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latin unforgivales exam 1

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laboro, are
i work
intro, intrare
i enter
laudo, are
i praise
paro, are
i prepare
narro, are
i tell
filia, ae
daughter( feminine)
via, ae
road, way (f)
video, ere
i see
curro, ere
i run
maneo, ere
i wait
ascendo, ere
i climb
duco, ere
i lead
mitto, ere
i send away
audio, ire
i listen
inquo, ere
i inquire
ad
+abl, towards, to
venio, ere
i come
accedo, ere
i approach
cur
why
multus, a, um
many
ludus, i
school (m)
rogo, ere
i ask
pono, ere
i put
do, dare
i give
facio, ere
i make
dico, ere
i say
cum
+abl, with
iubeo, ere
i order
cupio, ere
i desire
eo, ire
i go
debeo, ere
i ought
meus, a, um
my
prope
+acc, near
navigo, ere
i sail
capio, ere
i capture
fugio, ere
i flee
rex, regis
(m) king
comes, comitis
(c) comrade
princeps, princepis
(m) prince
urbs, urbis
(f) city
omne, omnis
all
a/ab
+abl, from
possum, posse
i am able
servo, are
i save
timeo, ere
i fear
solus, a, um
alone
mortuus,a, um
death
e/ex
+abl out of
circum
+acc, round
habeo, ere
i have
moneo, ere
i warn
conscendo, ere
i board a ship
accipio, ere
i recieve
labor, laboris
(m) work
novus,a, um
new
parvus, a, um
small
oro, are
i beg
tollo, ere
i lift
nauta, ae
(f) sailor
caelum, i
(n) sky
litus, litoris
(n) shore
periculum, i
(n) danger
verbum, i
(n) word
homo, hominis
(c) human
mare, maris
(n) sea
aedifico, are
i bulid
cognosco, ere
i get to know
erro, are
i wander
ostendo, ere
i show
invenio, ire
i find
fero, ere
i carry
patria, ae
(f) fatherland
bellum, i
(n) war
consilium, i
(n) plan
arma, arum
(n) armor
castra, orum
(n) camp
hostis, hostis
(c) enemy
amo, are
i love
placeo, ere
i please
peto, ere
i seek
animus, i
(m) mind
deus, i
(m) god
nuntius, i
(m) messenger
amor, amoris
(m) love
nunc
now
sonus, i
(m) sound
arbor, arboris
(f) tree
domina, ae
(f) mistress
lux, lucis
(f) light
vox, vocis
(f) voice
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
beautiful
qui, quae, quod
which
teneo, ere
i hold
colo, ere
i worhsip
vivo, ere
i live
locus, i
(m) place
carmen, carminis
(n) song
invenis, invenis
(m) young man
populus, i
(m) people
familia, ae
(f) family
miles, militis
(m) soldier
lavo, are
i wash
gero, ere
i carry, wear
cano, ere
i sing
hodie
today
postea
afterwards
extol
praise, glorify, or honor
subjugate
To conquer by force, bring under complete control
insurmountable
impossible to overcome
requiem
funeral song
acquiesce
to agree or express agreement; give in; back down
verbose
talking constantly
inextorable
not moved by anyones attempt to plead or persue
undulate
moving in a wave shape/ snake
bellicose
war like
belligerent
waging war; aggressivly hostile
errate
off course
incoginto
in discuise
ostentatious
accesive disply of something
ostensible
outwardly apparent; obvious
cognizant
aware, informed
notorious
having a bad reputation
complacent
pleased with ones self
animosity
strong dislike, hatred
deify
to idolize, to make a god
hiemal
pertaning to winter
placate
to appease or pacify
antecedent
proceding, beofre
posthumous
happening after death, when something happens after death
vociferous
big voice, shouting in a noisy way
pulchritude
having physical beauty
elucidate
to explain something
sonorous
producing sound
dissonance
unpleasant noise
lucid
capable of thinking and expressing yourself in a clear and consistent manner
contentious
causing argument
senile
mentally less accurate in later life
senescent
growing old
rejuvenate
to make someone or something young again
incantation
asset of words spoken or chanted as a magical spell
florid
high colored, showy
populace
the common people
dido
queen of carthage, married to aeneas, killed her self when aeneas left her
aeneas
king when troy fell, was told by gods to fined a new troy, feel in love with dido
ascanins
son of aeneas, founded Albalonga
amulus
evil brother who kicked numitor out of Albalonga
numitar
father of rhea silva, kicked out of Albalonga
rhea silva
mother of romulus and remus
romulus
twin of remus, son of Mars and Rhea Silva, killed brother, founded rome, raised by wolves
remus
killed by his twin romulus, son of mars and rhea silva, raised by wolves
mars
god, father of romulus and remus
vestil virgins
young girls selected from some of romes best families to saty virgins for 30 years, if found non-virgin they would be burned alive as a consequence
parilia
ancient festival for the purification of sheppards and heards, celebrated as Romes birthday
numina
ancient divine spirits
lares
household shrine honoring the household gods
augures
priests that interpret signs that tell them if the gods approve of a proposed idea
haruspices
priests that examine the organs of sacrificed animals
lararium
a shrine where the family prays everyday in their home and offers small gifts