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LAT102 Vocab

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QuestionAnswer
Retineo, retinere, retinue hold back
Refero, referre, rettuli carry back; report
Insum, inesse, infui be in, be among
Malo, malle, malui prefer
Mora, morae delay
Nimium, nimii + [gen] too much
Nimium vini too much (of) wine
Balnea, balneorum baths (n, pl)
Anxietas, anxietatis anxiety (f)
Celeritas, celeritatis speed (f)
Paulisper for a little (time)
Unde? whence? From where?
Undique from all sides
Aeger, aegra, aegrum sick, ill
Numero, numerare, numeravi to count
Caveo, cavere, cavi to beware of
Praetereo, praeterire, praeteri to go past, to pass
Provideo, providere, provide to foresee
Veho, vehere, vexi to carry
Fio, fieri, factus to become, to be made
Victoria, victoria victory
Inimicus, inimici enemy
Praemium, praemii reward
Spectaculum, spectaculi show
Cliens, clientis client, dependant (m)
Ordo, ordinis rank, line, order (m)
Spectator, spectatoris spectator (m)
Genus, generis race, kind, sort (n)
Conspectus, conspectus sight, view (m)
Denique lastly, finally
Magnopere greatly
Quam than
Quamquam although
Superbus, -a, -um proud
Crudelis, crudele cruel
Ferox, ferocis fierce
Luceo, lucere, luxi to shine
Sumo, sumere, sumpsi to take (up), to put on
Diligentia, diligentiae care, diligence
Litterae, litterarum letters, literature (f, pl)
Campus, campi plain, field
Facilitas, facilitates ease, facility (f)
Lex, legis law (f)
Multitude, multitudinis multitude, crowd (f)
Iur, iuris right, justice (n)
Tumultus, tumultus riot, uproar (m)
Brevis, breve short
Insignis, insignis outstanding, distinguished
Puerilis, puerile of boys, childish
Virilis, virile of men, manly
Toga virilis the toga of manhood
Quam + [superlative] as quickly as….
Quam celerrime as quickly as possible
Ardeo, ardere, arsi to burn, be on fire
Accidit, accidere, accidit it happens
Ferio, ferire to strike
Pervenio, pervenire, perveni to arrive, reach
Causa, causae cause, reason
Gladius, gladii sword
Tyrannus, tyranny tyrant
Theatrum, theatric theatre
Pars, partis part (f)
Timor, timoris fear (m)
Caput, capitis head (n)
Num? surely not?
Satis + [gen] enough
Pro + [abl] in front of, on behalf of, for
Armatus, -a, -um armed
Quantus, -a, -um how great?
Ultimus, -a, -um furthest, last
Vexo, vexare, vexavi to worry, annoy
Augeo, augere, auxi to increase
Accendo, accendere, accendi to set fire to
Colligo, colligere, college to collect, gather
Ruo, ruere, rui to rush
Philosophia, philosophiae philosophy
Exitium, exitii destruction
Imperium Romanum the Roman empire
Otium, otii leisure
Orbis, orbis circle, globe (m)
Orbis terrarium the globe, the world
Potestas, potestatis power (f)
Portus, portus port (m)
Benignus, -a, -um kind
Plenus, -a, -um + [abl] full (of)
Scelestus, -a, -um wicked, criminal
Ullus, -a, -um any
Civilis, civile of citizens, civil
Prudens, prudentis prudent, sensible, wise
Cras tomorrow
Ergo and so
Mane early (in the morning)
Cresco, crescere, crevi to grow, increase
Edo, esse, edi to eat
Solvo, solver, solvi to loose, untie, cast off
Luna, lunae moon
Argentum, argenti silver, money
Nubes, nubis cloud (f)
Viator, viatoris travellor (m)
Dexter, dextra, dextrum right
Dextra (manu) on the right (hand)
Sinister, sinistra, sinistrum left
Sinistra (manu) on the left (hand)
Reliquus, -a, -um remaining
Vivus, -a, -um alone, living
Inde thence, from there
Cum primum as soon as
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