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Latin II Vocab

Purdue Exam 1

QuestionAnswer
Victoria,ae (f) 1st decl Victory
Copiae,arum (f. pl.) 1st decl Troops
Terra,ae (f) 1st decl Land
Fama,ae (f) 1st decl Rumor, Report
Vita,ae (f) 1st decl Life
Dux, ducis (m) 3rd decl Leader, General
Rex, regis (m) 3rd decl King
Eques, equitis (m) 3rd decl Horseman, Cavalryman
Iudex, iudicis (m) 3rd decl Judge
Pes, pedis (m) 3rd decl Foot
Custos, custodis (m) 3rd decl Guard
Nemo, neminis (m) 3rd decl (pg. 174) No one
Legio, legionis (f) 3rd decl Legion
Lex, legis (f) 3rd decl Law
Pax, pacis (f) 3rd decl Peace
Uxor, uxoris (f) 3rd decl Wife
Vox, vocis (f) 3rd decl Voice
Tempus, temporis (n) 3rd decl Time
Amicus,i (m) 2nd decl Friend
Annus,i (m) 2nd decl Year
Servus,i (m) 2nd decl Slave
Legatus,i (m) 2nd decl Ambassador, Envoy
Pugnus,i (m) 2nd decl Fist
Dolus,i (m) 2nd decl Trick
Vir, viri (m) 2nd decl Man, Husband
Auxilium,i (n) 2nd decl Help, Aid
Impedimentum,i (n) 2nd decl Hindrance
Templum,i (n) 2nd decl Temple
Bellum,i (n) 2nd decl War
Proelium,i (n) 2nd decl Battle
Castra, castrorum (n. pl) 2nd decl Camp
Impetus,us(long u) (m) 4th decl Attack
Exercitus,us(long u) (m) 4th decl Army
Dies, diei (m) 5th Decl Day
Similis, simile 3rd decl Similar
Omnis, omne 3rd decl All, Every
Fortis, forte 3rd decl Brave
Illustris, illustre 3rd decl Famous
Brevis, breve 3rd decl Short, Brief
Bonus,a,um 1st and 2nd decl Good
Malus,a,um 1st and 2nd decl Bad, Evil
Stultus,a,um 1st and 2nd decl Foolish
Multus,a,um 1st and 2nd decl Much, Many
Magnus,a,um 1st and 2nd decl Large, Great
Longus,a,um 1st and 2nd decl Long
Miser, Misera, Miserum 1st and 2nd decl Miserable, Wretched
Liber, Libra, Liberum 1st and 2nd decl Free
Pulcher, Pulchra, Pulchrum 1st and 2nd decl Beautiful
Meus, Mea, Meum 1st and 2nd decl My
Tuus, Tua, Tuum 1st and 2nd decl Your(s)
Noster, Nostra, Nostrum 1st and 2nd decl Our
Vester, Vestra, Vestrum 1st and 2nd decl Your(pl)
Suus, Sua, Suum 1st and 2nd decl His own/Her own/Its own/Their own (Reflexive adj)
Celer, Celeris, Celere 3rd decl Swift
Innocens, Innocentis 3rd decl Innocent
Audax, audacis 3rd decl Bold, Daring
Et And
Sed But
A, Ab (+abl) Away From
E,ex (+abl) Out Of, From
Ad (+acc) To, Towards (sing)
In (+abl) In, On
In (+acc) Into
Ob (+acc) On account of, Because of
Propter (+Acc) On account of, Because of
Umquam Ever
Numquam Never
Subito Suddenly
Fortiter Bravely
Ferociter Fiercely
Celeriter Swiftly/Quickly
-ne Indicates a Question
Nonne Indicates a Question Expecting an Answer of Yes
Num Indicates a question expecting the answer No
Decem 10
Quam Than
Voco, Vocare, Vocavi, Vocatus 1st Conj. to call
Nuntio, Nuntiare, Nuntiatus 1st Conj. to announce
Oppugno, Oppugnare, Oppugnavi, Oppugnatus 1st conj. to attack
Supero, Superare, Superavi, Superatus 1st Conj. to conquer
Do, Dare, Dedi, Datus 1st Conj. to give
Expugno, Expugnare, Expugnavi, Expugnatus 1st Conj. to storm
Nego, Negare, Negavi, Negatus 1st Conj. to deny, to say that...NOT
Puto, Putare, Putavi, Putatus 1st Conj. to think
Obsto, Obstare, Obstiti 1st Conj. to stand in the way of, hinder
Verbero, Verberare, Verberavi, Verberatus 1st Conj. to beat
Habeo, Habere, Habui, Habitus 2nd Conj. to have, hold
Pareo, Parere, Parui 2nd Conj. to obey (+dat)
Iubeo, Iubere, Iussi, Iussus 2nd Conj. to order (takes an Acc. + Inf. Construction)
Video, Videre, Vidi, Visus 2nd Conj. to see
Dico, Dicere, Dixi, Dictus 3rd Conj. to say, tell
Credo, Credere, Credidi, Creditus 3rd Conj. to believe, trust (+dat)
Relinquo, Relinquere, Reliqui, Relictus 3rd Conj. to leave behind, abandon
Dedo, Dedere, Dedidi, Deditus 3rd Conj. to hand over, surrender
Gero, Gerere, Gessi, Gestus 3rd Conj. (+bellum) to wage war
Sino, Sinere, Sivi, Situs 3rd Conj. to allow (takes an Acc. + Inf. Construction)
Repello, Repellere, Reppuli, Repulsus 3rd Conj. to drive back, drive out
Dico, Dicere, Dixi, Dictus 3rd Conj. to say, tell
Credo, Credere, Credidi, Creditus 3rd Conj. to believe, trust (+dat)
Relinquo, Relinquere, Reliqui, Relictus 3rd Conj. to leave behind, abandon
Dedo, Dedere, Dedidi, Deditus 3rd Conj. to hand over, surrender
Gero, Gerere, Gessi, Gestus 3rd Conj. (+bellum) to wage war
Sino, Sinere, Sivi, Situs 3rd Conj. to allow (takes an Acc. + Inf. Construction)
Repello, Repellere, Reppuli, Repulsus 3rd Conj. to drive back, drive out
Capio, Capere, Cepi, Captus 3rd Conj. io verb to capture, take
Audio, Audire, Audivi, Auditus 4th Conj. to hear, listen to
Sum, Esse, Fui, Futurus to be
Possum, Posse, Potui to be able (can)
Volo, Velle, Volui to wish, want
Nolo, Nolle, Nolui to not want, to be unwilling, refuse
Praesum, Praeesse, Praefui to be in charge of (+dat)
Licit-impersonal verb it is permitted (takes Dat. + Inf.) you permit for someone(Dat.) to do something(Inf.)
Audeo, Audere(long e), Ausus Semi-deponent Verb to dare
Minor, Minari, Minatus 1st Conj. to threaten (+dat)
Hortor, Hortari, Hortatus 1st Conj. to encourage, urge
Polliceor, Polliceri, Pollicitus 2nd Conj. to promise
Loquor, Loqui, Locutus 3rd Conj. to speak
Adloquor, Adloqui, Adlocutus 3rd Conj. to address
Adipiscor, Adipisci, Adeptus 3rd Conj. to gain, acquire
Proficiscor, Proficisci, Profectus 3rd Conj. to set out
Egredior, Egredi, Egressus 3rd Conj. io verb to go out
Mentior, Mentiri, Mentitus 4th Conj. to lie
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