Stage 26 vocab

to accuse

acc?s?, acc?s?re, acc?s?v?, acc?s?tus

to take away, steal

aufer?, auferre, abstul?, abl?tus

war

bellum, bell?, n.

to wage war, campaign

bellum gerere

cohort

cohors, cohortis, f.

to gather, collect

collig?, colligere, coll?g?, coll?ctus

moved, excited, upset

comm?tus, comm?ta, comm?tum

to teach

doce?, doc?re, docu?, doctus

crime

facinus, facinoris, n.

false, dishonest

falsus, falsa, falsum

loyalty, trustworthiness

fid?s, fid??, f.

crazy, insane

?ns?nus, ?ns?na, ?ns?num

to draw up

?nstru?, ?nstruere, ?nstr?x?, ?nstr?ctus

commander

leg?tus, leg?t?, m.

whether

num

to seize, take over

occup?, occup?re, occup?v?, occup?tus

it is right

oportet

I must

m? oportet

treachery

perfidia, perfidiae, f.

to provide

praebe?, praeb?re, praebu?, praebitus

headquarters

pr?ncipia, pr?ncipi?rum, n. pl.

province

pr?vincia, pr?vinciae, f.

how many?

quot?

to bring back, deliver

refer?, referre, rettul?, rel?tus

kingdom

r?gnum, r?gn?, n.

savage, cruel

saevus, saeva, saevum

obviously

s?n?

if

s?

tribune (high-ranking officer)

trib?nus, trib?n?, m.

furthest

ultimus, ultima, ultimum

that, in order that

ut