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Cicero de officiis lines 213 - 360

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verecundia-aerespect, reverence, modesty, propriety
ornatusembellishment
temperantia-aeself-control, restraint, avoidance of excess
sedatio-ionisan allaying, a soothing
decorumpropriety, decorum; that which is fitting
visforce, essence
modus-imoderation, way, manner, rule, method
queo-irebe able
dissero-erediscuss
turpia-aeugly, shameful, base, foul
deliro (1)be mad, rave
indecorus-a-umimproper
virilitermanfully, couragously
huc et illuchere and there, in one direction and another
temeritas-tatisrashness, recklessness
obtempero (1)obey, submit (to)
probabilis-ecommendable, acceptable
descriptio-ionisdefinition
oboedio-irelisten to, obey
feregenerally, nearly
pigritia-aelaziness, indolence
ignavia-aelistlessness
luceo (2)be light, shine; be clear
appetitus-usappetite, desire
evagor (1)wander, spread
gestio-ireexult, be excited
careo (2)be free from
libido-inisdesire, lust
propter prep.on account of
status-usstate (of mind), attitude
forma-aeoutline, description
contraho-erecontract, control
temere adv.rashly
fortuito adv.by chance
postulo (1)demqand, require, request
liberalis-egentlemanly; befitting a free man, generous
species-eiappearance
decuspropriety
praestans-ntisexcellent, important
accomodatus-a-umadapted, fit, suitable
frango-ere, fregi, fractusbreak
angustus-a-umnarrow
praesto-are-stiti-stitumshow
conferro-ferre-tuli-latumdevote
magnificus-a-umgreat, fine, ,splendid; sumptuous
aegritudo-tudinis f.sickness
quaecumque, quicumquewhoever, whatever
tutela-aeprotections, guardianship
commodum-iconvenience, advantage
procuratio-ionisadministration
perniciosus-a-umdestructive, dangerous
pestifer-isdestructive, injurious
principatus-usrule, leadership
consector (1)pursue, strive after
consulo (1)deliberate, consult; look out for the interest of
adhaereo (2)stick to, cling to
offendo-ere-di-susoffend, suffer grief
oppeto-ere-ivi-itumencounter
prosperus-a-umprosperous, fortunate
superbia-aepride, insolence
fastidium-ihaughtiness, disdain
levitas-tatis(a sign of) weakness
secundus-a-umfavorable, second, following
aequabilitas-tatisequability, serenity
magnopere adv.greatly, earnestly
utilitas-tatisadvantage, expediency
opinio-ionisthought, expectation
proficio-ere-feci-fectusgain, accomplish
incontinenterimmoderately, intemperately
libidinoselustfully; willfully, arbitrarily
discedo-ere-cessi-cessusgo apart; open up
imber-brisviolent rain, storm
hiatus-usopening, cleft
aeneus-a-umbronze
latus-erisside
foris (fores)door (folding doors)
invisitatus-a-umnot seen, unusual
induo-ere-dui-dutumput on
se...recepittook himself, he went
pala-aemounted gem
rursusagain
stuprum intulit (+dat)seduce
adiutrix-cisassistant, accomplice
interimo-ere-emi-emptumtake away, destroy; kill
exorior-iri, exortusarise, rise; emerge as
praefero-ferre-tuli-latusmake known
fingo-ere-finxi-fictusmold, fashion, imagine
commenticius-a-uminvented, fictitious
quisnam, quidnaminterog. pron. who/what in the world
adhibeo (2)hold to, apply, employ, show
expedio-irelet loose, set free, be profitable
incido-ere-cidi-cisushappen, occur
cognatio-ionisfamily, kindred
omitto-ere-misi-missuslet go, pass over, omit
adsequor-i-secutusovertake, reach, gain, attain
pietas-tatisloyalty, devotion
humanitas-tatiskindness, courtesy, refinement, culture
idoneus-a-umsuitable, fit, proper
sane adv.obviously



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