97 terms

AP Latin Review: Vocabulary Used 4x


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memor, memoris
remembering, mindful, unforgetting (+gen.)
condō, condere, condidī, conditus
to found, establish; hide, bury
foveō, fovēre, fōvī, fōtus
cherish, fondle
forma, -ae, f.
form, beauty, shape
above, beyond, left, in addition, upon, concerning, about (+acc. +abl.)
inceptum, -ī, n.
beginning, undertaking, purpose
nimbus, -ī, m.
rainstorm, (storm) cloud
sedeō, sedēre, sēdī, sessus
to sit (down), settle
inimīcus, -a, -um
hostile, enemy, unfriendly
cōnūbium, -ī, n.
right of intermarriage, marriage
optō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to choose, desire, hope (for)
potēns, potentis
powerful, ruling (+gen.), mighty
Eurus, -ī, m.
east wind
Notus, -ī, m.
(south) wind
three times
vīsus, -ūs, m.
sight, view, vision, aspect
vehō, vehere, vēxī, vectus
to carry, convey
pelagus, -ī, m.
sea, flood, waves
genitor, -ōris, m.
begetter, father, sire
geminus, -a, -um
twin, double, two
nemus, nemoris, n.
grove, wood, forest
artus, -ūs, m.
joint, limb, member, body
turba, -ae, f.
mob, crowd
iuvō, iuvāre, iūvī, iūtus
to help, please
mittō, mittere, mīsī, missus
to send, hurl, dismiss, let go; end, finish; offer, pay
plūrimus, -a, -um
superlative of multus: very many, very much, most
(at) some time, formerly, ever
mōlior, mōlīrī, mōlītus
to undertake, (strive to) accomplish, do, work, effect, make, prepare, attempt
legō, legere, lēgī, lēctus
to choose, collect, select, gather; read
fandus, -a, -um
to be uttered, right, just
clārus, -a, -um
clear, bright, illustrious, famous
arvum, -ī, n.
plowed land, field, region
sistō, sistere, stetī, status
to stand, stop, stay
crīnis, -is, m.
hair, locks, tresses
fūnus, fūneris, m.
funeral, death, disaster
culmen, culminis, n.
roof, peak, summit, top
everywhere, all about
exstinguō/exstingō, -stinguere/-stingere, -stīnxī, -stīnctus
to extinguish, blot out, destroy, ruin
incendō, -cendere, -cendī, -cēnsus
to inflame, kindle, burn
on this account; properteā quod, because
contendō, -tendere, -tendī, -tentus
to push forward, hasten; march; strive, contend, fight; be anxious for; maintain, insist
potior, potīrī, potītus
to become master of, get control or possession of, obtain, capture (+abl. or gen.)
angustus, -a, -um
compressed, confined, narrow
comparō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to prepare, get ready; acquire, gain, secure, prepare for
cōnficiō, -ficere, -fēcī, -fectus
to make or do thoroughly, complete, accomplish, finish; finish up, exhaust, weaken; furnish; dress or treat (leather)
ante (adv.)
before, above (+acc.); sooner, previously
fīdēs, -eī, f.
faith, confidence; faithfulness, loyalty, trustworthiness; allegiance, protection, dependence; pledge, assurance; fīdem facere, convince or give a pledge; fīdem sequī, surrender
ōrātiō, -tiōnis, f.
speaking, speech, language, words, address, argument
mōs, mōris, m.
manner, custom, practice; pl., customs, habits; character; mōs māiōrum, the customs of the ancestors, ancestral tradition
sequor, sequī, secūtus
to follow, follow after, pursue; accompany, attend; follow (in point of time); with poena, be inflicted; fidem sequi, seek the protection
cliēns, clientis, m.
client, vassal, dependent, retainer
suspīciō, -iōnis, f.
suspicion, distrust; surmise
omnīnō (adv.)
altogether, completely, utterly
nōndum (adv.)
not yet
certiōrem facere
inform (with acc. and infin.); order (with ut/nē + subj.)
occīdō, -cīdere, -cīsī, -cīsus
to cut down, kill, slay
iniūria, -ae, f.
wrong, injustice; outrage, injury, harm, damage, violence
spatium, -ī, n.
space, distance, extent, length (of space): period or length of time; time, opportunity
sūmō, sūmere, sūmpsī, sūmptus
to take away, take; assume; (+poenam) exact (a penalty)
dēsiliō, -silīre, -siluī, -sultus
to jump from, leap down, alight, dismount
cōnsistō, -sistere, -stitī
to take a stand or position, keep one's position, stand, form (when soldiers make a formation); stop, halt, remain, stay
coiciō, -icere, -iēcī, -iectus
to hurl, throw, cast
funda, -ae, f.
modo (adv.)
only, just; nōn modo . . . sed etiam, not only . . . but also
aquila, -ae, f.
eagle; a military standard (the aquila was the main standard of the legion)
prōdō, prōdere, prōdidī, prōditus
to give forth, reveal; betray, give up; transmit, hand down
officium, -ī, n.
service, kindness, favor; allegiance, duty
signum, -ī, n.
mark, sign, signal, watchword; signal for battle, standard
plūs, plūris
more; subst., more; pl., more, several, many
suprā (adv. and prep.)
(adv.) before, previously; (+ acc.) above; before
remittō, -mittere, -mīsī, -missus
to send back, return; release, give up
solvō, solvere, solvī, solūtus
to loose(n), release, break down, free, pay; with or without nāvēs, set sail
administrō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to serve, attend, wait upon; manage, guide
hiemō, -āre, -āvī, -āus
to pass the winter, spend the winter, winter
cōnfīdō, -fīdere, -fīsī, -fīsus
to trust completely, rely on, feel confident, hope
cōnfestim (adv.)
hastily, at once, immediately
noctū (adv.)
by night, at night
committō, -mittere, -mīsī, -missus
to join, splice; commit (a crime), do; allow, permit; entrust; proelium committere: to join or begin battle
auctor, -tōris, m.
one who produces, creates, or originates; promoter, instigator, advisor, author
vereor, verērī, veritus
to revere; fear, dread, be afraid of
dēficiō, -ficere, -fēcī, -fectus
to fail, desert, fall away, revolt; faint
repentīnus, -a, -um
sudden, unexpected, hasty
quīdam, quaedam, quiddam OR quīdam, quaedam, quoddam
a certain one, someone; a certain, some, a; a kind of
resistō, -sistere, -stitī
to stand back, remain behind, halt, stand still; withstand, resist, oppose
cōnsulō, -sulere, -suluī, -sultus
to take counsel, consult, consider; (+dat.) take counsel for, consider the interests of, take care for; spare
spōns, spontis, f.
wish, will, desire; spontis (gen.) OR sponte (abl.): of one's own accord, willingly, voluntarily; by oneself
audeō, audēre, ausus sum
to dare, risk, venture
occultō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to hide, keep secret, conceal
accēdō, -cēdere, -cessī, -cessus
to approach, come near to, arrive at, come to; to be added
parcō, parcere, pepercī, parsus
to be frugal or economical; spare, do not injury or harm
īnstituō, -stituere, stituī, -stitūtus
to set up or put in order, draw up; train, educate; procure, prepare; build, construct; begin, determine, decide upon, adopt; īnstitūtus (pple.): usual, customary; finished
aditus, -ūs, m.
approach, means of approach, right to approach, entrance, access
īnstō, -stāre, -stitī, -stātus
to stand upon or near, be at hand; to urge on, press on; threaten (+dat.)
versō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to turn; deal with; passive as deponent, turn oneself; be, remain; engage in; fight
fās (indecl.)
divine law, divine will; (adj.) religiously correct, right, proper, permissable
colō, colere, coluī, cultus
to cultivate, dwell (in); cherish, honor, worship
mūnus, mūneris, m.
function, duty, task, service; gift