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  legio:na:rius, -a, -um\,[A] _legionary, belonging to the legion_. 
    As a noun, legio:na:rii:, -o:rum, m., plur., _legionary soldiers_
li:ber, li:bera, li:berum\, free (liberty) As a noun. li:beri:,
    -o:rum, m., plur., children (lit. the freeborn)
  pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum\, _pretty, beautiful_

  apud\, _among_, with acc.

  sed\, _but_

    [Footnote A:  The genitive singular masculine of adjectives in -ius
    ends in -ii:  and the vocative in -ie; not in -i:, as in nouns.]


  auxilium, auxi’li:\, n., _help, aid_ (auxiliary)
castrum, -i:\, n., fort (castle); plur., camp (lit. forts)
  cibus, -i:\, m., _food_
co:nsilium, co:nsi’li:\, n., plan (counsel)
  di:ligentia, -ae\, f., _diligence, industry_
   magister, magistri:, m., _master, teacher_[A]

ADJECTIVES aeger, aegra, aegrum\, _sick_ cre:ber, cre:bra, cre:brum\, frequent miser, misera, miserum\, _wretched, unfortunate_ (miser)

    [Footnote A:  Observe that dominus, as distinguished from
magister\, means master in the sense of owner.]

LESSON XV, Sec. 107

NOUNS carrus, -i:\, m., _cart, wagon_ inopia, -ae\, f., want, lack; the opposite of co:pia studium, studi:\, n., _zeal, eagerness_ (study)

arma:tus, -a, -um\, armed
  i:nfi:rmus, -a, -um\, _week, feeble_ (infirm)
   vali’dus, -a, -um, _strong, sturdy_

  ma:tu:rat\, _he (she, it) hastens._ Cf. properat

  iam\, _already, now_

  /-que\, conjunction, and; an enclitic (cf.  Sec. 16) and always added
  to the second of two words to be connected, as arma te:la’que,
  arms and weapons.


NOUNS agri:  cultu:ra, -ae\, f., _agriculture_ Gallia, -ae\, f., Gaul domicili:um, domi:ci’li:\, n., _dwelling place_ (domicile), _abode_ Gallus, -i\, m., a Gaul lacrima, -ae\, f., _tear_ fe:mina, -ae\, f., woman (female) numerus, -i:\, m., _number_ (numeral)

ma:tu:rus, -a, -um\, ripe, mature

   quo:, whither

   arat, he (she, it) plows (arable)
  de:si:derat\, _he (she, it) misses, longs for_ (desire), with acc.

  an\, _or_, introducing the second half of a double question, as
  _Is he a Roman or a Gaul_, Estne Romanus an Gallus?

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