Pro Archia 4-7

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  1. amplius (amplus, ampla)
    • wider, larger
    • more distinguished, important
  2. infirmari (infirmo, infirmare, infirmavi, infirmatus)
    to be weakened
  3. adest (adsum, adesse, adfui, adfuturus)
    he is present
  4. opinari (opinor, opinari, opinatus)
    to suppose, imagine
  5. interfuisse (intersum, interesse, interfui, interfuturus)
    to have been present
  6. legati (legatus, legati) (m)
    envoys
  7. mandatis (mandatum, mandati) (n)
    orders
  8. causa iudici
    for the reason of this trial
  9. interisse (intereo, interire, interivi(ii), interitus)
    to have been ruined
  10. tabulario (tabularium, tabulari(i)) (n)
    collection of tablets OR records office
  11. flagitare (flagito, flagitare, flagitavi, flagitatus)
    you demand, require
  12. religionem (religio, religionis) (f)
    conscience, duty, respect
  13. integerrimi (integer, integra)
    most sound, uncorrupted
  14. municipi (municipium, municipi(i)) (n)
    town subject to Rome with its own laws (but probably just translate town or municipality!)
  15. ius iurandum
    a sworn oath
  16. solere corrumpi
    to be accustomed to be corrupted, i.e. constantly corrupted
  17. conlegio (conlegium, conlegi(i)) (n)
    college, brotherhood, guild
  18. adservatae (adservo, adservare, adservavi, adservatus)
    having been kept
  19. incolumis (incolumis, incolumis, incolume)
    unimpaired, unharmed
  20. levitas (levitas, levitatis) (f)
    fickleness, shallowness
  21. damnationem (damnatio, damnationis) (f)
    conviction (in court)
  22. resignasset (resigno, resignare, resignavi, resignatus)
    it was renounced, foregone
  23. litura (litura, liturae) (f)
    erasure
  24. commotum esse
    to have been disturbed, agitated
  25. suppeditat (suppedito, suppeditare, suppeditavi, suppeditatus)
    he supplies
  26. forensi (forensis, forensis, forense)
    of the courts
  27. strepitu (strepitus, strepitus) (m)
    din
  28. reficiatur (reficio, reficere, refeci, refectus)
    it is built, repaired
  29. convicio (convicium, convici(i)) (n)
    abuse, jeers; reprimands
  30. defessae (defessus, defessa, defessum)
    exhausted, weary
  31. conquiescant (conquiesco, conquiescere, conquievi, conquietus)
    they rest
  32. doctrina (doctrina, doctrinae) (f)
    learning, education
  33. excolamus (excolo, excolere, excolui, excultus)
    we develop
  34. contentionem (contentio, contentionis) (f)
    competition, effort, struggle
  35. pudeat (pudeo, pudere, pudui, puditus)
    he/it feels shame
  36. abdiderunt (abdo, abdere, abdidi, abditus)
    they hide
  37. aspectum (aspectus, aspectus) (m)
    view, sight, vision
  38. proferre (profero, proferre, protuli, prolatus)
    to advance
  39. nullius (nullus a um)
    of none, no-one
  40. commodo (commodum, commodi) (n)
    benefit, advantage
  41. otium (otium -i) (n)
    leisure, spare time
  42. abstraxerit (abstraho, abstrahere, abstraxi, abstractus)
    it should remove from, drag away
  43. reprehendat (reprehendo, reprehendere, reprehendi, reprehensus)
    it holds back
  44. suscenseat (suscenseo, suscensere, suscensui, suscensus)
    he/it is angry with
  45. obeundas (obeo, obire, obivi(ii), obitus)
    attending to
  46. festos (festus, festa, festum)
    joyous, festive
  47. ludorum (ludus, ludi) (m)
    games, sport, fun
  48. requiem (requies, requietis) (f)
    rest, respite
  49. conceditur (concedo, concedere, concessi, concessus)
    it is given up
  50. tribuunt (tribuo, tribuere, tribui, tributus)
    they assign, allow, grant
  51. tempestivis (tempestivus, tempestiva, tempestivum)
    timely, opportune
  52. alveolo (alveolus, alveoli) (m)
    a boardgame
  53. egomet (m/f pron)
    we
  54. recolenda (recolo, recolere, recolui, recultus)
    cultivating afresh
  55. sumpsero (sumo, sumere, sumpsi, sumptus)
    I should have begun
  56. defuit (desum, deesse, defui, defuturus)
    it abandoned, was lacking
  57. levior (levis, leve, levior)
    lighter, more trivial, trifling
  58. fonte (fons, fontis) (f)
    source, fount
  59. hauriam (haurio, haurire, hausi, haustus)
    I draw up/out
  60. expetendum (expeto, expetere, expetivi, expetitus)
    asking for, desiring, aspiring to
  61. cruciatus (cruciatus, cruciatus) (m)
    torture, suffering
  62. exsili (exsilium, exsili(i)) (n)
    exile
  63. dimicationes (dimicatio, dimicationis) (f)
    combat, contests, struggles
  64. profligatorum (profligatus, profligata, profligatum)
    profligate, depraved
  65. obiecissem (obicio, obicere, objeci, objectus)
    I should have presented, exposed
  66. impetus (impetus, impetus) (m)
    attacks
  67. libri (liber, libri) (m)
    Distinguish: liber, libera
    books
  68. vetustas (vetustus, vetusta, vetustum)
    ancient, long-established
  69. imagines (imago, imaginis) (f)
    likenesses, images
  70. intuendum (intueor, intueri, intuitus)
    admiring, considering
  71. quispiam (quispiam, quaepiam, quidpiam)
    anyone, someone
  72. proditae (prodo, prodere, prodidi, proditus)
    having been created, thrust forth
  73. effers (effero, efferre, extuli, elatus)
    you are bringing out
  74. habitu (habitus, habitus) (m)
    character, demeanour
  75. prope (prep/adv)
    near/almost
  76. divino (divinus, divina)
    divine
  77. exstitisse (exsisto, exsistere, exstiti, -)
    to have arise, emerged
  78. adiungo (adjungo, adjungere, adjunxi, adjunctus)
    I add, attach
  79. eximiam (eximius, eximia, eximium)
    excellent, outstanding
  80. inlustrem (inlustris, inlustre, inlustrior)
    shining, brilliant, illustrious
  81. conformatio (conformatio, conformationis) (f)
    character, constitution
  82. continentissimos (continens, continentis)
    most moderate, restrained
  83. percipiendam (percipio, percipere, percepi, perceptus)
    perceiving; securing
  84. colendamque (colo, colere, colui, cultus)
    fostering, cultivating
  85. se contulissent (confero, conferre, contuli, conlatus)
    they should have aimed themselves, assigned themselves
  86. remissionem (remissio, remissionis) (f)
    release
  87. acuunt (acuo, acuere, acui, acutus)
    they sharpen, spur on
  88. oblectant (oblecto, oblectare, oblectavi, oblectatus)
    they delight, amuse
  89. secundas (secundus, secunda) res
    favourable/fortunate things; prosperity

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