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LESSON LIX, Sec. 337

  agmen, agminis\, n., _line of march, column_;
pri:mum agmen\, the van;
    novissimum agmen\, _the rear_
atque\, ac\, conj., _and_; atque is used before vowels and
    consonants, ac before consonants only.  Cf. et and -que
concilium, conci’li:\, n., council, assembly
  Helve:tii:, -o:rum\, m., _the Helvetii_, a Gallic tribe
passus, passu:s\, m., a pace, five Roman feet;
    mi:lle passuum\, _a thousand (of) paces_, a Roman mile
qua:  de:  causa:\, for this reason, for what reason
  va:llum, -i:\, n., _earth-works, rampart_

  cado:, cadere, cecidi:, ca:su:rus\, _fall_ (decadence)
de:do:, de:dere, de:didi:, de:ditus\, surrender, give up;
    with a reflexive pronoun, surrender one’s self, submit, with the
    dative of the indirect object
  premo:, premere, pressi:, pressus\, _press hard, harass_
vexo:, vexa:re, vexa:vi:, vexa:tus\, annoy, ravage (vex)

LESSON LX, Sec. 341

  aut\, conj., _or_; aut ... aut, _either ... or_
causa:\, abl. of causa, for the sake of, because of.  Always stands
    after the gen. which modifies it
  fere:\, adv., _nearly, almost_
opi:nio:, -o:nis\, f., opinion, supposition, expectation
  re:s fru:menta:ria, rei:  fru:menta:riae\, f. (lit. _the grain
    affair_), _grain supply_
timor, -o:ris\, m., fear.  Cf. timeo: 
  undique\, adv., _from all sides_

  co:nor, co:na:ri:, co:na:tus sum\, _attempt, try_
e:gredior, e:gredi:, e:gressus sum\, move out, disembark;
    pro:gredior\, _move forward, advance_ (egress, progress)
moror, mora:ri:, mora:tus sum\, delay
  orior, oriri:, ortus sum\, _arise, spring; begin; be born_
    (_from_) (origin)
profici:scor, profici:sci:, profectus sum\, set out
  revertor, reverti:, reversus sum\, _return_ (revert).  The forms of
    this verb are usually active, and not deponent, in the perfect
    system.  Perf. act., reverti: 
sequor, sequi:, secu:tus sum\, follow (sequence).  Note the
    following compounds of sequor\ and the force of the different
co:nsequor\ (follow with), overtake;
    i:nsequor\ (_follow against_), _pursue_;
subsequor\ (follow under), follow close after


Translations inclosed within parentheses are not to be used as such; they are inserted to show etymological meanings.

  [Transcriber’s Note: 
  The “parentheses” were originally printed as [square brackets].  They
  are rendered here as [[double brackets]].]

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