Latin Vocabulary Chapter 13-19

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83 terms · Jenny's First Year Latin

anguis-anguis m/f

snake

carmen-carminis n

song, poem

herba-ae f

grass

lex-legis f

law

uxor-uxoris f

wife

aspicio-aspicere-aspexi-aspectum

look at, behold, see

respicio-respicere-respexi-respectum

look back at, look with favor upon (of a god)

capio-capere-cepi-captum

capture, take

facio-facere-feci-factum

make, do

denique

finally

statim

immediately

paene

almost

dolor-doloris m

pain, greif

dux-ducis m

leader

gaudium-i n

joy

homo-hominis m/f

human being, person

rex-regis m

king

cedo-cedere-cessi-cessum

move, yeild

duco-ducere-duxi-ductum

lead

mitto-mittere-misi-missum

send, let go

peto-petere-petivi-petitum

seek, aim, attack

pono-ponere-posui-positum

place, put

rego-regere-rexi-rectum

rule

careo-carEre-carui-___

lack

habeo-habEre-habui-habitum

have, hold, consider

iaceo-iacEre-iacui-iacitum

lie, be situated

maneo-manEre-mansi-mansum

stay, remain, last

teneo-tenEre-tenui-tentum

hold, grasp

timeo-timEre-timui-___

to fear

video-vidEre-vidi-visum

see, seem (passive)

prae + abl

before, ahead of, in comparison with

pro + abl

before, out in front of, for, on behalf of

amnis-amnis m

river

arx-arcis f

citadel, castle

caedes-caedis f

murder, slaughter

hostis-hostis m

enemy

ignis-ignis m

fire

imber-imbris m

shower, rainstorm

mare-maris n

sea

mors-mortis f

death

navis-navis f

ship

parens-parentis m/f

parent

pars-partis f

part

urbs-urbis f

city

vis-vis, vires-virium f

force, violence, strength (plural)

iter-itineris n

route, way, journey

multitudo-multitudinis f

multitude, large number

nomen-nominis n

name

acer-acris-acre

sharp, keen, fierce

celer-celeris-celere

swift

dignus-a-um

worthy

ingens-ingentis

huge

memor-memoris

mindful, remembering

omnis-omne

all

par-paris

equal

similis-simile

alike

vetus-veteris

old

auctor-auctoris m

founder, author

cupido-cupidinis f

longing, desire

cura-ae f

care, anxiety

decus-decoris n

honor, honorable exploits, ornament, glory

gratia-ae f

gratitude

imperium-i n

command, empire

laus-laudis f

praise, fame, glory

memoria-ae f

memory

munus-muneris n

duty, funeral, gift, gladitorial show

numen-numinis n

nod, divine will, divine spirit

pectus-pectoris n

breast, heart

timor-timoris m

fear

virtus-virtutis f

manliness

amor-amoris m

love

flamma-ae f

flame

frater-fratris m

brother

soror-sororis f

sister

mater-matris f

mother

pater-patris m

father

nepos-nepotis m/f

grandchildren

carus-a-um

dear, expensive

finitimus-a-um

neighboring

idoneus-a-um

suitable

notus-a-um

well-known, known

propinquus-a-um

near,close (p)

vicinus-a-um

near, close (v)

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