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LATN102 - Apuleius Week 10 Vocabulary Set

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abiciō abicere abiēcī abiectum
to throw down/away
abripiō abripere abripuī abreptus
to take away violently
accēdō accēdere accessī accessum
to approach, be added, be included
accurrō -ere -currī (-cucurrī) -cursus
to run to
adeō
such a degree, so
adfātus -ūs m.
act of speaking; address
aduncus -a -um
hooked, bent
aedēs aedis f.
building, shrine
affricō -āre -fricuī -fricātum
to rub on or against
āla ālae f.
wing, armpit
āmentia āmentiae f.
madness
amplector amplectī amplexus sum
to embrace
anfrāctus -ūs m.
breaking round; the winding of way in and out
anus anūs f.
old woman
applaudō -ere -plausī
to strike one thing upon another
arcula -ae f.
a small box, casket
arrigō -ere -rēxī -rēctus
to raise up; erect; bristle up
aspectus aspectūs m.
sight
astus -ūs m.
cunning (abl. astu)
assevērō -āre
to affirm, assert
āter atra atrum
black
attonō attonāre attonuī attonitus
to thunder at
attrahō -ere -trāxī -trāctus
to draw or bring to
auctus -a -um
abundant, ample
brachium brachī(ī) n.
arm
būbō -ōnis m.
owl
cauda -ae f.
the tail, coda
cautus -a -um
cautious, careful, prudent
cōgō cogere coēgī coāctus
to drive together; compel
cohibeō -ēre -uī -itus
to hold together
compellō compellere compulī compulsus
to drive
complector complectī complexus sum
to embrace
compleō complere complēvī complētus
to fill up
compressiō -ōnis f.
concise expression
cōnātus cōnātūs m.
attempt (noun)
contegō -ere -tēxī -tēctus
to cover
contemplātiō -ōnis f.
a viewing, contemplation
contrārius -a -um
opposite
contumēlia contumēliae f.
insult
corium -ī n.
skin
crassō -āre (no perf.)
to thicken, condense
cutis -is f.
the skin
dēcantō -āre
to keep singing, bewitch
dēfricō dēfricāre dēfricuī dēfricātus
to rub down
dēiciō dēicere dēiēcī deīctum
to throw down, eject
dēlēniō dēlēnīre dēlēniī dēlēnītum
to soothe; soften
dēlibuō -ere -uī -ūtum
to anoint with a liquid
dēnsitās -ātis f.
thickness, density
deōsculor -ārī
to kiss warmly, affectionately; to praise, laud highly
dēprōmō -ere -prōmpsī -prōmptus
to draw forth
dētegō -ere -tēxī -tēctus
to uncover
dēvestiō -īre
to undress
dūrō dūrāre dūrāvī dūrātus
to harden, endure
ēdō ēdere ēdidī ēditus
to emit, bring forth
effundō effundere effūdī effūsus
to pour out
ēgerō ēgerere ēgessī ēgestum
to carry out, remove
ēnōrmis, -is, -e
irregular
ēvincō -ere -vīcī -victus
to conquer completely; overcome
exardescō -ardescere -arsī -arsum
to catch fire, blaze up
exitium existi(ī) n.
destruction, ruin
expediō expedīre expediī/expedīvī expedītus
to set free; (impersonal) be useful
extimus -a -um
outermost, furthest
facessō -ere -cessī -cessītus
to do effectively; perform
flēbilis -e
worthy of tears, lamentable
fluctuō (1)
to wave
forāmen -inis n.
an opening, hole
forīnsecus
out of doors, out
frequentia frequentiae f.
crowd, throng
gelidus -a -um
cold, icy
grātulor gratulārī gratulātus sum
to congratulate, rejoice
haereō haerēre haesī haesus
to stick to, hang on to
hauriō haurīre hausī hastus
to drain, drink, swallow
hiō hiāre hiāvī hiātus
to yawn
horridus -a -um
rough, uncouth
horripilō -āre
to bristle with hair, be shaggy
idōneus -a -um
appropriate
ignārus -a -um
ignorant
īlicō
in that very place, on the spot, there
immodicus -a -um
excessive
incēdō incēdere incessī incessus
to go, happen; proceed; walk (in a stately manner)
indicō (1)
to point out, accuse
īnflō (1)
to blow into; fill
ingemīscō ingemīscere ingemuī —
to utter a groan, heave a sigh, groan over
ingrātis
against the will (of)
iniciō -ere -iēcī -iectum
to throw, lay hands on
īnsīgne īnsīgnis n.
medal, decoration
īnsonus -a -um
without sound, noiseless, silent
instanter
earnestly, pressingly
īnstaurō (1)
to build; perform
irrēpō (or inrēpō) irrēpere irrēpsī
to crawl along, creep in
irruptiō -ōnis f.
an irruption
iugulō (1)
to cut the throat; slay
labia (labea) -ae f.
a lip
lacinia -ae f.
lacinia -ae f. hem, fringe
lātrō (1)
to bark
lātus -a -um
broad, wide
lībrō (1)
to balance
lucerna -ae f.
a lamp, oil-lamp
luctor -ārī
to wrestle, struggle, strive
monitum -ī n.
an admonition; counsel; advice
mōnstrum mōnstrī n.
omen; monster
nequeō nequīre nequiī/nequīvī nequitum
to be unable
nimietās -ātis f.
excess, redundancy, superfluity
oblīquō (1)
to bend
obserō -ere -sēvī -situs
to plant upon or over
obstupefaciō -facere -fēcī -factus
to amaze, stun
oleagineus -a -um
of or belonging to an olive tree
operculum -ī n.
cover, lid
ostēnsiō -ōnis f.
a showing, exhibiting, manifestation
ōstium ōsti(ī) n.
door
pannus -ī m.
a piece of cloth
patefaciō patefacere patefēcī patefactum
to reveal
paulātim
gradually
paulisper
for a short while
pecūlium -ī n.
property; money
pennula -ae f.
a little wing
percieō -ēre — -itus
to move or rouse greatly, to stir up, excite
perdō perdere perdidī perditus
to destroy
perdūcō perdūcere perdūxī perductum
to bring to/over
perēmptor -ōris m.
killer, destroyer, murderer
perfricō (1)
to rub all over
perīclitābundus -a -um
trying, testing, making a trial or essay
perlinō -ere -lēvī
to smear all over
perpetior -petī -pessus sum
to bear to the end, endure
pīgnus -oris n.
pledge
pilus -ī m.
a hair; something of no value or significance
plānus -a -um
level, flat
plūsculus -a -um
somewhat more, a little more
pōne
behind, after
porrigō porrigere porrēxī porrēctum
to stretch forth
praecēdō -ere -cessī -cessus
to go before
praeparō (1)
to prepare, make preparations
praesēns
present
pre(he)ndō -ere prendī prēnsum
to lay hold of, grasp, snatch
proelium proeliī n.
battle
proinde
just as
prolixus -a -um
well-disposed, obliging, courteous
prōmicō (1)
to gleam forth, to spring forth, start forth
propior propius; proximus -a -um
nearer; nearest
pyxis -idis f.
a small box
queō quīre quīvī/quiī quitus
to be able
quispiam quaepiam quidpiam
anybody, anything
quīvīs quaevīs quodvīs or (subst.) quidvīs
who or what you please
reclūdō -ere -clūsī -clūsus
to unclose; to open
recordor recordārī recordātus sum
to remember
reniteō -ēre
to shine back, flash
renītor -nītī -nīsus sum
to strive or struggle against, resist
renuō renuere renuī —
to deny (by motion of the head)
repentīnus -a -um
sudden
respectō (1)
to look round
resultō resultāre --- resultātus
to leap back or again
retegō retegere retēxī retēctus
to uncover, reveal
revēlō (1)
to unveil, uncover
rīma -ae f.
cleft; crack
saeta -ae f.
bristle; stiff hair
saeviō saevīre saeviī saevitum
to rage
sānē
reasonably
sēcernō sēcernere sēcrēvī sēcrētum
to separate
secus n. (indecl.)
a division, segment
sēdō (1)
to soothe
singultiō -īre
to hiccup
sōlor -ātus sum
to console
somniō (1)
to dream
specula -ae f.
lookout; watch-tower
strīdor -ōris m.
a screech
sublīmō (1)
elevate
succumbō -ere -cubuī -cubitus
to fall down; succumb
succussus (subc-) -ūs m.
a shaking, jolting
tenellus -a -um
soft, tender, delicate; of tender age
terminus -ī m.
boundary line; limit
trānsigō trānsigere trānsēgī trānsāctum
to stab, drive through
trūdō -ere -sī -sus
to thrust
unguēdō -inis f.
an ointment, unguent
unguis -is m.
fingernail; claw, talon
ungula -ae f.
hoof
unguō -ere (ungō -ere) -ūnxī -ūnctus
to anoint
ūter ūtris m.
(wine) skin
venter ventris m.
stomach, belly
volātus -ūs m.
flight
vulnerō (1)
to wound