92 terms

Stage 14-17 Cambridge Latin Vocab

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annus, annī, m.
year
legiō, legiōnis,f.
legion(of army)
regiō, regiōnis, f.
Region, area
acer
fierce, sharp
facilis
easy
tacitus
silent, quiet
audeō, audēre
dare
cognoscō, cognoscere, cognovī
learn (in past), know
creō, -āre, āvī
create, make
effundō, effundere, effudī
pour out
incendō, incendere, incendī
set on fire
deinde
then
magis
more
primō
at first, first
quō modō
how?
tam
so, such
vix
hardly, scarcely
contrā
against
amicitia, amicitiae,f.
friendship
animus, animī, m.
soul, spirit
comēs, comitis, m.
comrade
cura, curae, f.
care, concern
cursus, cursūs, m.
course
dignitās, dignitātis, f.
dignity, solemnity
gaudium, gaudī, n.
joy
imperātor, imperātoris, m.
emperor
mare, maris, n.
sea
multitudō, multitudinis, f.
large number, crowd
oculus, oculī, m.
eye
pars, partis, f.
part
princeps, pricipis, m.
chief, prince
regīna, regīnae, f.
queen
sacerdōs, sacerdōtis, m.
priest
saxum, saxī, n.
rock
dexter
right
niger
black
niveus
snowy, snow-white
superbus
proud, arrogant
iaciō, iacere, iēcī
throw, hurl
moveō, movēre, movī
move
tangō, tangere, tetīgī
touch
tollō, tollere, sustulī
lift up, raise
vitō, -āre, āvi
avoid
intereā
meanwhile
circum
around, about
inter
between, among
sub
under
caput, capitic, n.
head
hora, horae, f.
hour
humus, humī, f.
ground, soil
insidiae, insidiarum, f.
trap, ambush
insula, insulae, f.
island
merx, mercis, f.
merchandise, goods
periculum, periculī, n.
danger
dulcis
sweet
miser
miserable, unfortunate
coepī
begin
frangō, frangere, frēgī
break
fundō, fundere, fudī
pour
transeō, transīre, transiī
cross, go across
denique
finally, at last
forte
by chance
extrā
outside of
prō
in front of, in place of
enim
for, because
anus, anūs, f.
old woman
hiems, hiemis, f.
winter
lacrima, lacrimae, f.
tear
matrōna, matrōnae, f.
lady, matron
milēs, militis, m.
soldier
pretium, pretī, n.
price, cost, value
quiēs, quiētis, f.
quiet, rest
carus
dear
celer
fast, quick
commōdus
convenient
levis
light, fickle
necesse
necessary
paucī
few
rusticus
country, rustic
tantus
so great, so big
tot
so many
urbānus
smart, sophisticated
cedō, cedere, cessī
yield, to give in to
deligō, deligere, delexī
choose
mandō, -āre, -āvī
command, order
noscō, noscere, novī
learn, get acquainted with
relinquō, relinquere, relīquī
abandon, leave behind
bene
well
lentē
slowly
libenter
gladly
nuper
recently
nam
for