Vocabulary List 2: De Bello Gallico 1.3-5

a: Ah!
acceptus, accepta -um, acceptior -or -us, acceptissimus -a -um: welcome, pleasing; popular with, well liked; dear; received/credited
adduco, adducere, adduxi, adductus: lead up/to/away; bring up/to; persuade, induce; lead, bring; contract, tighten
amicitia, amicitiae F: friendship, bond between friends; alliance, association; friendly relations
amicus, amica -um, amicior -or -us, amicissimus -a -um: friendly, dear, fond of; supporting, loyal, devoted; loving
annus, anni M: year; age, time of life; year's produce; circuit, course
ante: before, previously, first, before this, earlier; in front/advance of; forwards
appello, appellare, appellavi, appellatus: call; address; dun; solicit; appeal; bring to court; accuse; name
auctoritas, auctoritatis F: title, ownership; right to authorize/sanction, power; decree, order
biennium, bienni(i) N: two years
carrum, carri N: wagon
coemo, coemere, coemi, coemptus: buy; buy up
comparo, comparare, comparavi, comparatus: prepare; provide; compose; collect, get together/hold of; raise; unite
conatum, conati N: effort; attempt/design/attempted action
concilio, conciliare, conciliavi, conciliatus: unite, bring together/about; cause; win over, attract; acquire, procure, buy
conficio, conficere, confeci, confectus: make, construct; prepare, complete, accomplish; cause; perform; do thoroughly
confirmo, confirmare, confirmavi, confirmatus: strengthen, develop, build up; make secure/firm; reassure; secure
conor, conari, conatus sum: attempt/try/endeavor, make an effort; exert oneself; try to go/rise/speak
constituo, constituere, constitui, constitutus: set up/in position, erect; place/dispose/locate; halt; plant
deligo, deligere, delegi, delectus: pick/pluck off, cull; choose, select, levy, enroll; conduct a levy
dubius, dubia, dubium: doubtful, dubious, uncertain; variable, dangerous; critical
duco, ducere, additional, forms: lead, command; think, consider, regard; prolong
exercitus, exercitus M: army, infantry; swarm, flock
fides, fidei F: faith, loyalty; honesty; credit; confidence, trust, belief; good faith
filia, filiae F: daughter
filius, fili M: son
firmus, firma -um, firmior -or -us, firmissimus -a -um: firm/steady; substantial/solid/secure/safe; strong/robust/sturdy/stout/durable
frater, fratris M: brother; cousin
frumentum, frumenti N: grain; crops
idem, eadem, idem: same, the same, the very same, also
item: likewise; besides, also, similarly
iter, itineris: journey; road; passage, path; march
iumentum, iumenti N: mule; beast of burden
ius, iuris N: law; legal system; code; right; duty; justice; court; binding decision; oath
legatio, legationis F: embassy; member of an embassy; mission
matrimonium, matrimoni(i) N: marriage; matrimony
multus, multa -um, -, plurimus -a -um: much, many, great, many a; large, intense, assiduous; tedious
numerus, numeri M: number/sum/total/rank; numerical strength/plurality; category; tally
occupo, occupare, occupavi, occupatus: seize; gain; overtake; capture, occupy; attack
oratio, orationis F: speech, oration; eloquence; prayer
pater, patris M: father
pax, pacis F: peace; harmony
per: through; during; by, by means of
perficio, perficere, perfeci, perfectus: complete, finish; execute; bring about, accomplish; do thoroughly
permoveo, permovere, permovi, permotus: stir up; move deeply; influence; agitate
plebs, plebis F: common people, general citizens, commons/plebeians; lower class/ranks; mob/mass
plurimus, plurimi M: very many, many a one; the most people, very many/great number of people
populus, populi: poplar tree
potens, potentis (gen.), potentior -or -us, potentissimus -a -um: powerful, strong; capable; mighty
principatus, principatus M: first place; rule; leadership; supremacy; chief command
probo, probare, probavi, probatus: approve, esteem/commend/recommend/certify; give assent/approval/sanction
profectio, profectionis F: departure
proficiscor, proficisci, profectus sum: depart, set out; proceed
quin: so that not, without; that not; but that; that
satis: enough, adequately; sufficiently; well enough, quite; fairly, pretty
sementis, sementis F: sowing, planting
senatus, senatus M: senate
spero, sperare, speravi, speratus: hope for; trust; look forward to; hope
suppeto, suppetere, suppetivi, suppetitus: be at hand; be equal to; be sufficient for
suscipio, suscipere, suscepi, susceptus: undertake; support; accept, receive, take up
tempus, temporis N: time, condition, right time; season, occasion; necessity
armum, armi N: arms, weapons, armor, shield; close fighting weapons; equipment; force
cliens, clientis: client, dependent, vassal; client state/its citizens, allies
cogo, cogere, coegi, coactus: collect/gather, round up, restrict/confine; force/compel; convene; congeal
conduco, conducere, conduxi, conductus: be of advantage/profitable/expedient; be proper/fitting/concerned with; tend to
conscisco, consciscere, conscivi, conscitus: ordain/decree/determine/resolve; decide/inflict on; bring on oneself
cremo, cremare, cremavi, crematus: burn/cremate; consume/destroy; burn alive; make burnt offering
damno, damnare, damnavi, damnatus: pass/pronounce judgment, find guilty; deliver/condemn/sentence; harm/damn/doom
decem: ten
dictio, dictionis F: speaking/saying/uttering; declaration of judgment/penalty; prediction
enuntio, enuntiare, enuntiavi, enuntiatus: reveal/divulge/make known/disclose; speak out, express/state/assert; articulate
eodem: to the same place/purpose
eripio, eripere, eripui, ereptus: snatch away, take by force; rescue
exequor, exequi, executus sum: follow, go along/on with; pursue for vengeance/punishment; strive/search after
familia, familiae F: household; household of slaves; family; clan; religious community
ignis, ignis M: fire, brightness; passion, glow of passion
incito, incitare, incitavi, incitatus: enrage; urge on; inspire; arouse
indicium, indici(i) N: evidence; information, proof; indication
iudicium, iudici(i) N: trial, legal action/process; court/tribunal; courts; administration of justice
magistratus, magistratus M: magistracy, civil office; office; magistrate, functionary
morior, mori, mortuus sum: die, expire, pass/die/wither away/out; fail, come to an end; decay
mors, mortis F: death; corpse; annihilation
mos, moris M: custom, habit; mood, manner, fashion; character, behavior, morals
ob: on account of, for the sake of, for; instead of; right before
obaeratus, obaerati M: debtor
oporteo, oportere, oportui, oportuitus: require, order
poena, poenae F: penalty, punishment; revenge/retribution
sequor, sequi, secutus sum: follow; escort/attend/accompany; aim at/reach after/strive for/make for/seek
suspicio, suspicionis F: suspicion; mistrust
vinculum, vinculi N: chain, bond, fetter; imprisonment
adscisco, adsciscere, adscivi, adscitus: adopt, assume; receive, admit, approve of, associate; take over, claim
aedificium, aedifici(i) N: building; edifice, structure
Boius, Boii M: one of the Boi/Boii, a people of Cisalpine Gaul
cibarium, cibari(i) N: ration/allowance of food; food, provisions; food for animals, feed/fodder
comburo, comburere, combussi, combustus: burn up/away; consume/destroy w/fire; reduce to ash, cremate; scald
consilium, consili(i) N: debate/discussion/deliberation/consultation; advice/counsel/suggestion; adviser
domus, domi F: house, building; home, household
duodecim, duodecimus -a -um, duodeni -ae -a, duodecie(n)s: 1.5:
effero, efferre, extuli, elatus: carry out; bring out; carry out for burial; raise
eodem: same, the same, the very same; also
exuro, exurere, exussi, exustus: burn; destroy/devastate by fire; dry up, parch; scald
incendo, incendere, incendi, incensus: set on fire; set fire to, kindle, burn; cause to flame/burn; keep fire burning
iam: now, already, by/even now; besides
iubeo, iubere, iussi, iussus: order/tell/command/direct; enjoin/command; decree/enact; request/ask/bid; pray
mensis, mensis M: month
molior, moliri, molitus sum: struggle, labor, labor at; construct, build; undertake, set in motion, plan
nihilum, nihili N: nothing; nothingness, which does not exist; something valueless; no respect
oppidum, oppidi N: town
oppugno, oppugnare, oppugnavi, oppugnatus: attack, assault, storm, besiege
paratus, parata -um, paratior -or -us, paratissimus -a -um: prepared; ready; equipped, provided
paro, parare, paravi, paratus: prepare; furnish/supply/provide; produce; obtain/get; buy; raise; put up; plan
periculum, periculi N: danger, peril; trial, attempt; risk; responsibility for damage, liability
porto, portare, portavi, portatus: carry, bring
post: behind, after; subordinate to
praeter: besides, except, contrary to; beyond, in front of, before; more than
privo, privare, privavi, privatus: deprive, rob, free
quadringenti -ae -a, quadringentesimus -a -um, quadringeni -ae -a, quadringentie(n)s: 1.5: , 5.46:
quisque, cuiusque: each, each one; every, everybody, everything; whatever
recipio, recipere, recepi, receptus: keep back; recover; undertake; guarantee; accept, take in; take back
reditio, reditionis F: returning; going back
secum, seci N: suet; tallow; hard animal fat
socius, soci(i) M: associate, companion; ally
spes, spei F: hope/anticipation/expectation; prospect/hope/promise
subeo, subire, subivi(ii), subitus: go/move/pass/sink/extend underneath/into; climb/come/go up, ascend; steal in on
tollo, tollere, sustuli, sublatus: lift, raise; destroy; remove, steal; take/lift up/away
transeo, transire, transivi(ii), transitus: go over, cross
ubi: where, whereby
uti: in order that; that, so that; as, when
utor, uti, usus sum: use, make use of, enjoy; enjoy the friendship of
vicus, vici M: village; hamlet; street, row of houses