51 terms

Latin 3

Cicero vs Verres
iugulō, iugulāre, iugulāvī, iugulātus
to cut the throat, kill, slay, murder
[figuratively] to destroy, overthrow
to choke off, confute, convict, silence
induō, induere, induī, indūtus
to put on, assume, dress in
to clothe, dress, cover, wrap, deck, array
to entangle, impale, pierce
[figuratively] to put on, assume
to entangle, involve
fīdūcia, fīdūciae
trust, confidence, reliance, assurance
self-confidence, boldness, courage, presumption
[in law] a deposit, pledge, security, pawn, mortgage
praesidium, praesidiī
defence, protection, guardianship, help, aid, assistance
a guard, escort, convoy, garrison
an occupied place, post, station, intrenchment, fortification, camp
aid, help, assistance
without punishment, unpunished, with impunity
īnfēstus, īnfēsta, īnfēstum
made unsafe, disturbed, molested, infested, unquiet, unsafe
that renders unsafe, hostile, inimical, troublesome, dangerous
dēficiō, dēficere, dēfēcī, dēfectus
de + facio
verb (3rd IO conjugation)
[intransitively] to withdraw, revolt, desert, fall off
of things, to be wanting, be absent, fail, cease, disappear, be lost, run out
[people] to fail, sink, faint, be insufficient, be missing
to fail, be bankrupt
[figuratively] to withdraw, depart, forsake, be parted, abandon, desert
to fail, be wanting, fall short
dēsertiō, dēsertiōnis
a forsaking, deserting
whatever time, whenever
chiefly, principally, eminently
attineō, attinēre, attinuī,
[transitively] to hold fast, detain, delay
[intransitively] to stretch, reach
[figuratively] to belong to, concern, relate to, be of consequence
īnstitūtum, īnstitūtī
a purpose, intention, design
a practice, custom, usage, habit
an institution, ordinance, decree, regulation
plur., principles, elements
fīgō, fīgere, fīxī, fīxus (defigo too)
to fix, fasten, drive, thrust in, attach, affix, post, erect, set up
to pierce through, transfix, pierce
[figuratively] to fix, fasten, direct, set
to sting, taunt, rally
perangustus, perangusta, perangustum
very narrow
fretum, fretī
a strait, sound, channel
the sea
[figuratively] a strait, narrow sea
a gulf, abyss
alumnus, alumnī
a foster-son, ward, nursling
facinus, facinoris
a deed, act, action, achievement
a bad deed, misdeed, outrage, villainy, crime
[plural] criminals, abandoned men
parricīdium, parricīdiī
the murder of a father, assassination of parents, parricide
the murder of a near kinsman
parricide, treason, horrible crime
rōstrum, rōstrī
a beak, bill, snout, muzzle, mouth
the curved end of a ship's prow, ship's beak
[plural] the Rostra, a platform for speakers in the Forum (adorned with the beaks of ships taken from the Antians B.C. 338)
a stage, orator's pulpit, platform
prōgredior, prōgredī, prōgressus sum
to come forth, go forth, go forward, go on, advance, proceed
[figuratively] to proceed, advance, go on, make progress
conqueror, conquerī, conquestus sum
to complain, bewail, lament, deplore
deplōrō, deplōrāre, deplōrāvī, deplōrātus
to weep bitterly, moan, wail, lament, complain
with acc, to bewail, lament, deplore
to give up for lost, abandon, resign
nauarchus, nauarchī
a little somewhat
coniūnctus, coniūncta, coniūnctum
[of places] adjoining, bordering upon, near, close
connected by marriage, married
united by relationship, associated, allied, kindred, intimate, friendly
[figuratively] connected, pertaining, accordant, agreeing, conformable
exīstimō, exīstimāre, exīstimāvī, exīstimātus
to value, estimate, reckon
to appreciate, value, esteem, judge, consider, suppose, think, expect
exoptō, exoptāre, exoptāvī, exoptātus
to greatly wish or desire
from the bottom, from the foundation
[figuratively] utterly, entirely, totally, completely
effigiō, effigiāre, effigiāvī, effigiātus
to form, to fashion
postulō, postulāre, postulāvī, postulātus
to ask, demand, claim, require, request, desire
to summon, arraign before a court, prosecute, accuse, impeach
[of price] to demand, ask
[of things] to make necessary, require, demand, call for
some several, a few, not many
cōntiō, cōntiōnis
a public assembly, meeting
ēscendō, ēscendere, ēscendī, ēnsus
to climb up, to ascend
prōvideō, prōvidēre, prōvīdī, prōvīsus
to see in advance, discern, descry
of time, until now, heretofore, hitherto, as yet
i. To throw together, unite, collect
[figuratively] to draw a conclusion, conclude, infer, conjecture, guess
[in augury] to prophesy, foretell, divine, interpret
iI. To throw, cast, urge, drive, hurl, thrust, put, place
[figuratively] to bring, direct, turn, throw, urge, drive, force
to throw, place, put, include
petītiō, petītiōnis
a blow, thrust, pass, attack, aim
hence, of oratorical fencing
a seeking, soliciting
a soliciting for office, application, solicitation, candidacy, canvass
[in law] a claim, suit, petition, complaint, declaration
prēnsō, prēnsāre, prēnsāvī, prēnsātus
to grasp, seize, catch, lay hold of
to take hold of, catch, hold, check, detain, stop
to sue for office, canvass
praeproperō, praeproperāre
to hasten greatly
prēnsātiō, prēnsātiōnis
a soliciting
prōficiō, prōficere, prōfēcī, prōfectus
to make headway, to make progress
percrēbrēscō, percrēbrēscere, percrēbruī,
to become more frequent, grow, prevelant, be spread abroad
rīdeō, rīdēre, rīsī, rīsus
to laugh
ingemō, ingemere, ingemuī,
to groan
feriō, ferīre
to smite, to hit (the forehead)
oppōnō, oppōnere, opposuī, oppositus
to set against, set before, place opposite, oppose
to set against pledge, wager, mortgage
to expose, lay bare, open, abandon
[figuratively] to set before, bring forward, present, oppose, adduce, allege
to say in opposition, object, reply, respond, adduce in answer, oppose. iis opposuit sese Socrates
to set against, place in comparison
inops, inopis
without resources, helpless, weak
without possessions, poor, destitute, needy, indigent
[figuratively] mean, wretched, contemptible, pitiful
[of speech] poor, meagre
except, besides
condūcō, condūcere, condūxī, condūctus
to draw, bring, lead together, to assemble, collect
Intens., to connect, unite
to hire, take on lease, to farm
To hire for one''s use, to hire, rent, employ
recidō, recidere, reccidī, recāsus
to fall back, spring back, return
[figuratively] to fall back, return, be thrown back, fall, sink, be reduced, relapse
to fall back, fall to, pass, be handed over
of evil, to fall back, be visited, recoil, return
to fall out, turn out, result, come
mūnus, mūneris
a service, office, post, employment, function, duty
a duty, burden, tribute
a service, favor, kindness
the last service, burial
a present, gift
a public show, spectacle, entertainment, exhibition, show of gladiators (given by magistrates)