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right, fair (adj.), aequus, -a, -um.
right (in the sight of the gods).
fas, n., indecl. noun.
rightly, iure.
risk, perlculum, -I, n.
river, flumen, -inis, n.
road, via, -ae, /. ; iter, itineris, n.
Roman, Romanus, -a, -um.
Rome, R5ma, -ae, /.
royal power, regnum.
rule, rego, -ere, rexi, rectus,
rumor, rumor, -oris, m.

safe, incolumis, -e; tutus, -a, -um.
safely, tuto ; translate when possible

by adj., safe.
safety, salus, -utis, /.
sail (verb), navigo, i.
sake, for the sake of, causa, following

its gen.
same, Idem, eadem, idem,
savage, ferus, -a, -um.
save, conservo, i.
say, dlco, -ere, dlxl, dictus.
sea, mare, -is, n.
secure, (adj.), tutus, -a, -um.
secure (verb), consequor, -I, -secutus;

concilio, i ; nanciscor, -I, nactus.
see, see to it, video, -ere, vldl, vlsus.
seek, peto, -ere, -ivi or -ii, -Itus.
seem, videor, -erf, vlsus.
seize, occupo, i ; comprehends, -ere,

-hendl, -hensus.
self, myself, etc. // emphatic, ipse,

-a, -um ; if reflexive, mel, tul, sui,

etc.
senate, senatus, -us, m.
senator, senator, -oris, m.
send, mitto, -ere, mlsl, missus.

send ahead, praemitto, -ere, -mlsl,

-missus.
send back, remitto, -ere, -mlsl,

-missus,
send out or away (in different

directions), dlmitto, -ere, -mlsl,

-missus.
separate, dlvido, -ere, -vlsl, -vlsus.
serious, gravis, -e.
servant, servus, -I, m.
service, officium, -ii, n. ; meritum, -I, n.
service, be of service, prosum,

prodesse, proful.



set



136



take



set fire to, incendo, -ere, -cendl, -cen-
sus.
set out, proficlscor, -I, -fectus.
set sail, solvo, -ere, solvi, solutus,
with or without navem or naves,
settle {down), consldo, -ere, -sedl,

-sessurus.
seventh, septimus, -a, -um.
several, complures, -a or -ia.
shield, scutum, -I, n.
ship, navis, -is, /.

war ship, navis longa.
short, brevis, -e.

shout, shouting, clamor, -oris, m.
show, ostendc, -ere, -di, -tus; indico,

i ; doceo, -ere, -ul, doctus.
shrewdness, consilium, -ii, n.
sight, conspectus, -us, m.
since, cum, with subj.; quoniam,

with indie.
sister, soror, -oris, /.
situation, locus, -I, m. ; pi. loca,

-orum, n.
skilful, skilled, perltus, -a, -um, with

gen.
slave, servus, -I, m.
slay, occldo, -ere, -cldi, -clsus.
slight, parvus, -a, -um.
so {with adjectives and adverbs), tarn;
{with verbs), ita, sic.
and so, itaque.
so great, tantus, -a, -um.
so long, tam diu.
so long as, dum, with indie.
so much {as noun), tan turn, -I, n.
so often, totiens.
soldier, miles, -litis, m.
some {adj.), aliqui, -qua, -quod;
n5n nullus, -a, -um ; pi. as subst.
some one, something {subst.), ali-

quis, aliquid.
some . . . others, alii . . . alii,
some in one direction, others in

another, alii aliam in partem,
there are some who, sunt qui.
sometimes, non numquam.
soon, brevi tempore.

as soon as, simul atque.
sort, genus, -eris, n.

of this sort, eius modi,
spare, parcS, -ere, pepercl or parsl,
parsurus.



speak, dico, -ere, dixl, d ictus.
speech, oratio, -onis, /.
speed, celeritas, -atis, /.

at full speed {of horses), incitatus,

-a, -um.
spot, locus, -I, m. ; pi. loca, -orum, n.
spy, spy out, speculor, i.
stab, percutio, -ere, -cussl, -cussus.
stand, sto, stare, stetl, status.

stand, get a footing, consists,

-ere, -stiti.
stand in the way of, obsisto, -ere,

-stiti, with dot.
standard, signum, -I, n.
start, proficlscor, -I, profectus.
state, clvitas, -atis,/.
stay, maneo, -ere, mansi, mansurus.
still, now, nunc; still, nevertheless,

tamen.
stir up, concito, i.«
storm, tempestas, -atis,/.
strange, novus, -a, -um.
strangeness, novitas, -tatis, /.
strong, firmus, -a -um.
such, of such a sort, talis, -e ; so

great, tantus, -a, -um.
suddenly, subito
sufficient, satis {indecl.), n.
sufficiently, satis.
suitable, idoneus, -a, -um, with dot.

or ad with ace.
summon, voco, i.
sun, sol, solis, m.
supplies, commeatus, -us, m.
support, alo, -ere, -ul, altus or alitus.
suppose, credo, -ere, -didi, -ditus;

existimo, i.
sure, certus, -a, -um.
surpass, supero, i, with ace; pracstd.

-stare, -stiti, -stitus, with dat.
surrender (oneself), d£dd, -ere.

dedidl, deditus, with reflex.
surround, get around, circumvtrir

-Ire, -venl, -ventus.
suspect, suspicor, i.
suspicion, susplcio, -Onis, /.
Swabians, Suebl, -orum, m., pi.
sword, gladius, -ii, m.

take, bear, fer6, ferre, tull, latus.
take, lead, duc6, -ere, duxl,
ductus.



take



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unprepared



take, take up, capture, capio,

-ere, cepi, captus.
take away, eripio, -ere, -ui,

-reptus.
take by storm, expugno, i.
take place, fid, fieri, factum est.
take possession of, potior, -Iri,
-Itus.
tear, lacrima, -ae, /.
tear up, eripio, -ere, -ui, -reptus.
tell, dlco, -ere, dixl, dictus; pro-
nun tio, i.
tell, show, doceo, -ere, -ui, doctus.
tempest, tempestas, -atis, /.
ten, decern.

tenth, decimus, -a, -um.
terms, conditio, -onis, /., sing, or pi.
terrify, perterreo, -ere, -ui, -itus.
territory, territories, ager, agri, m. ;

fines, -ium, m.
than, quam, or abl. after a comparative.
that (dem. pron.), ille, ilia, illud;

is, ea, id.
that, so that, in order that, ut; after
verbs of fearing, ne; after negative
expressions of doubt, quin.
that . . . not, introducing a negative

clause of purpose, ne.
would that, utinam.
their, suus, -a, -um {reflex.) ; eorum.
them, cf. he.
then, at that time, turn.

then, therefore, igitur {usually
postpositive) .
there, in that place, ibi.
therefore, itaque.
these, cf. this,
thing, res, rei, /.

think, puto, i ; exlstimo, i ; arbitror,
i.
think, feel, sentio, -Ire, sensl, sensus.
this, hie, haec, hoc.
though, cum.
thousand, mllle {indecl. adj.).

thousands, mllia, -ium, n., pi. {fol-
lowed by partitive gen.).
threaten, impendeo, -ere.
three, tres, tria.

a period of three days, trlduum,

-I, n.
three hundred, trecentl, -ae, -a.
through, per, prep, with ace.



throw, iacio, -ere, ieel, iactus ; conicio,
-ere, -ieel, -iectus.

throw back, reicio, -ere, -ieel,
-iectus.

throw down, away, abicio, -ere,
-ieel, -iectus.
tide, aestus, -us, m. .
tilling the land, agri cultura, -ae, /.
time, tempus, -oris, n.

on time, ad tempus.

time and again, semel atque iterum.
timid, timidus, -a, -um.
to, ad, prep, with ace; often translated

by dat.
to-day, hodie.

together with, una cum, with abl.
toward {in space), ad with ace.
town, oppidum, -I, n.
trader, mercator, -oris, m.
transport, adj., onerarius, -a, -um.
travel, eo, Ire, il or ivl, itum est.
treachery, Insidiae, -arum, /., pi.
trial, iudicium, -il, n.
tribe, gens, gentis, /.
tribune, tribunus, -I, m.

tribune of the people, tribunus
plebis.
tributary, vectlgalis, -e.
troops, copiae, -arum, /., pi.
true, verus, -a, -um.
truth, verum, -I, n.
try, conor, i.

turn and flee, tergum verto, -ere,
verti, versum.
twelve, duodecim; XII.
two, duo, -ae, -o.

unacquainted, imperitus, -a, -um,

with gen.
unbelievable, incredibilis, -e.
uncertain, incertus, -a, -um.
uncovered, nudus, -a, -um.
understand, intellego, -ere, -lexl,

-Iectus.
undertake, suscipio, -ere, -cepi,

-ceptus.
ungrateful, ingratus, -a, -um.
unharmed, incolumis, -e.
unjust, inlquus, -a, -um.
unjustly, iniuria.
unless, nisi.
unprepared, imparatus, -a, -um.



unskilful



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zeal



unskilful, imperitus, -a, -um.

until, ad, prep, with ace.

until, dum ; quoad, conj. ; when

equivalent to before, prius quam.
urge, hortor, i; cohortor, i.
use {noun), usus, -us, m.

of use, usui (dative).
use, make use of, utor, -i, usus.

vacant, lie vacant, vaco, i.

valor, virtus, -utis, /.

vengeance, take vengeance on, ulcls-

cor, -I, ultus.
verdict, iudicium, -ii, n.
very {adj.), ipse, -a, -um.
victory, victoria, -ae, /.
village, vicus, -I, m.
violence, vis, /.
virtue, virtus, -utis, /.
voice, vox, vocis, /.

wait, delay, moror, i.

wait for, exspecto, i.
wander about, vagor, i.
war, bellum, -i, n.
warn, admoneo, -ere, -ul, -itus.
way, manner, modus, -i, m.

way, road, via, -ae, /.
we, nos, gen., nostrum or nostrl.
weapon, telum, -I, n.
weather, tempestas, -atis, /.
weigh (of anchor), tollo, -ere, sustuli,

sublatus.
welfare, salus, -utis, /.

public welfare, res publica, rel

publicae.
what (inter, pron.), quid; (inter.

adj.), qui, quae, quod,
what (rel. pron.), (id) quod, (ea) quae,
what great, how great, quantus,

-a, -um.
whatever, quidquid.
what sort of, qualis, -e.
when, cum ; ubi.
where (place in which), ubi; (place

to which), quo.
wherever, whithersoever, quScumque.
whether, num, -ne, si, utrum.



which, see who.

which (of two), uter, utra, utrum.

while, dum.

who, what (inter, pron.), quis, quid.

who, which, what (rel. pron.), qui,

quae, quod,
whoever, whatever, quicumque,

quaecumque, quodcumque.
whole, totus, -a, -um.
wholly, omnino.
why, cur.

wicked, improbus, -a, -um.
wide, latus, -a, -um.
width, latitudo, -inis, /.
wife, uxor, -oris, /.

willing, be willing, volo, velle, volul.
winter, hiems, hiemis, /.
pass the winter, hiem5, i.
winter quarters, hiberna, -drum,

»., pi.
wisdom, consilium, -ii, n.
wish, volo, velle, volul.

not wish, nol6, nolle, nolui.
with, cum, prep, with abl.
with, near, apud, prep, with ace.
withdraw, go away, discedo, -ere,

-cessl, -cessurus.
without, sine, prep, with abl.
withstand, sustineo, -ere, -ul, -tentus.
woman, mulier, -eris, /.
word, verbum, -I, n.
work (noun), opus, operis, n.
work (verb), laboro, i.
worth, virtus, -utis,/.
would that, utinam.
wound, volnus, -eris, n.
wrong, do wrong, pecco, i.

year, annus, -I, m.

every year, quotannis.
yet, tamen.

yield, cedo, -ere, cessl, cessurus.
you, tu, tul.
young man, adulescens, adule?centi<

m.

your (sing.), tuus, -a, -um ; (plu.)
vester, -tra, -tram.

zeal, studium, -ii, n.






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Online LibraryJulius CaesarC. Iulii Caesaris Commentarii rerum gestarum. Caesar's Commentaries: the Gallic war, books I-Iv, with selections from books V-VII and from the civil war; → online text (page 73 of 73)