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tiacus, ally of the Helvetii ē-mitto, ère, misi, missum, against Caesar.

V. a., send out. duð, ae, o, card. adj., two. ěmo, ère, ēmi, emptum, v. a., duo-děcim, card. adj., twelve. buy.

dūrus, a, um, adj., hard, ěmolimentum, i, n., effort, severe, toilsome ; siquid erat difficulty, labour. [cf. moles.] durius, in case of any diffi- ěnim, conj., for. [nam.] culty.

ē-nuntio, are, avi, atum, dux, důcis, m. f., leader, V. a., disclose, publish. general, guide. [dūco.]

čo, adv., thither, there; (of

cause) on that account. [is.] e, ex, prep. W. ABL., out of, čo, ire, ii (ivi), Itum, v. n., go. from; ex commutatione, owing čodem, adv., to the same to a change; diem ex die, day | place. after day; ex consuetudine ěquěs, Ytis, m., horseman ; sua, according to their custom; plural, the cavalry. [ēquus.] ex vinculis, in chains; ex usu, ěquestěr, tris, tre, adj., horse-, of advantage; ex communi cavalry.. [eques.] consensu, by general consent. ěqustātus, ūs, m., cavalry.

7-do, ere, didi, ditum, v. a., [equěs.) put out, make known, exhibit. èquus, i, m., a horse.

é-duco, ere, xi, ctum, v. a., ē-rept-, supine stem of ēlead out.

rypio. ef-fēmino, are, avi, atum, fő-ripio, ere, rýpui, reptum, V. a., make womanish, enervate. V. a., snatch away, rescue ; [fēmîna.]

eripuit se, saved himself. [raef-fěro, ferre, ex-těli, ē-la- pio.] tum, v. a., proclaim, spread et, conj., and, also, even; et abroad.

... et, both ... and. ef-ficio, ĕre, fēci, fectum, etiam, conj., also. [et, iam.] V. a., make, render. [făcio.] ětiam-sī, conj., even if.

ēg-, perfect stem of ăgo. et-sī, conj., although. ēgo, me, pers. pron., i, me. 7-vello, ĕre, i, vulsum, v. a.,

7-grědior, i, gressus, v. dep., | pull out. come out, leave. [grădior.] ex. See e.

ē-grégius, a, um, adj., emi- ex-cípio, ere, cēpi, ceptum, nent, excellent. [e grėgě v. a., take up, relieve, catch. out of the herd.]

[căpio.] é-gressus, from ēgredior. ex-emplum, i, n., example.

ē-låt-, supine stem of ef-fero; ex-eo, ire, ii, Itum, v. n., go ēlātum est, it got abroad. out, go forth.

7-migro, are, avi, atum, v. n., ex-erceo, ēre, ui, Ytum, v. a., depart from, emigrate.

practise. [arceo.]

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exercitātio, onis, f., practice. Făbius, i, m., Q. Fabius įexerceo.]

Maximus Allobrogicus, deexercitātus, a, um, adj., feated B.c. 121 the Allobroges, practised, skilled.

Arvèrni, and Ruteni, at the exercitus, ūs, m., army. junction of the Isère and exerceo.]

Rhone, 45. ex-irem, ex-issem, from ex- făcilě, adv., easily. [neut.

of facilis.] existima õnis, f., judge făcilis, e, adj., easy. [facio.] ment, opinion, reputation. [ex- făcinus, oris, n., crime. [faistimo.]

cio.] existimo, are, avi, atum, făcio, ère, fēci, factum, v. a., V. a., think, reckon, deem. [ex, do, make. aestimo.]

factio, onis, f., faction, party. expecto, are, avi, atum, v. a., [facio.] await, expect. [ex, specto.] factum, i, n., deed ; opus

expěditus, a, um, adj., un- facto, need of action. [facio.] encumbered, without baggage, făcultas, ātis, f., opportuclear. [ex, ped-.]

nity, means; plural, resources. ex-pěrior, iri, pertus, v. dep., [facilis.] try, prove, experience.

fă-mes, is, f., hunger. ex-plörātor, oris, m., scout, fămilia, ae, f., gang of slaves, 8py.

household. [famulus = slave.] ex-primo, ere, pressi, pres- fămiliāris, e, adj., belonging sum, V. a., press out, extort, 32. to a familia; familiar, inti(prěmo.]

mate. [familia.] ex-pugno, are, avi, atum, fās, indecl. n., right, law. V. a., storm, carry by storm. ful. [rt. FA = speak; cp.

ex-quīro, ere, quisivi, quisi- fari.] tum, v. a., ascertain. [quaero.] fātum, i, n., fate, destiny.

ex-gěquor, i, sěcūtus, v. dep., [rt. FA ; cp. fas.] follow up.

făveo, ēre, făvi, fautum, v. N., ex-specto. See expecto. am favourable, favour.

ex-těrus, a, um, adj., out- félīcītas, ātis, f., happinces, ward. [ex.]

SUCCC88. [fēlix.] extrā, prep. w. ACC., beyond. fěrē, adv., almost, chiefly, for (ex.]

the most part. extrēmum, i, n., end, ex- fěro, ferrè, tăli, lātum, v. a., tremity. [superl. of exterus.] carry, bring; endure, suffer.

extrēmus, a, um, superl. adj., ferrum, i, n., iron, iron point, last, furthest.

sword. ex-ūro, ere, ussi, ustum, v.a., férus, a, um, adj., fierce, burn up, consume.

sarnge ; superl. maxime ferus.

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fides, ei, f., faith, loyalty ; frango, ère, frēgi, fractum, one's word.

V. a., break, ruin, wreck. filia, ae, f., daughter.

frāter, tris, m., brother. filius, i, m., son.

frāternus, a, um, adj., brofingo, ĕre, finxi, fictum, v. a., therly; f. nomen, the title of form, fashion, feign. [lit. brothers. [frater.] handle.]

frīgus, gris, n., cold. [op. finis, is, m., end ; plural, rigeo = am stiff.] borders, territories. [= fid- fructăõsus, a, um, adj., pronis; cp. findo.]

ductive, fruitful, abundant. finitimus, a, um, adj., neigh- [fructus.] bouring. (finis; for termina- fructus, ūs, m., fruit. [root tion comp. legi-timus, mări- FRUG ; cp. fruor, fruges.] timus.]

frūg-, f., fruit. fio, fieri, factus, v. quasi frūmentārius, a, um, adj., of pass., am made, become, happen. corn, corn-growing ; res frui

firmus, a, um, adj., strong, mentaria, the corn supply. firm.

[frumentum.] Flaccus, i, m., a Roman sur- frumentum, i, n., corn. [root name. (prob.=“loose-eared."] FRUG ; see fructus.]

flāgito, are, avi, atum, v. a., fu-, perf. stem of demand, keep asking.

(sum). fleo, ēre, ēvi, ētum, v. n., fúga, ae, f., flight; in fugam weep.

conicere, to put to rout. filētus, ūs, m., weeping. fúgio, ére, fūgi, fúgitum, [fleo.]

V. n., flee. [fuga.] florens, tis, ailj., prosperous, fugitivas, i, m., runaway, flourishing ; florentissimis re- fugitive. [fugio.] bus, though their power was at fundo, ĕre, fūdi, fūsum, V. a., its height. (cp. flos, floreo.] pour, rout, overthrow.

flūmen, inis, n., stream, river. furor, oris, m., rage, mad[fluo.]

ness, fury. fluo, ère, fluxi, fluxum, V. n., fútūrus, a, um, from sum. flow. förě, from sum.

Găbinius, i, m., Aulus Gabi. fortis, e, adj., brave, bolil. nius, praetor B.C. 61, consul (cp. fero.]

B.O. 58. fortitūão, inis, f., courage, Galli, orum, m., the Gauls. bravery. [fortis.]

Gallia, ae, f., Gaul. fortūna, ae, f., fortune; pl. Gallicus, a, um, adj., Gallio, property. [fors, fero.]

of Gaul or of the Gauls. fossa, ae, f., ditch, trench. Gallus, a, um, adj. = Gal[fodio.]

licus; Gallic.

mans.

Gărumna, ae, f., the Garonne, hăbeo, ēre, ui, itum, V. a.g a river of Gaul.

have, hold, deem, consider. Gěnāva, ae, f., Geneva.

Harudes, um, m., a German gěněrātim, adv., by races, tribe, 24,000 of whom crossed according to their tribes. [gene- into Gaul and joined Ariovisrare, genus.]

tus (31, 37). gěnės, ēris, n., race, stock, Helvětia, ae, f., the country family, kind, sort. [root GEN ; of the Helvetii ; roughly cp. gigno, gens, yévos.]

speaking, what we now call Germani, orum, m., the Ger- Switzerland.

Helvětii, orum, m., the gěro, ère, gessi, gestum, v. people inhabiting Helvetia. a., carry, carry on, perform ; Helvětins, a, um, adj., Helesp. gerere bellum, wage war. vetian. glădius, i, m., sword.

hīberna, örum, n., winterglòria, ae, f., glory, renown. quarters. [cp. hiemps.] [op. inclutus, klúw.]

hio, haec, hoc, demonstr. glorior, ari, atus, v. dep., pron., this; he, she, it, etc.; abl. boast, vaunt. [gloria.]

hoc, for this reason. Graecus, a, um, adj., Greek. hic, ady., here.

Graičoěli, orum, m., a Gallic hỉěmo, are, avi, atum, v. 1., tribe in the valleys of Mont winter. [hiemps.] Cenis.

Hispānia, ae, f., Spain. grandis, e, adj., lurge, great. homo, inis, m., man. [cp. [cp. great.]

humus.] grātia, ae, f., favour, esteem, honestus, a, um, adj., honourpopularity, regard; ' plural, able. [honor.)

. thanks, esp. gratias agere, to honor, õris, m., respect, thank. (gratus.]

esteem ; office, post, distincgrātúlātio, onis, f., rejoicing, tion. congratulation, occasion of con

honorificus, a, um, adj., gratulation. (gratulor.] honourable. (honor, facio.]

grātŭlor, ari, atus, v. dep., hora, ae, f., hour, season. congratulate. (gratus.] [= Fosara from Féap, ver.]

grātus, a, um, adj., pleasing, horreo, ere, ui, v. n., shuddelightful, dear. [cp. xalpw.] der, be alarmed or shocked.

grăvis, e, adj., heavy, severe, hortor, ari, atus, v. dep., serious. [cp. Bapús.]

advise, urge. grăvítěr, adv., heavily, ve- hospes, Ytis, m., guest, host, hemently, ch. 16. [gravis.] friend. [hostis = stranger ;

grăvor, ari, atus, v. dep., = feed.] be annoyed, feel vexed. [gra- hospitium, i, n., entertain. vis.]

ment, hospitality. (hospes.]

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hostis, is, m., enemy; plural, V. a., push forward, urge on, the enemy.

instigate. huc, adv., hither.

im-pendeo, ēre, i, sum, v. n., hūmānītās, ātis, f., refine- overhang. ment, accomplishments, good im-pěrātor, õris, m., commanners. [humanus; homo.] mander (in-chief). [impero.]

im-pěrītus, a, um, adj., inibi, adv., there. [is, -bi (lo- experienced, unskilled. cative).]

im-pěrium, i, n., command, ictus, ūs, m., blow, stroke. dominion, sovereignty; in tanto [ico strike.]

imperio populi Romani, conidem, čădem, Ydem, pron., sidering the vast power of the the same.

Roman people. idoneus, a, um, adj., fit, con- im-pěro, are, avi, atum, V. a., venient, suitable.

command, order ; W. DAT. of idūs, uum, f., the Ides, the the person and Aco. of the 15th day of March, May, July, thing demanded. October; the 13th day of the im-petro, are, avi, atum, v. a., remaining months. [The di- get, obtain. [in, patro=effect.] viders of the month.]

im-pětus, ūs, m., attack, onjēram, lērunt, from eo, ire. set, assault ; force. [impeto ; ignis, is, m., fire.

in, peto.] i-gnoro, are, avi, atum, v. a., im-ploro, are, avi, atum, V. a., to be ignorant, unacquainteil beseech, entreat, beg. wilh. [i-gnarus; in, root onā, im-põno, čre, pósui, posự cp. nosco.]

tun), v. a., place upon, mount i-gnosco, ere, guovi, gno- upon, impose (tribute). tum, v. a., forgive, pardon. im-porto, are, avi, atum, [in, gnosco.]

V. a., bring into, import. il-lātus, from infero.

im-próbus, a,

um, adj., illē, a, ud, pron., that; he, wicked, bad, unscrupulous. she, it.

[in, probus.] illic, adv., there.

im-pro-viso, adv., unexpecta im-mortālis, e, adj., immor- edly, on a sudden. [in, pro, tul, undying. [in, mortalis ; video.] mors.]

im-pugno, are, avi, atum, im-pědimentum, i, n., hin- V. a., attack, fight against. drance; pl. baggage. [impe- im-puls-, supine stem of im• dio.]

pello. im-pědio, ire, ivi, ītum, v. a., im-pūne, adv., without punhinder, prevent. [in, pes

ishment, loss, or harm ; impune entangle the feet.]

ferre, to go unpunished for. im-pello, ere, půli, pulsum, [in, pocna.]

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