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Caesar DBG 5.43

LONG list; do several times.

AB
fervēns, ferventisboiling, seething; burning, glowing, red-hot
fūsilis, -is, -esoftened
argilla, -ae (f)potter’s clay
glāns, glandis (m)acorn; bullet
fervefactus, -a, -umhot, heated
iaculum, -ījavelin
strāmentum, -īstraw
tegō, tegere, tēxī, tēctusto cover
sīcutī (adv)as if, as, just as, just as if
pariō, parere, peperī, partusto give birth to; acquire, gain
explōrō, -āre, -āvī, -ātusto investigate; to assure, confirm
scālae, -ārum (f pl)ladder(s)
ubīque (adv)everywhere, on all sides, from all directions
torreō, torrēre, torruī, tostusto set on fire, scorch, burn
cōnflāgrō, -āre, -āvī, -ātusto burn up, be on fire
dēmigrō, -āre, -āvī, -ātusto move away, leave behind, abandon
dēcēdō, dēcēdere, dēcessī, dēcessūrusto go away, depart
paene (adv)almost
ut (+ indicative)inasmuch as
cōnstīpō, -āre, -āvī, -ātusto crowd closely together, press together
recessus, -ūs (m)a going back, departure, withdrawal
ultimus, -a, -umlast
adigō, adigere, adēgī, adāctusto drive up, push forward
contingō, contingere, contigī, contactusto touch, reach, make contact with
recēdō, recēdere, recessī, recessūrusto move back, withdraw
nūtus, -ūs (m)nod, gesture
introeō, introīre, introīvī or –iī, introitūrusto go in, enter
lapis, lapidis (m)stone
dēturbō, -āre, -āvī, -ātusto force away, dislodge
succendō, succendere, succendī, succēnsusto set on fire, burn


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