latin2 exam vocabulary

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accedo

to approach

adfero

to bring to

antepono

(+ dative) to put before

arbitror

to think, to judge

bibo

to drink

carpo

to seize, to harvest

cedo

to go from, to yield

cognosco

to recognize, to learn (cognovi: i knew)

cogo

to collect, compel

comprehendo

to seize, to grasp

condo

to put, to insert

confero

to bring together

conor

to try

consumo

to burn up, to destroy

contemno

to scorn, to disdain

contundo

to bruise, to beat

curo

to worry, to care

decerno

to decide

dedico

to declare, to dedicate

doleo

to hurt, (to feel pain)

dormio

to sleep

dubito

to doubt

egredior

to go out, to leave

exigo

to drive out, to expel

expono

to explain, to set forth

fateor

to confess

fero

to bring, to bear, to carry

fio

to become, to be made, to be done

hortor

to urge, to encourage

ignosco

to forgive

impero

to order

invideo

to envy

invito

to invite

loquor

to speak, to talk

minuo

to lessen, to reduce

miror

to admire

molior

to build

mollio

to soothe, to soften

morior

to die

nascor

to be born

noceo

to harm

nolo

to not want, to be unwilling

nubo

to marry

occido

to fall

offero

to present, to offer

oro

to pray, to beg

parco

to spare

pareo

to obey

pateo

to be open

patior

to suffer

persuadeo

to persuade

placeo

to please

praebeo

to provide, to furnish

proficiscor

to set out

promitto

to promise

pugno

to fight

recreo

to restore, to revive

refero

to bring back, to return

requiro

to seek again, to search for

respondeo

to answer

rogo

to ask

rusticor

to live in the country

sapio

to understand, to have taste

sequor

to follow

servio

(+ dative) to serve

studeo

to enjoy, to study

subrideo

to smile (down upon)

surgo

to rise, to lift

taceo

to be silent

utor

(+ ablative) to use, to enjoy

volo

to want

aestas

summer

arma

arms, weapons

as

penny (genitive assis)

auxilium

help

cena

dinner

cupido

desire

cursus

running, course

custodia

protection

digitus

finger, toe

domus

home

exercitus

army

exsilium

exile, banishment

apud

(+ accusative) at, near

ceteri

the rest

cotidie

daily

denique

finally

dignus

worthy

dives

wealthy

dummodo

(+ subjunctive) provided that

durus

hard

fortasse

perhaps

furtim

stealthily

iratus

angry

ita

in this way, so

fatum

fate

magnopere

greatly

magis

more greatly

maxime

most greatly

forum

market

mediocris

ordinary

mortuus

dead

ianua

door

par

equal (genitive paris)

pauper

poor (person)

prae

before, in front of

primo

first

pudicus

modest

qualis

of what kind?

quam + comparative

comparison (jack is taller THAN jill)

quam + superlative

as __ as possible (they bike as fast as possible)

quantus

how great

quidam

a certain person (or thing)

quidem

indeed

ne...quidem

not even

quot

how many

repente

suddenly

ridiculus

ridiculous

semel

once, a single time

sic

thus, in this way

superbus

proud, arrogant

talis

of such a kind

tam

so, to such a degree

tantum

only

tantus

so great

tot

so many

tristis

sad

turpis

base, shameful

unde

from where

urbanus

of the city

usque

all the way, continuously

ut + indic.

when

utrum . . . an

whether . . . or

vero

truly, indeed

vivus

alive, living

ingenium

nature

invidia

envy

lector

reader, speaker

limen

shore

mensa

table

moenia

walls

nata

daughter

occasio

opportunity

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