100 terms

Qtr 1 vocab and expressions

STUDY
PLAY
ab (prep)
away from, by, from
abhinc (adv)
ago, previously
ac (conj)
and, indeed
accido,
accidere, accidi: to happen, fall down
acer
acris, acre: sharp, keen, quick
acies
aciei (f): battle line, keenness, edge
ad (prep)
to, toward, against, at, near
adeo
(adv): so, therefore
adhuc
(adv): thus far, even, still
adipiscor,
adipisci, adeptus sum: to obtain
adorior,
adoriri, adortus sum: to rise to, attack
advenio,
advenire, adveni, adventurus: to arrive, reach, come to
adversus
-a, -um: opposite, turned towards
aedifico,
aedificare, aedificavi, aedificatus: to build
aeger
aegra, aegrum: sick, weary, ill
aer
aeris (m): air, weather
ago,
agere, egi, actus: to drive, do, discuss
aio,
aiere: to say yes, state, assert
aliquis
aliquid (pronoun): someone, anyone
alter
altera, alterum: one of two, second
altus
alta, altum: high, deep, great, ancient
amo,
amare, amavi, amatus: to like, love, please
ambulo,
ambulare, ambulavi, ambulatus: to walk, travel, march
amicus
amica, amicum: friend, friendly
amitto,
amittere, amisi, amissus: to send away, lose
amor
amoris (m): love
ancilla
ae (f): female slave
anima
-ae (f): spirit, breath, soul, wind
animadverto,
animadvetere, animadverti, animadversus: to notice
animus
-i (m): soul, heart, character, courage, mind, spirit, will
annus
-i (m): year
apud (prep)
at the house of, at, near, among
aqua
-ae (f): water, aqueduct
ara
-ae (f): altar, refuge, protection
ardeo,
ardere, arsi, arsus: to burn, be on fire, glow
arma
-ōrum (n): weapons, armor, tools
ars
artis (f): art, skill, occupation, character
at (conj)
but, however
atque (conj)
and, also
auctoritas
auctoritatis (f): authority, influence
audeo,
audere, ausus sum: to dare, venture
audio,
audire, audivi, auditus: to hear, listen to
augeo,
augere, auxi, auctus: to increase, furnish
aura
-ae (f): breeze, air
aut (conj)
but, moreover, yet, however
autem (conj)
but, moreover, now, however
auxilium
-i (n): help, aid, assistance
bellum
-i (n): war, strife
bibo,
bibere, bibi, bibitus: to drink
bonus(adj)
-a, -um: good, noble, loyal, useful
bracchium
bracchii (n): arm, branch
brevis(adj)
brevis, breve: short, brief, shallow
cado,
cadere, cecidi, casus: to fall
caelum
caeli (n): sky, heavens, air, climate
campus
campi (m): plain, field, space
cano,
canere, cecini, cantus: to sing, chant, prophesy
carmen
carminis (n): song, poem, prophecy
castra
castrorum (n): camp
cena
cenae (f): dinner, dish, course
centum
one hundred
cerno,
cernere, crevi, cretus: to see, discern, decide, separate
ceteri
ceterae, cetera: the others, the rest
civis
civis (m/f): citizen
clamo,
clamare, clamavi, clamatus: to shout, call out
cliens
clientis (m): client, follower, dependent
cogo,
cogere, coegi, coactus: to collect, compel, bring
cogito,
cogitare, cogitavi, cogitatus: to think of, consider
comes
comitis (m/f): companion
complus
compluris: several
conor,
conari, conatus sum: to try, strive, undertake
confido,
confidere, confisus sum: to trust
coniunx,
coniugis (m/f): husband, wife
consilium
-i (n): plan, council, meeting
constat
constare: it is evident
contra (prep)
against, opposite, facing
copia
-ae (f): supply
cornu
-us (n): horn
corpus
corporis (n): body
cras (adv)
tomorrow
credo,
credere, credidi, creditus + (dat.): to trust, believe
crudelis
-is, -e: cruel
culpa
-ae (f): fault, blame
cuncti (adj)
-ae, -a: all
cur (adv)
why
do,
dare, dedi, datus: to give
dea
-ae (f): goddess
decet,
decere, decuit: it is right, fitting, seemly
deinde (adv)
then, next
deliciae
deliciarum (f): pleasure, delight, fun
denique (adv)
finally, at last
deus
dei (m): god
dico,
dicere, dixi, dictus: to say, tell
dies
diei (m): day
digitus
-i (m): finger
dignus
-a, -um (adj): worthy of
disco,
discere, didici, discitus: learn
diu (adv):
for a long time
doceo,
docere, docui, doctus: to teach
doleo,
dolere, dolui, doliturus: to be sad, grieve
dominus
-i (m): master
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...