Flashcards in Stage 19 Deck (100):
vīvō, vīvere, vīxī, vīctum
1. to live
2. to be alive, to survive
3. to reside in
scrīptor, scrīptōris, m.
1. writer, author
tragoedia, tragoediae, f.
tībīcen, tībīcinis, m.
1. piper, flautist
amō, amāre, amāvī, amātum
1. I love.
2. I am fond of, like.
3. I am under obligation to; I am obliged to.
4. (with infinitive) To enjoy, be accustomed.
expellō, expellere, expulī, expulsum
1. I drive or thrust out or away; expel, eject, banish; dislodge.
2. (figuratively) I force or drive out or away, expel, remove.
fēstus, fēsta, fēstum
1. Of or pertaining to holidays; festive, festal, joyful, merry.
cōnfectus, cōnfecta, cōnfectum
1. prepared, accomplished, executed, having been accomplished
2. produced, caused, brought about, having been caused
3. finished, completed, having been finished
4. brought together, collected, having been collected
5. celebrated, having been celebrated
6. (philosophy) shown, demonstrated, having been shown
7. (figuratively) diminished, lessened; destroyed, killed; worn out, exhausted; having been killed
vēr, vēris, n.
1. spring (season)
assiduē, assiduius, assiduissimē
1. continually, constantly, incessantly
castīgō, castīgāre, castīgāvī, castīgātum
1. I castigate, chastise, reprove
2. I rebuke, reprimand
3. I correct, amend
1. whence, where from
1. thence (from that place)
2. there (on that side)
sānē, sānius, sānissimē
1. soundly, healthily, well
2. soberly, sensibly, reasonably, discreetly
3. (by extension) truly, certainly, right, really; quite, very
cōmiter, cōmius, cōmissimē
1. courteously, readily
avidus, avida, avidum
1. Greedy, avaricious, covetous.
2. *Eager*, desiring, desirous; lustful, passionate.
3. (for food) Eager, hungry, voracious, gluttonous; insatiable.
4. (of space) Vast, wide, large.
pompa, pompae, f.
canistrum, canistrī, n.
1. wicker basket (used in sacrifices)
spargō, spargere, sparsī, sparsum
1. I scatter, strew, sprinkle
tubicen, tubicinis, m.
1. trumpet player, trumpeter
carmen, carminis, n.
dulcis, dulcis, dulce
1. (of taste) sweet
2. sweet-smelling, sweet-scented, fragrant
3. sweet-sounding, melodic, melodious, tuneful
īnflō, īnflāre, īnflāvī, īnflātum
1. I inflate; I blow into.
2. I play a wind instrument.
3. (figuratively) I puff up, swell; I am proud, haughty.
1. distinctly, intelligibly, *clearly*
2. wholly, quite, thoroughly
3. (in answering) certainly, absolutely, by all reason, beyond a doubt
rosa, rosae, f.
1. a rose
2. (transferred sense, endearment) dear, rose, sweetheart, love; a word of endearment
1. seldom, *rarely*
sonitus, sonitūs, m.
raucus, rauca, raucum
2. *harsh*, rough, grating, husky (sound)
vōx, vōcis, f.
3. speech, remark
vīlis, vīlis, vīle
1. cheap, inexpensive
2. base, vile, mean, worthless, *cheap*
trūdō, trūdere, trūsī, trūsum
1. I thrust, push or shove
calcō, calcāre, calcāvī, calcātum
1. I trample, *tread on*
2. I walk upon, cross on foot.
3. (figuratively) I oppress.
4. (figuratively) I scorn, contemn, despise.
noceō, nocēre, nocuī, nocitum
1. I injure, do harm, hurt (+ Dat)
premō, premere, pressī, pressum
1. I press, *push*
2. I pursue
puppis, puppis, f.
1. *stern*, poop of a ship
2. (by extension) a ship
3. (figuratively) backside of a person
corōna, corōnae, f.
1. A garland, chaplet or wreath; presented to athletes, the gods, or the dead.
2. A crown.
mālus, mālī, m.
1. *a mast of a ship*
2. a standard or pole to which the awnings spread over the theater were attached
3. the beam in the middle of a winepress
4. the corner beams of a tower
pendeō, pendēre, pepemdī
1. *I hang (down)*, I am suspended; hover, overhang, float.
2. I hang about, loiter, tarry, linger.
3. I hang down; I am weak or without strength; sag, droop.
pontifex, pontificis, m.
1. a high priest, State minister in ancient Rome
2. a pontiff or bishop of the early Christian church, now specifically the Pope
prex, precis, f.
adhibeō, adhibēre, adhibuī, adhibitum
1. I extend, hold out, *offer*.
2. I apply, employ, adopt.
3. I summon, call upon, invite.
4. I handle.
iaciō, iacere, iēcī, iactum
1. *I throw*, hurl, cast, fling; throw away.
2. I lay, set, establish, build, found, construct, erect.
3. I send forth, emit; bring forth, produce.
4. I scatter, sow, throw.
5. (as a shadow) I project.
6. (figuratively) I throw out in speaking, let fall, utter,mention, declare.
rudēns, rudentis, m.
1. *A rope, cable*, line, cord.
2. A halyard, stay, sheet.
3. (in the plural) The rigging, cordage.
solvō, solvere, solvī, solūtum
1. I loosen, *untie, cast off*, undo, free up
2. I solve
ventus, ventī, m.
1. a wind
secundus, secunda, secundum
1. next, *following*
5. (nautical) *favourable*, fair (of weather, seas)
altum, altī, n.
1. the deep, the sea
impellō, impellere, impulī, impulsum
1. I push, drive or strike against something; assail.
2. I drive or *push forward*, set in motion, urge on, impel.
3. (figuratively) I impel, incite, urge, instigate, stimulate,persuade.
4. (figuratively) I overthrow, subdue, rout, destroy,vanquish.
auris, auris, f.
1. an ear
impleō, implēre, implēvī, implētum
1. I *fill up*, fill full; cover.
2. I satisfy, satiate.
3. I make fat or fleshy, fill, fatten.
4. I make pregnant, impregnate.
5. I amount or fill up to.
6. I fill up, take up.
7. (figuratively) I complete, finish, end.
8. (figuratively) I fulfill, execute, satisfy.
solūtus, solūta, solūtum
1. unbound, released, *united, cast off*
2. free, at large
placidus, placida, placidum
1. Placid, gentle, quiet, still, *calm, mild, peaceful*.
2. (of fruits) Ripe, mellow.
3. (of plants) Not wild, fruitful, suitable for cultivation.
reportō, reportāre, reportāvī, reportātum
1. *I carry or bring back*
2. I report
ērubēscō, ērubēscere, ērubuī (no passive)
1. I redden
2. *I blush* (with shame)
haedus, haedī, m.
1. young goat, kid
astrologus, astrologī, m.
commōtus, commōta, commōtum
2. provoked, agitated
3. disturbed, *alarmed, excited*
praedium, praediī, n.
ariēs, arietis, m.
2. battering ram
3. beam, prop
offendō, offendere, offendī, offensum
1. I hit, thrust, strike.
2. I meet, encounter (someone).
3. (figuratively) I suffer damage, receive an injury.
4. I fail, am unfortunate.
5. I find fault, take offence.
6. I stumble, blunder, commit offence.
7. *I shock, vex, offend, mortify*
persuādeō, persuādēre, persuāsī, persuāsum
1. (with dative) *I persuade, convince*.
2. I prevail upon, persuade or induce to do something.
amulētum, amulētī, n.
1. an amulet
chaldaeus, chaldaea, chaldaeum
1. Chaldean, of or pertaining to theChaldean/Assyrian/Syriac people.
2. (substantive) *A Chaldean (person)*
Nīlus, Nīlī, m.
1. Nile (river)
1. softly, gently
collēctus, collēcta, collēctum
1. *assembled*, gathered, having been gathered, collected, having been collected
aethiopus, aethiopa, aethiopum
1. Ethiopian, of or pertaining to the Ethiopian people.
2. (substantive) *An Ethiopian (person)*
omnia, omnium, n. (pl, 2D)
1. *all things, everything*
scapha, scaphae, f.
1. *a small or light boat, a punt, a skiff*
caedō, caedere, cecīdī, caesus
1. To cut, to hew, to fell.
2. To strike, to beat.
3. *To kill*.
rīpa, rīpae, f.
1. *bank (of a river)*
2. shore (of the sea)
dēligātus, dēligāta, dēligātum
1. bound up, having been bound up, tied together, having been tied together, *tied up, moored*
2. bandaged, having been bandaged
palūs, palūdis, f.
1. *swamp, marsh*, morass, bog, fen, pool
crocodīlus, crocodīlī, m.
1. *a crocodile*
līmōsus, līmōsa, līmōsum
1. miry, *muddy*, marshy, slimy
harundō, harundinis, f.
2. fishing rod
3. shaft of an arrow
iniciō, inicere, iniēcī, iniectum
1. *I throw, cast, hurl or place in*, on, into, upon, over orat.
2. I take hold of, lay my hands upon.
3. I seize, take possession of.
4. I inspire, infuse, cause.
5. I dwell or reflect upon.
6. I suggest, mention.
praeceps, praecipitis, adj.
1. *head first, headlong*
2. steep, precipitous
3. (figuratively) hasty, rash, precipitate
fortitūdō, fortitūdinis, f.
1. strength, force
2. fortitude, resolve
3. bravery, *courage*, valor
perītia, perītiae, f.
1. experience; practical knowledge (gained by experience); expertise, *skill*
hippopotamus, hippopotamī, m.
1. a hippopotamus
ēvertō, ēvertere, ēvertī, ēversum
1. I turn upside down, *overturn*, reverse.
2. (rare) I upset, disturb, agitate, roil.
3. I throw down, cause to fall.
4. I destroy, ruin, subvert.
5. I drive out, expel.
6. (by extension, of political structures and institutions) I overthrow, overturn, upset.
dēpellō, dēpellere, dēpulī, dēpulsum
1. *I drive out or away*; remove, expel, repel.
2. I drive, thrust or cast down.
3. (military) I drive or push away or dislodge an enemy from his position.
4. I thrust out or remove from a situation, avert.
5. I deter, divert, dissuade from.
6. I remove from the breast, wean.
“ā servō suō”
"by his own slave"
cārus, cāra, cārum
1. dear, beloved
cōgitō, cōgitāre, cōgitāvī, cōgitātum
1. I think.
2. I consider, ponder.
comparō, comparāre, comparāvī, comparātum
1. I compare, match, place together, couple,prepare.
cōnficiō, cōnficere, cōnfēcī, cōnfectum
1. I prepare, accomplish, complete, execute;settle, close a bargain; traverse.
2. I produce, cause, bring about, effect.
3. *I finish*, end, spend, pass, complete.
4. I procure, bring together, collect, produce, prepare.
5. I perform, celebrate.
6. (philosophy) I show, deduce, demonstrate.
7. (figuratively) I diminish, lessen; destroy,kill, wear out, consume, exhaust, break up.
cūrō, cūrāre, cūrāvī, cūrātum
1. I arrange, see to, attend to, *take care of*.
2. I heal, cure.
3. I govern, command.
4. I undertake, procure.
fluō, fluere, fluxī, fluxum
1. I *flow*, stream, pour.
2. I am soaked in.
fōrte (not comparable)
1. *by chance*, accidentally
2. once, once upon a time
3. perhaps, perchance, as luck would have it
nōscō, nōscere, nōvī, nōtum
1. *I know*, recognize, am acquainted with, i.e.; in possession of knowledge.
perīculum, perīculī, n.
1. A trial, experiment, attempt, proof; essay.
2. A risk, hazard, *danger*, peril; ruin,destruction.
3. (law) A trial, action, suit; writ of judgment or judgement, sentence.
4. A (attack of) sickness.
plūrimus, plūrima, plūrimum
1. most, *very much*
plūrimī, plūrimae, plūrima
1. very many
poscō, poscere, poposcī (no supine)
1. I beg, *I demand*, I request, I desire.
umerus, umerī, m.
1. the humerus bone
2. *shoulder (especially of a human)*
3. back, ridge, such as of a mountain