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Latin vocab list #2

chapters 3, 4 and 5

QuestionAnswer
puer, pueri masculine boy
qui who
eadem the same
hortus, horti, masculine garden
clamo, clamare to shout
rideo, ridere to laugh
vir, viri, masculine man
servus, servi, masculine slave
multi, -ae, -a many
laboro, laborare to work
solus, a, um alone
iratus, -a, -um angry
subito suddenly
piscina, piscinae, feminie fishpond
cado, cadere falls
abeo, abire go away!
molestus, molesti, masculine pest
molestus,a, um troublesome, annoying
semper always
vexo, vexare to annoy
igitur therefore
amo, amare to like or love
dormio, dormire to sleep
conspicio, conspicere to catch sight of
furtim stealthily
appropinquo, appropinquare to approach
ascendo, ascendere to climb
magnus, a, um big, great
audio, audire to hear
video, videre to see
vox, vocis, feminine voice
terreo, terrere to frighten
sollicitus, a, um anxious, worried
tum at the moment
descendo, descendere to climb down
tu you (subject)
nihil nothing
te you (direct Object)
ceveo, cavere to be careful
ramus, rami, masculine branch
infurmus,a, um weak or shakey
fragor, fragoris, masculine crash, noise
si if
dies, diei, masculine day
calidus, a, um warm
silva, silvae, feminine woods, forest
ibi there
rivus, rivi, masculine stream
frigidus,a, um cool, cold
erro, errare to wander
prope near
volo, velle to whish or to want
ignavus, a, um cowardly, lazy
respondeo, respondere to reply
neque...neque neither...nor
temerarius, a, um rash, reckless, bold
lupus, lupi, masculine wolf
perterritus,a ,um frightened, terrified
statim immediately
ubi where
Fero, ferre(irregular) to bring or carry
auxilium, auxilii, neuter help
Ferte auxilium! Bring help!
clamor, clamoris, masculine to shout
ad toward
eos them
eum him
peto, petere to look for or seek
arripio, arripere to grab hold of, snatch
repello, repellere to drive off
e out of
slavus, a, um safe
advenio, advenire to reach or arrive
Created by: liza l