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    destroyed by Apollo and Diana
nisi, conj. [[ne:, not, + si:, if]], if not, unless, except no:bilis, -e, adj. well known; noble noceo:, -e:re, -ui:, -itu:rus [[cf. neco:, kill]], hurt, injure,
    with dat. (Sec. 501.14)
noctu:, abl. used as adv. [[cf. nox, night]], at night, by night No:la, -ae, f. Nola, a town in central Campania.  See map no:lo:, no:lle, no:lui:, ——­ [[ne, not, + volo:, wish]], not to
    wish, be unwilling
(Sec. 497)
no:men, -inis, n. [[cf. no:sco:, know]], (means of knowing), name no:mino:, -a:re, -a:vi:, -a:tus [[no:men, name]], name, call.  Cf.
    appello:, voco: 
no:n, adv. [[ne:, not, + u:num, one]], not.
  no:n so:lum ... sed etiam, not only ... but also
no:n-dum, adv. not yet no:n-ne, interrog. adv. suggesting an affirmative answer, not?
    (Sec. 210).  Cf. -ne and num
no:s, pers. pron. we (see ego) (Sec. 480) noster, -tra, -trum, possessive adj. and pron. our, ours.  Plur.
    nostri:, -o:rum, m. our men (Sec. 98)
novem, indecl. numeral adj. nine novus, -a, -um, adj. new.
  novae re:s, a revolution
nox, noctis, f. night, multa:  nocte, late at night nu:llus, -a, -um (gen. -i:us, dat. -i:) adj. [[ne:, not, +
    u:llus, any]], not any, none, no (Sec. 108)
num, interrog. adv. suggesting a negative answer (Sec. 210).  Cf. -ne and
    no:nne.  In indir. questions, whether
numerus, -i:, m. number numquam, adv. [[ne:, not, + umquam, ever]], never nunc, adv. now.  Cf. iam nu:ntio:, -a:re, -a:vi:, -a:tus [[nu:ntius, messenger]], report,
(Sec. 420.a)
nu:ntius, nu:nti:, m. messenger nu:per, adv. recently, lately, just now nympha, -ae, f. nymph


ob, prep. with acc. on account of.  In compounds it often means in
    front of, against
, or it is intensive.
  quam ob rem, for this reason (Sec. 340)
obses, -idis, m. and f. hostage ob-sideo:,-e:re,-se:di:, -sessus [[ob, against, + sedeo:, sit]],
obtineo:, -e:re, -ui:, -tentus [[ob, against, + teneo:, hold]],
    possess, occupy, hold
occa:sio:, -o:nis, f. favorable opportunity, favorable moment occa:sus, -u:s, m. going down, setting occi:do:, -ere, -ci:di:, -ci:sus [[ob, down, + caedo:, strike]],
    strike down; cut down, kill.  Cf. interficio:, neco: 
occupo:, -a:re, -a:vi:, -a:tus [[ob, completely, + capio:, take]],
    seize, take possession of, occupy.  Cf. rapio
oc-curro:, -ere, -curri:, -cursus [[ob, against + curro:, run]],

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