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32 Cards in this Set

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conuīui-um ī 2n
grauitās grauitāt-is 1f
seriousness, solemnity, importance, authority
iānu-a ae 1f.
laetiti-a ae 1f.
merriment, festivity, joy
sermō sermōn-is 3m.
ali-us a ud
conjugates like us a um
sōl-us a um
alone (gen. s. sōlius, dat. sōli)
tant-us a um
so much; so great; so important
bibō 3 bibī
I drink
comparō 1
I prepare, provide, get ready, get
conueniō 4 conuēnī conuentum (ad)
I meet (at)
effugiō 3 effūgī
I escape
festīnō 1
I hurry
intellēgō 3 intellēxī intellēctus
I perceive, understand, comprehend, grasp
inuītō 1
I invite
oportet 2 oportuit
x (acc) ought (to + inf.); it is right, fitting for x (acc) to y (inf)
inter (+acc)
among, between
at the same time
sōlum (adv. of sōlus)
celeritās celeritāt-is 3f.
praetor praetor-is 3m
praetor (Roman state official)
Rōmān-us a um
caedō 3 cecīdī caesus
I cut (down); flog, beat; kill
concurrō 3 concurrī concursum
I run together
ōrō 1
beg, pray
parcō pepercī parsūrus (+dat)
I spare
(by) much, (by) far
What is an ablative of comparison?
when you omit quam and use ablatives to compare;
hoc oppidum clarius est omnibus aliīs
What is an 'instrumental- accompanying ablative?
the ablative of attendant circumstances, 'together with'; peruenit cum magna calamitate ciuitatis; he came with great disaster for the state.
What are other uses of instrumental-accompanying ablatives?
shows how something is done ie. he arrived with great speed 'summā celeritāte peruēnit'
Also measure of difference;
Verres multō turpior est quam comites sui
áli-quis áli-qua áli-quid
someone; in plural it means some;
declines like quis quid except áli-qua s. & pl.f
ipse ipsa ipsum
declines like us a um
very, actual, self