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Unit 14 Vocabulary

Vocabulary unit 14

caedes, caedis, f murder, assassination
causa, causae, f cause, reason
columna, columnae, f column
equus, equi, m horse
finis, finis, m/f boundary, end
insidiae, insidiarum, f (pl) plot
legio, legionis, f legion
nomen, nominis, n name
ops, opis, f resources, wealth
philosophia, philosophiae, f philosophy
regnum, regni, n reign, rule
triumphus, triumphi, m triumph, victory parade
consanguineus, consanguinea, consanguineum, 1/2 related by blood
extremus, extrema, extremum, 1/2 outer, far off
occidens, occidentis, 3 west (from ‘dying’/setting of the sun)
oriens, orientis, 3 east (from ‘rising’ of the sun)
plenus, plena, plenum, 1/2 full of (+ gen)
ultimus, ultima, ultimum, 1/2 furthest, last
credo, credere, credidi, creditus, 3 believe (+ DAT)
milito, militare, militavi, 1 campaign (as a soldier)
morior, mori, mortuus sum, 3d die
rego, regere, rexi, rectus, 3 rule
studeo, studēre, studui, 2 study, be eager for, busy oneself with (+ DAT)
hodie today
usque all the way
ex+ abl from, out of
extra + acc outside of, beyond
sub+ abl under, after
quamquam although
Created by: Jasanchez