Vocabulary for Group 11 Exercises

Word

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Part of Speech

Translation/Definition

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  canis, canis

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 Noun 3rd c.  dog image  In current use: cave canem
  obses, -idis

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 Noun 3rd c. hostage;
surety
  vātēs, -is

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 Noun 3rd c. seer, soothsayer;
bard
  coniu(n)x, coniugis

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 Noun 3rd c. spouse
  comes, comitis

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 Noun 3rd c. (one who goes with you); companion, comrade, fellow-traveller;
associate, attendant
  ūsus, -ūs

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 Noun 4th m. use; practice, experience; usage, familiarity
  cāsus, -ūs

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 Noun 4th m. (what befalls you), mishap, accident, misfortune;
chance, opportunity
 In current use: casus bellī (misfortune leading to, used to justify war)
  cursus, -ūs

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 Noun 4th m. a running; course
  metus, -ūs

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 Noun 4th m. fear, dread, apprehension Synonyms
  sēnsus, -ūs

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 Noun 4th m. perception, sense, sensation; feeling
  flūctus, -ūs

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 Noun 4th m. a wave
  aditus, -ūs

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 Noun 4th m. access, approach
  impetus, -ūs

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 Noun 4th m. attack
  passus, -ūs

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 Noun 4th m. step, pace
  cantus, -ūs

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 Noun 4th m. song, music; prophecy; incantation
  adventus, -ūs

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 Noun 4th m. arrival, coming
  vultus, -ūs

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 Noun 4th m. (facial) expression, countenance; appearance
  portus, -ūs

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 Noun 4th m. harbor, port; haven
  sinus, -ūs

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 Noun 4th m. bay (of water); curve; fold
  spīritus, -ūs

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 Noun 4th m. breath; spirit; inspiration
  senātus, -ūs

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 Noun 4th m. senate
  compōnō, -ere, -posuī, -positus  Verb 3rd put together, bring together; compose, arrange; compare
  impōnō, -ere, -posuī, -positus  Verb 3rd put,lay ___ on ___ (dative); impose (on + dat.)
  conveniō, -īre, -vēnī, -ventum  Verb 4th come together; agree; agree with, be fitting to (+ dat.)
  conferō, -ferre, -tulī, -lātus  Verb Irregular bring together, collect; set in opposition
  conficiō, -ere, -fēcī, -fectus  Verb 3rd complete, accomplish, finish; prepare, procure, bring about; weaken;
(passive) be made up (of); be composed (of)
Omnis igitur oratio conficitur ex verbīs (Cic. de Orat. III.37.149)
  colligō (/conligō), -ere, -lēgī, -lēctus  Verb 3rd gather together, collect
  collocō (/conlocō), -āre, -āvī, -ātus  Verb 1st place, set up, arrange
  compleō, -ēre, complēvī, complētus  Verb 2nd fill up, make full, complete; fulfill
  cadō, -ere, cecidī, cāsūrus  Verb 3rd fall
  currō, -ere, cucurrī, cursūrus  Verb 3rd run, hasten
  metuō, -ere, metuī, —  Verb 3rd fear, dread, be afraid Synonyms
  fluō, -ere, fluxī, fluxum  Verb 3rd fluo
  adeō, -īre, -ī(v)ī, -itus  Verb Irregular go to, approach
  adferō (/afferō), -ferre, attulī, allātus  Verb Irregular bring to; report
  iungō, -ere, iūnxī, iūnctus  Verb 3rd join, unit, connect
  accidō, -ere, -cidī, —  Verb 3rd (fall to);(often impersonal) happen
  addūcō, -ere, -dūxī, -ductus  Verb 3rd lead, bring (to); induce, persuade
  dēserō, -ere, -seruī, -sertus  Verb 3rd desert, forsake
  cernō, -ere, crēvī, crētus  Verb 3rd distinguish, discern; decide, decree, determine
  sūmō, -ere, sūmpsī, sūmptus  Verb 3rd take, take up; choose; assume; put on (clothes)
  cōgō, -ere, coēgī, coāctus  Verb 3rd compel, force; (drive together), collect, gather
  perdō, -ere, perdidī, perditus  Verb 3rd destroy, ruin, do away with; waste, squander
  frangō, -ere, frēgī, frāctus  Verb 3rd break  Malum vas nōn frangitur.
  dēfendō, -ere, -fendī, -fensus  Verb 3rd defend, protect; ward off
  permittō, -ere, -mīsī, -missus  Verb 3rd allow, permit (+ dat.); let go
  discō, -ere, didicī, —  Verb 3rd learn
  nōbilis, -e

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 Adjective 3rd renowned, noted; noble, of noble birth
  commūnis, -e

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 Adjective 3rd common
  mollis, -e

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 Adjective 3rd soft, tender; mild, gentle
  volucer, -cris, -cre

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 Adjective 3rd swift, rapid; fleet, flying
  crūdēlis, -e

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 Adjective 3rd cruel
  māior, māius

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 Adjective 3rd Comparitive bigger, greater, larger;
(natu) older (in birth)
Comparative of magnus
  inānis, -e

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 Adjective 3rd empty, void; worthless
  viridis, -e

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 Adjective 3rd green; fresh, blooming, lively
  vehemēns (-mentis)

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 Adjective 3rd forceful, vehement
  turpis, -e

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 Adjective 3rd foul, repulsive, disgraceful
  immānis, -e

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 Adjective 3rd enormous, immense; monstrous
  frequēns (-quentis)

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 Adjective 3rd crowded, full; repeated
  fidēlis, -e

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 Adjective 3rd faithful, trustworthy
  caelestis, -e

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 Adjective 3rd heavenly, celestial
  uterque, utraque, utrumque  Adjective “Pronoun” Declension each ____ (of two) Pronouns
 Pronoun each one (of two)
  quisque, quaeque, quodque  Adjective “Pronoun” Declension each ____ Pronouns
 quisque, quaeque, quidque/quicque  Pronoun each one Pronouns
  undique  Adverb from everywhere; from all sides, (from) on all sides -que distributive
  item  Adverb likewise
  quidem  Adverb (postpositive) indeed; even; (but) indeed Joseph B. Solodow, The Latin Particle Quidem, 1978
 ne ____ quidem  Adverb not even ____
 statim  Adverb at once, immediately current use: “stat” (medical)
  cūr  Adverb Interrogative why
  tamquam  Adverb just as, like; as if Correlative
  heu  Interjection (of grief or pain) alas! oh!

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