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Hercules Vocabulary2

Hercules Labors 1-5 (Lion-Stables)

iubeo, iubere, iussi, iussus to command, order (like the "jussive" subjunctive)
leo, leonis, m. lion (think constellation or sign of the zodiac)
illo tempore at that time (abl. of time)
infestus, -a, -um dangerous
silva, -ae, f. forest, woods
se confero, conferre, contuli, conlatus to betake oneself (to a place)
fera, -ae, f. wild animal, beast (think about the word "feral" in English)
arcus, -us, m. bow
intendo, intendere, intendi, intentus to aim (where we get the word "intent")
pellis, pellis, f. animal skin, hide
clava, -ae, f. club (the kind you hit something with)
gero, gerere, gessi, gestus to wear; carry, bear; to wage war
percutio, percutere, percussi, percussus to strike (like a "percussion" instrument)
frustra (adv.) in vain
neque and not
hoc modo in this way
collum, -i, nt. neck
bracchium, -i, nt. lower arm, arm
complector, complecti, complexus sum to embrace, hug
faux, faucis, f. jaw
comprimo, comprimere, compressi, compressus to squeeze
respiro (1) to breathe
umerus, -i, m. shoulder
refero, referre, rettuli, relatus to bring back
fama, -ae, f. fame, report, rumor
vehementer (adv.) very much; violently
gaudeo, gaudere, gavisus sum (semi-deponent: the perf. tenses work like a deponent verb) to rejoice
paulo post a little later
caput, capitis, nt. head
proficiscor, proficisci, profectus sum to set forth, set out
palus, paludis, f. swamp
quamquam (adv.) although
sinister, sinistra, sinistrum left
dexter, dextra, dextrum right
coepio, coepisse, coeptus to begin
quotiens (adv.) as many times
diu (adv.) for a long time
ignis, ignis, m. fire (think words in English like "to ignite" and "igneous"
accendo, accendere, accensi, accensus to light
constituo, constituere, constitui, constitutus to decide
fax, facis, f. torch
ardeo, ardere, arsi, arsus to burn (where we get the word "arson" from)
auxilium, -i, nt. help, aid
cancer, cancri, m. crab *[canceris is a more uncommon gen. sg. form]
ingens, ingentis huge
crus, cruris, nt. leg
mordeo, mordere, momordi, morsus to bite
sagitta, -ae, f. arrow
imbuo, imbuere, imbui, imbutus to soak, dip in
itaque and thus, and so, therefore
caedes, -is, f. slaughter
cervus, -i, m. stag
quidam, quaedam, quoddam a certain X
audacia, -ae, f. boldness, audacity
cornu, -us, nt. horn
aureus, -a, -um golden, of gold
celeritas, celeritatis, f. speed, swiftness
persequor, persequi, persecutus sum to follow (where we get the word "persecute" from)
vis, vis, f. power
vesper, -i, m. evening
nocturnus, -a, -um (adj.) of the evening (like our word "nocturnal")
nullo modo in no way
trado, tradere, tradidi, traditus to hand over (like our word "to trade")
exanimatus, -a, -um exhausted; lifeless
aper, apri, m. boar
perterritus, -a, -um terrified
altus, -a, -um high, tall; deep
fossa, -ae, f. ditch
summus, -a, -um highest, greatest (like the "summit" of a mt.)
difficultas, difficultatis, f. difficulty
vivus, -a, -um alive (like the word "vivacious" in English)
incolo, incolere, incolui to inhabit
spelunca, -ae, f. deep cave (the hobby of exploring caves is called "spelunking")
benigne (adv.) kindly
cena, -ae, f. dinner
vinum, -i, nt. wine
depono, deponere, deposui, depositus to set aside for storage, deposit
nolo, nolle, nolui, --- to not want to X
reliquus, -a, -um remaining, left over
timeo, timere, timui to fear
interficio, interficere, interfeci, interfectus to kill
poculum, -i, nt. cup, goblet
haurio, haurire, hausi, haustus to drink up, drain (a cup)
simul atque as soon as
aperio, aperire, aperui, apertus to open (where we get the word "aperture" from)
iucundus, -a, -um pleasant, jolly
undique (adv.) everywhere
suavis, -e sweet
notus, -a, -um well-known
convenio, convenire, conveni, conventus to come together, convene
bibo, bibere, bibi to drink
volo, velle, volui, --- to want to X
impetus, -us, m. attack
venenum, -i, nt. poison (think "venom" in English)
salus, salutis, f. safety
corpus, corporis, nt. body (like a "corpse" in English)
miror, mirari, miratus sum to wonder at, admire
levis, -e light (like the English word "levity")
res, rei, f. thing, matter
quaero, quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitus to search for
consilium, -i, nt. plan
dolor, doloris, m. pain
gravis, -e serious, grave; heavy
membrum, -i, nt. limb
sentio, sentire, sensi, sensus to feel, perceive, sense
stabulum, -i, nt. stable
magnitudo, magnitudinis, f. size, magnitude
squalor, squaloris, m. dirt, squalor
umquam (adv.) ever
purgo (1) to clean (like the word "purge" in English)
spatium, -i, nt. space
negotium, -i, nt. business (where we get the word "negotiation" from)
flumen, fluminis, nt. river
mons, montis, m. mountain, hill (like "Mount" Everest, etc.)
murus, -i, m. wall (think "mural" in English)
perrumpo, perrumpere, perrupi, perruptus to burst, smash down
tali modo in such a way
opinio, opinionis, f. opinion
opus, operis, nt. work, task (where we get the word "opera" from)
conficio, conficere, confeci, confectus to complete
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