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34 Cards in this Set

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argent-um i 2n.
silver, silver plate, money
genus gener-is 3n
family, stock, tribe
pōculum ī 2n
īnflammāt-us a um
inflamed, on fire
nāt-us a um (+abl)
born of, from
absum abesse āfuī āfutūrus
I am away from, absent
cōnstituō 3 constituī constitūtus
I decide
perlegō 3 perlēgī perlēctus
I read through, peruse
seruō 1
I keep safe, preserve
potius quam
rather than
mod-us i 2m
way, manner, fashion
prōuinci-a ae 1f.
ratiō ratiōn-is 3f.
plan, method; reason; count, list; calculation
Rōm-a ae 1f
Sicili-a ae 1f
absēns absent-is
absent, away
prīm-us a um
circumeō circumīre circumiī circumitum
I go around
colligō 3 collēgī collēctus
I collect, gather; gain, acquire
commoueō 2 commōuī commōtus
I move; remove; excite, disturb
excōgitō 1
I think up, I devise
reuocō 1
I call back
circum (+acc)
amau-eram,eras, erat,eramus
eratis, erant
cēp-eram eras,erat,eramus,
eratis, erant
Pluperfect indicative active
I had __ ed
Perfect stem + eram, eras, erat, eramus, eratis, erant
minatus a um eram, erās, erat
eramus, eratis,erant
progressus a um eram, erās,
Pluperfect indicative deponent
I had ___ ed
qui quae qoud qui quae quae
quem quam quod quos quas quae
cuius quorum quarum
cui quibus (quis)
quo qua quo quibus (quis)
relative pronoun;
who, which
describes a noun via a complete subordinate clause which has own verb. Gender and number from antecedent case according to function in clause
The connecting relative
at the start of the sentence, referring back to something or someone in the previous sentence.
natus genere nobili
born from a good family;

ablative of origin
timore hoc fecit
he did this from fear;

ablative of cause
shows why an action is done
Verre paetōre
tē praetōre
mē amīcō
ablative absolute; like ablative of attendant circum.
With Verres as praetor
with you as praetor
with me as friend
Accusative=towards, to
Ablative= from
1 -ae gen. -īs
2 -ī -īs abl.
3 -ī dat.s -ibus
Indicates motion in/to a city of small island
Carthigin-em; to Carthage
Carthigin-e; from carthage
Carthigin-ī; at Carthage
ad Romam
ā Romā
With a preposition before the city then it means;
to the vicinity of Rome;
from the vicinity of Rome