Pro Archia 1-3

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Pro Archia 1-3
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  1. ingeni (ingenium, ingeni(i)) (n)
    character, talent
  2. exiguum (exiguus, exigua, exiguum)
    a little bit, meagre
  3. exercitatio (exercitatio, exercitationis) (f)
    discipline, training
  4. infitior (infitior, infitiari, infitiatus)
    I contradict, deny
  5. versatum esse (verso, versare, versavi, versatus)
    • to have been engaged in (pass.)
    • Act = 'turn'
  6. profecta (proficiscor, proficisci, profectus)
    having set forth
  7. abhoruisse (abhorreo, abhorrere, abhorrui, -)
    to have been averse to
  8. vel (adv)
    or
  9. fructum (fructus, fructus) (m)
    enjoyment, benefit
  10. quoad (conj)
    as long as, until
  11. respicere (respicio, respicere, respexi, respectus)
    to look back at, consider
  12. praeteriti (praeteritus, praeterita, praeteritum)
    past, bygone
  13. pueritiae (pueritia, pueritiae) (f)
    childhood
  14. inde (adv)
    from that time/place
  15. principem (princeps, (gen.), principis)
    earliest, first
  16. suscipiendam (suscipio, suscipere, suscepi, susceptus)
    undertaking
  17. ingrediendam (ingredior, ingredi, ingressus)
    beginning, entering into
  18. exstitisse (exsisto, exsistere, exstiti, -)
    to emerge, stand out
  19. hortatu (hortatus, us) (m)
    encouragement
  20. conformata (conformo, conformare, conformavi, conformatus)
    having been shaped, trained
  21. opitulari (opitulor, opitulari, opitulatus)
    to help
  22. situm (situs a um)
    centred on, placed
  23. opem (ops, opis) (f)
    Distinguish: opus, operis
    help
  24. facultas (facultas, facultatis) (f)
    ability, means
  25. penitus (adv)
    completely
  26. dediti (dedo, dedere, dedidi, deditus)
    having been devoted to
  27. vinclum (vinclum, vincli) (n)
    a chain/bond
  28. continentur (contineo, continere, continui, contentus)
    [end 1]
    they are held together
  29. mirum (mirus a um)
    remarkable, amazing
  30. quaestione (quaestio, quaestionis) (f)
    inquiry
  31. legitima (legitimus, legitima, legitimum)
    lawful, proper
  32. iudicio (judicium, judici(i)) (n)
    court; trial
  33. lectissimum (lectus, lecta)
    most excellent
  34. severissimos (severus, severa)
    most serious
  35. conventu (conventus, conventus) (m)
    assembly, gathering
  36. frequentia (frequentia, frequentiae) (f)
    abundance
  37. uti (utor, uti, usus)
    to use, enjoy
  38. consuetudine (consuetudo, consuetudinis) (f)
    one's habit, customary practice
  39. forensi (forensis, forensis, forense)
    of the courts
  40. quaeso (quaeso, quaesere, -, -)
    to ask for, seek
  41. veniam (venia -ae) (f)
    indulgence, favour
  42. accommodatam (accomodo, accomodare, accomodavi, accomodatus)
    (pass) having been appropriate for
  43. reo (reus, rei) (m)
    the defendant
  44. concursu (concursus, us) (m)
    assembly, crowd
  45. litteratissimorum (litteratus a um)
    well-read, cultured
  46. denique (adv)
    at last
  47. praetore (praetor, oris) (m)
    the praetor, magistrate
  48. exercente (exerceo, exercere, exercui, exercitus)
    administering
  49. otium (otium, oti(i)) (n)
    leisure, spare time
  50. minime (adv sup.)
    not at all
  51. tractata (tracto, are, avi, atus)
    having been experienced
  52. inusitato (inusitatus, inusitata)
    unfamiliar, unusual
  53. concedique (concedo, concedere, concessi, concessus)
    to have been granted
  54. perficiam (perficio, perficere, perfeci, perfectus)
    I should bring about
  55. segregandum (segrego, segregare, segregavi, segregatus)
    going to have been excluded
  56. asciscendum (ascisco, asciscere, ascivi, ascitus)
    [end 2]
    going to have been enrolled, admitted
  57. excessit (excedo, excedere, excessi, excessus)
    he went beyond, passed out of
  58. humanitatem (humanitas, humanitatis) (f)
    civilisation, human nature
  59. informari (informo, informare, informavi, informatus)
    to be formed, shaped
  60. se contulit (confero, conferre, contuli, collatus)
    he assigned/applied himself
  61. celebri (celeber, -bris, -bre)
    busy, populous
  62. copiosa (copiosus a um)
    rich, well-supplied
  63. adfluenti (adfluo, adfluere, adfluxi, adfluxus)
    to abound, be rich, flow together
  64. antecellere (antecello, antecellere, -, -)
    to surpass
  65. cunctaque (cunctus a um)
    the whole of, all
  66. celebrabantur (celebro (1))
    they were celebrated, honoured; frequented
  67. exspectatio (exspectatio, exspectationis) (f)
    expectation
  68. superaret (supero, superare, superavi, superatus)
    he was surpassing, outdoing
  69. vehementius (comp adv)
    very much
  70. neglegebantur (neglego, neglegere, neglexi, neglectus)
    they were neglected, ignored
  71. praemiis (praemium, praemi(i)) (n)
    gifts, rewards
  72. donarunt (dono (1))
    Distinguish: do, dare, dedi, datus
    they granted
  73. celebritate (celebritas, celebritatis) (f)
    renown, reputation
  74. nactus (nanciscor, nancisci, nactus)
    having met with; having obtained
  75. adhibere (adhibeo, adhibere, adhibui, adhibitus)
    to consult; add to; invite; employ
  76. praetextatus (praetextatus, praetextata, praetextatum)
    wearing toga praetexta
  77. receperunt (recipio, recipere, recepi, receptus)
    they received, took in
  78. lumen (lumen, luminis) (n)
    light; brilliance
  79. litterarum (littera, ae) (f)
    literature; culture
  80. virtutis (virtus, virtutis) (f)
    excellence, character
  81. favit (faveo, favere, favi, fautus)
    +DAT
    • he supported
    • +dat - he favoured
  82. senectuti (senectus, senectutis) (f)
    old age
  83. iucundus (jucundus, jucunda)
    congenial
  84. devinctam (devincio, devincire, devinxi, devinctus)
    having been bound, obligated
  85. adficiebatur (adficio, adficere, adfeci, adfectus)
    he was being affected, influenced
  86. percipere (percipio, percipere, percepi, perceptus)
    to perceive, grasp with mind
  87. studebant (studeo, studere, studui, -)
    they were busy, devoted, eager
  88. simulabant (simulo, simulare, simulavi, simulatus)
    [end 3]
    they were pretending, copying

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