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Glossary of 015-016

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consuesco
consuescere (3), consuevi, consuetum: to become accustomed; (perfect) to have become accustomed, be accustomed (consueverat: "had become accustomed," "was accustomed" [consuetude]
sacrificium
i n.: sacrifice [sacrifice]
catena
-ae f.: chain [concatention]
vincio
vincire (4), vinxi, vinctum: to bind
impono
(in- + pono), imponere (3), imposui, impositum: to place/lay upon [impone]
appeto
(ad- + peto), appetere (3), appetivi, appetitum: to draw near
mos
moris m: way, manner, habit, custom [demoralize]
victima
-ae f.: victim [victim]
ara
-ae f.: altar [altar]
sacerdoes
sacerdotis m./f.: priest, priestess [consecrate]
conatus
-us m.: attempt, effort (compare the related verb conor, conari, (1), conatus sum: to try)
perrumpo
perrumpere (30, perrupi, perruptum: to burst/break through, break
Thebae
-arum (f. pl.): Thebes [Thebes]
Creon
Creontis m.: Creon [Creon]
Minyae
-arum (m. pl.): Thebans
gens
gentis, gentium f.: race, nation, people
bellicosus
-a, -um: warlike [belligerent]
Thebani
-orum (m. pl.): Thebans (Thebanis: dative w/ the adjective finitimi, literally, "adjacent to the Thebans," better English, "neighbours of the Thebans")
finitimus
-a, -um (+ dat): neighbouring, adjoining, adjacent
postulo
(1): to request, demand
tributum
-i n.: contribution, tribute (attribute)
libero
(1) (+ abl/ab/ex +abl): to set free, liberate, release [deliver]
auris
auris, aurium f.: ear [auricle]

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