Latin 201 Final Vocabulary

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  1. ars, artis (f)
    science, art, skill
  2. lingua, ae (f)
    language, tongue (physically)
  3. plus, plūris (n)
    more
  4. antīquus, a, um
    ancient
  5. Latīnus, a, um
    Latin, pertaining to Latin
  6. māior, māius
    greater
  7. maximus, a, um
    greatest
  8. melior, melius
    better
  9. minimus, a, um
    smallest
  10. minor, minus
    smaller
  11. optimus, a, um
    best
  12. pēior, pēius
    worse
  13. pessimus, a, um
    worst
  14. plūrimus, a, um
    most
  15. plūrēs, plūra
    more
  16. dominor, dominārī, dominates sum
    to dominate, rule
  17. hortor, hortārī, hortātus sum
    to exhort, urge
  18. loquor, loquī, locūtus sum
    to speak
  19. partier, partīrī, partītus sum
    to divide, distribute
  20. patior, patī, passus sum
    to endure, tolerate, suffer
  21. sequor, sequin, secūtus sum
    to follow
  22. vereor, verērī, veritus sum
    to fear, respect
  23. adhūc
    still, up to this time
  24. Latīnē
    in Latin
  25. magis
    more
  26. minus
    less
  27. aetās, aetātis (f)
    age
  28. fidēs, fideī (f)
    faith
  29. glōria, ae (f)
    glory
  30. lībertās, lībertātis (f)
    freedom
  31. lūmen, lūminis (f)
    light
  32. ōtium, ī (n)
    leisure, free time
  33. ōrnātus, a, um
    adorned, ornate elaborate
  34. potēns, potentis
    powerful
  35. pūblicus, a, um
    common
  36. quails, quale
    what sort of
  37. studiōsus, a, um + genitive
    fond of
  38. ūtilis, utile
    useful
  39. ūnus, ūna, ūnum
    one
  40. fundō, ere, fūdī, fūsum
    to pour
  41. mālō, mālle, māluī, —
    to prefer
  42. nōlō, nōlle, nōluī, —
    not to want, to be unwilling
  43. trahō, ere, trāxī, trāctum
    to drag, to draw
  44. volō, velle, voluī, —
    to want
  45. tamquam
    as
  46. tot
    so many
  47. ubi
    where
  48. vix
    hardly
  49. rēs pūblica
    state
  50. exercitus,exercitūs (m)
    army
  51. hērēs, hērēdis (m/f)
    heir
  52. imperium,ī (n)
    rule, power, empire
  53. inopia,ae (f)
    want, helplessness
  54. nēmō(m)
    no one
  55. fidēlis, fidēle
    faithful, loyal
  56. secundus, a, um
    second
  57. tertius, a, um
    third
  58. tristis, triste
    sad
  59. due, duae, duo
    two
  60. trēs, tria
    three
  61. dēcipiō, ere, dēcēpī, dēceptum
    to deceive
  62. dīligō, ere, dīlēxī, dīlēctum
    to esteem highly, to love
  63. laudō, āre, āvī, ātum
    to praise
  64. restituō,ere, restituī, restitūtum
    to restore
  65. necesseest + dative+ infinitive
    it is necessary for someone to do something
  66. paulō
    a little bit, to a small extent
  67. quam
    than (with comparative words)
  68. quantum
    how much, to what extent
  69. satis
    enough, sufficiently
  70. vehementer
    vehemently, strong
  71. carmen, carminis (n)
    poem, song
  72. cibus, ī (m)
    food
  73. flūmen, flūminis (n)
    river
  74. iocus, ī (m)
    joke
  75. iuventūs, iuventūtis (f)
    youth
  76. mēns, mentis (f)
    mind, spirit
  77. vīnum, ī (n)
    wine
  78. virtūs, virtūtis (f)
    virtue, courage
  79. vitium, ī (n)
    vice
  80. dulcis, dulce
    sweet
  81. immemor, immemoris + genitive
    forgetful of
  82. levis, leve
    light
  83. proximus, a, um
    nearest
  84. vehemēns, vehementis
    violent, vehement
  85. ventus, venteris
    old
  86. bibō, ere, bibī,—
    to drink
  87. ōrō, āre, āvī, ātum
    to ask, entreat
  88. placeō, ēre, placuī, placitum + dative
    to please, to be agreeable to somebody
  89. that not, not to
  90. ut
    that, to
  91. tam...quam
    so...as
  92. agmen, agminis (n)
    marching column
  93. pōns, pontis (m)
    bridge
  94. porta, ae (f)
    gate
  95. victor, victōris (m)
    victor
  96. ingēns, ingentis
    huge
  97. ligneous, a, um
    made of wood
  98. quantus, a, m
    how much, how great
  99. tutus, a, um
    safe
  100. vacuus, a, um + ablative
    empty of
  101. aperiō, īre, aperuī, apertum
    to open
  102. coepī, coepisse, coeptum + infinitive
    to begin (perfect forms only)
  103. dēfendō, ere, dēfendī, dēfēnsum
    to defend
  104. ēdō, ere, ēdidī, ēditum
    to produce, to give forth
  105. furō, ere, furuī, -
    to rage, to be insane
  106. invādō, ere, invāsī, --
    to burst in
  107. parcō, ere, pepercī, --+ dative
    to spare (somebody or something)
  108. resistō, ere, restitī, -- + dative
    to resist (somebody or something)
  109. recipiō, ere, recēpī, receptum
    to take back, to receive
  110. mē recipiō
    • to receive 
    • I retreat
  111. valeō, ēre, valuī, -- + infinitive
    to be able; to be in good health
  112. ortus, ortūs (m)
    rising, beginning, origin
  113. ortus sōlis
    east
  114. piscis, piscis (m)
    fish
  115. cōnsilium, ī (n)
    advice
  116. gēns, gentis (f)
    tribe, population
  117. incola, ae (m)
    inhabitant
  118. insula, ae (f)
    island
  119. merīdiēs, ēī (m)
    south, midday
  120. mōs, mōris (m)
    custom, habit, pl morals
  121. mundus, ī (m)
    world
  122. sōl, sōlis (m)
    sun
  123. septentriōnālis, septentriōnāle
    northern
  124. situs, a, um
    situated, located
  125. aspiciō, ere, aspexī, aspectum
    to look at, catch a glimpse of
  126. gignō, ere, genuī, genitum
    to produce, give birth
  127. inveniō, īre, invēnī, inventum
    to come upon, find
  128. occupō, āre, āvī, ātum
    to occupy
  129. prōmittō, ere, prōmīsī, prōmissum
    to promise
  130. hodiē
    today
  131. negative particle with the subjunctive
  132. procul
    far, far away
  133. utinam
    I wish that, if only (a particle of wishing)
  134. et...et...
    both...and...
  135. annus, ī (m)
    year
  136. argentum, ī (n)
    silver
  137. aurum, ī (n)
    gold
  138. custōs, custōdis (m)
    guard
  139. eques, equitis (m)
    horseman
  140. fīnis, fīnis (m)
    end
  141. līs, lītis (f)
    dispute, quarrel
  142. odium, ī (n)
    hatred
  143. vestis, vestis (f)
    clothes, attire
  144. vōx, vōcis (f)
    voice
  145. vultus, vultūs (m)
    face
  146. altus, a, um
    tall, deep
  147. brevis, breve
    short
  148. clārus, a, um
    clear, distinguished
  149. gravis, grave
    heavy, serious
  150. gerō, gerere, gessī, gestum
    to wear
  151. sinō, sinere, sīvī, situm + accusative +infinitive
    to allow somebody to do something
  152. valeō, valēre, valuī, --
    to be in good health
  153. interdum
    sometimes
  154. māne
    in the morning
  155. ut
    as
  156. vel
    or
  157. odiō habeō + accusative
    I hate somebody
  158. coniūnx, coniugis (m/f)
    spouse
  159. discipula, ae (f)
    student (female)
  160. dominus, ī (m)
    master, lord
  161. fāma, ae (f)
    fame, name, reputation
  162. frater, frātris (m)
    brother
  163. magister, magistrī (m)
    teacher (male)
  164. mātrimōnium, ī (n)
    marriage
  165. salūs, salūtis (f)
    health, welfare
  166. improbus, a, um
    bad, wicked
  167. disco, ere, didicī, --
    to learn
  168. iungō, ere, iūnxī, iūnctum
    to join
  169. pariō, ere, peperī, partum
    to give birth to
  170. perdō, ere, perdidī, perditum
    to lose, waste
  171. scribe, ere, scrīpsī, scrīptum
    to write
  172. nusquam
    nowhere
  173. at
    but
  174. nē + subjunctive
    in order to not, lest.. .should
  175. ut + subjunctive
    in order to, so that
  176. salute dīcō + dative
    I greet (customary way to begin a letter)
  177. uxōrem dūcō
    to marry (a woman), take as a wife

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