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Ecce 55C

Ecce 55C translation and vocab

produco, producere, produxi, productus to lead forward
utrimque on both sides
copia, -ae, f. abundance, supply (troops if plural)
acies, aciei, f. line of battle
quadraginta forty
pedes, peditis, m. foot soldier, infantryman
eques, equitis, m. horse soldier, cavalryman
cornu, cornus, n. horn, wing (of army)
sexcenti, -ae, -a six hundred
quingenti five hundred
Oriens, Orientis, m. the East
auxilia, -orum, n. pl. auxiliary troops, reinforcements
innumerus, -a, -um uncountable, innumerable
praetorius, -i, m. one holding the rank of praetor, an ex-praetor
consularis, consularis, gen. pl., consularium, m. one holding the rank of consul, an ex-consul
non integra triginta milia not a complete 30000, less than 30000
adhuc up to this time
melioribus ducibus with better generals
orbis, orbis, gen. pl., orbium, m. orbis terrarum circle the world
contentio, contentionis, f. strife, struggle
ad postremum in the end
castra, castrorum, n. pl. camp
diripio, diripere, diripui, direptus to plunder, ransack
tutor, tutoris, m. guardian, protector
iuvenilis, -is, -e young, youthful
aetas, aetatis, f. age
amicitia, -ae, f. friendship
fundo, fundere, fudi, fusus to pour out, shower, shed
intueor, intueri, intuitus sum to gaze at, look upon, contemplate
gener, generi, m. son-in-law
quondam once, formerly
Created by: EcceStudent