Latin Final Exam 102

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Latin Final Exam 102
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  1. dextra, dextrae (f)
    right hand
  2. ignis, ignis (m)
    Fire
  3. īra, īrae (f)
    anger
  4. nōmen, nōminis (n)
    name
  5. vīs, -- (f); pl. vīrēs, vīrium
    force, strength
  6. is, ea, id
    she/he/it, this, that
  7. nōs
    we
  8. vōs
    you
  9. noster, nostra, nostrum
    our
  10. similis, simile + genitive or dative
    like
  11. tantus, tanta, tantum
    so great
  12. tuus, tua, tuum
    your, yours (sing)
  13. vester, vestra, vestrum
    your, yours (pl)
  14. cōnsūmō, cōnsūmere, cōnsūmpsī, cōnsūmptum
    to consume
  15. faciō, facere, fēcī, factum
    to do, make
  16. inquit
    s/he says or said
  17. occīdō, occīdere, occīdī, occīsum
    to kill
  18. ostendō, ostendere, ostendī, ostentum
    to show
  19. pōnō, pōnere, posuī, positum
    to put, place
  20. ibi
    there
  21. statim
    immediately
  22. prope + accusative
    near
  23. bellum gerō
    to wage war
  24. prō vīribus
    with all one’s might
  25. arbor, arboris (f)
    tree
  26. argūmentum, argūmentī (n)
    proof, indication, argument
  27. gladius, gladiī (m)
    sword
  28. iūdex, iūdicis (m)
    judge
  29. odium, odiī (n)
    hatred
  30. ōs, ōris (n)
    mouth
  31. parēns, parentis (m/f)
    parent
  32. pectus, pectoris (n)
    chest
  33. sanguis, sanguinis (m)
    blood
  34. saxum, saxī (n)
    stone, rock
  35. senectūs, senectūtis (f)
    old age
  36. villa, vīllae (f)
    country house, villa
  37. mecum
    = cum mē with me
  38. nihil
    nothing
  39. quī, quae, quod
    who, which, that (relative pronoun)
  40. quis, quid
    who? what? (interrogative pronoun)
  41. tēcum
    = cum tē with you
  42. albus, alba, album
    white
  43. alius, alia, aliud
    another, other
  44. dificilis, difficile
    difficult
  45. dīves, dīvitis
    rich
  46. doctus, docta, doctum
    learned
  47. omnis, omne
    each, every, all
  48. parvus, parva, parvum
    Small
  49. prīmus, prīma, prīmum
    first
  50. quī, quae, quod
    what? which? (interrogative adjective)
  51. ruber, rubra, rubrum
    red
  52. rūsticus, rūstica, rūsticum
    rural, rustic
  53. sus, sua, suum
    his, her, its, their
  54. vērus, vēra, vērum
    true
  55. vetustus, vetusta, vetustum
    old
  56. cadō, cadere, cecidī, cāsum
    to fall
  57. comedō, comedere, comēdī, comēsum
    to eat
  58. conveniō, convenīre, convēnī, conventum
    to meet
  59. discēdō, discēdere, discessī, discessum
    to leave, go away
  60. dūcō, dūcere, dūxī, ductum
    to lead
  61. fluō, fluere, flūxī, fluxum
    to flow
  62. inquam
    I say/ I said (only introducing direct speech)
  63. licet + dative + infinitive
    it is allowed, it is permitted for someone to do something
  64. neglegō, neglegere, neglēxī, neglēctum
    to neglect
  65. nōlō
    (irregular verb) not to want, to be unwilling
  66. respondeō, respondēre, respondī, respōnsum
    to answer
  67. rogō, rogāre, rogāvī, rogātum
    to ask
  68. sēparō, sēparāre, sēparāvī, sēparātum
    to separate
  69. stō, stāre, stetī, statum
    to stand
  70. tango, tangere, tetigī, tāctum
    to touch
  71. vale!
    goodbye
  72. cūr
    why?
  73. etiam
    even, also
  74. fortasse
    perhaps
  75. iam
    already
  76. mox
    soon
  77. sīcut
    just as
  78. tantum
    only
  79. tum
    then
  80. ubīque
    everywhere
  81. umquam
    ever
  82. avunculus, avunculī
    uncle
  83. caelum, caelī (n)
    sky, heaven, weather
  84. causa, causae (f)
    cause, reason
  85. cinis, cineris (m)
    ash
  86. clādēs, clādis (f)
    disaster
  87. classis, classis (f)
    fleet, class (of people)
  88. cornū, cornūs (n)
    horn
  89. dea, deae (f)
    goddess
  90. dies, diēī (m/f)
    day
  91. domus, domūs (f)
    house, home
  92. faciēs, faciēī (f)
    face
  93. fātum, fātī (n)
    fate, destiny
  94. fēmina, fēminae (f)
    woman
  95. fūmus, fūmī (m)
    smoke
  96. imperator, imperātōris (m)
    general, emperor
  97. impetus, impetus (m)
    impetus, force, attack
  98. incendium, incendiī (n)
    conflagration, eruption
  99. initium, initiī (n)
    beginning
  100. iussus, iussūs (m)
    order
  101. lītus, lītoris (n)
    shore
  102. locus, locī (m) place; locī, locōrum (m) pl
    passages of a book;
  103. loca, locōrum (n) pl
    geographical places
  104. manus, manūs (f)
    hand
  105. marītus, marītī (m)
    husband
  106. māter, mātris (f)
    mother
  107. merīdiēs, merīdiēī (m)
    midday
  108. mōns, montis (m)
    mountain
  109. mūrus, mūrī (m)
    wall
  110. nāvis, nāvis (f)
    ship
  111. nūbēs, nūbis (f)
    cloud
  112. pars, partis (f)
    part
  113. pater, patris (m)
    father
  114. rēs, reī (f)
    thing, matter
  115. somnus, somnī (m)
    sleep
  116. tumultus, tumultūs (m)
    uproar, confusion
  117. uxor, uxōris (f)
    wife
  118. ventus, ventī (m)
    wind
  119. fūnestus, fūnesta, fūnestum
    deadly
  120. alō, alere, aluī, altum/alitum
    to feed, nourish
  121. āmittō, āmittere, āmīsī, āmissum
    to lose
  122. colō, colere, coluī, cultum
    to worship, cultivate
  123. corripiō, corripere, corripuī, correptum
    to seize, engulf
  124. currō, currere, cucurrī, cursum
    to run
  125. dēvastō, dēvastāre, dēvastāvī, dēvastātum
    to devastate
  126. dormiō, dormīre, dormīvī, dormītum
    to sleep
  127. dūcō, dūcere, dūxī, ductum
    to lead, take
  128. excitō, excitāre, excitāvī, excitātum
    to awaken, wake up, rouse, stir up
  129. exclāmō, exclāmāre, exclāmāvī, exclāmātum
    to exclaim
  130. exstinguō, exstinguere, exstīnxī, exstīnctum
    to extinguish
  131. iaciō, iacere, iēcī, iactum
    to throw
  132. legō, legere, lēgī, lēctum
    to read, choose
  133. occult, occultāre, occultāvī, occultātum
    to hide
  134. opprimō, opprimere, oppressī, oppressum
    to overwhelm, suppress
  135. quaerō, quaerere, quaesīvī, quaesītum
    to look for, search
  136. studeō, studēre, studuī, - + dative
    to study, be eager for, be interested in
  137. temptō, temptāre, temptāvī, temptātum
    to try
  138. facile
    easily
  139. ita
    so, in such a way
  140. multum
    much
  141. numquam
    never
  142. tam
    so
  143. post+ accusative
    after
  144. sine + ablative
    without
  145. cum
    when, after
  146. igitur
    therefore (usually the second word in its clause)
  147. if
  148. adulēscēns, adulēscentis (m/f)
    young man, young lady
  149. axis, axis (m)
    axle, axis
  150. barba, barbae (f)
    beard
  151. carō, carnis (f)
    meat, flesh
  152. cōnstantia, cōnstantiae (f)
    constancy
  153. cor, cordis (n)
    heart
  154. dīvitae, dīvitiārum (f.pl)
    wealth, riches
  155. fortūna, fortūnae (f)
    fortune, the goddess Fortune
  156. fūr, fūris (m)
    thief
  157. fūrtum, fūrtī (n)
    theft
  158. herba, herbae (f)
    plant, vegetation
  159. honor, honōris (m)
    honor, public office or distinction
  160. inīquiās, inīquitātis (f)
    injustice, mischief
  161. lēx, lēgis (f)
    law
  162. pellis, pellis (f)
    skin, hide
  163. pōmum, pōmī (n)
    fruit
  164. proelium,proeliī (n)
    battle, combat
  165. rota, rotae (f)
    wheel
  166. vestīmentum , vestīmentī (n)
    a garment, (pl) clothes
  167. vulnus, vulneris (n)
    wound
  168. hic, haec, hoc
    this, latter
  169. ille, illa, ilud
    that, former
  170. aequus, aequa, aequum
    even
  171. aequō animō
    indifferently
  172. aliēnus, aliēna, aliēnum + ā/ab + ablative
    foreign to, inconsistent with
  173. dīvīnus, dīvīna, dīvīnum
    Divine
  174. externus, externa, externum
    outward, external
  175. ferōx, ferōcis (genitive)
    fierce, ferocious
  176. futūrus, futūra, futūrum
    about to be (the future active participle of sum, ese, fuī)
  177. hūmānus, hūmāna, hūmānum
    human
  178. pauper, pauperis (genitive)
    poor
  179. plēnus + genitive or + ablative
    full of
  180. terribilis, terribile
    terrifying
  181. ūllus, ūlla, ūllum
    any
  182. abundō, abundāre, abundāvī, abundātum + ablative
    to abound with
  183. accipiō, accipere, accēpī, acceptum
    to accept, receive
  184. accūsō, accūsāre, accūsāvī, accūsātum + accusative + genitive
    to accuse someone of something
  185. colō, colere, coluī, cultum
    to worship, cultivate
  186. coquō, coquere, coxī, coctum
    to cook
  187. crēscō, crēscere, crēvī, -
    to grow
  188. dēlectō, dēlectāre, dēlectāvī, dēlectātum
    to delight, please
  189. dēscendō, dēscendere, dēscendī, dēscēnsum
    to descend
  190. egeō, egēre, eguī, - +ablative
    to lack something
  191. ēripiō, ēripere, ēripuī, ēreptum
    to snatch away
  192. errō, errāre, errāvī, erratum
    to wander, make a mistake
  193. lūdō, lūdere, lūsī, lūsum
    to play
  194. mūtō, mūtāre, mūtāvī, mūtātum
    to change
  195. possideō, possidēre, possēdī, possessum
    to possess
  196. pūniō, pūnīre, pūnīvī, pūnītum
    to punish
  197. recipiō, recipere, recēpī, receptum
    to take back
  198. reprehendō, reprehendere, reprehendī, reprehēnsum
    to blame, rebuke
  199. sānō, sānāre, sānāvī, sānātum
    to heal
  200. sedeō, sedēre, sēdī, sesum
    to sit
  201. terō, terere, trīvī, trītum
    to wear out, rub
  202. tollō, tollere, sustulī, sublātum
    to lift up, raise; to destroy
  203. verso, versāre, versāvī, versātum
    to turn
  204. vivō, vīvere, vīxīx vīctum
    to live
  205. vulnerō, vulnerāre, vulnerāvī, vulnerātum
    to wound
  206. celeriter
    swiftly
  207. forīs
    outside, in the open
  208. noctū
    during the night
  209. paene
    almost
  210. circum + accusative
    around
  211. inter + accusative
    between, among
  212. postquam
    after
  213. prō certō
    for certain, for sure

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