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of valor.

demand, claim; restore; pun- | volgus, -i, (VALG, press], n.,

ish, inflict punishment on. people, crowd, mob, rabvinum, -i, n,, wine.

ble. violentia, -ae, [violentus, vio- volito, -āre, -āvī, -ātus, [freq.

lent], f., violence, rude attack, from volő, fly], fit about, fury.

hover about. vir, virī, m., man, husband; man volnero, -āre, -āvī, -ātus, [vol

nus], wound. vīrēs, see vīs.

volnus, -eris, (vel, tear], n., virgõ, -inis, f., maiden, virgin; wound. Vestal virgin, a priestess of volo, velle, volui,

[vol, Vesta.

wish], will, wish, want, devirīlis, -e, (vir], adj., of a man, sire, like; be willing, consent,

manly; worthy of a man, re- approve.

quiring the daring of a man. Volturcius, -i, m., a Roman name; virtūs, -ūtis, (vir], f., bravery, T. Volturcius of Crotona, a

valor, courage; mental energy, Catilinarian conspirator, being vigor of mind, ability, talents, arrested in company with the intellectual superiority; moral Allobroges, turned state's eviworth, good qualities, merit, dence, and was subsequently honor, honesty, virtue, excel- pardoned and rewarded by the lence, character, strength of senate. character.

voltus, -ūs, m., countenance ; vīs, acc. vim, abl. vi, f., features, looks ; face.

strength, force, power; violence, voluntārius, -a, -um, (volunimpetuosity, fury; pl., vīrēs, tās), adj., voluntary; as noun, -ium, bodily strength, physical voluntā us, -ī, m., volunteer. powers.

voluntās, -ātis, (vol, wish], f., vīso, -ere, visi, vīsus, [freq. will, good-will, wish, desire,

from video), view; examine, approval, consent. visit.

voluptārius, -a, -um, [volupvita, -ae, (viv, live], f., life, tās], adj., pleasant, luxuriexistence; course of life.

ous. vitium, -7, n., fault, vice. voluptās, -ātis, (vol, wish], f., vivo, -ere, vixi, victus, [viv, pleasure, enjoyment, delight. live], live.

volvo, -ere, volvī, volūtus, vivus, -a, -um, [viv, live], adj., [volv, roll], rollover, turn alive, living.

over in one's mind, revolve, vix, adv., with difficulty, scarcely. reflect upon, consider. vix-dum, adv., scarcely yet, hardly, vorso (verso), -āre, -āvī, -ātus, but just.

[freq. from vorto, turn], keep vocābulum, -i, (vocē), n., name. turning ; pass. as deponent, voco, -āre, -āvi, -ātus, (voc, vorsor, -ārī, -ātus sum, be call], call, summon.

active, be busy, be occupied,

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be engaged, be concerned; in voster (vester), -tra, -trum, summā sevēritāte versārī, ex- [võs], poss. pron. adj., your, hibit the greatest severity.

yours. vorsus, (part. of vorto, turn], võtum, -i, (part. of voveo, vow],

adv., turned in the direction vow. of, towards.

võx, võcis, (voc, call], f., voice. INDEX.

The figures in parenthesis show how many times the word occurs in the Bellum
Catilīnae. Roman numerals (as vii) refer to the Introduction; other references
(as 43, 15) are to page and line of the text; N.=note

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å (29), ab (37): 'on the side of,' tives, privātus, 26, 6; with
54, 3.

ab dexterā, 'on the verbs : care7, 9, 19; cĒdo, 7,9;
right,' 55, 9.

ēripio, 35, 11; excēdo, 7, 8;

libero, 31, 15; moveo, 16, 28;
abdico (1), used absolutely, 37,6.

prohibeo, 20, 8.
Ablative: Absolute, with perf.

Source : With prep.: with
part. of deponent used pas-

orior, 5, 8; 25, 16; 43, 16.
sively, 5, 30.

Without prep.: with nātus, 3,
Accompaniment, withoutcum,

25; orior, 23, 8; without verb,
16, 16; 53, 14.

51, 8.
Cause, 22, 14, N.

Specification : with in, 3, 32;
Manner, without cum or adj.:

dependent on ante fuisse,
more, 24, 19; 49, 15; 55, 2: 49, 29.
ördine, 40, 22; silentio, 1, 2;

Time : cf. in bello, 2, 1, with
50, 7; vi, 32, 29.

bello Cimbrico, 55, 16; cf. in
Place where : cf. quibus in

tālī tempore, 38, 19, with eo
locis, 6, 11, with quo loco, 54, tempore, 38, 27.
1; cf. proelio, 55, 19, with in With adjectives : dignus, 3,
proelio, 56, 32; cf. in sinistrā 17; expers, note to patriae,
parte, 55, 14, with ex alterā 24,17; intentus, 2, 17; note to
parte, 55, 18.

colundo, 3, 13; 50, 19.
Separation : With prep.: with

With nouns, opus, note to
adjectives : aliēnus, 42, 15; di- consulto, 1, 14; 33, 6.
vorsus, 25, 16; 47, 8; tūtus, With verbs, ege7, 1, 16, N.
24, 15; vacuus, 10, 6; 40, 14; abundē (2), used colloquially like
with adverbs : longā, 56, 24; a pred. adj. with sum, 15, 26;
procul, 3,11; 13, 17; with verbs: 54, 10.
absum, 5, 10; 15, 22; 31, 17; ac (27): and yet,' 2, 24; 33,
āvorto, 54, 24; dēfendo, 26,

16; 49, 29. contrā ac, 56, 9.
18; 35, 4; dētineo, 3, 15; dis-

iūxtā ac, 29, 3.
cēdo, 25, 7; 27, 7; dissentio,
3, 7; divello, 41, 21; ēripio,

5,32; 20, 11. See atque.
38, 1; mūnio, 24, 1; sācēdo, accipio (7): 'hear,' 4, 17.
24, 26; traho, 6, 14; tuoor, 20,

With ā, 36, 4.
18. Without prep.; with adjec-l accūső (1), with quod, 31, 8.

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Accusative: Double, note to lubi. with fem. sing. nouns, 4, 7, N:
dinem, 1, 22; 35, 5; 38, 10, n. 7, 19, N; 22, 9; with rēs, 11,

Exclamation, with pro, 15, 2. 26, n.

Limit of motion, ad id loci, Verbs: sing., with two sub-
34, 16, n. See ad, and in with jects, 6, 31, n; note to sequē.
acc.

bātur, 8, 24; 18, 10; 20, 16;
Result: With neut. adj., 19, 27, 20; 31, 24; 39, 32; 53, 31;
17; 53, 28. With neut. pron., pl., with collective noun, 38, 19;
2, 11, n.

39, 7; with sing. subject and
With propius, note to virtū- phrase with cum, 32, 19; sing.
tem, 7, 32.

and pl. verbs with same subject,
With verbs : mentior, 38, 26, 6,3, n.
N. See sui, under sē, with Agriculture, fit for slaves, 3, 14, N.
verbs.

Āio (3), nowhere parenthetic, 38,
ad (65): ad hoc, besides,' 10, 2,

8; 38, 30; 43, 31.
and often. ad id loci, 34, 16, N. allānus (21), with nominibus,
With litterās dā, 34,1; "to the

26, 10, N; 26, 11, n. See Abla-
house of,' 19, 16.

tive and Genitive with adjec-
adeo, adv. (2), Id adeo, 27, 23; tives.
29, 9.

alius (85): alios alibi, 56, 11.
adipiscor (6), adeptus, used pas- alius alio, 2,4; 19, 8. aliarum
sively, 5, 30, N.

atque, 29,7. Cf. alii. . pars,
Adjectives, often used substan-

30, 3; 38, 18; 57, 3, with pars
tively in sing. and pl., as bonum,

alii, 1, 18, n. For alter,
6, 30; bona, 20, 12. See also

50, 11, n.
under Agreement, and names of Allies : Roman policy toward, note

to beneficiis, 7,9. Plundering
admoneo (2): with dē, 4, 12;

of, 9, 4, n.
with acc. and gen., 16, 9. Alliteration, XIII, and 6,7, N.
adulēscēns (5), as adj., 29, 12; Allobrogēs (10), note to lēgātis,
elsewhere as noun.

39, 23.
adulēscentulus (3), of Caesar at alter (11), with ūnus, 54, 3.

the age of thirty-seven, note to ambitus (1), note to lēgibus, 12,

ab adulēscentulo, 39, 10. 26.
Adverbs, modifying nouns, 39, 12, | amplius (5), not affecting con-
N. See Colloquialisms.

struction, 55, 25, n.
Agreement, peculiarities of: Ge- an (7): In dir. ques., with ellipsis
rundive, optanda, with nouns

of first clause, 41, 25; 43, 5;
of different gender, 7, 18.

43, 7. In indir. ques., 18, 2;
Nouns, pl. name referring to

46, 27. With -ne, 1, 13; 46, 24.
two persons, 12, 6, N.

Pronouns: alius alii with pl. anima (8), for animus, 2, 14.
subject, 16, 20, n; attracted to animus (57): ‘baser inclinations,'
pred. noun, 7, 32, N ; 14, 17; 41, 46, 20. conscius animus, 10,
19; 51, 1; 54, 24; cüius, with 4. in animum indūco, 50, 18.
pl. antec., 52, 12, n; neut. pl.: Pleonastic, 39, 19, and often.

cases.

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ante, prep. (4), ante Romānos (101): allārum atque, 29, 7.
fuisse, 49, 29.

Atque ego, 44, 5. atque
Antonius (9): Character, 16,4, N.

etiam, 48, 13. See ac.
Elected consul, 17, 14, N. Agree- Attraction. See Agreement, under
ment as to province, 18, 19, N. Pronouns, and Subjunctive.
Movements against Catiline, auctor (2): "authority,' 17, 6.
53, 14, N. Feigns sickness, 55,

Opposed to scriptor, 2, 25.
18, n.

audācia (14), in good sense, 7,3;
Apposition: Acc. and inf. clauses

44, 13; 53, 25; 54, 22; 54, 26.
in apposition with a pron., 9, 8.
Partitive, civis genus,

audio (7): With acc. and pres.
30, 27. See also is, under Pleo-

part., 39, 1. With ex, 36, 11;
nastic.

39, 16.
apud (8): 'at the house of,' 27, augurēs, note to sacerdotia, 15,
1. 'in the hands of,' 14, 28.

32.
Āpūlia (5), 21, 14, n.

aut (57), non ... aut, 9, 15.
aquila (1), 55, 16, N.

autem (9): Always second in

clause. In question, correcting
Archaisms : XIII; colos for color,

one's self, 43,8. porro autom,
11, 8. cupido for cupiditās,

35, 11.
3, 8. dõscēnsus for dõscen-
dendum, 53, 13. exitium for Autronius (5), 12, 5, N.
exitum, 51, 10, N. expers auxilium (7), in pl., 'aid,' 5, 14;
with abl., note to patriae, 24, 48, 20.
17. honore honestātos, 26,
12. hostem ferire, 6, 6; 56, Brevity of Sallust's style, XIII.
7. ita rēs esset for ita esset, Brūtus (2), 17, 30, n.
47, 25. multo for longā, 27,
11. necessitūdo for necessi-

Caesar, C. Iūlius (13): Attacked
tās, 12, 4, and often. neglā-

by equitēs, 39, 17, N; 49,
geris for noglēxeris, 43, 10, n.

17, n. Dangerous proposition
perditum 80, 27, 16, N. -que

concerning the conspirators, 44,
-que, 7,4; 27, 15. senāti

32, N. Debts, 39, 13, N. Epicu-
for senātūs, 21, 15, n.

sine

reanism, 43, 2, N. Guards Sta-
fraude, 27, 6, n. supplicium

tilius, 37, 9, n. In conspiracy
for supplicātio, 7, 1, n. tem-

of 66,' 13, 11, N; 39, 21, n.
pestās for tempus, 5, 26, N.

Order of speaking, 40, 11, n.
Arrētinus (1), 27, 2, N.

Repetition of antecedent in his
asper (8), used substantively, 55, writings, 44, 24 n.
10.

cālo (1), 55, 15, N.
at (18): Refuting an objection, Capitolium (2), 37, 3, N.

43,5. Strengthened by contrā, Capua (3), 21, 13, n.
9, 3. With enim, 43, 12, n.

carcer (2) Māmertinus, 51,1, n.
Athēniēnsis (4), note to Athēni-
Onsēs, 1, 21.

Carthāgo (1), destroyed, 7, 14, n.
atque, before words beginning Cassius (4), 12, 6, n.

with vowel (46), consonant | Catilina (55): Accused by L.

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