5b. Latin vocabulary by frequency 401-500, English to Latin (Dickinson Core List) Flashcards Preview

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1

over (adv. and prep. + acc.)

super

2

go astray, wander

errō (1)

3

seat, abode, habitation

sēdēs -is, f.

4

why?

cūr

5

hair, tresses

coma -ae, f.

6

say, affirm, say yes

as they say

aiō

ut āiunt

7

rejoice

gaudeō, gaudēre, gāvīsus

8

happy, blessed, prosperous, fortunate

beātus -a -um

9

arrive, reach

perveniō, pervenīre, pervēnī, perventum

10

true

vērus -a -um

11

begin

incipiō, incipere, incēpī, inceptum

12

spare, be sparing of (+ dat.)

parcō, parcere, pepercī, parsum (+ dat.)

13

garment, robe, clothing

vestis -is, f.

14

like, similar

similis -e

15

killing, slaughter

caedēs -is, f.

16

order, rank

ōrdō -īnis, m.

17

choose, select

optō (1)

18

maiden, virgin, girl

virgō -inis, f.

19

gather, choose; read

legō, legere, lēgī, lēctum

20

breeze

aura -ae, f.

21

attack

impetus -ūs, m.

22

shape; beauty

fōrma -ae, f.

23

excel, exhibit

praestō, praestāre, praestitī, praestitum

24

level surface, sea, plain

aequor, aequoris, n.

25

mix

misceō, miscēre, miscuī, mixtum

26

space

spatium -ī, n.

27

finally

tandem

28

low

lower

lowest

īnferus -a -um

īnferior

īnfimus or īmus

29

to fear, to dread

metuō, metuere, metuī

30

try, test

temptō (1)

31

go across

trānseō, transīre, transiī, transitum

32

farthest, final, last, ultimate

ultimus -a -um

33

give to

addō, addere, addidī, additum

34

pleasant; grateful

grātus -a -um

35

praise

laudō (1)

36

not yet

nōndum

37

put in, put on, impose, levy upon

impōnō, imponere, imposuī, impositum

38

sleep, slumber; (pl.) dreams

somnus -ī, m.

39

edge; line of battle

aciēs -ēī, f.

40

back, again

rūrsus

41

desire

cupiō, cupere, cupīvī, cupītum

42

watch, wait, expect

exspectō (1)

43

build, construct, arrange

compōnō, compōnere, composuī, compositum

44

praise, glory

laus, laudis, f.

45

be away, absent

absum, abesse, āfuī

46

use, experience

ūsus -ūs, m.

47

even as, just as

velut

48

companion, comrade; attendant, follower

comes, comitis, m./f.

49

against, on account of (+ acc)

ob (+ acc)

50

eagerness, zeal

studium -ī, n.

51

easy

facilis -e

52

divine will, deity

nūmen -inis, n.

53

wise man

sapiēns -ntis, m.

54

take up

sūmō, sūmere, sūmpsī, sūmptum

55

distinguished, noble; (as subst.) a nobleman or woman

nōbilis -e

56

indeed, in fact (adv.)

so that ... not (conjunction + subj.)

quīn 

 

57

weep

fleō, flēre, flēvī, flētum

58

be unwilling

nōlō, nōlle, nōluī

59

full

plēnus -a -um

60

facing, opposite, against, opposed (to)

adversus or adversum (adv. and prep. + acc.)

61

grove, forest

nemus, nemoris, n.

62

dear

cārus -a -um

63

be lacking

dēsum, deesse, defuī

64

lieutenant, envoy

lēgātus -ī, m.

65

learn

discō, discere, didicī

66

rage, fury

furor -ōris, m.

67

river, torrent

amnis -is, m.

68

tree

arbor, arboris, f.

69

soon

mox

70

there, to that place

eō (adv.)

71

citizen

cīvis -is, m./f.

72

seize, occupy; anticipate, do a thing first (+ infin.)

occupō (1)

73

look at, consider

spectō (1)

74

back, rear

from the rear

tergum -ī, n.

ā tergō

75

verdict, accusation

crīmen -inis, n.

76

gift, present

dōnum -ī, n.

77

well-known

nōtus -a -um

78

fold of a garment; lap, bay, gulf

sinus -ūs, m.

79

form, appearance

faciēs -ēī, f.

80

break, rupture

rumpō, rumpere, rūpī, ruptum

81

limb, member of the body

membrum -ī, m.

82

ever

umquam

83

look to or at, behold

aspiciō, aspicere, aspēxī, aspectum

84

before

prius or priusquam

85

consecrated ground; temple

templum -ī, n.

86

let go, send away

āmittō, amittere, amīsī, amissum

87

demand, claim; inquire into

pōscō, pōscere, popōscī

88

destroy

perdō, perdere, perdidī, perditum

89

however you like; although

quamvīs

90

tender

tener -era -erum

91

chariot

currus -ūs, m.

92

pray, invoke

precor (1)

93

breath, spirit

anima -ae, f.

94

touch, be contiguous to

contingō, contingere, contigī, contactum

95

freedom

lībertās -ātis, f.

96

slave

servus -ī, m.

97

sister

soror -ōris, f.

98

flood, billow, surf

fluctus -ūs, m

99

indeed, surely

quīppe

100

drive out; collect

exigō, exigere, exēgī, exāctum