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CLC27

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adeō so much, so greatly
adventus, -ūs arrival
anteā before
appāreō, -ēre, appāruī appear
ardeō, -ēre, arsī burn, be on fire
certāmen, certāminis struggle, contest, fight
comes, comitis comrade, companion
decet it is proper
fax, facis torch
gaudeō, -ēre, gāvīsus sum be pleased, rejoice
ignārus, -a, -um not knowing, unaware
imperō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus (w/dat.) order, command
incendō, -ere, incendī, incēnsus burn, set fire to
īnsidiae, -ārum trap, ambush, plot
iocus, iocī joke
iussum, -ī order
manus, -ūs hand; band of men
noceō, -ēre, nocuī, nocitus (w/dat.) hurt, injure
occurrō, -ere, occurrī, occursus (w/dat.) meet
ōsculum, -ī kiss
praeceps (praecipitis) headlong
praemium, ī reward, prize
proximus, -a, -um nearest, next
quālis, quāle what sort of
silentium, -ī silence
sub under, up to
tacitus, -a, -um silent
taedet it is tiring
tantus, -a, -um so great, such a great
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