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Caesar DBG Bk 1 ch 4

Caesar De Bello Gallico Book 1 ch 4 Vocab

QuestionAnswer
cogo, -ere, coegi, coactum compel
conor, -ari, -atus sum undertake, attempt
conscisco, -ere, -scivi or -scii, -scitum bring on oneself, inflict on oneself
constitutus, -a, -um arranged, set
cremo, -are burn, consume by fire
damno, -are condemn, sentence, punish
dictio, -onis f. a saying, speaking, uttering
enuntio, -are tell, disclose; declare, announce
eodem (adv) 'to the same place
eripio, -ere, -ipui, -eptum snatch away, tear out
exsequor, -sequi, -secutus sum pursue, follow to the end, prosecute, carry out
incito, -are rouse, excite
indicium, -ii n. information, disclosure, evidence
iudicium, -i n. trial, legal investigation; jurisdiction; power of discernment, judging
magistratus, -us m. magistrate, state official
obaeratus, -i, m. a debtor
oportet, -tere, -tuit it is proper, one should or ought
quin (after words expressing doubt, ignorance, etc.) 'that'
suspicio, -onis, f. suspicion
Created by: sdepedro