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LA2 - C8 New

Latin Alive 2 - Chapter 8 New Vocabulary

TermDefinition
an whether, or
atrōx, atrōcis horrible
bōs, bōvis m. ox
cōnspiciō, -spicere, -spexī, -spectum to catch sight of, see (for the first time)
frangō frangere frēgī frāctum break
frūstrā in vain
iaceō iacēre iacuī to lie down
īnflō -āre -āvī -ātum to blow, puff up
invidia, -ae f. envy, jealousy
lātus -a -um wide, broad
magis (adv.) more
magnitūdō, magnitūdinis f. size. magnitude
negō -āre -āvī -ātum to say no, deny
rāna, rānae, f. frog
rūrsus again
rūs, rūris, n. countryside, the country (as opposed to the city); rūrī “in the country”
subitō suddenly
tantus -a -um so much, so great
ubi prīmum as soon as
melior, melius better; rather good
pēior, pēius worse; rather bad
pessimus, -a, -um worst; very bad
minor, minus less; rather small
minimus, -a, -um smallest; very small
superior, superius higher; rather high
suprēmus, -a, -um highest; very high
summus, -a, -um highest; very high
superus, -a, -um high; (pl.) the gods
plūs (sg. noun); plūrēs (pl. adjective) more; rather much (the singular is a noun used with the partitive genitive plūs pecūniae = “more of money” or “more money”; the plural is used like an adjective plūrēs hominēs = “more people”)
plūrimus, -a, -um most; very much
Created by: ScholeLatin
 

 



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