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112 Cards in this Set

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redeo, redire, redivi(ii), reditus
to return, go back, give back
requiro, requirere, requisivi, requisitus
to try to find, search for; to need, miss, long for
quantus, a, um
how great, how much/many
vitarit =
vito (1)
= vitaverit
to avoid, shun, evade
gestio, gestire, gestivi
to desire eagerly, long
incertus, a, um
not fixed; uncertain, doubtful; disarranged
pomus, i, f
tremebundus, a, um
quivering, trembling
pulso (1)
to strike, beat (against)
cruentus, a, um
retroque pedem tulit
she stepped back
buxus, i, f
the box-tree; boxwood
pallidus, a, um
pale, colorless
exhorresco, exhorrescere, exhorrui
to shudder, shiver (with fear)
aequor, aequoris, n
a smooth, level surface; the surface of the sea
the equivalent (of); in text: just like the water
exiguus, a, um
small, light
tremo, tremere, tremui
to tremble
stringo, stringere, strinxi, strictus
to draw tight; strip off
remoror (1)
to delay, pause
plangor, plangoris, m
beating of the breast, lamentation, waling
lanio, laniare, laniavi, laniatus
to tear, mangle, mutilate
coma, ae, f
hair, mane, wool
suppleo, supplere, supplevi, suppletus
to fill up (with a liquid)
fletus, us, m
weeping, lamentation; tears
cruor, cruoris, m
misceo, miscere, miscui, mixtus
to mix
gelidus, a, um
icy, cold
figo, figere, fixi, fixus
to fix; pierce; establish
with what
casus, us, m
a fall; mishap, misfortune, accident
adimo, adimere, ademi, ademptus
to remove, take away
exaudio, ire, ivi, itus
to hear; to listen to, heed
atollo, attollere
to raise, lif up
erigo, erigere, erexi, erectus
to raise, erect; rouse
recondo, recondere, recondidi, reconditus
to putaway, store; to put back, close again
gravo, (1)
to make heavy, weigh down; to oppress, overwhelm
ensis, is, m
ebur, eburis, n
ivory, object of ivor
infelix, infelicis
unfertile, unproductive; disastrous, illfated, unfortunate
exstinctus, a, um
letum, i, n
death, destruction
comes, comitis, c
comrade, partner
revello, revellere, revelli, revulsus
to tear away, remove forcibly
oh! ah! alas!
compono, componere, composui, compositus
to compare, construct, compile
tumulus, i, m
mound, tomb
miserabilis, is, e
wretched, miserable, pitiable
tego, tegere, texi, tectus
to cover, protect, hide
signum, i, n
sign, signal
pullus, a, um
dark, dreary-colored
luctus, us, m
grief, mourning, lamentation
aptus, a, um
tied, bound; + dat., suitable for
fetus, us, m
geminus, a, um
twinborn, twin; twofold, double
monimentum, i, n
monument; token, reminder
incumbo, incumbere, incubui + dat
to bend over; to throw oneself (on), fall (on) lie down (on)
thus far
tepeo, tepere, to be warm
to have the warmth of a human body
voto, votare, votui, votitus
to forbid, reject
tango, tangere, tetigi, tactus
to touch, strike, influence
permaturesco, permaturescere, permaturui
to become fully ripe
rogus, i, m
funeral pyre
supersum, superesse, superfui
to be above, to remain, be left over
requisco, requiescere, requievi, requieturus
to rest, lie at rest
urna, ae, f
pitcher, urn (intext: a cinerary urn)
oriens, orientis, m
the rising sun, dawn; the eastern world, the orient
praefero, praeferre, praetuli, praelatus
to carry in front, prefer, display
contiguus, a, um
adjacent, connected
tenuere =
= tenuerunt
coctilis, is, e
baked; made of fired bricks
cingo, cingere, cinxi, cinctus
to enclose; accompany; equip
Semiramis, semiramidis, f
semiramis (legendary queen of Assyria, wife of Ninus, and founder of babylon)
notitia, ae, f
gradus, us, m
step, position
vicinia, ae, f
nearby area, vicinity; nearnes,, proximity
cresco, crescere, crevi, cretus
to come forth, grow
coeo, coire, coii, coitus
to come together, meet; to form an alliance
aequus, a, um
level, even
ardeo, ardere, arsi, arsus
to be on fire, flash, glow
conscius, i, m
accomplice, witness
nutus, us, m
a nod of the head
to more . .. the more
aestuo (1)
to boil, foam, burn
findo, findere, fidi, fissus
to split apart; to open up
rima, ae, f
uter, utra, utrum
which, whichever, each side
vitium , i , n
defect, fault; flaw, imperfection; vice
saeculum, i, n
generation, age
titus, a, um
safe, secure
murmur, murmuris, m
blanditia, ae, f
flattery, compliment
soleo, solere, solitus sum
to be accustomed to
from this place
from that place
in vices
in turn, alternately
anhelitus, us, m
inhaling, panting
os, oris, n
mouth, speech, expression
invidus, a, um
malevolent, hateful; envious, jealous
obsto, obstare, obstiti, obstaturus + dat
to face; to stand in the way (0f), obstruct
sino, sinere, sivi, situs
to allow permit
too, too much
auris, aruis, f
talis, is, e
such, so great
in vain
sedes, sedis, f
seat; home; position
pars, partis, f
dedo, dedere, dedidi, deditus
to give up, surrender
non pervenientia
that did not come through
in text: on the opposite side