LatinIFullVocabularyList2.pdf - Latin 202 Word List a(d)sto a(d)stare astiti a ab abs abdo abdere abdidi abditum abeo abire abi(v)i abitum abundo

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Latin 202 Word List a(d)sto, a(d)stare, astiti, - to stand near verb 1 a, ab, abs from, away from preposition abl abdo, abdere, abdidi, abditum to put away, remove, conceal verb 3 abeo, abire, abi(v)i, abitum to go away, depart verb irreg abundo, abundare, abundavi, abundatum to overflow verb 1 ac and, also, even conjunction coordinate ac as, than conjunction subordinate ac si as if conjunction subordinate accendo, accendere, accendi, accensum to set on fire verb 3 acer , acris, acre sharp, pointed, piercing adjective 3 acies, aciei f. sharp edge, line of battle noun 5 acutus, acuta, acutum sharp adjective 1 ad to, toward preposition acc ad/ffor, ad/ffari, ad/ffatus sum to speak to, address verb 1 adhuc up to this point, still adverb of place adicio, adicere, adieci, adiectum to put near, add verb 3-io adimo, adimere, ademi, ademptum to take away, snatch away verb 3 adventus, adventus, m. arrival noun 4 adversum against preposition acc adversus against preposition acc adverto, advertere, adverti, adversum to turn to verb 3 aedes , aedis f. house, temple noun 3 aeger , aegra, aegrum sick, unwell adjective 1 aeneus, aenea, aeneum made of metal adjective 1 aequo , aequare, aequavi, aequatum to make equal, make level, compare verb 1 aequor, aequoris n. an even surface, the smooth sea noun 3 aer , aeris n. the lower atmosphere, air, mist noun 3 aes , aeris n. metal, usually copper or bronze noun 3 aestus , aestus m. heaving motion, rage of fire, swell of the sea noun 4 aether, aetheris m. (lit. space burning brightly), the upper air noun 3 aetherius, aetheria, aetherium celestial adjective 1 aevum , aevi n. eternity, age noun 2 agmen, agminis n. train, army noun 3 agnosco, agnoscere, agnovi, agni/otus to perceive, declare verb 3 ago , agere, egi, actum to put in motion, drive, conduct verb 3 ala , alae f. wing noun 1 albus , alba, album (chalky) white adjective 1 ales, alitis winged (subst: bird) adjective 3 aliquando sometimes adverb of time aliter otherwise adverb miscellaneous alius , alia, aliud other, different adjective ius almus, alma, almum nourishing, bountiful, kind adjective 1