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com-es, itis, c. a com- | com-plūres, a (also ia, con-fido, fisus sum, 3.

panion, comrade. gen. ium), adj. several, V. n. to trust to, confule comītas, ātis, f. affa

many.

in. bility.

com-põno, posúi, pos- con-firmo, avi, atum, i. comĩtĩa, orum,

n. the
tum, 3. v. a. to put,

to confirm, to assembly of the Romans place, or lay together, assert. for electing magistrates, to settle.

confítěor, fessus, 2. v. dep. &c. the comitia. compositus, a, um, part. to confess. comměātus, ūs, m. pro- [compono), adj. well con.fŭo, xi, 3. v. n. to visions. arranged.

flow or run together. com-měmoro, avi, atum, com-préhendo, di, sum, conglūtinātio, onis, f. a 1. v. a. to mention, re- 3. v. a, to seize.

joining together, union. count.

compréhensus, a, um, con-glūtino, avi, atum, i. commentārsus, ii, m. and part. [comprehendo]. v. a. to cement, or join

commentarium, ii, n. con-cēdo, cessi, cessum, together, form. a journal, a commen- 3. v. n. and a, to yield conjicio, jēci, jectum, 3. tary.

to, to grant, concede. v. a. to throw, hurl. com-migro, avi, atum, 1. concilio, avi, atum, 1. v. conjunctē, adv. unitedly,

v. n. to remove in a a. to win over, bring in a friendly manner. body, to migrate.

about.

conjunctissime, adv. sup. com-mitto, misi, missum, concilíum, ii, n. an as- of conjuncte. 3. v.

a. to begin, to sembly, council. conjunctus, a, um, part. commit. concordia, æ, f.

(conjungo]. commõtus, a, um, part. cord.

con-jungo, nxi, nctum, 3. [commoveo].

con-cŭpisco, ivi, orii, v.a. to join, unite. com-măvẽo, mõvi, mô- ītum, 3. v. a. to covet, conjūrātío, ōnis, f. a contum, 2. v. a. to move, desire.

spiracy, confederacy. stir, alarm.

con-curso, 1. v. 11. to run conor, atus, l. v. dep. to com-mūnis, e, adj. com- about, rush hither and endeavour, try.

thither.

con-scrībo, psi, ptum, 3. commūtātso, onis, f. a conditio, onis, f. condi- v. a. to write together in changing, change. tion.

a list, enlist, enrol. como, mpsi, mptum, 3. con-do, didi, dìtum, 3. con-sentío, sensi, sensum, V. n. to adorn.

V. a. to build, to hide. 4. v. n. and a. to agree. com-păro, avi, atum, con-dūco, xi, ctum, 3. con-sěquor, sěcūtus (oro

I. V. a. to compare, v. a. and n. to bring sequutus), 3. v. dep. to to make ready, pretogether, to hire.

follow, to reach, over's pare. conductus, a, um, part.

take, to obtain. com-përso, pěri, pertum, [conduco].

con-sěro, sēvi, situm, 3. 4. v. a. to find out. con-fectỉo, ōnis, f. com- v. a. to sow. compertus, a, um, part. posing, composition. con-servo, avi, atum, I. [comperio).

confectus, a, um, part. v. a. to preserie, to keep, complector, xus, 3.V. dep. [conficio].

save, spare. to embrace,

con-fěro, contúli, collā. con-sido, sēdi, sessum, 3. com-plĕo, ēvi, ētum, 2. tum, conferre, 3. v. a. v. n. to sit down, to

v. a. to fill full, fill to bring, or carry to- settle, ир.

gether, to collect, to consilium, ii, n. plan, dicomplexus, a, um, part. compare.

sign, advice, counsd, [complector).

confício, fēci, fectum, 3. wisdom. complõrātio, onis, f. a la- v. a. to make, complete, con-sisto, stiti, stỉtum, 3. mentation, finish.

v. n. and a. to stand.

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con-sócio, avi, atum, 1. , continens, entis, adj. lit.( corruptus, a, um, part.

V. a. to associate, unite. holding together ; hence [corrumpo]. con-sõlor, atus, I. v. dep. subst. continens, entis, crās, adv. to-morrow.

to console, comfort. f. a continent, main- crēdo, didi, ditum, 3. v. conspectus, ūs, m. a sight. land.

a. to believe. con-stītủo, ủi, ūtum, 3. con-tiněo, ủi, tentum, 2. créo, avi, atum, 1. v. a.

v. a. to place, establish, v. a. and n. to contain, to make, to create. to fix, appoint, to re- to keep together, keep, to crěpo, ủi, îtum, 1. v, n. solve, determine. restrain.

to rattle, creak. constitūtus, a, um, part. con-tingo, tỉgi, tactum, 3. cresco, crēvi, crētum, 3. [constituo].

v. a. and n. to happen, V. n. to grow, increase. con-sto, stiti, stātum, or to touch.

crīmīnātio, onis, f.charge, stătum, 1. v. n. to stand continŭo, avi, atum, I. accusation, complaint. together, be built, to be v. a, and n. to connect, crista, æ, f. a crest. evident, well-known ;

unite, to continue. crūcīātus, ūs, m. torture. impers. it is certain, contỉnŭus, a, um, adj. crūdus, a, um, adj. unripe. known, &c.

continuous, successive. củbo, ủi, (rarely avi), con-strŭo, uxi, uctum, 3. contrā, adv. and prep. îtum, 1. v. n. to lie

v. a. to put together, with acc. opposite to, down, recline. build.

over against.

culmen, inis, n. the top. con-sŭesco, suēvi, suētum, contractus, a, um, part. culter, tri, m. a knife. 3. 2. n. to be accus- [contraho).

cultūra, æ, f. culture, cultonied.

con-trăho, xi, ctum, 3. tivation. consúētūdo, inis, f. cus- v.a.to bring together, col- cultus, a, um, part. [colo]. tom, habit.

lect, shorten, contract. cum, prep. with abl. with, consul, ŭlis, m. a con- contŭmācía, æ, f. haughti- together with. sul,

ness, insolence.

cūnăbăla, orum, n. plu. consúlātus, ūs, m. the contúmēlia, æ, f. insult. a cradle.

consulate or consulship. con-věnžo, vēni, ventum, cunctātỉo, onis, f. delay. consúlo, sălăi, sultum, 3. 4. v. n. to come together, cunctus, a, um, adj. all n. and ato con- assemble, meet.

together, all. sult.

con-voco, avi, atum, 1. cŭpidē, adv. eagerly. con-sūmo, sumpsi, sump- v. a. to call together, cupidissime, adv. sup. of tum, 3. v. a. to con- assemble.

cupide. sume, spend.

co-oríor, ortus, 4. v. dep. cŭpīdo, inis, f. desire. consumptus, a, um, part. to arise.

củpio, ivi or ii, ītum, 3. [consumo].

coortus, a, um, part. v. a. to long for, desire, con-temno, tempsi, temp- [coorior].

wish. tum, 3. v. a. to scorn, copia, æ, f. plenty, wealth, cupressus, i, f. the cypress. despise.

riches.

cur, adv. why. contemplor, atus, I. v. copiosē, adv. copiously. cūro, avi, atum, I. v. a. dep, to look at.

coquo, xi, ctum, 3. v. a. to care. contemptỉo, onis, f. con- to cook, to ripen. curro, cũcurri, cursum, 3. tempt. coquus, i, m. a cook.

V. n. to run. con-tendo, di, tum, 3. cor, cordis, n. the heart. currus, ūs, m, a chariot. v. n. to fight, contend, cornu, ūs, (seldom ū), n. cursus, ūs,

course, engage. a horn.

passage. contentio, onis, f. a con- corpus, oris, n. a body. custodia, æ, f. custody, a

test, contending cor-rumpo rūpi, ruptum, prison. contentus, a, um, adj. 3. v. a. to destroy, cor- custos, õdis, c. a keeper, contented. rust.

guardian, guard.

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cvgnus, i. 11. a swan. dē-fěro, tăli, lātum, ferre, dēpósitus, a, um, part. cýtisus, i, c, the cytisus. v. a. irreg. to bring, [depono).

brar, carry, offr. dē-scendo, di, sum, 3.

dēfio, ĕri, to lack, be n. to come down, damnum, i, n. loss.

wanting.

descend. daps, dăpis, f. a feast, dēgo, dēgi, 3. v. a. to dēscensus, ūs, m.adescent. banquet. spend or pass time.

dē.sěro, rui, rtum, 3. v. a. datus, part, of do. děindě, adv, afterwards, to desert. daturus, part, of do.

next, then.

dēsertus, a, um, parl. dē, prep. with ablat. from, dēlecto, avi, atum, [desero). about, concerning. v. a. to delight.

dē-sīděro, avi, atum, I. děa, æ, f. a goddess. dēlectus, a, um, part. v.a. to yearn, wish for, dēběo, ủi, itum, 2. v. a. (deligo].

to long after, to feel the to owe; with inf. it is dēlěo, lēvi, lētum, 2. 7'. a. want of, to miss. to be rendered by ought, to blot out, to destroy. dē-sĩno, sīvi, or sỉi, itum,

must, should, &c. dē-lígo, lēgi, lectum, 3. 3. v. a. and n. tv coase. dē-cēdo, cessi, cessum, 3.

v. a. to choose.

dēspectus, a, um, part. v. n. to go away, depart. dēlīrus, a, um, adj. crazy. [despicio). děcens, entis, part. delphin, inis (pl. acc. dēspērātus, a, um,

adj. [decet], adj. comely. delphinas), m.

given up, despaired of, dē-cerno, crēvi, crētum, phin.

desperate. 3. v. a. and n. to deter- dēlūbrum, i, n. a shrine, dē-spēro, avi, atum, I. mine, decree, appoint. temple.

v. n. and a. to despair dē.certo, avi, atum, 1. dē-migro, avi, atum, I. of.

v. n. to fight, strive. v.n, to move out, depart, dē-spicio, exi, ectum, 3. dē-cỉdo, cặdi, 3. v. n. to emigrate.

and a. to look fall.

dēmissus, a, um, part. down upon, to despise. děcímus, a, um, adj. the [demitto).

de-spondeo, spondi, spontenth.

dē-mitto, mīsi, missum, sum, 2. v. a. to promise, dē-clāro, avi, atum, I. 3. v. a. to lozver, hang to betroth. V. a. to declare.

down, send down. dēspovsus, a, um, part. děcõrus, a, um, adj. grace- dēmo, mpsi, mptum, 3. [despondeo). ful, beautiful.

v, a, to take away. dē-stỉno, avi, atum, I. dē-cresco, crēvi, crētum, dē-monstro, avi, atum, 1. v. a. to fix, determine, 3. V. n. to decrease.

v. a. to show, demon. destine. de-dịco, avi, atum, 1. 7.a. strate.

dēstrictus, a, um, part. to consecrate, dedicate. demptus, a, um, part, of [destringo). dēditio, onis, f. a sur- demo.

dē-stringo, inxi, ictum, 3. render.

dēmum, adv, at length. v. a. to strip of ; esp. dēdītītỉus or .csus, ii, m. dē-něgo, avi, atum, 1. freq. of unsheathing a

one who has surren- v. a. to deny, to refuse. sword. dered.

dēněque, adv. at last, at dē-strŭo, xi, ctum, 3. v. dēditus, a, um, part. length, finally, in fine. a. to destroy. [dedo].

dens, dentis, m. a tooth. dē-sum, fŭi, esse, v. n. to dē-do, didi, ditum, 3. densus, a, um, adj. thick, be wanting: v. a. to surrender. full of.

dē-terreo, ủi, itum, 2. v. dē-dūco, xi, ctum, 3. v. a. dē-perdo, dĩdi, ditum, 3. a, to deter. to lead or draw down,

v. a. to lose.

dē-trăho, xi, ctum, 3. v.a. dē-põno, păsăi, positum, to take off. de-fendo, di, sum, 3. v.a. 3. v. a. to lay down or dētrimentum, i, n. loss,

to guard, defend. aside, to stake, to leave. damage.

V. n.

to bring away.

name.

děus, i, m. a god. 1 dilectus, a, um, part. dis-solvo, solvi, solūtu'n, devictus, a, um, parl. [diligo).

3. v. a. to unloose, dis(devinco).

diligens, entis, adj. care- solve. de-vinco, vīci, victum, 3. ful, diligent, fond. distendo, di, tum, 3. V. a.

v. a. lo overcome, to diligenter, adv. carefully, to swell out, to fill. subdue.

diligently.

aistentus, a, um, part. dexter, těra, těrum, and diligentia, æ, f. diligence. [distendo).

more freq. tra, trum, dī·lígo, lexi, lectum, 3. ditio, onis, f. (occurs only adj. on the right side, v, a, to value or esteem in the gen. dat. acc. and propitious. highly, to love.

abl. sing.), authority, dextěra or dextra, æ, f. di-mitto, misi, missum, 3. power.

(sc. manus), the right v. a. to send different ditissimus, sup. of dives. hand.

ways, to send away. dřū, adv.a long time, long. dico, xi, ctum, 3. v. a. direptus, a, um, part. diŭturnus, a, um, adj. , to say, tell, mention, [diripio).

lasting. speak, to describe, di-rịpio, ủi, reptum, 3. diva, æ, a goddess. sing, celebrate, to call, v. a. to snatch or tear di.vello, velli, vulsum, 3.

asunder, tear in pieces, v. a. to pluck or pull dictātūra, æ, f. dictator- tear from.

asunder. ship.

dis.cēdo, cessi, cessum, 3. dives, itis, adj. rich. dictus, a, um, part. [dico). v. n. to go away from, di-vědo, vīsi, vīsum, 3. dies, ēi, m. (in sing. some. aepart from.

v. a, to divide. times f. but in plu. discessurus, part. (dis- dīvīnē, adv. divinely. always m.) a day. cedo].

divīnītas, ātis, f.divinity. dif-fěro, distúli, dīlātum, discessus, ūs, m. a going dīvīnus, a, um, adj. didifferre, irreg. v.a. and away, departure.

vine. n. to defer, put off, to disciplīna, æ, f. teach- dīvīsus, a, um, part. differ.

[divido]. dif-fícilis, e, adj. diffi- disco, dîdîci, 3. v. a. to divitiæ, arum, f. plu. cult. learn.

riches, wealth. difficilíter, adv. hardly, discordịa, æ, f. discord. do, dědi, dătum, dăre, 1.7'. with difficulty.

discrimen, înis, n, a dis- a. to give, appoint, offer. difficultas, ātis, f. diffi- tinction, difference. docèo, củi, ctum, 2. v. a. culty.

dis-jicķo, jeci, jectum, 3. to teach, inform, show. dif-fido, fisus sum, 3. v. a. to disperse, over- dócilis, e, adj. docile.

V. n. to distrust, to be throw, throw down. doctrina, æ, f. teaching, distrustful.

dis-par, əris, adj. differ- instruction, learning. dif-fingo, 3. v. a, to form ent.

doctus, a,

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adj. differently, to alter. dis-pono, posúi, positum, learned. dif-fúgio, fūgi, 3. v. n. 3. v. a. to place here and dolẽo, ủi, itum, 2. v. n.

to flee in different direc- there, set in order. and a. to grieve for, be tions, disappear. dis-sentio, si, sum, 4.7.n.

sorry for. dignē, adv. worthily. to dissent.

dolor, õris, m. pain, dignitas, ātis, f. worthi. dis-sěro, rủi, rtum, 3. v.a. sorrow, grief. ne:s, dignity.

to discuss, treat of. dolus, i, m. artifice, ploi, dignor, atus, 1. v. a. dep. dis-sípo, avi, atum, 1. deceit.

to deem worth, worthy, v. a. to disperse, dissi- domìnor, atus, 1. v. n. to deign. pate.

dep, to bear rule. dignus, a, um, adj. worthy. dissolūtus, a, um, adj. dominus, i, m. a master. dilātus, a, uin, part. loose, unconnecter, disso- domo, ui, itum, I. v. a. [differo]. lute.

to tame, to subdue.

ing.

even.

domus, ūs and i, f. a égěo, ủi, 2. v. n. to be ěpủlor, ātus, 1. V. n. tn

house, home, household. needy, to need, want. feast. dòno, avi, atum, 1. v. a. ¢gestas, ātis, f. indigence. éques, itis, m. a horseto give, to present. ěgo, pron. pers. I.

man, knight. donum, i, n. a gift, ē-grēgìus, a, um, adj. out ěquester, tris, tre, adj. present.

of the flock, uncommon, equestrian, of cavalry. dormỉo, īvi or ii, ītum, 4. distinguished, excellent. ěquidem, adv. verily,

, V. n. to sleep.

ēheu, interj. ah! alas! indeed. dās, õtis, f. a marriage ejusmodi, of that kind. ěquus, 1. m. a horse.

portion, dowry. é-lābor, lapsus, 3. v. n. ērectus, a, um, adj. updúbitātỉo, onis, f. a doubt.

to slip away.

right, erect. dúbìto, avi, atum, 1. v. n. 2-lăboro, avi, atum, 1. ēreptus, a, um, part.

and a. to doubt, to hesi- V. n. and a. to labour, [eripio). tate.

take pains, to procure. ergo, adv. therefore, dúbĩus, a, um, adj. un ēlātus, a, um, part. 7-rịpio, rỉpủi, reptum, 3. certain, dubious. [effero].

v. a. to snatch aw11', dūco, xi, ctum, 3. v. a. ēlēganter, adv. elegantly, take away violently or to lead, draw, bring, in elegance.

by force. think.

čléphās, antis, and ělě. erro, avi, atum, 1. v. 11. ductus, a, um, part. [duco). phantus, i. D. an ele- to wander. dulcis, e, adj. sweet. phant.

esca, æ, f. a bait. dum, conj. whilst, until. Eloquentia, æ, f. elo- et, conj. and, too. dūmāsus, a, um, adj. bushy. quence.

ět-sam, conj. and also, too, duð, æ, o, two.

ěmo, ēmi, emptum, 3. duplex, îcis, double.

v. a. to buy.

et.si, conj. though, alduplico, avi, atum, 1. ēmõlúmentum, i, n. effort, though. v. a, to double.

exertion, labour. ē-vānesco, nŭi, 3. v. n. to dūrus, a, um, adj, hard, ē-mòrğor, mortuus 3. v. n. vanish, disappear. hardy.

dep. to die off, to die, to ēventus, ūs, m. fate, lot, dux, dúcis, com. a leader, perish.

end, issue. general.

en, interj. lo! behold ! ē-vīto, avi, atum, 1. v. a.
ē-něco, củi, ctum, 1. v. a. to shun, escape, avoid.
to kill, slay.

ē.volo, avi, atum, 1. v. a. e, ex, prep. with abl. out ē-nervo, avi, atum, I. to fly out or away. of, from.

v.a. to enervate, weaken, 7-volvo, volvi, võlūtum, ěbur, oris, n, ivory. render effeminate.

3. v. a. to unroll, road eccě, particle demonstr. ěnim, conj. indred, for. a book by unrolling it. lo! behold!

ensis, is, m. a sword. ex or ē, prep. with abl. ē-do, didi, dîtum, 3. v. a. 2-núměro, avi, atum, 1. out of, from to give forth.

v. a, to enumerate. ex-āmen, înis, e-dūco, xi, ctum, 3. v. a. 7-nuntio (enuncio), avi, swarm,

to lead or draw out, atum, 1. 7. a. to di- exceptus, a, um, part. bring away.

vulge, disclose, tell, [excipio). es-fěro, extuli, ēlātum, declare.

ex-cīpso, cēpi, ceptum, 3. efferre, 3. v, a, irreg. čo, ivi or ii, īre, 4. v, n. v. a. to except. to carry out, carry away,

irreg. to go.

ex-ěo, ii, itum, 4. v. n. to transport.

čo, adv, thither, on that go out, or forth, to go ef-fício, fēci, fectum, 3. account.

away: v. a, to make.

čodem, adv. to the same exercitātío, ōnis, f. exeref-fundo, fūdi, fūsum, 3. place.

cise. v. a. to pour out. ěpistola, æ, f. a letter. exercitus, ūs, m. an army.

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