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Vocabulary Review #3

Cambridge Latin Course, Unit 1: Stages 9-12 Vocabulary Review

LatinEnglish
abeō, abīre, abiī to depart, go away, leave
accipiō, accipere, accēpī to accept, receive, welcome
agnōscō, agnōscere, agnōvī to recognize
āmittō, āmittere, āmīsī to lose
callidus, callida, callidum, adj. clever, smart
candidātus, candidātī, m. (political) candidate
capiō, capere, cēpī to take
celebrō, celebrāre, celebrāvī to celebrate
celeriter, adv. quickly
cinis, cineris, m./f. ash
cīvis: cīvis, m./f. citizen; (in plural) people
compleō, complēre, complēvī to fill
contentus, contenta, contentum, adj. content, pleased, satisfied
conveniō, convenīre, convēnī to gather, meet
crēdō, crēdere, crēdidī (+ dat.) to believe, trust, have faith in
cupiō, cupere, cupīvī to desire, want
custōdiō, custōdīre, custōdīvī to guard
dē, prep. (+ abl.) about; down from
dēnsus, dēnsa, dēnsum, adj. thick
dō, dare, dedī to give
diēs, diēī m./f. day
ēmittō, ēmittere, ēmīsī to hurl, throw, send out
eō, īre, iī/īvī to go
epistula, epistulae, f. letter
exclāmō, exclāmāre, exclāmāvī to cry, exclaim, shout
exerceō, exercēre, exercuī to exercise, work out
faveō, favēre, fāvī (+ dat.) to favor, support
ferō, ferre, tulī to bear, bring, carry
flamma, flammae, f. flame
fortiter, adv. bravely
frāter, frātris, m. brother
frūstrā, adv. in vain
fugiō, fugere, fūgī to flee, run away
fundus, fundī, m. farm
gēns, gentis, f. clan, (extended) family, tribe
habitō, habitāre, habitāvī, to dwell, inhabit, live, reside
homō, hominis, m. human being, man, person
hospes: hospitem, m. guest
iaceō, iacēre, iacuī to lie
iam, adv. already, now
igitur, adv. therefore
ille, illa, illud, pron. this, that
imperium, imperium, n. command, empire, power
incidō, incidere, incidī to fall
inimīcus, inimīca, inimīcum, adj. unfriendly, hostile, enemy
īnspiciō, īnspicere, īnspexī to examine, inspect, look at
inveniō, invenīre, invēnī to find, uncover
invītō, invītāre, invītāvī to invite
iterum, adv. again
legō, legere, lēgī to read
liber, libri, m. book
līberālis, līberālis līberāle, adj. generous
maneō, manēre, mānsī to remain, stay
medius, media, medium, adj. middle (of)
minimē!, int. no!, no way!
mīrābilis, mīrābilis, mīrābile, adj. awesome, extraordinary, marvelous, strange, wonderful
mittō, mittere, mīsī to send
mōns, montis, m. mountain
mox, adv. soon, then
mūrus, mūrī, m. (exterior) wall
nōs, nōstrī, pron. we, us
noster, nostra, nostrum, adj. our
nōtus, nōta, nōtum, adj. famous, well-known
nūbēs, nūbis, f. cloud, fog
nunc, adv. now
nūntiō, nūntiāre, nūntiāvī to announce
offerō, offerre, obtulī to offer
optimē, adv. very well
ostendō, ostendere, ostendī to show
paene, adv. almost, nearly
parēns, parentis, m./f. parent
paulīsper, adv. for a little while, for a short time
pāx, pācis, f. peace
placeō, placēre, placuī (+ dat.) to please, suit
portus, portus, f. harbor, port
post, prep. (+ acc.) behind, after
prīmus prīma, prīmum, adj. first
prōmittō, prōmittere, prōmīsī to promise
pugna, pugnae, f. fight
quam, conj. how…! (exclamatory); than (comparative)
rapiō, rapere, rapuī to grab, seize
reveniō, revenīre, revēnī to come back, return
secundus, secunda, secundum, adj. favorable, second
semper, adv. always
senātor: senātōris, m. senator
sententia, sententiae, f. idea, opinion, thought
sentiō, sentīre, sēnsī to feel, sense
servō, servāre, servāvī to protect, save
sollicitus, sollicita, sollicitum, adj. worried, anxious
sōlus, sōla, sōlum, adj. alone, barren, deserted, empty, lonely
studeō, studēre, studuī (+ dat.) to dedicate oneself (to), study
stultus, stulta, stultum, adj. dumb, stupid
suus, sua, suum, adj. his, hers, its
taceō, tacēre, tacuī to be quiet, silent
tandem, adv. at last, finally
templum, templi, n. temple
terra, terrae, f. earth, ground, land
tertius, tertia, tertium, adj. third
timeō, timēre, timuī to be afraid, fear
trādō, trādere, trādidī to hand over, trade
ūtilis, ūtilis, ūtile, adj. useful
uxor, uxōris, f. wife
valē!, valēte!, int. farewell!, goodbye!
vehementer, adv. forcefully, loudly, violently
verberō, verberāre, verberāvī to beat, hit, strike
vir, virī, m. man
vōs, vestrī, pron. y’all, you (plural)
ūnus, ūna, ūnum, adj. one
duo, duae, duo, adj. two
trēs, trēs, tria, adj. three
Created by: JPotterFA