Habita in Senatu 12-27

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Habita in Senatu 12-27
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  1. O tempora! O mores!
    • What's the world coming to?
    • Lit: 'Our age! Our principles!'
  2. immo (adv)
    no, rather
  3. vero (adv)
    truly
  4. particeps -cipis (m) (+gen)
    participant in
  5. notatĀ 
    noto (1)
    he marks (down)
  6. designat
    designo (1)
    he points out
  7. caedem
    caedes -is (f)
    murder, slaughter
  8. autem (conj)
    however, on the other hand
  9. fortes
  10. viri
  11. satis (adv)
    enough, sufficiently
  12. tela
    telum -i (n)
    missiles, shots
  13. vitamusĀ 
    vito (1)
    we avoid
  14. duci (pres. pass inf)
    duco, ducere, duxi, ductus
    to be led
  15. iussu (abl)
    iussus -us (m)
    by order
  16. pridem (adv)
    for a long time
  17. oportebat
    oportet
    It was fitting, necessary
  18. conferri (pres.inf.pass)
    confero, conferre, contuli, collatum
    to be brought together
  19. machinaris
    machinor (1)
    you devised
  20. an (conj between 2 questions)
    Or is it that?
  21. amplissimus (amplus -a -um)
    most distinguished
  22. pontifex -icis (m)
    priest
  23. mediocriter (adv)
    not very much
  24. labefactantem
    labefacto (1)
    weaken
  25. status -us (m)
    situation, condition
  26. caede
    caedes -is (f)
    assassination, slaughter
  27. vastare
    vasto (1)
  28. cupientem
    cupio -ere -ivi -itus
    desiring
  29. perferemus
    perfero, perferre, pertuli, perlatum
    to put up with
  30. nam (conj)
    for instance, on the other hand
  31. nimis (adv)
    too much
  32. praetero -ire -ivi -itum
    to pass over
  33. novis rebus
    (res, rei (f))
    revolution
  34. studentem
    studeo, studere, studui, --- (+dat)
    be eager for
  35. manu sua
    his own hand
  36. occidit
    occido, occidere, occidi, occisum
    he killed
  37. quondam (adv)
    formerly
  38. suppliciis
    supplicium -i (n)
    punishment
  39. perniciosum
    -us -a -um
    destructive
  40. consultum -i (n)
    decree
  41. vehemens, -ntis
    strong, forceful
  42. deest
    desum, deesse, defui, --- (+dat)
    to fail
  43. consilium -i (n)
    plan of action
  44. ordo, ordinis (m)
    class, body

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