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Chapter 58 Vocabulary. Municipium , - i (n). Town Derivatives? Municipal . Eques , equitis (m). Knight, member of the equestrian order Derivatives? Equestrian . Plebs, plebis (f). Plebians , common people. Agmen , agminis (n). Column, line. Eo , ire, ii, itus. To go.

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municipium i n
Municipium, -i (n)
  • Town
  • Derivatives?
  • Municipal
eques equitis m
Eques, equitis (m)
  • Knight, member of the equestrian order
  • Derivatives?
  • Equestrian
plebs plebis f
Plebs, plebis (f)
  • Plebians, common people
agmen agminis n
Agmen, agminis (n)
  • Column, line
rixa rixae f
Rixa, rixae (f)
  • Quarrel, skirmish
alloquor alloqui allocutus sum
Alloquor, alloqui, allocutus sum
  • To address, speak to
  • Deriatives? (of loquor, to speak)
  • Loquacious, eloquent
posterus a um
Posterus, -a, -um
  • Next, following
  • Derivatives?
  • Posterity
comes comitis m
Comes, comitis (m)
  • Companion, comrade
  • Derivatives?
  • Concomitant
lateo latere latui
Lateo, latere, latui
  • To lie in hiding
  • Derivatives?
  • latent
graviter
graviter
  • Seriously
  • Derivatives?
  • Grave, gravity
eodem
eodem
  • To the same
solacium i n
Solacium , -i (n)
  • Relief, consolation
  • Derivatives?
  • solace
invidia ae f
Invidia, -ae (f)
  • Ill-will, hatred
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pro
  • before
dux ducis m
Dux, ducis (m)
  • Leader, general
  • Derivatives?
  • Duke, duchess, conduct, induct
ignis ignis m
Ignis, ignis (m)
  • Fire
  • Derivatives?
  • Ignition, ignite, igneous
infimus a um
Infimus, -a, -um
  • Lowest, most vile
ostendo ostendere ostendi ostentus
Ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostentus
  • To show, point out
  • Derivatives?
  • Ostensibly, ostentatious
cremo cremare cremavi crematus
Cremo, cremare, cremavi, crematus
  • To burn
  • Derivatives?
  • Cremate, cremation
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item
  • Likewise, in the same way
flagro flagrare flagravi
Flagro, flagrare, flagravi
  • To burn, blaze up
  • Derivatives?
  • Conflagration, flagrant
mos moris m
Mos, moris, m.
  • Custom, habit
  • Derivatives?
  • Mores, moral, morality
tumultus tumultus m
Tumultus, tumultus, m.
  • Uproar, commotion
  • Derivatives?
  • Tumultuous
revertor reverti reversus sum
Revertor, reverti, reversus sum
  • To turn back, return
  • Derivatives?
  • Revert
defero deferre detuli delatus
Defero, deferre, detuli, delatus
  • To carry down
  • Derivatives?
  • Defer, deference
respicio respicere respexi respectus
Respicio, respicere, respexi, respectus
  • To look back
  • Derivatives?
  • Respite
conficio conficere confeci confectus
Conficio, conficere, confeci, confectus
  • To finish (off)
  • Derivatives?
  • Confection, discomfit
cadaver cadaveris n
Cadaver, cadaveris, n.,
  • Corpse, body
  • Derivatives?
  • Cadaver
vulnero vulnerare vulneravi vulnaratus
Vulnero, vulnerare, vulneravi, vulnaratus
  • To wound
  • derivatives?
  • Vulnerable
iungo iungere iunxi iunctus
Iungo, iungere, iunxi, iunctus
  • To join, connect
  • Derivatives? (cum + iungere)
  • Conjugal, conjugate
augeo augere auxi auctus
Augeo, augere, auxi, auctus
  • To increase, magnify
  • Derivatives?
  • Augment, August