Chapter 36 Vocab

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adulescens, adulescentis, m
young man
qui homines
which/those men
Kalendae, Kalendarum, f. pl
Kalends (the 1st day of every month)
Nonae, Nonarum, f. pl.
Nones (either the 5th or the 7th day of the month)
Idus, Iduum, f. pl
Ides (either the 13th or 15th day of the month)
consul, consulis, m.
consul
tristis, -is, -e
sad
viginti
twenty
audax, audacis
bold
Ianuarius, a, um
of January
Februarius, a, um
of February
Martius, a, um
of March
Aprilis, is, e
of April
Maius, a, um
of May
Iunius, a, um
of June
Quintilis, is, e
of July
Iulius, a, um
of July
Sextilis, is, e
of August
Augustus, a, um
of August
September, Septembris, Septembre
of September
October, Octobris, Octobre
of October
November, Novembris, Novembre
of November
December, Decembris, Decembre
of December
huc
here, to here
pridie + acc
the day before any marker day
ante diem + acc (a.d.)
days before a marker day
libenter
gladly
rursus
again
sane
certainly, of course
quam
than (with comparisons)
quam
as.....as possible (with superlatives)
quam
how...how much?
moratus est
he has stayed
regressus est
he has returned
proficiscetur
he will set out
condo, condere, condidi, conditus
to found, establish
persuadeo, persuadere, persuasi, persuasus
to make something (acc) agreeable to someone (dat) to persuade someone of something
secuti sunt
(they) followed
conatus est
(he) tried
sis (si vis)
if you wish, please
-que, (enclitic- means that it is attached to the end of another word as it is not a word by itself)
and
Quam
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