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sons, guilty, 12. | tego, cover, 33. soror, sister, 7.

telum, weapon, 2. species, show, appear tempestas, tempest, 45. validus, strong, 14. ance, 6.

templum, temple, 20. vallis, valley, 4. spectare, behold, 22. tener, tender, 10. vallum, rampart, 37. spes, hope, 6.

tenus, as far as, 9. vastare, lay waste, 22. statim, immediately, 43. terra, land, the earth, 1. vates, prophet, 5. statua, statue, 25. terreo, frighten, 28. Veii, Veii, 43. statuo, resolve, deter tertius, third, 31. velox, swift, 12. mine, 31.

Thamesis, Thames, 5. venari, hunt, 40. stella, star, 8.

timeo, fear, be afraid, venenum, poison, 2. stultitia, folly, 33.

28.

venio, come, 38. stultus, foolish, 14. Titus, Titus, 25. ventus, wind, 26. sub, up to, under, just tollo, lift, take away,35. vereor, fear, 41. about, 8, 9.

tot, so many, 11. versus, towards, 8. subito, suddenly, 36. totus, the whole, 13. Vespasianus, Vespasian, subter, under, 8, 9. trans, across, 8.

- 25. summus, topmost, ut- tristis, gloomy, sad, 11. vester, your, yours, 15. most, 34.

tu, thou, you, 15. vestio, clothe, 37. sumo, take, 35.

Tullia, Tullia, 19. vestis, garment, 4. super, over, above, 8, 9. | turba, crowd, 1. via, way, road, path, 1. superare, overcome, 24. | turbare, disturb, 30. viator, traveller, 39. superior, former, pre- | turpis, base, disgraceful, victus, food, 6. vious, 40.

II.

video, see, 29. supra, above, 8. turris, tower, 5.

videor, seem, 29. suscipio, undertake, 36. | tuus, thy, your, 15. vigilare, watch, 21. suus, his own, etc., 15.

villa, country house, 24.

vincio, bind, 37. U.

vinco, conquer, 33.

vinum, wine, 29. ullus, any, 13.

vires, strength, 5. talis, such, 11. ultra, beyond, 8.

virtus, virtue, valour, 9. tam, so, such, II. unguis, nail, 5.

vis, force, violence, 5. tamen, yet, nevertheless, unquam, ever, 35. vitare, avoid, 41. 17.

unus, one, the only, 13. vivo, live, 33. tandem, at length, 34. urbs, city, 7.

vix, scarcely, 35. tango, touch, 33. ut, that, in order that, 23. votum, wish, vow, 8. tantus, so great, 27. uter, which of two, 13. vulnerare, wound, 22. Tarentum, Tarentum, utilis, useful, il. vulnus, wound, 11. 43, Note 2. uxor, wife, 15.

vultus, countenance, 16.

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ENGLISH-LATIN VOCABULARY.

dum, 8.

| as far as, tenus, 9. black, niger, 10.

ascertain, cognosco, 34. blame, culpare, 23. able, to be, possum, 41. assemble, convenio, 38. body, corpus, 3. about, circum, circa, 7. / at, ad, in, 7; Abl. (of bold, audax, 12. above, supra, 8.

Time), 40, Note 2; bone, os, 5. accident, casus, 6.

Locative Case, 43, book, liber, 33. accompany, comitari, Note 2.

boy, puer, 2. 40.

at length, tandem, 34. brave, fortis, 11. according to, secun. at the house of, apud, 7. braver, fortior, 12.

Athens, Athenae, 25. bread, panis, 39. accuse, accusare, 23. attack, impetus, 36. break, frango, 31. accustomed, to be, soleo, attack, to, oppugnare, breast, pectus, 3. 29.

20.

brother, frater, 5. acknowledge, confiteor, attendant, minister, 2. brow, frons, 10. 41.

author, auctor, 39. Brutus, Brutus, 19. across, trans, 8.

avoid, vitare, 41. burden, onus, 3. adorn, ornare, 19. await, expectare, 45. but, autem, sed, 17. advance, procedo, 35

by, a, ab, 9. advise, moneo, 26.

B.

by means of, per, 8. Aegina, Aegina, 41. affair, res, 6.

bad, malus, 10. afraid, to be, timeo, 28. badly, male, 39. Africa, Africa, 41. band, manus, 6.

camp, castra, 31. after, post, 8.

base, turpis, 11. can, possum, 41, Note i. against, adversus, con- | be able, possum, 41. carry, portare, 19. tra, 7; in, 8.

be accustomed, soleo, 29. Carthage, Carthago, 43, alas, hei, 15.

be mad, insanio, 38. | Note 2. all, omnis, 11.

beautiful, pulcher, 10. Cassius, Cassius, 19. allow, patior, 42. bed, cubile, 4.

cat, feles, 4. i alone, solus, 13. before, ante, 7; prae, 9. cause, causa, 44. altogether, omnino, 34. beg for, peto, 44. | cavalry (subst.), equialways, semper, 17. begin, ordior, 43.

tatus, 6; (adj.) equesamong, inter, 7; in, 9. behind, pone, 8.

ter, 12. and, et, -que, 2.

behold, spectare, 22. certainly, profecto, 17. anger, ira, 27.

beneath, infra, 7. chain, catena, 37. animal, animal, 13. besiege, obsideo, 30. chance, casus, 6. another, alius, 13. best, optimus.

cherish, foveo, 27. any, ullus, 13.

better, melior, 12. choose, lego, 33. appearance, species, 6. | between, inter, 7. Cicero, Cicero, 21. arise, orior, 43. beyond, praeter, ultra, citizen, civis, 5. army, exercitus, 13.

8.

city, urbs, 7. around, circum, circa, 7. I bind, vincio, 37. class, genus, 13.

cloak, pallium, 37. disturb, turbare, 30.
clothe, vestio, 37.

ditch, fossa, 37.
cloud, nubes, 4. do, facio, 36.
come, venio, 38.

dog, canis, 5.
command, jubeo, 26. | down from, de, 9.
compel, cogo, 32.
complain, queror, 42.

E.
concerning, de, 9.
condemn, damnare, 22.

eager, avidus, 14.
confess, confiteor, 41.

ear, auris, 4.
conquer, vinco, 33.

earth, terra, 1.
consult, consulo, 34.

easy, facilis, 11.
contrary to, praeter, 8.

eighth, octavus, 32.
Cornelia, Cornelia, 21.

end, finio, 38.
Cotta, Cotta, 1.

endeavour, conari, 40.
could, possum, 41, Notei.

enemy, hostis, hostes, 4.
countenance, vultus, 16.

enough, satis, 39.
country, patria, 15.

enter, intrare, 32.
country house, villa, 24.

entrust, mandare, 25.
course, cursus, 41.

envy, invidia, 27.
cover, tego, 33.

equestrian, equester, 12.
Cremona, Cremona, 43.

ever, unquam, 35.
crime, scelus, 8.

every, omnis, il.
crowd, turba, 1.

evil, malus, so.
cruel, crudelis, 14.

except, praeter, 8.
crush, opprimo, 35.

exhort, hortari, 40.
cultivate, colo, 35.

extraordinary, singula-
cup, poculum, 29.

ris, 39.
eye, oculus, 2.

fire, ignis, 5.
first, primus, 31.
flee, fugio, 36.
Aleet, classis, 4.
flesh, caro, 39.
follow, sequor, 42.
folly, stultitia, 33.
food, victus, 6.
foolish, stultus, 14.
foot, pes, 3.
for (conj.), enim, mam,

namque, 17.
for (prep.), pro, 9.
for a long time, diu, 26.
force, vis, 5.
forces, copiae, 12.
forehead, frons, 19.
forget, obliviscor, 42.
former, superior, 40.
fortify, munio, 37.
fortunate, felix, 12.
forum, forum, 34.
fourth, quartus, 31.
friend, amicus, 12.
frighten, terreo, 28.
from, a, ab, e, ex, 9.

See also 42, Note 2.
fruit, fructus, 6.

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danger, periculum, 41. | fair, pulcher, 10.
dare, audeo, 29.

faith, fides, 6.
daughter, filia, 1. famous, illustris, 11.
Davus, Davus, 25.

farmer, agricola, 20.
day, dies, 25.

father, pater, 5.
dear, carus, 14.

father-in-law, socer, 2.
defeat, clades, 4.

fear, metus, 6.
delay, morari, 40. fear, to, timeo, 28; ve-
demand, postulare, 22. reor, 41.
depart, discedo, 31. feel, sentio, 38.
descend, descendo, 35.

fertile, ferax, 12.
deserve, mereor, 41. few, paucus, 36.
desire, cupio, 36. field, ager, 2.
destroy, deleo, 26. fierce, acer, 12.
determine, statuo, 31. fifth, quintus, 32.
die, morior, 42. fight, pugnare, 24.
disgraceful, turpis, 11. hill, impleo, 26.
dishonourable, inhon- find, reperio, 38.
estus, 14.

finish, finio, 38.

garment, vestis, 4.
gate, porta, 7.
Gaul, a, Gallus, 8.
general, dux, 3.
generally, plerumque,

21.
gift, donum, 22.
girl, puella, 1.
give, do, 31.
glad, laetus, 14.
gloomy, tristis, II.
gold, aurum, 20.
good, bonus, 10.
great, magnus, 10.
greater, major, 12.
greedy, avidus, 14.
ground, locus, 31.
guard, custodio, 37.
guilty, sons, 12.

40.

M.

| in company with, cum, 9. learn, cognosco, 35.
H.

in order that, ut, 23. | learned, doctus, 14.
halt, consisto, 43. in proportion to, pro, 9. leave, relinquo, 35.
hand, manus, 6. in the power of, penes, 8. leg, crus, 3.
happy, felix, 12. in the presence of, co legion, legio, 31.
hard, durus, 39.

ram, 9.

length, at, tandem, 34.
hare, lepus, 40.

in view of, palam, 9. less, minor, 12.
harvest, messis, 5.

indeed, quidem, 17.
hasten, festinare, 21. infantry (adj.), pedester, | letter, epistola, 25.
head, caput, 3.

12.

lie, mentior, 43.
hear, audio, 38.

innocent, insons, 12. lift, tollo, 35.
heaven, caelum, 22. intend, destinare, 24. light, levis, 11.
heavier, gravior, 12. interpret, interpretari, like, similis, 42.
heavy, gravis, II.

lion, leo, 3.
Hector, Hector, 3. into, in, 8.

little, parvus, 10.
help, auxilium, 12. island, insula, I. live, vivo, 33.
her, ejus, illius, 16. its, ejus, illius, 16. load, onerare, 19.
her own, suus, 15. | its own, suus, 15. long (adj.), longus, 10.
here, hic, 27.

itself, se, sese, 15; ip | long (adv.), diu, 26.
herself, se, sese, 13; ip- sum, 16.

love, amor, 7.
sa, 16.

love, to, amare, 19.
hide, pellis, 4.
high, altus, io.
hill, collis, 4.

journey, iter, 41.,
himself, se, sese, 15; 1 joyful, laetus, 14.

mad, demens, 12.
ipse, 16.
judge, judex, 22.

mad, to be, insanio, 38.
hinder, impedio, 37. just about, sub, 8.

madness, insania, 1.
his, ejus, illius, 16.

magistrate,magistratus,
his own, suus, 15.
hither, huc, 24.

K.

make, facio, 36.
honour, honor, 3. keen, acer, 12.

make trial of, experior,
honourable, honestus, keep, servare, 19.

43.
kill, occido, 32.

man, homo, 3. See also
hope, spes, 6.
kind, genus, 13.

36, Note 3.
horn, cornu, II.
king, rex, 9.

many, multi, 10.
horse, equus, 13. known, notus, 10. march, iter, 41.
hour, hora, 37.

market-place, forum,
how often, quoties, 38.

34.
huge, ingens, 12.

master, dominus, 15;
hunger, fames, 4.
labour, labor, 39.

magister, 43.
hunt, venari, 40. labour, to, laborare, 21. meanwhile, interea, 20.
land, terra, 1.

measure, metior, 43.
laugh, risus, 6.

meat, caro, 39.
laugh, to, rideo, 26. messenger, nuntius, 22.
I, ego, 15.

laughter, risus, 6. milk, lac, 39.
ill, male, 39.

lay waste, vastare, 22; mine, meus, 15.
illustrious, illustris, II. | populari, 40.

miserable, miser, 10.
immediately, statim, 43. | lead, duco, 31.

mix, misceo, 29.
immense, ingens, 12. | leader, dux, 3.

moat, fossa, 37.
in, in, 9.
| leaf, frons, 1o.

money, argentum, 20.

6.

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