288 terms

CLC 1-12 (Unit I)

Stage checklist vocabulary for CLC unit one, modified to dictionary forms [bracketed] information is optional, not appearing in CLC lists
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atrium
atrium, hallway
canis [acc=canem]
dog
coquus
cook
cubiculum
bedroom
culina
kitchen
est
he/she/it is, there is
filius
son
hortus
garden
in [+abl.="in"; +acc="into"]
in, on; into
laborat
works/is working
mater [acc: matrem]
mother
pater [acc: patrem]
father
sedet
sits, is sitting
servus
slave
tablinum
study
triclinium
dining room
via
street
amicus
friend
ancilla
female slave
cena
dinner
cibus
food
dominus
master, lord
dormit
sleeps
gustat
tastes
intrat
enters
laetus[-a-um]
happy
laudat
praises
mensa
table
mercator [acc: mercatorem]
merchant
quoque
also, too
salutat
greets
toga
toga
tunica
tunic
ad [+acc]
to
bibit
drink
circumspectat
looks around
clamat
shouts
ecce!
see! Look!
et
and
exit
goes out
expectat
waits for
forum
forum
ianua
door
iratus[-a-um]
angry
leo [acc: leonem]
lion
magnus[-a-um]
big, large
navis [acc: navem]
ship
non
not
portat
carries
respondet
replies, answers
ridet
laughs, smiles
salve!
hello!
surgit
rises
taberna
shop,inn
videt
sees
villa
house
vinum
wine
agit
does
negotium agit
works, does business
anulus
ring
cera
wax, wax tablet
coquit
cooks
cur?
why?
ex, e
out of, from
ego
I
eheu!
alas!
habet
has
inquit
says
iudex [acc: iudicem]
judge
mendax [acc: mendacem]
liar
pecunia
money
perterritus[-a-um]
terrified
poeta
poet
quaerit
looks for
quis?
who?
reddit
gives back
satis
enough
sed
but
signum
sign, seal, signal
tu
you
vendit
sells
vocat
calls
adest
he/she/it is here, is present
agricola
farmer
ambulat
walks
audit
hears,listens to
clamor [acc: clamorem]
shout, uprour
contendit
hurries
currit
runs
euge!
hurrah!
fabula
play, story
fabulam agit
acts in a play
femina
woman
hodie
today
iuvenis [acc: iuvenem]
young man
meus[-a-um]
my,mine
multus[-a-um]
much (pl: many)
optimus[-a-um]
excellent, best
petit
seeks; attacks (military); asks (interpersonal)
plaudit
applauds, claps
puella
girl
senex [acc: senem]
old man
spectat
looks at
stat
stands
turba
crowd
ubi?
where?
urbs [acc: urbem]
city
venit
comes
abest
he/she/it is away, not present
aberat
he/she/it was away, not present
avarus[-a-um]
greedy, miser
bonus[-a-um]
good
emit
buys
erat
he/she/it was (impf. tense of sum)
ferociter
fiercely
festinat
hurries
fortis
brave, strong
fur [acc: furem]
thief
infans
baby, child
intente
intently
libertus
freedman
olim
once
parvus[-a-um]
small
per [+acc]
through
postquam
after
pulsat
hits
quod
which, because
res [acc: rem]
thing
scribit
writes
subito
suddenly
superat
overcomes, overpowers
tum
then
tuus[-a-um]
your, yours
vituperat
finds fault with, tells off, curses
cenat: cenavit
dines
centurio [acc: centurionem]
centurion
conspicit: conspexit
catches sight of
cum [+abl]
with
facit: fēcit
makes
heri
yesterday
ingens
huge
intellegit: intellexit
understands
lacrimat: lacrimavit
cries
mortuus[-a-um]
dead
narrat: narravit
tells
necat: necavit
kills
nihil
nothing
omnis, omnis, omne
all
parat: paravit
prepares
pestis [acc: pestem]
pest; disease, ruin
poculum
cup
procedit: processit
proceeds
prope [+acc]
near
pulcher, pulcra, pulchrum
beautiful
rogat: rogavit
asks
tacite
quietly
tamen
however
terret: terruit
frightens
umbra
ghost; shade
valde
very much, very
agitat: agitavit
chases, hunts
consumit: consumpsit
eats
ducit: duxit
leads
eum [=acc.]
him
facilis, facilis, facile
easily
ferox
fierce
gladius
sword
habitat: habitavit
dwells, lives
hic
this
ignavus[-a-um]
cowardly
incitat: incitavit
encourages, incites
nuntius
messenger
pes [acc: pedem]
foot, paw
porta
gate
postulat: postulavit
demands
puer [acc: puerum]
boy
pugnat: pugnavit
fights
recumbit: recumbuit
lies down
saepe
often
sanguis [acc: sanguem]
blood
silva
woods, forest
spectaculum
show, spectacle
statim
at once
totus[-a-um]
whole
agnoscit: agnovit
recognizes
celebrat: celebravit
celebrates
celeriter
quickly
civis [acc: civem]
citizen
cupit: cupivit
desires, wants
dat: dedit
gives
dies [acc: diem]
day
dies natalis
birthday
emittit: emīsit
throws
exercet: exercuit
exercises
fert: tulit
brings, bears, carrys
homo [acc: hominem]
person, human, man(kind)
hospes [acc: hospitem]
guest
ille
that
inspicit: inspexit
inspects
iterum
again
manet: mansit
remains
medius[-a-um]
middle
mox
soon
notus[-a-um]
famous, notable
offert: obtulit
offers, brings to
ostendit: ostendit
shows
paulisper
for a short time
post [+acc]
after, behind
revenit: revēnit
returns comes back
suus[-a-um]
his, her, its, their own [3rd person possessive reflexive adj]
tradit: tradidit
hands over
abit: abīit
goes away
accipit: accēpit
accepts, receives
callidus[-a-um]
clever, smart
capit: cēpit
takes
contentus[-a-um]
satisfied, content
exclamat: exclamavit
exclaims, shouts out
frater [acc: fratrem]
brother
imperium
empire, rule
inimicus[-a-um]
enemy, hostile, inimical
invenit: invīnit
finds, comes upon
it: īit
goes
liber [acc: librum]
book
nos
we
nuntiat: nuntiavit
announces
pax [acc: pacem]
peace
portus
harbor, port
quam
how [w/ adj; "than" w/ comparative]
semper
always
sententia
opinion
servat: servavit
saves
solus[-a-um]
alone
tacet: tacuit
is quiet
uxor [acc: uxorem]
wife
vehementer
loudly
vos
you (plural)
convenit: convēnit
comes together, gathers
credit: credidit (+ dat)
trusts, believes
de
down from; about, regarding, concerning
favet: fāvit (+ dat)
favors, supports
gens [acc: gentem]
family
invitat: invitavit
invites
legit: lēgit
reads; chooses
liberalis, liberalis, liberale
generous
minime!
no!
murus
wall
noster, nostra, nostrum
our
nunc
now
placet: placuit (+ dat)
it pleases
primus[-a-um]
first
promitit: promīsit
promises
pugna
fight
rapit: rapuit
siezes, grabs
secundus[-a-um]
second; favorable
senator [acc: senatorem]
senator
sollicitus[-a-um]
worried, disturbed
stultus[-a-um]
foolish, stupid
tertius[-a-um]
third
utilis, utilis, utile
useful
vale!
good-bye!
verberat: verberavit
strikes
vir [acc: virum]
man
amittit: amīsit
loses
cinis [acc: cinem]
ash
complet: complevit
fills
custodit: custodivit
guards
densus[-a-um]
thick
epistula
letter
flamma
flame
fortiter
bravely
frustrā
in vain (adv)
fugit: fūgit
flees, runs away
fundus
farm
iacet: iacuit
lies
iam
already, soon, now
igitur
therefore
incidit: incīdit
falls (on, onto)
mirabilis, mirabilis, mirabile
marvelous
mittit: mīsit
sends
mons [acc: montem]
mountain
nubes [acc: nubem]
cloud
optime
very well
paene
almost
sentit: sensit
feels, senses
tandem
at last
templum
temple
terra
earth, land
timet: timuit
fears