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Caesar DBG 5.26

AB
repentīnus, -a, -umsudden
tumultus, -ūs (m)uproar
dēfectiō, dēfectiōnis (f)rebellion, revolt
cumalthough, when, because, since
praestō esse (idiom + dat)to be at hand, wait upon, attend upon
impellō, impellere, impulī, impulsusto push together, strike; to set in motion, urge on, persuade
concitō, -āre, -āvī, -ātusto put in motion, incite, stir up
lignātor, lignātōris (m)one sent to gether wood, wood-cutter
vāllum, -ī (n)wall, rampart
Hispānus, -ā, umfrom Spain, Spanish
equester, equestris, equestreon horseback, with cavalry
oppugnātiō, oppugnātiōnis (f)attack
suō mōrein accordance with their custom
colloquium, -ī (n)conversation, parley
prōdeō, prōdīre, prōdiī, prōditūrusto go forward, advance, come forth
commūnis, -is, -ecommon
contrōversia, -ae (f)quarrel, dispute, disagreement
minuō, minuere, minuī, minūtusto make smaller, lesson; to settle (a dispute)


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