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their, 17.

timid, timidus. then, (= at that time) tum, tunc, tired, to be, fatigari, or use tae

id temporis, (=next) inde, de dere (imp.), Gr. 132.
inde, (= therefore), see there. to, 144.
fore.

to a man, ad unum omnes. there, ibi, illic.

to such a degree, adeo. therefore, igitur, ergo, itaque, to-day, hodie.

(in giving advice) proinde. together, una, simul. thereupon, inde, exinde, deinde. toil, labor. thickness, crassitudo.

toil, to, laborare. thief, fur.

tolerate, tolerare. thing, res; often tr. by neuter of to-morrow, (adv.) cras, (subst.) adj.

crastinus dies; t. morning, think, arbitrari, existimare, pu crastina luce. tare.

too, quoque, etiam, 104; as adv. think much of, magni aesti of excess, see 71. mare.

tooth, dens. this, 17, 44.

top of, summus, Gr. 299. thither, eo.

torture, cruciatus, supplicium. Thomas à Becket, 127.

torture, to, cruciare. though, etsi, quanquam, etc.; oft. towards, erga, (of motion) in,

om. W. nouns and parts., 12, ad ... versus. 55 ; though ... yet, oft. ut ... tower, turris.

town, oppidum. threaten, (trans.) minari qd ci, trace, vestigium. 10; (intr.) impendere ci.

trade, traffic, mercatura. threats, minae.

train abdy, for athg., assuefacere throw, conjicere, (at abdy's. feet) qm qa re, instituere qm ad qd.

provolvere or projicere ci ad trained, exercitus. pedes.

training, use instituta or praethrow into, conjicere in qd.

cepta. throw on the ground, humi tranquillity, otium, tranquillitas. prosternere or dejicere.

travel, iter facere. throw upon, sts. praecipitare. traveller, viator. thrown from, to be, projici, treacherously, perfidiose, cum ejici.

perfidia. thus, ita, sic, hunc in modum. treachery, perfidia, proditio. thus far, hactenus.

treason, perduellio. Tiber, Tibris.

treat abdy., tractare qm, agere till, (prep.) oft. in, e.g. 'to put erga qm; t. medically, cu

off t. next day,' in proximum rare. diem differre.

treaty, foedus; to make a t., till, to, colere.

foedus inire or icere. time, tempus; at the t. when, tremble, tremiscere, tremere.

tempore quo, quo tempore, cum, trial, judicium. tum ... cum; I have no t. to, trial, bring to, see bring to etc., non mihi vacat, w. inf. l trial.

ita.

trial of, to make, experiri qd. | undeservedly, immerito. tribe, natio.

undone, to be, ( = be ruined) tribunal, tribunal.

perire. tribune, tribunus.

undoubted fact, it is, =cannot tribute, tributum.

be denied, or use inter omnes trifling, parvus, parvi momenti. constat or satis constat. troops, copiae, milites ; oft, und., unearthly, haudquaquam huma

e. g. cum suis, w, his t., nostri, nus. our t.

unendurable, non perferendus, trouble, aegritudo; troubles, cu intolerabilis. rae, mala ; see grief.

unfavourable, inopportunus. troublesome, gravis, molestus, unfortunate, infelix. (as pred. only) oneri.

unhappy, miser, infelix. true, verus; it is t. that, oft. unheard of, inauditus. quidem, sane.

uninvited, injussus, invocatus. truly, vere, sts. quidem or sane. unite, conjungere, jungere. trust, or trust in, confidere ci or universal, use omnium, 117 d, qo.

etc., e.g. 'by u. consent,' omtruth, verum, veritas.

nium consensu, cunctis approturn, (trans.) vertere, convertere, bantibus, etc.

(intr.) converti, se convertere. universally, use omnium, inter turn from, avertere; t. from a omnes, etc., e.g. 'he died u. purpose, avellere ab.

regretted,'summo omnium luctu turn out (=result), evenire, ca mortuus est, it is u. allowed, dere.

inter omnes constat. turn round, (intr.) converti, se unjust, injustus; unjustly, inconvertere.

juste. Tusculan estate, Tusculanum. unknown, ignotus. tyranny, superbia.

unless, nisi, ni. tyrant, use rex, sts. tyrannus. unprincipled, malus, inhonestus.

unpunished, impunitus. unquestionable, perspicuus, haud

dubius. umpire, arbiter.

unsearched, intentatus. unable, to be, non posse, ne unseasonable, intempestivus, imquire.

portunus. unbroken (of faith, treaties, etc.), unselfish, utilitatis suae immeinviolatus.

mor. uncertain, incertus, dubius; it is unspotted, purus, castus, incor

u., incertum est, or in incerto ruptus. est.

unsuccessful, infelix; to fight uncondemned, indemnatus.

an u. battle, male rem gerere. undaunted, impavidus.

until, quoad, dum; not u., 83. under, sub; u. pretence of untiring, use hendiadys, e. g. 'w.

doing athg., specie quasi. I u. devotion,' cum diligentia ac undertake, suscipere qd.

studio. undertaking, inceptum, conatus. / unusual, inusitatus.

U.

unwilling, invitus; to be u., | very far from, (w. adjj.) mininolle.

me, (w.ger. in -ing), use mulunworthy, indignus qa re, 143 e, tum abest ut, 15, d. Note 2, A, 2.

very high price, summa caritas. upbraid, exprobrare, probris or very seldom, perraro, rarissime. maledictis increpare.

very useful, perutilis. upon, super, in; when folld, by vexatious, gravis, molestus.

ger. in -ing, tr. by quum or abl. vice, vitium. abs., 1.3., ‘u. his ascertaining victim, to be the, praedae esse, this,' quum haec cognovisset, or opprimi qa re. his rebus cognitis.

victorious, victor, superior. upper, superior.

victory, victoria. uproar, strepitus, tumultus. view of a place, to command upwards, sursum.

or have a, prospicere or deurgency, tr. by part., e.g. ‘his u. spectare qm locum.

effected its purpose,' urgenti view, (=purpose) consilium, oft. concessum est quod volebat.

om., 107. use, uti qo or qa re.

villa, villa. useful, utilis, (as pred. only) usui. villainous, scelestus. usual, solitus, usitatus.

vindicate, vindicare. usually, plerumque.

violence, vis. usurp, occupare.

virtue, virtus, probitas. utmost, oft. summus.

visit, adire; v. w. punishment, utter, edere, dare.

supplicio afficere, utterly, funditus, penitus, omnino. voice, vox; v. of sedition, 107.

vouchsafe, praestare, concedere ;

oft. om., 107, e.g. he v. no

answer,' nihil respondit. vain, vanus, irritus; in v., frustra, | voyage, cursus.

nequidquam. valley, vallis.

w. valour, virtus. valuable, pretiosus, magni pretii. wage, gerere. value, aestimare; v. greatly, wail, ejulatio, vox.

magni aestimare or pendere. wait, manere, commorari, exvarious, varius, oft. alius ... spectare. alius, e.g‘he condemned them on wait on, (=delay) cunctari. v. charges,' alios aliis criminibus wake up, (intr.) expergisci. damnavit.

walk, iter carpere or facere, amvase, vas.

bulare. vast, vastus, immensus.

wall, murus, moenia (pl.). vengeance on, to take, poenas Waltham, Valtamia.

a qo petere or repetere; to t. v. wander, errare, vagari. for athg., exsequi qd.

want, inopia, egestas. venture, audere.

want, to, (=be in want) egere or very, sign of superl., also tr. by indigere cs rei or qa re, (= be

pers, e.g. 'v. few,' perpauci. without) carere, (=desire) cu

pere, velle, e.g. 'what do you whenever, quoties, cum w. inw.?' quid vis ?

dicative. wanting, to be, deesse.

where, ubi, qua. war, bellum, Mars, arma; to where ... from=whence.

make w. on, bellum inferre in whereas, quum, see also 44, 99. qm; to declare w., bellum in whereupon, ad quae, adversus dicere.

quae. warmth, ardor.

whether, num, -ne, utrum ; sts. warn, monere, jubere cavere.

sive, 84. warning, monitum.

which, (rel.) quod, (interrog.) waste athg., dispendium cs rei 146.

facere; to w. time, tempus whilst, dum, Gr. 364; oft. abl. terere.

abs. or part., 55. watchfulness, vigilantia.

whip, flagellum, flagrum. watching, vigilia.

whip, to, verberare, caedere; to water, aqua.

be w., vapulare, virgis caedi. Waterloo, Nicephorium.

white, albus, candidus. wave, unda, fluctus.

whither, quo. way, (= path) via, iter, (=man- | who, (rel.) qui, (interrog.) quis.

ner) modus; w. of escape, whole, or whole of, totus. 107; in no w., (=not at all) whose, cujus, quorum, quarum.

haudquaquam, nequaquam. whosoever, quicunque, quisquis, weak, infirmus.

Gr. 167. wealth, divitiae, opes.

why, cur, quid, quare. weapon, telum.

wicked, scelestus, improbus, mawear a cheerful face, say 'be of a c. f.'

wickedness, scelus, malum. weary out, defatigare.

wide, latus. weather, tempestas, caelum. wife, conjux, uxor. weave, texere.

William, Gulielmus. wedge, in form of a, cuneatim. willing, to be, velle. weep, flere.

willingly, libenter. weight, pondus, gravitas ; in w., win, see gain. pondo, 61.

wine, vinum. welfare of abdy., to attend to, winter, hiems. consulere ci.

winter quarters, hiberna (pl.). well, bene.

wisdom, prudentia, sapientia. well-informed, rerum sciens. wise, prudens, sapiens. well-known, notus.

wish, velle, cupere, optare, 26. what, 24.

with, cum, or abl. what sort of, qualis.

with disastrous results, male. whatever, quidquid, quodcunque, with impunity, impune. Gr. 167.

with indignant voice, use inwhen, quum or cum, ut, ubi ; dignabundus.

oft. tr. by part., 55; when ? with less reserve, apertius, 1 24. (interrog.) quando.

with regard to, de, quod attinet whence, unde.

ad, 73.

lus.

Y.

withdraw, (intr.) se recipere, ex- | wring, cruciare, agitare.

cedere, secessionem facere, write, scribere,

(trans.) de-, ab-, or re-ducere. writer, scriptor. within, intra.

wrong, pravus, vitiosus. without, sine, (w. ger. in -ing) wrongdoing, maleficium.

78; w. effecting one's pur-
pose, re infecta; w. reason,
temere ; w. the knowledge of,
clam qo or qm; w. orders fm. year, annus.
abdy., injussu cs.

yesterday, heri; of y., hesterwoman, mulier, femina.

nus. wonderful, mirus, Gr. 162, 6, 3. yet, (=still) adhuc, (=neverthewood, silva.

less), see nevertheless. word, verbum, dictum, vox. yield, cedere. work, opus.

yonder, gen. iste or ille. work mines, metalla exercere. young, juvenis, adolescens. workmanship, opus.

youngest, natu minimus. world, terra or terrae, orbis ter youth, a, juvenis, adolescens, ado

rarum; sts. homines, omnes, lescentulus. etc.; the New W., Orbis No

Z.

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zeal, studium.
zealous, studiosus; to be 2.,

studiosus esse, studio flagrare
or agere.

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