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LATN102, Week 12 Vocabulary

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adūrō -ūrere -ussī -ustum
to set on fire, burn off
colluvies (conl-) -eī f.
filth, dregs, washings
dēprōmō -ere -prōmpsī -prōmptus
to draw forth
dētegō -ere -tēxī -tēctus
to uncover
efflīctim
agonizingly, in torment
ēvomō -ere -uī -itus
to vomit out or up
ferveō fervēre ferbuī or fervō fervere fervī
to boil; (fig.)
gestiō -ōnis f.
a doing, performance
hem
indeed! aha! hah! well! (surprise)
inhiō inhiāre inhiāvī inhiātus
to gape at or over; inspect
mēnsūra -ae f.
a measuring, measurement
nīsus nīsus m.
pressure
noxius -a -um
guilty, hurtful
patulus -a -um
opening, wide
percieō -ēre — -itus
to move or rouse greatly, to stir up, excite
perīclitābundus -a -um
trying, testing, making a trial or essay
pertractō -āre
to pass the hand over; examine in detail
petulāns -antis
impudent
pharetra -ae f.
quiver
pungō pungere pupugī pūnctum
to prick, puncture
rīmor -ātus sum
to force open in cracks or chinks; (fig.)
rōrō rōrāre rōrāvī rōrātus
to be moist with dew; (fig.)
stīlla -ae f.
a drop
summa summae f.
peak, sum
accumbō -cumbere -cubuī -cubitum
to lie down
adligō adligāre adligāvī adligātus
to tie or bind to; hold fast
adōrō adōrāre adōrāvī adōrātus
to pray to, venerate
aliquantus -a -um
of some size, moderate
alumnō -āre
to educate, nourish
amnicus -a -um
of or pertaining to a river
asinārius -iī m.
a donkey driver or owner
calōrātus -a -um
hot, heated; incited, furious
canīnus -a -um
of a dog, canine
cicātrīx -īcis f.
a scar
cohibeō -ēre -uī -itus
to hold together
conclūdō -ere -clūsī -clūsus
to shut completely; shut around
congruus -a -um
agreeing, fit, suitable
conlābor -lāpsus sum
to slip or fall together; fail; sink down
cōntiō cōntiōnis f.
assembly, public meeting
contrīstō contrīstāre contrīstāvī contrīstātus
to make sad
cōperculum -ī n.
a cover, a lid
cottīdiānus -a -um
daily
crassus -a -um
thick, fat; crass, coarse
dēlībō dēlībāre dēlībāvī dēlībātus
to sip; kiss
dētergeō -ēre or dētergō -ere -tersī -tersum
to wipe off, wipe away
diūtinus (diutinus) -a -um
of long duration
ēligō ēligere ēlēgī ēlēctus
to pick out, select
gerulus -ī m.
a carrier, porter
impār -aris
unequal, in unequal combat
inedia -ae f.
starvation
īnfāmō -infāmāre
to defame
innoxius -a -um
harmless, innocent
invādō invādere invāsī invāsum
to go in
lātrātus -ūs m.
barking; baying
lēgātiō lēgātiōnis f.
embassy
lēgitimus (lēgitumus) -a -um
lawful, legitimate; genuine, real
meātus -ūs m.
going; passage
nāvita -ae m.
sailor, mariner
nāviter
diligently, actively, zealously
nummus -ī m.
coin, money
obsequium -ī n.
deference, solicitude
occāsiō occāsiōnis f.
opportunity
offula (offula) -ae f.
a little bit, a small piece
pedica -ae f.
a snare
profectō
surely
prōspicuus -a -um
looking forward, looking into the future
prōvolō -āre
to fly forth
pūnctulum -ī n.
a slight prick, a small point
reserō reserāre reserāvī reserātus
to unbolt; open
resīdō -ere -sīdere -sēdī
to sit down, sink down, shrink
residuus -a -um
left over, remaining
revēlō -āre
to unveil, uncover
sedīle -is n.
bench
sēmita -ae f.
lane
sōpiō sōpīre sōpīvī sōpītum
to put to sleep, lull to sleep
status -a -um
fixed; regular
stīps stīpis m
a contribution in money, gift, donation, alms, contribution, dole
subdolus -a -um
cunning, deceitful
supernatō -āre
to swim above or on top, to float
temerārius -a -um
accidental; thoughtless, impetuous
terminō termināre termināvī terminātus
to put bounds to; limit
textrīx -īcis f.
a female weaver
turris turris f.
tower
vāticinātiō -ōnis f.
a prophecy, prediction
vector vectōris n.
one who carries
vēlōx -ōcis
fast
venerius -a -um
of or belonging to Venus
adedō -ere -ēdī -ēsum
to consume
ānulātus -a -um
shackled, bound
attonō attonāre attonuī attonitus
to thunder at
canthērius -ī m.
a gelding (a castrated horse)
cariōsus -a -um
decayed, rotten
castīgātiō -ōnis f.
chastisement, punishment
centunculus -ī m.
a small patch, patchwork
circumcursiō -ōnis f.
a running around
coitus coitūs m.
meeting together; sexual union
commūtātiō -ōnis f.
a change
contruncō -āre
to cut down, cut to pieces
contubernium -ī n.
tent-companionship; slave marriage, sexual relationship
cōpiōsus -a -um
plentiful
cōpula -ae f
a rope, tie
costa -ae f.
rib
dēbilis -e
disabled, maimed
dēfōrmis dēfōrme
misshapen
dēmergō -ere -mersī -mersus
to dip
dētrūdō -ere -trūsī -trūsus
to thrust down or away; push off from
dēpingō -pingere -pīnxī -pictum
to paint, draw, embroider
dīmoveō -ēre -mōvī -mōtus
to move apart or away; remove
exasperō -āre -āvī -ātus
to make rough
exercitō -exercitāre
to practise; disturb
exulcerō -āre
to make sore; wound
familiāris familiāre
domestic, intimate
farīnulentus -a -um
mealy
follicō -āre (no perf)
to expand and contract one's self like a pair of bellows
helcium -ī n.
a yoke, horse-collar
hiulcus -a -um
opened
homunculus -ī m.
a little or weakly man, a manikin
immeritus -a -um
undeserving
indigus -a -um
needing, in want
ingignō ingignere ingenuī ingenitum
to implant
inoptābilis -e
undesirable, unpleasant
inumbrō inumbrāre inumbrāvī inumbrātus
to cast a shade upon; overshadow; shade
iūmentārius -a -um
of or belonging to draught-cattle, worked by draught-cattle
litterātus -a -um
versed in literature, cultured
lūminō lūmināre
to light up
lūror -ōris m.
a yellowish color, sallowness, paleness
maciēs -ēī f.
emaciation
maereō -ēre
to be sorrowful
memorō memorāre memorāvī memorātus
to remember
mēta mētae f.
limit, goal, boundary, turning point
multiscius -a -um
knowing much, of great knowledge
multivius -a -um
having many ways
obtegō -ere -tēxī -tēctus
to cover up or over
officīna -ae f.
workshop
palea -ae f.
a chaff; husk (of grain)
palpebrae -ārum f.
the eyelids
pannulus -ī m.
a small piece of cloth, rags, ragged clothing
perspergō -spergere -spersī -spersum
to besprinkle, tinge
plāgōsus -a -um
given to blows, fond of flogging
poētica -ae f.
the poetic art, poetry
postpōnō -pōnere -posuī -positum
to put after, neglect
praesaepe -is n.
an inclosure, manger, trough
pugil -ilis m.
a boxer, fist-fighter
pulsus -ūs m.
striking or beating; tramp
pulvisculus -ī m.
small dust, fine powder
putrēdō -inis f.
rotteness, putridity, festering
renūdō -āre -āvī -ātum
to uncover, reveal
scabiōsus -a -um
rough, scrufy; mangy, scabby
scissilis -e
cleft, rent, torn
sparteus -a -um
of a broom, made of broom
tegīle -is n.
a covering, cover
trānsigō trānsigere trānsēgī trānsāctum
to stab, drive through
trītūra -ae f.
chafing
tunicō -āre -āvī -ātus
to clothe with a tunic
tussēdō -inis f.
a cough
uspiam
at any place, anywhere, somewhere
vapōrōsus -a -um
full of steam, steaming, vaporous
vībex (vībix) -īcis f.
the mark of a blow, weal, flogging
absurdus -a -um
out of tune, harsh
altilis -e
fattened, fat
cantharus -ī m.
a pot
commoneō -monēre -monuī -monitum
to remind
cōnsistō cōnsistere cōnstitī cōnstitus
to take position; halt, stand
consonus -a -um
harmonious
contemperō -āre
to moderate or temper by mixing
contemplor -ārī
to look hard at, study, contemplate
conterreō -ēre -uī -itus
to frighten greatly; terrify
corām
(adv. or prep. + abl.) personally; openly, publicly
dehinc
then next
edūlia -ium n.
foods
epulum -ī n. or epulō -ōnis m.
a banquet
ēsca -ae f.
food
ēsitō -āre
to eat
excōgitō -āre -āvī -ātus
to devise
exinde (abbrev. exin)
from that place
exspectātiō exspectātiōnis f.
expectation
exsurgō (exurgō) -ere -surrēxī
to rise up; rise
fericulum (ferculum) -ī n. or fericulus -ī m.
a litter, carrying frame; a dish
forāmen -inis n.
an opening, hole
furcifer furciferī m. or furcifera -ae f.
a yoke-bearer, rascal
grātiōsus -a -um
popular
haustus -ūs m.
a drinking, swallowing
illībātus -a -um
undiminished, unotuched, uninjured
īnspergō inspergere -spersī -spersum
to sprinkle (over)
mānsuētūdō -inis f.
mercy
merum -ī n.
wine; wine unmixed with water
mulsum -ī n.
honey-wine, mead, wine mixed with honey
oborior -orīrī -ortus sum
to arise, appear
parasītus -ī m
a guest who takes advantage of hospitality
personō personuī personitus
to sound loudly; sing
piper -eris n.
pepper
praebibō -ere -bibī
to drink before, drink to one
quispiam quaepiam quidpiam
anybody, anything
quoad
as long as, until
redigō redigere redēgī redāctum
to drive back
scīscitor, scīscitārī, scīscitātus sum
to examine, interrogate
scrūpulōsus -a -um
full of sharp stones, rough, jagged, rugged
scurrula -ae m.
a little buffoon
suffarcinō -āre
to stuff full, cram, gorge
tantillum tantillī n.
so small