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perterritus\, terrify,

  recipio:, recipere, rece:pi:, receptus\, _receive, recover_;
se:  recipere\, betake one’s self, withdraw, retreat
  tra:do:, tra:dere, tra:didi:, tra:ditus\, _give over, surrender,
     deliver_ (traitor)

LESSON LVI, Sec. 318

  aditus, -u:s\, m., _approach, access; entrance_
ci:vita:s, ci:vita:tis\, f., citizenship; body of citizens, state
  inter\, prep, with acc., _between, among_ (interstate commerce)
nam\, conj., for
  obses, obsidis\, m. and f., _hostage_
paulo:\, adv. (abl. n. of paulus\), _by a little, somewhat_

  incolo:, incolere, incolui:, ——­\, transitive, _inhabit_;
    intransitive, _dwell_.  Cf. habito:, vi:vo: 
relinquo:, relinquere, reli:qui:, relictus\, leave, abandon
  statuo:, statuere, statui:, statu:tus\, _fix, decide_ (statute),
    usually with infin.


  aequus, -a, -um\, _even, level; equal_
cohors, cohortis (-ium)\, f., cohort, a tenth part of a legion,
    about 360 men
  curro:, currere, cucurri:, cursus\, _run_ (course)
difficulta:s, -a:tis\, f., difficulty
  fossa, -ae\, f., _ditch_ (fosse)
ge:ns, gentis (-ium)\, f., race, tribe, nation (Gentile)
  nego:tium, nego:ti:\, n., _business, affair, matter_ (negotiate)
regio:, -o:nis\, f., region, district
  ru:mor, ru:mo:ris\, m., _rumor, report_.  Cf. fa:ma
simul atque\, conj., as soon as

  suscipio:, suscipere, susce:pi:, susceptus\, _undertake_
traho:, trahere, tra:xi:, tra:ctus\, drag, draw (ex-tract)
  valeo:, vale:re, valui:, valitu:rus\, _be strong_; plu:rimum vale:re,
    _to be most powerful, have great influence_ (value).  Cf. validus


commea:tus, -u:s\, m.. _provisions_ la:titu:do:, -inis\, f., width (latitude) longitu:do:, -inis\, f., _length_ (longitude) magnitu:do:, -inis\, f., size, magnitude merca:tor, merca:to:ris\, m., _trader, merchant_ mu:ni:tio:, -o:nis\, f., fortification (munition) spatium, spati:\, n., _room, space, distance; time_

  cogno:sco:, cogno:scere, cogno:vi:, cognitus\, learn;
    in the perfect tenses, know (re-cognize)
  co:go:, co:gere, coe:gi:, coa:ctus\, _collect; compel_ (cogent)
de:fendo:, de:fendere, de:fendi:, de:fe:nsus\, defend
  incendo:, incendere, incendi:, ince:nsus\, _set fire to, burn_
    (incendiary).  Cf. cremo: 
obtineo:, obtine:re, obtinui:, obtentus\, possess, occupy, hold
  pervenio:, perveni:re, perve:ni:, perventus\, _come through, arrive_

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