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Yr 10 Latin exam

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
audeo 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
custodio custodire (4), to guard
custos -odis, m/f guard
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
locus -i, m place
lux lucis f light
magis more
magnus -a, -um great, big
maneo manere (2), mansi, mansum to remain, stay
mare maris n sea
matrona -ae, f wife, middle aged lady
medicus medici, m doctor
metus metus m fear
miles -itis, m soldier
miror mirari, miratus to wonder at, admire
mors mortis f death
mulier mulieris f woman
narro narrare (1) to tell, relate
nascor nasci (3), natus sum to be born
ne …. quidem not even
neco necare (1) to kill
nimis too much
nolo nolle, nolui to be unwilling, to refuse
nomen -inis, n name
noster nostra, nostrum our
nusquam nowhere
occurro occurrere (3), occurri, occursum (+dative) to meet
olim once upon a time, formerly
oppidum -i, n town
oro orare (1) to plead, pray to
paene almost
patior pati (3), passus sum to suffer, endure
paulum a little, little
peritus -a, -um skilled
perterritus -a, -um terrified
pervenio pervenire (4), perveni, perventum (ad + acc) to reach, arrive (at)
pes pedis, m foot
peto petere (3), petivi, petitum to seek, look for, make for
plurimus -a, -um very much, very many, most
poenas dare to be punished
porto portare (1) to carry
posco poscere (3), poposci to ask for, demand
posterus -a, -um following, next
postquam after
postremo finally
postridie on the following day
postulo postulare (1) to ask
praeclarus -a, -um famous
praeter except
praeter + accusative except
princeps -ipis, m emperor
procul far
proficiscor proficisci (3), profectus sum to set out
progredior progredi (3), progressus to go forward , advance
promitto -mittere (3), -misi, -missum to promise
puer pueri, m boy
pulcher pulchra, pulchrum beautiful, handsome
quidam quaedam, quoddam/ quiddam a, a certain, (plu) some
quoniam since
quot? how many?
reddo reddere(3), reddidi, redditum give back, return
regina -ae, f queen
res rei, f thing, matter, affair, situation
rex regis m king
rogo rogare (1) to ask
rursus again
saluto salutare (1) to greet
scelestus -a, -um wicked
scio scire (4), scivi/scii, scitum to know
securus a, -um carefree, unconcerned
semper always
sequor sequi (3), secutus sum to follow
soleo solere (2), solitus sum to be accustomed
suavis -is, -e sweet, delightful
suus -a, -um his, her, its, their
taberna -ae, f shop
taceo tacere (2), tacui, tacitum to be silent
talis -is, -e such, of such a kind
tandem at last, at length
tempus temporis n time
timor timoris m fear
totus -a, -um whole of
traho trahere (3), traxi, tractum to drag
tristis -is, -e sad
turba -ae, f crowd
undique from all sides
urbs urbis f city
uxor -oris, f wife
vel … vel either ….. or …
ventus -i m wind
veto vetare (1), vetui, vetitum to forbid, tell not to
video videre (2), vidi, visum to see
vinco vincere (3), vici, victum to conquer, overcome
vir viri, m man
vita -ae, f life
vix scarcely
volo velle, volui to want
vulnus vulneris n wound
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