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Latin 4 Caesar 2

Latin 4 Caesar Frequency List 2

TermDefinition
Ac And
Adventus Arrival
Arma Arms, equipment, weapons
Certus Certain, reliable, sure
Cogere To collect, to compel
Concedo To go away, withdraw, yield
Conari To try
Consilium Plan, counsel
Convenire To come together, to assemble
Diligere To choose, elect, select
Dum While, until
Exercitus Army
Facultas Opportunity, power, skill
Idem, eadem, idem The same
Iniuria Wrong, insult, injustice
Item Also, likewise
Ius Justice, law, right
Legatus Commander, envoy
Legio Legion
Ob (+accusative) On account of, because of
Omnino Altogether, wholely, entirely
Oportet It behooves
Oppidum Town
Pax Peace, quiet
Pellere To drive, push
Periculum Danger, peril
Pervenire To arrive
Priceps Chief, leader
Pro (+ablative) Before, for, on behalf of
Proficiscor To set out
Quin Nay (even), (but) that
Recipiere To take back, recover
Ripa Riverbank
Sequor To follow
Singulus One by one
Socius Ally, comrade, companion
Ut (+indicative) As
Utor To use
Vel Or
Vis Force, power, violence
Created by: 18barkea