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Latin vocab 10-11

Latin Chapter 10 & 11

hortus, i, m. garden (horticulture)
lumen, luminis, n. light, lamp, torch (illuminate)
ops, opis, f. riches, resources (optulent)
propitia, orum, n. pl. means of propitiation (propitiation)
simulacrum, i, n. (cf. similis) image, likeness (simulacrum)
spectaculum, i, n. show, entertainment (spectacle)
tergum, i, n. back, backside
vulgus, vulgi, n. the crowd, the common people (vulgar, vulgate)
ardeo, adere, arsi, arsurum to be on fire, to burn (arson)
malo, malle, malui to prefer, to want more
nolo, nolle, nolui to not want, to be unwilling
offero, offerre, obtuli, oblatum to offer (oblation)
volo, velle, volui to wish, to want, to be willing (volition, benevolent)
cunctus, a, um, adj. all
invisus, a, um, adj. hated
pudendus, a, um, adj. shameful (pudency)
aliter, adv. (cf. alius) otherwise, in another manner
cum, prep. +abl. with
ergo, conj. therefore
haud, adv. by no means, hardly
una, adv. (cf. unus) together
una cum, +abl. as one with, together with
animus, i , m. soul, mind (animate)
argentum, argenti, n. silver (Argentina)
cognitio, cognitionis, f. learning, acquisition of knowledge, understanding (cognitive)
lucrum, i, n. wealth. gain (lucrative)
nativitas, nativitatis, f. birth (nativity)
occasio, occasionis, f. occasion, opportunity (occasion)
poculum, poculi, n. cup
principium, i, n. beginning (principal)
situs, us, m. site, position (situation)
educo, are, avi, atum to bring up (a child), to rear, to educate
firmo, are, avi, atum to strengthen, to make firm (firm)
perficio, perficere, perfeci, perfectum to finish, to complete (perfect)
poto, are, avi, atum to drink (potable, poison)
satio, are, avi, atum to satisfy, to appease (satiate)
traho, trahere, traxi, tractum to drag, to draw (tractor)
avarus, a, um, adj. greedy (avarice)
paternus, a, um, adj. paternal, of a father (paternal)
pristinus, a, um, adj. former, early; original
autem, conj. however
coram, prep. +abl. in front of, before the face of
Created by: VickieJ10