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Dinner. Coena, ae, f.

Dion. Dio or Dion, Onis, m.

Dionysius. Dionysius, ii, m.

Disagree. Dissentio, Ire, sensi^
sensum.



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Discharge, fulfil. Fungor, i.func-
ins sum, dep.

Discord. Discordia, ae, f.

Discourse. Oratio, Onts, f.

Disgraceful. Turpis, e.

Disguise. Disaimiilo^Are^dviyHtum.

Displease. DisplXceo, ere, ui, itum,
G. 385.

Dissension. Dusidium, it, n.

Distinguished. Clarus, a, um. See
233.

Distrusting. Viffuus, a, urn. See
625.

Divide. Divldo, ire, visi, visum.

Divine. Divintis, a, urn.

Do. Facto, ire, feci, factum ; ago,
ire, egi, actum. Do, perform,
gero, ire, gessi, gestum. Is do-
ing, is done, agltur, geritur.

Domestic. Momesiicus, a, urn.

Doubt — there is no doubt. Non
duhium est. See 322.

Doubt, to" doubt. DulHto, are, Hvi,
atum.

Doubtful. Duhius, a, um.

Dream. Somnium, ii, n.

Drive. Pello, ire, pepHU, pulsum.
Drive, cast out, ejicio, ire, jici,
jedum.

Due — one's due. Suum, %, n. G.
441.

Duillius. J>uittiu8, ii, ra.

Dumnorix. Dumndrix, Igis, ra.

During, in. In, prep, with abl.

Dutiful affection. Piiias, atis, f.

Duty. Offidum, ii, n. To be the
duty of, often rendered by the
Pred. Gen. See 426; also G.
862; 401.

R

Each, every. Quisque, quaeque,
quodque and quicque or quidque.
One each, singKdi, ae, a. Each
topic, quidque.

Eager. Aldcer, cris, ere; studi-
Osus, a, um ; avidus, a, um.
See 222.

Eagerly. Cuplde ; vehementer, adv.

Eagle. Aqulla, ae, f.



Ear. Auris, auris, f.
Early, ancient. Antiquus, a, um.
Early in the morning, mane, adv.
Easily. Facile, adv.
Easy. Fadlis, e.
Eclipse. Defectio, Ohis, f.
Edifice. Aedes, is, f. G. 132.
Egypt Aegyptus, i, f.
Eighth of November. Ante diem
sextum idus Novemhres (a, d, VI,
id, Nov,). . G. 642.
Eighty. Odoginta, indecl.
Either — or. Aut — aut; vel — veU

G. 554, II. 2.
Elated — be elated. Effiror, ferri,

eUttus sum, pass, of effiro.
Elegance. Ehgantia, ae, f.
Elegantly. Polite, adv.
Eloquence. Eloquentia, ae, f.
Eloquent. Eldquens, entis.
Eminent, excelling. Excdlens, en-
tis. To be eminent, unus, a, um,
emlneo, ire, u/i ; or emineo alone.
Emolument. Emolumentum, i, n.
Empire. Imperium, ii, n.
Enact. Sancio, ire, sanxi, sanc-
tum. Enact, write, scribo, ire,
scripsi, scriptum.
Encamp. Contra pono, ire, posui,

posXtum,
Encounter. Suheo, oheo, Ire, ti,
itum; oppito, ire, pdlvi or tt,
itum.
Endeavor. Conor, dri, Stus sum,

dep.
Endowed with. Praeditus, a, um,

G. 420, N. 1, 4).
Endure. Fero,ferre, iuli, latum.
Enemy. Hbstis, is, m. and f. ;

inimicus, i, m. See 344.
Engaged — be engaged in. Sum,
esse, fui, in with abl. See 534.
Engagement, fight. Proelium, ii,
n. ; pugna, ae, f. See 256. Naval
engagement, pugna navdXis,
Enjoy. Fruor, i,frudus and/rwl-

iiLS sum, dep. G. 421, I.
Enjoyment. DdedcUio, Onis, f.
Enlarge. Amplio, are, Svi, atum,
Ennius. Ennius, ii, m.
Entertain, hold. Teneo, ere, ui.



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tentum. Entertain gratitude, gra-
tiam habeo, ire, u% Hum. See
548. Entertain the same senti-
ments, eddem seiiiio, Ire, sensiy
sensum.

Entertainment. Convivium, ii, n.

Entirely. Omnlno, adv. ; iotus,
ay urn. G. 151; 443.

Entitle. Inscrlbo, ire, scripsi,
scripium.

Envy, to look upon with envy.
Invldeo, ire, vldi, 'vlstim,

Epaminondas. Epaminondas,ae,m.

Ephesus. JEphisus, i, f.

Epicurus. Epicurus, i, m.

Equal. Par, parts.

Equity. AequXtas, Sits, t.

Erudition. Eruditio, Onis, f.

Escape. EJFCigio, ire, fugi.

Especially. Ma^me, praesertim,
adv.

Establish. Firmo, confirmo, are,
Hvi, Htum,

Established — firmly established.
Firmus, a, um.

Esteem. Aesitmo, tZre, Svt, Stum ;
facio, ire, feci, factum. Esteem
lightly, despise, contemno, ire,
tempsi, iemptum.

Eternal. Sempiternus, a, um,

Etruria. Etruria, ae, f.

Even. Etiam, adv. Even if, eii-
amsi, conj, G. 616, IL

Evening. Vesper, iris, m. In the
evening, vespiri.

Event, issue. Eventus, us, m.
Event, thing, res, rei, f.

Ever. Unquam, adv. Ever = al-
ways, semper, adv. For ever,
in perpetuum.

Every. Quisque, quaeque, quod-
que and quicque or quidque ;
omnis, e.

Evident — be evident. Consto, are,
siiti, statum.

Evil. Malum, i, n.

Exalted, most exalted. Summus,
a, um. G. 163, 3.

Example. Exemplum, i, n.

flxceedingly. Vehem^enter, valde,
adv.



Excel. Excello, ire, ceUui, celsunu
Excellence, goodness. £onitas^

atis, f.
Excellent. . PraeclSirus, a, um»

Excellent, good, bonus, a, um.
Excellently. Excellenter, adv.
Excelling. Excellens, erUis,
Except. Praeter, prep, with ace.
Exception — without exception.

Unus, a, um. G. 176, 1.
Excessive. Nimius, a, um.
Excite. Exdlto, are, ati, atum.
Elercise. Exerceo, ire, ui, Uutti.
Exertion, zeal. Studium, ii, n.

Exertion, attention, opira, ae, f.
Exhort. Hortor, cohortor, art, atus

sum, dep.
Exile. Exsilium, ii, n.
Exist. Sum, isse, fui.
Expect. Exspecto, are, avi, atum.

To be expected to ; rendered by

the Act. Periphrast. Coiy. G.

233.
Expectation, opinion. Opinio, 0-

nis, f.
Expel. ExpeUo, ire, puli, puU

sum.
Experience. Usus, us, m.
Expose one*s self. JSe opponire

(oppOno, ire, posui, posltum).
Express, utter. Eldquor, i, locUtus

sum, dep. Express opinion, think,

censeo, ire, ui, censum. See 676.

Express thanks, gratias ago, ire,

egi, actum. See 648.
Extol. ExtoUo, ire, with laudibus

or laudando.
Eye. OcUlus, i, m.



Fabius. Fabius, ii, m.
Fable. ' FabiUa, ae, f.
Fabricius. Fabridus, ii, m.
Faesulae. Faesulae, arum, f. pi.
Fail. Defido, ire, fid, fectum.
Faith. Fides, ii, f.
False. FcUsus, a, um.
Familiarly. FamHicM^ter, adv.
Famous. Clarus, a, um. The



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famous, sometimes rendered by
tile, n, ud. G. 450, 4.

Far — so far. Taniunij adv. So far
am I from, tantum abesi ut with
subj. See 498. Thus far, adhuc,
adv.

Father. Pater^ iris^ m. Conscript
Fathers, Paires Conscripii^m.-^L

Fault. Culpa, ae, f.

Favor. Benefidum, ti, n. To re-
quite a favor, gratiam reftro,
ferre, tiili, latum. See 548.

Favor, to favor. Fav€0, €re, favt,
fauium. G. 886.

Fear. Meius, us, m. ; timer , Oris,
m. See 305.

Fear, to fear. Metuo, fre, ui ;
timeo, ire, ui; re7'eor, eri, veri-
ius sum, dep. '^Fear greatly,
pertimesco, ire, iimui.

Feast. Ep<tlae, arum, f. pi.

Feel the need of. Indtgeo, ire, ui.
See 239,1.; also G.414,I.; 410, V.l.

Feeling of admiration. Admiratio,
Onis, f.

Few. Pauci, ae, a, pi.

Fidelity. Fidelitas^ atis, f. ; fides,

a, f.

Field. Ager, agri, m.

Fifth. Quintus, a, um. Fifth day
of the month (generally), Nonae,
arum, f. pi. G. 642, I. 2.

Fiftieth. Quinquagesimus, a, um.

Fight, battle. Pugna, ae, f.

Fight, to fight. Pugno, are, avi,
atum. Fight (a battle), lit. m^ke,
facio, ire, feci, factum. See 257.
A battle is fought, pugyi&tur,
atum est.

Fill. Compleo, ere, ivi, etum.

Find, by accident. Invinio, ire,
veni, ventum. Find, by search,
repirio, ire, piri, pertum.

Finish, bring to a close. ^ Finio,
ire, ivi and ii, itum.

Fire. Ignis, is, m. Set fire to,
inflammo, are, avi, atum ; in-
cendo, ire, di, sum. With fire
and sword, ferro tgnique. See
117.

Firmly established. Firmus, a, um.



First. Primus, a, um. First, for
the first time, primum, adv.
First day of the month. Calendar,
arum, f. pi.

Fitting — it is fitting. Oportet, uit
impers.

Five. Quinque, indecl.

Flaccus. Flaccus, t, m.

Flee. Fugio, ire, fugi, fugUum;
prof&gio, ire,fagi.

Flight. Fuga, ae, f.

Flourishing. Florens, entis.

Flow into. Infiuo, ire, fluxi, flux-
um.

Foe. Inimlcus, i, m.

Follow. Sequor, consSquor, i, se-
cutus sum, dep. Follow this
course, hoc sequor.

Folly. Stultitia, ae, f. Surpass
the folly of, esse dementior. See
480.

Fond of. Amans, antis ; cupldus,
a, um ; diligens, entis.

Foolish. Dcmens, entis.

For, prep. Pro, prep, with abl.
For = about, concerning, de,
prep, with abl. For = against,
tn, prep, with ace. For — because
of, propter, prep, with ace. For
= during, per^ prep^ with ace.
For == to secure, ad, prep, with
ace. For after idoneus, parOtus,
etc, ad, prep, with ace. For
ever, in perpetuum. For his,
&c., own sake, propter sese (stf).
For my, &c., sake, mea causa, etc.
G. 416, ft. n. 2. For the purpose
of, for the sake of, causa or
gratia with gen. G. 416, ft. n. 2.
For a long time, jamdndum;
jamprldem, G. 467, 2. For the
first time, primum, adv. For
the reason that, propterea quod.

For, conj. Enim', nam, conj.

Force. Vis, vis, f. ; frequently
used in pi. vires, ium, A force,
forces, copiae, arum, f. pi. To
be in force, vigcv, ere, vigvi.

Forced marches. Magna ttinira,
n. pi. See 246.

Ford. Vadum, i, n.



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Forefathers. MajcreB, um, pi.
Forget. Ohlivxscorf i, oblUtis sum,

dep. G. 406, II.
Form, make. Facio, ire, feci, fac-
tum.
Formerly. Quondam, antea, adv.
Forth — set forth. ExprOmo, ire,

prompsi, prompium. Set forth

views, state, praedico, are, dvi,

atum.
Fortify. Munio, ire, ivi and it,

Uum,
Fortitude. Fortiindo, inis, f.
Fortunate. FortunSLtus, a, um.
Fortune. ForiUna, ae, f. To be

one*8 good fortune, coniingo, ire,

flgi, factum.
Forty. Quadraginta, indccl.
Forum. Forum, t, n.
Forward — look forward to. Ex'

specto, are, avi, atum.
Found. Condo, ire^ didi, dXium,
Founding of the city. Urhs con-

dXta. G. 649, N. 2.
Four. Quatiuor, indecl.
Fourth. Quartus, a, um.
Free. lAber, ira, irum. To be

free from, vaoo^ dre, dvi, atum;

careo, ire, ui, Hum; egeo, ii*e,

ui. See 239, 1.
Free from. lihiro, arc, avi, atum,

G. 414, L ft. n.
Frequently. Saepe, crehro, adv.;

frequem, entis. G. 443.
Friend. Amicus, i, m. My, &c.,

friends, mei, drum, etc., m. pL

G. 441, 1. Friend of the people,

poputariSy is, m. and f .
Friendly. Amicus, a, um.
Friendship. Amicitia, ae, f.
From. A, ab ; e, ex; prep, with

abL- G. 434, N. 2. From, after

verbs of hindering, quomXnus,

conj. G. 497, 2. From boyhood,

a puSro, From day to day, in

dies. From that place, thence,

inde, adv.
Fulfil. Fungor, t, functus sum,

dep. G. 421, 1.
Full, in full numbers. . Frequens,

entis.



Fully — more fully. FluMus ver

bis. See 614.
Furnish. Orno, are, avi, atum*



Gain. Emolumentum, i, n.

Game. Ludus, %, m.

Garden. Ilorius, i, m.

Gate. Porta, ae, f.

Gaul. GdUia, ae, f.

Gaul, a Gaul. GaUus, i, m.

General. JmperOtor, Oris, m.

Geneva. Geneva, aSj t

Genius. Ingenium, ii, n.

German. GermfCnus, i, m.

Gift. Donum, %, n.

Give. Do, dare, dedi, datum.
Give, deliver, trado, ire, didi,
ditum. Give, confer, confiro,fer'
re, tidi, coUatum, Give advice,
suadeo^ ire, suasi, suasum. G.
386. Give heed, opiram do, dare,
dedi, datum. Give precepts,
praec^pio, ire, dpi, ceptu/m.

Gladly. Laete, adv.

Glorious. Gloriosus, a,*um.

Glory. Gloria, ae, f.

Glory in. Glorior, ari, atus sum,
dep.

Go. Eo, ire, ivi and ft, itum. Go
from, exeo. Ire, ii. Hum.

God. Deus, i, m. G. 61, 6.

Gold. Aurum, i, n.

Golden. Aureus, a, um.

Good. Bonus, >ii, um. Good deed,
rede factum, n. See 866. Good
will, benevdlentia, a^, f. To bo
one's good fortune, contingo, ire,
flgi, tactum.

Good, a good. Bonum, i, n.

Goodness. Bonlta^, Otis, f.

Gorgias. , Gorgifos, ae, m.

Govern. Guberno, are, avi, atum [
rego, ire, rexi, rectum.

Government. Regnum, i, n.

Gracchus. Gracchus, t, m.

Grain. Frumentum, i, n.

Grandson. Nepos, Otis, m.



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Grateful — be grateful. Gratiam
habeOf ire, viy Hum, See 548.

Gratitude. Gratia, ae, f. To en-
tertain gratitude, gratiam habeo,
ire, ui, itum.

Gravity. Graviias, Sitis, f.

Great. Magnus, a, urn. Great/ il-
lustrious, amplus, a, tim. Great,
severe, gravis, e. How great,
quantus, a, urn. So greats iari'
tus, a, um.

Great Britain — of or from Great
Britain. Britannlcus, a, um.

Greater. Major, us, G. 165. Of
greater value, pluris. G. 404,
N. 1. To render a greater ser-
vice, pliAs prosum, prodessc, pro-
fui. G. 290.

Greatest. Maximus, a, um, G.
165. Greatest (in* rank), highest,
summus, a, um, G. 163, 3.

Greatly. Valde, magnopire, adv.
Greatly, with interest and refert,
magni, G. 408, HI.

Greece. Graecia, ae, f.

Greedy. Avidus, a, um.

Greek. Graecus, a, um,

Greek, a Greek. Graecus, i, m.

Greek, in Greek. Graece, adv.

Grieve. Doleo, ire, ui, Uum.

Guard— be on one's guard. Caveo,
ere, cavi, cautum.

Guard, to guard. CustOdio, Ire,
ivi and ii, itum. Guard, defend,
iueor, €ri, it us sum, dep.

Guidance — under the guidance of.
Dux, duds, in abl. abs.

Guide. Dux, duds, m. and f.



H.

Habit. Consuetndo, inis, f. See 167.

Hand. Manus, us, f.

Hannibal. Hannibal, alis, m.

Happen. Fio, fiiri, factus sum,
dcp. Happen, of desirable oc-
currences, contingo, ire, iigi,
tadum. Of undesirable, accido,
ire, cidi. See 624.

Happily. Beate, feliciter, adv.



Happiness, success. Felicitas, li-
tis, f.

Happy. Beatus, a, um.

Harm. Injuria, ae, f.

Harmony. Concordia, ae, f.

Hasten. Contendo, ire, di, turn.

Hate. Odi, odisse. G. 297, I.

Hatred. Odium, ii, n.

Have. Haheo, ire, ui, Itum; sum,
esse, fui, with dat. of possessor.
To have business, negoiium esse,
with dat. of possessor. To have
confidence in, fidem habeo, ire,
ui, Uum with dat. To have a
prosperous voyage, ex sententia
navigo, are, avi, cLtum. See 339.
To have reference to, refiror,
ferri, latus sum, ad with ace.
See 677.

He, she, &c. Is, ea, id. He him-
self, &c., ipse, a, um. He, &c.,
he also = the same, idem, eddem,
idem. He, &c. = this one, hie,
ha^c, hoc.

Health. Valetudo, inis, f.

Hear.- Audio, ire, Ivi, Uum.

Hearer. Aifdiens, entis, m. and f. ;
auditor, diHs, m. ; is qui audit.
See 438.

Hearing, in the hearing of, pres.
part, of audio in abl. absol. See
555.*

Heaven, heavens. Caelum, i, n.

Heavy. Gravis, e.

Heed, give heed to. _ Opiram do,
dare, dedi, datum.

Held, to be held = to be. Sum,
esse, fui.

Helvetian. Helvetius, a, um.

Helvetians. Helvetii, Orum, m. pi.

Herald. Franco, Onis, m.

Here. Hie, adv.

Hero. Fir, tiW, m.

Herodotus. Heroddtus, i, m.

Hesitate. Dubito, are, avi, atum.

High. Alt us, a, um. High, ample,
amplus, a, um. High, great
(price), magnum, a, um. At a
high price, magno, G. 422.

Highest, of the highest degree.
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Highest results, summa, orwniy
n. pi. G. 441, 1. Highest wel-
fare of the state, highest public
welfare, summa res puhVlca.

Highly, with verbs of valuing.
Magni, Very highly, mai^mi.
More highly, pluris. How high-
ly, qtumii, G. 404, N. 1.

Himself. Sui, sibi. Himself, in-
tensive, ipscj a, um. By himself,
secum,

Hippias. Hippias, ae^ m.

His. SuuSy a, um ; not reflexive,
ejtts. See 468, 2. His own things,
productions, sua, 6rum, n. pi.
G. 441, 1.

History. Historia, ae, f.

Hold. Teneo, ere, ni, tentum.
Have, habeo, €re, ui, Hum,

Home. Domus, t, f. G. 119, 1.

Homer. Homerus, i, m.

Honestly. Honeste, adv.

Honor. Honor, Oris, m. ; honestas,
mis, f.

Honorable, Jlonestus, a, um.

Hope. Spes, spei, f.

Hope, to hope. Spero, are, avi,
atum.

Horse. Equus, equi, m.

Hortensius. Hortensius, it, m.

Hostile. Inimlcus, a, um.

Hostility, enmity. Odium, ii, n.

Hour. Jlora, ae, f.

House, one's house. Domus, us
and t, f. G. 119, 1. Walls of
my, &c., house, met paHHes,
etc. See 378.

How. Quam, adv. How great,
how large, quantus, a, um. How
highly, with verbs of valuing,
quanii, G. 404, N. 1. How
long, quousque, adv. How many,
quot, indecl. How very busy

" one is, qxcanta pccupaiione dis-
tineiur {distlneo, ere, ui, ten-
ium). See 631.

However. Qvamvis, adv. How-
ever much, quantumvis, adv.

Hundred. Centum, indecl.



I.

I. JSgo, mei, I, empliatic, egdmet
G. 184, 8. I myself, ipse, a, um^
1 would that, uilna/m, adv. G.
483, 1.

Ides. Idus, uum, t, pi. G. 642, 1. 3.

If. Si, conj. See Lesson LXXVII.
If only, dummddo, conj. If any,
si quis, G. 190, 1.

Ignorance — keep in ignorance.
Celo, dre, dvi, aium, G. 374, 2.
and N. 1.

Ignorant — be ignorant of. Tgndro,
dre, dvi, dtum. To keep ig-
norant of, in regard to, celo, dre,
dvi, dtum, de with abl. G. 374,
N. 1.

Illustrious. lUiistris, e. Most il-
lustrious, highest, summus, a,
um. G. 163, 3.

Imitate. ImUor, dri, dtus 5um,dep.

Immediately. Jam, adv.

Immense. Ingens, entis.

Immortal. Immortdlis, e.

Impel. Impello, Ire, piUi, pulsum.
Impel, incite, conclio, dre, dvi,
dtum.

Impious. Impius, a, um.

Implore. Oro, dre, dvi, dtum.

Important, great. Magnus, a, U7n.
It is important, interest, fuit. G.
408.

Impose upon. ImpOno, ere, postii,
posltum.

Impudence. Impudentia, ae, f.

In. Jn, prep, with abl. In accord-
ance with, e, ex, prep, with abl.
In behalf of, pro, prep, with abl.
In regard to, de, prep, with abl. ;
sometimes rendered by the gen.
In = situated in, posHtus, a, um,
in with abl. In the censorship,
consulship, life, reign, etc., of.
See 409. In the presence of,
apud, prep, with ace. In the vi-
cinity of, ad, prep, with ace. In
a spirited manner, aoHter, adv.
In full numbers, frequens, entis.
In vain, frustra; nequidquam,
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Inaction, inactivity. Inertia, ae, f.
Incite. Incfto, G.re<, Svi, Stum,
Inclined. Propensus, a, um.
Increase, intrans. Cresco, ire, ere-

vi, cretum; trans., augeo, ire,

auxi, auctvm.
Incursion. Incursio, Onis, f.
Indeed. Quidem ; enim ; tandem;

adv. See 606. Indeed I, &c.

See 514.
Individual, one. Unus, a, um, G.

175, 1.
Induce. IndHco, ire, duxi, due-

turn.
Industry. Industria, ae, f.
Infer. ColVtgo, ire, Ugi, ledum.
Influence. Indnco, addaco, ire,

duxi, ductum.
Inform . CertiOrem fasio, ire, feci,

factum. See 527'. Inform, teach,

doceo, ire, ui, doctum,
Inhabifllnt. Inc6la, a£, m. and f.
Injure. Noceo, ire, ui, itum, G.

385.
Injury. Inju/ria, ae, f.
Inner. Interior, ius, G. 166.
Innocence, Innocentia, ae, f.
Innumerable. Innumerabllis, e.
Inquire. Quaero, ire, quuesivi,

Itum,
Inscribe. Inscribe, ire, scripsi,

scriptum.
Insolence. Insoleniia, ae, f.
Instance, thing. Res, rei, f.
Instruct. Eridio, ire, ivi and ii,

itum. Instruct, teach, doceo, ire,

docui, doctum.
Instructor. Pr acceptor, Oris, m.
Integrity. Integrltas, atis, f.
Intention — be one*s intention. In

animo sum, esse, fui, with dat.

of possessor. See 206.
Interest — object of interest. Quod

visendum est. See 527.
Interests, advantage. Utitltas, li-
tis, f.
Interests, it interests. Intirest,

fuit, G. 408.
Interrupt. Interpello, are, Hvi,

Stum,
Intimate — a very intimate acquaint-



ance. Summus usus. To be in-
timate with, familiariter utor, i,
U8US sum, dep. G. 421, 1.

Into. In, prep^ with ace.

Introduce, bring in. Indnco, ire,
duxi, ductum.

Invent, devise. Fingo, ire, finxi,
fictum. See 605.

Invention. Inventum, i, n.

Invite. Voco, Sre, Svi, Stum ; see
184, 2; invito, Sre, Svi, Stum,

Is doing, is done. Agitur ; gerltur.

Island. Insula, ae, f.

Isocrates. Isocrdtes, is, m.

It. Is, ea, id ; Hie, a, ud. It itself,
ipse, a, um. It, the same thing,
idem, cSdem, idem. Its, suus,
a, um ; ejus. See 468, 2.

Italy. Italia, ae, f.

Itself. Sui, sibi; intensive, ipse,
a, um.



Journey. Iter, itiniris, n.

Joy. Oaudium, ii, n. ; laetitia,

ae, f. See 294.
Joyful. Laetus, a, um.
Judge. Judex, lets, m.
Judge, to judge. Judtco, Sre, Svi,

Stum, Judge, consider, exisUmo,

Sre, Svi, Stum,
July — sixth of July. Pridie Nonai

Quintiles, G. 642; 437, 1.
July — of July. Quintilis, e,
June — of June. Junius, a, um,
Junius. Junius, ii, m.
Jupiter. Jupiter, Jovis, m.
Just. Justus, a, um. Just, with

numbers, ipse, a, um. G. 452, 3.
Justice. Justitia, ae, f.
Justly. Juste, adv.



Keep. Servo, Sre, Svi, Stum.
Keep from, prohlbeo, ire, ui.
Hum, Keep from, keep off, ar-
ceo, ercy ui, arctum, G. 413, N.
1. Keep in ignorance, celo,



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are, avi, atum» G. 874, 2, and
N. 1. Keep ignorant of, in re-
gard to, celo, nre, dvi, atum, de
withabl. G. 374,N. 1.

Kill. ErUeo, are, tit, nectum.

Kind. Benignus^ a, um.

Kind, class. OenuSy iris, n. Every
kind, omne genus, n.

Kindness. BenipnUas, Sits, f.

King. Rex, regis, m.

Know, know how. Scio, scire, seivi,
scitum. Know, be acquainted
with, cognosco, ire, nOvi, nUum.
Know, comprehend, percipio,
ire, dpi, ceptum. Know, under-
stand, inteUlgo, ire, lexi, ledum.
Not to know, nescio. Ire, ivi and
ii, itum.

Knowledge. Scientia, ae, f. See
also Note on 638, 7, page 276.
Practical knowledge, usu^, us, m.

Known — well known, sometimes
rendered by %Ue, a, ud, G.
450, 4.

L.

Labienus* Labiinus, i, m.
Labor. Labor, Oris, m..
Lacedaemonian. Lacedaemonius,

ii, m.
Laelius. Laelius, ii, m.
Lake. Locus, us, m.
Land. Terra, a£, f. On sea and

land, terra marlque.
Language, tongue. Lingua, ae, f.
Large. Magnus, a, um. How large,

qu4intu^, a, um.
Lasting. ■ Sempiternus, a, um.
Latin, in Latin. Latins, adv.
Law. Lex, legis, f. ; jus, juris, n.

See 405. Civil law, jus civile.

The law of nations, jus gentium.
Lawful — it is lawful. Licet, licuit

and licltum est, impers.
Lawgiver. Is qui leges scribii

{scribo, ire, scripsi, scriptum).

See 438.
Lay waste. Vasto, are, avi, atum.
Lead. I>uco, ire, duxi, ductum.

Lead across, traduco, ire, duxi.



ductum. Lead on, addnco, irsx
duxi, ductum. Lead out, ednco,
ire, duxi, ductum.' Lead (a life),
live, vivo, ire, vixi, victum.

Leader. Dux, duds, m. and f.

Learn. Disco, i7'e, didici. Learn,
receive, hear, acclpio, ire, dpi,
ceptum.

Learned. Doctus, a, um. Learned,
of learning, doctnnae. See
440, 2.

Learning. Doctrina, ae, f. ; er«-
ditio, Onis, f. Branch of learn-
ing, doctrina, ae, f.

Least. MihXmus, a, um ; G. 165 ;
minime, adv.

Leisure. Otium, ii, n. At leisure,
otiOsus, a, um.

Leisure, unoccupied. Vacuus,a,um,.

Lemannus. ' Lemannus, i, m.

Length — at length. Tandem, adv.

Leonidas. Leontdas, ae, m.

Leontini — of Leontini, Leontine.
Leontinus, a, ttm.

Less. Minor, us ; G. 165 ; minus,
adv.

Let = cause that. Fado, ire, fed,
factum, ut with subj.

Letter of the alphabet. Littira,
as, f. Letter, epistle, epistdla,
ae, f. ; littirae, arum, f. pi. See
200. By letter, -per littiras. Let-
ter from me, &c., mea epistdla^
or epistdla a me, etc. See 366.
Letters, literature, litiirae,arum,
f.pl.

Leuctra. Leuctra, orum, n. pi.
Of Leuctra, Leuctrian, Leuctri"
cus, a, um.

Liberal. LiberUdis, e.

Liberality. LiberaJitas, atis, f.

Liberate. Libiro, are, avi, atum.
G. 414, 1.

Liberty. Libertas, Otis, f.

Life. Vita, ae, f. Period of life,
aetas, atis, t.

Light. Lux, luds, f.

Lighten. Levo, are, avi, atum.

Lightly. Leviter, adv. Esteem
lightly, despise, contemnOf ire,
iempsi, temptum.



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Like. Similis, e.

Line of battle. Acies^ €iy f.

Lines — these lines, these things.

IlaeCy n. pi.
Literary = of letters. LitierSrum,

See 440, 2.
Literature, letters. LitUraey arum,

f.pi.

Little — think little of, despise. Con-
temno, ire, iempsi, temptum.

Live. VivOj ire, vixi, mctum. One
lives, men live, vivitur, vidum
est, impers.

Live, living, Vivus, a, um.

Load, to pile up. Exstruo, ire,
struxi, structum.

Long. Longus, a, um. Long con-
tinued, very long, perdiutwnus,
a, um. For a long time, jamdu-
dum, jampndem. G. 467, 2.
Uow long, quousqve, adv.

Long for. Expito, ire, petlvi and
a, itum.

Look — look forward to. Exspedo,
€ire, Svi, Stum. Look upon,
suspicio, ire, spexi, spedum.
Look upon with envy, invideo,
ire, vidi, visum. G. 386.

Lose. Amitto, ire, misi, missum.

Loss. Rendered by the Perf. Pass.
Part, of amitto, ire, misi, mis-
sum. G. 649, N. %.

Lost, engaged, busy. Impeditus,
a, um»

Loud, great. Magnus, a, um.
With a loud voice, magna voce.

Love. Amor, Oris, m.

Love, to love. Am>o, Sre, nvi,
atum.

Lucius. Lucius, it, m.

LucuUus. Lucullus, i, m.

Lycurgus. Lycurgus, i, m.

Lysis. Lysis, Idis, m.



M.

Macedon — of Macedon, a Mace-
donian. Maddo, dnis, m.
Macedonia. Macedo7iia, ae, f.
Mad — be mad. Furo, ire, ui.



Madness. Furor, Oris, m.

Maelius. Maelius, ii, m.

Magian, pi. the Magi. Magus, i, m.

Magistrate. Magistrntus, us, m.

Magnificent. Magnificus, a, um.

Maiden. Virgo, inis, f.

Mail, coat of mail. Lorlca, ae, f.

Make. Facio, ire, feci, fa>dum';


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