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140 terms

Latin Vocab 6

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nuga
nugae, f, trifles
accurro
accurrere, accurri, accursum; run, hasten to
quaero
quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitus; search for, seek
consisto
consistere, constiti; to stop, halt
auris
auris, f, ear
sudor
sudoris, m, sweat
garrio
garrire, garrivi, garritus; to chatter
persequor
persequi, persecutus sum; follow, pursue
prope
near
hortus, horti
m. garden
piger
a, um; lazy
citius
quicker, sooner
versus
versus, m, line of verse
compono
componere, composui, compositum; put together, arrange
conficio
conficere, confeci, confectum; to complete, kill
cano
canere, cecini, cantus; to sing
aetas
aetatis, f, age
praetereo
praeterire, praeterii, praeteritum; to go by
lis
litis, f, quarrel
meditor
meditari, meditatus sum; to think over
abutor
abuti, abusus sum; to waste
eludo
eludere, elusi, elusus; to elude
praesidium
i; n; protection, defense, guard
vigilia
ae; f; watch
vultus
-us; m; face, expression
pateo
patēre, patui; to be exposed
vivo
vivere, vixi, victus; to be alive
munitus, a, um
adj; defended
sentio
sentire, sensi, sensus; to realize
caedes
caedis; f; murder
vito
are, avi, atus; to avoid
machinor
ari, atus sum; to design
praetereo
ire, ivi, itus; to pass by
quondam
adv. formerly
vagina
-ae f, sheath
fauces
faucium; f; pl; narrow pass
pernicies
-ei, f, ruin
vereor
vereri, veritus sum; to revere
fateor
fateri, fassus sum; to admit
audeo
audēre, ausus sum; to risk
tenebra
ae; f; darkness
coetus
us; m; assembly
paries
-etis; m; wall
distribuo
-uere, -uī, -utus; to distribute
statuo
-uere, -uī, -utus; to establish, set up
coepī
coepisse, coeptus; to begin
totus, ā, um
the whole, all, entire
compōnō
componere, composui, compositus; to compose
agō
agere, egi, actus; to drive, lead
ergo
adv. therefore
coniūrō
are, avi, atum; to plot, conspire
cēterus, a, um
other, remaining
turbō
are, avi, atus, to disturb
scelus
sceleris; n; wicked deed
Persequor
persequi, persecutus sum; to pursue
morior
mori, mortuus sum; to die
pāreō
parere, parui, paritum; to appear, be visible
cōnor
conari, conatus sum; to try
Consul
Consulis; m; consul
Urbs
Urbis; f; city
Genus
Generis; n; race
Clarus, a, um
clear, bright
Audax
Audacis; bold, reckless
Expello
Expellere, expuli, expulsus; to drive out
Vinco
Vincere, vici, victus; to conquer
Proelium
Proelii; n; battle
Interficio
Interficere, interfeci, interfectus; to kill
Legio
Legionis; f; legion
Apello
are, avi, atus; to call by name
Procedo
Procedere, processi, processum; to go forward
Fere
almost, nearly
Flumen
Fluminis; n; river
Accipio
Accipere, accepi, acceptus; to accept
Facio
Facere, feci, factus; to make
Nomen
Nominis; n; name
Trans
Prep + acc., across
Succedo
Succedere, successi, successurus; to succeed
Muto
are, avi, atus; to change
Redeo
Redire, redii, reditum; to return
Coepi
Coepisse, coeptus; to begin
Posco
Poscere, poposci; to demand
Exercitus
Exercitus; m; army
Accido
Accidere, accidi; to happen
Vacuus, a, um
Empty
Ingredior
Ingredi, ingressus sum; to enter
Peto
Petere, petivi, petitus; to attack
Validus, a, um
Strong, powerful
Fortis
fortis, forte; Brave, courageous
Supero
are, avi, atus; to surpass
Adversus, a, um
unfavorable
Dimico
dimicare, dimicavi, dimicaturus; to fight
Evado
Evadere, evasi, evasus; to escape
Sequor
Sequi, secutus sum; to follow
Scio
Scire, scivi, scitus; to know
Ingens
ingentis; huge, mighty
Copia
Copiae; f; abundance
Eques
Equitis; m; cavalryman
Praeterea
in addition
Acies
Aceii; f; line of battle
Integer, integra, integrum
Whole
Contra
opposite
fugo
are, avi, atus; to put to flight
amitto
amittere, amisi, amisus; to lose
mox
soon
mors
mortis f; death
testamentum
-i; n; will
profiscor
proficisci, profectus sum; to set out
interea
meanwhile
occupo
are, avi, atus; to overtake
fames
famis; n; hunger
insto
instare, institi; to pursue
opto
are, avi, atus; to choose
suscipio
suscipere, suscepi, susceptus; to support, accept
regredior
regredi, regressus sum; to return
cogo
cogere, coegi, coactus; to force
cupiditas
cupiditatus; greed
venenum
-i; n; venom
conficio
conficere, confeci, confectus; to accomplish
reddo
reddere, reddidi, redditus; to return
initium
-i; n; beginning
sepelio
sepelire, sepelivi, sepultus; to bury
ultra
+acc; beyond
colloco
are, avi, atus; to settle
obses
obsidis, m, hostage
curro
currere, cucurri, cursus; to run over
vitium
-i, n, fault
perdo
perdere, perdidi, perditus; to ruin
lex
legis; f; law
ius
iuris; n; right
avarus, a, um
greedy
socius
socii; m; ally
reus
-i; m; defendant
praedo
praedonis; m; thief
delubrum
-i; n; shrine
prex
precis; f; prayer
fanum
-i; n; temple
custo
custodius; m; guard
tollo
tollere, sustuli, sublatus; to raise
aetas
aetatis; f; age
funis
funis, funium; m; rope