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Glossary of latin exam 1

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Facile
easily
facillis, facile
easy
severus, a, um
severe
recte
rightly, correctly
rectus, a, um
straight
vultus, a, um
face, expression
versus, versus (m)
verse
manus, manus (f)
hand
gradus, gradus (m)
step
liber, libri (m)
book
discipulus, -i (m)
pupil
schola, ae (f)
school, schoolroom
gratias ago (+dat)
I thank...
gratia, arum (f, pl)
thanks
poeta, ae (m)
poet
intellego, intellegere, intellexi
I understand
induo, induere, indui
I put on
rideo, ridere, risi
I laugh
recito, recitara, recitavi
I recite, read aloud
apello, appellare, appellavi
I call (by name)
ubi
where
extra (+acc)
outside
ubique
everywhere
paene
nearly
huc...illuc
this way and that
continuo
immediately
Iuppiter, Iovis (m)
Jupiter
vestimenta, orum (n, pl)
clothes
aedificium, -i (n)
building
difficilis, difficile
difficult
vacuss, a, um
empty
sacer, sacra, sacrum
sacred
medius, a, um
middle
invitus, a, um
unwilling
confectus, a, um
finished
altus, a, um
high
apertus, a, um
open
aperio, aperire, aperui
I open
claudo, claudere, clausi
I shut
ago, agere, egi
I do, I drive
sine (+abl)
without (preposition)
tam
so
adhuc
still
longe
far
longus, a, um
long
dies, diei (m)
day
ver, veris (n)
spring
tempus, temporis (n)
time
iter, itineris (n)
journey
ignis, ignis (m)
fire
annus, -i (m)
year
silva, -ae (f)
forest
lacrima, ae (f)
tear
conspicio, conspicere, conspexi
I catch sight of
vendo, vendere, vendidi
I sell
valere iubeo
I bid goodbye to
studeo, studere, studui (+dat)
I study
transeo, transire, transii
I cross
ineo, inire, inii
I enter, begin
fleo, flere, flevi
I weep
disco, discere, didici
I learn
absum, abesse, afui (+abl)
I am away from
cum
when (conjunction)
gravis, grave
heavy, serious
vera dicere
to speak the truth
verus, a, um
true
pessimus, a, um
worst
optimus, a, um
best
candidus, a, um
white
vulnus, vulneris (n)
wound
orationem habere
to make a speech
oratio, orationis (f)
speech
numerus, -i (m)
number
candidatus, i (m)
candidate
divitiae, arum (f, pl)
riches
pecunia, ae (f)
money
hora, ae (f)
hour
tamen
however, but
igitur
and so, therefore
enim
for
deinde
then, next
efficio, efficere, effeci
I effect, carry out
promitto, promittere, promisi
I promise
credo, credere, credidi (+dat)
I believe, trust
lego, legere, legi
I read
discedo, discedere, discessi
I go away, depart
supero, superare, superavi
I overcome
fui
I am
eram
I am (imperfect)
esse
I am
sum
I am

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