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Glossary of Chapter 58c

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perferô
perferre
pertulî
perlâtus
irreg., to deliver, bring in
augeô
augêre
auxî
auctus
to increase, magnify
invidia, -ae, f.
ill-will, hatred
factî invidiam
anger at the deed; the objective genitive factî denotes the object of the anger, the killing of Clodius
ostendô
ostendere
ostendî
ostentus
to show, point out
îdem, eadem, idem
the same
vulgus, -î, n.
rabble, mob. Note the gender!
studeô
studêre
studuî
+ dat.
to be eager for, support
(hint: What's the present active participle of this verb??? What's the English derivative of that???)
flagrô, 1
to burn, blaze up
item
adv., likewise, in the same way
iungô
iungere
iûnxî
iûnctus
to join, connect

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