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Chapter 31


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pōtiō, -iōnis, f.
potion, drink
rūmor, -ōris, m.
rumor
memoria, -ae, f.
memory
mūnus, mūneris, nt.
service, duty, gift
fidēs, -ēī, f.
loyalty, good faith
crux, crucis, f.
cross
iuvenis, -is, m./f.
young person (not i-stem!)
praemium, -ī, nt.
reward
poena, -ae, f.
punishment
iūs, iūris, nt.
law, right (also: gravy, soup)
lēx, lēgis, f.
law, motion, bill
parricīda, -ae, m./f.
murderer of a near relative or head of state
scelus, sceleris, nt.
crime, wickedness
supplicium, -ī, nt.
punishment
mōs, mōris, m.
custom, habit; pl.: behavior, morals
iniūria, -ae, f.
injury, injustice
senex, senis, m.
old man (not i-stem!)
nūgae, -ārum, f.
trifles
praesēns
present (praeesse)
avārus, -a, -um
greedy
impatiēns
impatient
īnfēlix
unlucky, unhappy
asinīnus, -a, -um
asinine, donkey-like
fīdus, -a, -um
loyal, faithful
īnfidus, -a, -um
unfaithful, treacherous
fugitīvus, -a, -um
fugitive
nimius, -a, -um
too big
clēmēns
merciful
iūstus, -a, -um
just
iniūstus, -a, -um
unjust
sapiēns
wise (sapere)
scelestus, -a, -um
wicked
crūdelis, -e
cruel
vetus
old (Gen.: veteris)
invalidus, -a, -um
weak
dēbilis, -e
weak, debile
ēbrius, -a, -um
drunk
nōnagēsimus, -a, -um
ninetieth
optāre
to wish for, choose
interpellāre
to interrrupt, break in
aufugere, aufūgisse
to run away, escape
auferre, abstulisse, ablātum
to carry off
fīdere, fīsum
to trust, rely on (+ Dat.)
cōnfīdere, cōnfīsum
to trust, confide in (+ Dat.)
cruciāre
to torture
latēre, latuisse
to lie hidden, lurk
retrahere, -trāxisse, -tractum
to draw back, withdraw
statuere, statuisse, statutum
to fix, determine
ignōscere, ignōvisse, ignōtum
to forgive (+ Dat.)
ōdisse, ōsum
to hate
vetāre, vetuisse, vetitum
to forbid
ēducāre
to train, educate; to rear
abdūcere, -dūxisse, -ductum
to lead away, carry off, abduct
fābulārī, fābulātum
to chat, tell a story
quisquis, quidquid
whoever, whatever
quantum
how much; as adv.: as / so much as
aliquantum
to some extent (adv.)
nimium / nimis
too much (adv.)
quamobrem
therefore, on account of which, why?
ideō
for that reason, therefore
funditus
utterly (from the root)
priusquam
before, sooner, rather
namque
for in fact (strong nam)
cōram
in the presence of (+ Abl.)