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De bello Gallico (Bk I Chpt 2 Vocabulary)

coniuratio, coniurationis, f a swearing together; plot, conspiracy
cupiditas, cupiditatis, f eagerness, desire, greed
dives, divitis rich, wealthy (superl: ditissimus, -a, -um)
exeo/exire/exii/exitus to go from, leave
imperium, imperii, nt right to command; authority; jurisdiction; supreme military command
perfacilis, -e very easy
praesto/praestare/praestiti/praestatus to stand or place before; show, exhibit, supply; be superior, excel, surpass
altus, -a, -um high; deep
lacus, -us, m lake
latus, -a, -um wide, broad, extensive
undique (adv) on all sides, everywhere
adficio/adficere/adfeci/adfectus to affect, inspire (magno dolere afficere = to annoy greatly)
angustus, -a, -um compressed, narrow
bello (1) to wage war
cupidus, -a, -um eager, desirous
dolor, doloris, m grief, distress, pain, anguish
finitimus, -a, -um bordering on, neighboring
fortitudo, fortitudinis, f bravery, courage
infero/inferre/intuli/illatus to carry into, import, inflict, cause, produce; cast into
late (adv) widely, extensively
latitudo, latitudinis, f width, extent, breadth
longitudo, longitudinis, f length, extent; long duration
pateo/patere/patui/--- to lie or be open, be passable; extend
vagor/vagari/vagatus sum (deponent) to roam around, wander
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