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Caesar DBG Bk 1 ch 1

Caesar De Bello Gallico Book 1 ch 1 vocab

QuestionAnswer
attingo, -ere, tigi, tactum to touch
commeo, -are go up and down, come and go, visit frequently
continenter adv., continuously, without interruption
cultus, -us, m. training, education, culture
effemino, -are to make womanish, enervate, weaken
Helvetii, -orum m. the Helvetii or Helvetians.
importo, -are bring in, import; introduce; bring upon, cause
incolo, -ere, -ui to inhabit, dwell in
institutum, -i, n. fixed course or principle; habit, institution, custom
minime superl. adv. least
obtineo, -ere, -tinui, -tentum hold, possess, keep possession of
occasus , -us m. setting (of the heavenly bodies); the west
praecedo, -ere, -cessi, -cessum go before, precede; surpass, excel
propterea quod for the reason that, because
Rhenus, -i m. the river Rhenus, the Rhine
Rhodanus, -i m. the river Rhodanus, the Rhone
septentriones, -um, m. pl. the north
vergo , -ere to bend, turn, incline; lie, be situated
Created by: sdepedro