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cônātus, ūs, m., attempt. [co- dep., meet with, fight. (grănor.]

dior.] con-cēdo, ĕre, cessi, cessum, con-icio, ĕre, iēci, iectum, V. a., grant, allow; conceden- V. a., hurl; c. in cătenas, throw dum non putabat, thought into chains. [con, iăcio.] permission ought not to be con-iect-, supine stem of given.

con-icio. con-cīdo, ĕre, cīdi, cīsum, con-iungo, ĕre, nxi, nctum,

a., cut to pieces. [con, V. a., join; c. se, effect a junccaedo.]

tion, 37. con-cilio, are, avi, atum, v. a., con-iūratio, onis, f., conspiwin over, bring about, procure. racy. [con, iūro = swear.] [concilium.]

conor, ari, atus, v. dep., try, con-cilium, i, n., assembly, attempt. meeting. [rt. CAL =

call.] con-quiro, ere, quīsīvi, quicon-clāmo, are, avi, atum, sītum, v. a., search out, seels V. a., shout out.

after. [quaero.] con-curro, ere, i, sum, V. n., con-sanguineus, a, um, adj., run together, run in a body. kin-; pl. kinsmen. [sanguis.]

con-cursus, ūs, m., running con-scisco, ere, scivi, scītum, together, massing. [concurro.] V. a., determine; mortem sibi

con-dício, onis, f., state (of conscivit, brought about his mind or body), terms. [con- own death. [scio.] dīco.]

con-scius, a, um, adj., concon-dono, are, avi, atum, scious. [scio.] V. a., forgive.

con-scrībo, ere, psi, ptum, con-dūco, ère, si, ctum, v. a., V. a., enrol, levy. bring together.

con-sensus, ūs, m., agreecon-féro, ferre, tăli, colla- ment, consent. [consentio.] tum, v. a., bring together, com- con-séquor, i, sécūtus, v. pare, attribute to; C. se, betake dep., follow up, pursue, oboneself, 26; c. culpam, lay the tain. Vlame.

con-sido, ĕre, sēdi, sessum, con-fertus, a, um, adj., V. n., take up a station, settle. crowded. [confercio.]

con-silium, i, n., plan, councon-ficio, ére, fēci, fectum, cil of war. [rt. SED = sit.] V. &o, do, accomplish. [facio.] con-sõlor, ari, atus, v. dep.,

con-fido, ĕre, fisus, v. n., comfort. semi-dep., Irust.

con-spectus, üs, m., sight. con-firmo, are, avi, atum, [conspicio.] v. a., fix, strengthen, encourage, con-spicio, ère, spexi, specassert.

tum, V. a., behold, observe. con-grědior, i, gressus, y [con, spécio.]

con-spicor, ari, atus, v. dep., contrā, prep.w. Acc., against; ke, descry.

adverb, in reply, on the concon-stantia, ae, f., firmness. trary. [con, sto.]

contrăbo, ère, traxi, tractum, con-stituo, ère, ui, ūtum, V. a., bring together, collect. V.a., draw up, station, arrange, con-tămēlia, ae, f., insult, appoint ; v. n., resolve. [con, affront. [con, tắmeo = swell." atătuo.]

con-věnio, ire, vēni, ventum, consuesco, ère, suēvi, suē. V. n., come together, agree. tum, v. n., accustom oneself, con-ventus, ūs, m., meeting; grow accustomed ; in perf., pl. assizes, 54. [convénio.] become accustomed.

con-verto, ère, i, sum., V. a., consuesse, perf. inf. of con- turn; c. signa, face round, 25: suesco.

pass., be changed ; in fugam consuētūdo, Înis, f., custon, c., put to flight ; itỉněre conusage. [consuesco.]

verso, with changed route. consul, ülis, m., consul, one con-vinco, ère, vīci, victum, of the two chief magistrates of V. a., prove conclusively. the Roman State. [rt. SED = con-voco, are, avi, atum, sit.]

V. a., call together, summon. consúlātus, ūs, m., office of copia, ae, f., plenty; plural, consul, consulate. [cousul.] forces, supplies , copiam facere,

consólo, ere, ui, tum, v. a., to supply, 28. [co-, op-; cp. take counsel.

õpes.] consultum, i, n., resolution ; copiosus, a, um, adj., wellesp. in phr. senatūs consultum, supplied, rich. [copia.] decree of the Senate.

coram, adv., in person, 32. con-sūmo, čre, psi, ptum, [co-; õs, õris.] V. a., use up, destroy, waste. cornu, ūs, n., horn; of an

contendo, ere, i, tum, v. n., army, wing. strive, 1; endeavour, hasten. corpus, oris, n., body.

contentio, onis, f., rivalry, coss., i.e. consules or concontest. [contendo.]

sulibus. continenter, adv., continu- cotidiānus, a, um, adj., daily. ously, without interruption. Crassus, i, m., (1)M. Licinius [contineo.]

Crassus, triumvir with Caesar contineo, ēre, ui, tentum, and Pompey, fell B.C. 53, V. a., bound, restrain.

against the Parthians, 21; (2) contingo, ere, tîgi, tactum, his son, who also fell in thé V. a., touch, extend to; V. n., Parthian

war, commanded happen. [con, tango.]

Caesar's horse, 52. continuus, a, um, adj., suc- crěmo, are, avi, atum, V. am cessive, unbroken. [contineo.] burn.

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creo, are, avi, atum, v. a., appoint, make.

cresco, ĕre, crēvi, crētum, V. n., grow larger, increase.

crīnis, is, m., hair.

cruciatus, ūs, m., torture, 31. (crůcio.]

crūdēlitas, ātis, f., cruelty. [crūdēlis.] crüdēlítěr, adv., cruelly.

cultus, ūs, m., civilization. [còlo.]

cum, prep. W. ABL., with, together with.

cum (also written quum), conj., when, since, although ; cum... tum, both ... and.

củpidē, adv., eagerly; cupidius, 15, too eagerly. [củpidus.]

củpiditās, ātis, f., longing, eagerness, desire. [cŭpĭdus.]

củpid-ius, -issimē, comp. and sup. of cupide.

củpidus, a, um, adj., eager for, desirous of. [củpio.]

cặpio, ère, ivi, itum, v. a., desire; c. alicui, to desire a person's good, 18.

cur, adv., why. [quā-rē.]

cūra, ae, f., care, anxiety; haec sibi esse curae, that he w18 anxious for these things, 40.

cūro, are, avi, atum, v. a., take care of, provide, see (that a thing is done). (cūra.]

cursus, ūs, m., running, speed, 48.

[curro.] custos, õdis, m. f., guard, keeper. [cf. scūtum shield.]

damno, are, avi, atum, v. A., condemn. [damnum = dăminum, obsolete part. of dare.]

dē, prep. w. ABL., from, 31; of the number of, 15; concerning, 7, 14, 18, 27.

dēbeo, ēre, ui, Ytum, v. A., owe ; d. facere, I ought to do. [dē, håbeo.]

dē-cēdo, ere, cessi, cessum, v. n., depart.

děcem, card. adj., ten.

de-certo, are, avi, atum, v. n., fight it out.

dē-cido, ere, i., v. n., fall down. [cădo.]

děcímus, a, um, ordinal adj., tenth. [děcem.]

dē-cipio, ère, cēpi, ceptum, v. a., deceive. [căpio.]

dē-clāro, are, avi, atum, V. a., announce. [clārús.]

děcúrio, onis, officer of a decuria, i.e. of ten horse. [decem.]

dē-ditio, onis, f., surrender. [dedo.]

dē-dîtitius, a, um, adj., one who has surrendered. [dēdo.]

de-do, ére,-dydi, ditum, v. a., give up, surrender.

dē-dūco, ere, xi, ctum, v. a.,

lead away.

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dő-fătigo, are, avi, atum, V. a., tire out.

dē-fendo, ere, i, sum, v. a., keep off, avert, protect.

de-fessus, a, um, adj., worn out.

dē-fětiscor, i, fessus, v. dep., become quite faint. [cp. fateor.]

de-indě, adv., then, in the next place. [inde.]

Worse.

de-ioio, ere, iēci, iectum, dē-sěro, ere, serui, sertum, V. a., throw down ; ea spe V. a., forsake, abandon. deiecti, foiled of this hope, 8. dē-signo, are,avi, atum, v. ang [1ăcio.]

point at, denote. de-iectus, a, um, part. of de- dē-sisto, ère, stỉti, stitum, Ycio.

V. n., leave off, cease from. dē-lectus, ūs, m., a levy. dē-spēro, are, avi, atum, v. [dēlīgère = choose.]

n., despair. dē-libero, are, avi, atum, dě-spicio, ere, spexi, specV. 8., weigh well, consider. tum, v. a., look down upon, [cp. libra = balance.]

disdain. dē-ligo, are, avi, atum, V. a., dē-stiti, perf, of dēsisto. bind down, bind fast.

de-stituo, čre, ui, ūtum, v. de-ligo, ère, lēgi, lectum, a., forsuke, abandon. [stătuo.] V. a., choose.

de-stringo, ere, nxi, ctum, dē-minuo, ère, ui, ūtum, v. a., V. a., unsheath. make less, lessen.

dē-sum, esse, fui, v. n., am de-missus, a, um, adj. (of wanting, fail. places), low-lying; capite de- dē-súper, adv., from above. misso, with bowed head.

dētěr-ior, us, comp. adj., de-mitto, ère, mīsi, missum, V. a., let down.

dē-terreo, ere, ui, Itum, v. a., dē-monstro, are, avi, atum, frighten off. v. a., show, point out.

dē-trăho, ere, traxi, tracdēmum, adv., at length. tum, v. a., remove, take away. [de]

dē-tri-mentum, i, n., loss, dē-něgo, are, avi, atum, V. a., injury. [de-tero, detritum.] refuse utterly.

děus, i, m., god. dēni, ae, a, distrib. numeral, dē-věho, ere, vexi, vectum, ten each.

V. a., carry down. dēniquě, adv., at length, at dexter, tra, trum (těra, tě. last.

rum), adj., on the right side, dē-nuntio, are, avi, atum, right. V. a., intimate, threaten.

dīco, ere, xi, ctum, v. a., say, de-perdo, ère, didi, ditum, speak, tell ; d. causam, stand V. 1., lose entirely.

one's trial; d. diem, name a dē-põno, ere, posui, positum, day. V. a., lay down, lay aside. dictio, onis, f., saying, plead

dē-popúlor, ari, atus, v. dep., ing. [dico.] ravage utterly.

dictum, i, n., word, order, ce-précātor, oris, m., inter- 39. [dico.] cessor; eo deprecatore, with him didžci, perf. of disco. to plead their cause. [préc-.] dies, ei, m. and f. (pl. m.), a., divide.

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day; multo die, well on into of the Helvetii when they the day; diem ex die, one day defeated Cassius, B.c. 107, and after another ; time, 8.

of their embassy to Caesar, dif-fěro, ferre, distůli, dīlā

B.O. 58. tum, v. a., carry about, put di-vido, ere, visi, visum, v. off

dif-ficilis, e, adj., difficult. Dīvitiăcus, i, m., brother of [făcilis.]

Dumnorix, Aeduan chief, and dignitās, atis, f., honour, dig- loyal to Caesar. nity. [dignus.]

do, dăre, dědi, dătum, v. a., diligentia, ae, f., careful- give; dare inter se, exchange; ness, zeal. [diligo.]

dari, was caused, 14; d. in di-mitto, ére, misi, missum, mandatis, to give a commisV. a., send in different direc- sion. tions, dismiss.

doceo, ēre, ui, tum, V. a., dir-imo, ère, ēmi, emptum, teach, inform. V. a., break up. [dis, emo.] dóleo, ēre, ui, Ytum, v. n.,

dis-cēdo, ĕre, cessi, cessum, grieve, be sorry. V. n., depart.

dolor, oris, m., pain, grief, disciplīna, ae, f., training, resentment. discipline. [disco.]

dělus, i, m., guile, deceit. disco, čre, didịci, v. n., learn. domicilium, i, n., dwelling,

dis-icio, ère, jēci, iectum, habitation. [domus.] V. a., scatter, rout. [dis, iăcio.] domus, ūs, f., house, home.

dis-iect-, supine stem of dis- dono, are, avi, atum, v. a., Icio.

give, present. di-spergo, ère, si, sum, v. a., Dübis, is, m., the Doubs, a scatter. [spargo.]

river in Gaul. dis-pono, ĕre, posui, pósự. dăbitātio, onis, f., doubt, tum, v. a., set in different parts, hesitation. [důbito.] station.

dúbito, are, avi, atum, v. n., dīt-issimus, a, um, superl. doubt, hesitate. adj., most wealthy. [dīves.] dúbius, a, um, adj., doubt

dřū, adv., for a long time. ful.

di-urnus, a, um, adj., by dă-centi, ae, a, card. adj., day. [dies.]

two hundred. diūturnitas, ātis, f., length dūoo, ĕre, xi, ctum, v. a., (of time), long duration, 40. lead, carry, bring, consider; d. [dřūturnus.]

uxorem, d. in matrimonium, dịūturnus, a, um adj., long, marry a wife. protracted (of time). Čdiu.] dum, conj., while, until.

dīves, îtis, adj., rich, wealthy. Dumnorix, igis, m., a chief Divico, onis, m., the leader of the Aedui, brother of Divi.

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