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Flashcards in Stage 29 Deck (62):
1

aliquandō

1. sometime, **sometimes**
2. finally

2

alius... alius

one... another

3

amplexus, amplexa, amplexum

1. having surrounded, encircled, entwined
2. **having embraced**, clasped, grasped
3. esteemed
4. cherished

4

audācia, audāciae, f.

1. **boldness, audacity**

5

carmen, carminis, n.

1. **song**
2. poem
3. play
4. charm
5. prayer
6. incantation
7. ritual
8. magic

6

circumveniō, circumvenīre, circumvēnī, circumventum

1. **I surround.**
2. I beset, oppress, distress, overthrow.
3. I circumvent, deceive, cheat, trick.

7

corōna, corōnae, f.

1. **A garland, chaplet or wreath**; presented to athletes, the gods, or the dead.
2. A crown

8

cursus, cursūs, m.

1. **course, flight**
2. (figuratively) Course, progress, direction, development, succession, passage; career.

9

dēfessus, dēfessa, dēfessum

1. **exhausted, tired out**

10

dolor, dolōris, m.

1. **pain**, ache, hurt
2. anguish, **grief**, sorrow
3. indignation, resentment, anger

11

ferrum, ferrī, n.

1. **iron**
2. Any tool made of iron.
3. **sword**

12

incēdō, incēdere, incessī, incessum

1. **I march, stride (along)**
2. I advance (move forwards)
3. I cause (make happen)

13

līberī, līberōrum, m. (pl. tant.)

1. **children**
2. freemen

14

lūx, lūcis, f.

1. **light, daylight**

15

mālō, mālle, māluī (irregular; no passive)

1. **I prefer**, want more or instead

16

obscūrus, obscūra, obscūrum

1. **dark, gloomy, dusky, shadowy**
2. indistinct, unintelligible, obscure
3. intricate, involved, complicated
4. unknown, unrecognized
5. (of character) reserved, secret, close

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ōdī, ōdisse, ōsum, (defective)

1. **I hate**

18

perficiō, perficere, perfēcī, perfectum

1. I achieve, execute, carry out, accomplish, perform, despatch, **finish**, complete; establish; perfect.
2. (by extension) I bring about, cause, effect.

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populus, populī, m.

1. **people**
2. nation

20

prius

1. **earlier, previously**

21

quiēs, quiētis, f.

1. **rest**, repose, quiet

22

redūcō, redūcere, redūxī, reductum

1. **I lead, draw, bring or conduct back**; bring or accompany home.
2. (military, of troops) I withdraw, cause to retreat, draw off, remove.
3. (figuratively) I bring back, restore, recall, revive, replace; reform.
4. (figuratively) I bring, produce or get out a quantity of.
5. (figuratively) I bring, make or reduce to a certain condition or quality.

23

salūs, salūtis, f.

1. **safety**; security
2. **health**, well-being, welfare
3. salvation, deliverance
4. greeting, salutation

24

scelus, sceleris, n.

1. **crime**

25

serviō, servīre, servīvī, servītum

1. **I am a slave (to); I serve**.
2. I am devoted to, subject to.

26

sors, sortis, f.

1. **lot, fate**
2. oracular response

27

spernō, spernere, sprēvī, sprētus

1. I sever, separate, remove
2. **I despise, reject**, scorn, spurn

28

undique (not comparable)

1. **from/on all sides; from every direction**
2. all over; in every place
3. utterly, completely
4. from every point of view, in all respects

29

vester, vestra, vestrum

1. **(possessive) your, yours, of you**

30

vīvus, vīva, vīvum

1. **alive, living**
2. (of inanimate things) having properties like a living thing, e.g. moving, fresh, uncut

31

iūdaeus, iūdaea, iūdaeum

1. **Jewish/Judean**, of or pertaining to the Jewish people.
2. (substantive) A Jewish/Judean (person)

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superstes, superstitis, m.f.

1. **survivor**

33

rebellō, rebellāre, rebellāvi, rebellātūm

1. (intransitive) I renew war, I wage war again.
2. **(intransitive) I rebel, revolt**

34

lūgeō, lūgēre, lūxī, lūctum

1. **I mourn, grieve, lament**

35

alterus (-a, -um)... alterus (-a, -um)

1. **one... the other**

36

...annōs nāta

1. **...years old**

37

ūnā cum

1. **together with**

38

nātū maximus

1. **eldest**

39

avia, aviae, f.

1. **grandmother**

40

opprimō, opprimere, oppressī, oppressum

1. I press down upon; I suppress.
2. I take by surprise.
3. **I overwhelm, oppress**

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indulgeō, indulgēre, indulsī, indultum

1. (intransitive) I am kind or courteous (to); I am inclined (to); **give free rein (to)**.
2. (intransitive) I give myself up (to); I am addicted (to), indulge (in).
3. (transitive) I concede, allow, grant, permit, bestow.
4. I favor

42

adversus, adversa, adversum

1. set opposite, **adverse, having been set against**.
2. turned toward, having been turned toward.

43

abhinc (not comparable)

1. **since, ago**
2. hence, henceforth, hereafter

44

abhorreō, abhorrēre, abhorruī (no passive)

1. I abhor, shudder at, recoil or **shrink back from**.
2. I am averse or disinclined to.
3. I am free from.
4. (by extension) I am inconsistent or do not agree with, vary or differ from.

45

exemplum, exemplī, n.

1. **example**
2. sample

46

imitātus, imitāta, imitātum

1. having represented
2. **having imitated**

47

obstinātiō, obstinātiōnis, f.

1. firmness, resolution, steadfastness, determination
2. inflexibility, **stubbornness**, obstinacy

48

afficiō, afficere, affēcī, affectum

1. **I affect**

49

crās (not comparable)

1. **tomorrow**

50

Ierosolyma, Ierosolymae, f.

1. **Jerusalem**

51

expugnō, expugnāre, expugnāvī, expugnātum

1. **I assault, storm, take by storm**
2. I capture, take, conquer.
3. I subdue, overcome, reduce.
4. I break down or through; sweep through.
5. I overcome, persuade, convince.
6. I extort, wring out, obtain by extortion.
7. I accomplish, achieve.
8. I plunder, pillage, sack.

52

ubīque (not comparable)

1. **everywhere**

53

circiter (+ Accusative)

1. **about**

54

dux, ducis, m.

1. **leader**
2. commander
3. prince, ruler

55

rūpēs, rūpis, f.

1. **rock, crag, cliff**

56

lacus, lacūs, m.

1. **a lake**, pond, basin; reservoir
2. a tank, tub, vat, sink

57

mūnītiō, mūnītiōnis, f.

1. a defending, fortifying, protecting
2. **defense, fortification**, rampart
3. a repairing of roads
4. (figuratively) a support for a cause

58

validus, valida, validum

1. **strong**
2. healthy, well
3. worthy
4. valid

59

castellum, castellī, n.

1. **castle, fort**

60

ūsque (not comparable)

1. **all the way**
2. continuously, without a break

61

ignis, ignis, m.

1. **fire**

62

sōlācium, sōlāciī, n.

1. comfort, relief, solace
2. soothing, assuaging
3. (law) compensation, indemnification