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AP List 02

AP Vocabulary List 02 of 10

Belgae -ārum (M pl.) Belgians, Belgae (Belgium)
bellum -ī (N) war (belligerent)
Brittania -ae (F) Britain (Brittanic)
caelum -ī (N) sky, heaven, weather (celestial)
capiō -ere, cēpī, captum to seize, grasp; to form; to deceive (capture, caption)
caput capitis (N) head, summit; person (capital, chapter)
castra -ōrum (N pl.) military camp (castle)
cāsus -ūs (M) accident, chance, event; misfortune (case, casual)
causa -ae (F) cause, reason, motive (causal, excuse)
celer celeris, celere quick, swift, speedy (accelerate, celerity)
celeritās -tātis (F) speed (celerity)
celeriter (adv.) quickly (celerity)
certus -a, -um certain, fixed, reliable (certitude)
circiter (adv.) about, approximately ()
circum (prep. w/ acc.) around; at; near (circumference)
circumveniō -īre, circumvēnī, circumventum to go around (circumvent)
cīvitās cīvitātis (F) state (civilian)
clāmor -ōris (M) shout, roar; applause (acclaim, clamor)
classis classis (F) fleet, division; ship (class, classical)
coepī coepisse, coeptum to have begun ()
cognoscō -ere, cognōvī, cognitum to learn about (cognitive)
cōgō -ere, coēgī, coāctus to force; bring together (cogent)
cohors cohortis (F) cohort [a group of men consisting of one-tenth of a legion] (cohort)
collocō -āre, -āvī, -ātum to arrange; to place (collocate)
colloquor -ī, collocūtus sum to speak, converse (colloquial)
comes comitis (M/F) friend, comrade, companion (concomitant)
commūnis commūne common (community)
compleō -ēre, -ēvī, -ētum to fill (completion)
complūrēs complūra several ()
Created by: ejkotynski