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113 Cards in this Set

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hydrus, i, m
aconitum, i, n
wolfsbane, aconite
coetus, us, m
meeting, encounter, intercourse
scelero, scelerare, sceleravi, sceleratus
to defile
par, paris
equal, equal to, like
pario, parere, peperi, partus
to bear, give birth, beget, bring forth, produce
ensis, ensis, m
scortum, i, n
harlot, prostitute
sollicito, sollicitare, sollicitavi, sollicitatus
to disturb, worry, stir up, arouse, agitate
infundo, infundere, infudi, infusus
to pour in/on.out
sordidus, a, um
dirty, unclean, foul, sordid
talis, e
such, so great, of such a kind
merum, i, n
unmixed wine
merus, a, um
unmixed, pure, only
ebrietas, atis, f
drunkness, intoxication
sicuus, a, um
sitis, is, f
vito, vitare, vitavi, vitatus
to avoid, shun, evade
pudicus, a, um
chaste, modest, virtuous
lateo, latere, latui
to lie hidden, lurk
statuo, stauere, statui, statutus
to set up, establish, build, place
fautor, fautoris, m
patron, protector
deceptus, us, m
it is permitted, allowed, one may
acuo, acuere, acui, acutus
to whet, sharpen, spur on, provoke, incite
procax, procacis
pushing, impudent, undisciplined, frivolous
posco, poscere, poposci, --
to ask, demand
tundo, tundere, tutudi, tunsus
to beat, bruise, pulp, crush
fletus, us, m
weeping, crying, tears, wailing
vesanus, a, um
mad, frenzied, wild
sanies, ei, f
ichor, pus
stercus, oris, m
filth, manure
amomum, i, n
an eastern spice, unguent
vernus, a, um
of the spring, vernal
sus, suis, c
swine, hog, pig, sow
haurio, haurire, hausi, haustus
to draw up/out, drink, swallow, drain, exhaust
guttur, gutturis, n
throat, neck, gullet
latus, a, um
wide, broad, spacious, extensive
cerno, cernere, crevi, cretus
to sift, separate, distinguish, see
humus, i, f
ground, soil, earth, land
transfugio, transfugere, transfugi
to go over to the enemy, desert
frenus, i (frenum, i), m (n)
bridle, harness, reins, curb
arc(e)o, arcere, arcui
to keep away, protect, ward off
iuventa, ae, f
sino, sinere, sivi, situs
to allow, permit
gemma, ae, f
gem, jewel
suboles, subolis, f
shoot, sucker, offspring, progeny
decemplex, icis
nitidus, a, um
shining, bright
indiges, indigetis, m
native, indigenous
prebeo, prebere, prebui, prebitus
to present, show, offer, expose, provide
caduxus, a, um
ready to fall, tottering, doomed, falling, fallen
alimentum, i, n
food, fuel, nourishment
nex, necis, f
death, murder
--, manis, m
gods of the lower world, shades of the dead
ludo, ludere, lusi, lusus
to play, mock, tease, trick
tener, tenera, tenerum
tender, young, weak
alluo, alluere, allui, --
to wash, flow past, lap, beset, bathe, deposit silt
immitis, e
cruel, rough, harsh, severe, stern, sour
ecquis, ecquid
is there any that? does any one?
aeger, aegra, aegrum
sick, ill, diseased, painful, grievous
aeger, aegri, m
invalid, sick person
aegrum, i, n
diseased part; grief, pain
demereo, demerere, demeri, demeritus
to oblige, please, earn, merit
demo, demere, dempsi, demptus
to take away, remove, withdraw, cut off
lectus, i, m
bed, couch, lounge
lectus, a, um
chosen, picked, selected; choice, excellent
tento, tentare, tentavi, tentatus
to handle, feel; attempt, try; prove, test
saliens, salientis, f
fountain, jet of water, spurt
fomentum, i, n
poultice, dressing, compress; solace, alleviation
propero, properare, properavi, properatus
to hurry, speed up, be quick
nato, natare, natavi, natatus
to swim, float
duro, durare, duravi, duratus
to harden, make hard; bear, last, remain, endure
sodalis, sodalis, c
companion, associate, comrade
profugus, a, um
fugitive, runaway, refugee
immanis, e
huge, vast, immense
flavus, a, um
yellow, golden, flaxen, blond
pellitus, a, um
covered with skins
solamen, solaminis, n
source of comfort, solace
epotus, a, um
drunk up/down, drained, exhausted, absorbed, swallowed up
veho, vehere, vexi, vectus
to bear, carry, convey, ride
demissus, a, um
low, low-lying
moveo, movere, movi, motus
to move, stir
pruinosus, a, um
crinis, crinis, m
hair, tress, plait, plume
contundo, contundere, contudi, contusus
to quell, crush, outdo, subdue; bruise, beat, pulp
piger, pigra, pigrum
lazy, slow, dull
intepesco, intepescere, intepescui, --
to become warm
rogus, i, m
funeral pyre
ardeo, ardere, arsi, arsus
to be on fire, burn
fax, facis, f
torch, firebrand, flame
suppono, supponere, supposui, suppositus
to placeunder, substitute, suppose
niveus, a, um
libo, libare, libavi, libatus
to nibble, sip; pour in offering
adimo, adimere, ademi, ademptus
to withdraw, take away, carry off
libere, adv
freely, frankly, shamelessly
conloco, conlocare, conlocavi, conlocatus
to place in orer, arrange, station, post, position
effingo, effngere, effinxi, effinctus
to fashion, form, mould, represent, portray
taurus, i, m
simia, ae, c
monkey, ape
germanus, a, um
own/full brother; genuine, real, actual, true
inclamo, inclamare, inclamavi, inclamatus
to cry out (to), call upon, abuse, revile
psittacus, i, m
pica, ae, f
magpie, jay
sterto, stertere, stertui, --
to snore
iaceo, iacere, iacui, iacitus
to lie, lie down, sleep
frustillatim, adv
bit by bit
pasco, pascere, pavi, pastus
to feed, feed on, graze
alligo, alligare, alligavi, alligatus
to bind, fetter (to), bandage, hinder, impede
deicio, deicere, deieci, deiectus
to throw down, overthrow, bring down, depose
cortex, corticis, c
bark, cork, skin, rind, shell
periclitor, periclitari, periclitatus sum
to try, prove, test
concoquo, concoquere, concoxi, concoctus
to heat thoroughly, cook down; mature; digest; ponder; concoct