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VOCABULARY

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(Words marked by an asterisk are words in the text by emendation, or suggested for text, but are not actually found in the MSS.)

words now in text but not in Walters' list

12.5 seges, segetis f. field of grain, crop

16.4 pacisco, paciscere, ---, pactum to agree, stipulate, bargain for

19.4 luo, luere, lui, luiturus to release, pay

28.1 nego, negare, negavi, negatum to deny, refuse

28.2 utensilia, utensilium n. pl. things for use, necessities

36.3 gradus, gradus m. step, stair, degree; station (mil.)

45.1 noto, notare, notavi, notatum to mark, brand

THE AGRICOLA OF TACITUS EDITED BY W. C. FLAMSTED WALTERS: VOCABULARY

a, ab, prep. from, by.

abnuo, -ere, -nui, -nuitum and -nutum, v.a. and n. refuse.

aboleo, -ere, -evi (-ui), -itum, v.a. destroy.

abruptus, -a, -um, adj. (partic. of abrumpo), precipitous, steep.

absens, (gen.) -ntis, adj. absent.

absentia, -ae, f. absence.

absolvo, -ere, -solvi, -solutum, v.a. acquit.

abstinentia, -ae, f. self-restraint.

abstraho, -ere, -traxi, -tractum, v.a. drag away.

absum, -esse, afui, v.n. be absent, distant.

absumo, -ere, -sumpsi, -sumptum, v.a. spend.

abundantia, -ae, f. abundance, lavishness.

ac, atque, conj. and.

accedo, -ere, -cessi, -cessum, v.n. come to.

accendo, -ere, -cendi, -censum, v.a. fire, kindle, exaggerate.

accipio, -ere, -cepi, -ceptum, v.a. receive, hear, be told.

accuso, -are, -avi, -atum, v.a. accuse.

acerbior, -ius, comp. adj. harsher, more bitter.

acerbitas, -tatis, f. anguish.

acerrimus, -a, -um, superl. adj. boldest.

acies, -ei, f. army in battle-order, army, battle.

acrius, comp. adv. (of acriter), too keenly, more vigorously.

ad, prep. to, up to, with a view to.

adcelero, -are, -avi, -atum, v.a. hasten.

adclivis, -e, adj. uphill, sloping.

adcresco, -ere, -crevi, -cretum, v.n. flow (of tide).

adcurro, -ere, -cucurri and -curri, cursum, v.n. rush, charge.

addo, -ere, -dldi, -ditum, v.a. add, cause.

adduco, -ere, -duxi, -ductum, v.a. bring.

adeo, adv. to such an extent.

adfecto, -are, -avi, -atum, v.a. claim, assume.

adfectus, -us, m. longing, desire, affection.

*adfero, -ferre, -tuli, -latum (or allatum), v.a. bring.

adfinitas, -tatis, f. (in pl.) relations, kindred.

adfirmo, -are, -avi, -atum, v.a. assert, declare, state.

adfligo, -ere, -flixi, -flictum, v.a. strike, afflict.

adfluo, -ere, -fluzi, -fluctum, v.n. flock in.

adfundo, -ere, -fudi, -fusum, v.a. spread about.

adgnosco, -ere, -gnovi, -gnitum, v.a. recognize.

adgredior, -i, -gressus, dep. v.a. attack.

adhuc, adv. hitherto, still, still more.

adicio, -ere, -ieci, -iectum, v.a. add.

adigo, -ere, -egi, -actum, v.a. force, compel.

adimo, -ere, -emi, -emptum, v.a. take away.

aditus, -us, m. approach.

adiuvo, -are, -iuvi, -iutum, v.a. help.

adloquor, -i, -locutus, dep. v.a. address.

administratio, -onis, f. charge of public affairs, office.

admiratio, -onis, f. admiration.

admodum, adv. quite, merely.

admoneo, -ere, -ui, -itum, v.a. warn, advise.

adnoto, -are, -avi, -atum, v.a. notice, remark.

adnuo, -ere, -nui, -nutum, v.a. and n. consent.

adorior, -iri, -ortus, dep. v.a. attack.

adpeto, -ere, -petivi and -petii, -petitum, v.a. and n. aim at, seek, covet; (intrans.) approach.

adprobo, -are, -avi, -atum, v.a. prove, make approved.

adroganter, adv. overbearingly, arrogantly.

adrogantia, -ae, f. arrogance, haughtiness.

adscisco, -ere, -scivi, -scitum, v.a. admit, enroll among.

adsero, -ere, -serui, -sertum, v.a. assert, declare.

adsideo, -ere, -sedi, -sessum, v.n. sit by.

adsimulo, -are, -avi, -atum, v.a. liken, compare.

adsto, -are, -stiti, v.n. take a stand.

adstruo, -ere, -struxi, -structum, v.a. add.

adsuesco, -ere, -suevi, -suetum, v.n. become accustomed.

adsuetus, -a, -um, accustomed.

adsulto, -are, -avi, -atum, v.n. attack (with dat.).

adsum, -esse, -fui, v.n. be present, arrive.

adsumo, -ere, -sumpsi, -sumptum, v.a. take besides, take, gather.

adulatio, -onis, f. flattery. adulescentia, -ae, f. youth.

advectus, -a, -um (partic. of adveho), immigrant.

advenio, -ire, -veni, -ventum, v.n. come.

adventus, -us, m. arrival.

adversus, adv. towards, against, in dealing with.

adversus, -a, -um, adj. adverse, opposed, unsuccessful, in front; adversa, n.pl. obstacles.

aeger, -gra, -grum, adj. faint, feeble. *aegre, adv. hardly, with difficulty.

aemulatio, -onis, f. rivalry, jealousy.

aemulor, -ari, -atus, dep.v.a. rival.

*aequalitas, -tatis, f. fair distribution.

aeque, adv. equally.

aequus, -a, -um, adj. level, fair, advantageous; aequum, as subst. plain; ex aequo, on equality, independent.

aes, aeris, n. bronze.

aestas, -tatis, f. summer.

aestimo, -are, -avi, -atum, v.a. value, test, judge.

aestuarium, -ii, n. estuary, firth, tidal creek.

aestus, -us, m. tide.

aetas, -tatis, f. age, lifetime, generation, years.

aeternitas, -tatis, f. eternity.

aeternus, -a, -um, adj. eternal, everlasting; in aeternum, for ever.

aevum, -i, n. lifetime.

Africa, -ae, f. Roman province of Africa.

ager, agri, m. land, territory.

agito, -are, -avi, -atum, v.a. and n. discuss, trouble, harass, plan, scheme.

agmen, -inis, n. army on march, army.

ago, -ere, egi, actum, v.a. do, act, conduct, live, drive; (with gratias) pay thanks.

ala, -ae, f. squadron of horse.

alacer or -cris, -ere, adj. eager, excited.

alacritas, -tatis, f. eagerness, briskness.

Albanus, -a, -um, adj. Alban.

alias, adv. at other times.

alibi, adv. elsewhere.

alienus, -a, -um, adj. belonging to another, another's, or others.

aliquando, adv. sometimes, at one time.

aliqui, -a, -od, adj. some or other.

aliquis, -id, subst. someone, something.

alius, -a, -ud, adj. other, an other.

alo, -ere, -ui, altum, v.a. nourish, feed.

alter, -era, -erum, adj. the other.

amantissimus, -a, -um, superl. adj. (of amans), most loving.

*amarities, -ei, f. bitterness, harshness.

ambiguus, -a, -um, adj. wavering.

ambio, -ire, -ivi and -ii, -itum, v.a. go round, go in and out.

ambitio, -onis, f. self-seeking, ambition, ostentation.

ambitiose, adv. ostentatiously.

ambitiosus, -a, -um, adj. ostentatious, pretentious.

ambitus, -us, m. going round, canvassing.

amicitia, -ae, f. friendship.

amicus, -i, m. friend.

amitto, -ere, -misi, -missum, v.a. lose.

amo, -are, -avi, -atum, v.a. love, like.

amor, -oris, m. love, affection.

amplector, -i, amplexus, dep. v.a. embrace, include, en circle.

an, conj. and adv. or; sign of question.

anceps, (gen.) -cipitis, adj. two fold.

angustiae, -arum, f. narrow places, passes.

angustus, -a, -um, adj. narrow; comp. angustior.

anima, -ae, f. spirit, soul.

animal, -alis, n. animal.

animus, -i, m. spirit, courage, mind, temper, desire.

annus, -i, m. year, year's crops.

annuus, -a, -um, adj. lasting a year.

ante, adv. before; prep. before, in front of.

antefero, -ferre, -tuli, -latum, v.a. put before.

antepono, -ere,-posui, -positum, v.a. place before, prefer.

antiquitus, adv. in ancient times.

anxius, -a, -um, adj. worried, earnest.

aperio, -ire, -perui, -pertum, v.a. open, reveal; apertus, -a, -um, open; in aperto esse, be easy, lie clear before one.

appello, -are, -avi, -atum, v.a. call.

appropinquo, -are, -avi, -atum, v.n. approach.

apud, prep. among.

*aquor, -ari, -atus, dep. v.n. get water.

arbitror, -ari, -atus, dep. v.a. think, judge.

arceo, -ere, -ui, -tum, v.a. keep away.

arcesso, -ere, -ivi, -itum, v.a. send for, summon.

ardor, -oris, m. ardour, fire, zeal.

arduus, -a, -um, adj. difficult.

argentum, -i, n. silver.

argumentum, -i, n. evidence, proof, testimony.

arma, -orum, n. arms.

armatus, -a, -um, adj. armed; (and as subst.) armed man.

armo, -are, -avi, -atum, v.a. arm.

ars, artis, f. art, skill, intrigue; in pl. arts, learning, accomplishments.

artus, -us, m. limb.

artus, -a, -um, adj. confined, narrow; in arto, in a confined space: comp. artior, -ius.

arvum, -i, n. field.

arx, arcis, f. citadel, castle.

ascendo, -ere, -scendi, -scensum, v.a. go aboard.

ascio, -ire, -ivi, v.a. take on staff, attach.

*Asia, -ae, f. the Roman province of Asia.

aspectus, -us, m. sight, appearance.

asperitas, -tatis, f. severity.

aspicio, -ere, -spexi, -spectum, v.a. see, look towards.

assiduus, -a, -um, adj. constant.

at, conj. but.

atque, ac, conj. and.

atrox, (gen.) -cis, adj. fierce, terrible.

attero, -ere, -trivi, -tritum, v.a. trample upon.

attinet, -ere, -uit, v.n. pertains to. (quod ad me attinet, as far as pertains to me.)

attollo, -ere, v.a. lift, raise, enlarge upon.

auctor, -oris, m. author, originator.

auctoritas, -tatis, f. influence.

audacia, -ae, f. boldness.

audentissimus, -a, -um, superl. adj. boldest.

audeo, -ere, ausus, v.n. dare.

audio, -ire, -ivi and -