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CCHS Yr 10 MOCK P1

Latin - Part 1 from accipio to litus

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accipio, accipere, (3) accepi, acceptum to receive, get, welcome
adeo to such an extent
adsum, adesse, adfui to be present, near
alloquor, alloqui (3), allocutus sum to speak to, address
antea previously, before
aperio, -ire, aperui, apertum to open
apud + accusative at the house of
auctio, -onis, f auction
audio, audere (2), ausus sum to dare
audio, -ire, audivi, auditum to hear
aufero, auferre, abstuli, ablatum to carry away, take away
augeo, augere (2), auxi, auctum to increase
auxilium, auxilii, n help
bellum, -i, n war
beneficium, beneficii, n kindness, favour, help
breviter, briefly
cado, cadere (3), cecidi, casum to fall
capio, capere (3), cepi, captum to capture, take
caput, capitis n head
carcer, -eris, m prison
celer, celeris, celere fast
celo, celare (1) to hide
ceteri, -ae, -a the rest
civis, civis m citizen
cognosco, -ere (3), cognovi, cognitum learn, get to know
collis, collis m hill
conicio, conicere (3), conieci, coniectum to throw
conor, conari (1), conatus sum to try
consilium, consilii, n advice, plan
conspicio, conspicere (3), conspexi, conspectum to catch sight of
corpus, -oris, n body
creo, creare (1) to create
cum primum as soon as
cupio, cupere (3), cupivi, cupitum to want, desire
curro, currere (3), cucurri, cursum to run
customdio, custodire (4), to guard
custos, -odis, m f
debeo, debere (2), debui, debitum I owe, (one) ought
deicio, deicere (3), deieci, deiectum to throw down
deinde, then, next
deleo, delere (2), delevi, deletum to destroy
delibero, deliberare (1) to consult, deliberate, resolve
despero, desperare (1) to despair
difficilis, -e, difficult
diligenter carefully
discedo, discedere (3), discessi , discessum to depart, leave, go away
dives, -vitis rich
do, dare, dedi, datum to give
domina, -ae, f mistress
dormio, dormire (4) to sleep
duco, ducere (3), duxi, ductum to lead, take
effugio, effugere (3), effugi, effugitum to escape
egredior, egredi (3), egressus to go out, leave
egredior, egredi (3), egressus sum to go out, leave
emo, emere (3), emi, emptum to buy
exeo, exire (4), exii, exitum to go out
exeo, exire, exii, exitum to go out
extra, + accusative outside
extraho, extrahere (3), extraxi, extractum to drag out
facilis, -is, -e easy
facio, facere (3), feci, factum to make, do
fero, ferre, tuli, latum to carry, bring
ferox, ferocis fierce
fidelis, -is, -e faithful
fides, -ei, f faith
fortasse perhaps
forte, by chance
fortis, -is, -e brave
frustra, in vain
gaudeo, gaudere (2), gavisus sum to rejoice
gero, gerere (3), gessi, gestum to wear, carry on
gladius, -i m, sword
habeo, habere (2), habui, habitum to have
heri, yesterday
hostis, hostis m enemy
huc illuc here and there, hither and thither
immemor, -moris forgetful
impero, imperare (1) + dative to order, command
incola, -ae, m inhabitant
induo, induere (3), indui, indutum to put on
ingens, ingentis huge, big
ingredior, ingredi (3), ingressus to enter
ingredior, ingredi (3), ingressus sum to enter, go into
inspicio, inspicere (3), inspexi, inspectum to inspect, examine
interdiu during the day
interficio, -ficere (3), -feci, -fectum to kill
interrogo, interrogare (1) to ask
intro, intrare (1) to enter
invalidus, -a, -um weak, feeble
invenio, invenire (4), inveni, inventum to find
invitus, -a, -um unwilling
iterum again
lacrimo, lacrimare (1) to cry
laudo, laudare (1) to praise
lectica, - ae, f litter
lego, legere (3), legi, lectum to read
libenter gladly
licet, licere (2), licuit it is allowed
litus, litoris, n shore
to escape
egredior, egredi (3), egressus to go out, leave
egredior, egredi (3), egressus sum to go out, leave
emo, emere (3), emi, emptum to buy
exeo, exire (4), exii, exitum to go out
exeo, exire, exii, exitum to go out
extra, + accusative outside
extraho, extrahere (3), extraxi, extractum to drag out
facilis, -is, -e easy
facio, facere (3), feci, factum to make, do
fero, ferre, tuli, latum to carry, bring
ferox, ferocis fierce
fidelis, -is, -e faithful
fides, -ei, f faith
fortasse perhaps
forte, by chance
fortis, -is, -e brave
frustra, in vain
gaudeo, gaudere (2), gavisus sum to rejoice
gero, gerere (3), gessi, gestum to wear, carry on
gladius, -i m, sword
habeo, habere (2), habui, habitum to have
heri, yesterday
hostis, hostis m enemy
huc illuc here and there, hither and thither
immemor, -moris forgetful
impero, imperare (1) + dative to order, command
incola, -ae, m inhabitant
induo, induere (3), indui, indutum to put on
ingens, ingentis huge, big
ingredior, ingredi (3), ingressus to enter
ingredior, ingredi (3), ingressus sum to enter, go into
inspicio, inspicere (3), inspexi, inspectum to inspect, examine
interdiu during the day
interficio, -ficere (3), -feci, -fectum to kill
interrogo, interrogare (1) to ask
intro, intrare (1) to enter
invalidus, -a, -um weak, feeble
invenio, invenire (4), inveni, inventum to find
invitus, -a, -um unwilling
iterum again
lacrimo, lacrimare (1) to cry
laudo, laudare (1) to praise
lectica, - ae, f litter
lego, legere (3), legi, lectum to read
libenter gladly
licet, licere (2), licuit it is allowed
litus, litoris, n shore
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