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a, ab, abs

(prep+ abl.) 1. from, away from 2. at in on 3. by 4. in respect to after

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a tergo

in the rear

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ab milibus passuum duobus

two miles away

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ac

and

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accido, accidere, accidi, -----

fall to; befall; happen, occur

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accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptum

accept; take

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Acestes, Acestae

(m) king in Sicily

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ad

(prep +acc) 1. to, toward, against 2. at near 3. for (the purpose of) 4. (numbers) up to, about 5. (time) up to, until, at on 6. after, according to, among

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adsum, adesse, adfui

be present, assist (+dat)

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adventus, adventus

(m.) arrival, approach

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Aeneas, Aeneae, (acc) Aenean

(m.) Trojan prince, son of Venus and Anchises, hero of the Aenid

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aequor, aequoris

(n.) sea, waves; (level) plain

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age, agite (ago)

up! come! lead on!

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ager, agri

(m.) field, territory

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agmen, agminis

(n.) army, line, troop; course

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ago, agere, egi, actus

lead, drive, do, treat, pass, conduct

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aliquis, aliquid

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aliqui, aliqua, aliquod

(indefinite pronoun) someone, something; anyone, anything

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alius, alia, aliud,(gen.) alius

another, other

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alius... alius

one... another; some... others

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alter, altera, alterum

the other; second; the one

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alter... alter

the one... the other

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alteri ... alteri

the one (group) ... the other

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aio, ais, ait; aiunt

say, speak, assert

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altus, a, um

(adj) high, lofty, deep

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Ambiorix, Ambiorigis

(m.) Ambiorix, the king of Eburones

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amor, amoris

(m.) love, passion, desire

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Anchises, Anchisae; (acc.) Achisen

(m.) Trojan Prince, father of Aeneas

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anima, animae

(f.) air, breath, life, soul, shade

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animus, animi

(m.) soul, spirit, breath, courage; anger, pride; purpose, thought

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annus, anni

(m.) year

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ante

(adv.) before, previously (prep + acc) before, in front of

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antiquus, a, um

(adj) ancient, old, aged, former, of olden times, time-honored

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apud

(prep + acc)

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at, among, at the house of, near

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ara, arae

(f.) altar

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arbitror, arbitrari, arbitratus sum

decide, think believe

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ardeo, ardere, arsi, arsus

burn, be eager

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arma, armorum

(n. pl.) arms, weapons; equipment, tools

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arvum, arvi

(n.) plowed land, field, region

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arx, arcis

(f.) citadel, fort; height, hill

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at, ast

(conjunction) but, at least, yet, however

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ater, atra, atrum

(adj) black, gloomy, deadly

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atque, ac

(conj) and, also; and also, and even, as, than

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audio, audire, audivi, auditus

hear, hear of, hearken

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aura, aurae

(f.) breeze, air; favor; light

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aurum, auri

(n.) gold

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aut

(conj) or

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aut... aut

either ... or

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autem

however, but,

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Belgae, Belgarum

(m.) the Belgae

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bellum, belli

(n) war

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Britannia, Britanniae

(f.) Britannia, Britain

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caelum, caeli

(n.) sky, heaven; weather

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Caesar, Caesaris

(m) Gaius Julius Caesar; Lucius Julius Caesar (a lieutenant)

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campus, campi

(m.) plain, field, level surface

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capio, capere, cepi, captum

take, capture, catch

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casus, casus

(m.) chance, misfortune; fall

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cerno, cernere, crevi, cretus

discern, perceive, understand, decide; fight

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caput, capitis

(n.) head; summit; life, person

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cirum

(prep +acc) around , about, at near

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clamor, clamoris

(m.) shout, roar, applause

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classis, classis

(f.) fleet, army, ship

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collem capere

take a position on a hill

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fugam capere

take to flight

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comes, comitis

(m/f) comrade, follower

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coniunx, coniugis

(m/f) husband, wife

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corpus, corporis

(n.) body, corpse, form

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castra, castrorum

(n. pl.) (fortified) camp

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castra facere

pitch camp

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castra ponere

pitch camp

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castra movere

break camp

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causa, causae

(f.) cause, reason, motive, situation, case

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causam dicere

to plead a case

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causa + genitive

for the sake, for the purpose of

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celeritas, celeritatis

(f.) speed, swiftness

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certus, a, um

(adj.) certain, sure, fixed

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certiorem facere

inform

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certior fieri

be informed

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Cicero, Ciceronis

(m.) Quintus Tullius Cicero (a lieutenant)

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circiter

(adv.) about around near

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circumvenio, circumvenire, circumveni, circumventus

surround, cut off

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civitas, civitatis

(f.) citizenship

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coepi, coepisse,

began, undertook

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coeptus

(perf, participle) begun

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cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi, cognitum

learn, study (perfect) know

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cogo, cogere, coegi, coactum

collect, assemble, force, compel

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cohors, cohortis

(f.) cohort

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colloco, collocare, collocavi, collocatus

place, set, station; arrange

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colloquor, colloqui, collocutus sum

speak with, have a conference

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communis, commune

(adj.) common, general

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res communis

the common interest

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consilium, consilii

(n.) deliberation; counsel, advice, plan, course of action; judgement, wisdom; council,

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publico consilio

by action of the state

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consilium capere/inire

form a plan

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consilium habere

think, consider

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constituo, constituere, constitui, constitutum

set up, construct, appoint, decide, decree, establish; draw up

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consuesco, consuescere, consuevi, consuetum

become used to, be accustomed

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consuestus

(perf participle) accustomed, usual

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contineo, continere, continui, contentum

hold, keep, restrain; bound, shut up, contain

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