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Ecce 55B

Ecce 55B translation and vocab

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succedo, succedere, successi, successurus to follow, succeed
exsecrandus, -a, -um accursed, detestable
lacrimabilis, -is, -e lamentable, terrible
quo through which, by means of which
praeter beyond
fortuna fortune, luck
muto, -are, -avi, -atus to change
consulatus, -us, m. consulship
dubietas, dubietatis, f. doubt, hesitation
defero, deferre, detuli, delatus to carry down, offer, confer
contradictum est it was opposed, there was opposition
issusque and he was ordered
exercitus, us, m. army
iniuria, -ae, f. injustice, injury
adversum against
senatus, -us, m. senate
universus, -a, -um all, entire, whole
nobilitas, nobilitatis, f. aristocracy, senatorial class
apud in, at
dux, ducis, m. leader
contra opposite, facing, against
vacuus, -a, -um empty
validus, -a, -um healthy, strong, powerful
dimico, -are, -avi, -aturus to fight, struggle
fugo, -are, -avi, -atus to put to flight
evado, evadere, evasi, evasus to escape
quia because
intervenio, intervenire, interveni, interventurus to come between, intervene
scire (followed by an infinitive) to know how
Created by: EcceStudent