Vocab from M&F reading Ch 9

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Vocab from M&F reading Ch 9
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  1. tristis -e
    sad
  2. festivus -a -um
    gay, pleasing
  3. amabilis -e
    lovable
  4. modo (adv)
    only
  5. prope (adv)
    nearly
  6. immortalitas -tatis (f)
    immortality
  7. nondum (adv)
    not yet
  8. quattuordecim (indecl)
    fourteen
  9. anilis -e
    of an old woman
  10. suavitas -tatis (f)
    charm
  11. virgo -inis (f)
    maidem
  12. verecundia -ae (f)
    modesty
  13. ut (adv)
    how
  14. cervix -icis (f)
    neck
  15. inhaereo,-ere, inhaesi, inhaesus
    cling
  16. amanter (adv)
    lovingly
  17. modestus -a -um
    modest
  18. complectebatur
    she used to embrace (transl = active)
  19. nutrix -icis (f)
    nurse
  20. paedagogus -i (M)
    a slave who takes children to school
  21. officium -i (n)
    duty, service
  22. diligo, ere, dilexi, dilectus
    esteem highly
  23. studiosus -a -um
    studious, busy
  24. intellegenter (adv)
    intelligently, appreciatively
  25. parcus -a -um
    sparingly
  26. custodite (adv)
    cautiously
  27. ludo, ludere, lusi, lusus
    play
  28. temperantia -ae (f)
    self-restraint
  29. constantia -ae (f)
    self-possession
  30. valetudo -inis (f)
    bad health
  31. pareo, parere, parui, paritus (+dat)
    be obedient to
  32. adhortabatur (vb)
    she used to encourage (transl active)
  33. destituto, -ere, -ui, -utus
    • desert
    • except pf part: 'deprived of'
  34. sustineo (vb)
    sustain
  35. duro (1)
    last, continue
  36. usque (adv)
    all the way
  37. aut...aut (conj)
    either...or
  38. spatium -i (n)
    length of time
  39. infringo, -ere, infregi, infractus
    break up, bring down
  40. quo...relinqueret
    ut...relinqueret
  41. desiderium -i (n)
    regret (for the loss of anything)
  42. dolor, -oris (m)
    pain, sorrow
  43. plane (adv)
    plainly, certainly
  44. funus -eris (n)
    funeral; death
  45. indignus -a -um +abl
    unworthy

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