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50 Cards in this Set

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exuo, exuere, exui, exutum
to strip, undress

(Opposite: induo,-ere: to dress, put on)
insero, inserere, insevi, insatum
to implant, insert

(from sero,-ere: to sow, beget)
tego, tegere, texi, tectum
to cover, conceal

(tectum (n.): roof, house)
taceo, tacere, tacui, tacitum
to keep silent

(NOT to touch: tango, tangere, tetigi, tactum)
satago, satagere, sategi, satactum
to be busy, to be hard pressed, (sometimes with the sense of 'to strive')

(From 'satis ago')
vello, vellere, velli, vulsum
vello, vellere, volsi, volsum
to pluck, extract, demolish

(NOT velo, -are: to cover; OR volo, velle: to wish)
perimo, perimere, peremi, peremptum
to distroy, kill

(also, adimo, -ere: to take away, deprive)
maereo, maerere, maerui, --
to lament, to mourn (passive: to be sad)

(maestus-a-um (adj): sad)
lugeo, lugere, luxi, luctum
lugeor, lugeri
to mourn

(NOT related to lux, luctis(n) light)
libet, libere, libuit, libitum est
it is pleasing

(NOT libo, -are: to taste, dedicate, diminish, skim over)
queo, quire, quivi (quii), --
to be able

(nequeo: to be unable)
luo, luere, lui, luiturus
to pay, release, atone (punishment)
or, to wash, cleanse
palleo, pallere, pallui, --
to grow pale

(pallidus,-a,-um: pale)
pando, pandere, pandi, passum
to spread out, open, explain
parco, parcere, peperci, parsum
to spare

(NOT pario, parere, peperi, partum: to give birth)
mutuo, mutuare, mutuavi, mutuatum
to lend, exchange

(PASS. mutuor, -ari: to borrow, obtain on a loan)
rescisco, resciscere, rescivi, recitum
to learn, ascertain
fungor, fungi, functus sum
to busy one's self, perform
(Takes the ABLATIVE)

(defungor: to finish with)
sollicito, sollicitare, sollicitavi, sollicitatum
to disturb

(sollicitudo,-inis (n.FEM): anxiety)
ulciscor, ulcisci, ultus sum
avenge, punish

(ultor, -is (n.MASC): avenger
exigo, exigere, exegi, exactum
drive out, demand, complete, examine

(exactio,-onis (n.FEM): expulsion)
gigno, gignere, genui, genitum
to beget, cause

(genus, -eris (n.NEUT.): origin, race)
sino, sinere, sivi, situm
to let, permit

(desino: to stop)
consuesco, consuescere, consuevi, consuetum
become accustomed, accustom oneself

(also suesco, -ere: be accustomed)
immutuo, immutare, immutavi, immutatum
to change, alter, transform

(muto, -are; commuto, -are: to change)
posco, poscere, poposci, --
to demand, request
praebeo, praebere, praebui, praebitum
to supply, show, approve
nuo, nuere, nui, nutum
to nod

(annuo, -ere: to nod assent, indicate, grant)
reor, reri, ratus sum
to believe, judge
reperio, reperire, repperi, repertum
to find, learn
confero, conferre, contuli, collatum
to bring together, be useful, contribute, compare

(conlatio-onis(n.FEM.): comparison)
nitor, niti, nixus sum
to struggle, advance, strive

(NOT niteo, -ere, -ui: to shine, glitter)
propero, properare, properavi, properatum
to hasten, hurry

(properus,-a,-um: quick)
foedo, foedare, foedavi, foedatum
to defile, dishonor

scando, scandere, --,--
to climb

(also,: ascendo, -ere; conscendo, -ere: To climb AND
transcendo, -ere: to surmount)
digero, digerere, digessi, digestum
to divide, distribute, scatter

(ingero, -ere: carry in, give, repeat; Both from gero,-ere: to carry, bear)
labor, labi, lapsus sum
to slip, glide

(ALSO, prolabor: to slip forward
delabor, to slip down)
prosum, prodesse, profui, profuturus
to be useful, benefit, profit
sapio, sapere, sapivi (sapii), --
to taste, suggest, understand, be wise

(desipio, -ere: to be stupid)
secedo, seceder, secessi, secessus
withdraw, secede, rebel
nanciscor, nancisci, nactus sum
to obtain, find, receive
paciscor, pacisceri, pactus sum
make a pact, agree
obsequor, obsequi, obsecutus sum
to yeild to, humour, comply with
minitor, minitari, minitatus sum
minito, minitare, minitavi, minitatus
to threaten, to use threats
polliceor, polliceri, pollicitus sum
to promise

(pollicitum, -i (n.NEUT): a promise)
metior, metiri, mensus sum
to measure

(emetior, emetiri: to measure out; immensus,-a,-um: immeasurable)
obsum, obesse, offui (obui), offuturus
to be against, injure, hinder
perfero, perferre, pertuli, perlatum
to carry through, endure
paveo, pavere, pavui, pavitum
to be afraid, to tremble

(pavidus,-a,-um: terrified; pavor, -is (n. MASCC): terror
pergo, pergere, perrexi, perrectum
to continue, to proceed

(FROM per rego: lead through)