45 terms

Pliny 26-38

Large, great
magnus, a, um
near, nearly, close by
prope, propius, proxime
to learn, to find out
nosco, noscere, novi, notus
most learned
eruditissimus -a -um
to see
video, videre, vidi, visus
to order, to command
iubeo, iubere, iussi, iussus
light, fast-sailing ship
liburnica, liburnicae f.
to fit
apto, aptare, aptavi, aptatus
to make, to do
facio, facere, feci, factus
by chance, perhaps
to set sail, to land
egredior, egredi, egressus sum
To accept
accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptus
Writing tablet
codicillus, codicilli m.
to threaten
immineo, imminere
to scare
exterreo, exterrere, exterrui, exterritus
to lie underneath, to lie at the foot of
subiaceo, subiacere, subiacui, subiacitus
flight, escape, exile
fuga, fugae, f
so great, so much
tantus, a, um
crisis, division, difference
discrimen, discriminis, n
to snatch away
eripio, eripere, eripui, ereptus
to beg, ask for
oro, orare, oravi, oratus
to turn, to change
verto, vertere, verti, versus
debate, discussion, decision
consilium, consilii, n
eager, keen, studious
studiosus, a, um
mind, intellect, soul
animus, animi, m.
to begin/start, to establish
incoho, incohare, incohavi, incohatus
to lead, bring
deduco, deducere, deduxi, deductus
Vessel having four oars to each bench/banks of oar
quadriremis, quadriremis, f.
crowded, full
frequens, frequentis
pleasantness, attraction
amoenitas, amoenitatis, f.
shore, coast
ora, orae, f.
to bring, bear
fero, ferre, tuli, latus
to hurry, speed up
propero, properare, properavi, properatus
from where
straight, right, honest
rectus, recta -um
speed, charge
cursus, cursus, m.
helm, rudder, steering oar of ship
gubernaculum, gubernaculi, n.
danger, peril, trial
periculum, periculi, n.
to such a degree, exactly, indeed
shape, form
figura, figurae, f.
to seize/catch, to pounce on
deprehendo, deprehendere, deprehendi, deprehensus
fear, anxiety
metus, metus, m.
movement, motion
motus, motus, m.
himself, herself, itself
ipse, ipsa, ipsum