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Dan's Latin 051

Vocabulary for Cicero's Tusculan Disputations for Latin 051 at the University of Vermont.
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quis, quid
Interogative pronoun - who? what?
hic, haec, hoc
Demonstrative pronoun - this
magnus, a, um
comparative, maior - superlative, maximus - great
animus, i
m. the rational soul
aequitas, atis
f. uniformity, evenness - the quality of being aequus
mors, tis
f. death
laudo
-are, - avi, - atum - to praise
ipse, ipsa, ipsum
Demonstrative pronoun - self
malus, a, um
comparative, peior - superlative, pessimus - bad
iudico
-are, -avi, -atum - to examine, judge, decide
vado
-ere, vasi, vasum - to go, walk, rush
enim
conj. for, for instance, namely, in fact
idem, eadem, idem
Demonstrative pronoun - same
paucus, a, um
few, little (the sing. is rare)
post
adv. behind, back, afterwards, after
annus, i
m. year
scyphus, i
m. cup, goblet
scelus, eris
n. crime, sin
iudex, icis
f. judge
quo
adv. where, to which place, whither
tyrannus, i
m. ruler, despot, monarch
igitur
conj. then, thereupon, consequently
is, ea, id
Demonstrative pronoun - this or that (already mentioned)
oratio, onis
f. speech, discourse, faculty of language
qui, quae, quod
Relative pronoun - who, which
facio
facere, feci, factum - make, produce, do
utor
-i, usum - dep. - to use, enjoy +ablative
apud
prep. + acc. - with, at, by, near, among
multo
-are, -avi, - atum - punish, sentence to pay
spes, spei
f. hope
teneo
-ere, -tenui - to have, hold, grasp
evenio
-ire, eveni, eventum - come to pass, happen, befall
mitto
-ere, misi, missum - to send, dispach
necesse
adj. only nom. and acc. sing. with esse or habere - inevitable, necessary
alter
adj.- altera, alterum (gen. -ius) - one, the other (of two)
aut...aut
conj. either...or
sensus, us
m. a perceiving, observation
omnino
adv. - altogether, wholly, utterly
omnis, e
adj. - all, every
aufero
auferre, abstuli, ablatum (ab+fero) - to take away, remove
alius, alia, aliud
adj. (gen. -ius) - another, other
quidam, quaedam, quodam
indef. pronoun - a certain one or thing, somenody
locus, i
m. a place. spot
migro
-are, -avi, -atum - remove, depart, migrate
quam ob rem
interrogative - why? for what reason?
sive or seu
conj. - or if - as in if...or if
extinguo (exstinguo)
-ere, -nxi, -nctum - to put out, quench
somnus, i
m. sleep
similis, e
comp. similior, sup. simillimis - like, resembling, similar
numquam
adv. at no time, never
sin
conj. (si+ne) but if, if however
sine
prep. + abl. without
visum, i
n. a thing seen, sight, appearance
visus, us
m. act of seeing, faculty of sight. a looking
somnium, i
n. a dream
somnus, i
m. sleep
somnio
-are, -avi, -atum - to dream
placatus, a, um
smooth, quiet, gentle
quietus, a, um
at rest, inactive, quiet
quies, etis
f. rest, repose, quiet
adfero
adferre, attuli, adlatum (sometimes aff-) - to bring, carry, apply
lucrum, i
n. gain, profit, advantage
emorior
-i dep. to die, die off
quam
adv. how, how much, to what degree
dies, diei
m. (sometimes f.) day
reperio
-ire, repperi, repertum - find, find out, discover
possum
posse, potui - to be able, have power, can
talis, e
adj. such, of such a kind
qualis, e
adj. of what kind, what sort
antepono
-ere, posui, positum - to set before, to prefer
perpetuitas, atis
f. uninterrupted duration, continuity
beatus, a, um
happy, blessed
tempus, oris
n. time
verum, i
n. truth, reality, fact
dico
-ere, dixi, dictum - to say, speak, declare
migratio, onis
f. removal, change, migration
ora, ae
f. border, margin, coast, shore
vita, ae
f. life
excedo
-ere, excessi, excessum - to go out, depart, leave
incolo
-ere, incolui - to inhabit, dwell
cum
prep. + abl. with
numerus, i
m. a number
volo
velle, volui - to want, wish
evado
-ere, evasi, evasum - to come out, go forth, escape, evade
venio
-ire, veni, ventum - to come, arrive
appello
-are, -avi, -atum - to call, address, speak to
vivo
-ere, vixi - to live
fides
(gen. rare) trust, faith
peregrinatio, onis
f. a sojourn abroad, traveling
mediocris, e
adj. medium, moderate, ordinary
vero
adv. in truth, certainly
conloquor
-i, -conlocutum - to talk, converse
licet
-ere, -licuit and licitum est - it is allowed
tandem
adv. at length, finally
aestimo
-are, -avi, -atum - to estimate, value, rate