LATIN 21-27.txt

  1. a, ab (+abl)
  2. adiuvo, adiuvare, adiuvi, adiutus
    to help
  3. annus, anni, m
    the year
  4. ascendo, ascendere, ascendi, ascensus
    to climb, rise
  5. barbarus, barbari, m.
    the barbarian
  6. celo, celare, celavi, celatus
    to hide
  7. circum (+acc)
  8. confido, confidere, confisus sum (+dat)
    to trust
  9. deicio, deicere, deieci, deiectus
    to throw down
  10. durus, a, um
    harsh, hard
  11. efficio, efficere, effeci, effectus
    to carry out, accomplish
  12. extraho, extrahere, extraxi, extractus
    to drag
  13. fons, fontis, m
    the fountain, spring
  14. gravis, is, e
    heavy, serious
  15. haruspex, haruspicis; m.
    the diviner, soothsayer
  16. hora, horae, f.
    the hour
  17. infelix, x, x; gen. cis
  18. iubeo, iubere, iussi, iussus
    to order
  19. morbus, i, m.
    the illness
  20. nonnulli, ae, a
    some, several
  21. nuper
  22. occupatus, a, um
  23. oppidum, i; n.
    the town
  24. peritus, a, um
  25. plenus, a, um
  26. plus, pluris, n.
    the more
  27. pretium, i; n.
    the price
  28. sapiens, ns, ns; gen: ntis
  29. suscipio, suscipere, suscepi, susceptus
    to undertake, take on
  30. unde
    from where
  31. adeptus, a, um
    having recieved, obtained
  32. amor, ris, m;
    the love
  33. aureus, a, um
  34. avide
  35. caelum, i; n
    the sky
  36. decipio, decipere, decepi, deceptus
    to decieve, trick
  37. dirus, a, um
    dreadful, awful
  38. dissentio, dissentire, dissensi, dissensus
    to disagree
  39. eligo, eligere, elegi, elects
    to choose
  40. exitum, i; n.
    the ruin, destruction
  41. fundo, fundere, fudi, fusus
    to pour
  42. hostis, is, m.
    the enemy
  43. iacto, iactare, iactavi, iactatus
    to throw
  44. incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptus
    to begin
  45. ingresus, a, um
    having entered
  46. inicio, inicere, inieci, iniectus
    to throw in
  47. lacrima, ae; f.
    the tear
  48. minimus, a, um
    very little, least
  49. molestus, a, um
  50. moneo, monere, monui, monitus
    to warn, advise
  51. parco, parcere, peperci (+dat)
    to spare
  52. precatus, a, um
    having prayed (to)
  53. prudentia, ae; f.
    the good sense
  54. quantus, a, um
    how big
  55. quo modo?
  56. tardus, a, um
  57. tutus, a, um
  58. verbum, i; n.
    the word
  59. virtus, utis; f.
    the courage
  60. vito, vitare, vitavi, vitatus
    to avoid
  61. administro, administrare, administravi, administratus
    to manage
  62. cedo, cedere, cessi, cessus
    to give in
  63. clarus, a, um
  64. commemoro, commemorare, commemoravi, commemoratus
    to mention, recall
  65. conspicatus, a, um
    having caught sight of
  66. cura, ae; f.
    the care
  67. enim
  68. erro, errare, erravi, erratus
    to make a mistake
  69. gerro, gerere, gessi, gestus
    to wear
  70. honor, oris; m.
    the honor
  71. iacio, iacere, ieci, iactus
    to throw
  72. immotus, a, um
    still, motionless
  73. locutus, a, um
    having spoken
  74. magnopere
  75. magis
    more, rather
  76. maxime
    very greatly, most of all
  77. mandatum, i; n.
    the instruction, order
  78. modus, i; m;
    the manner
  79. res huius modi
    a thing of this kind
  80. nimium, i; n.
    too much
  81. orno, ornare, ornavi, ornatus
    to decorate
  82. pareo, parere, parui, paritus (+dat)
    to obey
  83. potens, ns, ns; gen. ntis
  84. pravus, a, um
  85. regressus, a, um
    having returned
  86. scio, scire, scivi, scitus
    to know
  87. talis, is, e
  88. tamquam
    as, like
  89. umquam
  90. venenum, i; n.
    the poison
  91. venia, ae; f.
    the mercy
  92. auctoritas, atis; f.
    the authority
  93. audax, ax, ax; gen: acis
    bold, daring
  94. carcer, ris; m.
    the prison
  95. colloquium, i; n.
    the talk, chat
  96. comprehendo, comprehendere, comprehendi, comprehensus
    to arrest
  97. conscendo, conscendere, conscendi, conscensus
    to climb on, mount
  98. cum
  99. descendo, descendere, descendi, descensus
    to go down
  100. desero, deserere, deserui, desertus
    to desert
  101. egressus, a, um
    having gone out
  102. eques, uitis; m.
    the horseman
  103. flumen, minis; n.
    the river
  104. humi
    on the ground
  105. infestus, a, um
  106. interea
  107. neque...neque
  108. nusquam
  109. oppugno, oppugnare, ooppugnari, oppugnatus
    to attack
  110. passus, a, um
    having suffered
  111. patefacio, patfacere, patefeci, patefactus
  112. perfidus, a, um
    treacherous, untrustworthy
  113. pons, ntis; m.
    the bridge
  114. ripa, ae; f.
    the river bank
  115. tantum
  116. transeo, transire, transii, transitus
    to cross
  117. tristis, is, e
  118. verum, i; n.
    the truth
  119. accido, accidere, accidi, accisus
    to happen
  120. aliquis
  121. aperio, aperire, aperui, apertus
    to open
  122. autem
  123. captivus, i; m.
    the prisoner, captive
  124. castra, orum; n. pl
    the camps
  125. cogo, cogere, coegi, coactus
    to force, compel
  126. depono, deponere, deposui, depositus
    to put down, take off
  127. desino, desinere, desii, desitus
    to cease, end
  128. dignitas, atis; f.
    the importance, prestige
  129. diligentia, ae; f.
    the industry, hard work
  130. explico, explicare, explicavi, explicatus
    to explain
  131. extra (+acc)
  132. furens, ns, ns; gen: ntis
    furious, in a rage
  133. haesito, haesitare, haesitavi, haesitatus
    to hesitate
  134. immemor, r, r; gen: ris
  135. immortalis, is, e
  136. di immortales!
    by the immortal gods!
  137. laedo, laedere, laesi, laesus
    to harm
  138. lateo, latere, latui
    to lie hidden
  139. legio, onis; f.
    the legion
  140. nescio, nescire, nescivi, nescitus
    to not know
  141. nomen, minis; n.
    the name
  142. os, oris; n.
    the face
  143. poena, ae; f.
    the punishment
  144. poenas dare
    to pay the penalty
  145. rursus
  146. scelestus, a, um
  147. statio, onis; f.
    the post
  148. suavis, is, e.
  149. testis, is; m.f.
    the witness
  150. accuso, accusare, accusavi, accusatus
    to accuse
  151. aufero, auferre, abstuli, ablatus
    to take away, steal
  152. bellum, i; n.
    the war
  153. bellum gerere
    to wage war
  154. cohors, cohortis; f.
    the cohort
  155. colligo, colligere, collegi, collecus
    to gather, collect
  156. commotus, a, um
    moved, excited, upset
  157. doceo, docere, docui, doctus
    to teach
  158. facinus, facinoris; n.
    the crime
  159. falsus, a, um
    false, dishonest
  160. fides, ei; f.
    loyalty, trustworthiness
  161. insanus, a, um
  162. instruo, instruere, instruxi, instructus
    to draw up
  163. legatus, i; m.
    the commander
  164. num
  165. occupo, occupare, occupavi, occupatus
    to seize, take over
  166. oportet
    it is right
  167. me oportet
    I must
  168. perfidia, ae; f.
    the treachery
  169. praebeo, praebere, praebui, praebitus
    to provide
  170. principia, iorum, n. pl.
    the headquarters
  171. provincia, ae; f.
    the province
  172. quot?
    how many?
  173. refero, referre, retuli, relatus
    to bring back, deliver
  174. regnum, i; n.
    the kingdom
  175. saevus, a, um
    savage, cruel
  176. sane
  177. si
  178. tribunus, i; m.
    the tribune
  179. ultimus, a, um
  180. ut
    that, in order to
  181. adeo
    so much, so greatly
  182. adventus, us; m.
    the arrival
  183. antea
  184. appareo, apparere, apparui, apparitus
    to appear
  185. ardeo, ardere, arsi, arsus
    to burn
  186. certamen, minis; n.
    the contest, fight
  187. comes, mitis; m. f.
    the comrade, companion
  188. decet
    it is proper
  189. me decet
    I ought
  190. fax, facis; f.
    the torch
  191. gaudeo, gaudere, gavisus sum
    to be pleased, rejoice
  192. ignarus, a, um
    not knowing, unaware
  193. impero, imperare, imperavi, imperatus (+dat)
    to order, command
  194. incendo, incendere, incendi, incensus
    to burn, set fire to
  195. insidiae, arum; f. pl.
    the trap, ambush
  196. iocus, i; m.
    the joke
  197. iussum, i; m.
    the order
  198. manus, us; f.
    the band (of men)
  199. noceo, nocere, nocui, nocitus (+dat)
    to hurt
  200. occurro, occurrere, occurri, occurrsus (+dat)
    to meet
  201. osculum, i; n.
    the kiss
  202. praeceps, ps, ps; gen: pitis
  203. praemium, i; n.
    the prize, reward
  204. proximus, a, um
  205. qualis, is, e
    what sort
  206. silentium, i; n.
    the silence
  207. sub(+abl/acc)
    under, beneath
  208. tacitus, a, um
  209. taedet
    it is tiring
  210. me taedet
    I am tired, bored
  211. tantus, a, um
    so great
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LATIN 21-27.txt
Cambridge Latin Course stages 21-27 vocab