48 terms

Latin Vocab 5/8

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cliens
clientis, m., client
consul
consulis, m., consul
ignis
ignis, m., fire
maiores
maiorum, m., pl, ancestors
opera
operae, f., work, effort
quies
quietis, f., rest
res
rei, f., thing, matter, affair
spes
spei, f., hope
aeger
aegra, aegrum, sick
mortuus
mortua, moratuum, dead, having died
emo
emere, emi, emptus, to take, to buy
incendo
incendere, incendi, incensus, to set on fire, to burn
reficio
reficere, refeci, refectus, to repair
surgo
surgere, surrexi, surrecturus, to rise
vivo
vivere, vixi, victus, to live
cotidie
daily
aetas
aetatis, f., age, time of life
fides
fidei, f., trust, protection
acutus
acuta, acutum, sharp
ceteri
ceterae, cetera, the other(s)
insignis
insigne, noted
mirus
mira, mirum, wonderful
consentio
consentire, consensi, consensus, to agree
contemno
contemnere, contempsi, contemptus, to despise
eligo
eligere, elegi, electus, to pick out
existimo
existimare, existimavi, existimatus, to think
gaudeo
gaudere, ø, gavisus, to rejoice, to be glad
pervenio
pervenire, perveni, perventurus, to arrive at, to come through
igitur
therefore
praeterea
besides
quidem
at least to be sure
cum
when, since, although
ala
alae, f., wing
aurum
auri, n., gold
passus
passûs, m., step, pace
porticus
porticûs, f., colonnade
rumor
rumoris, m., rumor
statua
statuae, f., statue
defessus
defessa, defessum, tired
potens
potentis, powerful
intellego
intellegere, intellexi, intellectus, to realize, to understand
narro
narrare, narravi, narratus, to tell, to relate
paco
pacare, pacavi, pacatus, to pacify, to subdue
diu
long
nondum
not yet
primum
first
quam primum
as soon as possible
statim
immediately, at once