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Latin Midterm

videt: vidit He sees
emit: emit He buys
vocat: vocavit He calls
audit: audivit He hears, He listens
venit: venit He comes
habitat: habitavit He lives
ambulat: ambulavit He walks
eligit: elegit He chooses
portat: portavit He carries
respondet: respondit He replies
salit: saluit He leaps, He jumps
intrat: intravit He enters
recumbit: recumbuit He lies down, He reclines
stat: stetit He stands
spectat: spectavit He looks at, He watches
gustat: gustavit He takes
parat: paravit He prepares
laborat: laboravit He works
quaerit: quaesivit He searches for, He looks for
dormit: dormivit He sleeps
sedet: sedit He sits
stola (long) dress
homo person, man
iterum again
tamen however
quod because
subito suddenly
mortuum dead
salutat: salutavit He greets
ponit: posuit He puts, He places
dat: dedit He gives
timet: timuit He is afraid, He fears
laudat: laudavit He praises
cena dinner
amicus friend
dominus master (of the house)
ad to, at
coquus cook
cibum food
servus slave
hortus garden
pecunia money
puella girl
panis bread
ancilla slave-girl, slave-woman
vinum wine
cives citizen
nauta sailor
uxor wife
pulcher beatiful, handsome
postquam after, when
urbs city
valde very much, very
igitur therefore
lente slowly
sum I am
es You are
est He/she/it is
sumus We are
estis You (pl.) are
sunt They are
eram I was
eras You were
erant He/she/it was
eramus We were
eratis You (pl.) were
erant They were
ego I
mihi To me
me me
tu You
tibi To you
te You
vos You (pl.)
vobis To You (pl.)
nos We
- nobis To us
plaudit (He applauds) applaud, applause, plaudit
ambulat (He walks) ambulance, preamble, perambulator, ambulatory
omnis (all) omnivorous, omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent, omnibus, bus
solus (alone) sole, solo, solitude, desolation, solitary, soliloquy
imperium (empire) imperial, imperious, emporer, empire
sententia (opinion) sentence, sententious
ostendit (He shows) osensible, ostentatious
medius (middle) media, median, medium, mediocre, medieval
bibit (He drinks) bibulous, imbibe
ridet (He laughs, smiles) risible, deride, derision, derisive, ridiculous
spectat (He watches) spectator, spectacle
vocat (He calls) advocate, vocation, vocational, avocation, vocal, evoke
sanguis (blood) sanguine, sanguinary, consanguineous
pugnat (He fights) pugnacious, pugilist, repugnant
incitat (He uges on) incite, incentive
umbra (ghost, shadow) penumbra, umbrella, umbrageous
pecunia (money) pecuniary, impecunious
mendax (liar) mendacious, mendacity
senex (old man) senate, senior, sir, sire, senility
sedet (He sits) sedentary, sedative
ancilla (slave-girl) ancillary
avarus (miser) avarice
fortis (brave, strong) fortitude
vituperat (He curses) vituperation
filius (son) filial, affiliate
laudat (He praises) laudatory, cum laude
salutat (He greets) salute
iter (journey) itenerary
Created by: rtgiggle