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Vocabulary - 1 Vocabulary Chapter 20(m pl...

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1) Vocabulary Chapter 20 coniUratI-Orum (m. pl) conspirators (conjure) cornU-cornUs (n) horn ( unicorn) frUctus-Us (m) fruit; profit; benefit; enjoyment genU-Us (n) knee ( genuflect) manus-Us (f) hand; handwriting; band ( manual; manufacture) metus-Us (m) fear; dread; anxiety mOns, montis (m) mountain senates-Us (m) senate sEnsus-Us (m) feeling; sense ( sensation, sensitive ) sevitUs, servitUtis (f) servitude; slavery spIritus-Us (m) breath, breathing; spirit, soul ( spiritual; inspire) versus-Us (m) line of verse commUnis, commune Common; general; of/for the community dexter, dextra, dextrum Right; right handed sinister, sinistra, sinistrum Left; left handed; harmful; ill-omened careO, career, caruI, caritUrum(+ abl of separation) To be w/out, deprived of, want, LACK, be free from dEfendO, -fendere-fendI-fEnsum To ward off, defend, protect discEdO-cEdere-cessI-cessum To go away; depart OdI, Odisse, OsUrum To hate ( odious) prohibeO-hibEre-hibuI-hibitum To keep(back), prevent, hinder, restrain, prohibit prOnUntiO To proclaim, announce, declaim, pronounce Chapter 19 argumentum-I (n) proof, evidence, argument auctor, auctOris (m) increaser, author, originator ( authority) beneficium-iI (n) benefit, kindness; favor ( beneficial)
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familia-ae (f) household; family Graecia-ae (f) Greece iUdex, iUdicis (m) judge, juror iUdicium-iI (n) judgment, decision, opinion; trial scelus-sceleris (n) evil deed, crime, sin, wickedness quis? quid? (inter. Pron) who? Whose? Whom? What? Which? quI? quae? quod? (inter. adj) what? Which? What kind of? certus-a-um Definite, sure, certain, reliable gravis, grave Heavy, serious, important, severe, grievous immortAlis-immortAle Not subject to death, immortal at (conj) but; but, mind you; but, you say nisi (conj) if…not; unless; except contrA (prep+acc) against iam (adv) now, already, soon dElectO To delight, charm, please lIberO To free, liberate parO To prepare, provide, get, obtain (repair, compare) Chapter 18 flUmen-flUminis (n) river genus-generis (n) origin; kind; type; sort; class (generic) hostis-hostis (m) an enemy ( hostile) lUdus-I (m) game; sport; school ( ludicrous, illusion) probitAs, probitAtis (f) uprightness; honesty ( probity ) scientia-ae (f) knowledge ( science) clArus-a-um Clear, bright, renowned, famous, illustrious mortAlis, mortAle Mortal cUr (adv) why? Deinde (adv) thereupon, next, then
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fluO, fluere, flUxI, flUxum To flow ( fluid, fluent ) legO, legere, lEgI, lEctum To pick out, choose, read ( elect, elegant, eligible) misceO, miscEre, miscuI, mixtum To mix, stir up, disturb ( mixture ) moveO, movEre, mOvI, mOtum To move, arouse, affect (mobile, emotion) Videor, vidErI, vIsus sum To be seen, seem, appear Chapter 17 libellus-I (m) little book quI, quae, quod (rel. pron) who, which, what, that caecus-a-um blind levis, leve Light, easy, slight, trivial aut; aut. .aut Or; either. . or cito quickly quoque (adv) also, too admittO, -mittere-mIsI-missum To admit, receive, let in coepI, cupere, cupIvI, cupItum To desire, wish, long for
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course LATN 1001 taught by Professor Lafleur during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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