Magic List C Term 3_ Week 1 C IV

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					                         Magic List – Term 3, Week 1 – IV.1-44

1-14                            vultus, i – expression,      sanus, a, um – sound,
at – but                          face, demeanor               rational, sensible
regina, ae – queen              verbum, i – word             soror, sororis – sister
gravis, is, e – serious,        nec – and not                qui, quae, quod – who,
  heavy, oppressive             placidus, a, um – calm,        which
iamdudum – for some               tranquil, peaceful;        suspendo, suspendere,
  time, long since                kind, gently                 suspendi, suspensum
saucius, a, um –                membrum, i – limb              – hang, hang up
  wounded, suffering            do, dare, dedi, datum        insomnium, i – dream
cura, ae – care, anxiety          – give                     terreo, terrêre, terrui,
vulnus, vulneris –              cura, ae – care, anxiety       territus - frighten,
  wound                         quies, quietis – rest,         terrify
alo, alere, alui, altum –         sleep                      quis – who
  nourish                       posterus, a, um – next,      novus, a, um – new
vena, ae – vein                  following                   hic – here
caecus, a, um – blind           lustro (1) – move            noster, nostra, nostrum
carpo, carpere, carpsi,           around, look around,         – our
  carptum – pluck,                see; illuminate, light     succedo, succedere,
  gather, harvest, seize,         up (with luce)               successi, successum –
  eat away, consume             lampas, lampadis –             follow after, succeed
ignis, ignis – fire               torch, light, lamp         sedes, sedis – seat,
multus, a, um – much,           terra, ae – land, earth,       home, center
 many                             ground                     hospes, hospitis –
vir, i – man                    umens, umentis –               guest, host, stranger
virtus, virtutis – virtue,        dewy, moist, wet           qui, quae, quod – who,
  courage                       polus, i – pole; heaven,       which
animus, i – mind, spirit,         sky                        sese – him, them; he,
  courage                       dimoveo, ere, ovi, otus        they (3rd person
multus, a, um – much,             – divide, remove             reflexive pronoun)
 many                           umbra, ae - shade,           os, oris – face, mouth
recurso (1) – run back,           shadow                     fero, ferre, tuli, latus –
  come back, recur              cum – when, since; (w/         bring, carry
gens, gentis – race,              abl) with                  quam – how
  people, tribe                 sic – thus, in this way      fortis, is, e – brave,
honos, honoris – honor          unanimus, a, um –              strong
haereo, haerêre, haesi,           sympathizing, one-         pectus, pectoris – chest,
  haesus – stick, cling           minded                       breast, heart
infigo, infigere, infixi,       adloquor, adloqui,           arma, orum- arms,
  infixus – drive in,             adlocutus sum –              weapons
  implant, impale,                speak to, address          credo, credere, credidi,
  transfix                      malus, a, um – bad,            creditum – believe,
pectus, pectoris – chest,         evil                         trust (+ dat)
  breast, heart
equidem – indeed               animus, i – mind, spirit,     possum, posse, potui –
nec – and not                    courage                       be able to, can
vanus, a, um – empty,          figo, figere, fixi, fixus –   succumbo,
   meaningless, useless          drive in, insert,             succumbere,
fides, fidei – faith, trust,     pierce, shoot, plant          succubui, succubitus
   loyalty, reliability,       immotus, a, um –                – yield to (+dat)
   pledge                        motionless, still           culpa, ae – blame,
genus, generis – race,         sedeo, sedêre, sedi,            fault, weakness
   clan, type, kind              sessurum – sit, settle      fateor, fati, fassus –
sum, esse, fui, futurus –      ne – not, that not, lest        confess, agree
   to be                       qui, quae, quod – who,        enim – indeed, for
deus, i – god (nom. pl           which                       miser, misera, miserum
   = di)                       vinclum, i – chain,             – miserable, unhappy
degener, degeneris –             bond, link, shackle         post – after, later
   degenerate,                 volo, velle, volui –          fatum, i – fate
   contemptible                  want, wish                  coniunx, coniugis –
animus, i – mind, spirit,      socio (1) – unite, ally,        spouse, wife,
   courage                       share (as partner)            husband
timor, timoris – fear          iugalis, e – of wedlock,      spargo, spargere,
arguo, arguere, argui,           matrimonial                   sparsi, sparsum –
   argutus – prove,            postquam – after                sprinkle
   make clear                  primus, a, um – first         fraternus, a, um –
heu – alas                     amor, amoris – love             fraternal, of a brother
qui, quae, quod – who,         decipio, decipere,            caedis, caedis –
   which                         decepi, deceptum –            slaughter, murder
ille, illa, illud – that,        deceive                     penates, ium –
   those                       mors, mortis – death            household gods
iacto (1) – toss about,        fallo, fallere, fefelli,      solus, a, um – alone
   throw, cast, torment,         falsum – deceive,           hic, haec, hoc – this,
   show off, brag about          trick                         these
fatum, i – fate                si – if                       inflecto, inflectere,
qui, quae, quod – who,         pertaedet, ere, taesum          inflexi, inflexus –
   which                         – it wearies (+ gen)          bend, turn
bellum, i – war                thalamus, i – chamber,        sensus, us – feeling,
exhaurio, exhaurire,             apartment, bedroom            perception, sense
   exhausi, exhaustum –        taeda, ae – torch             animus, i – mind, spirit,
   drink off, drain            sum, esse, fui, futurus –       courage
cano, canere, cecini,            to be                       labo (1) – totter, waver,
  cantum - sing                hic, haec, hoc – this,          vacillate
                                 these                       impello, impellere,
15-30                          unus, a, um – one,              impuli, impulsum –
si – if                          only                          drive on, urge on,
mihi – to/for me               forsan – perhaps                incite
agnosco, agnoscere,         pudor, pudoris –              refero, referre, rettuli,
  agnovi, agnotum –            shame, modesty,              relatus – bring back,
  recognize                    honor                        report, reply, write
vetus, veteris – old        tuus, a, um – your              down
vestigium, i – footprint,   ius, iuris – law, right,      lux, lucis – light, day
  track                        authority                  magis – more
flamma, ae – fire,          resolvo, resolvere,           diligo, diligere, dilexi,
  flame                        resolve, resolutus –         dilectus – cherish,
sed – but                      loosen, relax                love
mihi – to/for me            ille, illa, illud – that,     soror, sororis – sister
vel…vel – either…or            those                      solus, a, um – alone
tellus, telluris – land,    meus, a, um – my              perpetuus, a, um –
  earth, ground,            primus, a, um – first           continual, lasting,
  country                   qui, quae, quod – who,          eternal
opto (1) – wish,               which                      maereo, maerêre - be
  choose, decide on         sibi – to/for him/them          sad, mourn, grieve
prius – first, before          (reflexive)                carpo, carpere, carpsi,
imus, a, um – lowest,       iungo, iungere, iunxi,          carptum – pluck,
  deepest                      iunctum – join               gather, harvest, seize,
dehisco, dehiscere –        amor, amoris – love             eat away, consume
  gape open, split          aufero, auferre, abstuli,     iuventa, ae – youth,
  open, yawn                  ablatum – bear away,          youthful vigor
pater, patris – father        carry off                   nec…nec –
omnipotens,                 ille, illa, illud – that,       neither…nor
  omnipotentis – all-          those                      dulcis, is, e – sweet
  powerful, omnipotent      habeo, habêre, habui,         natus, i – child, son
abigo, abigere, abegi,         habitum – have, hold       praemium, i – reward,
  abactus – drive           secum – with him, with          bribe
  (away), force                them (reflexive)           nosco, noscere, novi,
fulmen, fulminis –          servo (1) – save, serve         notus – learn; perfect:
  lightning, thunderbolt    sepulcrum, i – tomb             know
ad – to, for, at            sic – thus, in this way       is, ea, id – this, that,
umbra, ae - shade,          effor, effari, effatus sum      these, those, 3rd
  shadow                       – utter, say, speak          person pronoun
pallens, pallentis –        sinus, us – fold, curve,      cinis, cineris – ash; (pl.)
  pale, pallid, wan            bend, bay, gulf;             ashes of the dead
umbra, ae - shade,             chest, bosom               aut – or
  shadow                    lacrima, ae – tear            manes, ium – souls of
nox, noctis – night         impleo, implêre,                the dead, Hades
profundus, a, um –             implevi, impletus – fill   credo, credere, credidi,
  deep, bottomless,         oborior, oboriri,               creditum – believe,
  dense, boundless,            obortus – rise, spring       trust (+ dat)
  profound                     up                         curo (1) – care about,
ante…quam– before                                           look after, care for
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sepelio, sepelire,          etiam – also, too, even    cingo, cingere, cinxi,
   sepelivi, sepultum -     pugno (1) - fight            cinctus – surround,
   bury                     amor, amoris – love          encircle; gird, equip
esto – 3rd person           nec – and not              inhospitus, a, um –
   imperative of sum –      venio, venire, veni,         wild, inhospitable
   see your note              ventum – come            hinc – from this, hence,
aeger, aegra, aegrum –      mens, mentis – mind,         next, then
   ill                        heart, purpose,          desertus, a, um –
nullus, a, um – no,           design, attitude, will     empty, deserted;
   none                     qui, quae, quod – who,       wilderness
quondam – once                which                    sitis, sitis – thirst,
flecto, flectere,           consido, considere,          drought
   flexi,flexus- bend,        consedi – sit down,      regio, regionis – region,
   curve, turn, influence     settle                     direction, country
maritus, i – husband        arvum, i – land, field,    late – widely, far and
ante – before                 countryside                wide
despicio, despicere,        hinc – from this, hence,   furo, furere, furui –
   despexi, despectus –       next, then                 rage, be frantic
   look down (at);          urbs, urbis – city         quid – what
   despise, scorn           genus, generis – race,     bellum, i – war
ductor, ductoris –            clan, type, kind         surgo, surgere, surrexi,
   military commander,      insuperabilis, e –           surrectus – rise, raise
   leader                     unconquerable            dico, dicere, dixi,
alius, a, um – other,       bellum, i – war              dictum – say
   another                  infrenus, a, um – wild,    germanus, i – brother
placeo, placere, placui,      unbridled                minae, arum – threat,
   placitus – please                                     menace, peril
   (+dat)

				
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