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Vocābula Disposita/Ōrdināta
Nōmina properāre hasten, hurry
Dēclīnātiō I (f.) vulnerāre wound
rīpa, ‑ae riverbank Coniugātio in –ē (ēre, -ī/-uī, -um/-itum)
Dēclīnātiō II studēre, studuī (+ dat.) devote oneself to
gaudium, ‑ī joy Coniugātio in consonans
lēgātus, ‑ī envoy, delegate ad-iungere, adiūnxī, adiūnctum add to, join
legiōnārius, ‑ī legionary caedere, cecīdī, caesum beat, fell, kill
proelium, ‑ī battle cōgere, coēgī, coāctum compel, force
stipendium, ‑ī salary ef-fundere, -fūdī, fūsum pour out
studium, ‑ī interest, study ē-rumpere, -rūpī, -ruptum break out
Dēclīnātiō III ex-currere, -cucurrī o -currī, -cursum run out,
aetās, aetātis ( f.) age rush out
agmen, agminis (n.) army on the march, file īn-struere, -strūxī, -strūctum draw up, arrange
amnis, amnis (m.) river prō-currere, -cucurrī o -currī, -cursum run
caedēs, caedis ( f.) slaughter forward, charge
cohors, cohortis ( f.) cohort prō-gredī, -gressum go forward, advance
ēnsis, ēnsis (m.) sword Coniugātio in –ī (-īre, -īvi (ii), -ītum)
imperātor, imperātōris (m.) general, emperor mūnīre, mūnīvī, mūnītum fortify
legiō, ‑ōnis ( f.) legion Verba anōmala
ōrdō, ōrdinis ( f.) order fore = futurum esse
pāx, pācis ( f.) peace trānsferre, -tulī, -lātum transfer, transport
ratis, ratis ( f.) raft (trānseō) trānsīre, trānsīvī cross, pass
valētūdō, valētūdinis ( f.) health Adiectīva II, I, II
virtūs, virtūtis ( f.) virtue arduus, ‑a, ‑um steep
vulnus, vulneris (n.) wound dēnī, ‑ae, ‑a ten at a time
Dēclīnātiō V dīrus, ‑a, ‑um dreadful
aciēs, ‑ēī line of battle horrendus, ‑a, ‑um dreadful
Verba idōneus, ‑a, ‑um suitable
Coniugātio in –ā (-āre, -āvi, -ātum) ōtiōsus, ‑a, ‑um leisured, idle
circum-dare, -dedī, -datum surround posterus, ‑a, ‑um next, following
commemorāre, mention prīvātus, ‑a, ‑um private
convocāre call together pūblicus, ‑a, ‑um public
cōpulāre join, connect quaternī, ‑ae, ‑a four at a time
dēsīderāre long for, miss quīnī, ‑ae, ‑a five at a time
fatīgāre tire out, weary rīdiculus, ‑a, ‑um laughable, funny
hortārī, hortātum encourage, urge sēnī, ‑ae, ‑a six at a time
praestāre, -stitī furnish, fulfill trīnī, ‑ae, ‑a three at a time
ūnī, ‑ae, ‑a one at a time
Adiectīva III
citerior, citerius nearer
incolumis, ‑e unharmed, safe
mīlitāris, ‑e military
ulterior, ulterius farther, more distant
Adverbia
diūtius longer (comp. of diū)
etenim and indeed, for
ferē about, almost
praecipuē especially
prīdiē the day before
quamdiū how long, as long as
tamdiū so long, as long
Praepositiōnēs
citrā (prp. + acc.) on this side
secundum (prp. + acc.) along
ultrā (prp. + acc.) on that (the far) side
Prōnōmina
plērīque, plēraeque, plēraque most