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Latin vocab 1000

1000 vocab words

TermDefinition
Votum, i. solemn promise, vow; hope
uxor, uxoris. wife
vos vestrum/vestri (gen) vobis(dat/abl) vos (acc) you (pl)
vox, vocis voice, utterance
urbs, urbis city
usque up to; continously
usus,us use, experience
ut, uti as (+ indicitive); so that, with the result that (+subj)
uterque, utraque, utrumque each of two
utilis, e. useful
utor, uti, usus sum to use, consume, employ(+abl)
utrum whether
vulgo commonly
vulgus, i. the common people
vulnus, eris wound
vultus, vultus look expression face
turbo, are disturb, confuse
tutus, a, um safe protected
tuus, a, um your
turba, ae crowd, uproar
tum, tunc then
tu, tui, tibi, te you (sing)
tristis, e sad, solemn, grim
tribunus, i tribune, title of various Roman officials
tres, tria three
vaco, vacare to be empty, open, unoccupied
vacuus, a, um empty
turpis, e ugly, unsightly, disgraceful
veho, vehere, vexi, vectum to carry
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