Cambridge Latin Course: Unit 4 Vocabulary
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ager, agrī, m.
āmanuēnsis, āmanuēnsis, m. [see p. 17 for specific types]
an (conj.)
utrum...an... (conj.)
caveō, cavēre, cāvī, cautum
cēra, cērae, f.
charta, chartae, f.
cūrae esse (cūrae = dative of purpose)
dignitās, dignitātis, f.
ideō (adv.)
ideō...quod...
inde (adv.)
īnsum, inesse, īnfuī, --- [irregular]
mentior, mentīrī, mentītus sum
meritus, merita, meritum (1st and 2nd decl. adj.)
moror, morārī, morātus sum
negōtium, negōtiī, n. [opposite of ōtium, see below]
officium, officiī, n.
ōtium, ōtiī, n.
putō, putāre, putāvī, putātum
quandō? (adv.)
quidem (adv.)
quotiēns (adv.)
rēctē (adv.)
relēgō, relēgāre, relēgāvī, relēgātum
rūs, rūris, n.
rūrī (locative case)
simul (adv.)
supplicium, suppliciī, n.
vicīnus, vicīnī, m.
virgō, virginis, f.
volūmen, volūminis, n.
field
secretary
or
whether...or...
beware
wax; wax tablets (in plural)
page of papyrus, paper
be a matter of concern
prestige
for this reason
for the reason that, because
then
be in, be inside
lie, tell a lie
deserved, well-deserved
delay
business of life, work
duty
free time, leisure
think
when?
indeed
whenever
rightly, properly
exile
country, countryside
in the country
at the same time, as soon as
punishment, penalty
neighbor
maiden, virgin
scroll
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animadvertō, animadvertere, animadvertī, animadversus
arma, armōrum, n. pl. (2nd declension)
causa, causae, f.
discipulus, discipulī, m.
dōnō, dōnāre, dōnāvī, dōnātum
extrēmus, extrēma, extrēmum (1st and 2nd decl. adj.)
fīnis, fīnis, m.
fruor, fruī, fructus sum (+ ablative)
ignis, ignis, m.
īrāscor, īrāsci, īrātus sum (+ dative)
mīror, mīrāri, mīrātus sum
nē (conj.)
niger, nigra, nigrum (1st and 2nd decl. adj.)
notice, take notice of
arms, weapons
reason, cause, case (of law)
student, pupil
give
last, farthest
end
enjoy
fire
become angry (with)
admire, wonder at
that...not, so that...not, not to
black
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offendō, offendere, offendī, offēnsum
pār, (gen. sing. = paris) (3rd decl. adj.)
plērīque, plēraeque, plēraque (1st and 2nd decl. adj.)
praesēns, (gen. sing. = praesentis) (3rd decl. adj.)
praesertim (adv.)
praeter (with accusative) preposition
recitō, recitāre, recitāvī, recitātum
regiō, regiōnis, f.
tangō, tangere, tetigī, tāctum
vacuus, vacuua, vacuum (1st and 2nd decl. adj.)
vetus, (gen. sing. = veteris) (3rd decl. adj.)
displease, offend
equal
most, the majority
present, ready
especially
except
recite, read out
region
touch, move
empty
old
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aestās, aestātis, f.
amplissimus, amplissima, amplissimum (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
amplius (adv.)
aurum, aurī, n.
complūrēs, complūra (3rd decl. adj.)
coniūnx, coniugis, m. or f.
cōpiae, cōpiārum, f. pl. (1st declension)
culpō, culpāre, culpāvī, culpātum
dignus, digna, dignum [ + ablative] (1st and 2nd decl. adj.)
discō, discere, didicī, --dīvus, dīva, dīvum (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
dubitō, dubitāre, dubitāvī, dubitātum
ēlātus, ēlāta, ēlātum (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
exemplum, exemplī, n.
exercitus, exercitūs, m.
fīō, fierī, factus sum [irregular]
inānis, inānis, ināne (3rd decl. adj.)
incēnsus, incēnsa, incēnsum (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
initium, initiī, n.
invideō, invidēre, invīdī, invīsum (+ dative)
oblīvīscor, oblīvīscī, oblītus sum (+ genitive)
occāsiō, occāsiōnis, f.
odium, odiī, n.
patria, patriae, f.
paulō (adv.)
perturbō, perturbāre, purturbāvī, perturbātum
praefectus, praefectī, m.
proelium, proeliī, n.
revocō, revocāre, revocāvī, revocātum
satis cōnstat
sēcūrus, sēcūra, sēcūrum (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
validus, valida, validum (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
summer
very great
more fully, at greater length
gold
several
husband, wife, spouse
troops, forces
blame
worthy (of), appropriate (for)
learn
divine
hesitate, doubt
excited, carried away
example
army
become, be made, be done
empty, meaningless
inflamed, angered
beginning
envy, be jealous of
forget
opportunity
hatred
country, homeland
a little
alarm, disturb
commander
battle
recall, call back
it is generally agreed
without a care
strong
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aptus, apta, aptum (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
bracchium, bracchiī, n.
certus, certa, certum (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
prō certō habēre
clam (adv.)
commendō, commendāre, commendāvī, commendātum
suitable
arm
certain, infallible
know for certain
secretly, in private
recommend
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cōnfectus, cōnfecta, cōnfectum (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
dextra, dextrae, f.
ēripiō, ēripere, ēripuī, ēreptum
familia, familiae, f.
grātus, grāta, grātum (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
ignōrō, ignōrāre, ignōrāvī, ignōrātum
intrā (with accusative) preposition
iungō, iungere, iūnxī, iūnctum
lēx, lēgis, f.
līmen, līminis, n.
mēns, mentis, f.
nūbō, nūbere, nūpsī, nūptum (+ dative)
orior, orīrī, ortus sum
polliceor, pollicērī, pollicitus sum
pontifex, pontificis, m.
prohibeō, prohibēre, prohibuī, prohibitum
queror, querī, questus sum
regō, regere, rēxī, rēctum
trāns (with accusative) preposition
unguō, unguere, ūnxī, ūnctus
vereor, verērī, veritus sum
vērō (adv.)
vestis, vestis, f.
worn out, exhausted, overcome
right hand
rescue, snatch away
household
acceptable, pleasing, grateful
not know about
inside, within
join
law
threshold, doorway
mind
marry
rise, arise
promise
priest
prevent
lament, complain about
rule
across
annoint, smear
be afraid, fear
indeed
clothing
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arbor, arboris, f.
aut (conj.)
cadō, cadere, cecidī, cāsum
campus, campī, m.
capillī, capillōrum, m. pl.
discrīmen, discrīminis, n.
ergō (adv.)
fallō, fallere, fefellī, falsum
fragor, fragōris, m.
genus, generis, n.
hinc (adv.)
iuvō, iuvāre, iuvāvī, iuvātum
littera, litterae, f.
litterae, litterārum, f. pl.
mēnsis, mēnsis, m.
ōrātiō, ōrātiōnis, f.
perdō, perdere, perdidī, perditus
respiciō, respicere, respexī, respectum
simulō, simulāre, simulāvī, simulātum
spargō, spargere, sparsī, sparsum
stilus, stilī, m.
studium, studiī, n.
suprā (with accusative) preposition
ūllus, ūlla, ūllum (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
tree
or
fall, die
plain, field
hair
boundary, dividing line; crisis
therefore
deceive, escape notice of, slip by
crash
race, kind
from here; then, next
help, assist, please
letter (of the alphabet)
letter (correspondence), letters, literature
month
speech, oration
destroy, waste
look back, look up
pretend
scatter, spread, sprinkle
pen (pointed stick for writing on a
enthusiasm, study
over, on top of
any
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adversus (with accusative) preposition
affirmō, affirmāre, affirmāvī, affirmātum
amīcitia, amīcitiae, f.
auxiliō esse (auxiliō = dative of purpose)
cōnsul, cōnsulis, m.
crīmen, crīminis, n.
cūria, cūriae, f.
dēmum (adv.)
tum dēmum (adv.)
exilium, exiliī, n.
exīstimō, exīstimāre, exīstimāvi, exīstimātum
fāma, fāmae, f.
fingō, fingere, fīnxī, fictum
flōreo, flōrēre, flōruī, ---interim (adv.)
invidia, invidiae, f.
levis, leve (3rd decl. adj.)
meditor, meditārī, meditātus sum
minor, minārī, minātus sum (+ ablative)
mūtō, mūtāre, mūtāvī, mūtātum
obiciō, obicere, obiēcī, obiectum
probō, probāre, probāvī, probātum
prōdō, prōdere, prōdidī, prōditum
similis, similis, simile [+ dative] (3rd decl. adj.)
socius, sociī, m.
suādeō, suādēre, suāsī, suāsum (+ dative)
tumultus, tumultūs, m.
ūtor, ūtī, ūsus sum (+ ablative)
videor, vidērī, vīsus sum
against
declare
friendship
be a help, be helpful
consul (highest elected official of
charge
senate-house
at last
then at last, only then
exile
think, consider
rumor, reputation
pretend, invent
flourish
meanwhile
jealousy, envy
light, slight, trivial
consider
threaten, overhang
change
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benignitās, benignitātis, f.
cōnsuētūdō, cōnsuētūdinis, f.
culpa, culpae, f.
dēsum, dēesse, dēfuī, dēfutūrus [irregular]
incendium, incendiī, n.
īnstituō, īnstituere, īnstituī, īnstitūtum
mereō, merēre, meruī, meritum
nē quis = nē aliquis / nē quid = nē aliquid
nōndum (adv.)
opus est (+ ablative)
pietās, pietātis, f.
praecipiō, praecipere, praecēpī, praeceptum
reperiō, reperīre, repperī, repertum
sī quis = sī aliquis
sī quid = sī aliquid
vēritās, vēritātis, f.
act of kindness, favor
custom
blame, fault
be lacking, be unavailable
fire
set up
deserve, earn
that no one, that nothing
not yet
there is need (of)
duty, piety, family feeling
instruct, order
find
if anyone
if anything
truth
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adloquor, adloquī, adlocūtus sum
aequor, aequoris, n.
aetās, aetātis, f.
caecus, caeca, caecum (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
speak to, address
sea, surface of the sea
age, time
blind; invisible, unseen
present, put in the way of, expose to
prove, examine, approve
betray
similar (to), like
companion, partner, ally
advise, suggest
riot
use
seem
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carpō, carpere, carpsī, carptum
dēns, dentis, m.
longē (adv.)
lūgeō, lūgēre, lūxī, lūctum
meminī, meminisse (defective)
mollis, mollis, molle (3rd decl. adj.)
nec (neque) (adv.)
nec...nec... (neque…neque…) (adv.)
nēquīquam (adv.)
pius, pia, pium (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
quīcumque, quaecumque, quodcumque (pronoun)
quisquis (pronoun)
quidquid/quicquid (pronoun)
sīdus, sīderis, n.
vīrēs, vīrium, f. pl.
pluck, seize; hasten upon
tooth
far, a long way
lament, mourn
remember
soft, gentle
and...not..., nor
neither...nor...
in vain
good, pious, dutiful
whoever, whatever
whoever
whatever
star
strength, force
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aggredior, aggredī, aggressus sum
assiduē (adv.)
bona, bonōrum, n.pl. (2nd declension)
dēsīderium, dēsīderiī, n.
efferō, efferre, extulī, ēlātum [irregular]
iuxtā (with accusative) preposition
lūmen, lūminis, n.
magistrātus, magistrātūs, m.
negō, negāre, negāvī, negātus
optō, optāre, optāvī, optātum
orbis, orbis, m.
orbis terrārum
pectus, pectoris, n.
propter (with accusative) preposition
repente (adv.)
sepeliō, sepelīre, sepelīvī, sepultum (sepelītum)
tueor, tuērī, tuitus sum
ulcīscor, ulcīscī, ultus sum
attack, make an attempt on
continually, normally, usually
goods, property
loss, longing
bring out, carry out, carry away
next to
light, lantern; eyes (in plural)
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aspiciō, aspicere, aspexī, aspectum
careō, carēre, caruī, caritum (+ ablative)
condō, condere, condidī, conditum
coniungō, coniungere, coniūnxī, coniūnctum
crēscō, crēscere, crēvī, crētum
cupīdō, cupīdinis, m.
fēlīx, fēlix, fēlix (gen. sing. = fēlīcis) (3rd decl. adj.)
ignōtus, ignōta, ignōtum (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
impōnō, impōnere, imposuī, impositum
licet, licēre, licuit, licitum est (+ dative)
mihi licet
pateō, patēre, patuī, ---paulātim (adv.)
possideō, possidēre, possēdī, possessum
requīrō, requīrere, requīsīvī, requīsītum
tellūs, tellūris, f.
look towards, catch sight of
lack, be without
hide, found
join
grow
desire
lucky, happy
unknown
put into, put onto, impose
be allowed
I am allowed
lie open
gradually
possess
search for, ask
land, earth
public official, elected government official
deny, say...not...
pray for, long for
globe, circle
world
chest, breast, heart
because of, on account of
suddenly
bury
watch over, protect
avenge, take revenge on
ūnā cum (adv.) or simply ūnā
uterque, utraque, utrumque
-ve (conj.)
velut (adv.)
vinculum, vinculī, n.
together with
both, each of two
or
like, as
fastening, chain
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beātus, beāta, beātum (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
candidus, candida, candidum (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
etsī (conj.)
fās, n. [indeclinable noun]
fleō, flēre, flēvī, flētum
modo...modo... (adv.)
mulier, mulieris, f.
ōtium, ōtiī, n. [opp. negōtium]
rumpō, rumpere, rūpī, ruptum
sēnsus, sēnsūs, m.
tegō, tegere, tēxī, tēctum
tenuis, tenue (3rd decl. adj.)
vīlis, vīle (3rd decl. adj.)
prosperous, happy
bright, shining, white
although, even if
(that which is morally) right, proper
weep
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afferō, afferre, attulī, adlātum [irregular]
arguō, arguere, arguī, argūtum
commodō, commodāre, commodāvī, commodātum
ēgregius, ēgregia, ēgregium (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
expōnō, expōnere, exposuī, expositum
exsistō, exsistere, exstitī, exstitum
expōnō, expōnere, exposuī, expositum
fateor, fatērī, fassus sum
foedus, foederis, n.
glōria, glōriae, f.
imāgō, imāginis, f.
inimīcitia, inimīcitiae, f.
potius quam (adv.)
prōgredior, prōgredī, prōgressus sum
quamdiū (conj.)
ratiō, ratiōnis, f.
repellō, repellere, reppulī, repulsum
sūmō, sūmere, sūmpsī, sūmptum
turpis, turpis, turpe (3rd decl. adj.)
vitium, vitiī, n.
bring, report
declare, show, prove
give, supply
remarkable, outstanding, excellent
set out, explain, unload
appear, emerge, stand out
set out, explain, unload
admit, confess
treaty, agreement, bargain
glory, fame
image, statue, ghost
enmity, hostility
rather than
proceed, advance
as long as
reason, accounting
repel, push back
take
shameful, disgraceful
sin, fault, vice
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aura, aurae, f.
ēnsis, ēnsis, m.
flūctus, flūctūs, m.
fraudō, fraudāre, fraudāvī, fraudātum
iūs, iūris, n.
latus, lateris, n.
locō, locāre, locāvī, locātum
malum, malī, n.
moenia, moenium, n. pl.
says, said
breeze, air
sword
wave
cheat, deceive
right, privilege, law
side
place
misfortune, evil
city walls, city
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woman
leisure
break, split
feeling, sense
cover
thin, slender, delicate
cheap
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nemus, nemoris, n.
nepōs, nepōtis, m.
nūmen, nūminis, n.
os, ossis, n.
passim (adv.)
sagitta, sagittae, f.
sinō, sinere, sīvī, situm
speciēs, speciēī, f.
sponte meā
statuō, statuere, statuī, statūtum
tēlum, tēlī, n.
vagor, vagārī, vagātus sum
grove, glade
grandson, descendan
divine power, divine will
bone
everywhere
arrow
allow
appearance
of my own accord, voluntarily
set up, establish, decide
weapon
wander, go around, spread
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caedēs, caedis, f.
flectō, flectere, flexī, flexus
foedus, foeda, foedum (1st & 2nd decl. adj.)
interveniō, intervenīre, intervēnī, interventum
opīnor, opīnārī, opīnātus sum
pellō, pellere, pepulī, pulsum
potior, potīrī, potītus sum (+ abl.)
quamvīs (conj.)
quoniam (conj.)
reor, rērī, rātus sum
seu…seu… (sive…sive…) (conj.)
subsistō, subsistere, substitī, --vindicō, vindicāre, vindicāvī, vindicātum
vīs, vīs, vī, vim, vī, f. [irregular]
vulgō, vulgāre, vulgāvī, vulgātum
murder, slaughter
bend, turn
foul, horrible
come between, interrupt
believe, suppose
drive, strike, move
obtain, gain possession of
although
since
think
whether…or…; if…or if…
encounter; halt, stop, stay
protect; avenge
force, violence
make known, make common
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tredecim
quattuordecim
quīndecim
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duodēvīgintī
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eleven
twelve
thireteen
fourteen
fifteen
sixteen
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eighteen
nineteen
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trīgintā
quadrāgintā
quīnquāgintā
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forty
fifty
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septuāgintā
octōgintā
nōnāgintā
sixty
seventy
eighty
ninety
centum
ducentī
trecentī
quadringentī
quīngentī
sēscentī
septingentī
octingentī
nōngentī
mīlle
one hundred
two hundred
three hundred
four hundred
five hundred
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eight hundred
nine hundred
one thousand
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