In Cat 1: 8 - 13

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In Cat 1: 8 - 13
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  1. emori (emorior, emori, emortuus)
    to die
  2. suppliciis (supplicium, supplici(i)) (n)
    Distinguish: supplex, supplicis
    punishment
  3. debitis (debeo, debere, debui, debitus)
    you ought/should
  4. ereptam (eripio, eripere, eripui, ereptus)
    having been rescued; snatched away
  5. mandare (mando, mandare, mandavi, mandatus)
    to entrust, command, put in hand
  6. refer (refero, referre, rettuli, relatus)
    bring! propose!
  7. decreverit (decerno, decernere, decrevi, decretus)
    it should vote, decide, resolve
  8. obtemperaturum esse (obtempero, obtemperare, obtemperavi, obtemperatus)
    going to be submissive, obey
  9. vox, vocis (f)
    voice, but also 'expression'
  10. ecquid (adv)
    at all?
  11. animadvertis (animadverto, animadvertere, animadverti, animadversus)
    you judge; notice
  12. voluntatem (voluntas, voluntatis) (f)
    wish, will, desire
  13. intulisset (infero, inferre, intuli, illatus)
    it would have advanced
  14. probant (probo, probare, probavi, probatus)
    they approve, assent
  15. decernunt (decerno, decernere, decrevi, decretus)
    they decide, judge, vote for
  16. cara (carus, cara)
    precious, dear
  17. vilissima (vilis, vilis, vile)
    cheapest, most common
  18. frequentiam (frequentia, frequentiae) (f)
    crowd, great gathering
  19. exaudire (exaudio, exaudire, exaudivi, exauditus)
    to hear clearly, hear from afar
  20. adducam (adduco, adducere, adduxi, adductus)
    I bring, lead; persuade
  21. prosequantur (prosequor, prosequi, prosecutus)
    they escort, pursue
  22. praestolarentur (praestolor, praestolari, praestolatus)
    they expect
  23. aquilam (aquila, aquilae) (mf)
    eagle
  24. confido (confido, confidere, confisus) (semi dep_
    I believe, am confident, trust
  25. funestam (funestus, funesta, funestum)
    fatal
  26. sacrarium (sacrarium, sacrari(i)) (n)
    sanctuary, shrine
  27. carere (careo, carere, carui, caritus)
    to lack, miss
  28. altaribus (altar, altaris) (n)
    altars
  29. [10] rapiebat (rapio, rapere, rapui, raptus)
    it was dragging, hurrying
  30. peperit (pario, parere, peperi, partus)
    it bore, created, produced
  31. amentiam (amentia, amentiae (f))
    folly, madness; infatuation
  32. servavit (servo, servare, additional, forms)

    (Distinguish: servio, servire, servivi, servitus)
    it protected

    (serve, be a slave)
  33. otium -i (n)
    peace, quiet
  34. nactus es (nanciscor, nancisci, nanctus)
    you have obtained
  35. conflatam (conflo, conflare, conflavi, conflatus)
    having stirred up, ignited
  36. improborum (us a um)
    vile, shameless
  37. perfruere (perfruor, perfrui, perfructus)
    to enjoy
  38. bacchabere (bacchor, bacchari, bacchatus)
    to revel, run wild
  39. meditati sunt (meditor, meditari, meditatus)
    they have planned, considered
  40. humi (humus, -i (n))
    ground, earth
  41. iacere (jaceo, jacere, jacui, jacitus)
    Distinguish: jacio, jacere, jeci, jactus
    • to sit, lie down
    • (throw, hurl)
  42. obsidendum (obsideo, obsidere, obsedi, obsessus)
    besieging, occupying
  43. stuprum -i (n)
    unclean desire
  44. facinus -i (n)
    crime, outrage
  45. obeundum (obeo, obire, obivi(ii), obitus) (gerundive)
    attending to
  46. maritorum (maritus -i (m))
    husbands
  47. otiosorum (otiosus, otiosi (m))
    private citizens?
  48. ostentes (ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostensus)
    you show
  49. famis (fames, famis) (f)
    hunger
  50. inopiae (inopia, inopiae) (f)
    lack, need
  51. confectum esse (conficio, conficere, confeci, confectus)
    to be consumed, subdued
  52. exsul -is (mf)
    exile
  53. susceptum esse (suscipio, suscipere, suscepi, susceptus)
    to have been undertaken
  54. latrocinium -i (n)
    piracy
  55. nominaretur (nomino, nominare, nominavi, nominatus)

    ///
    it should be called
  56. querimoniam (a -ae (f))
    complaint
  57. detester (detestor, detestari, detestatus)
    I may ward off; (detest)
  58. deprecer (deprecor, deprecari, deprecatus)
    I may avert (by prayer)
  59. percipite (percipio, percipere, percepi, perceptus)
    perceive! understand!
  60. quaeso (quaeso, quaesere, -, -)
    I beg
  61. penitus a um
    deep, inward
  62. mandate (mando, mandare, mandavi, mandatus)
    entrust! commission! put in hand!
  63. comperisti (comperio, comperire, comperi, compertus)
    you have found
  64. evocatorem (evocator, evocatoris (m))
    instigator
  65. immissus (immitto, immittere, immisi, immissus)
    having been allowed, let in
  66. vincla (vinclum, vincli (n))
    chains; imprisonment
  67. supplicio (supplicium, supplici(i) (n))
    Distinguish: supplex, supplicis (m))
    • punishment
    • (suppliant)
  68. mactari (macto, mactare, mactavi, mactatus)
    to be slaughtered
  69. mosne (mos, moris (m))
    custom
  70. multarunt (multo, multare, multavi, multatus)
    they punished
  71. defecerunt (deficio, deficere, defeci, defectus)
    they have rebelled
  72. refers (refero, referre, rettuli, relatus)
    you give, pay back
  73. mature (adv)
    early, quickly
  74. gradus -us (m)
    position
  75. pertimescenda (pertimesco, pertimescere, pertimui, -) (gerundive)
    being sorely afraid
  76. tecta (tectum, tecti (n))
    houses
  77. ardebunt (ardeo, ardere, arsi, arsus)
    they are burning, blazing
  78. [12] usuram (a -ae (f))
    use, enjoyment
  79. complurium (complus, (gen.), compluris)
    (of) many
  80. honestarunt (honesto, honestare, honestavi, honestatus)
    they adorned, honoured
  81. redundaret (redundo, redundare, redundavi, redundatus)
    it should overflow
  82. verendum (vereor, vereri, veritus)
    dreading, fearing
  83. impenderet (impendeo, impendere, -, -)_
    it should threaten, overhang
  84. dissimulent (dissimulo, dissimulare, dissimulavi, dissimulatus)
    they hide, ignore
  85. aluerunt (alo, alere, alui, alitus)
    they fed, nourished
  86. conroboraverunt (conroboro, conroborare, conroboravi, conroboratus)
    they strengthened
  87. improbi (us a um)
    disloyal, wicked
  88. imperiti (us a um)
    unfamiliar, inexperienced
  89. animadvertissem (animadverto, animadvertere, animadverti, animadversus)
    I should judge, punish
  90. crudeliter (adv)
    cruelly, savagely
  91. regie (adv)
    tyrannically?
  92. stultum (us a um)
    stupid, foolish
  93. fateatur (fateor, fateri, fassus)
    Distinguish: facio, facere, feci, factus
    • acknowledge; +acc = confess
    • (do)
  94. paulisper (adv)
    for a short time
  95. reprimi (reprimo, reprimere, repressi, repressus)
    to be restrained
  96. comprimi (comprimo, comprimere, compressi, compressus)
    to be suppressed
  97. undique (adv)
    all over, everywhere
  98. conlectos
    collected
  99. naufragos (us a um)
    ruined
  100. stirps -is (f)
    lineage, character
  101. [13] versamur (versor, versari, versatus)
    we are, we live
  102. tolletur (tollo, tollere, sustuli, sublatus)
    he is remove
  103. fortasse (adv)
    perhaps
  104. relevati esse
    to be relieved
  105. visceribus (viscer, visceris) (n)
    innermost parts, entrails
  106. aestu (us us (m))
    fire, burning
  107. febrique (is is (f))
    fever
  108. reliquis (reliquus, reliqua, reliquum)
    remaining, surviving
  109. secernant (secerno, secernere, secrevi, secretus)
    they separate
  110. denique (adv)
    in fact, in the end
  111. desinant
  112. insidiari
  113. obsidere
  114. curiam
  115. malleolos

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