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ignominiâ, pænâ, morte, leto, &c. to praise, honour, &c. to disgrace, punish, &c. Affectus ætate, morbo, weakened.

spiritus, superbiam alicujus, to bear, to contain ; aliquem, consilio, perfidia, to catch; nec te Troja capit, Virg. Ædes vix nos capiunt, the house hardly contains us. Altero oculo capitur, blind of one eye; capitur locis, he is delighted with, Virg.

ACCIPERE pecuniam, vulnus, cladem, injuriam ab aliquo, to receive; Orbis terrarum divitias accipere nolo pro patriæ caritate, Nep. binas literas eodem exemplo, two copies of the same letter, Cic. clamorem de Socrate, to hear, id in bonam partem, to take in good part, to understand in a good sense: omnia ad contumeliam, aliter, aliorsum, ac, atque, Ter. rudem v. rude donari, to be discharged as a gladiator; aliquem bene, v. male, to treat; eum male acceptum in Midiam hiematum coegit redire, roughly handled, Nep. rogationem, to approve the bill; nomen, i. e. ad pretendum admittere, to allow to stand candidate; omen, to esteem good; satisfactionem, v. excusationem, Cæs. Acceptus plebi, apud plebem, popular.

CONFICERE bellum, to finish; orationes, to compose, Nep. cibum, to chew; argentum, to raise, to get also to spend, Cic. cum aliquo de re, to conclude a bargain; exercitus hostium, to destroy; alterum, Curiatium, to kill, Liv. Qui stipendiis confectis erant, i. e. emeriti, had served out their time, Cic.

DEFICERE animo, to faint; ab aliquo, to revolt; tempus deficit mihi vel me, fails; Defici viribus, ratione, &c. to be deprived of.

INFICERE se vitro, to stain; Infectus, part. stained; infectus, adj. not done. Inficior, -atus, -ari, to deny.

OFFICERE alicui, to hinder or hurt; Diogeni apricanti, to stand betwixt him and the sun; auribus, visui, to stop or obstruct; Umbra terræ soli officiens noctem efficit, Cic.

PRÆFICERE aliquem exercitui, to set over. Proficere alicui, to profit, to do good; in philosophia, & progressus facere, to make progress.

REFICERE muros, templa, ædes, rates, res, to repair; animum, vires, saucios, se, jumenta, to refresh, to recover.

SUFFICERE laboribus, ictibus, to be able to bear; arma v. vires alicui, to afford; Valerius in locum Collatini suffectus est, was substituted, Liv. Filius patri suffectus, Tacit. Oculos suffecti sanguine & igne, sc. secundum, having their eyes red and inflamed, Virg.

SATISFACERE alicui, in v. de aliqua re, to satisfy; fidei, promisso, to perform.

JACERE aliquem in præceps; contumelias in eum, to throw; fundamenta, & ponere, to lay; talos, to play at dice; anchoram, to cast.

ADJICERE, to add; oculos alicui rei, to covet ; animum studiis, to apply; sacerdotibus creandis, Liv.

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TRAJICERE copias v. exercitum, fluvium, Hellespontum, vel trans fluvium, to transport; Marius cum parva navicula in Africam trajectus est, passed or sailed over. Trajectus ferro, pierced.

CAPERE conjecturam, consilium, dolorem, fugam, specimen, spem, sedem, &c. to guess, consult, grieve, fly, essay, hope, sit, &c. augurium, v. auspicium, & agere, to take an omen; exemplum de aliquo: locum castris; terram, to alight; insulam, summa, sc. loca, to reach; spolia ex nobilitate, to gain, Sall. de republica nihil præter gloriam, Nep. magistratum, to receive or enjoy; virginem Vestalem, to choose; amentiam,

CONCIPERE verba juramenti, to prescribe the form of an oath; conceptis verbis jurare: inimicitias cum aliquo, to bear enmity to one; aquam, to gather, to form the head of an aqueduct, Frontinus.

EXCIPERE eum hospitio, to entertain; fugientes, to calch; extremuni spiritum cognatorum; sanguinem paterâ, to keep or gather; notis, & scribere, to write in short hand; motus futuros, to perceive: Hos homines excipio, I except; virtutem excipit immortalitas ; turbelentior annus excepit, succeeded; sic excepit regia Juno, replied, Virg.

INCIPERE, Occipere, to begin. Percipere fructus, to reap.

PRÆCIPERE futura, to foresee; gaudia, spem victoriæ, to anticipate; pecuniam mutuam, to take before the time, Cæs. lac, to dry up, Virg. alicui id, v. de ea re, to order; artem ei, to teach.

RECIPERE aliquid, to receive; urbem, to recover; eum tectis, to entertain; se v. pedem, to retreat; se domum, to return; se, mentem, animum, to come to one's self again, to recover spirits; in se, to take charge; alicui, to promise; se ad frugem, to amend; senem sessum, to give a seat to, Cic.

RAPERE vel trahere in pejorem partem, to take a thing in the worst sense; in jus, to bring before a judge; partes inter se, to share, Liv. Sub divum, to reveal, Horat.

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STATUERE stipendium iis de publico, to uppoint; exemplum in hominem, vel -ne, to make one a public example; aliquem capite in terram, to set or place, Ter.

CONSTITUERE coloniam, to settle; agmen paulisper, to make, to stop or halt, Sall. in digitis, to count on one's fingers, Cic. urbem, to build, Ovid. Is hodie venturum ad me consituit domum, appointed, resolved, Ter. Si utilitas amicitiam con

stituit, tollet eadem, makes, constitutes, Cic. Corpus bene constitutum, a good constitution, Id.

omen; pretio addictam habere fidem, to be cor rupt, Cic.

DESTITUERE aliquem, to forsake; spem, to deceive; propositum, to give over, Ovid. deos pactâ mercede, to defraud, Hor.

CONDICERE operam alicui, to promise assistance; cœnam alicui, v. ad cœnam, to purpose supping with one without invitation.

EDICERE alicui, to order; delectum, to appoint a levy; prædam militibus, to promise by an ediet; justitium, diem comitiis, vel comitia consulibus creandis, to appoint.

INSTITUERE aliquem secundum hæredem filio, to appoint, Cic. collegium fabrorum, sacra, to institute, to found, Plin. aliquem doctrinâ Græcis literis, to instruct; naves, to build, Cæs. sermonen, to enter upon, Id. animum ad cogitandum, to settle; antequam pro Muraena dicere instituo, I begin, Cic.

PRÆSTITUERE petitori, qua actione illum uti oporteat, to prescribe to the prosecutor what form of process he should use, Cic. tempus ei, to determine.

RESTITUERE exules; virginem suis, to restore; oppida vicosque, to repair; aciem inclinatum, to rally; prælium, to renew, Liv.

SUBSTITUERE aliquem in locum ejus, pro altero, to subititute, or put in the place of, Cic.

STRUERE epulas, to prepare; insidias, mendacium, to contrive; odium, crimen alicui, vel in aliquem, to raise against. BO.

SCRIBERE suâ manu, benè, velociter, epistolam alicui, v. ad aliquem; bellum, v. de bello; milites, to enlist; supplementum militibus, to recruit them; hæredem, to make one his heir; dicam ei, to raise an action against one; nummos, to give a bill of exchange; de rebus suis scribi cupivit, Cic. Decemvir legibus scribendis, Liv.

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DICERE aliquid, v. de aliqua re, ex aliquo loco, alicui, ad v. apud aliquem; in aliquem, against; ad aliquid, in answer to; sententiam, to give an opinion; jus, to administer justice, to pronounce sentence; mulctam ei, to amerce or fine; diem ei, to appoint a day for his trial before the people; prodicere, to put it off; causam, to plead; testimonium, to give evidence; non idem, loqui est ac dicere, to harangue, Cic. sacramento, seldom sacramentùm, to iŭke the military oath.

ADDICERE aliquid ei, to call out at an auction, to sell; servituti, v. in servitutem, to sentence or adjudge to bondage; bona, to give up the goods of the debtor to the creditor; se alicui, to devote himself to one's service: aves non addixerunt, v. abdixerunt, the birds did not give a favourable

INDICERE bellum, justitium, to proclaim war; legem sibi, to appoint, Cic. cœtus in domos tribunorum, to summon, Liv. indicare, to show; Indictus, an adj. not said; causâ indictâ, ?. non cognitâ condemnari, to be condemned without being heard; me indicente, hæc non fiunt, not telling, Ter.

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INTERDICERE alicui, aliquid v. aliqua re; fœminis usum purpuræ, to forbid or debar from; ei aquâ & igne, v. aquam et ignem, to banish male rem gerentibus, bonis paternis interdici solet, Cic. interdici non poterat socero gener, discharged the company of, Nep.

PRÆDICERE alicui aliquid, de aliqua re, id in hac re, to foretel, to forewarn.

DUCERE in carcerem v. vincula, to lead; exercitum, to command; spiritum, animam, vitam, to breathe, to live; fossam, murum, sulcum, to make or draw; bellum, to prolong, also to carry on, Virg. ætatem, diem, to spend; uxorem, to take a wife; in jus, to summon before a judge; aliquem, & vultum alicujus, ære, ex ære, de auro, marmore, &c. to make a statue; genus, nomen ab v. ex aliquo, to derive; omnia pro nihilo, infra se; id laudi, laudem, v. in laudem, (oftener the first,) to reckon it a praise to him; in conscientiam, to impute to a consciousness of guilt; in gloria, Plin. in crimen, Tacit. centesimas, sc. usuras, vel fœnus centesimis, to compute interest at one for the hundred a month, or at 12 per cent. per annum; binis centesimis fœnerari, to take 24 per ·cent. per annum, Cic. ducere, longas voces in fletum, to draw out, Virg. ordines, to be a centurion, Liv. ilia, to pant like a broken-winded horse, Hor.

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ADDUCERE aliquem in judicium, arbitrium meum, to bring to a trial; in suspicionem regi, Nep. arcum, to draw in; habenas, to straiten the reins.

CONDUCERE aliquem ex loco, to convey; navem, domum, coquos, to hire; columnam faciendam, to engage to make at a certain price; Conducit hoc tuæ laudi, in v. ad rem, is of advantage.

DEDUCERE naves, to launch; classem in prælium, to bring, Nep. equites, to make to alight, Liv. eum domum, to accompany, to carry home; de sententia, Cic. coloniam, to transplant ; lacum, to drain.

EDUCERE gladium e vagina, to draw; florem Italiæ, to lead out; copias in aciem, Cic. filium, to educate, oftener educare; in astra, to extol, Hor. cælo, Virg.

INDUCERE tenebras clarissimis rebus, to bring on, Cic. animum, v. in animum, to persuade himself; senta pellibus, to cover, Cæs. soleas pedibus, v. in pedes, to put on; colorem picturæ, to varmish, Plin. nomina, to cancel or rase, to rub out.

OBDUCERE exercitum, to lead against; callum dolori, to blunt it; sepulchrum sentibus, to cover;

REDUCERE aliquem in memoriam alicujus, vel alicui aliquid in memoriam, to bring back to one's remembrance; in gratiam cum aliquo, to reconcile. Vallis reducta, retired or low.

PRODUCERE testes, to bring out; fumus, to

attend; sermonem in noctem, to prolong, to continue; rem in hiemem, to defer ; servos vendendos, to bring to market.

oculos, potestatem, &c. in morbum, & incidere, Cic. Non cadit in virum bonum mentiri, is incapable of, Cic. Homini lachrymæ cadunt, quasi puero, gaudio, Ter.

SUBDUCERE se a custodibus, to steal away; naves, to draw up on shore; cibum ei & deducere, to take from; summam, rationes, to reckon, to cast up accounts.

ACCIDERE genibus, v. ad genua, to fall at; auribus v. ad aures, to come to; alicui, casu, præter opinionem, to happen; accidit in te istud verbum, applies, Ter.

TENDERE vela, to stretch; insidias, retia, plagas, &c. to lay snares; arcum, to bend; iter, cursum, to direct; ad altiora, in cœlum, to aim at; extra vallum, sc. tabernaculum, to pitch a tent: Manibus tendit divellere nodos, tries, Virg.

ATTENDO te, Cic, tibi, Plin. de hac re, ad hanc rem, to take heed; animum ad rem; res hostium, Sall.

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PARCERE sibi, labore, to spare, &c. a, cædibus, to forbear; aurum natis, Virg.

ASSUESCERE rei alicui, v. re aliqua, in v. ad hoc, to be accustomed; mentem, pluribus & assuefacere, Hor. Animis bella, Virg. to accustom. So, insuesco rei v. re; insuevit hoc me pater, Hor. SCISCERE legem, to vote, to decree; hence plebiscitum.

ASCISCERE regium nomen, to assume; socios sibi, ad societatem sceleris, to associate; ritus peregrinos, to adopt.

CONSCISCERE mortem v. necem sibi, to kill one's self; fugam sibi, to flee, Liv.

DISCERE aliquid ab aliquo, v. apud aliquem, ex aliqua re, or without ex: Dediscere, to forget what he hath learned; Ediscere, to get by heart. Descendere de palatio, præsidio, ædibus; in forum, curiam, campum; ad accusandum, ad omnia, ad extrema, to have recourse to, Cic. DO.

LUDERE aleâ, v. -am, to play at dice; par impar, at even and odd; operam, to lose one's labour.

ALLUDERE alicui, ad aliquem: Colludere ei, cum eo; illudere ei, eum, in eum, in eo; id, to mock.

EVADERE insidias, -iis, vel ex, to escape; in muro, to mount: Hæc quorsum evadant, nescio, to what they will turn out; clarus evasit, became.

CEDERE multa multis de suo jure, Cic. Bona creditoribus, to yield, whence cessio bonorum; alicui loco, de, a, ex loco, v. locum, to give place; vitâ, e vita decedere, to die; foro, to turn bankrupt: Hæreditas cedit mihi, falls to; Cedit in proverbium, becomes.

ACCEDERE oppidum, -do, ad v. in oppidum, to approach; ad conditiones, to agree to; Ciceroni, sententiæ, v. ad sententiam ejus, to agree with; ad Ciceronem, to go to; ad rempublicam, to bear the questorship, or the first public office; ad amicitiam Philippi, to gain the friendship of, Nep. Ad hæc mala hoc mihi accedit etiam, added, Ter. Robur accessit ætati, Cic. Animi accessere hosti, Liv. Ad corporis firmitatem plura animi bona accesserant, Nep. Accedit plurimum pretio ; huc, eò, accedit quod, is added.

ANTECEDERE alicui rei ; aliquem, rarely alicui, to excel.

CONCEDERE ei aliquid & de aliquo; paulum de suo jure; tempus ad rem, to grant; ab oculis, ad dextram, in exilium, in hiberna, to retire, to go; fato, naturæ, vitâ, to die; in sententiam ejus, to come into one's measures; in conditiones, to agree to, Liv.

DISCEDERE transversum, & latum unguem, v. digitum a re, to depart in the least.

INTERCEDERE legi, to give a negative against, to oppose a law; pecuniam pro aliquo, to become surety: Intercedit mihi tecum amicitia vel inter nos, there is, &c..

SUCCEDERE ei, in locum ejus, to succeed; muro, v. murum; ad urbem; sub primam aciem; in pugnam, to come to.

CADERE altè, ab alto, in terram, to fall; causâ, formulâ, in judicio, & litem perdere, to lose one's cause, to be cast; in 2. sub sensum,

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CONTENDERE nervos, omnibus nervis, to exert one's self; aliquid ab aliquo, to ask earnestly; inter se; amori, poet. for cum amore, to strive; causas, sc. inter se, to compare, Cic. Aliquid ad aliquid, cum aliquo, & alicui.

COMPREHENDERE naturam rerum, to understand, rem pluribus & luculentioribus verbis, to express; aliquem humanitate, amicitia, to gain; rem fictam, to discover.

INTENDERE animum rei, ad v. in rem, to apply: Intendi animo in rem, Liv. Vocem, nervos, to exert; arcum, to bend; actionem, v. litem alicui v. in aliquem, also impingere, to raise a law suit against one; telum ei, v. in eum, to shoot at; manum v. digitum in aliquid, to point at; aliquo, sc. ire, to go to; officia, to overdo, to do more than is required, Sall.

OBTENDERE velum rei, v. rem velo, to cover, to

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PENDERE pecuniam, to pay; pœnas, to suf fer; id parvi, to value it little.

SUSPENDERE aliquem arbori, de, in, v. ex arbore, to hang; expectatione, vel suspensum detinere, to keep in suspense; ædificium, to arch a house; naso adunco, to sneer at, Horat.

ABDERE se literis, in literas, to hide or shut up one's self among books; se domum, rus, &c. domo, Virg. in silvas, tenebras, &c.

CONDERE urbem, to build; fructus, to lay up; in carcerem, to imprison; carmen, to compose; lumina, to close, Ov. Jura, to establish; terrâ, sepulchro, in sepulchro, to bury.

DEDERE se alicui, in ditionem alicujus, ad aliquem, to surrender: Deditus præceptori, & studiis, fond of; vino epulisque, engaged in, Nep. deditâ operâ, on purpose.

EDERE librum, & in lucem, to publish; ovum, to lay; sonos, cantus, risus, gemitus, questus, hinnitum, pugnam, stragem, to sound, sing, &c. munus gladiatorium, to exhibit a show of gladia tors; nomen, to mention; fœtus, to bring forth; extremum spiritum, to die; exempla cruciatûs in aliquem, to inflict exemplary torture.

OBDERE pessulum foribus, to bolt the door. PRODERE arcem hostibus, to betray; aliquid posteris, v. memoriæ, to hand down; genus ab aliquo, to derive; flaminem, interregem, to appoint; aliquot dies nuptiis, to put off, Ter. exemplum, to give to posterity, Liv.“

REDDERE a mum, se sibi, to revive; animam v. vitam, to die; Latinè, verbum verbo, to translate; matrem, i. e. referre, to resemble; epistolam alicui, to deliver.

SUBDERE calcar equo, to spur; spiritus alicui, to encourage.

CREDERE rem; homini, to believe; aliquid alicui, to trust; pecuniam ei per syngraphamb

to lend on bond or bill; rumoribus credi non oportet: Itaque credo, si, &c. I suppose, Cic. FUNDERE aquam, to pour out; hostes, to

annos, to spend; aliquid ad normam, to try or examine; columnam ad perpendiculum, to apply the plummet, to see if it be straight; mònumentum, to finish, Hor. tempus & modum, to settle. Virg. comœdiam, to disapprove, to hiss off, Ter.

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EFFUNDERE fruges, copiam oratorum, to produce; ærarium, to spend; odium, i. e. dimittere, to drop; gratiam collectam, i. e. perdere: omnia, quæ tacuerat, to tell.

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JUNGERE se cum aliquo, alicui, & ad aliquem, dextram dextræ; equos currui; amnem ponte, to make a bridge.

ADJUNGERE accessionem ædibus, to build an addition to one's house; animum ad studia, to apply.

STRINGERE cultrum, gladium, ensem, to draw; frondes, to top off; glandes, baccas, to beat down; rem, to waste one's fortune, Hor. littus, to touch, to brush or graze upon, Virg.

TANGERE rem acu, to hit the nail on the

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ATTINGERE Brittaniam navibus, to reach; reges, res su aas, to mention, Nep. Aliquem cognatione, affinitate, to be related to; forum, to reach manhood, Cic. Res non te attingit, concerns.

FINGERE orationem, to polish; oratorem, to form; se ad arbitrium alterius, to adopt : Vultus a mente fingitur, lingua fingit vocem, Cic. Sui cuique mores fingunt fortunam, Nep.

FRANGERE nucem, to break; navem, to suffer shipwreck; fœdus, fidem, to violate; sententiam ejus, to refute, Cic. hostem, to subdue.

AGERE gratias, to give thanks; vitam, to live; prædas, to plunder; fabulam, to act a play; triumphum de aliquo, ex aliqua re, to triumph; nugas, to trifle; ambages, to beat about the bush; stationem, custodiam urbis, to be on guard; rimas, to chink, to leak, to be rent; causam, to plead; de re, to speak; radices, to take root; cuniculos, to undermine; undam, to raise a steam; animam, to be at the last gasp; alias res, to be inattentive; festum diem, natalem, ferias, &c. to keep, to observe; actum, v. rem actam, to labour in vain; censum, & habere, to make a review of the people, their estates, &c. forum, to hold a court to try causes; lege in aliquem, & cum aliquo, to go to law with one; hence actor, a plaintiff; in hæreditatem, to claim; cum populo, to treat with, to lay before; decimum agit annum, he is ten years old; id agitur, that is the question; libertas agitur, v. de libertate, is at stake; actum est de libertate, is lost; actum est ilicet, all is over; actum est de pace, was treated about; cum illo bene actum est, he has been lucky or well used; hoc age, mind what you are about: Civitas læta agere, for erat, Sall.

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ADIGERE milites sacramento, ad v. in jusjurandum, in sua verba, per jusjurandum, to force to enlist; arbitrum, i. e. agere v. cogere aliquem ad arbitrum, to force to submit to an arbitration, Cic.

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CONSULERE rem, v. de re, to consult about; eum, to ask his advice; ei, to consult for his good; de salute sua; gravius in aliquem, to pass a severe sentence against; in commune, publicum, medium, to provide for the common good; verba boni, to take in good part; ego consulor, my advice is asked; mihi consulitur, my good is consulted; mihi consultum ac provisum est, for a me, I have taken care. Cic.

APPELLERE classe in Italiam, vel classem, to land on; se aliquò, Ter. ad villam nostram navis appelletur, Cic. animum ad philosophiam, to apply.

ANTECELLERE ei, rarely eum: excellere aliis, super, inter, præter alios aliqua re, v. in re, to excel.

TOLLERE animos suos, to take courage, animos alicui, to encourage; aliquem laudibus, & laudes ejus in astra, to extol; inducias, to break a truce; clamores, to cry; filium, to educate; de vel e medio, to kill.

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ADIMERE claves uxori, to divorce; annulum v. equum equiti, to take away from a knight the ring or horse given him by the public, to degrade.

DIRIMERE litem, controversiam, to determine. EXIMERE aliquem servitio, noxæ e vinculis, a culpa, de numero proscriptorum, obsidione, to free; de dolio, to draw out; diem dicendo, to waste in speaking.

INTERIMERE se, to kill.

REDIMERE captivos, to ransom; pecuaria de censoribus, to take or form the public pastures.

SUMERE in manus; diem, tempus ad deliberandum; exemplum ex, v. de eo, to take; pœnas, supplicium de aliquo, to punish; pecunias mutuas, to borrow; togam virilem, to put on the dress of a man; sibi inimicitias, to get ill will; operam in re, vel in rem insumere, to bestow pains; sumo tantum, vel hoc mihi, I take this upon me.

PREMERE caseum, to make cheese; vocem, to be silent; dolorem corde, to conceal; vestigia

ejus, to follow; littus, to come near; pollicem, to save a gladiator; librum in nonum annum, to delay publishing, Hor.

ERUMPERE ex tenebris, castris, &c. se portis, to break out; stomachum in aliquem, to vent passion; nubem, to break, Virg. RO.

EXPRIMERE SUCcum, to press out; risum alicui; pecuniam ab aliquo, to force from; effigiem, to draw to the life; verbum verbo, de verbo, e verbo, ad verbum, de Græcis, &c. to translate word for word.

IMPRIMERE aliquid animo, in animo, v. in animum, to imprint.

REPRIMERE se, & reprendere v. retinere, to check.

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PONERE spem in homine v. re, & habere; castra, to pitch; vitem, to plant; vitam, to die; ova, to lay; insidias alicui; panem convivis, not ante; personam amici, to lay aside the character of a friend; præmia, to propose; pocula, to stake or lay; studium, tempus, multum operæ in aliqua re, to employ, to bestow; aliquid in laude, in vitiis, in loco beneficii, to reckon ; ferocia corda, to lay aside; aliquem in gratiam v. gratia, i. e. efficere gra osum apud alterum, Cic. ventos, to calm; hominem coloribus, saxo, to paint, engrave, Hor. pecuniam in fœnore, to lay out at interest; templa, to build, Virg. Venti possuere, are hushed, Virg. Pone esse victum eum, Ter. Positum sit, suppose, grant, Cic.

COMPONERE carmen, literas, &c. to compose; lites, to settle; bellum, to finish by treaty; parva magnis, dicta cum factis, to compare; manus manibus, to join, Virg.

DEPONERE V. ponere togam prætextam, to lay aside the dress of a boy; imperium & demittere, to lay down a command.

EXPONERE rem, to set forth or explain; frumentum, to expose to sale, Cic. pueros, fœtus, to leave to perish, Liv. exercitum, sc. in terram, to land.

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QUÆRERE bonam, gratiam sibi, to seek or gain, Cic. sermonem, to beat about for conversation, Ter. rem mercaturis faciendis, to make a fortune by merchandise; ex aliquo, & in aliquem, de re aliqua per tormenta, to put to the rack; in dominum de servo quæri noluerunt Romani, Cic.

INQUIRERE aliquid, to search after; aliquem capitis, v. -te, to accuse or try for a capital crime.❤ GERERE res, to perform; negotium malè, to manage; consulatum, to bear, to manage; se. bene vel malè, to behave; exercitum, to conduct, Sallust. morem ei, vel morigerari, to humour; civem, se pro cive, personam alicujus, to pass for, to bear the character of; inimicitias vel simultatem cum aliquo, to be at enmity or variance with.

INGERERE Convicia ei, in eum, to inveigh against.

SUGGERERE aliquid ei, to suggest, to hint; sumptus his rebus, to supply or afford; Horatium Bruto, to choose in place of, to put after, Liv.

SERERE crimina in eum, to raise, to spread accusations.

CONSERERE manus, manu, certamen, pugnam, cum hostibus, inter se, to engage.

ASSERERE aliquid, to affirm; aliquem manu, ab injuria, in libertatem, to free; in servitutem, to reduce; divinam majestatem, to claim. TO.

PETERE aliquid alicui; id ab eo, rarely eum ; in beneficii gratiæque loco, Cic. to ask; urbem Romam, murum, montes, to go to, to make for ; aliquem sagittâ, lapide, to aim at; consulatum pœnas ab aliquo, repetere, to punish.

COMPETERE animo, to be in one's senses; in eum competit actio, an action lies against him, Cic.

REPETERE res, to demand restitution; bona lege, v. prosequi lite, to recover by law; castra, oppidum, huc, to return to; aliquid memoriâ, to call to mind; altè, to trace from the beginning. Mihi nihil suppetit, multa suppetunt, I have; si vita suppetet, if life shall remain, Cic.

MITTERE alicui, v. ad aliquem; in suffragia, to send the people to vole; aulæum, mappam, to drop the curtain; talos, to throw the dice; senatum, to dismiss; timorem, to lay aside; in acta, to register, to record; sanguinem, vel emittere, to let blood; noxam, to forgive; signa timoris, to show; vocem, to uller, to speak; habenas, v. remittere, to slacken; manu, et emittere, to free a slave; filium, emancipare, to free a son from the power of his father; sub jugum, to make to pass under the yoke; inferias manibus diis, to sacrifice to the infernal gods; rem, v. de re, to omit ; mitto rem, I say nothing of fortune, Ter. in possessionem bonorum, to give the possession of the debtor's effects; misit orare, ut venirem; i. e. aliquem ad orandum, Ter.

AMITTERE litem, v. causam; vitam, sedem, lumina, aspectum, to lose, Cic.

ADMITTERE in cubiculum, to admit; equum immittere, & permittere, to gallop; delictum in se, to commit a fault; aves non admiserunt, have not given a favourable omen, Liv.

COMMITTERE facinus, to commit; se alicui, v. in fidem alicujus, to entrust; prælium, to engage; exercitum pugnæ, rem in casum ancipitis eventûs prælii, to risk a battle; Liv. iv. 27. aliquem cum

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