10b. Latin vocabulary by frequency 901-997, English to Latin (Dickinson Core List) Flashcards Preview

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1

book

liber, librī, m.

2

moon

lūna -ae, f.

3

at once, forthwith

prōtinus

4

equally

aequē

5

try, attempt

cōnor, cōnārī, cōnātus,

6

desire, eagerness, craving

cupīdō -inis, f.

7

almost

ferē

8

island

īnsula -ae, f.

9

daughter

son

fīlia -ae, f.

fīlius -ī, m.

10

relate, recount

narrō (1)

11

necessity, need

necessitās -tātis, f.

12

stride out, depart, disembark from (+ abl.)

ēgredior, ēgredī, ēgressus

13

poet

poēta -ae, m.

14

ten

decem

15

large, spacious

amplus -a -um

16

fit, suitable

aptus -a -um

17

follow up, overtake, attain

cōnsequor, cōnsequī, cōnsecūtus

18

in large numbers, often

frequēns -ntis

19

messenger; news

nūntius -ī, m.

20

agreement, condition

condīciō -ōnis, f.

21

banquet, feast

convīvium -iī, n.

22

foul

foedus -a -um

23

enjoy the produce of, profit by, use (+ abl.)

fruor, fruī, frūctus

24

interrogative particle implying negative answer

num

25

white

albus -a -um

26

damage, injury

damnum -ī, n.

27

fruit, crops; enjoyment, delight

frūctus -ūs, m.

28

assess, rate; think, decide

cēnseō, cēnsēre, cēnsuī, cēnsum

29

publish, hand down; give over, betray

prōdō, prōdere, prōdidī, prōditum

30

put forth, propose, present

prōpōnō, prōpōnere, prōposuī, prōpositum

31

undertake; equip

īnstituō, īnstituere, īnstituī, īnstitūtum

32

likewise

item

33

master, chief

magister, magistrī, m.

34

star

stella -ae, f.

35

lead forth

ēdūcō, ēdūcere, ēdūxī, ēductum

36

grain

frūmentum -ī, n.

37

take up

suscipiō, suscipere, suscēpī, susceptum

38

as if

quasi

39

priest, priestess

sacerdōs -dōtis, m./f.

40

neighboring, near

vīcīnus -a -um

41

be on guard, beware

caveō, cavēre, cāvī, cautum

42

pick out, select

ēligō, ēligere, ēlēgī, ēlēctum

43

household, family

familia -ae, f.

44

almost

paene

45

anticipate; advise, warn

praecipiō, praecipere, praecēpī, praeceptum

46

sound, sane

sānus -a -um

47

powerful, able

potis -e

48

beginning

prīncipium -ī, n.

49

place of burial, tomb, grave

sepulcrum -ī, n.

50

liable to death, mortal

mortālis -e

51

letter

epistula -ae, f.

52

unfriendly

inimīcus -a -um

53

put a question to, ask (+ acc.)

interrogō (1)

54

custom, habit

cōnsuētūdo -inis, f.

55

to that place

illūc

56

worth, reputation, honor

dīgnitās -ātis, f.

57

put to flight

fugō (1)

58

affect, visit with (+ abl.)

afficiō, afficere, affēcī, affectum

59

apply

adhibeō, adhibēre, adhibuī, adhibitum

60

from or of heaven

the gods

caelestis -e

caelestēs

61

woman

mulier -eris, f.

62

divine, godlike

dīvus -a -um

63

consider, think

arbitror (1)

64

afterwards

posteā

65

building; (pl.) house

aedēs -is, f.

66

account, tale, story

fābula -ae, f.

67

quickly

celeriter

68

the greater part, very many, most, the majority

plērusque, plēraque, plērumque

69

keep quiet; sleep

quiēscō, quiēscere, quiēvī, quiētum

70

how many times?

quotiēns

71

knowledge

scientia -ae, f.

72

admit (a fact), confess (a crime); reveal, disclose

cōnfiteor, cōnfitērī, cōnfessus

73

choose, cherish, love

dīligō, dīligere, dīlēxī, dīlēctum

74

generally

plērumque

75

sleep

dormiō, dormīre, dormīvī or dormiī, dormītum

76

bird

volucris -is, f./m.

77

flying

volucer -cris -cre

78

produce, create; elect, choose

creō (1)

79

faithful

fidēlis -e

80

point out, show, make known

indicō (1)

81

today

hodiē

82

training, instruction; learning, discipline

disciplīna -ae, f.

83

truly

vērē

84

with difficulty

aegrē

85

= futūrum esse

fore

86

turn towards

advertō, advertere, advertī, adversum

87

come to, arrive at

adveniō, advenīre, advēnī, adventum

88

weigh, hang, suspend; pay

pendō, pendere, pependī, pēnsum

89

be eager, be zealous, care for (+ dat.)

studeō, studēre, studuī

90

climb up, ascend

ascendō, ascendere, ascēnsum

91

commonly

vulgō

92

briefly

breviter

93

chance

fors, fortis, f.

94

luckily

fēlīciter

95

turn back

revertō, revertere, revertī

96

declare

ēdīcō, ēdīcere, ēdīxī, ēdictum

97

clean, neat, elegant

mundus -a -um