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Latin: An Intensive Course, Unit 1 Vocabulary

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ambulō (1)
walk
aqua, -ae, F.
water
clāmō (1)
shout
corōna, -ae, F.
crown, wreath
cum (prep. + abl.)
with
cūra, -ae, F.
care, concern, anxiety
dē (prep. + abl.)
concerning, about; (down from)
dō, dare, dedī, datus
give, grant
dōnō (1)
give, present, reward
ē, ex (prep. + abl.)
out of, from (ē before consonant)
enim (postpositive conj.)
indeed, of course; for
et (conj.)
and
et...et
both...and
fāma, -ae, F.
talk, report, rumor, fame, reputation
fēmina, -ae, F.
woman
fōrma, -ae, F.
form, shape, figure, beauty
habeō, -ēre, habuī, habitus
have, hold, possess, consider
impleō, -ēre, implēvī, implētus
fill, fill up
in (prep. + acc.)
into, onto (motion toward)
in (prep. + abl.)
in, on (place where)
īnsula, -ae, F.
island
nauta, -ae, M.
sailor
-ne (enclitic)
indicates a question (added to first word of interrogative sentence or clause)
nōn (adverb)
not
optō (1)
desire, wish (for); choose
patria, -ae, F.
native land, country
pecūnia, -ae, F.
money
poena, -ae, F.
penalty, punishment
poenās dare
to pay a penalty
poēta, -ae, M.
poet
porta, -ae, F.
gate
-que (enclitic)
and
rēgīna, -ae, F.
queen
sed (conj.)
but
sum, esse, fuī, futūrus
be, exist
taeda, -ae, F.
torch
terreō, -ēre, terruī, territus
frighten, alarm, terrify
timeō, -ēre, timuī, --
fear, be afraid (of)
turba, -ae, F.
crowd, uproar
via, -ae, F.
way, road, path, street
videō, -ēre, vīdī, vīsus
see