Pro Archia 8 - end

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Pro Archia 8 - end
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  1. agresti (agrestis, agrestis, agreste)
    rustic, savage, wild
  2. venustatem (venustas, venustatis) (f)
    charm, grace, attractiveness
  3. conciliarat (concilio, conciliare, conciliavi, conciliatus)
    obtained, acquired, won over
  4. utar (utor, uti, usus)
    I shall make use of, enjoy
  5. benignitate (benignitas, benignitatis) (f)
    kindness, favour
  6. agerentur (ago, agere, egi, actus)
    they would be delivered, managed, driven
  7. communtatis (commuto, commutare, commutavi, commutatus)
    having been replaced, changed
  8. accurate (adv)
    carefully, accurately
  9. probari (probo, probare, probavi, probatus)
    to be approved, esteemend
  10. diligam (diligo, diligere, dilexi, dilectus)
    I value, regard, hold dear
  11. doctrina (doctrina, doctrinae (f))
    teaching, instruction, principle
  12. arte (ars, artis (f))
    skill, method, science
  13. constare (consto, constare, constiti, constatus)
    to consist of
  14. valere (valeo, valere, valui, valitus)
    to be strong, prevail
  15. munere (munus, muneris (n))
    gift, service
  16. commendati  (commendo, commendare, commendavi, commendatus)
    entrusted
  17. solitudines (solitudo, solitudinis (f))
    wildernesses
  18. immanes (immanis, immane)
    savage
  19. consistunt (consisto, consistere, constiti, constitus)
    Distinguish: consto, constare, constiti, constatus)
    they pause, halt
  20. instituti (instituo, instituere, institui, institutus)
    set up, established
  21. vindicant (vindico, vindicare, vindicavi, vindicatus)
    they claim
  22. repetunt (repeto, repetere, repetivi, repetitus)
    repeat, but also: claim, recall, demand back
  23. delubrum (delubrum, delubri (n))
    sanctuary, shrine
  24. [9] expetunt (expeto, expetere, expeti, expetitus)
    they ask for, desire
  25. repudiamus (repudio, repudiare, repudiavi, repudiatus)
    reject, scorn
  26. contulerit (confero, conferre, contuli, collatus)
    he conferred, bestowed
  27. iucundus (jucundus, jucunda)
    congenial
  28. praeconium (praeconium, praeconi(i) (n))
    praise, proclamation
  29. acroama (acroama, acroamatis (f))
    entertainment
  30. praedicaretur (praedico, praedicare, praedicavi, praedicatus)
    it is praised, proclaimed
  31. item (adv)
    also, similarly
  32. eximie (eximius, eximia, eximium)
    excellent, special
  33. dilexit (diligo, diligere, dilexi, dilectus)
    he held dear, esteemed
  34. aperuit (aperio, aperire, aperui, apertus)
    it explained, uncovered
  35. vallatum (vallo, vallare, vallavi, vallatus)
    having been surrounded, fortified
  36. fudit (fundo, fundere, fudi, fusus)
    he/it poured, scattered
  37. ore (os, oris (n))
    mouth, jaw
  38. faucibus (faux, faucis (f))
    chasm; gaping jaws/maw
  39. ereptam (eripio, eripere, eripui, ereptus)
    having been rescued, snatched away
  40. dimicante (dimico, dimicare, dimicavi, dimicatus)
    struggling, fighting
  41. classis (classis, classis (f))
    fleet
  42. depressa (deprimo, deprimere, depressi, depressus)
    having been sunk
  43. tropaea (tropaeum, tropaei (n))
    victories
  44. efferuntur (effero, efferre, extuli, elatus)
    they were brought out, exploited
  45. perficere (perficio, perficere, perfeci, perfectus)
    to bring about
  46. petentem (peto, petere, petivi, petitus)
    desiring, asking for
  47. libellum (libellus, libelli (m))
    small book; memorial
  48. subiecisset (subicio, subicere, subjeci, subjectus)
    he should have exposed, put under
  49. longiusculis (us um)
    rather long
  50. praemium -i (n)
    reward, gift
  51. tribui (tribuo, tribuere, tribui, tributus)
    to be granted
  52. sedulitatem (sedulitas, sedulitatis (f))
    painstaking attention
  53. copiam (a -ae (f))
    plentiful supply, copiousness
  54. expetisset (expeto, expetere, expeti, expetitus)
    he should have desired, asked for
  55. impetravisset (impetro, impetrare, impetravi, impetratus)
    he should have obtained
  56. peregrinus a um
    foreign, alien
  57. [11] dissimulandum (dissimulo, dissimulare, dissimulavi, dissimulatus)
    to be concealed, ignored
  58. prae (prep +abl)
    before, in front of
  59. trahimur (traho, trahere, traxi, tractus)
    we are drawn
  60. praedicationem (praedicatio, praedicationis (f))
    announcement, declaration; prediction
  61. despiciunt (despicio, despicere, despexi, despectus)
    they despise, express contempt
  62. carminibus (carmen, carminis (n))
    poems
  63. aditus -us (m)
    the approaches
  64. exornavit (exorno, exornare, exornavi, exornatus)
    he furnished, adorned
  65. comite (comes, comitis (m/f))
    comrade
  66. manubias (manubia, manubiae (f))
    profits
  67. coluerunt (colo, colere, colui, cultus)
    they should take care of, tend to
  68. [12] simulacra (um -i (n))
    likenesses
  69. studiose (adv)
    earnestly, carefully
  70. politam (polio, polire, polivi, politus)
    having been refined
  71. sive...sive
    whether...or
  72. pudore (pudor, pudoris)
    modesty
  73. comprobari (comprobo, comprobare, comprobavi, comprobatus)
    to be approved; to be confirmed
  74. vetustate (vetustas, vetustatis (f))
    long duration; old age
  75. levatus (levo, levare, levavi, levatus)
    having been relieved
  76. profitetur (profiteor, profiteri, professus)
    he declares
  77. confido (confido, confidere, confisus)
    I have confidence
  78. probata esse (probo, probare, probavi, probatus)
    to have been accepted
  79. iudiciali
    ?
  80. iudicium (judicium, judici(i) (n))

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    authority

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