De Bello Gallico 6.17 Flashcards Preview

Latin > De Bello Gallico 6.17 > Flashcards

Flashcards in De Bello Gallico 6.17 Deck (42):
1

Apollo, Apollinis m.

the god Apollo

2

ars, arts f.

skill, art

3

artes, artium

the arts

4

colo, colere, colui, cultum

to cultivate, to dwell in; to honor, to worship

5

Iuppiter, Iovis n.

Jupiter, chief god of the Roman state

6

Mars, Martis m.

Mars, the god of war

7

mercatura, mercaturae f.

a commercial enterprise, trade

8

mercor, mercari, mercatus sum

to trade, to deal, to sell

9

Mercurius, Mercuri m.

Mercury, a god especially associated by the Romans with trade

10

Minerva, Minervae f.

the goddess Minerva, who was associated with wisdom and the liberal arts

11

pecunia, pecuniae f.

property, wealth; money

12

post (prep. with acc.)

behind, after

13

quaestus, quaestūs m.

gain, acquisition

14

via, viae f.

way, road, route; journey, march

15

quaero, quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitum

to seek, to look for; to ask, to question, to inquire; to strive for, to endeavor, to seek to obtain; to miss, to lack; to desire, to require

16

animalis, animalis n.

animal, living (and breathing) creature

17

artificium, artifici n.

a trade, handicraft; artifice, trick

18

caelestis, caeleste

what is in the sky, heavenly, celestial

19

caelestes, caelestia (as noun.)

the gods (who live in the sky)

20

confero, conferre, contuli, collatus

to collect, to carry

21

depello, depellere, depuli, depulsum

to drive from or away; to ward off

22

pello, pellere, pepuli, pulsum

to push, to drive, to hurl, to impel, to propel; to expel, to banish, to eject, to thrust out; to strike, to set in motion; (military): to rout, to put to flight, to discomfit; (music) to strike the cords, to play

23

devoveo, devovēre, devovi, devotum

to consecrate, to devote

24

dimico, dimicare, dimicavi, dimicatus

to fight, to struggle, to contend

25

mico, micare, micui, micatum

to vibrate, to quiver; to twinkle, to glitter; to tremble; to beat (of the pulse)

26

Mars, Martis m.

Mars, the god of war

27

Minerva, Minervae f.

the goddess Minerva

28

opinio, opinionis f.

way of thinking; opinion; impression; expectation; reputation

29

opus, operis n.

work labor; military work or works, fortifications, defenses; a work of engineering or architecture

30

rego, regere, rexi, rectum

to keep straight; to guide, to direct, to control

31

trado, tradere, tradidi, traditum

to give over; to entrust; to teach

32

conspicor, conspicari, conspicatus sum

to observe, to discern, to perceive

33

cruciatus, cruciatūs m.

cross (used for crucifixion), torture, torment

34

exstruo, exstruere, exstruxi, exstructum

to build or pile up; to construct, to build

35

licet, licēre, licui and licitum est (impers.)

it is permitted

36

negloego, neglegere, neglexi, neglectum

to not heed, to not pay attention to, to disregard, to neglect

37

occulto, occultare, occultavi, occultatus

to hide, to keep secret, to conceal

38

quispiam, quidpiam and quispiam, quaepiam, quodpiam (indef. pron.)

anyone, any

39

saepe (adv.)

often, frequently

40

tollo, tollere, sustuli, sublatum

to lift up; to take on board; to remove; to destroy

41

tumulus, tumuli m.

swelling; mound, hill

42

tumeo, tumēre, tumui

to be swollen, turgid, distended, puffed out or inflated, to swell