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Henle Latin 2 Vocab

All Vocabulary from vocab lists in lessons in Henle Latin 2

crux, crucis cross
classis, classis fleet
cohors, cohortis cohort (a division of a legion containing 600 men)
consul, consulis consul
auctoritas, auctoritatis authority, influence
libertas, libertatis liberty
timor, timoris fear
barbarus, a, um barbarian, foreign
firmus, a, um strong, vigorous
plurimus, a, um very many, the greatest number, (pl. the most)
idoneus, a, um; w. dat. or ad w. acc suitable, proper, convenient
proximus, a, um w. dat. nearest, next
paco 1 tr. pacify
incolo, incolere, incolui 3 tr. inhabit, dwell in
capio, capere, cepi, captus 3 tr. take, capture
consilium capere to make a plan
facio, facere, feci, factus 3 tr. do, make
iter facere to make a journey, to march
fugio, fugere, fugi, fugiturus 3 intr. flee
cupio, cupere, cupivi, cupitus 3 tr. desire
jacio, jacere, jeci, jactus 3 tr. throw, hurl
-ne particle used in asking questions
num word used in asking questions, when the answer "no" is expected
nonne word used in asking a question when the answer "yes" is expected
quis, quid who, what
ubi where
cur why
reduco, reducere, reduxi, reductus 3, tr. lead back, draw back
rejicio, rejicere, rejeci, rejectus 3, tr. hurl back, drive back, repel
remitto, remittere, remissi, 3, tr. send back, return, release
repello, repellere, repulli, repulsus 3, tr. beat back, drive back
reprimo, reprimere, repressi, repressus 3, tr. press back, check, restrain
vivo, vivere, vixi, victurus 3, intr. live
praesidium, i garrison, protection
pilum, i javelin
rogo 1 tr. ask, request
quot, indecl. adj. how many
quantus, a, um how large, how great
quo, adv. whither, where (of motion)
scio 4, tr. know
quaero, quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitus 3, tr. seek, ask
dolor, doloris pain, sorrow
aperio, aperire, aperui, apertus 4, tr. open, uncover, expose
ego, mei I (pl. we)
tu, tui you
meus, a, um my, mine
noster, nostra, nostrum our, ours, our own
tuus, a, um your (of one person), yours, your own
vester, vestra, vestrum your (of more than one person), yours, your own
is, ea, id he (pl. they), she, it
ejus his, her, hers, its, of him etc.
eorum, earum their, of them etc.
sui himself (him), herself (her), itself (it), themselves (them)
suus, a, um his (own), her (own), its (own), their (own)
recipio, recipere, recepi, receptus 3, tr. take back (with a reflexive pronoun; withdraw, recover)
dedo, dedere, dedidi, deditus 3, tr. give up, devote, surrender
abdo, abdere, abdidi, abditus 3, tr. hide, conceal
dejicio, dejicere, dejeci, dejectus 3, tr. hurl down, cast down
cogo, cogere, coegi, coactus 3, tr. bring together, collect, force
relinquo, relinquere, reliqui, relictus 3, tr. leave, leave behind
divido, dividere, divisi, divisus 3, tr. divide, separate
fuga, ae flight
in fugam do, dare, dedi, datus 1, tr. put to flight
ex (e), prep. w. abl. out of, from
de, prep. w. abl. down from, out of, from, concerning (about)
ab (a), prep. w. abl. by (agent), away from, from
hic, haec, hoc this (pl.these)
is, ea, id that (pl. those), he, she, it, they, etc.
ille, illa, illud that (pl. those), he, she, it, they, etc.
causa, ae cause, reason
causa, preceded by gen. for the sake of
ratio, rationis method, reason, plan, way
diligo, diligere, dilexi, dilectus 3, tr. love
contra prep. w. acc. against, opposite
de causa for, on account of
interficio, interfecere, interfeci, interfectus 3, tr. kill
adduco, adducere, adduxi, adductus 3, tr. lead to, induce, influence
conspicio, conspicere, conspexi, conspectus 3, tr. observe, perceive
conficio, conficere, confeci, confectus 3, tr. accomplish, finish, exhaust
accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptus 3, tr. receive, take
facilius, comp. adv. more easily
ut, conj. that, in order that (in purpose clauses)
ne, conj. that ... not, in order that not (in negative purpose clauses)
quo, conj. that, in order that (in purpose clauses containing a comparative adverb or adjective)
diligens, diligentis careful, exact
audax, audacis daring, bold, courageous
acer, acris, acre sharp, fierce, eager
celer, celeris, celere swift
studeo, studere, studui 2, intr.; w. dat am eager (for), strive (after), am devoted (to)
resisto, resistere, restiti 3, intr.; w. dat remain behind, resist, withstand
praesum, praeese, praefui, praefuturus irreg., intr.; w. dat am over, am in command of
noceo, nocere, nocui, nociturus 2, intr.; w. dat harm, injure
praeficio, praeficere, praefeci, praefectus 3, tr.; w. dat of thing of which put in command of
hortor 1, tr. urge, encourage
vereor 2, tr. fear
sequor, seui, secutus sum 3, tr. follow, pursue
patior, pati, passus sum 3, tr. suffer, allow
orior, oriri, ortus sum 4, intr. rise, arise
loquor, loqui, locutus sum 3, tr. and intr. talk, speak
proficiscor, proficisci, profectus sum 3, intr. set out, depart
aggredior, aggredi, aggressus sum 3, tr. advance to, attack
cum conj. when
cohortor 1, tr. encourage
progredior, progredi, progressus sum 3, intr. go forward, advance proceed
dubius, a, um doubtful, uncertain
certus, a, um certain, fixed
certiorem (-es) facio, facere, feci, factus 3, tr.; acc. w. infin.; de w. abl. inform (lit. make (someone) more certain)
quam, adv. than
apud, prep. w. acc. among, in the presence of
nihil (short form: nil), n., indecl. noun nothing
nihil, adv. not, not at all
sub, prep. w. abl. under, at the foot of
sub, prep. w. acc. under, beneath, up to, about, toward (about and toward used of time)
qui, quae, quod who, what which, that
committo, committere,, commisi, commisus 3, tr. commit, allow
proelium committere to join battle, to begin battle
angustiae, angustiarum defile, narrow places, difficulties
inquit he says, he said (used only in direct quotations)
peccatum, i mistake, sin
ante, prep. w. acc. before (in time or place), in front of
extremus, a, um outermost, farthest, last
superior, superius higher, former
summus, a, um highest
ulterior, ulterius farther
ultimus, a, um farthest, last
medius, a, um middle
eo, ire, ivi (ii), itum irreg., intr. go
exeo, exire, exii (-ivi), exitum irreg., intr. go out
transeo, transire, transii (-ivi), transitus irreg., trans. go across, cross, pass
ineo, inire, inii (-ivi), initus irreg., tr. go into, enter upon
adeo, adire, adii (-ivi), aditus irreg., tr. go to, approach, visit
hora, ae hour
dies, diei m., (f.) day
mille indecl. adj. thousand
milia, milium n. thousands
decem indecl. numeral ten
quattor indecl. numeral four
pes, pedis, m. foot (of an animal, mountain, etc.; or a unit of measure)
passus, us a pace
mille passus a mile
dui adv. a long time, long (of time)
parum adv. little, too little
parum indecl. noun; w. gen. too little, not enough
satis adv. sufficiently
tuto adv. safely
multum adv. much, greatly
facile, adv. easily
ullus, a, um any
nullus, a, um no, none
solus, a, um alone, only (as an adjective)
totus, a, um whole, all of, the whole of
unus, a, um one
alius, alia, aliud other another
alter, altera, alterum (of two) the other, the one; second
uterque, utraque, utrumque (gen. utriusque; dat. utrique) (of two) each, both
duo, duae, duo two
tres, tria (declined like plural of gravis three
centum indecl. numeral one hundred
primus, a, um first
secundus, a, um second
tertius, a, um third
prohibeo 2, tr.; w. abl. of separation ward off (from), prevent
fero, ferre, tuli, latus, irreg. tr. bear, bring, carry
infero, inferre, intuli, illatus, irreg. tr.; w. dat. of person bring (upon), inflict (upon), inspire (in)
differo, diferre, distuli, dilatus, irreg. tr. scatter, put off, deliver
confero, conferre, contuli, collatus, irreg. tr. bring together, compare, (betake oneself with a reflexive pronoun
refero, referre, rettuli, relatus, irreg. tr. bring back, report, refer
pedem referre to fall back, retreat
ipse, ipsa, ipsum self
praeter, prep. w. acc. except, past, contrary to
socius, i companion, ally
suscipio, suscipere, suscepi, susceptus 3, tr. undertake, take (upon oneself)
vis (gen. vis [rare], acc. vim, abl. vi) force, power, violence
vi (abl. of vis) violently, by force
induco, inducere, induxi, inductus 3, tr. lead in, lead on, influence
possum, posse, potui irreg.; w. pres. inf. am able, can
constituo, constituere, constitui, constitutus 3, tr.' w. pres. inf. place, set up, decide, determine
conor 1, tr.; w. pres. inf. try, attempt
coepi, coepisse, coeptus sum tr.; w. pres. infin. began, have begun
debeo 2, tr.; w. pres. infin. ought, owe
jubeo, jubere, jussi, jussus 2, tr.; acc. w. pres. infin. order, command
mando 1, tr.; w. dat. of preson commit, entrust
paro 1, tr.; w. pres. infin. prepare, get ready
consequor, consequi, consecutus sum 3, tr. follow up, overtake, gain
jungo, jungere, junxi, junctus 3, tr. join, unite
conjungo, conjugere, conjuxi, conjuctus 3, tr. join together, unite
permoveo, permovere, permovi, permotus 2, tr. arouse, influence
impero 1, tr.; w. dat. of person levy
opertet, opertere, oportuit 2, intr.; acc. w. pres. infin. it behooves, it is neccesary
paratus, a, um; w. pres. infin. or ad w. acc. prepared (for), ready
puto 1, tr.; acc. w. infin. think
nego 1, tr.; acc. w. infin. deny, say...not
existimo 1, tr.; acc. w. infin. think
demonstro 1, tr.; acc. w. infin. show, point out
confirmo 1, tr. encourage, strengthen, affirm (acc. w. infin.)
respondeo, respondere, respondi, responsus 2, tr.; acc. w. infin. answer
intellego, intellegere, intellexi, intellectus 3, tr.; acc. w. infin. understand, perceive
dico, dicere, dixi, dictus 3, tr.; acc. w. infin. say, tell
animadverto, animadvertere, animadverti, animadversus 3, tr.; acc. w. infin. attend to, notice
sentio, sentire, sensi, sensus 4, tr.; acc. w. infin. feel, perceive, think
reperio, reperire, reperri, repertus 4, tr.; acc. w. infin. find (out)
scio 4, tr.; acc. w. infin. know
arbitror 1, tr.; acc. w. infin. consider, think
nuntio 1, tr. acc. w. infin. announce, report
polliceor 2, tr.; acc. w. infin. (usually future) promise
credo, credere, credidi, creditus 3, tr. and intr.; w. dat. of person to whom or in whom; acc. w. infin. believe, trust, entrust
dispono, disponere, disposui, dispositus 3, tr. distribute, station
conscribo, conscribere, conscripsi, conscriptus 3, tr.' acc. w. infin. enroll, write
revertor, reverti reverti/ revertus sum 3, intr. return
traduco, traducere, traduxi, traductus 3, tr.; two accs. or acc. and trans w. acc. lead across, lead over
impedio 4, tr. hinder, impede
egredior, egredi, egressus sum 3, intr. go out
potior 4, intr.; w. abl. or gen. get possession of, become master of
veto, vetare, vetui, vetitus 1, tr.; acc. w. pres. infin. forbid
conjuro 1, intr. conspire, form a conspiracy
commoveo, commovere, commovi, comotus 2, tr. alarm, arouse
ut primum, cum primum conj. as soon as
postquam conj. after
ubi conj. when
volo, velle, volui tr.; w. pres. infin.; acc. w. infin.; ut (ne) am willing, wish
vires, virium f. strength, force
majores, majorum m. ancestors, forefathers
tempus, temporis n. time
sumo, sumere, sumpsi, sumptus 3, tr. take, assume
tot indecl. adj. so many
ventus, i wind
fio, fieri, factus sum irreg. intr.; ut (ut non) am made, am done, become, happen
efficio, efficere, effeci, effectus 3, tr.; ut (ut non or ne) bring about, cause
impero with ut (ne) order, command
mando with ut (ne) command
persuadeo, persuadere, persuasi, persuasum 2, intr.; w. dat.; ut (ne) persuade
ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostentus 3, tr.; acc. w. infin. show, tell
utor, uti, usus sum 3, intr.; . abl. use, employ, exercise
nemo, neminis no one
caritas, caritatis charity, love
talis, e such, of such a kind
tantus, a, um so great
sic, ita adv. so, in such a manner
tam, adeo adv. so, to such a degree
annus year
tollo, tollere, sustuli, sublatus 3, tr. lift up (passive am elated), take away
pauci, ae, a few
desum, deesee, defui, defuturus irreg., intr.; w. dat. am lacking, am absent, fail
perspicio, perspicere, perspexi, perspectus 3, tr.; acc. w. infin. view, inspect, perceive
morior, mori, ortuus um 3, intr. die
ave, interjection hail!
miserere; w. dat. or gen. have mercy (on)
noli, nolite; w. pres. infin. be unwilling
quia, quod, quoniam; conj. because
cum, conj. since
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