latin unforgivales exam 1

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laboro, are

i work

intro, intrare

i enter

laudo, are

i praise

paro, are

i prepare

narro, are

i tell

filia, ae

daughter( feminine)

via, ae

road, way (f)

video, ere

i see

curro, ere

i run

maneo, ere

i wait

ascendo, ere

i climb

duco, ere

i lead

mitto, ere

i send away

audio, ire

i listen

inquo, ere

i inquire

ad

+abl, towards, to

venio, ere

i come

accedo, ere

i approach

multus, a, um

many

ludus, i

school (m)

rogo, ere

i ask

pono, ere

i put

do, dare

i give

facio, ere

i make

dico, ere

i say

cum

+abl, with

iubeo, ere

i order

cupio, ere

i desire

eo, ire

i go

debeo, ere

i ought

meus, a, um

my

prope

+acc, near

navigo, ere

i sail

capio, ere

i capture

fugio, ere

i flee

rex, regis

(m) king

comes, comitis

(c) comrade

princeps, princepis

(m) prince

urbs, urbis

(f) city

omne, omnis

all

a/ab

+abl, from

possum, posse

i am able

servo, are

i save

timeo, ere

i fear

solus, a, um

alone

mortuus,a, um

death

e/ex

+abl out of

circum

+acc, round

habeo, ere

i have

moneo, ere

i warn

conscendo, ere

i board a ship

accipio, ere

i recieve

labor, laboris

(m) work

novus,a, um

new

parvus, a, um

small

oro, are

i beg

tollo, ere

i lift

nauta, ae

(f) sailor

caelum, i

(n) sky

litus, litoris

(n) shore

periculum, i

(n) danger

verbum, i

(n) word

homo, hominis

(c) human

mare, maris

(n) sea

aedifico, are

i bulid

cognosco, ere

i get to know

erro, are

i wander

ostendo, ere

i show

invenio, ire

i find

fero, ere

i carry

patria, ae

(f) fatherland

bellum, i

(n) war

consilium, i

(n) plan

arma, arum

(n) armor

castra, orum

(n) camp

hostis, hostis

(c) enemy

amo, are

i love

placeo, ere

i please

peto, ere

i seek

animus, i

(m) mind

deus, i

(m) god

nuntius, i

(m) messenger

amor, amoris

(m) love

sonus, i

(m) sound

arbor, arboris

(f) tree

domina, ae

(f) mistress

lux, lucis

(f) light

vox, vocis

(f) voice

pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum

beautiful

qui, quae, quod

which

teneo, ere

i hold

colo, ere

i worhsip

vivo, ere

i live

locus, i

(m) place

carmen, carminis

(n) song

invenis, invenis

(m) young man

populus, i

(m) people

familia, ae

(f) family

miles, militis

(m) soldier

lavo, are

i wash

gero, ere

i carry, wear

cano, ere

i sing

hodie

today

postea

afterwards

extol

praise, glorify, or honor

subjugate

To conquer by force, bring under complete control

insurmountable

impossible to overcome

requiem

funeral song

acquiesce

to agree or express agreement; give in; back down

verbose

talking constantly

inextorable

not moved by anyones attempt to plead or persue

undulate

moving in a wave shape/ snake

bellicose

war like

belligerent

waging war; aggressivly hostile

errate

off course

incoginto

in discuise

ostentatious

accesive disply of something

ostensible

outwardly apparent; obvious

cognizant

aware, informed

notorious

having a bad reputation

complacent

pleased with ones self

animosity

strong dislike, hatred

deify

to idolize, to make a god

hiemal

pertaning to winter

placate

to appease or pacify

antecedent

proceding, beofre

posthumous

happening after death, when something happens after death

vociferous

big voice, shouting in a noisy way

pulchritude

having physical beauty

elucidate

to explain something

sonorous

producing sound

dissonance

unpleasant noise

lucid

capable of thinking and expressing yourself in a clear and consistent manner

contentious

causing argument

senile

mentally less accurate in later life

senescent

growing old

rejuvenate

to make someone or something young again

incantation

asset of words spoken or chanted as a magical spell

florid

high colored, showy

populace

the common people

dido

queen of carthage, married to aeneas, killed her self when aeneas left her

aeneas

king when troy fell, was told by gods to fined a new troy, feel in love with dido

ascanins

son of aeneas, founded Albalonga

amulus

evil brother who kicked numitor out of Albalonga

numitar

father of rhea silva, kicked out of Albalonga

rhea silva

mother of romulus and remus

romulus

twin of remus, son of Mars and Rhea Silva, killed brother, founded rome, raised by wolves

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