness
  8. eludet (fut)
    eludo, eludere, elusi, elusum
    he/it will mock
  9. sese (= sui sibi) = intensive form
    = se
  10. effrenata (us a um)
    unrestrained
  11. iactabit
    iacto (1)
    • he will throw
    • + se = to brag/boast
  12. audacia -ae (f)
    recklessness, boldness
  13. praesidium (n)
    defence, protection; help, aid
  14. vigilia, vigiliae (f)
    night watch
  15. timor (m)
    fear, dread, anxiety
  16. concursus, -us (m)
    gathering
  17. munitissimus -a -um
    most fortified
  18. locus (m)
    spot, place
  19. ora
    os, oris (n)
    faces
  20. vultusque (sing. or pl.)
    vultus, -us (m)
    [and] faces, expressions
  21. patere
    pateo patere patui xx
    to be obvious
  22. consilia
    consilium, -i (n)
    debates/plans
  23. constrictam (-us -a -um)
    Participle of constringo
    bound, cut off
  24. scientia -ae (f)
    knowledge
  25. teneri = pass inf
    teneo, tenere, tenui, tentus
    to have been held, kept
  26. coniurationem
    coniuratio, -onis (f)
    conspiracy
  27. proximus -a -um
    last
  28. superior -ius (comp)
    before last
  29. convocaveris
    convoco (1)
    you called together
  30. consili ceperis
    (consilium -i + capio, capere, cepi, captus)
    you adopted a plan
  31. arbitraris 
    arbitror (1)
    you thought/supposed
  32. ignorare
    ignoro (1)
    not to know, be ignorant

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