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Exercitia Latina, Ch. 16: "...nāuigantī..."

It's the present active participle of nāvigō 'to sail', in the masculine dative singular; the nominative singular is nāvigāns. It's used as an adjective agreeing with nautae, which is a masculine ...
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Bellum Gallicum I Specific Translation

The translation given in WheelCocks Latin for Gallia est omnis divisa in partes tres is The whole of Gaul has been(is) divided into three parts omnis rather than only being the genitive form ...
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