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53 terms

Latin Vocab Stages 44-46

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aspicio, aspicere, aspexi, aspectum
look towards, catch sight of
careo, -ere, -ui, -itum (+abl)
to lack, be without
condo, condere, condidi, conditum
hide, found
coniungo, -ere, coniunxi, coniunctum
to join
cresco, -ere, crevi, cretum
to grow
cupido, cupidinis (f)
desire
felix, felix, felix - gen. felicis
lucky, happy
ignotus, -a,- um
unknown
impono, -ere, -posui, -positum
put into, put onto, impose
licet, licere, licuit
to be allowed
mihi licit
I am allowed
pateo, -ere, patui
to lie open
paulatim
gradually
possideo, possidere, possedi, possesssum
to possess
requio, -ere, requisivi, requisitum
search for, ask
tellus, -us (f)
land, earth
una (cum)
together
uterque, utraque, utrumque
both, each of two
-ve
or
velut
like, as
vinculum, vinculi (n)
fastening, chain
beatus, -a, -um
prosperous, happy
candidus, -a, -um
bright, shinning
etsi
although, even if
fas (n)
(that which is morally) right, proper
fleo, -ere, flevi, fletum
to weep
modo . . . modo
now . . . now, sometimes . . . sometimes
mulier, mulieris (f)
woman
otium, otii (n)
leisure
rumpo, -ere, rupi, ruptum
to break, split
sensus, -us (m)
feeling, sense
tego, -ere, texi, tectum
to cover
tenuis, -is, -e
thin
vilis, vilis, vile
cheap
affero, afferre, attuli, adlatum
bring, report
arguo, arguere, argui, argutum
declare, show, prove
commodo, commodare, commodavi, commodatum
give, supply
egregius, egregia, egregium
remarkable, outstanding, excellent
expono, exponere, exposui, expositum
set out, explain; unload
exsisto, exsistere, exstiti, exstitum
appear, emerge, stand out
fateor, feteri, fassus sum
admit, confess
foedus, foederis (n)
treaty, agreement, bargain
gloria, gloriae (f)
glory, fame
imago, imaginis (f)
image, statue, ghost
inimicitia, inimicitiae (f)
enmity, hostility
potius quam
rather than
progedior, progredi, progressus sum
proceed, advance
quamdiu
as long as
ratio, rationis (f)
reason, accounting
repello, repellere, reppuli, repulsum
repel, push back
sumo, sumere, sumpsi, sumptum
take
turpis, turpis, turpe
shameful, disgraceful
vitium, vitii (n)
sin, fault, vice