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Flashcards in 7a. Latin vocabulary by frequency 601-700, Latin to English (Dickinson Core Vocabulary) Deck (100):
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certē

certainly, surely

2

imperō (1)

command, control

3

male

badly

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prohibeō, prohibēre, prohibuī, prohibitum

restrain, keep away

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clāmor -ōris, m.

outcry, shout

6

dōnō (1)

present with a gift (+ acc. of person and abl. of thing)

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officium -ī, n.

service, duty

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committō, committere, commīsī, commissum

join, entrust to (+ dat.); perform, do

9

crēscō, crēscere, crēvī, crētum

grow, increase

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aequus -a -um

equal

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factum -ī, n.

deed, accomplishment

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caedō, caedere, cecīdī, caesum

strike, kill, cut down

13

exīstimō (1)

think, believe

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accēdō, accēdere, accessī, accessum

approach

15

contemnō, contemnere, contempsī, contemptum

despise, scorn, disdain

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pudor pudōris, m.

sense of shame, modesty, propriety

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antīquus -a -um

ancient, old-time, former

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ārdeō, ārdēre, ārsī, ārsum

blaze, glow; be eager

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ibi

there

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prōvincia -ae, f.

province; official duty

21

quandō

sī quandō

since

if ever

22

custōs, custōdis, m.

guardian

23

supersum, superesse, superfuī

remain, survive; be superfluous (to)

24

dēsinō, dēsinere, dēsiī, dēsitum

leave off, cease

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fessus -a -um

weary, tired

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praeda -ae, f.

booty, prey

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memoria -ae, f.

recollection, memory

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dīvidō, dīvidere, dīvīsī, dīvīsum

divide, separate

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pretium -ī, n.

pretium operae

price, worth, reward

a reward for trouble

30

pontus -ī, m.

the open sea, the deep

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varius -a -um

changing, varied, various

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vehō, vehere, vēxī, vectum

vehor vehī vectus

carry

travel, ride

33

falsus -a -um

deceptive, false

34

niger, nigra, nigrum

black

35

oppidum -ī, n.

town

36

pondus, ponderis, n.

weight

37

arvum -ī, n.

ploughed land, field

38

arx, arcis, f.

citadel, castle; summit

39

sors, sortis, f.

lot, fate, destiny; oracle

40

vīnum -ī, n.

vine, wine

41

dīversus -a -um

different, diverse

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orior, orīrī, ortus

arise, begin

43

ecce

behold!

44

quamquam

however, although

45

cōnferō, cōnferre, contulī, collātum

collect, bring to

46

facinus, facinoris, n.

deed, crime

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retineō, retinēre, retinuī, retentum

hold back, keep

48

spērō (1)

to hope

49

plēbs, plēbis, f.

the common people

50

pūgna -ae, f.

fist-fight; battle

51

repetō, repetere, repetīvī, repetītum

demand, exact; revisit; call to mind, recollect; repeat

52

cōnstituō, constituere, constituī, constitūtum

establish, put together

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dēfendō, dēfendere, dēfendī, dēfēnsum

defend, ward off

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marītus -ī, m.

husband

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cernō, cernere, crēvī, crētum

discern, separate

56

superbus -a -um

overbearing, proud, haughty

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adversus -a -um

facing, opposed; unfavorable

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morbus -ī, m.

sickness, disease

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sānctus -a -um

sacred, inviolable

60

commūnis -e

common, general

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dēdūcō, dēdūcere, dēdūxī, dēductum

launch, lead away

62

rīpa -ae, f.

bank of a river

63

concēdō, concēdere, concessī, concessum

yield, withdraw

64

hōra -ae, f.

hour

65

vetō, vetāre, vetuī, vetītum

forbid

66

cohors, cohortis, f.

cohort, band, troop

67

gīgnō, gīgnere, genuī, genitum

beget, bear, bring forth

68

superō (1)

overcome, surpass, defeat

69

maestus -a -um

sad, sorrowful; depressing

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meminī, meminisse

remember, recollect

71

impleō, implēre, implēvī, implētum

fill in, fill up

72

māgnitūdō -inis, f.

greatness, size

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vacuus -a -um

empty

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vagus -a -um

wandering, shifting

75

vulgus -ī, n. and m.

the common people

76

deficiō, deficere, defēcī, defectum

fail, give out; revolt from

77

occurrō, occurrere, occucurrī, occursum

run to meet; come into one’s mind

78

statuō, statuere, statuī, statūtum

set up, determine

79

ideō

for this reason

80

praemium -ī, n.

bounty, reward

81

praetereā

besides, moreover

82

tertius -a -um

third

83

supplicium -ī, n.

punishment, penalty

84

vātēs -is, m.

poet, bard

85

astrum -ī, n.

star; constellation

86

undique

from all sides, on all sides

87

canis -is, m./f.

dog

88

ēdō, ēdere, ēdidī, ēditum

put forth, state, explain

89

fateor, fatērī, fassus

admit, confess; profess, declare; assent, say yes

90

amīcitia -ae, f.

friendship

91

aureus -a -um

golden; splendid

92

candidus -a -um

white, fair

93

interim

meanwhile

94

frūstrā

in vain

95

lateō, latēre, latuī

lie hidden, be hidden

96

os, ossis, n.

bone

97

sēcūrus -a -um

free from care, tranquil; careless

98

conveniō, convenīre, convēnī, conventum

assemble, meet; agree

99

interficiō, interficere, interfēcī, interfectum

kill

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appellō (1)

call, address, name