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Maximus, i, m. See Fabius.

mědiocriter, adv., in a slight measure ;

mediocriter, exceedingly, 39. [mediocris ; medius.]

mědius, a, um, adj., middle, in the middle; medius collis, the middle of the hill. [uédos.]

měmória, ae, f., memory; memoria tenēre = remember. [memor; cp. memini, reminiscor.]

mens, ntis, f., mind. [root MEN ; cp. memini, memor.]

mensis, is, m., month. [MA, measurc; lit. measure of time.]

mercātor, oris, m., trader. (mercor

trade ; merx, wares.]

mercēs, ēdis, f., pay. (merco = earn.]

měreo, ére, ui, Itum, v. a.; měreor, ēri, ilus, v. dep., earn, win, deserve ; optime merens, 45.

měrīdiēs, ei, m., mid-day, south. [= medidies, from medius dies.]

měritum, i, n., good deed, service ; abl. merito, by the desert, 14. (mereo.]

Messāla, ae, m., Marcus Messala, Roman Consul B.C. 61; 2, 35.

mētior, iri, mensus, v. dep., measure out; frumentum militibus. [root ma.]

Mettius, i, m., Marcus Mettius, envoy of Caesar to Ariovistus, by whom he was detained, but at last rescued, 47, 53.

mīlēs, Yțis, w., soldier.

militāris, e, adj., military ; res militaris, military tactics, 21. (miles.]

milia, ium, pl. subst., thousands.

millă, card. adj., a thousand. [perlı, root MIL =

unite.] minime, minimum, least, not at all; minime saepe, least often.

minimus, a, um, adj., smallest, least.

minor, us, adj., smaller, less.

minuo, ere, ui, ūtum, v. a., lessen, diminish. [cp. minor.].

minus, adv., less, the less; W. ABL. of comparison, quo, eo, nihilo, etc, [minor.]

miror, ari, atus, v. dep., wonder, wonder at. (mirus.]

mīrus, a, um, adj., wonder.. ful.

misér, era, Črum, adj., wretched, deplorable ; m. fortupa, 32.

misěror, ari, atus, v. dep., pity, bewail. (miscr.]

mitto, ere, misi, missum, V. a., send ; misit qui cognoscerent, sent men to noitre.

modo, adv., only, just; non modo... sed etiam, not only.. but also. [orig. abl. of modus.]

modus, i, m., limit, measure, manner, fashion; mirum in modum, in wonderful fashion.

mõlimentum, i, n., effort, exertion, 34. [molio, moles = mass.]

molo, ère, ui, Itum, V. a., grind ; cibaria, 5. (mola.]




mčneo, ēre, ui, Itum, v. a., advise, remind. [root MEN; cp. memor, memini.]

mons, ntis, m., mountain. [perh. cp. mineo project.]

mõrior, i, mortuus, v. dep., die. [cp. morbus, marcco.]

măror, ari, atus, v. dep., delay. [mora.]

mors, rtis, f., death. [morior.]

mortuus, a, um, part., dead. (mors.]

mos, mõris, m., custom, usu. plural. [op. MA = measure.]

mčveo, ère, mõvi, mötum, V. a., move, stir, dislodge. [cp. muto.]

múlier, čris, f., [perh. mollior, comp. of mollis.]

multitūdo, Inis, f., crowd, large number; pro multitudine, considering their population. [multus.]

multo, abl. w. comparatives, much ; multo facilius, much easier. [multus.]

multum, adv., much, a great part, very. [multus.]

multus, a, um, adj., much ; plural, many : multo die, late in the day; qua multa utebatur, which he used largely.

mūnio, ire, ivi, itum, v. a., fortify. [lit. to wall; moenia.]

mūnītio, onis, f., fortifying, 49; concrete, rampart, 8. [munio.]

mūnus, eris, n., duty, performance; present. [cp. mcenia, munis, etc.]

mūrus, i, m., wall. [root MU; cp. moenia, munus.]

nacia, supine stem of nan. ciscor.

nam, conj., for. [acc. fem. ; cp. ne (verily), num.]

Nammeius, i, m., a Helvetian noble cent as ambassador to Cacsar.

namquě, conj., for. [namque.]

nanciscor, i, nactus, v. dep., get, obtain. [cp. necesse.]

Nasua, ae, m., chieftain of the Suevi.

nātio, onis, f., nation. [root GNA; cp. nascor.]

nātura, ae, f., nature, character. [root gna.]

nāvīcŭla, ae, f., small ship, boat. (navis.]

nāvis, is, f., ship; navis longa, ship of war. [op. vaûs.]

nē, conj., in order that not, lest; timore ne, from fear lest ; not (w. imperatives): ne committeret (or. obl.), let him not, etc.; nuntios misit ne eos iuvarent, i.e. to forbid their helping them; deterrere ne conferant, frighten from contributing, 17; ne quis, that no one; ne... quidem, not even. -ně, enclitic interrog. parti

. an, whether ... or. něc (něquě), conj., and not, nor ; nec (neque) (neque), neither, nor. [neque.]

něcessārio, adv., unavoidlably. [necessarius.]

něcessārius, a, um, ailj., necessary, urgent (tam neces. sario tempore, at so urgent a

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crisis), related ; subst. něces- nöbilstās, átis, f., nolvility. sārius, i, m., kinsman. [nc-| [nobilis.] cesse.]

nóceo, ēre, ui, v. n., a'n harmněcessitūdo, inis, f., relation-ful, injure; (w. DAT.) ship, intimacy. [necesse.] noctu, adv., by night. [uox.) nec-ně, conj., or not (in nocturnus, a,

um, adj., second clause of indirect dis- nightly, by night. [nox.] junctive question), 50.

nölo, nolle, nõlui, v. n., an něco, are, avi (ui), atum, unwilling. [non, volo.] V. a., kill, put to death.

nõmen, inis, n., name, title ; neg-lègo, ere, xi, ctum, v. a., capere nomen, win a (bad) overlook, omit, despise. [nec-, name. [rt. GNA; cp. nobilis.] lego; cp. negotium.]

nominatim, adv., by name, něgo, are, avi, atum, v. a., 29. [nomen.] deny, refuse; negat se posse, non, adv., not. [orig. nocsays that he cannot. [ne, aio.] num, i.e. ne, oenum (unum).]

něgotium, i, n., business, nõnägintā, card. adj., ninety. effort, matter. [nec, otium.] non-dum, adv., not yet.

Nemētes, um, m., a tribe of non-nullus, a, um, adj., Germans in Ariovistus's army some; usu. pl. who lived east of the Rhine. non-numquam, adv., some:

nēmo, neminem, m. f., no one. times. [ne, hemo (h:omo).]

Noreia, ae, f., town of the něquě. Sce néc.

Norici, now Neumarkt, in nē-quiquam, adv., in vain. Styria. [nec, quiquam.]

Norğcus, a, um, Noric, of the nervus, i, m., sinew; pl. Norici; N. ager, later Styria.

nos, plural of ego. neu, nē-vě, conj., nor, and noster, tra, trum, adj., our, not.

ours; pl. nostri, orum, m., nex, něcis, f., (violent) death.

our men, i.e. the Romans. nihil, n., nihilum, i, n., nóvem, card. adj., nine ; at nothing. [ne, hilum = not a c. 8, decem novem, nineteen. bit.]

novus, a, um, adj., new; nihilo, abl., by nothing ; novae res, a revolution ; novisnihilominus, none the less. simum agmen, the rear. nil = nihil.

nox, ctis, f., night; ad mulnisi, conj., if not, unless. tam noctem, late into the

nitor, i, nisus (nixus), v. night. dep., rely upon, strive.

nūbo, ere, psi, ptum, v. n., nobilis, e, adj., noble, re- veil; (w. Dar.) nubere viro nowned. [root GNA; cp. no- (of the wman), to marry a men.)

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nūdus, a, um, adj., naked, ob-sěcro, are, avi, atum, v. a., exposed ; nudo corpore pug- beseech. [ob, sacro.] naire, i.e. unprotected by the ob-servo, are, ari, atum, v. a., shield.

note, mark, observe. nullus, a, um, adj., no, none; ob-ses, Idis, m. f., hostage. subst., no one (g. nullius, d. [ob, sedeo.] nulli). [ne, ullus.]

ob-signo, are, avi, atum, v. a., num, interrog. particle (ex- seal. pecting answer no, and esp. ob-stringo, ere, nxi, stricin Rhetorical questions); num tum, v. a., bind. posse se, could he, etc., 14. ob-tineo, ēro, ui, tentum, [See nam.]

v. a., hold. [teneo.] nůměrus, i, m., number, ac- oc-cāsus, ūs, m., setting of count. [.p. véuw=distribute.] the sun), west. [oo-cido; ob,

numquam, adv., never. [ne, cădo.] umquam.]

oc-cīdo, ere, di, sum, v. a., nunc, adv., now. [cp. vûv, kill, slay. [ob, caedo.] demonstr. affix -ce; cp. hicce.] oc-culto, are, avi, atum, v.a.,

nuntio, are, avi, atum, v. a., hide. announce, tell, report. [nun- oc-cultus, a, um, adj., secret, tius.]

hidden; in occulto, in hiding. nuntius, i, m., messenger, oc-cŭpo, are, avi, atum, v. a., message. [novi-ventius.] seize, get, occupy, engage. [ob,

nūper, adv., lately. [cp. căpio.] novum-per; cp. semper.]

OC-curro, ère, i, sum, v. n., nütus, ūs, m., nod, hint; ad meet, oppose, hinder, prevent. nufum, according to his will. [ob, curro.] [nus nod.]

ocěănus, i, m., ocean, i.e. the

Atlantic. ob, prep. W. ACC., on account Ocelum, i, n., town of the of ; ob eam rem (quam ob Graioceli in Cisalpine Gaul, rem), on that account. [cp. now Qult. επί.]

octo, card. adj., eight. ob-aerātus, a, um, adj., in octo - děcim, card. adj., debt; subst. -i

, m., a debtor, 4. eighteen. [ob, aes (aeris).]

octogintā, card. adj., eighty. ob-icio, ère, ob-iệci, ob-iec- öcủlus, i, m., eye, eyesight. tum, v. a., throw in the way, ödi, perf. (w. pres. signif.), expose. [ob, iăcio.]

hate. ob-iectus, a, um, part., lying of-fendo, ere, i, sum, v. a., in the way, exposed to.

stumble against, offend ; offenob-līviscor, i, oblītus, v. dep., dere animum, hurt the feelings. forget. [cp. llvere.]

[ob, fendo.]

of-fonsio, önis, f., offence; bēre orationem, deliver a speech. sine offensione animi, without [oro.] hurting the feelings. [of-fendo.] ordo, Inis, m., arrangement,

of-ficium, i, n., duty, sense order, rank : used by Caesar of duty, office; ab officio disce- = centuria. dere, forget his allegiance ; pro Orgětórix, Ygis, m., a noble magnis officiis, in return for of the Helvetii who tried to great services. [ob, facio.] establish himself as king, but

omnino, adv., altogether, at who was detected and brought all. [omnis.]

to trial, and committed suicide. omnis, e, adj., all, every ; oriens, ntis, m., rising (sup. omnis Gallia, Gaul as a whole. ply sol), east.

op-, defective, f., help, aid; órior, iri, ortus, v. dep., riss. pl. õpes, um, resources, wealth, ornāmentum, i, n., decorainfluence.

tion. [orno.) športet, ēre, uit, v. impers., oro, are, avi, atum, v. a., beg, it behoves ; w. ACo. of pers. pray. [opus need.]

os-tendo, ere, i, tum, v. a., oppidum, i, n., town, strong- show, point out. [obs, tendo.,) hold, esp. a walled town as opp. to vicus, a village. [ob, P. = Publius. pedum = on the plain.]

pābūlātio, onis, f., foraging. opportūnus, a, um, adj., con- [rout Pa; cp. pasco.] venient, suitable. [ob, portus pābólum, i, n., food for : before the harbour.]

cattle, fodder. [root pa.] op-primo, ere, pressi, pres- pācātus, a, um, part., subsum, v. a., overwhelm, crush, dued. overpower. [ob, prěmo.]

pāco, are, avi, atum, v. 8., op-pugno, are, avi, atum, pacify, subdue. [pax.] v. a., attack. [ob, pugno.] paene, adv., almost.

optimē, adv., very well, ex- pāgus, i, m., village, canton. cellently.

pălam, adv., openly. [acc. optimus, a, um adj., best, of root Pal, cp. plānus; cl-am.] most excellent.

pălūs, ūdis, marsh, mora88. õpus, n. indecl., need ; si [cp. annos

(op. maós = mud, pool.] quid ipsi a Caesare opus esset, pando, ere, i, passum (panif he wanted anything from sum), v. a., spread open. [cp. Caesar ; si quid opus facto pateo.] esset, if there should be any par, păris, adj., equal. need of their active service. pāreo, ēre, ui, itum, v. n.,

õpus, eris, work; esp. mili- obey (w. DAT.). [intr. form of tary works.

paro, pario : bring forth.] örātio, ōnis, f., speech; ha- păro, are, avi, atum, v. a.,

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