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Glossary of Latin II Final Exam Vocabulary (Spring Semester)

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exercitus
exeritus m. army
acies
aciei m. sharp edge, straight line, line of battle
vox
vocis f. voice
casus
casus m. fall, accident, chance, occasion
princeps
principis m. chief, prince, emperor
ius
iuris n. law, right
opus
operis n. work
proles
prolis f. offspring
caecus
caeca caecum blind, invisible
senex
senis old (as a noun means old man)
fruor
frui fructus sum enjoy (w/ablative)
obliviscor
oblivisci oblitus sum forget (w/genitive)
utor
uti usus sum use (w/ablative)
vereor
vereri veritus sum fear
coepi
coepise coeptum began (perfect only)
debeo
debe(w/macron)re debui debitus owe, ought
possum
posse potui __ be able
cogo
cogere coegi coactum collect, compel
iubeo
iube(w/macron)re iussi iussum order
soleo
sole(w/macron)re solitus sum be accustomed
dico
dicere dixi dictus say
moneo
mone(w/macron)re monui monitus warn, advise
scio
scire scivi scitus know
scribo
scribere scripsi scriptus write
nascor
nasci natus sum be born
ago
agere egi actus do, drive
pello
pellere pepuli pulsum strike
quaero
quaerere quaesivi quaesitus seek, ask for
sequor
sequi secutus follow
traho
trahere traxi tractus drag, draw
numquam (adverb)
never
umquam (adverb)
ever
vix (adverb)
scarcely
fere (adverb)
almost
propter (preposition w/acc.)
on account of

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