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latin2 exam vocabulary

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accedo
to approach
adfero
to bring to
antepono
(+ dative) to put before
arbitror
to think, to judge
bibo
to drink
carpo
to seize, to harvest
cedo
to go from, to yield
cognosco
to recognize, to learn (cognovi: i knew)
cogo
to collect, compel
comprehendo
to seize, to grasp
condo
to put, to insert
confero
to bring together
conor
to try
consumo
to burn up, to destroy
contemno
to scorn, to disdain
contundo
to bruise, to beat
curo
to worry, to care
decerno
to decide
dedico
to declare, to dedicate
doleo
to hurt, (to feel pain)
dormio
to sleep
dubito
to doubt
egredior
to go out, to leave
eo
to go
exigo
to drive out, to expel
expono
to explain, to set forth
fateor
to confess
fero
to bring, to bear, to carry
fio
to become, to be made, to be done
hortor
to urge, to encourage
ignosco
to forgive
impero
to order
invideo
to envy
invito
to invite
loquor
to speak, to talk
minuo
to lessen, to reduce
miror
to admire
molior
to build
mollio
to soothe, to soften
morior
to die
nascor
to be born
noceo
to harm
nolo
to not want, to be unwilling
nubo
to marry
occido
to fall
offero
to present, to offer
oro
to pray, to beg
parco
to spare
pareo
to obey
pateo
to be open
patior
to suffer
persuadeo
to persuade
placeo
to please
praebeo
to provide, to furnish
proficiscor
to set out
promitto
to promise
pugno
to fight
recreo
to restore, to revive
refero
to bring back, to return
requiro
to seek again, to search for
respondeo
to answer
rogo
to ask
rusticor
to live in the country
sapio
to understand, to have taste
sequor
to follow
servio
(+ dative) to serve
studeo
to enjoy, to study
subrideo
to smile (down upon)
surgo
to rise, to lift
taceo
to be silent
utor
(+ ablative) to use, to enjoy
volo
to want
aestas
summer
arma
arms, weapons
as
penny (genitive assis)
auxilium
help
cena
dinner
cupido
desire
cursus
running, course
custodia
protection
digitus
finger, toe
domus
home
exercitus
army
exsilium
exile, banishment
apud
(+ accusative) at, near
ceteri
the rest
cotidie
daily
denique
finally
dignus
worthy
dives
wealthy
dummodo
(+ subjunctive) provided that
durus
hard
fortasse
perhaps
furtim
stealthily
iratus
angry
ita
in this way, so
fatum
fate
magnopere
greatly
magis
more greatly
maxime
most greatly
forum
market
mediocris
ordinary
mortuus
dead
ianua
door
mox
soon
par
equal (genitive paris)
pauper
poor (person)
prae
before, in front of
primo
first
pudicus
modest
qualis
of what kind?
quam + comparative
comparison (jack is taller THAN jill)
quam + superlative
as __ as possible (they bike as fast as possible)
quantus
how great
quidam
a certain person (or thing)
quidem
indeed
ne...quidem
not even
quot
how many
repente
suddenly
ridiculus
ridiculous
semel
once, a single time
sic
thus, in this way
superbus
proud, arrogant
talis
of such a kind
tam
so, to such a degree
tantum
only
tantus
so great
tot
so many
tristis
sad
turpis
base, shameful
unde
from where
urbanus
of the city
usque
all the way, continuously
ut + indic.
when
utrum . . . an
whether . . . or
vero
truly, indeed
vivus
alive, living
ingenium
nature
invidia
envy
lector
reader, speaker
lex
law
limen
shore
luna
moon
lux
light
mensa
table
moenia
walls
nata
daughter
nox
night
occasio
opportunity
osculum
kiss
parens
parent
paupertas
poverty
pectus
heart, breast
praemium
reward
princeps
first, foremost
rumor
report, rumor
sidus
star (genitive: sideris)
somnus
sleep
stella
constellation
vesper
evening (genitive: vesperi)
vinculum
chain, bond
vinum
wine