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Learn to read latin

vocab Keller Russell second edition ch V - VII

TermDefinition
āra, ārae f. altar
cōpia, cōpiae f. Abundance; pl. troops, forces
Fortūna, fortūnae f. Fortune, chance
īnsidiae, īnsidiārum. f. pl. Ambush, plot, treachery
Nātura, nature f. Nature
Umbra, umbra f. Shadow, shade
Ingenium, ingeniī n. Nature, disposition; (natural) talent
Templum, templī n. Temple
Ars, artis, -ium f. Skill, art; guile, trick
Cīvītās, cīvītātis f. State, citizenry, citizenship
Frāter, frātis m. Brother
mores, mortis, -ium f. Death
Pars, partis, -ium f. Part
Soror, sorōris f. Sister
Virtūs, virtūtis f. Manliness, courage; excellence virtue
Vōx, vōcis f. Voice, word
Maneō, manure, maānsī, mãnsūrus Remain, stay; tr., await
Terrēo, terrēre, terruī, territus Terrify, frighten
Cupiō, cupere, cupiī,/cupīvī, cupītus Desire, long for, want
Fugiō, fugere, fūgī, fugitūrus Flee
Petō, petered, petiī,/petīvī, petītus Ask (for), seek; attack
Trādō, traders, trādidi, trāditus Hand over, surrender; hand down
Vincō, vincere, vīcī, victus Conquer, overcome; intr. win
auferō, auferre, abstulī, ablātas carry away, take away, remove
differō, differre, distulī, dīlātus intr. differ, be different; tr. carry on different direction
acerbus, -a, -um bitter; harsh
antīquus, -a, -um old, ancient
cārus, -a, -um precious; dear (to) (+dat.)
certus, -a, -um sure, certain, reliable
>incertus, -a, -um unsure, uncertain, unreliable
falsus, -a, -um deceptive, false
novus, -a, -um new;strange
vērus, -a, -um real, true
mortālis, mortāle mortal
ante (adv) before, earlier, previously (prep + acc) before; in front of
aut (conj) or
aut......aut either.....or
etiam (adv) also, even; still
ita (adv) in this manner, thus so
nē (adv) not
post (adv) after (ward), later, behind (prep + acc) after; behind
sōlum (adv) only
nōn solum.....sed/vērum etiam not only....but also
utinam (particle) introduces an Optative subjunctive
vērō (adv) certainly, indeed; (but in fact)
verum (conj) but
Athēnae, Athēnārum f. pl. Athens
Rōma, Rōmae f. Rome
dictum, dictī n. word
domus, domī f. house, home
amōr, amōris m. love
animal, animālis, -ium n. animal
carmen, carminis n. song, poem
Carthāgō, Carthāginis f. Carthage
cīvis, cīvis, -ium m. or f. citizen
corpus, corpis n. body
homō, hominis m. human being, man
hostis, hostis, -ium m. (public) enemy
iūs, iūris n. right, law; judgement; court
mare, maris, *-ium m. sea
māter, māris f. mother
mēns, mentis, -ium f. mind; intention, purpose; attitude
mīles, mīlitus m. soldier
moenia, moenium n. pl. (city) walls
pater, patris m. father
patrēs cōnscrīptī, voc pl. enrolled fathers, senators
rēx, rēgis m. king
rūs, rūris n. sing. or pl. countryside
servitūs, servtūtis f. slavery
timor, timōris m fear
urbs, urbis, -ium f. city
vīs, ------, -ium f. force, power; violence; pl. strength
līberō (1-tr) free
careō, carēre, caruī, caritūrus lack, be without; be free (from) (+abl.)
legō, legere, lēgī, lētus choose; read
intellegō, intellegere, intellēxī, intellēctus understand
vīvō, vīvere, vīxī, vīctūrus live, be alive
ācer, ācris, ācre sharp, keen; fierce
facilis, facile easy
difficilis, difficile difficult
fēlīx, fēlīcis lucky, fortunate, happy
īnfēlīx, īnfēlīcis unlucky, unfortunate, unhappy
fortis, forte brave, strong
ingēns, ingentis huge, vast; remarkable
omnis, omne every; all
autem (postpositive conj) however;moreover
difficulter (adv) with difficulty
facile (adv) easily; readily
inter (prep + acc) between, among; during
iūre (adv) rightly, justly
ominīnō (adv) entirely; at all
sub (prep + acc) under; up to
sub (prep + abl) under; at the foot of; near
umquam (adv) ever
numquam (adv) never
amīcitia, amīctiae f. friendship
inimīcitia, inimīcitiae f. enmity, hostility
fāctum, fātī n. destiny, fate
proelium, proeliī n. battle
--------, meī (relexive pronoun) myself
--------, nostrum, nostrī (reflexive pronoun) ourselves
--------, tuī (reflexive pron) yourself
--------, vestrum/vestrī (reflexive pronoun) yourselves
--------, suī (reflexive pronoun) himself, herself, itself; themselves
accipiō, sccipere, accēpī, acceptus receive; accept; hear (of), learn (of)
cēdō, cēdere, cessī, cessum go, move; yeild; withdraw
>accēdo, accēdere, accessī, accessum go to, come to, approach
>discēdō, discēdō, discessī, discessum go away, depart
>immortālis, immortāle immortal
interficiō, interficere, interfēcī, interfextus kill
perficiō, perficere, perfēcī, perfectus complete, accomplish
abeō, abīre, abiī, abitum go away
ferō, ferre, tulī, lātus bring, bear, carry; endure
>sē ferre (idom) to proceed quickly
memini, meminisse (defective verb) remember
ōdī, ōdisse (defective verb) hate
redeō, redīre, rediī, reditum go back, return
dūrus, -a, -um hard; harsh
ipse, ipsa, ipsum (intensive adj) -self, -selves; very
meus, -a, -um my (own)
noster, nostra, nostrum our (own)
pius, -a, -um dutiful, loyal
>impius, -a, -um disloyal, wicked
suus, -a, -um his (own), her (own), its (own), their (own)
tuus, -a, -um your (own)
vester, vestra, vestrum your (pl) (own)
bene (adv) well
etsī (conj) although
male (adv) badly
multum (adv) much, a lot
nisi (conj) if..... not, unless
postquam (conj) after
quamquam (conj) although
quoniam (conj) since, because
sī (sdv) if
tamen (adv) nevertheless
ubi (conj) as; when
valdē (adv) strongly
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