Capitulum Sextum Via Latīna

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  1. via, viae


    noun (f., 1st declension)
    • a way, highway, road, path, street
    • a way, passage, channel, pipe, entrance
    • a way, march, journey
    • [figuratively] a way, method, mode, manner, fashion, course
    • [ablative] by the right way, in the proper manner, correctly, unerringly, properly
  2. mūrus, mūrī
    (moerus, moerī)

    2 MV-

    noun (m., 2nd declension)
    • a wall, city wall
    • a wall (of a building)
    • a rim (of a dish)
    • [figuratively] a wall, protection, bulwark
  3. porta, portae

    1 PAR-

    noun (f., 1st declension)
    • a city-gate, gate
    • an avenue, entrance, passage, outlet, inlet, door
  4. lectīca, lectīcae

    2 lectus

    noun (f., 1st declension)
    a litter, sedan, portable couch, palanquin, sofa, lounge
  5. saccus, saccī


    noun (m., 2nd declension)
    a sack, bag
  6. umerus, umerī



    noun (m., 2nd declension)
    the upper arm, shoulder
  7. amīcus, amīcī

    1 AMICUS

    noun (m., 2nd declension)
    • a loved one, loving one, friend
    • a patron, protector
    • a companion, colleague
    • [of the state] a friend, ally
    • [of a prince] a counsellor, courtier, minister
  8. inimīcus, inimīca, inimīcum


    2 in

    adjective (2-1-2)
    • unfriendly, hostile, inimical
    • [as subst] an enemy, foe
    • of an enemy, hostile
    • hurtful, injurious, damaging
  9. equus, equī

    (ecus, ecī)

    3 AC-

    noun (m., 2nd declension)
    • a horse, steed, charger
    • [plural poetic] a chariot
    • a sea-horse
    • the Trojan Horse
    • the constellation Pegasus
  10. amīcus, amīca, amīcum



    adjective (2-1-2)
    • loving, friendly, kind, favorable
    • [figuratively] of things, kindly, pleasing, acceptable, favorable
  11. longus, longa, longum

    2 LEG-

    adjective (2-1-2)
    • long, extended
    • [in length] longgreat, vast, spacious
    • long, of long duration, lasting, prolonged, tedious
    • distant, remote, long delayed
  12. malus, mala, malum


    adjective (2-1-2)
    • bad, not good
    • morally bad, wicked, criminal, depraved, mischievous, malicious
    • bad, unfortunate, injurious, destructive, pernicious
  13. fessus, fessa, fessum

    2 FA-

    adjective (2-1-2)
    • wearied, tired, fatigued, exhausted, worn out, weak, feeble, infirm
    • exhausted, worn out, enfeebled, feeble
  14. duodecim

    duo + decem

    adjective (indeclinable)
  15. it - 3rd person singular present active indicative

    eō, īre, īvī, itus

    1 I-

    verb (ire conjugation)
    • to go, walk, ride, sail, fly, move, pass
    • to go, march, move, advance (against a foe)
    • to pass, turn, be transformed
    • [figuratively] to go, pass, proceed, move, advance, enter, betake oneself
    • [in the phrase, ire in sententiam] to accede to, adopt, vote for, follow
    • [with supin. acc.] to go about, set out, prepare
  16. eunt - 3rd person plural present active indicative

    eō, īre, īvī, itus

    1 I-

    verb (ire conjugation)
    • to go, walk, ride, sail, fly, move, pass
    • to go, march, move, advance (against a foe)
    • to pass, turn, be transformed
    • [figuratively] to go, pass, proceed, move, advance, enter, betake oneself
    • [in the phrase, ire in sententiam] to accede to, adopt, vote for, follow
    • [with supin. acc.] to go about, set out, prepare
  17. portat - 3rd person singular present active indicative

    portō, portāre, portāvī, portātus

    1 PAR-

    verb (1st conjugation)
    • to bear, carry, convey, take
    • [figuratively] to bear, carry, bring
  18. ambulat - 3rd person singular present active indicative

    ambulō, ambulāre, ambulāvī, ambulātus

    am- (for ambi),

    verb (1st conjugation)
    • to walk, walk about, take a walk
    • to go, travel, march
    • to traverse
    • of gait, to march around, strut about
  19. vehit - 3rd person singular present active indicative

    vehō, vehere, vexī, vectus


    verb (3rd conjugation)
    to bear, carry, convey, draw
  20. timet - 3rd person singular present active indicative

    timeō, timēre, timuī, -

    2 TEM-

    verb (2nd conjugation)
    • to fear, be afraid, be fearful, be apprehensive, be afraid of, dread, apprehend
    • [poetic] to show fear, express terror
  21. intrat - 3rd person singular present active indicative

    intrō, intrāre, intrāvī, intrātus

    * interus-- ANA-

    verb (1st conjugation)
    • to go into, enter
    • to penetrate, pierce, enter, force a way in
    • [figuratively] to penetrate, pierce, enter, reach, attain
  22. tam

    3 TA-

    adverb - positive
    • [correl. with quam in comparisons, implying equality of degree] in such a degree, as much, so, so much
    • [tam...quam] as much as
    • [with a comparative clause implied in the context] so, to such a degree, so very, equally
    • [followed by a clause of result with ut, qui or quin (only with adjj. and advv.)] so, so very
  23. quam


    adverb - positive
    • in what manner, to what degree, how greatly, how, how much,
    • how? how! how very!
    • [especially in comparisons] in what degree, as
    • [with ellips. of tam] as much as, to the extent that, as.. as
    • in the highest degree, as.. as possible, extremely, very
    • than
  24. inter


    preposition (accusative)
    • between, betwixt
    • among, amid, in the midst of, surrounded by
    • [in phrases with inter haec] meanwhile, during this time
    • in the course of, while, during
  25. prope

    preposition (accusative)
    • near, near to, hard by
    • [in the phrase, prope diem (less correctly, propediem)] at an early day, very soon, shortly, presently
    • near to
  26. procul


    1 CEL-

    adverb - positive
    • in the distance, at a distance, away, apart, far, afar off, from afar
    • [of time] far, long before
    • [figuratively] far, distant, remote, away
  27. circum

    of circus

    preposition (accusative)
    • around, about, all around
    • about, upon, around, near
    • among, around, through, to
    • in the neighborhood of, around, about, at, near by
    • [of attendants] with, attending, accompanying
  28. ad

    cf. Eng. at

    preposition (accusative)
    to, towards, against
  29. ante


    preposition (accusative)
    • [spatial] before, in front of, ahead of
    • [temporal] before, previous to
  30. post

    1 post

    preposition (accusative)
    • [of place] behind
    • [of time] after, since
    • [figuratively] after, beneath, inferior to, less important than, next to
  31. ā


    preposition (ablative)
    • [space] from, away from, out of
    • [to denote a side or direction, etc.] at, on, in
    • [time] from, since, after
    • [to denote the agent] by
    • [separation] from, down from
    • [to denote source, origin, extraction] from, of
  32. apud


    preposition (accusative)
    • with, at, by, near
    • [people] before, in the presence of, to
    • among, with
    • at the house of
    • [figuratively] with, in the view or mind of, among, over, in the opinion of
    • [with esse] in the power of, in the possession of
  33. per

    1 PAR-

    preposition (accusative)
    • [in space] through, across, through the midst of, from side to side of, traversing
    • through, over, throughout, all over, along, among
    • [In time] through, during, for, throughout, in the course of
    • at, at the time of, during
    • [pf agency] through, by, by the hands of, by the agency of
    • [with reflexive pronoun] in person, alone, of oneself
  34. nam


    • for
    • for certainly, but
    • for example, for instance
    • for, seeing that, inasmuch as
    • for, for assuredly, certainly
  35. ita-que

    • and so, and thus, and accordingly
    • [in inference] and so, accordingly, therefore, for that reason, consequently
    • [in resuming an interrupted thought] accordingly, thus, and so
  36. autem

    but, on the other hand, on the contrary, however
  37. unde

    for * cunde; 2 CA-

    adverb - positive
    • from which place, whence
    • whence? from what place?
    • from the point at which, from whom, from which
    • [especially in law in the phrase, unde petitur] he of whom demand is made, the defendant
    • whence? how? from what source?
    • [indef., in the phrase, unde unde] whencesoever, from one source or another
  38. quō

    of 1 qui

    adverb - positive
    • [locat. and abl. of place] where, in what place, in what situation
    • [of time] at which time, on which day, when
    • [degree of difference] by what, by as much as, in how great a degree
    • [of cause] for the reason that, because, that, as if
    • [of result] by reason of which, wherefore, whereby, so that, and so
    • [in the phrase, quo minus] so that.. not, why.. not
  39. praepositiō, praepositiōnis


    noun (f., 3rd declension)
    • a setting before, prefixing
    • in grammar, a prefix
    • [figuratively] a preferring, preference
  40. locātīvus, locātīva, locātīvum

    adjective (2-1-2)
    the locative case
  41. actīvus, actīva, actīvum


    adjective (2-1-2)
  42. passīvus, passīva, passīvum

    2. pando

    adjective (2-1-2)
    • Spread about, general, common, found everywhere
    • Promiscuous, confused
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Capitulum Sextum Via Latīna
2014-04-01 00:30:16
Latin Lingua Latina Hans Orberg
Vocabulary for Lingua Latina Familia Romana chapter 6: Via Latina
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