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41 Cards in this Set

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nihilum, nihilī or *nīlum, nīlī n.
nothing (used as genitives of definite value, ablatives of price, and ablatives of degree of difference
pretium, pretiī n.
price, value (used as genitive of definite value and ablative of price)
honor, honōris m.
honor, respect; (political) office
(archaic nominative form honōs)
lūmen, lūminis n.
light, radiance; in pl. eyes
scelus, sceleris n.
wicked deed, crime; villainy
vulnus, vulneris n.
aestimō (1-tr.)
estimate, value (appears with genitive of indefinite value or ablative of price)
ex(s)pecto (t-tr.)
wait (for), await, expect
(can be follow by a temporal clause introduced by dum or dōnec)
moror (1-tr.)
hinder, delay, wait (can be followed by a temporal clause, dum or dōnec)
mūtō (1-tr.)
change, take in exchange, give in exchange
emō, emere, ēmī, ēmptus
faciō (yea whatever)
reckon (when facio is used with a genitive of indef. value it is best translated "reckon")
gradior, gradī, gressus sum
proceed, walk, step
ēgredior, ēgredī, ēgressus sum
go or come out
incipiō, incipere, incēpī, inceptus
take on, begin (mostly uses object infinitve)
perdō, perdere, perdidī, perditus
destroy; lose
vendō, vendere, vendidī, venditus
----,----, coepī, coeptus (defective verb)
began, have began (perfect passive and perfect active forms only)
fīō, fierī, factus sum
become, happen; be made, be done
cēterus, a, um
rest (of), remaining part (of), (the) other (may be used as a adverbial accusative to mean "for the rest" "moreover" or "in addition"
grātus, a, um
charming, pleasing; grateful, pleased (have both active and passive meanings)
ingrātus, a, um
unpleasant, displeasing; ungrateful, displeased
saevus, a, um
cruel, savage
tantus, a, um
so much, so great
quantus, a, um
how much, how great; as much, as great
tālis, tāle
such, of such a sort
quālis, quāle
what sort of; of which sort, as
tot (indeclinable adj.)
so many
quot (indeclinable adj.)
how many, as many
ad (prep. + acc.)
for the purpose of
antequam (conj.)
causā (+preceding gen.)
for the purpose of, for the sake of (ablative of cause used with genitive)
dōnec (conj.)
while, as long as; until
dum (conj.)
while, as long as; until; provided that
dummodo (conj.)
provided that (can introduce a Proviso clause, modo can also introduce a Proviso clause
grātiā (+preceding gen.)
for the purpose of, for the sake of
modo (conj.)
provided that
priusquam (conj.)
quia (conj.)
quod (conj.)
tam (adv.)