Okay after about 50 words learnt this one is no good:
Most frequently occurring words in Latin literature
Way too much meanings for a word and those meanings often intersect (air, star e.g.), which leads to very weird learning experience.
Switched to Latin for beginners. Not much mems as well, but at least the vocab looks better so far.
That is something that is just par for the territory when it comes to the study of Latin. Latin is a very compressed language so much of the vocabulary can have multiple meanings, and each of these meanings are important when engaging Latin literature. It is also important to note the instances when Latin words can have opposite meanings in their definitions.
I get it, but don't see how e.g. English is any different in that way. And I think it's better to either choose the most common meaning (already frequently occuring) or split by topic into multiple dictionaries. Otherwise impossible to remember (which is the point right?), especially given little activity in here and hence mems present.
Maybe I should try Caesar vocab later or something, more constrained one.