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Using Latin Bk3 p.40

It Is to Be War p.40

TermDefinition
ubique (adv.) wherever, anywhere, everywhere, in any place
quisque, quidque (indef. pron.) each one, every one, each, every
molior, -iri, -itus sum to toil over, undertake; to plot
tendo, -ere, tetendi, tentum to spread, stretch out; to direct; to struggle
obsideo, -ere, -sedi, -sessum to hem in, obstruct, blockage
item (adv.) also, likewise, too; in like manner
hortor, -ari, -atus sum to encourage, urge, prompt, incite
festino, -are, -avi, -atum to hasten, hurry
postremo (adv.) at last, last of all, finally
agito, -are, -avi, -atum to set in motion, stir up, excite, arouse
in tempesta nocte [phrase] in the dead of night [phrase]
rursus or rursum (adv.) again, back again, once more
ignavia, -ae (f) laziness, inactivity, cowardice
queror, queri, questus sum to complain, lament; to complain of
sicut or sicuti (adv.) so as, just as, as, as it were
opera, -ae (f) work, pains, effort; help, assistance
de improviso [phrase] without warning [phr.]
confodio, -fodere, -fodi, -fossum to stab, pierce
impendeo, -ere, --, -- to overhang, impend, threaten
suscipio, -ere, -cepi, -ceptum to take up, undertake, receive, assume
frustra (adv.) vainly, in vain, to no purpose, without effect
alius...alius one...another
alii...alii some...others
alter...alter the one...the other
talis...qualis such...as
tantus...quantus as great...as
tot...quot as many...as
Created by: Hamilcar
 

 



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