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in Catiline's election, 19, 27, N. nam (31) : elliptical, 9,7; 48, 32.
In charge at Faesulae, 17, 19, N. Introducing answer to a possible
(6) A. Torquātus (1), 48, 24, objection, 54, 30, n.
N. (c) L. Torquātus (1), 13, namque (8), before words begin-
3, n.

ning with a vowel (except in 27,
manuföstus (2): Of persons 16).

(colloquial), 32, 5. With gen., nātiö (3), contrasted with urbs,
49, 15.

note to urbis, 1, 22.
Marius (1), struggle with Sulla,
8, 7, n.

nē (19): For nādum, 8, 21, N.

Restrictive, 47, 2. 'verily,' 48,
Massilia (1), 25, 14, N.

14.
mehercule (1), 49, 3.

-ne ... an (2), 1, 12; 46, 24.
mentior (1), with acc., 38, 26, N. necessitūdo (6), always for
-met (3), 14, 21; 16, 30, N; 33, necessitās. See Archaisms.
16.

neglāgeris, 43, 10, n.
Metellus: (a) Celer (3): 21, 20,
N. Blocks Catiline, 53, 16, N.

negötiātor, 30, 31, N.
(6) Crēticus (1), 21, 15, n.

nēmā (6): nēmō bonus, 24, 29.

nõmo sapiēns, 8, 4.
Metonomy. See note to lar, 15, 9.

neque, never nec,– before a
mitto (10), with dat., 25, 12.

consonant (65); before a vowel
modo (13) : quod modo, 30, 27. (26): neque ... aut, 46, 25.
si modo, 31, 10; 44, 14. si

neque ... et, 23, 19. nihil .
paulum modo, 47, 22.

neque, 8, 29; 31, 13. non..
moenia (3), 'walled city,' 5,2, N.

neque, 24, 27; 41, 27; 44, 5;
moneo (4): With acc., 53, 28.

46, 15; 48, 20; 50, 24.
With inf., 46,5. With uti and Nero (1), 40, 10, n.
subj., 54, 6.

ni (4), for nisi, 14, 9.
Morals: Of early Romans, note to nomen (8): nomine: 'by order

boni, 6, 29. Corruption of, 8, of,' 25, 18, N; for causā (episto-
26, n.

lary), 26, 14, n.
mortālis (13), always as pl. noun, Nominative: Predicate, consisting

often accompanied by an adj. of: an inf. phrase, 9, 6; a prep.
mos (29), followed by inf., 21, 19.

phrase, 54, 26. See Agreement,
moveo (7): iocum moveo, 18,

under Pronouns, attracted to
8. quiēta move), 15, 28.

pred. noun.

non (44): non . aut, 9, 15.
multitūdo (12), in gen. pl., 39,

non dignos, for indīgnos, 26,
28.

12. nõn ... magis quam, 6,
multo, adv. (4): With comp.,

15,

31. nõn qui ... non, 26, 9.
14. With superl., 27, 11; 47,
25.

novos (15): bellum novom,

50, 21. homo novos, 17, 11.
mūnicipium (5), 12, 10, N.

tabulae novae, 15, 31.
Mürẽna, Oratiõ prô, XVII.

nūllus (7): nõbis nūlla sunt,
mūto (4), with abl., 54, 23. 47, 29. nūllīus, 21, 6.

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obsto (3), with quo minus, 44, 46, 9; with opus, 23, 11;
14.

with habeo, 20, 20; 53, 22;
obtestor (2): With subj. (with-

with noun, being equivalent to
out ut), 25, 1. With double

abstract noun with gen., 13, 9;
acc., 35., 5.

23, 11, N; 35, 11; 37, 3; note

to dē parātis, 38, 10; 38, 14;
Omissions: Pronoun, 23, 14. Verb,

cf. Inter haec parāta atque
13, 22; 17, 32; 20, 22; 26, 5;

dēcrēta, 33, 3.
38, 10. See sum and ut.
omnis (93): ‘all sorts,' 9, 22; 9,

patrēs: conscripti, 40, 13, n.

senators,' 5, 19, N.
26. 'as a whole,'1, 4. Emphatic
position, 2, 11; 24, 17. in omni patria potestās, 30, 23, N; 33,
rē, 6, 15. Primum omnium,

2, n.
28, 4. quisquam omnium, patro (3), 13, 10, n.
27, 19; 40, 16. rem omnem, patronus, 32, 1, n; note to C.
32, 2; 34, 13.

Piso, 39, 3.
opifex (1), 39, 26, N.

paucis, sc. verbis, 3, 21; 4, 12.
Ördo (7): Ordine, 40, 22. Ordo See Colloquialisms.
equestris, 12, 8, N. Ördo

per (46): 'in the name of,' 26,
senātorius, 12, 5, N; 36, 2; 18. With noun, equivalent to
46, 18; 47,5.

an adverb, 9, 11; 14, 31 ; 14, 32.
Orestilla (3), 10, 21; 26, 17. perdo (4), perditum eo, 27, 16,
orior (5): With abl., 'be born,' N; 47, 3.
23, 8.

With ex (figurative), permittö (6): With subj. (ut
5,8; 25, 16: 43, 16.

omitted), 34, 14. With uti, 21,
-os, early form of -us, 8, 1, N. 21.

PetrĒius (3), 55, 19, N.
palūdāmentum, 27, 3, n. Piso: (a) C. Calpurnius (2),
parātus (6): Neut. pl. used sub- 39, 3, N. (6) Cn. Calpurnius

stantively, 33, 4. With ad, 23, (6), 12, 30.
5.

Pistoriēnsis (1), XVIII; 53, 6, N.
pars (14): Singular : With sing. plābs (10): plēbēs, 24, 25; 27,
verb, 33, 1; 52, 5; pars

22; 28, 3. Power of, after Pom-
aliī, 1, 18, N. With pl. verb, 30,

pey's departure, 30, 9, n.
5; 38, 18; 49, 18; 57, 3.
Plural: 'partisanship,' 3, 18;

Pleonasm, example of, 30, 27.
' party,' 29, 7.

plērusque (19), in sing., 12, 14;
Participles: Present: after verb

17,9; 29, 17.
of perception, 38, 32; used sub- Pompēius, Cn. Māgnus (7):
stantively, 19, 15; 56, 6.

Expeditions, (66–64 B.c.), 11,
Perfect of deponents: used 23, n. Fear that he would seize
passively, 5, 30; 38, 28, N; with the government, 30, 19, n. Fish
force of present, 11, 18; 12, 21; ponds, 9, 8, n. Power, 13, 18, N.
48, 18.

Relation to Crassus, 12, 19, n.
Perfect passive : used adjec- War with pirates and Mithri-
tively, 14,6; used substantively,

dates, 30, 8, N.
9, 2; 27, 7; 44, 21; 44, 25; | Pomptinus, (2), 34, 11, N.

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j. (ut
ti, 21,

pontificēs. See note to sacer- 31; 10, 18. primum de-
dõtia, 15, 32.

hinc, 2, 27. primum de-
populārās (3), used colloquially

inde, 28, 3. quam primum,
for socii, 16, 15; 17, 15; 47, 11.

53, 20. ubi primum, with

indic. perf., 30, 13; 31, 4.
portātio (1), 32, 11.

princeps senātūs, 39, 10, N;
porto (5), colloquialism for fero, 40, 4, N.
5, 14, n.

prius . quam (6), with indic.
post: Adv. (11), post esse, 17,

perf., 44, 4. See Subjunctive.
13. Prep. (8), post eum diem

for postridio Õius diē7, 38, 6. prā, interj. (1), 15, 1.
posteā ... quam (1), with indic.

prodigia (2), 21, 12, N; 37, 4, N.
perf., 1, 20.

prohibeo (4): With abl., 20, 8.
postquam (25): With indic. pres.

With inf., 12, 28; 54,5. With
(videt), 16, 11; 31, 7; 53, 16;

nē, 54, 31.
86, 14. With indic. imp., 5, 7; prope (3), prope diem, 24, 9;
52, 7; elsewhere with indic. 52, 10.
perf.

propius (2), with acc., note to
postrēmo (16): 'in fine,' 10, 12; virtütem, 7, 32.

15, 11; 17, 3; 44, 17. or even,' propter (4), 'near,' 55, 16.
43, 32. praeterea ... ad hoc

postrāmō, 10, 3. primo proscriptio (1), 15, 31, n.

deinde. postrēmo, provincia (5), causes of debt, 30,
35, 6. primum ... item ... 31, n.
postrēmo, 28, 6.

pūblicāni, 30, 31, n.
potentia, contrasted with impe- Pūnica idēs, 41, 6, n.
rium, 8, 24, n.

puto (10), always omits esse.
potior (1), with gen., 37,2, N.
potius (2), with quam, followed quaestor (1), pro praetore, 13,
by subj. pres., 55, 1.

13, n.
praecipió (4), with dat. and ut quasi (7): With subj. pres., 47,
with subj., 32, 3.

12. With subj. imp., 9, 5.
praemium (8), for disclosing the -que (124): 'but,' 38, 14. See
conspiracy, 22, 1, N.

Archaisms.
praetor (12): Law of debt, 24, queo (2): With neque, 39, 4.
21, n. Occasional military ser-

With prohibeo, 54, 31.
vice, 34, 11, n.

qui (227): Antec. in verb, 12,
praetoria cohors, 56, 10, n. 24, n. Antec. repeated, 44, 25.
Prepositions : With name of town,

Antecedents of diff. genders, 27,
31, 17, n. See the various prep-

14. Antec. with noun interven-
ositions.

ing, 37, 13. Attracted to gender

of pred. noun, note to quod, 7,
primo (10): primo ... deinde,

32; 41, 19; 51, 1. Correlative
7, 19. primo ... post, 7, 27;

absorbed, 12,3; 16, 30. id quod,
17, 22; 36,7. See postrēmo.

9, 22; 21, 12; 42, 20. in the
primum (8): Iam primum, 5, way of, 2, 11. Neut. pl.: With

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diff. genders, 27, 14; with fem. 9, 25; 24, 14.

non quo, 25,
abstracts, 4, 7; 22, 9. qui 14, N. quo minus eo
lubet, with tmesis, 3, 31, n. magis, 50, 26. With superl.,
quippe cui, 38, 4, N. Rel. cl. 30, 3. See Subjunctive.
precedes, and antec. is incorpo-
rated, 3, 15; 56, 20. Rel. cl.

Reflexive. See sui.
precedes, and correl. is absorbed,
12, 15; 14, 18; 17,7; 19,4; 20, Repetition, characteristic of Sal-
22; 27, 24; 29, 4; 41, 30; 44, lust's style, XIII.
17; 50, 31; 53, 26. servitia repetundae (2), 12, 28, N.
cũius, 52, 12, n. See Subjunc- reticeo (1), used transitively, 16,
tive, under Relative Clauses.

29.
quia, always with indic., (16): Rēx (2), 21, 15, N.

An quia, in questions, 43, 5;
43, 7. In same sentence with Rhodii (2), 41, 1, n.
quod clause, 2, 27. simul Rüfus, Q. Pompēius (1), 21,
quia, 13, 17; 14, 15. With 19, n.
correl.: ea rēs, 13, 10; 07, 14,
12.

sacerdotia (1), 15, 32, n.
quicumque (6), always with Saenius (1), 21, 8.
indic.

saopta. See note to comitiis,
quidam (7), implying contempt,

17, 14.
30, 29.

Sallust: Archaic spelling, page 59
quin (3), in a question, 15, 17.

of notes. As a historian, X-XII.
See Subjunctive.

Life, VII-IX. Style, XII-XIII.
quippe (5): Equivalent to enim, Writings, ix-x.

8, 20; 9, 10; 13, 16; 47, 26. salūto (1), 20, 4, N.
quippe cui, 38, 4, N.

Samnitēs (1), 44, 15, N.
quis, inter. pron. (25): quid,
'why,' 9,7.

Sanga (2), 32, 1.
quis, indef. pron. (10): Used with satisfactio (1), contrasted with
nē and si; once, after neu, 45,

dāfēnsio, 26, 4, n.
2.

Sāturnālia, 33, 5, N.
quisnam (2), 25, 4; 31, 23. scrinium (1), 36, 3.
quisquam (16): Adj., 56, 27. In Secessions of plebs, 24, 25, N.

exclam.of disgust, 46, 28. With Second Oration against Catiline,
both person and place, 22, 11;

XVII.
54, 12.

sed (88): In transition, 11, 10;
quisque (28): cūiusque modi

14, 18; 16, 26, and often.
genus hominum, 30, 27. Fol-

sella curūlis, 27, 3, n; note to
lows reflexive, 5, 26, n. Influ-

insīgnia, 44, 15.
ences verb, 28, 10. ut quaeque
memoriā digna vidēbantur, Sempronia (2), 17, 28.

3, 17. With superl., 6, 24, n. senāti. See Archaisms.
quo (22): Followed by subj., senātor (6), derivation, note to

without comparative, 8, 13, N; patrős, 5, 19.

senātorius. See õrdo.

Dum (proviso), 4, 5, N.
senātūs consultum. See note

Indef. second pers., 1, 14, N;
to dēcrēvit, 21, 1.

8, 31, n.

Indirect double question, 1,
Sequence. See Tenses.

13, N. See -ne and an.
servitium (6): servitia=servi, Jussive, 54, 17.

17, 26, N; servitia ... cüius, Nē= nõdum, 8, 22.
52, 12, n.

Optative, 26, 18.
Severity of Roman discipline, 7,

Potential : 26, 12, n; of the
7, N.

past, 18, 3; 56, 18.

Priusquam, 1, 14, N; 3, 23,
si. See Conditional Sentences.

N.
Sibyllinus (1), 36, 15, N.

Purpose : See nē, quo, ut,
Silānus (3), 40, 4.

and Tenses.
simul (20): simul ac, 20, 11;

Quin, 30, 20; 50, 9.

Quo minus, 44, 14; 44, 27.
with indic. imp., 5, 32; simul

Relative :
ot, 40, 16.

(a) causal, non

qui, 26, 10; (6) conditional,
simulātor (1), 3, 31, n.

2, 28; 45, 3; (c) quod modo,
Sittius (1), 16, 3, N.

30, 28; (d) = ut is, 19, 20; 31,
Slaves, 34, 5, n.

11; 34, 9; 38, 13; (e) utpote

qui, 53, 15.
Spinther (1), 37, 8, N.

Rhetorical questions, 9, 7.
Statilius (7), in Caesar's custody, 49, 1.
37, 9, n.

sui (72): ipse sõcum, 23, 19.
statuo (9): With acc. and dat., sē, with verbs: convorto, 5,
44, 10. With dē, 47, 19; 48, 28.

22; habeo, 46, 32; propero,
With in and acc., 43, 15; 46, 6. 6, 6, N; proripio, 23, 18;
studeo (3), with so and inf., 1, 1. spēro, 52, 10; studeo, 1, 1, n.
sub (1), with abl., 53, 12.

sēmet, 33, 16. Sībi, ind. re-

flexive in result clause, 18, 18;
subigő (4), with acc. and inf., 7,

sibi quisque, referring to vos,
24; 42, 16.

48, 3.
Subjunctive: Attraction, 6, 8, N.
Causal : of verb of saying,

Sulla: (a) L. Cornēlius (9):

In Asia, 8, 12, n. Struggle with
39, 15, N; with magis quam

Marius and Cinna, 8, 7, n. Takes
quod equivalent to non quod,

away

tribūnicia potestās,
10, 17, n.

29, 12. Treatment of Arrētium,
Comparison : with quasi, 9,

27, 2, N. Treatment of his vet-
6, N; 47, 14; with sicuti, 30, 3.
Concessive, only with cum,

erans, xvI; 11, 20, N; 20, 12, N;
27, 13.

28, 8, N; 28, 9, n. (6) P. and

Ser. Cornēlius (1), 12, 6, N.
Conditional : (a) apod. con-

(c) P. Cornēlius (1), 12, 26, N.
tained: in gerundive with causā,
23, 1; in subst. purp.cl., 30, 30; sum (233): With gen. of gerun-
in one word: praemium, 21, dive, 5, 21; 35,

14.
22; tālia, 28, 11; (b) change of With pred. gen., 29, 7.
tense in ind. disc., 25, 7, N; As auxiliary (99) :

Esse is
(c) si māxumā, 54, 4.

always omitted after puto,

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