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Flashcards in Capitulum XXXI Deck (65):
1

ab-dūcere

take away, carry off

2

ali-quantum

a good deal

3

asinīnus -a -um

ass’s

4

au-ferre abs-tulisse ab-lātum

carry off, take away

5

au-fugere

run away, escape

6

avārus -a -um

greedy, avaricious

7

clēmēns -entis adi

mild, lenient

8

cōn-fīdere (+dat)

trust, be sure

9

cōram prp +abl, adv

before, in person

10

cruciāre

torture, torment

11

crūdēlis -e

cruel

12

crux -ucis f

cross

13

dēbilis -e

weak

14

ēbrius -a -um

drunk

15

ēducāre

bring up

16

fābulārī

talk, chat

17

fīdere fīsum esse +dat

trust, rely on

18

fidēs -eī f

trust, faith, loyalty, promise

19

fīdus -a -um

faithful, reliable

20

fugitīvus -a -um

runaway

21

funditus adv

to the bottom, utterly

22

id-eō

for that reason

23

ignōscere -ōvisse +dat

forgive

24

im-patiēns -entis adi

not enduring, impatient

25

īn-fēlīx -īcis adi

unlucky, unfortunate

26

īn-fīdus -a -um

faithless

27

in-iūstus -a -um

unjust, unfair

28

in-validus -a -um

infirm, weak

29

iniūria -ae f

injustice, wrong

30

inter-pellāre

interrupt

31

iūs iūris n

law, right, justice, court

32

iūstus -a -um

just, fair, due, proper

33

iuvenis -is m

young man

34

latēre

be hidden, hide

35

lēx lēgis f

law, condition, term

36

memoria -ae f

memory, record

37

mōs mōris m

custom, usage, manner

38

mūnus -eris n

gift, task, duty

39

namque

for

40

nimium -ī n, adv

too much, too

41

nimius -a -um

too big

42

nōnāgēsimus -a -um

ninetieth

43

nūgae -ārum f pl

idle talk, rubbish

44

ōdisse

hate

45

optāre

wish

46

parricīda -ae m

parricide

47

poena -ae f

punishment, penalty

48

pōtiō -ōnis f

drinking, drink

49

praemium -ī n

reward, prize

50

praesēns -entis adi

present, instant

51

prius-quam

before

52

quam-ob-rem

why

53

quantum -ī n, adv

how much, (as much) as

54

quid-quid/quic-quid

whatever, anything that

55

quis-quis

anyone who, whoever

56

re-trahere

pull back, bring back

57

rūmor -ōris m

rumor

58

sapiēns -entis adi

wise

59

scelestus -a -um

criminal, wicked

60

scelus -eris n

crime

61

senex senis m

old man

62

statuere -uisse -ūtum

fix, determine, decide

63

supplicium -ī n

(capital) punishment

64

vetāre

forbid

65

vetus -eris, sup -errimus

old