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Flashcards in Stage 28 Deck (29):
1

ac, atque

1. **and**

2

arrogantia, arrogantiae, f.

1. An assuming, presumption; **arrogance, gall**, conceitedness.
2. Pride, haughtiness, insolence.
3. Obstinacy, stubbornness.

3

augeō, augēre, auxī, auctum

1. **I increase**, augment.
2. I enlarge, spread.
3. I lengthen.
4. I exaggerate.
5. I honor, enrich.
6. (figuratively) I exalt, praise.

4

beneficium, beneficiī, n.

1. benefit
2. favor
3. **act of kindness**

5

cōnstituō, cōnstituere, cōnstituī, cōnstitūtum

1. I set up, establish.
2. **(with infinitive) I decide**, resolve.

6

corpus, corporis, n.

1. Body, substance, material.
2. The flesh of an animal's body.
3. **A lifeless body**, corpse
4. The trunk or shaft of something.
5. A frame, body, system, structure, community, corporation.
6. (figuratively) The wood under the bark of a tree.
7. (Medieval) a collection of writings by a single author or addressing a certain topic

7

dīligō, dīligere, dīlēxī, dīlēctum

1. I esteem, love, have regard for.
2. **be fond of**

8

doleō, dolēre, doluī, dolitum

1. **I feel physical pain, hurt**, suffer.
2. I feel mental pain; grieve for, lament, deplore.

9

gemitus, gemitūs, m.

1. **groan**, sigh, lamentation
2. pain, sorrow
3. roaring

10

hērēs, hērēdis, m.f.

1. **heir, heiress**

11

īra, īrae, f.

1. ire, **anger**, wrath

12

lingua, linguae, f.

1. **(anatomy) tongue**
2. A speech
3. An utterance or expression
4. A language
5. A dialect, idiom or mode of speech
6. poetically of animals: voice, note, song, bark etc.
7. A plant (alternatively called lingulaca)
8. The reed of the Roman tibiae
9. A small amount of sth., e.g. "a tongue of land" or "a spoonful"
10. The short arm of a lever

13

malus, mala, malum

1. **bad, evil**, wicked, injurious
2. Malus et nequam homo.
3. A evil and wicked man.
4. Malam opinionem habere de aliquo.
5. To have a bad opinion of someone.
6. Consuetudo mala.
7. A bad habit.
8. destructive, mischievous, hurtful
9. ill-looking, ugly, deformed
10. (of fate) evil, unlucky

14

mandō, mandāre, mandāvī, mandātum

1. **I put in hand; deliver over**.
2. I commit, consign.
3. I confide.
4. I commission.
5. I put in writing.
6. **I order**, command.
7. **I entrust**.

15

metus, metūs, m.

1. **fear, dread**
2. anxiety

16

mīlle c., mīlia n.

1. **(cardinal) thousand; 1000**

17

multō (not comparable)

1. by much, by far
2. **a great deal, a lot of**

18

occīdō, occīdere, occīdī, occīsum

1. I fell, cut to the ground; beat, smash, crush.
2. I cut off, **kill, slay, slaughter**.
3. (by extension) I plague to death, torture, torment, pester.
4. (by extension) I ruin, undo, bring about the ruin of.

19

ops, opis, f.

1. (singular) power to help
2. **(plural *[opēs, opum]*) resources, wealth**

20

pallidus, pallida, pallidum

1. **pale, pallid**
2. that makes or causes a pale condition
3. (by extension) musty, moldy
4. (figuratively) frightened, pale with fright

21

praeficiō, praeficere, praefēcī, praefectum

1. I place in command., **put in charge**

22

quisquam, quidquam/quicquam

1. **anyone, anything**

23

sīc (not comparable)

1. **thus, in this way**

24

solvō, solvere, solvī, solūtum

1. **I loosen, untie**, undo, free up
2. I solve

25

spēs, speī, f.

1. **hope**

26

suspicātus, suspicāta, suspicātum

1. **having suspected**

27

testāmentum, testāmentī, n.

1. **will, testament**

28

ut (followed by the indicative)

1. **as, just as**

29

ventus, ventī, m.

1. **wind**