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39 Cards in this Set

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cena
dinner
poculum
drinking cup
merum
undiluted wine
secundae mensae
dessert
commissatio
drinking party
coronae (translation and derivative)
garlands - crown
flores (translation and derivative)
flowers - floral
apium
parsley
hedera
ivy
unguenta
perfumes
arbiter bibendi (translation and derivative)
master of the drinking - arbitrary
tali
knucklebones
fritillus
cylindrical box
venus
highest throw
canis
lowest throw
senio
poor throw
cyathi
measure of wine
bene (translation and derivative)
well - benefit
plus vini (translation and derivative)
more wine - plus
creo (translation and derivative)
to appoint - create
prudentior (translation and derivative)
wiser - prudence
quam
than
prudenter
wisely
nimis
too much
modus (translation and derivative)
way, method - mode
cura (translation and derivative)
care - curator
invoco (translation and derivative)
to invoke, call upon - invoke
collapsus (translation and derivative)
he collapsed - collapse
pessimus (translation and derivative)
worst - pessimist
posco, poscere
to demand, ask for
posco, poscere
to demand, ask for
misceo, miscere (translation and derivative)
to mix - mix
sino, sinere
to allow
haurio, haurire
to drain
translation for comparative words
more + adjective
translation for superlative words
most + adjective
the three degrees of adjectives are what?
positive, comparative, superlative
how do you recognize comparative adjectives?
end in -ior
how do you recognize superlative adjectives?
end in errimus or illimus