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Latin II Final Vocab

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īnsula, -ae, f.
island, apartment building
vīs, acc. vim, abl., vī, f.
force, amount
ac
conj. and
incendium, -ī, n.
fire
incola, -ae, m./f.
inhabitant, tenant
omnia...aguntur
everything is being done
īnfirmus, -a, -um
weak, shaky, frail
fenestra, -ae, f.
window
ōrnāmenta, -ōrum, n. pl.
furnishings
tam
adv. so
parvus, -a, -um
small
tabulātum, -ī, n.
story, floor
paene
adv. almost
ēiciō, ēicere, ēiēcī, ēiectus
to throw out
quaerō, quaerere, quaesīvī, quaesītus
to seek, look for, ask (for)
opprimō, opprimere, oppressī, oppressus
to overwhelm
dubium, -ī, n.
doubt
pariēs, parietis, m.
wall (of a house or room)
commoveō, commovēre, commōvī, commōtus
to move, upset
summā celeritāte
with the greatest speed, as fast as possible
concursō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to run to and fro, run about
dēlectō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to delight, amuse
mendīcus, -ī, m.
beggar
ēlegantissimus, -a, -um
most elegant
adstantēs, adstantium, m. pl.
bystanders
rixa, -ae, f.
quarrel
fīnis, fīnis, gen. pl. fīnium, m.
end
lībertus, -ī, m.
freedman
fūmus, -ī, m.
smoke
recumbō, recumbere, recubuī
to recline, lie down
aufugiō, aufugere, aufugī
to run away, escape
ēripiō, ēripere, ēripuī, ēreptus
to snatch (from)
celerrimus, -a, -um
fastest, very fast
crīnēs, crīnium, m. pl.
hair
speculum, -ī, n.
mirror
neglegenter
adv. carelessly
vexātus, -a, -um
annoyed
in quibus
among whom
porcus, -ī, m.
pig
glīs, glīris, gen. pl. glīrium, m.
dormouse
sella, -ae, f.
sedan chair
pectō, pectere, pexī, pexus
to comb
vēndō, vēndere, vēndidī, vēnditus
to sell
Quam ob causam...?
For what reason...?
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
beautiful, pretty
cachinnus, -ī, m.
laughter
optimus, -a, -um
best, very good, excellent
lanius, -ī, m.
butcher
carō, carnis, f.
meat
Quantī...?
How much...?
perna, -ae, f.
ham
pretium, -ī, n.
price
quidem
adv. indeed
umquam
adv. ever
procāx, procācis
insolent; as slang, pushy
autem
conj. however but
multus, -a, -um
much
pinguis, -is, -e
fat
minuō, minuere, minuī, minūtus
to lessen, reduce, decrease
dēnārius, -ī, m.
denarius (silver coin)
immō
adv. rather, on the contrary
lepus, leporis, m.
hare
grātīs
adv. free, for nothing
rēctē
adv. rightly, properly
vērō
adv. truly, really, indeed
pāscō, pāscere, pāvī, pāstus
to feed, pasture
addō, addere, addidī, additus
to add
accipiō, accipere, accēpī, acceptus
to receive, get
trīclīnium, -ī, n.
dining room
reprehendō, reprehendere, reprehendī, reprehēnsus
to blame, scold
convīva, -ae, m.
guest
magnopere
adv. greatly
celeber, celebris, celebre
famous
nōtus, -a, -um
known
fidēlissimus, -a, -um
most faithful
bibō, bibere, bibī
to drink
quā dē causā
for this reason
comparō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to buy, obtain, get ready
holus, holeris, n.
vegetable
pānis, pānis, gen. pl. pānium, m.
bread
pullus, -ī, m.
chicken
ōvum, -ī, n.
apple
circum
prep. + acc. around
pulcherrimus, -a, -um
most/very beautiful
rēgnum, -ī, n.
kingdom
īnferī, -ōrum, m. pl.
the underworld
candēlābrum, -ī, n.
candelabrum, lamp-stand
cāsū
by chance, accidentally
oleum, -ī, n.
oil
strātum, -ī, n.
sheet, covering
ignis, ignis, gen. pl. ignium. m.
fire
pallium, -ī, n.
cloak
Bonō animo es!/este!
Be of good mind! Cheer up!
iussa, -ōrum, n. pl.
commands, orders
coquō, coquere, coxī, coctus
to cook
afferō, afferre, attulī, allātus
irreg. to bring, bring to, bring in
ēvertō, ēvertere, ēvertī, ēversus
to overturn, upset
dēiciō, dēicere, dēiēcī, dēiectus
to throw down; pass., to fall
effundō, effundere, effūdī, effūsus
to pour out; pass. to spill
complūrēs, -ēs, -a
several
cōmiter
adv. courteously, graciously, in a friendly way
solea, -ae, f.
sandal
auferō, auferre, abstulī, ablātus
irreg. to carry away, take away
accumbō, accumbere, accubuī, accubitūrus
to recline (at table)
mulsum, -ī, n.
wine sweetened with honey
ferculum, -ī, n.
dish, tray
gustātiō, gustātiōnis, f.
hors d'ouevre, first course
niger, nigra, nigrum
black
bōlētus, -ī, m.
mushroom
liquāmen, liquāminis, n.
garum
aspersus, -a, -um
sprinkled
rēs urbānae, rērum, urbānārum, f. pl.
affairs of the city
pestilentia, -ae, f.
plague
pōculum, -ī, n.
cup, goblet
locus, -ī, m.
place
popīna, -ae, f.
eating-house, bar
edō, esse, ēdī, ēsus
irreg. to eat
compleō, complēre, complēvī, complētus
to fill
irrumpō, irrumpere, irrūpī, irruptus
to burst in
īrātissimus, -a, -um
most/very angry
frustum, -ī, n.
scrap
ūnā
adv. together
cēterī, -ae, -a
the rest, the others
Euge!
Hurray!
coquus, -ī, m.
cook
secundae mēnsae, -ārum, f. pl.
second course, dessert
ūva, -ae, f.
grape, bunch of grapes
pirum ,-ī, n.
pear
passum, -ī, n.
raisin-wine
scindō, scindere, scidī, scissus
to cut, split, carve
coepit
(he) began
mēnsis, mēnsis, m.
month
Aenēis, Aenēidis, f.
the Aeneid
Aenēās, Aenēae, m.
Aeneas
discipulus, -ī, m.
pupil
annus, -ī, m.
year
ruīna, -ae, f.
collapse, ruin
nāvigō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to sail
terra, -ae, f.
earth, ground, land
Hesperia, -ae, f.
Hesperia
mare, maris, abl. sing. marī, gen. pl. marium, n.
sea
tempestās, tempestātis, f.
storm
nāvis, nāvis, gen. pl. nāvium, f.
ship
rēgīna, -ae, f.
queen
Dīdō,Dīdōnis, f.
Dido
obsideō, obsidēre, obsēdī, obsessus
to besiege
incendō, incendere, incendī, incēnsus
to burn, set on fire
patior, patī, passus sum
to suffer, endure
dēleō, dēlēre, dēlēvī, dēlētus
to destroy
aliquī, -ae, -a
some
ūnus, -a ,-um
one
duo, -ae, -o
two
trēs, trēs, tria
three
quattuor
four
quīnque
five
sex
six
septem
seven
octō
eight
novem
nine
decem
ten
ūndecim
eleven
duodecim
twelve
tredecim
thirteen
quattuordecim
fourteen
quīndecim
fifteen
sēdecim
sixteen
septendecim
seventeen
duodēvīgintī
eighteen
vīgintī
twenty
quīnquāgintā
fifty
centum
a hundred
quīngentī, -ae, -a
five hundred
mīlle
a thousand
prīmus, -a, -um
first
secundus, -a, -um
second
tertius, -a, -um
third
quārtus, -a, -um
fourth
quīntus, -a, -um
fifth
sextus, -a, -um
sixth
septimus, -a, -um
seventh
octāvus, -a, -um
eighth
nōnus, -a, -ae
ninth
decimus, -a, -um
tenth
ūndecimus, -a, -um
eleventh
duodecimus, -a, -um
twelfth
tertius decimus, -a, -um
thirteenth
quārtus decimus, -a, -um
fourteenth
quīntus decimus, -a, -um
fifteenth
sextus decimus, -a, -um
sixteenth
septimus decimus, -a, -um
seventeenth
duodēvīcēsimus, -a, -um
eighteenth
ūndēvīcēsimus, -a, -um
nineteenth
vīcēsimus, -a, -um
twentieth
quīnquāgēsimus, -a, -um
fiftieth
centēsimus, -a, -um
hundredth
quīngentēsimus, -a, -um
five hundredth
mīllēsimus, -a, -um
thousandth
Quot...?
How many (cardinal answer)
Quotus...?
How many (ordinal answer)
Ulixēs, Ulixis, m.
Ulysses, Odysseus
verbum, -ī, n.
word, verb
idem ac
the same as
sīc
adv. in this way
comes, comitis, m./f.
companion
Carthāgō, Carthāginis, f.
Carthage
antequam
conj. before
Thrācia, -ae, f.
Thrace
Dēlōs, Dēlī, f.
Delos
Crēta, -ae, f.
Crete
nusquam
adv. nowhere
moneō, -ēre, -uī, -itus
to advise, warn
deus, -ī, nom. pl., dī dat., abl. pl. dīs, m.
god
dormitō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to be sleepy
conticēscō, conticēscere, conticuī
to become silent
animadvertō, animadvertere, animadvertī, animadversus
to notice
expergīscor, expergīscī, experrēctus sum
to wake up
interest
it is important
ferula, -ae, f.
cane
pāreō, -ēre, -uī
+ dat. to obey
extendō, extendere, extendī, extentus
to hold out
bellum, -ī, n.
war
multīs post annīs
many years afterward
hiems, hiemis, f.
winter
iactō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to toss about, drive to and fro
oppidum, -ī, n.
town
Hispānia, -ae, f.
Spain
trāns
prep + acc. across
lingua, -ae, f.
tongue, language
nāscor, nāscī, nātus sum
to be born
vīvō, vīvere, vīxī, vīctūrus
to live
morior, morī, mortuus sum
to die
Avē!/Avēte!
Greetings!
valeō, -ēre, -uī, -īturus
to be strong, be well
primō
adv. first, at first
natō, -āre, -āvī, -ātūrus
to swim
scapha, -ae, f.
small boat
inde
ad. from there, then
dēsiliō, dēsilīre, dēsiluī
to leap down
audeō, audēre, ausus sum
to dare
repellō, repellere, reppulī, repulsus
to drive off, drive back
īrācundia, -ae, f.
irritability, bad temper
neque...neque...quidquam
neither...nor...anything
immō vērō
adv. on the contrary, in fact
ignōrō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to be ignorant, not to know
cum
conj. since
crūdēlis, -is, -e
cruel
cum prīmum
conj. as soon as
poena, -ae, f.
punishment, penalty
poenās dare
to pay the penalty, be punished
obsecrō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to beseech, beg
quam prīmum
adv. as soon as possible
discō, discere, didicī
to learn
cupiō, cupere, cupīvī, cupītus
to desire, want
rapiō, rapere, rapuī, raptus
to snatch, seize
arcessō, arcessere, arcessīvī, arcessītus
to summon, send for
rogātiō, rogātiōnis, f.
question
gaudeō, gaudēre, gāvīsus sum
to be glad, rejoice
soleō, solēre, solitus sum
to be accustomed (to), be in the habit of
ventus, -ī, m.
wind
unda, -ae, f.
wave
scapha, -ae, f.
small boat, ship's boat
magister, magistrī, m.
schoolmaster, master, captain
Prō dī immortālēs!
Good heavens!
dīvēs, dīvitis
rich
coorior, coorīrī, coortus sum
to rise up, arise
ēvādō, ēvādere, ēvāsī, ēvāsus
to escape
adorior, adorīrī, adortus sum
to attack
resistō, resistere, restitī
+ dat. to resist
superō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to overcome
pauper, pauperis
poor
casa, -ae, f.
hut, cottage
pūgiō, pūgiōnis, m.
dagger
clam
adv. secretly
quoniam
conj. since
convalēscō, convalēscere, convaluī
to grow stronger, get well
tēla, -ae, f.
web, fabric
studium, -ī, n.
enthusiasm
forās
adv. outside
Quantum...?
adv. How much...?
tālia, tālium, n. pl
such things
texō, texere, texuī, textus
to weave
Nerōnēus, -a, -um
of Nero
quō
adv. there, to that place
Quō cum
When...there
vestibulum, ī, n.
entrance passage
exerceō, -ēre, -uī, -itus
to exercise, train
calor, calōris, m.
heat
haud
adv. not
contrā
prep. + acc. against
unguō, unguere, ūnxī, ūnctus
to anoint, smear with oil
dēfricō, dēfricāre, dēfricuī, dēfrictus
to rub down
tergeō, tergēre, tersī, tersus
to dry, wipe
cognōscō, cognōscere, cognōvī, cognitus
to find out, learn
senex, senis, m.
old man
calvus, -a, -um
bald
indūtus, -a, -um
clothed
capillātus, -a, -um
with long hair
follis, follis, gen. pl. follium, m.
bag
digitus, -ī, m.
finger
repetō, repetere, repetīvī, repetītus
to pick up, recover
concrepō, concrepāre, concrepuī
to snap (the fingers)
fūr, fūris, m.
thief
sella, -ae, f.
sedan-chair, seat, chair
surripiō, surripere, surripuī, surreptus
to steal
prehendō, prehendere, prehendī, prehēnsus
to seize
exsiliō, exsilīre, exsiluī
to leap out
cōnfugiō, cōnfugere, cōnfūgī
to flee for refuge
pavīmentum, -ī, n.
tiled floor
subsequor, subsequī, subsecūtus sum
to follow
lābor, lābī, lāpsus sum
to slip, fall
Babylōn, Babylōnis, f.
Babylon
Pȳramus, -ī, m.
Pyramus
virgō, virginis, f.
maiden
Thisbē, Thisbēs, f.
Thisbe
rixor, -ārī, -ātus sum
to quarrel
uterque, utraque, utrumque
each (of two), both
rīma, -ae, f.
crack
ōsculum, -ī, n.
kiss
sentiō, sentīre, sēnsī, sēnsus
to feel, notice
exprimō, exprimere, expressī, expressus
to press out, express
valedīcō, valedīcere, valedīxī, valedictūrus
to say goodbye
aspergō, aspergere, aspersī, aspersus
to sprinkle, splash, spatter
prōgredior, prōgredī, prōgressus sum
to go forward, advance
cōnsilium, -ī, n.
plan
cōnsilium capere
to adopt a plan
īnscius, -a, -um
not knowing
vultus, -ūs, m.
face
vēlāmen, vēlāminis, n.
veil, shawl
spēlunca, -ae, f.
cave
nec
conj. and...not
prior, prior, prius, gen. priōris
first (of two), previous
occīdō, occīdere, occīdī, occīsus
tokill
perdō, perdere, perdidī, perditus
to destroy
polliceor, pollicērī, pollicitus sum
to promise
orior, orīrī, ortus sum
to rise
corōna, -ae, f.
garland, crown
cūra, -ae, f.
care
lanterna, -ae, f.
lantern
Nōnae, -ārum, f. pl.
Nones
rosa, -ae, f.
rose
scriblīta, -ae, f.
tart or pastry with cheese filling
Subūra, -ae, f.
Subura
arbiter, arbitrī, m.
master
arbiter bibendī
master of drinking
Brundisium, -ī, n.
Brundisium
convīvium, -ī, n.
feast banquet
deus, -ī, m.
god
grammaticus, -ī, m.
secondary school teacher
iēntāculum, -ī, n.
breakfast
lūdus, -ī, m.
game, school
magister, magistrī, m.
schoolmaster, master, captain
merum, -ī, n.
undiluted wine
modus, -ī, m.
way, method
paedagōgus, -ī, m.
tutor
paulum, -ī, n.
a small amount, a little
pīstrīnum, -ī, n.
bakery
tālī, -ōrum, m. pl.
knucklebones
tergum, -ī, n.
back, rear
adulēscēns, adulēscentis, m.
young man, youth
amor, amōris, m.
love
canis, canis, m./f.
dog, the lowest throw of the knucklebones
collis, collis, gen. pl. collium, m.
hill
commissātiō, commissātiōnis, f.
drinking party
cōnsul, cōnsulis, m.
consul
flōs, flōris, m.
flower
fūstis, fūstis, gen. pl. fūstium, m.
club, cudgel
timor, timōris, m.
fear
vulnus, vulneris, n.
wound
īdus, īduum, f. pl.
the Ides
nīl
nothing
affectus, -a, -um
affected, overcome
certus, -a, -um
certain
ēbrius, -a, -um
drunk
ērudītus, -a, -um
learned, scholarly
foedus, -a, -um
filthy, disgusting
lentus, -a, -um
slow
paucī, -ae, -a
few
prōnus, -a, -um
face down
rēctus, -a, -um
right, proper
sēcūrus, -ae, -um
carefree, unconcerned
sextus, -a, -um
sixth
summus, -a, -um
greatest, very great, the top of...
miser, misera, miserum
unhappy, miserable
molestus, -a, -um
annoying
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
beautiful, pretty, handsome
bonus, -a, -um
good
melior, melior, melius, gen. meliōris
better
optimus, -a, -um
best, very good, excellent
magnus, -a, -um
big, great, large
maior, maior, maius, gen. maiōris
bigger, greater
maximus, -a, -um
biggest, very large, very great
malus, -a, -um
bad, evil
peior, peior, peius, gen. peiōris
worse
pessimus, -a, -um
worst
multī, -ae, -a
many
plūrēs, plūrēs, plūra, gen. plūrium
more
plūrimī, -ae, -a
most, very many
multus, -a, -um
much
plūs, plūris
more
plūrimus, -a, -um
most, very much
parvus, -a ,-um
small
minor, minor, minus, gen. minōris
smaller
minimus, -a, -um
smallest, very small
abstinēns, abstinentis
+ abl. refraining from
audāx, audācis
bold
difficilis, -is, -e
difficult
dīligēns, dīligentis
diligent, painstaking, thorough
dissimilis, -is, -e
dissimilar
ferōx, ferōcis
fierce
gracilis, -is, -e
slender
gravis, -is, -e
heavy, serious
humilis, -is, -e
humble
similis, -is, -e
similar
suāvis, -is, -e
sweet, delightful
trīstis, -is, -e
sad
ūtilis, -is, -e
useful
vehemēns, vehementis
violent
vetus, veteris
old
ācer, ācris, ācre
keen
brevis, -is, -e
short
celer, celeris, celere
swift
facilis, -is, -e
easy
fēlīx, fēlīcis
lucky
fidēlis, -is, -e
faithful
prūdēns, prūdentis
wise
vīgintī
twenty
castīgō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to rebuke, reprimand
corōnō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to crown
creō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to appoint
dōnō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to give
invocō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to invoke, call upon
ligō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to bind up
misceō, miscēre, miscuī, mixtus
to mix
persuādeō, persuādēre, persuāsī, persuāsus
to make something (acc.) agreeable to someone (dat.); to persuade someone of something
placeō, -ēre, -uī
+ dat. to please
adimo, adimere, adēmī, adēmptus
+ dat. to take away (from)
concurrō, concurrere, concurrī, concursūrus
to run together, rush up
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
to found, establish
crēdō, crēdere, crēdidī, crēditus
+ dat. to trust, believe
dēfendō, dēfendere, dēfendī, dēfēnsus
to defend
poscō, poscere, poposcī
to demand, ask for
sinō, sinere, sīvī, situs
to allow
corripiō, corripere, corripuī, correptus
to seize, grab
percutiō, percutere, percussī, percussus
to strike
hauriō, haurīre, hausī, haustus
to drain
fiō, fierī, factus sum
to become, be made, be done, happen
praeferō, praeferre, praetulī, praelātus
to carry X (acc.) in front of Y (dat.)
cōnor, cōnārī, cōnātus sum
to try
moror, morārī, morātus sum
to delay, remain, stay
vereor, verērī, veritus sum
to be afraid, fear
collābor, collābī, collāpsus sum
to collapse
colloquor, colloquī, collocūtus sum
to converse, speak together
cōnsequor, cōnsequī, cōnsecūtus sum
to catch up to, overtake
loquor, loquī, locūtus sum
to speak, talk
proficīscor, proficīscī, profectus sum
to set out, leave
sequor, sequī, secūtus sum
to follow
ēgredior, ēgredī, ēgressus sum
to go out, leave
ingredior, ingredī, ingressus sum
to go in, enter
regredior, regredī, regressus sum
to go back, return
experior, experīrī, expertus sum
to test, try
ante
+ acc. before, in front of
bene
well
melius
better
optimē
best, very well, excellently
breviter
briefly
celeriter
quickly
certē
certainly
contrā
in return
cotīdie
daily, every day
diū
for a long time
diūtius
longer
facile
easily
fēlīciter
well, happily, luckily
fortiter
bravely
hūc
here, to here
laetē
happily
libenter
gladly
longē
far
magnopere
greatly
magis
more
male
badly
peius
worse
multum
much
nimis
too much
paulātim
gradually, little by little
paulum
little
minus
less
prīdiē
adv. +acc. on the day before
prūdenter
wisely, sensibly
quam
than
quam + superlative
as...as possible
Quam...!
How...! What a...!
Quam...?
How...?
rēctē
rightly, properly
rūrsus
adv. again
saepe
often
saepius
more often
sānē
certainly, of course
sērō
late
sērius
later
strēnuē
strenuously, hard
etiamsī
conj. even if
-que
conj. and
seu
conj. or if
sīve
conj. or if
-ve
conj. or
vel
conj. or
nē...quidem
not even
S.D
salūtem dīcere: to send greeting
S.P.D
salūtem dīcere=to send greetings
sol, solis, m.
sun
avis, avis, m/f
bird
gens, gentis, f.
family, clan
epulae, epularum, f pl.
banquet, feast
iuvenis, iuvenis, m.
young man
serenus, -a, -um
clear, bright
deditus, -a, -um
devoted, dedicated
similis, -is, -e (+ dat)
similar to, like
submissus, -a, -um
quiet, subdued, soft
talis, is, e
such
tantus, -a, -um
so great
tot
so many
adeo
so much, to such an extent
nuper
recently
ita
thus, in such a way
sic
thus, in this way
tam
so
tantum
so much
observo, observare, observavi, observatus
to watch, pay attention to
lucet, lucere, luxit
it is light, it is day, it shines
taedet, taedere, taesus est
it bores, makes one (acc.) tired of something (gen.)
oportet, oportere, oportuit
it is fitting, ought
neglego, neglegere, neglexi, neglectus
to neglect, ignore
despondeo, despondere, despondi, desponsus
to betroth, promise in marriage
decet, decebat, decuit
it is becoming/it is fitting/should
ait
he/she says
me taedet (+ gen.)
I am tired (of)
te oportet (+ infinitive)
you must
id quod
(a thing) which
curae esse
to be a cause of anxiety (to)
Heus!
Hey there!
admīrātōnī esse
to be a source of amazement
Androclēs, Androclis, m.
Androcles
quasi
adv. as if
admīror, -ārī, -ātus sum
to wonder (at)
placidē
adv. gently, peacefully, quietly, tamely
clēmenter
adv. in a kindly manner
blandē
adv. in a coaxing/winning manner
exanimātus, -a, -um
paralyzed
mūtuus, -a, - um
mutual
crūdēlitās, crūdēlitātis, f.
cruelty
lambō, lambere, lambī
to lick
parcō, pacere, pepercī
+ dat. to spare
cōgō, cōgere, coēgī, coāctus
to compel, force
doleō, -ēre, -uī, -itūrus
to be sorry, be sad, be in pain
claudus, -a, -um
lame
lateō, -ēre, -uī
to lie in hiding
mītis, -is, -e
gentle
mānsuētus, -a, -um
tame
stirps, stirpis, gen. pl. stirpium, f.
thorn
cōnsēnsus, -ūs, m.
agreement
vēscor, vēscī
+ abl. to feed (on)
cavea, -ae, f.
cage
immānis, -is, -e
huge
mīror, -āri, -ātus sum
to wonder
rē vērā
really, actually
impetus, -ūs, m.
attack
immittō, immittere, immīsī, immissus
to send in, release
incipiō, incipere, incēpī, inceptus
to begin
intellegō, intellegere, intellēxī, intellēctus
to understand, realize
tot
indecl. adj. so many
dēliciae, -ārum, f. pl.
delight
admīrātiō, admīrātiōnis, f.
amazement
contrā
prep. + acc. against, opposite, in front of, facing
ostendō, ostendere, ostendī, ostentus
to show, point out
coniciō, conicere, coniēcī, coniectus
to throw, throw together; to figure out, guess
convertō, convertere, convertī, conversus
to turn (around)
tollō, tollere, sustulī, sublātus
irreg. to lift, raise
cōnsistō, cōnsistere, cōnstitī
to halt, stop, stand
furor, furōris, m.
frenzy
ācriter
adv. fiercely
aliās
adv. at another time
arēna, -ae, f.
sand, arena
mīlia, mīlium, n. pl.
thousands
pugna, -ae, f.
fight, battle
pugnam committere
to join battle
obstupefactus, -a, -um
astounded
incēdō, incēdere, incessī
to go in, march in
negōtiōsus, -a, -um
busy
prō certō habēre
to be sure
mūnera, mūnerum, n. pl
games
spērō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to hope
cōnstat
it is agreed
epigramma, epigrammatis, n.
epigram
imperātor, imperātōris, m.
commander, emperor
contineō, continēre, continuī, contentus
to confine, hol
mālō, mālle, māluī,
irreg. to prefer
mātūrē
adv. early
pūpa, -ae, f.
doll
capita aut nāvia
heads or ships
pār impār
odd or even
digitīs micāre
flashing fingers
lūdus latrunculōrum
game of bandits
putō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to think, consider
lūdus, -ī, m.
school, game
ferē
adv. almost approximately
postrēmō
adv. finally
ambō, ambae, ambō
both
Num...?
Surely...not...? (Expects a "no" answer)
dōnum, -ī, n.
gift
dōnō dare
to give as a gift
diēs nātālis, diēī nātālis, m.
birthday
peristȳlium, -ī, n.
peristyle
abripiō, abripere, abripuī, abreptus
to snatch away
laedō, laedere, laesī, laesus
to harm
fiō, fierī, factus sum
be made, be done; become; happen, take place
cōnor
to try (1)
moror
to delay/remain/stay (1)
vereor
to fear/be afraid (2)
collābor
to collapse (3)
cōnsequor
to overtake/catch up to (3)
loquor
to speak/talk (3)
proficīscor
to leave/set out (3)
sequor
to follow (3)
ēgredior
to go out/leave (3io)
ingredior
to go in/enter (3io)
regredior
to go back/return (3io)
experior
to test/try (4)