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Ecce Romani Ch. 59A Reading Vocab

Copied from a set by MagisterSeabass, but with some formatting changed and put in order by part of speech. Note: It might be useful, in Learn and Test modes, to change the configuration (on the right side of the screen) so that it ignores punctuation and stuff in parantheses when grading, and also so that it "Prompts with Term"
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arbitror
arbitrari, arbitratus sum, 1 (dep); to think, judge
caedes
caedis, f, 3; slaughter, killing, murder (gen. pl. caedium)
confero
conferre, contuli, collatus, irreg.; to bring together, bestow, apply
coniuratio
coniurationis, f, 3; conspiracy
consilium
consilii, n, 2; plan
designo
designare, designavi, designatus, 1; to mark, indicate, designate
furor
furoris, m, 3; madness, frenzy
iacto
iactare, iactavi, iactatus, 1; to toss around
immo
rather, on the contrary
mos
moris, m, 3; custom, habit, (pl) character
noto
notare, notavi, notatus, 1; to mark, mark out
os
oris, n, 3; mouth, face
pestis
pestis, f, 3; plague, destruction, death (gen. pl. pestium)
proximus
proxima, proximum; nearest, next, most recent
superior
superior, superius; higher, earlier, previous (gen superioris)
vultus
vultus, m, 4; face, expression
intellego
intellegere, intellexi, intellectus, 3; to understand, realize
iste
ista, istud; that (expressing contempt)
oportet
oportere, oportuit, 2 (impersonal); it is fitting, ought, should
pateo
patere, patui, 2; to be open, be exposed
quisque
quisque, quidque; each, each person, each one
sese
him / her / it / themselves (alternate form of se)
telum
teli, n, 2; weapon, spear