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SimsAPLatinCaesar

De bello Gallico (Vocab for Book I Chpts 6 - 7)

QuestionAnswer
carrus -i, m. = cart, wagon
domus -us, f. = house; home; native country
expeditus -a, -um = unimpeded; without baggage; light-armed
omnino (adv.) = entirely, only
vix (adv.) = with difficulty, hardly, scarcely
animus -i, m. = mind; character, spirit, soul; courage
extremus -a, -um = outermost, farthest; the farthest part of
fluo fluere, fluxi, fluxus = to flow, run
nondum (adv.) = not yet
nonnullus -a, -um = some, several [a double-negative, lit. means "not none"]
paco (1) = to subdue, pacify
pons pontis, m. = bridge
vadum -i, n. = ford, shallow
vel . . . vel = either . . . or [vel = or]
ripa -ae, f. = bank (of a stream/river)
impero (1) = to demand from; to requisition; to command, order
maturo (1) = to hurry, hasten
nuntio (1) = to announce, report; to order
urbs urbis, f. = city (esp. _the_ city, i.e. Rome)
ulterior -ius (compar. adj.) = farther, more remote
licet licere, licuit, licitum est (impers. verb) = it is permitted
maleficium -i, n. = mischief, harm
nullus -a, -um = not any, no, none
occido occidere, occisi, occisus = to cut down, kill
princeps principis, m. = chief, first
ullus -a, -um = a single, any
voluntas voluntatis, f. = wish; goodwill; consent
facultas facultatis, f. = power; opportunity; resources
inimicus -a, -um = unfriendly, hostile
iniuria -ae, f. = wrong; injury, damage
puto (1) = to think, consider, believe (often introduces indirect statement)
revertor reverti, revertus sum (deponent verb) = to turn back, come back, return
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