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Stage 32 Vocabulary

Cambridge Latin Course, Unit 3: Stage 32 Vocabulary Checklist (page 254)

addo, addere, addidi, additus, -a, -um (sum) to add
adversus, adversa, adversum, adj. hostile, unfavorable
rēs adversae, rerum adversarum, f. pl. adversity, misfortune
aequus, aequa, aequum, adj, calm, fair
appellō, appellāre, appellāvī, appellātus, -a, -um (sum) to address, call, call out to
avis, avis, f. bird
cāsus, cāsūs, m. befallment, misfortunate
compōnō, compōnere, composuī, compositus, -a, -um (sum) to settle, put together, settle
cōnātus, cōnāta, cōnātum, adj. having attempted, tried
cōnātus, cōnātūs, m. attempt, effort, try
condūcō, condūcere, condūxī, conductus, -a, -um (sum) to hire
convertō, convertere, convertī, conversus -a, -um (sum) to turn
convīvium, convīviī, n. banquet, dinner party, feast
effundō, effundere, effūdī, effūsus, -a, -um (sum) to pour out
fōrma, fōrmae, f. appearance, beauty, shape
īdentidem, adv. repeatedly, often
īgnōscō, īgnōscere, īgnōvī, īgnōtus, -a, -um (sum( (+ dat.) to forgive
labor, labōris, m. labor, work
lībertās, lībertātis, f. freedom, liberty
nē…quidem, adv. not…even
nihilōminus, adv. nevertheless, nonetheless, notwithstanding
opprimō, opprimere, oppressī, oppressus, -a, -um (sum) to crush, overwhelm
ōtiōsus, ōtiōsa, neuter ōtiōsum, adj. at leisure, idle, on holiday, on vacation
pauper, pauper, pauper, gen. pauperis, adj. poor, penniless
permōtus, permōta, permōtum, adj. alarmed, bothered, disturbed
prōfectus, prōfecta, prōfectum, adj. having departed, left (for), set out (for)
quia, conj. because, since
quīdam, quaedam, quoddam, adj. a certain, one
scindō, scindere, scidī, scissus, -a, -um (sum) to cut, tear
secūtus, secūta, secūtum, adj. having followed
strēnuē, strēnuius, strēnuissimē, adv. energetically, hard
subveniō, subvenīre, subvēnī, subventus, -a, -um (sum) to assist, come to help, help
sumptuōsus, sumptuōsa, sumptuōsum, adj. costly, expensive, extravagant, lavish, sumptuous
vērus, vēra, vērum, adj. true, real
rēvērā/rē vērā, adv. actually, in fact, really, truly
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