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chapt 26.3


levāre to raise, lift (elevator, levitation)
sūrsum up
deorsum down
īntimus-a-um lowest
summus-a-um highest (summit)
sīn but if
ūrere to burn (urine, combustion)
-tō/-tote thou shalt (vb.), you’d better (vb)
cautus-a-um careful (cautious)
estō you’d better BE!
suspicere (3i) to look upwards
lībertās (P&G) freedom, liberty lībertātēs,f
dēspicere (3i) to look down
vidērī to seem, appear
paenīnsula peninsula
vērum: new meaning but
temerārius-a-um rash, bold, reckless (temerity)
ōra shore,beach
movēre (meaning and infs.) to move, mōvisse, mōtum
gerund after ars genitive ndi
the future tense of fieri fiaM, fiēs, fiet, fiēmus, fiētis, fient
future imperative of esse sing. and pl. estō, estōte
future imperative of ANY verb singular imperative + -to, pl. + -tote
exitus (P&G) new meaning end exitūs, M
accidere (+ case) and inf. to happen (+ dative) ACCIDisse (accident)
propinquus-a-um close nearby propinquity
respicere (3i) to look back (respect)
aberrāre to wander away (aberration)
causā (+ case) for the sake of (+ genitive)
revocāre to call back (revoke)
invenīre (meaning and infs.) to find/to discover invēnisse, inventum
the comparative and superlative of valdē magis, maximē
Gerunds BEFORE causā genitive
case used on gerunds to indicate “thing used” ablative, no prep allowed!
the two ways that causā is the most unusual preposition ever met 1. it takes the GENITIVE case and 2. it comes AFTER its (genitive) object
Created by: merlineacademy