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12 Cards in this Set

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cano, canere, cecini, cantus
sing; to play (musical instrument); to speak in a singsong tone; to sing of; to prophesy, predict; (mil) to blow, sound
venio, venire, veni, ventum
intr. - to come; to be coming, be on the way; to sppear in court; to come to dinner; (of plants) to come up; (w. in + acc) to come into; to enter into (an agreement, friendship, etc); to fall into (e.g. trouble, disgrace, etc); in buccam venire - to be on the tip of the tongue; in mentem venire - to come to mind
iacio, iacere, ieci, iactus
tr - to throw, cast, fling; to toss (head, limbs); to hurl (charges, insults); to lay (foundations); to build, establish, set, found, construct; to emit, produce (heat, light, sparks); to throw away; to mention, utter, declare, intimate; contumeliam in aliquem iacere - to hurl the charge of defiance at s.o., charge s.o. with defiance; fundamenta iacere - to lay the foundations; voces iaciuntur - words are uttered; refl - to leap; to rush, burst
patior, pati, passus sum
tr - to experience, undergo, suffer; to put up with, allow; to submit to (sexually); aegre pati - to resent, be displeased with
condo, condere, condidi, conditus
tr- to build, found; to write, compose; to establish (a practice, institution); to store up, hoard; to preserve; to keep safe; to plunge (a weapon); to drown out (a sound); to put (in prison, chains)
infero, inferre, intuli, illatus
tr - to bring in, carry in; to import; to introduce; to bring forward, aduce, produce; (w. dat) to cause (injury, death, delay) to; to bury, inter; (w. in + acc) to reduce to; (w. dat) to pay (money) to (e.g. the treasury); arma (or bellum) inferre (w. dat) to make war on; gradum (or pedem or signa) inferre to advance (usually to attack); conversa signa inferre (w. dat) to turn around and attack; faces (or ignem) inferre (w.dat) to set fire to; honores inferre - to offer a sacrifice; manus inferre (w. dat) to lay hands on; nomen in tabulas inferre - to enter one's name in the records; refl & pass - to enter; to rush in or on; to go, march, charge, plunge; se in periculum inferre - to expose oneself to danger; intr - to infer, conclude
memoro, memorare, memoravi, memoratus
tr - to mention, bring up; to name, call; intr - (w. de + abl) to speak of
laedo, laedere, laesi, laesus
tr - to knock, strike; to hurt; to rub open; to wound; to break (promise, pledge); to harm (reputation, interests); to offend, outrage, violate; (w. ad) to smash ( against; (poet) to mar
doleo, dolere, dolui, dolitus
tr - to give pain to, hurt; intr - to feel pain; to hurt, be sore, ache, smart; to grieve, be sorry, be hurt; take offense; (w. dat) to give pain to, afflict; caput mihi dolet - I have a headache
volvo, volvere, volvi, volutus
tr - to roll, turn about, wind; (of a river) to roll (e.g., rocks) along; to breathe; to unroll, read (books, scrolls; to pourt out, utter fluently; to consider, weigh; (of time) to bring on, bring around; to form (a circle); to undergo (troubles); pass - to roll, tumble; to revolve; intr - to revolve; to roll on, elapse
adeo, adire, adii, aditus
tr - to approach; to attack; to consult; to visit; to undertake, set about, undergo; to consult (an oracle); intr - to go up, come up; (w. ad) to go up to, approach; to enter upon, undertake, set about; to meet (danger); ad rempublicam adire - to go into politics
impello, impellere,
im(pe)puli, impulsus
tr - to strike against, strike; to reach (the ears); to push, drive, drive forward, impel, propel; to urge, persuade; to stimulate, induce; to force, compel; to put to rout; to swell (sails)