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Latin II 4.05

Latin II Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
alveus, i, m. hollowed-out boat
ars, artis, f. skill /art, artisian
artifex, artificis, m. craftsman /artifice
census, census, m. census, enrollment of names
concordia, -ae, f. agreement /concordance
foedus, foederis, n. a league of states, an agreement between individuals /federation
frater, fratris, m brother /fraternity, fraternal, fratricide, fraternize
lupa, lupae, f. wolf
maleficium, i, n. a wrongdoing, an evil deed
mater, matris, f. mother /maternal, maternity, matricide
mors, mortis f. death /mortal, immortal, post mortem
omen, ominis, n. sign /ominous
ops, opis, f. wealth, resources, power /opulent
opus, operis, n. a work /opera, opus (as in #9)
pater, patris, m. father, elder /paternal, paternity
portus, portus, m. port, harbor
prodigium, i, n. portent, prodigy, sign /prodigious
soror, sororis, f. sister /sorority, sororicide
superbia, superbiae, f. pride, haughtiness
urbs, urbis f. city /urban, suburb
condo, condere, condidi, conditum to build, found
creo, -are, -avi, -atus to make, create, produce /creation
expello, -ere, -puli, -pulsus expel, throw out /expulsion
fio, fieri, factus sum to be made, to be done
iacio, iacere, ieci, iactum to throw /eject, project
nutrio, nutrire, nutrivi, nutritus to suckle, nourish /nutrient, nutricious
ferox, ferocis courageous, wild, unbridled /ferocious
iustus, a, um just
moribundus, a, um dying, expiring /moribund
nullus, -a, -um none, no one /null, nullify
siccus, a, um dry
autem however
quam than (with a comparative adj.)
Created by: samantha.spark