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Flashcards in SSS 18-25 Deck (172)
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hospitium, -ī

n. entertainment of guests, hospitality; guest accommodation, lodging, inn

2

trīclīnium, -ī

n. dining room

3

lectus, -ī

m. bed, couch

4

commodum, -ī

n. usually, pl. advantage, benefit; convenience

5

scaeva, -ae

m. left-handed person; (of gladiators) one who strikes with the left hand

6

astrum, -ī

n. star, constellation

7

fallō, fallere, fafellī, falsum

to deceive, trick, mislead

8

nux, nucis

f. nut, often in pl. to represent child's playthings or trivial, worthless objects

9

damnōsus, -a, -um

causing financial loss, ruinous, costly

10

auferō, auferre, abstulī, ablātum

to carry away; take away, remove; destroy

11

natis, natis

f., usually pl. buttocks

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vēnātiō, vēnātiōnis

f. hunting animals; animal hunt

13

vēlum, -ī

n. awning, sail

14

cūpa, -ae

f. cask, barrel; burial niche

15

cōnsultum, -ī

n. decree

16

plaudō, plaudere, plausī, plausum

to strike with a flat surface, clap; applaud

17

praeceptum, -ī

n. teaching, precept; principle, rule

18

honestē

honorably; honestly

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ēligō, ēligere, ēlēgī, ēlēctum

to pull out, extract; choose, select

20

perficiō, perficere, perfēcī, perfectum

to do thoroughly, accomplish; complete, perfect

21

nil

= nihil, contraction

22

membrāna, -ae

f. membrane, skin; parchment, parchment page

23

struō, struere, strūxī, strūctum

to position, arrange; construct, compose

24

māssa, -ae

f. lump, mass; closely packed bundle; large, bulky object

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tabella, -ae

f. board, tablet; writing tablet; page, document

26

tenebrae, -ārum

f.pl. complete absence of light, darkness

27

lūceō, lūcēre, lūxī

to emit light, shine

28

dīvus, -ī

m. god

29

vās, vāsis

n. container for liquids, food; vessel, bowl

30

lūctus, -ūs

m. grief, mourning, lamentation

31

vōtum, -ī

n. vow, offering; prayer; desire, hope

32

dolor, dolōris

m. pain, grief

33

gemitus, -ūs

m. groaning, moaning

34

inlūsus, -a, -um

mocked, made sport of

35

pergō, pergere, perrēxī, perrēctum

to make one's way, move onward, proceed

36

aestimō (1)

to estimate the worth of

37

condiciō, condicitiōnis

f. contract, agreement; personal circumstances, situation in life

38

cāsus, -ūs

m. accident, chance

39

questus, -ūs

m. (expression of) dissatisfaction, regret; complaint

40

nātūrālis, -e

of nature, natural; innate, inherent

41

exitus, -ūs

m. going out, departure, exit; conclusion, end

42

custōdiō, custōdīre, custōdīvī, custōdītum

to keep (safe), protect; guard, watch over, observe

43

custōs, custōdis

m. guardian, protector; guard, watchman

44

comes, comitis

m/f. companion

45

tūtus, -a, -um

protected, safe, secure

46

caveō, cavēre, cāvī, cautum

to take precautions, be on one's guard, beware (of)

47

lavō, lavāre, lāvī, lautum

to clean by washing, wash

48

falx, falcis

f. scythe, sickle

49

curvō (1)

to make curved, curve, bend

50

placidus, -a, -um

pleasing, kindly; favorable, calm, advantage

51

sodālis, sodālis

m. fellow member of a (religious or social) club; companion, comrade

52

asellus, -ī

m. little ass, donkey

53

edō, ēsse, ēdī, ēsum

to eat

54

astō, astāre, astitī

to stand by, stand near; stand still, stand waiting

55

lepidus, -a, -um

agreeable, charming, delightful, amusing

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incessus, -ūs

m. walking, gait; bearing, carrying oneself

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commodus, -a, -um

convenient, suitable, appropriate; agreeable, pleasant

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lāna, -ae

f. wool, woolen cloth

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pariō, parere, peperī, partum

to beget, give birth to; produce

60

casus, -ūs

m. accident, chance

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strēnuus, -a, -um

active, vigorous

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placeō, placēre, placuī, placitum + dat.

to be pleasing (to), please

63

campestris, capestre

of the plains, of the countryside

64

Kalendae, -ārum

f.pl. Kalends, the Romans' name for first day of month

65

sīcut

as, just as, as it were

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ēvādō, ēvādere, ēvāsī, ēvāsum

to go out and away; to pass (through/beyond)

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intercēdō, intercēdere, intercessī, intercessum

to intervene; obstruct, hinder, oppose

68

regimen, regiminis

n. control, steering (of a ship); controller, director

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aperiō, aperīre, aperuī, apertum

to open (up); disclose, reveal

70

cōnficiō, cōnficere, cōnfēcī, cōnfectum

to do, perform; complete, conclude, consume, wear out; destroy, kill

71

cāritās, cāritātis

f. dearness, high price; love, affection

72

prōcreō (1)

to beget, give birth to; generate, produce

73

lucerna, -ae

f. oil lamp

74

linteum, -ī

n. linen cloth; towel, napkin

75

fullō, fullōnis

m. fuller, launderer

76

pēra, -ae

f. shoulder bag, satchel, backpack

77

proprius, -a, -um

one's own, peculiar, proper, personal

78

dēlinquō, dēlinquere, dēlīquī, dēlictum

to be lacking, fail; misbehave, do wrong, err

79

laetus, -a, -um

happy, joyful

80

fūr, fūris

m. thief, robber

81

-unculus

diminutive suffix

82

fūrnunculus, -ī

petty thief, pilferer

83

sīcāriī

assassins

84

iānua, -ae

f. door, gateway; entrance, beginning

85

perveniō, pervenīre, pervēnī, perventum

to come through to, arrive at, reach

86

postis, postis

m. door post, door

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fīgō, fīgere, fīxī, fīxum

to drive in, insert; pierce; fasten up, nail, hang up

88

plāga, -ae

f. blow, stroke

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aditus, -ūs

m. approach, entry; entrance, doorway

90

ōstiārius, -ī

m. janitor, porter, doorman

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prasinātus, -a, -um

wearing a green garment, dressed in green

92

cerasinus, -a, -um

cherry-colored

93

succingō, succingere, succīnxī, succīnctum

to gather up, tie, bind (one's clothes)

94

cingulum, -ī

n. belt

95

lanx, lancis

f. metal dish, plate

96

pīsum, -ī

n. pea

97

purgō (1)

to clean, refine; shell, husk

98

pīca, -ae

f. magpie, jay

99

stupeō, stupēre, stupuī

to be numb, paralyzed; be amazed at, be dumbfounded over

100

paene

almost, nearly

101

crūs, crūris

n. leg, lower leg

102

cella, -ae

f. storage space, larder; small room, office

103

vinciō, vincīre, vīnxī, vīnctum

to fasten, bind, tie

104

pariēs, parietis

m. wall

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pingō, pingere, pīnxī, pictum

to color, paint

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collēga, -ae

f. colleague; associate, companion

107

aurifex, aurificis

m. one who works in gold; goldsmith

108

properō (1)

to act with haste, hurry; be in a hurry

109

eō, īre, īvī, itum

to go

110

sein

= sīn (sī + ne) conj. if however, but if

111

aperiō, aperīre, aperuī, apertum

to open (up); disclose, reveal

112

vēlō (1)

to cover, clothe; cover over, conceal

113

pulsō (1)

to strike, beat; knock on (a door)

114

reddō, reddere, reddidī, redditum

= re + dō; to give back, return

115

saevus, -a, -um

fierce, savage

116

lētum, ī

n. death

117

fīniō, fīnīre, fīnīvī, fīnītum

to mark out boundaries (of something); terminate, end

118

āmentia, -ae

f. being out of one's mind, madness

119

certō (1)

to contend, struggle

120

īnsignis, e

conspicuous, remarkable

121

vēnumduit

irreg. puts up for sale

122

estō

fut. imperat of sum, common in legal - shall be, must be

123

adimō, adimere, adēmī, adēmptum

to remove (by physical force); take away

124

clāvis, clāvis

f. door key

125

aedēs, aedis

f. dwelling, abode, house

126

acervus, -ī

m. heap, pile, stack

127

-ve

conj. or

128

frūmentum, -ī

n. wheat, grain

129

iuxtā (+ acc)

in the vicinity of, next to, beside

130

combūrō, combūrere, combussī, combustum

to destroy by fire, burn

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vinciō, vincīre, vīnxi, vīnctum

to fasten, bind, tie

132

verberō (1)

to flog, lash, whip; strike repeatedly

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sī modo

provided that, if only

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sarciō, sarcīre, sarsī, sartum

to mend, repair; make good, make up for

135

idōneus, -a, -um

suitable, adequate; (legal) having money to meet obligations

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levius

more lightly, less severely

137

castigō (1)

to reprimand; punish

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sepeliō, sepelīre, sepelī(v)ī, sepultum

to dispose of (a corpse); bury, inter

139

nēve or neu

nor

140

ūrō, ūrere, ussī, ustum

to destroy by fire, burn

141

tussis, tussis

m. cough

142

tussiō, tussīre

to cough

143

sēcūrus, -a, -um

free from care, untroubled, safe

144

istīc

there by you, over there; in that matter of yours, in your case

145

epistula, ae

f. letter, epistle

146

ostreum (ostrium), -ī

n. oyster

147

dēlicia, ae

f., usually pl. pleasure, delight; sweetheart, darling

148

ērudītus, a, um

accomplished, learned

149

mamma, ae

f. breast, udder; mother, mommy, mama; foster mother, nurse

150

gemō, gemere, gemuī, gemitum

to groan, moan; lament, grieve

151

plangō, plangere, plānxī, plānctum

to beat; beat the breast (as sign of morning)

152

dēstituō, dēstituere dēstituī, dēstitūtum

to set up, fix in place; leave, abandon

153

vītilla, ae

f. diminuitive of vīta; little life; darling

154

rūrsus

adv, backwards, (back) again; in addition, besides

155

improbus, a, um

unprincipled, immoral; greedy, shameless

156

poscō, poscere, poposcī

to insist upon, demand

157

medicāmentum, ī

medication, drug; remedy

158

forsan

perhaps

159

mel, mellis

n. honey

160

venēnum, ī

n. herb (used for medicine, magic, etc.); poison

161

lateō, latēre, latuī

to into hiding, hide, lurk; lie hidden, be concealed

162

perīculōsus, a, um

dangerous, risky

163

damnum, ī

financial penalty, fine; loss

164

coartō (1)

to make narrower; restrick, confine, limit

165

verbera, verberum

n. pl. blows, a beating

166

tāliō, tāliōnis

f. exaction of conpensation in kind, talion

167

ignōminia, ae

f. degradation by a censor

168

tumulus, i

n. mound, tomb

169

scelerātus, a, um

criminal, wicked, accursed

170

pote

indecl. having the power, being able to

171

tunc

then, at that time

172

vīlis, e

costing little, cheap; worthless, contemptible