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Inherent to Artes Latein-Grundkurs

Vocable Translation
adhibeo, adhibes, adhibere E, adhibui, adhibitum Verb summon, invite, bring in, consult, put, add, use,…
aer, aeris [m.] C Noun air
ambitio, ambitionis [f.] C Noun ambition, desire for/currying favor/popularity, f…
artificium, artificii [n.] O Noun artwork, craft, skill
augeo, auges, augere E, auxi, auctum Verb enlarge, extend, increase
avaritia, avaritiae [f.] A Noun greed, avarice, rapacity, miserliness, stinginess…
beneficium, beneficii [n.] O Noun boon, benefit
bonum, i n Phrase still in translation
conditio, conditionis [f.] C Noun agreement/contract, terms, proposal/option, situa…
consumo, consumis, consumere C, consumpsi, consumptum Verb destroy, consume
contentus/contenta/contentum, AO Adjective content, satisfied (w/ABL), content with, pleased…
cupido, cupidinis [f.] C Noun desire, passion
demo, demis, demere C, dempsi, demptum Verb take/cut away/off, remove, withdraw, subtract, ta…
desero, deseris, deserere C, deserui, desertum Verb leave, depart, quit, desert, forsake, abandon, gi…
disputo, disputas, disputare A, disputavi, disputatum Verb discuss, debate, argue
domicilium, domicilii [n.] O Noun residence, home, dwelling, abode
exigo, exigis, exigere C, exegi, exactum Verb (1.) drive out, force out, exact (2.) drive throu…
fateor, fateris, fateri E, fassus sum (Dep.) Verb confess, admit
fatum, fati [n.] O Noun fate, death
formo, formas, formare A, formavi, formatum Verb form, make, prepare
fortasse Adverb perhaps, possibly, it may be, Perhaps
gigno, gignis, gignere C, genui, genitum Verb give birth to, bring forth, bear, beget, be born …
gravitas, gravitatis [f.] C Noun weight, dignity, gravity, importances, oppressive…
haereo, haeres, haerere E, haesi, haesum Verb stick, adhere, cling to, hesitate, be in difficul…
honestus/honesta/honestum, AO Adjective distinguished, reputable, respected, honorable, u…
humanitas, humanitatis [f.] C Noun human nature, character, humanity (adjc. ), kindn…
immobilitas, immobilitatis [f.] C Noun insensibility (is/can not be moved), firmness/con…
inanis/inane, inanis M Adjective void, empty, hollow, vain, inane, foolish
indulgeo, indulges, indulgere E, indulsi, indultum Verb still in translation
inferus/infera/inferum, AO Adjective below, beneath, underneath, of hell, vile, lower,…
inimicus, inimici [m.] O Noun unfriendly, hostile
inimicus/inimica/inimicum, AO Adjective unfriendly, hostile, harmful
initium, initii [n.] O Noun beginning, commencement
materia, materiae [f.] A Noun wood (building material), lumber, timber, woody b…
minuo, minuis, minuere C, minui, minutum Verb lessen, diminish
moralis/morale, moralis M Adjective moral, of philosophy, concerned w/ethics, concern…
munimentum, munimenti [n.] O Noun fortification, bulwark, defense, protection
neglegentia, neglegentiae [f.] A Noun heedlessness, neglect, carelessness, negligence, …
pecco, peccas, peccare A, peccavi, peccatum Verb sin, do wrong, commit moral offense, blunder, stu…
pello, pellis, pellere C, pepuli, pulsum Verb to chase away, to expel, slap, thrust, bump, beat…
philosophor, philosopharis, philosophari A, philosophatus sum (Dep.) Verb philosophize
philosophia, philosophiae [f.] A Noun philosophy
praesens, praesentis M Adjective present, at hand, existing, prompt, in person, pr…
prudentia, prudentiae [f.] A Noun wisdom
quemadmodum Adverb in what way, how, as, just as, to the extent that
rationalis/rationale, rationalis M Adjective rational, of/possessing reason, theoretical, dial…
rectus/recta/rectum, AO Adjective right, proper, straight, honest
rumor, rumoris [m.] C Noun rumor, gossip
sanitas, sanitatis [f.] C Noun sanity, reason, health
sanus/sana/sanum, AO Adjective healthy, reasonable
sollicitudo, sollicitudinis [f.] C Noun anxiety, concern, solicitude
supervacuus/supervacua/supervacuum, AO Adjective superfluous, redundant, more than needed, unneces…
suscipio, suscipis, suscipere M, suscepi, susceptum Verb undertake, take on
torqueo, torques, torquere E, torsi, tortum Verb turn, twist, hurl, torture, torment, bend, distor…
tranquillitas, tranquillitatis [f.] C Noun stillness, tranquility
urgeo, urges, urgere E, ursi, - Verb press, squeeze, bear hard/down, tread, traverse c…
voluntarius/voluntaria/voluntarium, AO Adjective willing, voluntary
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