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Accusative, w. inf. after studeo, I, 1; etiam = still, XIV, 5; commodare,

hortor, V, 9; propero, VII, 6; im. XVI, 2; in rem fore, XX, 1; ni,
pero, XVI, 2; malo, XXXVII, 10; XX, 2; frustra esse, XX, 2; quia
moneo, LII, 3.

. . . eo, XX, 3; abunde esse, XXI, 1;
adeptus, used passively, VII, 3.

belli faciundi, XXIV, 2; quisquam
Adverbs used in the predicate after esse, locus, XXXI, 2; rogito for rogo,
XX, 2; XXI, 1.

XXXI, 3; expurgo for purgo, XXXI,
agito, for ago, II, 1; XXIII, 3.

5; exorno for orno, XXXVI, 1; man.
alienus, with the gen., XL, 5.

ufestus, of persons, XLI, 5; coepere,
Arcbaisms: studeo with acc. c. inf., I, LI, 29; amplexor, LII, 5; nullus for

1; supplicium, for supplicatio, IX, 2; non, LII, 21; iuxta mecum, LVIII,
colos, XV, 5; patro, XVIII, 8; XX, 5; pugnando for pugnans, LXI, 2.
10; intellegi for intellexi, XXVIII, 2; colos for color, XV, 5.
senati, XXX, 3; XXXVI, 5; exper's Compounds used for their primitives,
with the abl. XXX, 2; figura etymo. XXXI, 5; XXXVI, 1.
logica, XXXV, 3; multo for longe, convorto, used intransitively, LII, 27.
XXXVI, 4; ire with the supine, Dative, Final II, 8.
XXXVI, 4; praecepit for praecipit, dignus, with pro and the abl., LI, 8.
XLI, 5; neglegeris for neglexeris, dissero, Construction of, V, 9.
LI, 24; illi descensus erat for illi dissimulo, with de, XLVII, 1.
descendendum erat, LVII, 3.

efficio, with two accusatives, I, 3.
ceterum = but, LI, 26.

egeo, with the gen., LI, 37.
Chiastic arrangement, I, 6; II, 2; III, Epistolary imperfect, IV, 2; XXXV,

3; VI, 1; IX, 3; XIV, 3; XXXI, 3; 5.
XLVI, 2; LVIII, 1; LX, 4.

equidem, Use of, LI, 15.
coepit with duci, XII, 1; with fieri, fac cogites = cogita, XLIV, 5.
LI, 40.

facinus for facinorosus, XIV, 1.
Colloquialisms: studeo with acc. c. inf., facundia, LIII, 3.

I, 1; agito for ago, II, 1; XXIII, 3; figura etymologica, XXXV, 3.
paucis, IV, 3; auxilia portare, VI, filii familiarum, XLIII, 2; LI, 9.
5; consulto, VI, 6; aleo, XIV, 2; 1 flagitium for flagitiosus, XIV, 1.




foret, used to express a real past, XIV, per, with the accusative, expressing

manner, VII, 4.
Frequentatives used instead of their porro, expressing antithesis, XLVI, 2.

primitives, II, 1; VI, 6; XI, 5; portare auxilia, VI, 5.
XXIII, 3; XXXI, 3; LII, 5.

Positive degree of adjectives, coupled
Genitive of the gerundive used as a with the superlative, V, 8.

genitive of quality, VI, 7; XLVI, Possessive pronoun instead of an objec.

tive genitive, LI, 11.
haud, when used, III, 1.

postquam, with the imp. ind., VI, 3;
Hendiadys, II, 2; VI, 7; XX, 7; XXX, with the historical present, XXI, 5.
5; LII, 2.

potior, Construction of, XLVII, 2.
hortor, with the inf., V, 9.

praesideo, used absolutely, LVII, 2.
id loci, XL, 2.

profusus, with the gen., V. 5.
igitur, placed first in declarative sen propero, with acc. c. inf., VII, 6.
tences, II, 1.

puto, with in and the abl., II, 2.
Imperfect indicative after postquam, quicquam pensi habere, V, 6.
VI, 3.

quippe = nam, LII, 20.
impero, with the acc. c. inf., XVI, 2. senati, XXX, 3.
Indicative in a subordinate clause of the Sequence of tenses irregular, XXXII,

oratio obliqua, XXVII, 4; L, 3. 2; XXXIV, 1; XXXIV, 2.
Infinitive after studeo, I, 1; hortor, V, simulator used as an adjective, V, 5.

9; properó, VII, 6; impero, XVI, 2; studeo, with the acc. c. inf., I, 1;
mos est, XXX, 4.

Infinitive denoting purpose, LII, 24. subegit, for coegit, X, 5.
ingens magnus, XLVI, 2.

supplicium for supplicatio, IX, 2.
innoxius = unharmed, XXXIX, 2. supra ea, for quae supra ea sunt,
intellegi for intellexi, XXVIII, 2.

III, 2.
interrogo, with the gen., XVIII, supra quam, V, 3.
iuxta aestumo, II, 8; XXXVII, 8. suus, not referring to the subject of its
iuxta mecum =

aeque ac ego, LVIII, 5. clause, XXI, 4.
machinatum, used passively, XLVIII, Synesis, VII, 4; XVI, 2; XVIII, 1;

XLIII, 1; XLIII, 2; XLIX, 2.
malo, with acc. c. inf. and with the tempestas - tempus, VII, 1; XX, 3.
nom. c. inf., XXXVI, 10.

traho for distraho, XX, 12.
moneo, with acc. c. inf., LII, 3.

utraque, in the pl. after antecedents in
mortales for homines, I, 5.

the sing., V, 7; XXX, 4.
mos est with the inf., XXX, 4.

Variety of construction, II, 1; V, 9;
ne for nedum, XI, 8.

Neuter pronouns refer to masc. or fem. 2; XXXVII, 10; XXXVIII, 3; XL,
antecedents, 1, 2; 1, 7; V. 7.

1; XLVIII, 5; LI, 38; LI, 41; LIII,
opus est, Construction of, 1, 8.

2; LVIII, 3.
paro, used absolutely, VI, 5.

verum enim vero, Use of, II, 9.
pars ... alii, for alii ... alii, II, 1. vigilia = vigiliae, V, 3.
patro, XVIII, 8; LIII, 4.

vorsus, Use of, LVI, 4.




Aborigines, VI, 1.
Allobroges, XL, 1.
Antonius Hybrida, C., XXI, 3.
Apulia, XXVII, 1.
Autronius Paetus, P., XVII, 3.
Bruttius Ager, XLII, 1.
Brutus, D., XXV, 1; XL, 5.
Camers, XXVII, 1.
Cassius, L., XVII, 3.
Catilina, L. Sergius, V, 1.
Cato, M. Porcius, LII, 1.
Catulus, C. Lutatius, XXXV, 1.
Cethegur, P. Cornelius, XVII, 3.
Cinna, L. Cornelius, XLVII, 2.
Cornelius, C., XVII, 4; XXVIII, 1.
Cornificius, Q., XLVII, 4.
Crassus, M. Licinius, XVII, 7.
Curius, Q., XVII, 3; XXIII, 1.
Damasippus, L. Junius, LI, 32.
Faesulae, XXIV, 2.
Hispania, XVIII, 5.

Laeca, M. Porcius, XVII, 3.
Lentulus Spinther, P. Cornelius,

Lentulus Sura, P. Cornelius, XVII, 3.
Manlius Torquatus, T., XXIV, 2; LII,

Marcius Rex, Q., XXX, 3.
Metellus Celer, Q., XXXV, 5.
Metellus Creticus, Q., XXX, 3.
Paulus, L. Aemilius, XXXI, 4.
Petreius, M., LIX, 4.
Picenum, XXVII, 1; XLII, 1.
Pompeius Rufus, Q., XXX, 5.
Pomptinus, C., XLV, 1.
Sempronia, XXV, 2.
Silanus, D. Junius, L, 4.
Sulla, P. and Ser., XVII, 3; XVIII,

Umbrenus, P., XL, 1.
Valerius Flaccus, L., XLV, 1.
Vargunteius, L., XVII, 3; XXVIII, 1.



be absent or away from ; to be

distant from ; to be wanting ; to A. Abbr. for Aulus, a Roman keep away. praenomen.

ab-surdus, a, um, adj. (surdus, ā, ab, prep. with abl. From, deaf). Absurd ; senseless; conaway from ; on the side of, in temptible. the direction of; on; by.

abundē, adv. (abundus). Coab-dicā, āre, āvi, ätum, v. tr. piously, abundantly, in profusion. (dico, to proclaim). To resign, ab-ūtor, i, ūsus sum, v. dep. give up, lay down.

To abuse, misuse. abditus, a, um, part. a. (abdo, to āc, conj. Contracted for atremove, hide). Remote, retired ; que, which see. secret.

accēdo, ere, cèssi, cēssum, v. ab-dūcē, ere, dūxi, ductum, v. intr. (ad, cedo). To go near to, tr. To lead off, withdraw. approach; to be added.

ab-eo, ire, i7, itum, v. intr. To accendo, ere, di, ēnsum, v. tr. go from, go.

To set on fire, kindle ; to inflame, ab-iūrā, āre, ävi, ätum, v. tr. rouse; to animate. (ab, iuro, to swear). To deny on accido, ere, cidi, v. intr. (ad, oath.

cado). To fall upon; with the Ab-originēs, um, m. pl. (origo, det., to befall, happen to, occur, origin). The Aborigines, the happen. earliest inhabitants of Italy. accipio, ere, cēpī, ceptum, v. tr.

ab-solvā, ere, solvī, solūtum, v. (ad, capio). To receive, accept ; tr. To loose; to dispatch, finish; to learn, hear: used absolutely, to set forth : used absolutely, vi. 1. IV. 3.

accūsõ, áre, ävi, ätum, v. tr. abstinentia, ae, f. (abstinens). (ad, causa). To accuse, blame, Moderation, self-restraint ; hon- find fault with, complain against. esty.

acerbus, a, um, adj. Harsh, ab-sum, esse, fui, v. intr. To bitter, rigorous, severe.



aciēs, ei, f. An edge ; a line | To take; to take away, deprive of battle ; prima acies, the first of. line, front rank.

adipiscor, i, eptus sum, v. dep. āctiö, önis, f. (ago). An act, tr. (ad, apiscor, to seize). To obdoing, action.

tain, get, acquire, attain; adeptus, āctor, oris, m. (ago). A doer, in passive signification, vii. 3. performer.

aditus, ús, m. (adeo). ad, prep. with

To, proach, access, admittance. toward ; up to; at, near, in the ad-iungo, ere, iūnxi, iūnctum, vicinity of; for, for the purpose v. tr. To join to, unite, attach. of; besides, in addition to.

ad-iuvö, äre, iūvi, jūtuin, v. tr. ad-dö, ere, didi, ditum, v. tr. To help, assist, aid. To add, join to; to increase; to ad-moneo, ēre, ui, itum, v. tr. impart, confer.

With the acc. of the person and the ad-dūcē, ere, dūri, ductum, v. gen. of the thing. To admonish ; tr. To lead to, bring to; to in- to remind. duce, lead.

ad-nitor, i, nisus or nixus sum, ad-eo, ire, ii, itum, v. tr. To v. dep. intr. To lean against; to go to, approach ; to visit. exert one's self, strive.

ad-eo, adv. (ad, is). So, so adolēsco, ere, olēvī, ultum, v. much ; even, indeed, in fact. intr. incept. (adoleo, to increase). ad-ferő, ferre, attuli, adlātum, To grow up, come to maturity;

To bring to; produce, to grow, increase. cause, occasion.

adrigā, ere, rēxi, rēctum, v. tr. adflicto, āre, ārī, ātum, v. tr. (ad, reyo). To straighten up, to freq. (ad fligo, to strike down). rouse, encourage, excite. To disquiet, to distress, grieve. adscendo, ere, di, ēnsum, v. intr.

ad-fluo, ere, fluxī, v. intr. To and tr. (ad, scando, to climb). To flow to ; to

one in ascend, mount, go up; to scale. plenty.

ad-scisco, ere, scirī, scitum, v. adgredior, i, gressus sum, v. tr. (ad, scisco, to seek to know). dep. tr. (ad, gradior, to step). Tr. To receive, take, admit, join to. or intr. To approach; to attack, ad-sentior, iri, sēnsus sum, v. assail.

dep. intr. (ad, sentio). To assent, adigo, ere, egī, āctum, v. tr. approve. (ad, ago). To drive to, force ; ad-sequor, i, secātus sum, v. ad jusjurandum, to force to take dep. tr. To follow up to; to overan oath, bind by an oath.

take; gain, attain. adimō, ere, ēmī, ēmptum, v. tr. ad-sido, ere, sēdi, v. intr. To (ad, emo, to take). With acc. take one's seat, sit down, resume of the thing and dat. of the person. I one's seat.

V. tr.



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