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legiō, -ōnis, f.
legion
cohors, cohortis, f.
cohort, tenth part of a legion
agmen, agminis, n.
file, troop, marching line
ōrdō, ōrdinis, m.
row, order, rank
aciēs, -ēī, f.
battle line, sharpness, edge
proelium, -ī, nt.
battle, fight, skirmish
imperātor, -tōris, m.
emperor, general
aetās, -tātis, f.
age, lifetime, generation, period, stage
studium, -ī, nt.
interest, study
stipendium, -ī, nt.
tribute, stipend, wages
virtūs, -tūtis, f.
virtue
gaudium, -ī, nt.
joy
valētūdō, -dinis, f.
wellbeing, good health, soundness
amnis, amnis, m.
river, stream, current
ratis, ratis, f.
raft, ship, boat
rīpa, -ae, f.
bank (river)
caedēs, caedis, f.
murder, slaughter, massacre
vulnus, vulneris, nt.
wound, hurt, injury
pāx, pācis, f.
peace, harmony
lēgātus, -ī, m.
envoy, messenger, (de-)legate
ēnsis, ēnsis, m.
sword
legiōnārius, -ī, m.
legionaire
idōneus, -a, -um
suitable
mīlitāris, -e
military, soldierly, warlike
pūblicus, -a, um
public, common
prīvātus, -a, -um
private, personal
posterus, -a, -um
coming after, following, next
arduus, -a, -um
steep, high, lofty
rīdiculus, -a, -um
ridiculous
ulterior, -ius
farther
citerior, -ius
nearer
incolumis, -e
unharmed
ōtiōsus, -a, -um
leisured, idle, lazy, unemployed
dīrus, -a, -um
awful, dire, dreadful
horrendus, -a, -um
horrible, dreadful, terrible
dēnī, -ae, -a
10 each / apiece / at a time
sēnī, -ae, -a
6 each, / apiece / at a time
quīnī, -ae, -a
5 each / apiece / at a time
quaternī, -ae, -a
4 each / apiece / at a time
ūnī, -ae, -a
1 each / apiece / at a time
trīnī, -ae, -a
3 each / apiece / at a time
adiungere, -iunxisse, -iunctum
to adjoin, add, attach, join to
prōgredī, progressum
to move on, progress
īnstruere, -strūxisse, -structum
to instruct, draw up, arrange
hortārī, hortātum
to encourage, urge
caedere, cecidisse, caesum
to beat, fell, kill
circumdare, -dēdisse, -dātum
to envelop, surround
mūnīre
to fortify
commemorāre
to recall, commemorate, mention
studēre, studuisse
to devote oneself
cōgere, coēgisse, coactum
to collect, gather, force / compel
fatīgāre
to tire, weary
properāre
to hasten
dēsīderāre
to long for, desire, wish for
trānsferre, -tulisse, -lātum
to carry across, transport, convey
effundere, effūdisse, -fūsum
to shed, pour out, emit, discharge
praestāre, -stitisse, -stātum
to furnish, fulfill
trānsīre, -īvisse, -itum
to cross, go across
cōpulāre
to connect, join together, couple
convocāre
to call together
excurrere, -cucurrisse, -cursum
to run out, rush out
prōcurrere, -cucurisse, -cursum
to run forth / ahead, jut out
ērumpere, ērūpisse, ēruptum
to break out, erupt
vulnerāre
to wound, injure
fore
= futurum esse (fut. act. inf. of esse)
plērīque
the most, majority
prīdiē
the day before
praecipuē
especially, mainly, chiefly
tamdiū
so long, for so long a time
quamdiū
how long, for how long a time (? / !)
diūtius
longer (time)
ferē
almost, about
etenim
and indeed, because, since
citrā
on this (near side) of (+ Acc.)
ultrā
on that (far side) of, beyond (+Acc,)
secundum
along, after, according to (+ Acc.)