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Chapter 55-56 Vocabulary
Bellum gerere To wage war Derivatives? Antebellum, belligerent
Coniuro, coniurare, coniuravi, coniuraturus To plot, make a conspiracy, conspire Derivatives? Conjure
Libertas, libertatis (f) Freedom, liberty Derivatives? Liberty, libertarian
Amplius More Derivatives? Ample, amplify
Confodio, confodere, confodi, confossus To stab
Civitas, civitatis, f. Citizenship; state, government; city Derivatives? Civil, civilian, civilization
Clarus, -a, -um Well-known, distinguished
Interficio, interficere, interfeci, interfectus To kill
Patria, patriae Country, fatherland Derivatives? Patriot, patriarch, paternity, patricide, patronize
Amitto, amittere, amisi, amissus To lose
Genus, generis Race, class, family Derivatives? Genus, generate, regenerate, generic
Defero, deferre, detuli, delatus To carry down, offer, confer Derivatives? Defer, deference, deferential
Exercitus, exercitus Army Derivatives? Exercise, exercitation, exertion
Gallia, Galliae Gaul
Deprehendo, deprehendere, deprehendi, deprehensus To seize, catch
Aggredior, aggredi, aggressus sum To attack Derivatives? Aggressive, aggressor
Audax, audacis Bold, rash, reckless Derivatives? Audacity, audacious
Fortuna, -ae Fortune, luck Derivatives? Fortunate, unfortunate, fortuitous
Muto, mutare, mutavi, mutatus To change Derivatives? Mutate, mutant, immutable
Vindico, vindicare, vindicavi, vindicatus To avenge, get revenge for Derivative? Vindicate, vindictive, vindictiveness
Iniuria, -ae Injury, injustice Derivatives? Injury
Dux, ducis Leader, general Derivatives? Duke, duchess, aqueduct, conduct, viaduct, deduce, abduct, induce, induct
Dimico, dimicare, dimicavi, dimicaturus To fight, struggle
Vacuus, vacua, vacuum Empty Derivatives? Vacuum
Pereo, perire, perii, periturus To die, perish Derivatives? Perish, perishable
Ingenium, -i Intelligence, ingenuity, character Derivatives? Ingenious, ingenuity
Evado, evadere, evasi, evasus To escape Derivatives? Evade, evasive
Castra, castrorum (n. pl) Camp Derivatives? Castellated (built like a castle)
Copia, copiae (f) Abundance, supply Derivatives? Copious, cornucopia, copiousness
Fames, famis, f. Hunger, starvation Derivatives? Famine, famished
Imperium, imperii, n. Power, empire Derivatives? Imperial, imperative, imperialism
Amicitia, amicitiae (f) Friendship
Condo, condere, condidi, conditus To establish, found Derivatives? Abscond
Consularis, consularis (m) One holding rand of consul, ex-consul
Orbis terrarum The world Derivatives? Orb, terrain, terrace
Suscipio, suscipere, suscepi, susceptus To undertake, support, receive Derivatives? Susceptible
Opera, operae, f. Work, effort Derivatives? Opus, operate, cooperate, opera
adhuc Up to this time
Rex, regis (m) King Derivatives? Regal, regalia, regicide
quondam Once, formerly
Occido, occidere, occidi, occisus To kill
Insto, instare, institi To pursue closely, press hard upon, threaten Derivatives? Instigate, insist
Praecipuus, praecipua, praecipuum Notable, outstanding, remarkable
Ergo Therefore Cogito ergo sum!
Res publica, rei publicae (f) State, government
Potior, potiri, potitus sum To get control of, get possession of Deponent!!
Iudex, iudicis, m. Judge, magistrate, governor Derivatives? Judge, judicial, adjudicate
Irrumpo, irrumpere, irrupi, irruptus To break in, to burst in Derivatives? Erupt, rupture
Triumphus, triumphi, m. Triumph, victory parade Derivatives>? Triumph, triumphant, triumphal
Recedo, recedere, recessi, recessurus To go back, go away, retreat Derivatives? Recede, recession, recessive
Nepos, nepotis (m) Nephew, grandson Derivatives? Nepotism
Iudico, iudicare, iudicavi, iudicatus To judge Derivatives? Judicial, adjudicate, judiciary, judgement
Percussor, percussoris (m) Assassin
Iustus, iusta, iustum Fair, just, well-deserved Derivatives? Just, justice
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