Ox Lat 2 18

  1. allicio -licere -lexi -lectum
    entice, allure
  2. almus -a -um
    nourishing, bountiful
  3. alumnus -a
    foster-child, pupil
  4. ango -ere
    throttle, distress, torment
  5. angor -oris m.
    anguish, distress
  6. aquilo -onis m.
    north(-east) wind
  7. arbiter -tri m.
    judge, umpire, director
  8. arbitrium -i n.
    judgment, opinion, authority
  9. argumentum -i n.
    evidence, proof, theme, plot
  10. armus -i m.
    shoulder, fore-quarter
  11. artus -a -um
    close, tight, narrow
  12. attineo -ere -tinui -tentum
    concern, pertain to
  13. auriga -ae m.
    charioteer
  14. auspex -icis m.
    augur, prophet, commander
  15. auspicium -i n.
    omen derived from birds, command
  16. auspicor -ari -atus
    take the auspicia, make a good beginning
  17. aversus -a -um
    backwards, behind, unfavourable
  18. avunculus -i m.
    uncle (maternal)
  19. baculum -i n.
    stick
  20. ballista -ae f.
    catapult
  21. basium -i n.
    kiss
  22. bestia -ae f.
    beast
  23. bini -ae -a
    a pair, two each
  24. Boreas -ae m.
    north wind
  25. caducus -a -um
    falling, fallen, fleeting, transitory
  26. caesaries -ei f.
    hair
  27. calamus -i m.
    reed, pen, pipe
  28. caleo -ere -ui
    be hot
  29. calleo -ere
    be skilful, versed in, have knowledge of
  30. calumnia -ae f.
    false statement or accusation
  31. calx calcis f.
    heel
  32. cauda -ae f.
    tail
  33. cera -ae f.
    wax, writing-tablet
  34. cicatrix -icis f.
    scar
  35. citus -a -um
    quick
  36. claustra -orum n.pl.
    bar, bolt, lock, barrier
  37. clavus -i m.
    nail, rudder, purple stripe on tunica
  38. clivus -i m.
    slope
  39. columba -ae f.
    dove, pigeon
  40. comis -is -e
    kind, courteous, friendly
  41. comitas -atis f.
    kindness, courtesy, affability
  42. comoedia -ae f.
    comedy
  43. congredior -gredi -gressus
    meet, engage in battle
  44. congruo -ere -ui
    agree, be consistent with
  45. consulto (adv.)
    on purpose
  46. conviva -ae m.
    dinner-companion, guest
  47. convivium -i n.
    dinner-party, banquet
  48. coquo -ere coxi coctum
    cook
  49. coquus -i m.
    cook
  50. corona -ae f.
    garland, wreath, crowd of men
  51. crepo -are -ui -itum
    rattle, creak, make a noise
  52. crux crucis f.
    cross
  53. culina -ae f.
    kitchen
  54. culmen -inis n.
    top, summit, roof
  55. cultus -us m.
    cultivation, care, culture, civilisation
  56. declino (1)
    deflect, deviate
  57. defero -ferre -tuli -latum
    carry off, confer, report, inform against
  58. dego -ere degi
    spend, pass
  59. dehinc
    henceforth, next
  60. deinceps
    one after another, in turn
  61. delictum -i n.
    fault, offence
  62. delinquo -ere -liqui -lictum
    do wrong, offend
  63. depingo -ere -pinxi -pictum
    portray, describe
  64. destino (1)
    intend, destine, appoint
  65. devenio -ire -veni -ventum
    reach, arrive at
  66. dico (1)
    dedicate, devote
  67. dictito (1)
    declare, say often
  68. differo -ferre distuli dilatum
    scatter, publish, put off, differ
  69. discumbo -ere -cubui -cubitum
    take places at table
  70. discurro -ere -cucurri (or -curri) -cursum
    run to and fro, dash about
  71. discutio -cutere -cussi -cussum
    shatter, disperse
  72. disiungo -ere -iunxi -iunctum
    separate
  73. disputo (1)
    examine, discuss
  74. diurnus -a -um
    by day, daily
  75. diuturnus -a -um
    lasting a long time
  76. doctrina -ae f.
    instruction, science, learning
  77. dorsum -i n.
    back
  78. dudum (usually iamdudum)
    a long time ago
  79. ebrius -a -um
    drunk
  80. edico -ere -dixi -dictum
    proclaim, announce
  81. egenus -a -um
    in need of, lacking
  82. egestas -atis f.
    poverty, want
  83. elicio -licere -licui -licitum
    entice, draw out
  84. emereo -ere -ui -itum (and passive)
    earn, deserve, complete term of service
  85. essedum -i n.
    war-chariot
  86. Eurus -i m.
    south-east wind
  87. excidium -i n.
    destruction
  88. excutio -cutere -cussi -cussum
    shake out, knock out, shake off,get rid of
  89. exedo -esse -edi -esum
    consume, eat away
  90. exigo -ere -egi -actum
    drive out, exact, complete
  91. eximo -ere -emi -emptum
    remove, release
  92. exitus -us m.
    outlet, end, result
  93. exprimo -ere -pressi -pressum
    model, portray, translate
  94. exta -orum n.pl.
    inwards, entrails
  95. exuviae -arum f.pl.
    spoils
  96. facetiae -arum f.pl.
    wit, humour
  97. facetus -a -um
    witty, elegant
  98. factio -onis f.
    political party
  99. familiaris -is -e
    of the household, friendly,(as noun) intimate friend
  100. fanum -i n.
    temple
  101. fasti -orum m.pl.
    calendar, annals
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