Pro Archia 10 (25) - 12 [end]

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Pro Archia 10 (25) - 12 [end]
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  1. perficere (perficio, perficere, perfeci, perfectus)
    to bring about
  2. petentem (peto, petere, petivi, petitus)
    desiring, asking for
  3. libellum (libellus, libelli (m))
    small book; memorial
  4. subiecisset (subicio, subicere, subjeci, subjectus)
    he should have exposed, put under
  5. longiusculis (us um)
    rather long
  6. praemium -i (n)
    reward, gift
  7. tribui (tribuo, tribuere, tribui, tributus)
    to be granted
  8. sedulitatem (sedulitas, sedulitatis (f))
    painstaking attention
  9. copiam (a -ae (f))
    plentiful supply, copiousness
  10. expetisset (expeto, expetere, expeti, expetitus)
    he should have desired, asked for
  11. impetravisset (impetro, impetrare, impetravi, impetratus)
    he should have obtained
  12. peregrinus a um
    foreign, alien
  13. [11] dissimulandum (dissimulo, dissimulare, dissimulavi, dissimulatus)
    to be concealed, ignored
  14. prae (prep +abl)
    before, in front of
  15. trahimur (traho, trahere, traxi, tractus)
    we are drawn
  16. praedicationem (praedicatio, praedicationis (f))
    announcement, declaration; prediction
  17. despiciunt (despicio, despicere, despexi, despectus)
    they despise, express contempt
  18. carminibus (carmen, carminis (n))
    poems
  19. aditus -us (m)
    the approaches
  20. exornavit (exorno, exornare, exornavi, exornatus)
    he furnished, adorned
  21. comite (comes, comitis (m/f))
    comrade
  22. manubias (manubia, manubiae (f))
    profits
  23. coluerunt (colo, colere, colui, cultus)
    they should take care of, tend to
  24. [12] simulacra (um -i (n))
    likenesses
  25. studiose (adv)
    earnestly, carefully
  26. politam (polio, polire, polivi, politus)
    having been refined
  27. sive...sive
    whether...or
  28. pudore (pudor, pudoris)
    modesty
  29. comprobari (comprobo, comprobare, comprobavi, comprobatus)
    to be approved; to be confirmed
  30. vetustate (vetustas, vetustatis (f))
    long duration; old age
  31. levatus (levo, levare, levavi, levatus)
    having been relieved
  32. profitetur (profiteor, profiteri, professus)
    he declares
  33. confido (confido, confidere, confisus)
    I have confidence
  34. probata esse (probo, probare, probavi, probatus)
    to have been accepted
  35. iudiciali
    ?
  36. iudicium (judicium, judici(i) (n))

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    authority

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