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VOCABULARY. ABBREVIATIONS USED. odY. aiSbowh, c. common. defect. deficiiM, dep. dqwtMiU. dim. dimiwMMiM. f . /emifiiiM. freq. ^^neguentaMw. impora. impersonal lnc«p. ificeptiM. in«g. i/ntguiar. m. flMMntZilML n. neuter, lium. niMMnxlL part. particioIflL prep. t)repoeu<<m. V. two. A, aby prep. , >Viom> by, abdoy didi, cutum, y. 3, to hide. abduco, diizi, ductom, t. 8, to lead away, abeo, ivi or u, ikun, ▼. 4, to go away, abigo, egiy actum, t. 8, to drive away, (ab-ago.) abiicio, ieci, iectum, v. 8, to tfurow awa/y, (ab-iacio.) ablego, Y,iy to send away. ab]uo, ui, utum, v. 3, to wash away, purify, abnuo, ni, mtuniy v. 8, to r^/iise, abripio, pni, eptum, v. 3, to drag away. (ab-rapio.) abrumpo, upi, upturn, v. 3, to break off. abecedo, cessi, cessum, y. 3, to go away. abscindo, stiCdi, cisaum, y. 3, to cut off. absolvo, yi, utum, y. 8, tajmish, absMve, abstraho, zi, ctum, y. 3, to drag, take atoay. abcium, fui, y. irreg., to he obaenL ac, co^j., artdt as, accedo, oessi, cessum, y. 8, to approach, be added, (ad-cedo.) aocessusi ua, m., an approach, accido, cidi, y. 3, to happen, hrfaU, (ad- cado.) aocipio, cepi, ceptum, y. 8, to receive, undergo, (ad-capio.) accipiter, trig, m., a hawk, accommodatus, a, um, adj., fitted. accurate, adv., exactly. accurro, curri, cursum, y. 3, to rwi to, accusatio, onis, f., a ^targe, accuso, y. 1, to cnarge, accuse, ocer, oris, e, a^j., sharp, keen. aocrms, 1., m., a heap. acies, ei, f., an edge, line qfhattU, acinaces, is, m., a scimitar, acquiro, sivi, situm, y. 3, -to procure, acquire. acriter, adv., sharply, actuarius, a, um, a^j., siD^t, (ago.) acuo, ui, utum, y. 3, to sharpen, acutuB, a, um, adj., sharp. ad, prep., to, nea/r^for, beside, off, adapto, y. 1, to fit, adduco, xi, ctum, y. 8, to lead to, in- duce, adeo, ivi or ii, itum, y. 4, to approach, adeo, adv., so far, so m/uch. adhibeo, ui, itum, y. 2, to apply, em- ploy, give. adliuc, ady., hitherto, still, aditus, us, m., an approach, adiicio, eci. ectum, y. 8, to add to, (ad-iacio.) adniinistro, y. 1, to attend to, manage, admiratio, onis, f. astonishment, admodum, adv., very, admoneo, ui, itum, y. 2, to remind, team, admoveo, movi, motum, y. 2, to bring or move to, appXfy, knock against, adoleo, ui, ultum, y. 2, to bum. adolescens, entis, part. (adoIe8co),y<7un^. adorior, ortus, y. 4, dep., to attack. adoro, v. 1, to entreat, worship. adsum, fui, esse, v. irreg., to be present. aduncuR, a, um, adj., curved. advenio, veni, ventum, y. 4, to eoine to, approach. adventus, us, m. an arrival, approach. adversarins, a, um, adj., oppo^ to, as subst. a rival, enemy. 122 EASY LATIN STORIES. [adv-app advemu, adr. and prep., against, tawardt. idvesperaacit, avit, ▼. 3, incep. and impen., evening approaches. advooo, ▼. 1, to summon. advolo, ▼. 1, tojly to. aedes, is, f., a temple, in plnr. a house. aedificinm, ii, n., a buUdtng. aedifico, y. 1, to ouUd. aegre, adr., wUh difficulty. aenena, a, am, adv., of brass. aeqnalia, e, adj., e^ualf of the same age, level wita. aequalitas, atis, f., equalUf. aeqnaliter, adv., eqwaUy. aer, aens, m., tM am, aerarins, a, am, saj., pertaining to copper, aes, aerifl, n«, brass, copper. aestas, atis, f., summer, aestimo, v. 1, to value. aestas, oi^ m., hecU, the tide. aetas, atis, f., age, an age. aevum. i, n.^ an age. affero, attoli, allatom, ▼. 8, to bring to, apply. affido, feci, fectnm, ▼. 8. to affect, punish, treat, (ad-facio.) affigo, ixi, ixum, v. 8, to/asten to. affirmo, v. 1, to assert, afliigo, ixi, ictam, v. 8, to dash against, cast down, ager, gri, m., afield. aggredior, gressus, v. 8, dep., to ap- jOToach, (Utack. (ad-gradior.) agito, v. 1, freq., to drive about, dis- turb, consider. agnosco. novi, nitnm, ▼. 8, to recognise, ago, egi, actum, v. 8, to drive, keep, spend, pass, accuse. a^prestis, e, adj., qfthejidds. aio, v., defect., to a§wm, ala, ae, f., a viina, alatus, a, am, adg., winged, alea, ae, f., ^ gama ofhaaard. alienatu3, a, um, part, (alieno), de- prived, deranged, alienus, a, am, adi'., belonging to an- other person, (alius.) alioquin, adv., othervnse. aliquaradiu, adv., for a while. aliquantulus, a, um, adj., some little, aliqnis, quid pron., some. aliquot, num., some. alius, a, ud, adj., other, another, alligo, v. 1, to Jknd to. alloquor, cutus, v. 3, dep., to address, alo, alui, altnm, alitom, v. 8, to rear, qrow, nourish. alter, a, am, adj., ome of two, the other, alteruter, a, tram, a4j-i one qf two, either, altitado, inis, 1, height. altos, a, am, adj., high, d^ep, alveas, i, m., a hollow channeL amaros, a, am, ac^., bitter, ambio, ivi aiid li, itum, y. i, to go round, surround, request. ambo, bae, bo, num., both. ambulo, ▼. 1, to walk. amido, icoi, ictam, v. 4, to dothe. amicitia, ae, t, friendship. amicus, a, am, 9d^.,/riendly. amnis, is, m., a rtver. amplius, adv., comparative of amplus, more. amplas, a, am, adj., large, splendid. amputo, y.l, to ctU off. an, anne, conj., or, whether. anceps, dpitis, a^., doubtful, (ambo- caput.) ancora, ae, f., an anchor. angustiae, anun, f., a strait, diffi- culty. an^stus, 1, am, adj., narrow. anima, ae, f., breath, life, the soul. animal, aUs, n., a livir^ creature. animo. y. 1, to inspire. animus, i,m., the soul, mvnd, courage, intefUion. annulos, i, m., a ring. annus, i, m., a year. annuus, a, um, a^j., yearly, anser, eris, m., a goose. ante, prep., btfore, antea, adv., b^ore, formerly, antehac, adv., previously. nntequam, conj., b^ore thai, anterior, oris, ac^., fore, forward. antiquitus, adv., ancienUy. antiquuB, a, um, adj., ancienL antistes, stitis, c, a priest. antroTsum, adv., in front. antrum, i, n., a cave. aper, pri, m., a wild boar. aperio, ui, ertum, v. 4, to open. apis, is, f., a bee. aplustre, is, n., the taffrail of a vessel. appareo, ui, itum, ▼. 2, to become visible, apnear. appello, puli, pulsum, v. 8, to drive to, bring to lana. appello, V. 1, to address. applico, avi and ui, atum and itam, ▼. 1, to fasten, bring to. appono, posui, positum, v. 8, to place beside, to serve up b^ore. appropinquo, v. 1, to approach. apu-cal] VOCABULARY. 123 apud, pr«p., near, among, b^ore, aqua, ae, l'., water. aquila, ae, f., an eagle^ ara, ae, f., an altar, araneus, i, m., a mider. arbitror, atus, v. 1, dep., to think, arbor, oris, f., a tree. area, ae, f., a cJiest, architectus, i., m., an architect, arcus, U8, m., a bow. ardeo, rsi, rsum, v. 2, to bum. ardor, oris, ni., heat. arena, ae, f., sand. argentum, i, n., silver. anna, orum, n., arms, armiger, era, erum, a^j** weapon or armovr-bearing. annilla, ae, f., a bracelet, armo, y. 1, to arm, ars, artis, f., skill, art, profession, arte, adv., closely, articulus, i, m., a joint. artifez, ids, c, an artisan, (ars- facio.) artificinm, ii, n.^ a contrivance. artus, a, um, adj., dose, artus, num, m., the limhs. anindo, inis, f., a reed. arviun, i, n., an araJble Jield. arz, arcis, f., a citadel, ascendo, ndi, nsum, v. 3, to mount up. (ad-scando.) ascisco, ivi, itnin, ▼. 8, to adopt, ad- mit. asinus, i, m., an ass. aspectus, us, m., a view, appearance. asphaltus, i, m., bitumen. aspicio, ezi, ectum, v. 3, to behold. aspis, idis, f., a viper. asporto, v. 1, to carry away. asseutatio, onis, f.,y^^^er^. asto, stiti, y. 1, to stand by. astragalus, i, m., the anMe-bone. astruo, uzi, uctum, y. 3, to heap on. at, conj., but. atque, co^j., and. atroz, ocis, adj., Jierce, savage, terrible. attineo, tinui, tentum, y. 2, to reach to, r^erto. attingo, tigi, tactum, y. 3, to touch, (ad- tango.) attonitus, a, um, part, (attono), thun- derstruck. attrabo, zi, ctum, y. 3, to draw to. auctor, oris, m., an author, authority. auctoritas, atis, f.. authority. audacia, ae, f., boldness. fnidaz, acis, a^j., bold. audeo, ausus, y. 2, to dare. audio, iyi or ii^ itum, y. 4, to hear. aufero, abstuli, ablatum, auferre, v. 3, to carry of. (ab-fero.) aufugio, fu^, y. 8, tofiee away, augeo, auzi, auctum, y. 2, io tncrease. aureus, a, um, ad^.,poldm. auriferus, a, um, adj., gold-bearing. auris, is^ f., an ear. aurum, 1, n., gold. auspicium, ii, n., auspices, a sign, be- ginning, (avis-spicio.) aut, conj., vr, antem, coni., ojgain, but, note. auzilium, ii, n., h^p, in plur. auxUiarif forces. ayis, is, f., a bird, BeKsillus, i, n., a small roll. barba, ae, f., a beard, barbarus, a, um, a^j., barbarian, beatus, a, um, adj., happy. bellator, oris, m., a warrior. bellicosus, a, um, adj., warlike. bellicus, a, um, adj., tporlike. bellum, i, n., u>ar. belua, ae, f., a beast, monster. bene, ady., uxU. benigne, adv., kindly. bestia, ae, f., a beast. bibo, bXbi, y. 3, to drink. biceps, cipitis, ac^., toi^ two heads, (bis-caput.) bifariam, adv., in two parts, bini, ae, a, num., two by two, two each, bipes, edis, adj., two-footed. bis, num. adv., twice. bisulcus, a, um, adj., doven-footed. bos, bovis, c, an ox, bull, cow. bovinus, a, um, adj., of oxen. bracca, ae, f., a pair of breeches, brevis, e, acy., short. bubulus, a, um, adj., qfoxen. bustum, i, n., a tonw, CacTixnen, inis, n., a summit, cadaver, eris, n., a corpse. cado, ceddi, casum, v. 3, to fall. caecus, a, um, adi., blind. caedes, is, f. , a slaughter. caedo, cecidl, caesum, v. 3, to cut, beat, kill. caelestis, e, adj. , heavenly, caelum, i, n., the heavens, calami tas, atis, f., misfortune, damage, calceatus, a, um, part, (calceo), wea/niig shoes, shod. calceus, i, m., a shoe. cilidu^ 89 um, adj., hot. p calleo, y. 2, to be practised, slcUful in. 124 EASY LATIN STORIES. [CAL-COL calliciiw, s> uniy ady,skmod, eaperieneed. eaXU», is, m., a path. calor, oru, ul, neat. oXtom, s, vm, adj., &iU. camelns, i, m., a eamd. campos, i, m., a|i{atfi. caiuuii, u,m.,a channel. candidiit, a, nm, a4j., iciA»£e. canUy B,c.,a dog. eano, eecin^ cantom, Y.tgto wmg. cantos, OS, m., a mg. eapesao, ivi, itam, y. 3, <o jeise, take to. capilliis, i, m,, a Aotr. d^pio, oepl, captnm, t. 8, to aeixe, take. eapn^ei, pedis, adi., goat-footed. captiTos, a, am. Bay, prisoner. capai, iiis, il, a heaa.^ career, eris, m., a pri$onf in plnr. a caries — no gen. dat. or plnr., 1, rotten- ness. carmeD, inis, n., a song. caro, camis, f., fUsk. cams, a, um, adj., dear. casia, ae, f., cassia. castrum, i, n., a fort^ in plnr. a Asmp. casns, ns, m., a falling, aecidenL (cado.) Cauda, ae, f., a tail. caossa, ae, 1, a reason, cause. caveo, cavi, cantnm, y. 2, to guard against, decree, cavas, a, vm, adj., hollow. cedo, cessi, cessum, ▼. 8, to go, with- draw, retreat, turn out. celeber, bris, bre, adj., crowded, fa- mous, celebro, v. 1, tofrequmt, praise. celer, eris, e, adj., sio^t. celeritas, atis, f., swiftness, celeriter, adv., mdcJd/y. celo, ▼. 1, to Mae, censeo, ui, censum, v. 2, to think. centesimns, a, um, num. adj., hun- dredth, centum, num., a hundred, cerebrum, i, n., the brain, certamen, iuis, n., a contest, certe, adv., certainly, truly, cei'to, V. 1, to strive, certus, a, um, adj., /(reef, appointed, cervus, i, m., a stag. cesBo, V. 1, ^0 leave off. delay , ceterum, adv., notuntnstanding, ceterus, a, um, adj., ^Ae rest. cibus, i, m.,food, clngo, xi, nctum, v. 8, to surround. cingulum, i, n.. a belt, ' momum, i,n., cinnamon. 'I v. and prep., around, about. cirriter, adv. and pr^., aJbout^ near. drcoitiia, ns, m., a going round. drcnlos, i, m., a drde. dream, adv. uid prep., around, about. drcumcido, cidi, cismn, v. 3, to cut around, (drcom-caedo.) ciicomdo, dedi, datum, y. , to sur- round, wrap round. drcamdnoo, xi, ctam, y. ^ to draw around. circnmeo, ivi or ii, circuitum, v. 4, togoround. ctzcamfero, tali, latum, t. 3, irr^., to carry around. drcnmlino, Htnm, v. 3, to besmear. circnmnavigo, y.1, to sail round. drcumsedeo, edi, e8sam,v. 2,to blockade. circamvehor, vectos, v. 3, dep., to sail or ride round. dicnmvenio, veni, ventum, y. 4, to encompass, deceive. cista, ae, f., a box. cithara, ae, f., a lyre. cithaiista, ae, m., a player on the cithara. cite, adv., quickly. civis, is, c, a citizen. civitas, atis, f. . a state. clades, is, t, defeat, slaughter. clam, adv. and prep., secretly, without the knowledge of. clamo, V. 1, to call, shout. clamor, oris, m., a ^wut. claritas, atis, f., brightness, renown. clams, a, um, acy., Iright, renowned, classls, is, f., a jieet. claudo, si, sum, v. 3, to shtU. clava, ae, f., a club. clavis, is, f., a key. clipeus, i, m., a shield, coena, ae, f., a supper. coeno, V. 1, to sup. coercitoG, oris, m,,a ruler, cognosco, gnovi, gnitum, v. 8, to know. cogo, coegi, coactum, v. 8, to couipil, assemble, (cum-ago.) cobortor, v. 1, dep., to exhort, encour- age. cdllaudo, V. 1, to praise greatly, (cum- laudo.) coUigo, egi, ectum, v. 8, to bring to- oether, colloco, V. 1, to place, colloquium,«ii, n., a conversation. colloquor, cutus, v. 3, dep., to con- verse. colo, ut, cultnm, v. 3, to cultivate, attend to, worship. I color, oris, m., colour. col-con] VOCABULARY. "S columna, ae^ f., a pillar. coma, ae, f., hair, comedo^ edi, esum, y. 3, to eat up. comes, itis, a companion, (cnm, eo.) cominus, adv., close at hand, at dose quarters, (cum-manus.) commeatos, us, m., supplies, provision, a carrying over. commemoro, y. 1, torelatSf remember, commentrix, icis, f., a denser. commercium, ii, n., intercourse, trade, committo, mlsi, misaiim, y. 8, to unite, begin, ao, trust commodum, i, n., advantaae, profit. commodos, a, urn, adj., aSoantageous, oommoyeo, moyi, motam, y. 2, to dis- turb. commnnis, e, a^j.i /or comnum use, common, general, como, mpsi, mptum, y. 3, to adorn. comparo, y. 1, to make ready » compare, compello, y. 1, to address, oompes, edis, f., a fetter. eompleo, eyi, etum, y. 2, to fill up. comporto, y. 1, to bring together. compotatio, onis^ f., a drinking-bout. comprehendo, di, snm, y. 3, to catch hold of, understand. ooneedo, cesai, cessum, y. 3, togo awa^, graTit. ooncerto, y. 1, to contend, dispute. conddo, cidi, y. 3, to fail down, (cum- cado.) coiundo, ddi, dsiim, y. Z, to cut up, (cnm-caedo.) concilium, i, n., an assembly. concio, onis, f., an assembly, speech. concito, y. 1, freq., to stir up, rouse. concora, dis, adj., agreeing, united. concremo, y. 1, to burn up, concresco, eyi, etom, y. 8, to grow to- gether, increase, harden. conculco, y. 1, to trample on, concnrro, curri, coisum, y. 8, to run toaether. condemno, y. 1, to condemn. condimentum, i, n., a seasoning. oondio, iyi or ii, itum, y. 4, to pickle, conditio, onis, f., an agreement. condo, didi, ditum, y. 8, to found, build, bury. condaco, zi, ctum, y. 8, to hire. confero. tali, latum, y. 8, irreg., to brin^ togelker ; se conf. , to betake om^s-se^/. oeniestim, ady., suddenly. conficio, feci, fectnm, y. 8, to make, bring about, accomplish, destroy. GDnfido, fisus, y. 8, to trust. in, believe, oonflrmo, y. 1, to strengthen. confiteor, fessns, y. 2, dep., to acknow^ ledge. confligo, xi, ctum, y. 3, tofiing together, fight. contugio, ftigi, y. 3, to have reoourse to, fiy to. cougero, gessi, gestum^ y. 3^ to bring together, congredior, gressiu, to come together, fight, meeL (cum-gradior.) con^regOj, y. 1, to assemble. coniicio, led, iectum, to throw together, (com-iacio.) coniuro, y. 1, to conspire. Conor, atiis, y. 1, dep., to try, conacendo, di, sum, y. 8^ to embark, mount. conscribo, pal, ptiun, y. 8. to enroL consequor. secutus, v. 3, dep., to follow after, obtain. consero, send, sertum, y. 8, to join. consilinm, ii, n., apian, consolor, y. 1, dep., to soothe. conspectus, us, m., a vieU), conspergo, si, sum, y. 8, to sprinkle, conspicio, spexi, spectiun, y, 3, to be- constemo, y. 1, to dismay, constipo, y. 1, to press together. constituo, ui, utum, y. 8, to put together, determine, place, appoint, consto, stiti, statum, v. 1, to step, con- sist of. Impersonal, constat, it is well known. oonstringo, inxi, ictum, ¥. 3> to bind togetner, regain, catch, construo, uzi, uctum, V. 3, to heap up, make. consuetude, inis, f., custom. consulo, sului, sultum, y. 8, to consult, consulto, ady., on purpose. consumo, sumpsi, sumptum, y. 8, to use. up, destroy. consurgo, surrexi, surrectum, y. 8, to stand up, join in a rising. contemplor, y. 1, dep., to look at, con- sider. oontendo^ di,- turn, y. 8, to hculen, strive, oontentio, onis, f., a struggle, dispute. contentus, a, urn, adj.. content. contineo, ui, y. 2, to fiold together, re- strain. oontinens, entis, part, (contineo), bor- dering upoUf as substantiye, the main- land. contingo, tigi, tactum, y. 8, to touch, to happen to, come to pose. contmuo, ady. , forthwith, immediately. 126 EASY LATIN STORIES. [CON-DEI coiitinuiiB, a, um, adj., haildxng together, succeanve. contra, adv. and prep., over against, in T&gly, contrano, zi, ctom, y. S, to bring to- gether, form,. contrarius, a, um, adj., oppoeite. controversia, ae, f., a dispute, contiimolia, ae, f. , an insult. contumeliosus, a, um, adj., insulting. convenio, veni, ventum, v. 4, to eome together, to he a^eed upon, converto, ti, sum, v. 8, to turn to. conToco, Y. I, to call together. cooj>erio, mi, rtom, v. 4, to cover up. coorior, ortus, v. 4, dep., to arise, start. copia, ae, f., plenty, ]^lii. forces. copiosos, a, am, adj. , plentifuL ' coquo, xi, ctum, v. 3, to cook. coquus, i, m., a cook. coram, adv. and prep., in the presence of face to face. corbis, is, f., a basket, corium, ii, n., a hide. comu, us, n., a horn, wing {of an army). cornutus, a, um, adj., homed, corono, v. 1, tocroum. corpus, oris, n., a body. corripio, ripui, reptmu, v. 8, to seize, (cum-rapio.) cormmpo, rupi, mptum, to bribe, destroy. cothurnus, i, m. , a buskin. crassitudo, inis, f., thickn-ess. crassus, a, um, adj., thick* crater, eris, m., a bowl. Gratis, is, f., wickerwork. credo, didi, ditum, v. 8, to trust, be- lieve. cremo, v. 1, to bum, creta, ae^ f., chalk, crimen, inis, n., an aeeusation. crinitus, a, um, acy., long-haired, crocodilus, i, m., a crocodile, crudelis, e, adj., crueL cruor, oris, m., blood, eras, uris, n., a leg. crax, iicis. f., a cross. cubitum, i, n., ^ elbow, OiCubit, culex, icis, m., a mosquito, culter, tri, m. , a knife. cultura, ae, f., cultivation. cultus, us, m. , dress. cum, prep., toith. cunctus, a, um, adj., all. cuniculus, i, m., a miaie. cnpido, inis, f., desire. '^t ivi or ii, itum, v. 3, to desire. cupidus, a, um, adj., desirous, cur, adv., why. cura, ae, f., care. curia, ae, f., a senaJte-house, euro, y. 1, to care, attend to. curriculum, i, n., a ra4:e, chariot. curro, cucurri, cursum, v. 3, to run, currus, us, m., a chariot. cursus, us, m., a running, course, curvo, V. 1, to bend. cuspis, idis, f., a point. custodia, ae, f., a watching, guard, custodio, ivi or ii, itum, v. 4, to watch. custos, odis, c, a keeper, loatshman. cutis, is, f . , the skin. cymba, ae, f. , a boat, Damno, y. 1, to condemn, damnum, i, n., damage, loss. de, prep., dovmfrom, from, concemivg. dea, ae, f., a goddess. dealbo, v. 1, to whiten, debeo, ui, itum, v. 2, to owe. decern, num., tsn. decerao, crevi, cretum, v. 8, to decide, fight, decerto, y. 1, tofiaht out, decet, cuit, y.2,ttis seemly, behoves. decido, cidi, v. 2, to fall down, (de- cade.) d^imuB, a, um, num. a4j.« tenth, decipio, oepi, ceptum, v. 8, to deceive. declare, v. 1, to reveal, declare. dectmlK), cubui, v, Z, to Ue down, re- cline cU table. dedico, y. 1, to dedicate, offer. dedo, didi, ditum, y. 8, to give up, sur- render, defectio, onis, f . , a revolt defendo, di, sum, y. 8, to guard, pro- tea, defero, tuli, latum, y. 8, irreg., to bring down, report, bring to land. deflcio, feci, fectum, y. 8, to leave, re- volt from, fail, (de facio. ) definio, ivi, itnm, v. 4, to mark out dethiQ, xi, xum, y. 8, tofiow down. defodio, fodi, fossum, y. 3, to dig deep, or up. deformis, e, adj., ugly. deformitaa, atis, f., ugliness. defuneor, functus, v. 3, dep., to finish, perjorm. sdeglutio, v. 4, to steallow up. de^o, degi, v. 8, to spend time, live. dem, adv., then. deinceps, adv., in turn, next, (deia- canio. ) deinae, adv., then, 7iea± del-dom] VOCABULARY. 127 delahor, v. 3, dep., to slip, fall down. delecto, v. 1, to please. deleo, levi, letum, v. 2, to blot out. (de- lino.) delibero, v. 1, to reflect on^ conauU. deligo, legi, lectum, t. 8, to select. delphin, inis^ m., a dolphin. demitto, misi, missom, v. 8, to let down, dismiss. demonstro, y. 1, to show. demuni, adv., ai length. denique, adv., at length, lastly. dens, tis, m., a tooth. depasco, pavi, paetom, v. 8, to ea< aown, consume. depilo, y. 1, to pull out the hair. deploro, v. 1, to lament. depono, postli, positom, y. 3, to lay down. deprecor, y. 1, dep., to heg, pray against. depiendo or deprehendo, di, sum, y. 8, to lay hold qf, flnd. depngno, y. 1, toflghtout. derideo, risi, risum, v. 2, to laugh at, derive, v. 1, to divert. descendo, dl. Bum, v. 3, to descend. desero, rai, rtum, v. 3, to abandon. desilic, silui, sultum, v. 4, toleapdoum. desino, sivi or sii, itum, v. 8, to aban- don, cease. desipio, v. 3, to be foolish. desisto, stiti, stitum, y. 3, to desist Jrom. despondeo, di, sum, v. ^ to promise. destitno, ni, utum, y. 3, to <e^ eUnon, abandon^ deprive of desnm, fui, esse, y. irreg., to be want- ing. detergeo, si, sum, y. 2, to foipe off. detrsAO, xi, ctum, v. 8, topuu down, off, detrecto, y. 1, to rq/use, take away from. detrimentmn, i, n., loss. detmnco, v. 1, to behead, lop off. dens, i, m., a god. deveno, zi, ctum, v. 3, to carry down, taJee away. devinco, vici, victum, v. 3, to conquer entirely. devoro, v. 1, to swallow down. dexter, tera, terum, or tra, trum, adj., on the right hand, propitious. dextera or dextra, ae, f., the right hand, dico, xi, ctum, v. 8, to say. dictito, v. 1, fre(]|., to say often, repeat. difTero, distuli, dilatum, v. 3, to scatter, put off, be different. dimcilis, e, a^j., difficult. diguor, V. 1, to dee^n worthy. dignus, a, um, a4j.» toorthy. digressus, us, m. , a goina away. diligenter, adv., carefuMy. dimidiatus, a, um, adj., halved. dimidium, ii, n., the half. diminuo, v. 2, to destroy, lessen. dimitto, misi, missum, v. 3, to send different ways, to abandon. dirae, arum, f., curses. dirimo, emi, emptum, v. 3, to separate, decide, disturo, destroy. diripio, ui, reptum, y. 3, to toor to pieces, pltmaier. dirus, a, um, a4j.» aw/tU. discedo, cessi, cessum, v. 3, to go away. disceptatio, onis, f., a dispute, decision, discepto, v. 1, to decide, discuss. discindo, sddi, scissum, v. 3, to tear asunder. disciplina, ae, f., ddscysline, training, disco, didici, v. 3, to team. discors, cordis, adj., disagreeing, itn^ like. discrimen, inis, n., a difference, turning' point, risk. discumlx), cubui, cubitum, v. 3, to re- cline at table. discurro, cucurri and curri, cnrsum, y. 8, to run about. displiceo, ui, itum, v. 2, to displease. dispone, posui, positum, v. 8, to or- range, aistribute. disrumpo, rnpi, ruptum, v. 8, to break up. disseco, ui, ctum, Y.,tocyt up. dissimulo, v. 1, to dissemMe, duigruise. dissolvo, solvi, solutum, y. 3, to sepa- rate, destroy. dissuadeo, si, sum, y. 2, to dissuade. distorqueo, torsi, tortum, y. 2, to turn different ways. distribuo, ui, utum, y. 3, to divide. dito, v. 1, to (nrich. diu, adv., for a long time. diumus, a, um, adj., of the day, daily, diversus, a, um, adj., different. dives, itis, adj., rich. divido, si, sum, v. 8, to divide. divinus, a, um, a4j., godlike, from the gods. divitiae, arum, f., riches. do, dedi, datum, v. 1, to give. doceo, cui, ctum, v. 2, to teach, show. doleo, ui, itum, y. 2, to suffer pain, grtevefor. dofor, oris, m., grief. dolosus, a, um, adj., deceUfvl, dolus, i, n., a trick. domesticus, a, um, adj., hofnelv. do- mestic. 123 EASY LATIN STORIES. [dom-exc dominor, y. 1, dep., to rule, dominus, i, m., a lord, domiiB, us, f., a house, donee, conj., aa long cbs, until, dono, V. 1, to present vnth, give, donum, i,n., a gift, dorcas, adis, f., a gazelle, donnio, ivi or ii, itnm, v. 4, to sletgx dorsnm, i,n., a back, drachma, ae, t, a drachm (a emaU coin). drama, atis, n., a play, dubito, v. 1, to doubt. dnceni, ae, a^ num. a4j.> two hundred ecuih, duco, xi, ctum, v. 3, to leaa, coneider. dum, co^., while f untiL dao, ae, o, num., two. duplex, ids, adj., double, entfiy, duplo, adv., by twice as mucA. durities, d, f., hardness. dux, dudH, o.,a leader, guide, B, ex, prep., out of, from, by, ebrius, a, um, adj., drunk. edico, xi, ctum, v. S, to give otU, edictum, i, n., a proclamation. edo, didi, ditum. y. S, to utter , produce, commit, tell, do, edo, edi, esum, y. 8, to eat, edooeo, cui, ctum, y, 2, to teach thor- oughly. educo, y. 1, to bring up, educo, xi. dium, y. 8, to lead out. eifatum, i, n., a sa/yvng, (e-farL) effero, extuli, datum, y. irreg., io brimg forth, raise, effenresoo, feryi,'y. 3, incep., to boil up, effido, feci, fectum, y. 8, to work out, complete^ effect, ef&ngo, finxi, Actum, y. 8, to fashion. efflo, y. 1, to breathe out, effluo, xi, y. 8, to Jlow forth, e£fbdio, fodi, fossum, v. 3, to dig out, effugio, fuel, y. 3, to escape, effulgeo, 81, y. 2, to shine forth, effundq, fudi, fnsum, to pour forth, scatter. egeo, ui, y. 2, to need, suffer want. ego,pron., f, egredior, greBSus, y. 8, dep., to go or come out, land. dido, ieci, iectum, y. 8, to throw out. elabor, lapsus, y. 8, dep., to slip away, dephantus, i, m , an eie^hamt, eligo, legi^ Iectum, y. 8^ to pick ouL emer^, si, sum, y. 8, tfi come up, emetioT, mensus, y. 4, dep., to measure out, traverse. emineo, ni, y. 2, to stand out, project, be conspicuous. eminus, ady., from a distance, (e-manus.) emitto, misi, missum, y. 8, to send forth, emo, emi, emptum, y. 8, to buy, enascor, stus, y. 8, dep., to be bom, grow out of, enim, coi^.,/or. eo, ady., thuher, ephorus, i, m , a Spaaian magistrate, epulae, arum, f., afea^t. epulor, y. 1, dep., to feast, equa, ae, f., a mare. eques, itis, m., a horseman. equester, tris, tre, a^j., cavalry, equidem, ady., truly, equinus, a, um, ad^., of horses. equitatus, us, m., caoalry. equus, i, m., a horse, erga, prep., touxurds. er^ro, ady., wherefore, ther^ore, engo, rexi, rectum, y. 8, to raise up, rear, exdte, eripio, ripui, reptum, y. 8, to snatch away. error, oris, m., a roandering, mistake. erumpo, rupi, ruptum, y. 8, to burst forth, esca, ae, f., a bait. escnlentus, a,um, a^j., edible, essedarius, i, m., a charioteer, et, co^j., cmd, both, also, even, etenim, coxg.,/or. etiam, coig., also, too, eyado, si, sum, y. 8, to turn out, to escapefroTA, eyanesco, nui, y. 8, incep., to disap pear, eyeho, yexi, yectum, y. 3, to carry out, eyentus, us, m., a result, event, everto, ti, sum, y. 8, to overthrow, eyoco, y. 1, to call out, evolo, y. 1, to fly forth, examen, inis, n., asuform, (ex-agmen.) exaudio, iyi or H, itum, y. 4, to hour plaiwy, excedo, cessi, cessum, y. 8, to ^ out, exddium, i. n., <26»^ru<:^ton. (ex-caedo.) exddo, ddi, y. 8, to fall out, lose, (ez- cado.) excido, ddi, cisum, y. 8, to cut out or of, (ex-caedo.) excipio, cepi, ceptnm, y. 8, to except, succeed, receive, (ex-capio.) exdto, y. 1, to bring out, raise, arouse, exdomo, y. 1, to caU out, exfludo, si, sum, y. 3, to shut out, hatch, prevent, (ex-claudo.< exc-fil] VOCABULARY. 129 excogitOj V. 1^ to think out, excorio, v. 1, to thin, excatio, cussi, cussum, y. 3, to shake out or off, ezedra, ae, f., a hall* exempluin, i. n., an example, exeo, ivi or ii, itum, v. 3, to come or go out, perUhy to be fulfilled, exerceo, oi, itnm, v. 2, to work tho^ roughly, drill, practise, exercitatio, onis, f., exercise, practice, exercitus, us, m., an army, exhaurio, hausi, haustum, v. 4, to draw out, empty, tmdergo. exhibeo, ui, itum, v. 2, to hold out, diS' j^la,y, exercise, (ez-habeo.) exigo, egi, actum, v. 3, to complete, drive away. exiguus, a, uin, adj:, small. eximiuSi a^ urn, adj., splendid, eximo, emi, emptum, v. 3, to take away, exinde, adv. , thence, afterthat, ther^ore, existimo, t. 1, to think. exttimn, ii, n., ruin, exkus, us, m., a going out, result, expeditio, ouis, f., an enterprise, cam- paion, expello, puli, pulsum, v. 8, to drive out, expergefacio, feci, factum, y. 8, to awaken, ezpergiscor, perrectus, ▼. 8, dep., to aufoke, expio, V. 1, to make sati^actton, to purify, expleo, evi, etum, ▼. 2. toJiU up, expllco, y. 1, to unfold, deploy, explore, V, 1. to search out, ascertain. expoDO, posui, positum, y. 3, to set out, display, disembark. exporto, y. 1, to carry out. exprobratio, onis, f . , an upbraiding. exprobro, v. 1, to wpbraia. expugnatio, onis, f,, a storming, ezpugno, y. 1, to take by storm, expurgo, y. 1, to dean out, pv/ripu, exsequor, cutus, y. 8, dep., to fmow to the ena, carry out. exsilio, silui, y. 4, to staH out or up. exsisto, stiti, stitum, y. 3, to come forth, be visible. exspecto, y. 1, to await, wait, exspolio, y. 1, to plunder thoroughly. exstinguo^ nxi, nctnm, y. 8, to put out, exsto, y. 1, to stand out, be visible, exsul, ulis, c, a banished person, exsulo, y.,to live in banishment, exta, onutt, n., the entrails, extendo, di, tum, and sum, y. 8, to s^areadout. exterreo, ui, itum, y. 2, to frighten thoroughly. exterior. See follotoing, exterus, a, um^ adj., on the outside, extra, ady. and prep., without. extnmo, xi, ctum, y. 8, to draw out, release, prolong, extremns, a, um, a^J.j l<ist, furthest, (superlative of exterus.) extrorsus, adv., outside. Faba* ae, f., a bean. faber. bri, m., a smith, carpenter. facies, ei, f., a face, facile, adv., easily, facilis, e, adj., ea^, facinus, oris, n., a deed, crime, facio, feci, factum, y. 3, to make, do, offer; magni facere, to value highly. factum, L n., a deed. faex, faeds, f., dreps. falx, falcis. f., a sickle, bill. fama, ae, i., a r^ort, story, fames, is, f., hMnqer, familia, ae, f., afamUy, familiaris, e, acg.> domestic, intimate, private. famulus, i, m., a slave. fas, u,, indeclinable, righl, fastus, us, m., pride. fatidicus, a, um, adj., projahstic. faustus, a, um, ad}., propitious, favour^ able, (fayeo.) faux, usually in plwr,, fauces, ium, f., the throat, a pass. fayeo, favi, fautum, y. 2, to favour, fa^*us, 1, m., a honey-comb. fecundus, a, um, 2A}.,fruitftd, felicitas, atis, f., happiness, feliciter, adv., happuy, feles, is, f., a cat felix, icis, adj., happy. femina, ae, f., a woman, female, femur, oris, n., the thipk. fen, ae, f., a teild animal. fere, ady. . nearly, usually, ferio, v. 4, to strike, fero, tuli, latum, y. 3, irreg., to bear, report. ferreus, a, um, ad^., iron. ferrum, i, n., iron. ferus, a um, adj., wild. ferveo, yui, y. 2, to boil. ficus, i, f. a Jig-tree. fides, ei, f., trust, promise. fidelis, e, my, faithful. figura, ae, f., a shape. fllia. ae, f., a daughter. filioia, ae, f., a lUtU davghtefn 130 EASY LATIN STORIES. [fil-hor iilius, i or ii, m.f a ton. finis, is, m., an end, boundary, finitimus, a, nm, a/Si^., bordering on, neighbouring, fio, factus sum, fieri, v. 8, dep., to become, firmus, a. um, adj., stad^ast, immovable. flagito, y. 1, freq., to ask qften, fiagellum^ i, n., a whip, flagrum, i, n, a whip. flamma, ae, f., flame, Jlre, floreo, ui, v. 2, to bloom, flourish. flumen, iiiis, n., a river. fluo, zi, xum, V. 3, to flow, fluTius, ii, m., a river. fodio, fodi, fossum, v. 3, to dig, foedus, eris, n., a treaty. for, fatus, y. 1, dep., to speak, fores, um, f., a door. forma, ae, f., shape, beauty, formica, ae, f., an ant. formosus, a, um, adj., beauti/uL forte, adv., by chance. forti<<, e. adj., stronq, brave, fortiter, adv., bravely. fortitudo, inis, f., covrage, fortuna, ae, t., fortune. forum, i, n., a marketplace, fossa, ae, f., a ditch. fragor, oris, m., a crash. frango, fregi, fractum, v. 3, to break, f rater, tris, m., a brother. frenum, i,n., a bit, reins. fnictus, us, m., produce, fruU, frumentum, i, n., com. fruor, fructuB and fruitus, v. 8, dep., to enjoy. frustra, adv., in vain. frustro, v. 1, to disappoint, frustum, i, n., a morsel. fruticefcum, i, n., a shrubbery, fuga, ae, i., flight. fugio, fugi, fugitum, v. 3, to fly, escape. fugo, v. I, topnU to fight. fulmen, inis, n., a thunderbolt, fumus, i, m.. smoke. funalis, e, a4j., attached to a cord. fundo, fndi. fusum, v. 3, to pour, de- feat, shea. fungor, functus, v. 8, dep., to perform/ fato fungi, to meet ones end. funis, is, m., a rope. funus, eris, n., a funeral, death, fur, furis, c, a thi^. fnro, ui, y. 3, to be mad, to rage, furor, oris, m., madness, QaMdeo, gavisns, v. 2, dep., to rqfoice. iremellus, a, um, adj., tvnn. UxB, us, m.,a groaning. gemo, ui, itnm, v. 3, to groan, gena, ae,f., the cheek. gener, eri, m., a son-inlaw. generatio, onis, f., agenenttion, gens, gentis, f., a race, genu, us, n., a knee. genus, eris, n., descent, race, gero, gessi, gestum, v. 3, to carry on, gesticulor, v. 1, dep., to act in parUo* mtme, gesto, V. 1, freq., to carry, wear, gigas, antis, m., a giant, gladius, ii, m., a sword. gloria, ae, f., renoton, glory, gnarus, a, um, adj., skilled, gradior, gressus, v. 3, dep., to go, grandis, e, adj., large ; g. natu, old, granum, 1, n., a grain, seed. grassor, v. 1, dep.*, to go about, to rage. gratificor, y. 1, aep., to please, gratia, ae, f., gratitude, gratis, adv., ^^ nothing. gravis, e, a^j., heavy, unpleasant. graviter, heavily; g. ferre, to be angry. grus, gruis, c, a crane. gryps, grjphis, m., a griffin. gymnasium, ii, n., a gymnoMum, school, gymnasticus, a, um, a4j., gymnastic, Habeo, ui, itum, v. 2, to have, hold. habito, v. 1, to inhabit, habitus, us, m., appearance, dress. hactenns, adv., so far, haereo, haesi, haesum, y. 2, to stick, hamus, i, m., a hook. haruspez, icis, m., a soothsayer. hasta, ae, f., a spear, hand, adv., not. haurio^ hausi, haustum, t. 4, to draw, dram, heros, bis, m., a hero. hiatus.us, m., an opening. hibemus, a, um, a^j., wintry, hie, adv., here, hie, haec, hoc, pron., this, hicce, haecce, hocce, pron., ihiSm hiems, emis, f., the winter, Hilota, ae, m., a Helot, hinc, adv., hence, hio, V. 1, to gape. hippopotamus, i, the hippopotamus. hiinido, inis, f., a leech. hodie, adv., to-day. homo, inis, c, a human being. honestus, a, um, adj., honottrable, honor, oris, m., glory, respect, honoro, v. 1, to pay respect to, hora, ae, f., an hour. horror, oris, m., terror. hos-ing] VOCABULARY. 131 hospes, itis, c, a guest, host, stranger. hospitium, ii, n., hospUalUy, friendship. hostia, ae, f., a mctim. hostilis, e, adj., hostile, hostis, is, c, an enemy. hue, adv. hither. huiusiDodi, of this kind. humerus, i, m., the shoulder, hunio, V. 1, to }ywry. humor, oris, m., moisture, humus, iy f., the ground. hydra, ae^ f., a VKUer-snaJee. laceo, cui, citum, y. 2, to lie, iactator, oris, m., a boaster. iactura, ae, f., loss, a throwing over- hoard. iactus, us, m., a cast. iaculum, i, n., a javelin, iam, adv., «ow, already. iaiiitor, oris, m., a gaoler, doorkeeper. ianua, ae, f., a door. ibi, adv., there. ibidem, adv. , in the same place, ibis, is, and idis, f., the ibis. ichneumon, onis, m., the ichneumon, too, ici, ictum, v. 3, to strike. idem, eadem', idem, pron., the sam>e. idoneus, a, um, adj., proper, suitaMe, igitur, adv., therefore, ignarus, a, um, adj., ignorant, ignis, is, m.,Jire. igiiosco, novi, notum, v. 8, to pardon, ignotus, a, um, adj., unknoton. illaesus, a, um, adj., unhurt. ille, a, Ulud, pron., he, she, it. illido, si, sum, v. 3. to dash c^ainst. (in-laedo.) illucesco, luxi, v. 8, incep., to grow light, dawn. illustris, 6, adj., distinguis?ied, imber, bris, m., rain. immanlB, e, adj., huge, savage. immensus, a, um, adj., huge, (in-metior.) immineo, v. 2, to overhang, immolo, v. 1, to sa<ynfice. immortalis, e, adj., immortal, immotus, a, um, adj., immovable, impatiens, entis, adj., impatient. impedimentum, 1, n., an obstacle; in plur., baggage. impedio, ivi or ii, itum, v. 4, to hinder. imperator, oris, m., a general. imperium, ii, n., command, rule, impero, v. 1, to order, command. impetro, v. 1, to obtain by asking, impetus, us, m., a charge, force. impingo, pegi, pactum, v. 3, to dash against. implico, V. 1, to erUangle. impono, posui, positum, v. 3, to place upon. importo, v. 1, to hina in. improvisus, a, um, adj., unexpected. imprudens, entis, adj., unaware, (in- providens.) impudens, entis, adj., shameless. impune, adv., safely, (in-punio.) imus, a, um, adj., bottom, lowest. See inferus. in, prep., in, into, against, inaures, ium, f., earrings, inauro, y.l, to gild. incendium, ii, n., a burning. incendo, di, sum, v. 3, to kindle, bum, inceptum, i, n., an undertaking. incertus, a, um, adj., un^rtain. incido, cidi, casum, v. 3, to fall upon, happen, occur, fall in with. incipio, cepi, ceptum, v. 3, to begin. includo, si, sum, v. 3, to shut in, (in- claudo.) incola, ae, c, an inhabitant, incolo, lui, v. 3, to inhabit, incolnmiSj e, adj., safe. incredibilis, e, adj. , incredible. increpo, ui, itum, v. 1, to reproach. incurro, curri, cursum, v. 3, to rush upon, fall into J incur. incutio, cussi, cussum, v. 3, to strike upon, produce, inspire wUh, indago, v. 1, to trace. inde, adv., thence. indico, v. 1, to point out. indigena, ae, adj., naiive. indignor, v. 1, dep., to consider un- worthy, to be angry. indignus, a, um, aaj., unworthy, indoles, is, f., disposition. induco, zi, ctum, v. 3, to induce, induo, ui, utum, v. 3, to put on, industria, ae, f., diligence. inebriatus, a, um, part, (inebrio), drunken. ineo, ivi and ii, itum, v. 4, to enter, adopt. infelix, icis, &d}., unhappy, unfortunate. infensus, a, um, adj., ^stUe. infercio, si, sum, v. 4, to stuff into. (in-farcio.) infero, intuli, illatum, v. irreg., to brin^ in, wage, inflict. inferus, a, um, adj., low. infligo, ixi, ictum, v. 3, to strike upon, inflict. infundo, fudi, fusum, v. 3, to pour in. ingenium, ii, n., disposition, talents. ingens, tis, adj., immense. 132 EASY LATIN STORIES. [iNG-IUD logero, gessi, gestnm, t. 3, to carry in, neap on. ingredior, gressus, y. 3, dep., to enter, ingnio, ni, V. 3, to assail, come on, innonestns, a, nm, a4j.> dtskonourdble. iniicio, ieci, ectum, v. 3, to throw in, inspire, (in-iacio.) immicns, a, nm, adi., hostile, iniquus, a, um, a^j., disadvantageous, unfair, (in-aenaus.) initinin, ii, il, a beginning, iniaria, ae, f., a hurt, injury, iniuriosus, a, urn, f.^ torongful, hwrtfuL iniustas, a, urn, sA., unfavr, innitor, nixas, v. 8, oep., to rest upon, innnmerabilis, e, aidj., eovnUess, in^uam, v. d^ect., to say. insanus, a, nm, adj., mad, insequor, cutas, t. 8, dep., tofoUow, insero, serui, sertom, t. 3, to introduce, insero, seyi, sitnm, y. 3, to implant^ ingraft, insidior, y. 1, dep., to lie in wait for. insilio, ui, y. 4, to leap into, insinuOi y. 1, to winaone*s way into. insisto, stiti, y. 3, to enter upon, pwrsue. insomnia, e, adj., sleepless, insomninm, ii, n., a dream, vision, iuspicio, exi, ectum, y. 3, to examine, instemo, strayi, stratum, y. 3, to spread uj^on^ strew, instinctus, us, m., an im^ndse, institutum, i, n., an ordinance, instituo, ui, utum, y. 3, to begin, ordain, insto, stiti, y. 1, to approach, attack, beg earnestly. instrumentum, i, n., a tooL instruo, zi, ctum, y. 3, to draw up, equip, provide toith, prepare, insula, ae, f., an island. insum, y. irreg., to be in. insuper, adv., moreover, above. insuperabilis, e, adj., unconquerttbi^. insurgo, surrezi, surrectum, y. 3, to rise upon. insurrectio, onis, f.^ a rising, intactus, a, um, adj., untouched, integer, gra, ^ram, adj., whole, unhurt, intelligo, lezi, lectnm, y. 3, to perceive, understand, inter, prep., between, among, intercedo, cessi, cessum, y. 3, to go or come between, inter/ere with. intercipio, cepi, ceptum, y. 8, to cut of. interdiu, adv., by day, interdam, adv., sometimes, interea, adv., meanwhile. intereo, ivi or ii, itum, v. 4, to expire, verish. interficio, fenA, fectom, y. 8, to kUl, interiicio, ieci, iectum, y. 3, to throw between, interpose, (inter-iacio.) interim, ady., meanwhile. interimo, emi, emptum, or emtum, V. 3, to destroy. intermitto, misi, missnm, y. 3, to put between, suffer to elapse, lay asuie. intemoeco, novi, notum, y. 3, to discern, distinguish. interpono, posui, positum, t. 3, to place between. interpres, etis, c, an interpreter, interpretatio, onis, f., an expUmatUm, interpretation, interpreter, y. 1, to explain, interrogo, y. 1, to question. interyallnm, i, n., a space between, in- terval. intervenio, yeni, yentum, y. 4, to come between, come in. intra, adv. and prep., within, intro, y. 1, to enter. introduco, zi, ctum, y. 3, to lead or bring in. introeo, ivi or ii, itum, y. 4, to enter, introitus, us, m., an entry. introrsus, adv., vnthin, invmrds, intus, adv., wUhin, inungo, nzi, nctum, y. 8, to anoint^ smear, inuro, ussi, nstum, y. 8, to bum in. invado, si, sum, y. 3, to enter, attack, invenio, yeni, yentum, y. 4, tojhid, invicem, adv., in turn. invictus, a, um, ady., unconquered, invidus, a, um. adi., envious, invito, y. 1, to entertain, summon, invitus, a, um, adj., unwilling, ipse, a, um, pron., himself, herself, it- self, ira, ae, f., a^ger. irascor, iratus, v. 8, dep., to be angry. irrideo, risi, risum, y. 3, to laugh at. irrumpo, rupi, ruptum, y. 3, to l>reak into. irruo, ui, y. 3, to charae, is, ea, id, pron., he, she, it. iste, a, ad, pron., that, yonder^ isthmus, i, m., an isthmus, ita, adv., thus. itaque, coig., and so, ther^ore. item, adv. , just so, also. iter, itineris, n., a journey, way, iterum, adv., again, iuba, ae, f., a name, iubeo, iussi, iussum, y. 2, to order, index, ids, m., ojiidge, iudico, V. 1, to judge. lUG-MANj VOCABULARY. 133 iugulo, ▼. 1| to day. iagum, 1, n., a yoke. iumentum, i, xl, a beast of burden, iango, nzi^ nctuin, v. 3, to join, cross, yoke, iu8, iuris, n.) Jyroth, juice, iu8| iuris, n., law^ right, iasiurandum, iurisiorandi, n., an oath, Labo, y. 1, to totter, labor, psus, v. 3, dep., to glide, fall, labor, oris, m., toU, lac, lactis, n., milk, lacer, era, erum, adj., torn, lacero, v. 1, to teary assail, lacerta, ae, f., a lizard. lacesso, ivi or ii, itum, v. 3, to provoke, excite, ivfest, lacrima, ae, f., a tear, lacus, us, m., a lake. laedo, si, sum, v. 3, to injwre, wound, laevus, a, um, adj., l^t, wdiuiky, lamentum, i, u., a lameTUation, lana,ae, f., wool, lancea, ae, f., a spear, lapideus, a, um, adj., of stone, lapis, idis, m., a stone, laqueus, 1, m., a noose, lateo, ui, v. 2, to lie concealed, latro, onis, m., arolber,pirale, latus, eris, n., the side. latus, a, um, adj., broad, laudo, V. 1, to praise. lautus, a^ um, adj., dainty, (l&vo.) lavo, lavi, lotum, v. 1, to vxLsh, lebes, etis, m., a ketHe. lectulus, i, m., a couch, legatus, i, m., an ambassador ^ envoy, lego, legi, lectum, y. 8., to choose, read. lenis, e, adj., gentle, leo, onis, m., a lion, lepus, oris, m., a ha/re, lex, legis, f., a law. libamen, inis, n., an offering, liber, era, erum, adj.,yrce. liberalis, e. adj., generous, libero, v. 1, to set free, libertas, atis, f,, freedom, licet, uit, y. 2, impers., it is lawful, ligueus, a, um, adj., wooden, lignum, i, n., a log, lingo, nxi, nctum, y. 8, to lick up, lingua, ae, f., the tongue, linum, i, n.,flax. liquor, oris, m., liquor. litera, ae, f., a letter of the alphabet, in plur. a letter. lito, v. 1, to obtain favourable auspices, eacrijice. litus, oris, n., t?ie shore, loco, y. 1, to place. locus, i. m., a place, longe, adv., /ar of, by far, long, longitudo, inis, f., length, longus, a, um, adj., long, loquor, locutus, sum, y. 3, dep., to specik, lonca, ae, f., a breastplate. lubens, part, (libet)^ wiUing, lubenter, adv., vnllingly. lucema, ae, f., a lamp. luctus, us, m., gri^, mourning, lucus, 1, m., a grove, ludo, si, sum, y. 3, to play. Indus, 1, play, in plur., public games. lumbus, 1. m.. tJie loins, luna, ae, f. , tne moon, lupus, 1, m., a too^, lustro, y. 1, to remew, Intum, i, n., mud, lux, ucis, f., liaht. luxo, y. 1, to dislocate. Maoeria, ae, f., a stons toaU. machina, ae, f., a inachine, contrivance, machinamentnm, i, n., a contrivan>ce. machinor, y. 1, dep., to contrive, invent, plot, macto, y. 1, to slay, maereo, v. 2. to mourn, magnifice, adv., splendidly. magnificentia, ae, f., splendowr. magnificus, a, um, adj., splendid, magnitude, inis, f., size. magnopere, adv., areaUy, magnus, a, um, 9Ay,preait, magus, i, m., a Majgvam, . male, adv., badly. maledictum, i, n., abuse, malefactum, i, n., a crime. maleficus, a. um, adj., wicked, noxious, malo, malui, malle, v. irreg., to wish rather^ prefer, (magis-vofo. ) malum, 1, n., an apple, fruit, malum, punicum, 1, n., the pomegranate, mains, a, um, adj., bold, mancipium, ii, a slave,property, (manus- capio.) mandatum, i, n., a commcmd. mando, v. 1, to order, commit. mane, adv. , in the morning, maneo, mansi, mansum, v. 2, to wait, await. manicatus, a, um, adj. , toith long sleeves. manifestus, a, um, adj., evident. manipulus, i, m., a company. mansuefacio, feci, factum, v. 8, to tame. mantile, is, u., a cloth. 13^ EASY LATIN STORIES. [man-nat mantiSj us, f,, a hand, band of men. mare, is, n., the sea. roariniu, a, tun, a^j., eea, marine. marita, vnfej -tiu, hudxind. marmor, oris, il, marble, the surface of the sea. mas, maris, m., a male. massa, ae, f*. a lump. mater, tris, i., a mother. materies, ei, t, timber, matter. matrimoninm, ii, n., marriage. maturo, v. 1, to haMen. matums, a, nm, adj., ripe. maxilla, ae, f., the jaw. medicamentum, i, n., a drug, medlcns, i, m., a physician. medicns, a, nm, adj., medical. meditor, y. 1, dap. , to study, design. medius, a, nm, ailj., middle. mel, lis, n., honey. membrum, i, n., a limb. memini, isse, v. defect., to remember. memorabilis, e, adj., remarkable. memoria, ae, f., memory. memoro, v. 1, to remind of, speak of. mens, mentis, f., t?ie mind, indention. mensa, ae, f., a taUe. mensis, is, m., a month. menstmns, a, nm, adj., monthly, mensura, ae, f., a fneamre. mentio, onis, f., mention. mentior, itns, v. 4, to lie, cotmterfeU. mercator, oris, m. , a trader. merces, edis, f., hire, revxtrd. mercor, v. 1, dep., to trade. mereo, ni, itum, v. 2, to earn, de- •mereor, itns, v. 2, dep. f serve. meridies, ei, f., mid-day, the south (medius-dies.) merito, adv., deservedly. meritnm, i, n., desert. memm, i, n., vnmioced wine. merx, cis, f., goods, merchandise. metallnm, i, n., a metal, mine. meto, messui, messnm, v. 3, to reap, mow. metno, ni, ntnm, v. 8, to fear. metns, ns, m.,fear. mens, a, nm, adj., mine. miles, itis, c, a soldier. militaris, e, adj., military. mille, indeclinable adj., a thousand. millia, ium, n., a thousand. mina, ae, f., a mina, about £4. minae, arum, f. , threats. minister, tra, tmm, adj. as substan- tive, an in,ferior, servant. •^^ ii, n., vermilion. . 1, dep. , to threaten. mirabilis, e, adj., wmderful. miror, v. 1, dep., to wonder at mims, a, nm, adj-j wonderful. misceo, miseni, mistnm or miztnm, V. 2, to mix, intermingle. miser, era, emm, adj., wretched. misere, adv., wretchedly. mitis, e, adj., gentle, humane. mitto, misi, missum, v. 8, to send. modo, adv., only. modulus, i, TIL, a measure. modus, i, m., a limit, manner, measure. moenia, ium, n., toum walls. moles, is, fc, a mass, weight. molestia, ae, f., trouble, annoyance. molestus, a, nm, adj., troublesome. molior, itns, v. 4, dep., to strive, con- struct, effect, plan. mollio, ivi and ii, itum, y. i, to soften. moneo, ni, itum, v. 2, to warn, advise. monitum, i, jl, a wamiitg. mons, tis, m., a mountain. monstro, v. 1, to show. monumentum, 1, n., a record, monu- miCnt. mora, ae, f., delay. morbus, i, m., a disease. mordeo, momordi, morsum, v. 2, to bUe. morior, mortnus, v. 8, dep., to die. mors, tis, f.,*deaih. mos, moris, m., manner, custom; m plur., manners. moveo, movi, motum, v. 2, to move, mox, adv., soon. mnla, ae, f . , a she-mule. mnlier, eris, f., a unmian. multa, ae, f., a penalty, fine. multitudo, inis, f., a multitude. mnlto, V. 1, to fine. mnltus, a, nm, adj., mwih, many. mulus, i, m., a mule. mundns, i, m., the universe. munio, ivi or u, itum, ▼. 4, to for^y- mnnns, eris, n., a duty, office, gift' mums, i, m., a wall. mus, mnris, c, a mouse. mutilo, V. 1, to maim. mntilus, a, nm, adj., maimea. mnto, V. 1, to change. myrrha, ae, f., myrrh. myrtus, i, f., * myrtle. Nam, con]., for. nanciscor, nactns, v. 8, dep., to find. nans, is, f., a nostril. narro, v. 1, to relate. nascor, natus, v. 3, dep. , to he bom, grow. nasus, 1, m., a nose. natura, ae, f., nature. NAU-ODOj VOCABULARY. 135 nauta, ae, m.^ a sailor, navalis, e, adj., navctl, navigium, ii, n., a vessel, navigo, v. 1, to sail, navis, is, f., a ship. nS, interrogative particle. ne, conj., lest. nee, neither^ nor, neco, y. 1, to slay, nefarius, a, um, adj., toiched, nefas, indeclinable sabst. n., Vfrofi^, negligo, exi, ectum, v. 8, to negleU, nego, V. l/to deny, negotior, v. 1, dep., to trade, negotium, ii, n., ousiness. nemo, ace., neminem, m. and f., no one, (ne-homo.) nempe, conj., certainly . for ^ namely, nequam, indeclinable adj., viicked, neque. See noc. nequidem, conj., not even. nequitia, ae, f., wickedness. nescio, ivi or ii, itum, v. 4, not to know. nidus, i, m., a nest. niger, gra, gnim, adj., Uaek, ^Jj * indeclinable n., nothing, nihiloniinus, adv., no less, notwith- standing. uiniis, adv., too, too much. nimium, adv., toOy too much. nimius, a, nm, a^j-i excessive, nisi, conj., if not, unless, except, nix, nivis, f., snx>w. nobilis, e, adj., weU-bom, distinguished. noceo, cui, citum, v. 2, to imQwre, noctu, adv. , hy night. noctua, ae, f., an owl, nodosus, a, um, adj., knotty, nolo, noloi, nolle, v. irreg., to he un- willing. nomas, adis, c, pasturing flocks, a wandeH/ng people. nomen, inis, n., a name. nominatim, adv., by name, nomino, v. 1, to nawA, non, adv., not, nonaginta, num., ninety, nonnnllus, a um, adj., som^, nonus, a, um, a^j.) ninth, nosco, novi, notum, v. 8, to know, nosmet, pron., ourselves. noster, tra, trum, a^j.f our, notitia, ae, f., knowledge, novacula, ae, f., a razor, novem, num., nine. novies, num. adv., nine timee. novus, a, um. ac^j., new, nox, noctis, i., night. nubo, psi, ptum, v. 8, to marry, nucleus, i, m., a kernel, nudo, V. ,to strip, nuUus, a, ura, adj., none. numen, inis, n., the divine will or power. numerus, 1, m., a number, nunc, adv., now. nun(]^uam, adv., newer. nuntio, v. 1, to report, announce, nuntius, ii, m. , a messenger, nuper, adv., lately. nus^uam, adv., nowhere, nutnx, icis, f., a nurse, Ob, prep. , on account of. obambulo, v. 1, to walk aibout. obdormio, ivi, and ii, itum, v. 4, to fall asleep. obduco, xi, ctum, v. 8, to draw over, cover. obex, icis, c, a bolt, barrier. oblino, levi, litum, v. 3, to daub over, besmear. obliviscor, oblitus, v. 8, dep., to forget. obnitor, sua and xus, v. 8, to strive against, resist. obscuro, V. 1, to darken, observo, v. 1, to watch. obsideo, sedi, sessum, v. 2, to blockade, obsidio, onis, f., a blockade, siege. obsigno, y. 1, to seal up. obstringo, nxi, ctum, v. 8, to bind, involve, obstupesco, pui, v. 8, incep., to be stu-. pijCsd, astonished. obti'neo, tinui, tentum, v. 2, to seize, hold. obtingo, tigi, y. 8, to b^dU, turn out. (ob- tango.) obviam, adv., in the way, towards, occasio, onis, f., opportunity. occusus, us, m., a setting, (ob-cado.) occidens, entis, m., the west, (ob-cado.) ocGido, ctdi, cisum, y. 3, to slay, (ob- caedo.) occldo, cidi, casum, y. 8^ to fall, set, (ob-cado.) occulo, cului, cultum, v. 8, to hide, occupo, y. 1, to seize. occnrro, curri, cursum, y. 8, to m>eet, ocior, us, adj., (no positive,) swifter, ocius, adv., more snoiftly. octavus, a, um, num. adj., eighth, octoginta, num., eighty. oculus, i, m., an eye. odor, oris, m., a smell, perfuma. '13^ EASY LATIN STORIES. [OFF-PER offero, obtnli, oblatum, v. 8, irreg., to offeTf wmchsa/e^ grant. olea, ae, f., an olive-tree, oleum, iy Ti.f oU. olim, adv. f formerly f once upon a time. omen, inis, n., an omen. ominosus, a, um, adj., portentotu, ominor, v. 1^ tojoreaict. omitto, mifii, missum, v. 3, to leame outf leave. omnino, adv., altogether, omnis, e, a4j.| cM- onerarius, a, um, adj. , carrying burdens; navis, a merchant ship, onus, ens, n., a burden. op-, f. (no nom.) help, in plur., riches. opera, ae, f., assistance, work, attention, oportet, uit, v. 2, impers., it is necessary, oppidanus, a, um, adj., of a tovm, oppidum, i, n., a town. oppono, posui, positum, v. B, to set in the way of, oppose. oppositus, a, um, part., opposite, opprimo, pressi, pressum, v. 3, to over- whelm, oppugno, r,l, to storm, besiege, optio, onis, f., a choice, opulentus, a, um, adj., wealthy, opus, eris, n., a work, need, ora, ae, f., an edge, shore, oraculum, i, n., an oroide, orbis, is, m., a circle, orbo, V. 1, to deprive. ordino, v. 1, to draw «p, settle. ordo, inis, m., a rank, row. orior, ortus, v. 8, dep., to atise, oriundus, a, um, part, (orior), descended from. omatus, us, m. , dress. omo, V. 1, to adorn, oro, V. 1, to pray, beseech. 08, oris, n., a mouth, face, OS, ossis, n., a bone, ostendo, di, sum, v. 3, to show. ostento, y. 1, freq., to show off. otium, ii, n., ease, ovis, is, c, a sheep. oTum, i, n., an egg. Pabulum, i, n., food, fodder. paciscor, pactus, y. 8, dep., to bargain. pactum, i, n., way, manner. pal a, ae, f., the stone of a ring. palaestra, ae, f., a wrestling school, aymnastics. palam, ady. and prep., openly, b^ore. (pando). pallium, ii, or i, n., a cloak. palus, i, m., a UaJce. palus, udis, f., a marsh, (pando.) panis, is, m., bread. pamius, i, m., a cloth, rojg. papyrus, i, c, the papyrus. par, adj., equal. pardus, i, m., a panther. pareo, ui, itum, v. 2, to obey. paries, etis, m., a partition wall. pario, peperi, paritum, and partun y. o, to produce, bear young. pariter, ady., equally. paro, .,to make ready. pars, tis, f., a part, share. particeps, ^cipis, adj., sharing, (pars- capio.) partm[i, ady., t>ar^2^. parum, ady., littU, too little. parvulus, a, um, dim. adj., very small, parvus, a, um, adj., small. pasco, payi, pastum, y. 3, to feed, graze, pateo, ui, y. 2, to lie open, extend, be evident. pater, tris, m., a father, paterfamilias, patrisfamilias, m., a father of a family, patior, passus, y. 8, dep., to suffer. patria, ae, f., a fatherland, patrius, a, um, a4j., of on£s country, paternal, paucus, a, um, adj., few, paullatim, adv., little by little, by de- grees. paullisper, adv., /or a short time, pauper, eris, adj., poor. payimentum, i, n., a pavement, fioor. pax, pacis, f., peace. pecto, pezi, pexum, y. 3, to comb^ pectus, oris, n., the chest. pecunia, ae, f., money. pecus, udis, f., a beast, pecus, pecoris, n., a herd, pedes, peditis, m., afoot soldier. pedester, tris, tre, adj., on foot, land, peditatus^ us, m., infantry. pelagus, 1, n., the sea, pellis, is, f., a skin, hide, pendo, pependi, pensum, y. 8, to hang, weigh, pay. penes, prep., in the poufer of, penetrale, is, n., a sanctuary. penitus, adv., completely, penna, ae, f., a feather, wing, pennatus, a, um, adj. , ujinged,feathered. per, adv., through^ across. perago, egi, actum, v. 8, to finish. percello, culi, culsum, v. 3, to beat dovm, strike, ruin. percii)io, cepi, ceptum, v. 3, to take possession qf, gather, feeL per-praI VOCABULARY. 137 percontoT, v. 1, dep., to question strictly. percutio, cnssi, eaflsnin, y. S, to strike tkroughj slay, perdo, didi, ditum, y. 8, to rum, de- stroy , lose, peregre. ady., avxty from home, (per- ager.) peregrinns, a, nin, adj., vxvndervngy forei^. pereo, lyi or ii, itum, y. 4, to perish. perfero, tuli, latum, y. 8, irreg., to bring through. perficio, feci, fectitm, y. 8, to finish. perfodio, fodi, fossum, y. 8, to dig or pierce through. pergo, perrezi, perrectnm, v. 8, to pro- ceed withf go on. perhibeo, td, itnm, t. 2, to relate, (per- habeo.) periculam, i, n., danger. peritus, a, um, adj., skilled. perlego, legi, lectam, y. 8, to read through. permaneo, mansi, mansum, y. 2, to continue staying ^ persevere. permitto, mist, missnm, y. S, to let throt^hf give up, intrust, permoltus, a, um., adj., very much, many. pemides, ei, f.^ destruction. pernix, icis, ad^., quick. perraro, adv., very rarely. pemimpo, mpi, raptum, y. 8, to break through. perscribo, scripsi, scriptnm, v. 8, to write infvU. persequor, secutus, y. 3, dep., tofcUow up. perspicne, adj., dearly. persuadeo, si, sum, y. 2, to persuade. pertento, y. 1, to prove, try, examine. perterreo, ui, itum, v. 2, to frighten thoroughly. pertineo, ui, v. 2, to reach to, concern. pervagor, y. 1, dep., to rone aJbout. pervenio, yeni, yentum, y. 4, to arrive cU. pes, pedis, m., afoot. peto, iyi or ii, itum, y. 8, to seek, make for, attcu^k. pnaretra, ae, f., a quiver. phiala, ae, f., a saucer. philosophns, i, m., a philosopher. phoenix, icis, m., the phoenix. pictor, oris, m., a painter. pileus, i, m., a cap. pingo, nzi, pictum, y. 8, to paint, pinguis, e, adj.,/a^, rich. piscator, oris, m., a fisherman. piscis, is, m., a fish. placenta, ae, f., a caJoe. placeo, cui, citum, y. 2, toplecue, placo, v. 1, to appease. planities, ei, f., a plain. platanus, i, f., a plane-tree, plenus, a, um, aaj.,full. plerique, aeque, aque, adj., most. pluo, ui, v. 8, to rain, plus, adv., more, poculum, i, n., a cup. poena, ae, f., a punishment, sati^ac^ lion. I>oenitentia, ae, f., regret. poenitet, uit, y. 2, impersonal, it re- pents. I>oeta, ae. m., a poet. polemarcnus, i, m., the polemarch, minister of war. poUiceor, citus, v. 2, dep., to promise, pondus, eris, n., a weight. pone, adv. and prep., behind. pono, posui, positum, y. Z, to place. pons, ntis, m., a bridge. populus, i, m., a people. porcellus, i, m., a little pig, porcus, i, m., a pig. porro, adv., further on, furthermore, porta, ae, f., a door, gate. portendo, di, turn, y. 3, to predict, portio, onis, f., a share, porto, V. 1, to carry. portus, us, m., a ?uirbour. posco, poposci, y. 3, to demand. possum, potiii, posse, y. irreg., to be able. post, adv. and prep., after, postea, adv., c^tenoards. posterus, a, um, adi., following, later. postquam, conj., c^ter thoL postremo, adv., la^ly. postridie, adv., the next day. postulo, v. 1, to demand. potens, part, (possum), powerful. potestas, atis, i., power. potior, itus, v. 4, dep., to get possession qf, potius, adv., rather, poto, y. 1, to drink. potus, us, m., a dmmglCt. prae^ adv. and prep., b^ore, compared with, on account of. praealtus, a, um, adj., very high. praebeo, ui, itum, v. 2, to afford, give. pi-aecedo, cessi, cessum, v. 3, to go be- fore. praeceptum, 1, n., a rule, order, praecido, ddi. cTsnm, v. 8, to cut off, cut short, (praecaedo.) 138 EASY LATIN STORIES. [PRA-PRO pra«cipio, cepi, ceptum, v. 3, to seize beforehand f direct^ advise. praecipitium, ii, n., a precipice. praecipue and praecipuo, adv., espe- daUy, praeclare, adv. , gloriously, well. praeclams, a, urn, adj., glorious, distin- guished, praeco, onis, m., a herald. praeda, ae, f., b(x>ty, praedico, xi, ctum, y. 3, to foretell. praeditns, a, uin, adj., endued with. praedor, v. 1, den., to plunder. praefectura, ae, f., a government. praefero, tuli, latum, y. 8, irreg., to bear before^ prefer. praeficio, feci fectmn, v. 8, to put over. (prae-facio.) praefigo, xi, zum, y. 3, to fasten to. praelongiu, a, um, adj., very long. praelustris, e, adj., very distinguished. praemium, ii, n., a reward. praeparo, v. 1, to get ready. praesens, entls, participle (piaesum), present, praesentia, ae, f., presence, present time. praeses. idis, adj., Amending; as subst., a ruler. praestans, antifi, part, (praesto), excd- lefU. praestantia, ae, f., excellenee, (praesto.) praesto, stiti, stitum and statmn, v. 1, to stand out, fulfil, show, give, make, excel. praesum, fat, v. irreg., to be set over. praeter, adv. and prep., except, besides, past. praeterea, adv., besides. praetereo, ivi and ii, itnm, y. i,to go past, over, praevalens, entis, a^j.i very strong. praevaleo, ni, y. 2, to prevail, be strong. praeverto, ti, v. 8, to anticipate, surpass. prandium, ii, n., breakfast. pravos, a, nm, adj., bad. prec, eels (no nom.), f., a prayer. precor, y. 1, dep., to pray. prehendo, di, sum, y. 8, to grasp, pretiosus, a, um, adj., valuaMe* pretium, ii, n., price. pridem, adv., lona ago. pridie, adv., the day b^ore. primores, um, m., chiefs. primum, adv., in the first place. primus, a, um, adj.,^r«<. princeps, ipis^ aoj., first, chi^ ; as subst., apnnce, prior, pritts, adj. (primus), former, fore- mod. priusquam, oonj., b^ore thaL privatns, k, um, ac^., private. privilegiam, ii, n., a privilege. privo, v. 1, to deprive. pro, prep., b^ore, for, instead of. proDo, v. 1, to approve. prooedo, oessi, cessum, y. 8, to ^ before. procella, ae, f., a stonn, procul, adv., far, procus, i, m., a suitor. prodeo, ii, itum, y. i, to go before, ap- petar. prodigium, ii, n., a portent. proditio, onis, f., a smrender, betrayal. prodo, didi, ditum. v. 8, to exhibit, give up, betray, hand down. proiduco, xi, ctum, y. 3, to bring for- ward. proelium, ii, il, a batUe. profero, tuli, latum, v. 8, irreg., topro- duce, bring forward. proficio, feci, fectum, v. 8, to make pro- gress, profit. proficiscor, profectus, y. Z,d&p.,tosetout. profiteor, professus, v. 2, dep., to con- fess. progredior, progressus, y. 3j dep., to advance, (pro-gradior.) proh, inteijection, 0. probibeo, ui, itum, v. 2, topreveni. proiicio, ieci, tectum, v. o, to throw forth, overboard, (pro-iacio.) proinde, adv., hence, accordingly. proles, is, f., offspring. prominens, entis, participle (promineo), projecting, jprominenL promitto, misi, missum, y. 8, to put forth, promise. promontorium, ii, n., a cape. promptus, a, um, acU. , ready, (promo. ) pronuntio, v. 1, to declare. prope, adv. and prep., near, properanter, adv., nastily. propero, Y.l, to hasten, prepare. propheta, ae, m., a seer. propinquus, a, um, adj., near; as subst., a reUUion. propono, posui, positum, v. 8, to put h^ore, propose. proprius, a, um, adj., one*s own. propter,' adv. and prep., near, on ac- count of, propugnaculum, i, n., a bulwark, de- fence. propylaeum, i, n., a gateway, entrance. prora, ae, f., a prow. prosequor, cutus, v. 8, dep., to follow. protinus, adv., immediately. provebo, vexi, vectum, v. 3, to advance. pro-red] VOCABULARY. 139 proverbium, ii, n.) aproverbf aaying. providentia, ae. f ., foretfumgfU, provincia, ae, i., aprovifice. proximus, a, um, aqj., nearest (prope). publicus, a, um, ad.f public, pugio, onis, in., a dagger, pugiia, ae, f., a fight, piigno, V. 1, tonaM. pulcer, or pulcher, era, cram, adj., beaiUifid. pulcre, adv., heautifuUy, pullus, i, m., a yowng animal. pulso, V. 1, freq., to pushy heat, punicum. See malum punicum. punio, ivi or ii, itum, v. 4, to punish, puppis, is, f., a stemy ship, purgo, V. 1, to cleanse, puteus, i, m., a well, puto, y. 1, to think, putresco, v. 8, iucep., to grow rotten. Qua, adv., w?iere, quadrigae, arum,f., a four-horse chariot, (quatuor-iugum.) quadringenti, ae, a, num. y four hundred, quadrupes, pedis, adj., four-footed, quaero, quaesivi, quaesitum, v. 8, to inquire, quaestus, us, m., gain, qualis, e, adj. pron., qfwhat sort, such as, as. quam, adv., Jiow, with superlative, as mu4ih as possible. quamdiu, adv., how lona, quam vis, conj., althougn, quando, conj., when, since. quaudoquidero, conj., since. quauto, adj., by how much, quantus, a, um, adj., ?iow great, such as, as. quare, adv., why, wher^ore, quasi, co^j., as if, quatuor, num.,/oMr. quemadmodum, adv., how, as. qui, quae, quod, pron., who, which, quia, conj., because. quicunque, quaecunque, quodcunque, pron., whoever, whatever. quidam, quaedam, quoddam, and quid- dam, pron., a certain one, quidem, adv., indeed. quies, etis, f., rest. quilibet, quaelibet, quodlibet, and quid- libet, pron., any you please, quin, conj., but that. quindecim, num., fifteen. quingenti, ae, a, imm., Jive hundred, quinquaginta, num., fifty, qiunque, num., five. quintus, a, nm, num. adj.,^i^. quippe, conj., since, as, quis, quid, pron., who, whatt quis, ^ua, quid, any. quisnam, quaenam, quodnam, and quid- nam, pron., who, whatt quispiam, quaepiam, quodpiam, and ^uidpiam, pron., any one, some one, quisquam, quaequam, quicquam, pron., any. (after negatives.) quisque, quaeque, qnodque, and quid- ^ue, pron., eacn, quisquis, quaeque, quodquod, and quid- quid, pron., each, quivis, quaevis, quodvis, and quidvis, pron., any you vnU, quo, adv., whither. quoad, adv., till, as long as. quocumque, adv., whithersoever. quod, coig., because, that; quod si, but if, quominus, coi^'., by which the less, from. quomodo, adv., how. quoniam, conj., since, quoque, conj., also. quot, adj., how manyt as many as. quotcumque, adv., how many soever, quotidie, adv., daily. quoties, adv., a« often as. quotquot, adj., hmo many soever, aa many soever as. quousque, adv., how far, quum, conj., wfien, since, qumn, turn, both, and. Radix, ids, f., a root. rado, rasi, rasum, v. 3, to shave. ramentum, i, n., a shaving, (rado.) ramus, i, m., a branch, ran a, ae, f., a frog. raptim, adv., violently, hastily, (rapio.) rarus, a, um, adj., scarce. ratio, onis, f., a reason, account, kind. ratus, a, um, participle (reor), settled, thinking. recedo, cessi, cessmn, v. 8, to retire. receptaculum, i, n., a magazine, shelter, recipio, cepi, ceptum, v. 8, to regain, receive, betake. recito, v. 1, to recite. recorder, v. 1, dep., to remember. recte, adv., rightly. rectus, a, um, adj., right, sound, recupero, v. 1, to recover. redemptio, onis, f . , a ransom, (re-emo. ) reddo, didi, ditura, v. 8, to restore, replace. redeo, ii, itum, v. 4, to return. 140 EASY LATIN STORIES. [red-sed redigo, egi, actunii v. 8, to reduce, (re- ago.) refero, tali, latum, v. 8, irreg., to bring backf relate. refringo, fregi, fractum, v. 8, to break open, (re, frango.) regio, onis, f., a country, region. regias, a, um, adj., roycU. regno, v. 1, to reign. rego, rexi, rectum, v. 8, to rule. relinquo, liqui, lictura, v. 8, to leave behind. reliquus, a, um, adj., left, remaining. relligio, onis, f., religion^ a religious scruple. remaneo, mams, v. 2, to stay behind, remain. rem ex, igis, m., a rotoer. reniigo, y. 1, to row. reminiscor, v. 8, dep., to remember. removeo, movi, motum, v. 2, to take aioay. remus, i, m., an oar. renuntio, v. 1, to announce. reor, ratus, v. 2, dep., to think. repello, puli, pulsum, v. 3, to drive ba/Jc. rependo, di, sum, v. 3, to pay back. reperio, reperi, repertum, v. 4, to find. repleo, evi, etum, v. 2, to fill up. repono, posui,' positum, v. 8, tor^lace, place, lay ctside. reporto, v. 1, to carry back, bear away. reptilis, e, adj.} creeping. reputo, V. 1, to recloM, refiect on. res, rei, f., a thing, property; in plur., things, fortunes. rescindo, sddi, scissum, v. 8, to cut off or open, to repeal. rescisco, ivi or ii, itum, v. 8, to OMer- tain. resido, sedi, y. 2, to sit down, subside. resisto, restiti, v. 3, to halt, resist. respondeo, spondi, sponsum, v. 2, to answer. responsum^ i, n., an anstoer. restituo, ui, utum, v. 8, to restore. resto, stiti, v. 1, to resist, remain. rete, is, n., a net. retineo, ui, tentum, ▼. 2, to hold back. retro, adv., back. retrogredior, gressus, y. 8, dep., to re- tire. reus, i, m., a criminal. re vera, adv., m truth. reverto, reversus, v. 8, dep., to return. rex, regis, m., a king. rideo, si, sum, ▼. 2, to loMgh, laugh at ripa, ae, f., a bank, risus, us, m., laugfUer. ritus, us, m., rite, custom, way. rixa, ae, f., a quarrel. robustus, a, um, adj., strong. rogo, V. 1, to ask, demand. ros, roris, m., dew. rostrum, i, n., a beak. ruber, bra, brum, adj., red. rudens, entis, m., a caMe. rumpo, rupi, ruptum, y. 3, to break, rursus, adv., again. rutilus, a, um, acy., reddish, SaccuB, i, m., a sack. sacer, sacra, sacrum, adj., holy. sacerdos, otes, c, a priest or priestess. sacerdotium, ii, n., the priesthood. sacra, orum, n., sa.crfices. sacrificium, ii, n., a sacrifice, offering. sacrifico, v. 1, to sacrifice, saepe, adv., often. sagitta, ae, f., an arrow. Sagittarius, ii, m., an archer. sal, salis, m., salt. salsus, a, um, adj., saU. salto, V. 1, to dance. saltus, us, m., a dance, leap. salus, utis, f., health, safety, greeting. salvus, a, um, a^j.^ whole, safe. sanctus, a, um, adj., holy. sanguinolentus, a, um, fuy., bloody, sanguis, inis, m., blood. sano, V. 1, to cure. sanus, a, um, adj., whole, sound. sapiens, entis, participle (sapio), wise. sapienter, adv. , wisely. sapientia, ae, f., loisaom. sarmentum, i, n., brushwood, a fagot. satelles, Itis, c, an attendant, lifeguard. satio, V. 1, to mUisfy. satis, adv., enough. satisfacio,^ feci, &ctum, v. 8, to satisfy, satrapes, is, m., a Persian governor, saxum, i, n., a stone. scelus, sceleris, n., a crime, sceptrum, i, n«, a sc^re. scilicet, adv., forsooth^ that is to tay, (scire-licet.) scio, ivi or ii, itum, v. 4, to know. sciscitor, v. 1, dep. freq., to ask qften, inquire. scriba, ae, m., a clerk. scribo, scrips!, scriptum, v. 8, to write, scutum, i, n., a shield. se, pron. (no nom.), self. secundus, a, um, acy., second, favowr- able. securis, is, f., an aaoe, (seco.) sed, conj., but. sedeo, sedi, sessum, v. 2, to sit. sed-str] VOCABULARY. 141 sedes, is, f ., a seat, dwelling. seditio, onis, f., a conspiracy , rebellion. seges, segetis, f., a comjieldf standing com. seligo, legi, lectam, v. 3, to gather apart, choose. semel, num. adv., once. sementis, is, f., a sowing, seed-time. semita, ae, f., a path. semper, adv., cUways. senectus, ntis, f., old age. senex, senis, adj., old; subst., old man. sensus, us, m., sense, feeling. sententia, ae, f., opinion, meaning. fientio, si, sum, v. 4, to perceive, feel. seorsim, adv., separately, sepelio, ivi or ii, pultum, v. 4, to bury. septem, num., seven. septemdecim, num., seventeen. septentriones, um, m., the north. Septimus, a, um, num. a^., seventh. septuaginta, num., seventy. septum, i, n., an enclosure, fence. sepulcrum, i, n., a tomb, grave. sepultura, ae, f., burial. sequor, secutus, v. 8, dep., to follow. serenus, a, um, adj.) clear. sermo, onis, m., a discourse, language, sero, sevi, satum, v. 8, to sow. sero, semi, sertum, v. 8, to join, sew. serpens, eutis, c, a serpent. servator, oris, m., a preserver, servitus, utis, f., slavery. servo, V. 1, to watch, protect, keep. servus, i, m., a slave. sex, num., six. sexagesimus, a, um, adj., sixtieth. sexcenti, ae, a, num., six hundred, sextus, a, um, num. adj., sixOi,, sexus, us, m., sex, sic, adv., thus, so. siccus, a, um, adj., dry. sigillum, i, n., a seal, (signum.) significo, V. 1, topoinl out. signum, i, n., a sign, standard, con- stellation. silentium, ii, n., silence. silva, ae, f. , a wood. similis, e, adj., like. similitudo, inis, f., a likeness, simul, adv., at once. simulacrum, i, n., an image, spectre. simus, a, um, adj., snub-nosed. sin, conj., but if, {fnot. sine, prep., without. singnli. ae, a, num. adj. , one at a time, one each. sinister, tra, trum, adj., on the l^t hand, unpropitious. sinuosus, a, um, adj., winding, sinus, us, m., a fold, gulf, sistrum, i, n., a rattle. sitis, is, f. , thirst. situs, a, um, participle (sinoy, situated. sive, conj., whether, or. smaragdus, i, c, an emerald* socius, i, m., an ally. sol, solis, m., the sun. soleo, itus, y. 2, to be wont. solium, ii, n., a throne. solus, a, um, adj., alone. solvo, vi, utum, v. 3, to loosen, cutfpay-. somnium^ ii, n., a dream. somnus, 1, m., sle^. sonitus, us, m. , a sound. sonus, i, m., a sound. soror, oris, f., a sister. sors, sortis, f., a lot, chance. spatium, ii, n., a space, interval. species, ei, f., a likeness, appearance. spect-aculum, i, n., a sight. spectator, oris, m., a looker on. specto, V. 1, freq., to behold. spectrum, i, n., an apparition. speculator, oris, m., a scout, spy. speculatorius, a, um, adj., spy^ speculor, v. 1, dep., to watch, spy. spemo, sprevi, spretum, v. 8, to r^'ect, despise. ' spero, V. 1, to hope. spes, ei, f., ?Lope. spica, ae, f., an ear of com. spiro, y. 1, to breathe, exhale. splendidus, a, um, a^j., bright. spolio, V. 1, to spoil, strip. squaleo, ui, y. 2, to be rough, neglected, disfgured. squama, ae, f., a sccUe. squamatus, a, um, adj., scaly. stabulum, i, n., a stable, (sto.) stadium, ii, n., a stade, 606 ft. 9 in. stater, eris, m., a stater, a stnall silver coin. statim, adv., at once. statio, onis, f., a station, guard. statua, ae, f., a status. statuo, ui, utum, v. 8, to place, resolve. stemo, stravi, stratum, v. 8, to strew, lectulum, to prepare. stemuto, V. 1, to sneeze. stigma, atis, u., a brand. stimulus, i, m., a aoad. stipes, itis, m., a tog, trunk. sto, steti, statum, v. 1, to stand. strages, is, f., a slaughter. strideo, di, v. 2, atvd strido, v. 8, to creak, scream. stringo, inxi, ictum, v. 3, to grasp. 142 EASY LATIN STORIES. [STR-TRA strao, xi, ctum, v. 8, to pile up^ build. studeo, ui; v. 2, to study, deavre, studioBus, a, um, adj., eager , zeaXoua. studium, i, n., eagemesSy study, stultus, a, um, dAy^ foolish. stupefacio, feci, factum, v. 3, to stun. styrax, acis, m., styrax, a resinous gum. suadeo, si, sum, v. 2, U) persuade. suavis, e, adj., suteet. Bubeo, ii, itum, v. 4, to come up, wti- dergo. subigo, egi, actum, v. 8, to bring wider, swdue, knead. subiicio, ieci, iectum, v. 8, to place under, svbstituiey subdue, (sub-iacio.) subinde, adv., thereupon. subito, adv., suddeTuy. sublimis, e, adj., uplifted, high, subsidium, ii, n., a,8d8tance. subsilio, lui or ii, v. 4, to leap up, succedo, cessi, cessum, v. 3, to come up, follow after. successor, oris, m., a successor. sufiicio, feci, fectum, v. 3, to substitvie^ he sufficient. suffoco, V. 1, to smother. Bulfodio, fodi, fossum, v. 8, to pierce through, dig under. suffragium, ii, n., a vote. sufFragor, v. 1, dep., to vote for, sup- port. sum, fui, esse, v., to be. summa, ae, f., an amov/nt, total, im- perii, chi^ command. sumo, sumpsi, sumptum, v. 8, to take. super, adv. and prep., OT^er. superbio, v. 4, to be haughty, supercilium, ii, n., a brow. superficies, ei, f., a surface. superior, oris, adj., comparative of superus, better, former, higher. supero, V. 1, to suhdue, surjMss. superstes, itis, adj., survimn^, remain- tn^ over, (super, sto.) supersum, fui, esse, v. irreg., to be over, survive. superus, a, um, adj., high, (super.) supplex, icis, adj., hunwle, suppliant. supplicium, ii, n. , punishment, supra, adv. and prep., aJ)Ove. surculus, i, m., a snoot. surd us, a, um, adj., deaf, dull, dunib. surgo, surrexi, surrectum, v. 3, to raise^ rise. BUS, suis, c, a pig. suscipio, cepi, ceptum, v. 8, to take up, undertaJce, receive, (sub-capio.) suspendo, di, sum, v. 3, to hang up. Buspicor, V. 1, to mistrust, suspect. sustento, v. 1, freq., to support. sustineo, tinui, tentum, v. 2, to hold up, endu/re. suus, a, um, pron., his, her, its, their, own. Tabula, ae, f., a picture. tabulatum, i, n., a story, stage, taedium, ii, n., v>eariness, irksomeness. talentum, i, n., a talent, a weight about half a hundred-weight, or a sum of m.oney,£24S,15s,da, talis, e, adj., such, tarn, adv., so, tamdiu, adv., so long, tamen, conj., yet. tandem, adv., at length. tango, tetigi, tactum, v. 3, to touch, tanquam, conj., a^ if. tantus, a, um, adj., so great taurus, i, m., a bull. tegmen, inis, n., a covering. tego, xi, ctum, v. 3, to cover. telum, i, n., a dart, weapon. tempestas, atis, f., a storm, time. templum, i, n., a temple. tempus, oris, n., ^29716/ in plur., some- times ths temples. teneo, ui, tentum, v. 2, to hold, restrain. tento, V. 1, to try. ter, adv., three tim^es, tergum, i, n., the back. tergus, oris, n., the back. terminus, i, m., an end. tero, trivi, tritum, v. 8, to rkiJb, toasts. terra, ae, f ., the earth, land. terrestris, e, adj. , earth-, land-, territo, v. 1, freq., to terrify. tertio, adv., /or the third time. tertius, a, um, adj.. third. theatrum, i^ n., a theatre. thesaurus, i, m., treasure, a treasury^ tiara, ae, f., a croum, chaplet. tibicen, inis, n., a ftute-player. tignum, i, n., a log. timeo, ui, v. 2, to fear. timidus, a, um, adj., timid, frightened. tingo, inxi, inctum, v. 8, to moisten, dye. tolero, V. 1, to endure. tolleno, onis, m., a sunng-beam. (toUo.) tollo, sustuli, sublatum, v. 3, irreg., to raise, carry offi, destroy. torqueo, torsi, tortum, v. 2, to tvnst, tot, num. , so many, as many, totus, a, um, adj., whole. tracto, V. 1, freq., to treat, handle. trado, tradidi, traditum, v. 3, to deliver^ I give up, relate, (trans-do.) ! tragoedia, ae, f., a tragedy. tra-ven] VOCABULARY. 143 traho, xi, ctnm, v. 8, to draw. traiicio, ieci, iectum, ▼. 3, to throw over, cross, pierce, (trans-iacio.) trans, prep., across, transeo, ii, itum, v. 4, to cross over. transfigo, xi, xum, v. 3, to transfix, transfuga, ae, c, a deserter. transfugio, fagi, v. 3, to flee over, desert, transitus, us, m., a crossing, passage. transveho, xi, ctum, v. 3, to carry across. trecenti, ae, a, num., Uvree hundred. tremo, ui, v. 3, to sJiake, tremble. tree, tria, num., three. tribuo, ui, utum, v. 3, to assign, allow, triceps, cipitis, adj., three-headed, (tres- caput.) trifariam, adv., in three ways, triginta, num., thirty. triplex, icis, a^j., thre^old. tripudio, V. 1, to dance, cajaer, tripus, odis, m. , a tripod. triremis, adj., having three banks of oars ; suMt. a trireme, tristis, e, acy., sad. trochiloB, i, m., a wagtaU, trucido, V. 1, to slay, tugurium, ii, n., a nut, (tego.) turn, adv., then, also. See qnum. tumultus, us, m., a noise, tumult, tumulus, i, m., a jnound, tunc, adv., then. tunica, ae, f., a tunic, turifer, era, erum, adj., frankincense bearing, (tus-fero. ) turpis, e, acy., disgrtxc^ul, ugly. turpiter, adr., disgrac^fiUly, turns, is, f., a tower. tus, tuns, iL, frankincense. tussio, Y. 4, to cough. tutor, V. 1, dep., to watch, protect. tutus, a, um, adj., safe. tuus, a, um, pron., thine. tyrannus, i, m., a tyrant, Ubl, adv., where, when. ubicunque, adj., wherever. ubique, adj., everywJiere. uUus, a, um, adj., any. ulna, ae, f., the elbow, arm. ulterior, us, adj. (no positive'), further, ultra, adv. a^ia prep., beyond. ultrix, icis, f., an av&%ger. ululatus, us, m., a howling. umbilicus, i, m., the middle. umbra, ae, f., a shadow, una, adv., together. nndecimus, a, um, num. adj., eleventh. uudique, adv., from all sides. unguis, is, m., a nail, hoof. ungula, ae, f., a hoof, claw. unicus, a, um, adj., single, singidar. universus, a, um, adj., gene7 at, whole, unoculus, a, um, adj., one-eyed, uqquam, adv., ever. unus, a, um, num., one, alone. unusquisque, unaquaeque, unumquid- que, or quodque, pron., eadi one, urbs, urbis, f., a toum. urinator, oris, m., a diver. uro, ussi, ustum, v. 3, to bum, ursus, i, m., a bear. usque, adv., as far as. usus, us, m., custom, use, ut, adv. and conj., how, as, in order that, that, when. uter, utra, utrum, pron., which of two, uter, tris, m., a wine skin. utercunque, utracunque, ntrumcunque, pron., whichever of the two, either. uterlibet, utralibet, utrumlibet, pron., whichever of the two. uterque, utxaque, utrumque, pron., utilis, e, adj., useful, utique, adv., certainly. utor, usus, V. 3, dep., to use, enjoy, utrinque, adv., on both sides. uva, ae, f., a grape. uxor, oris, f., a wife. Vacuus, a, um, adj., empty, valde, adv., very, very much. valeo, ui, v.2 , to be v)eU, able. valetudo, inis, f., health. validus, a, um, adj., strong. vallis, is, f., a valley. vallum, i, n., a rampart. vanus, a, um, adj., vain. variegatus, a, um, adj., chequered* varius, a, um, adj., different. vas, vasis, n., a vessel, plate. vasto, Y. 1, to ravage. vates, is, c, a seer. vaticinium, ii, n., a prophecy. ve, coiy., or. vectura, ae, f., a conveyance, bringing, vehemens, eutis, adj., vigorous, earnest. .vehementer, adv., vigorously, earn' estly. veho, xi, ctum, v. 8, to carry. vel, conj., or. velocitas, atis, f., swiftness. velum, i, n., a sail. veluti, adv., as if. vena, ae, f., a vein. venatio, onis, f., hunting. venator, oris, m., a hunter. 144 EASY LATIN STORIES. [VEN-ZON vendo, didi, ditum, v. 8, to sell, veneno, v. 1, to poison. venia, ae, f. , pardoUf leawe. venio, veni, ventum, v. 4, to come* venor, v. 1, dep., to hmU, venter, tris, m., a belly, ventus, i, m., a wind, ver, veris, n., the spring. verber, ens, n., a blow. verbero, v. 1, to beat, verbum, i, n. , a word, vere, adv., truly. vereor, itus, v. 2, dep., to fear, vero, adv., surely, but. vereor, v. 1, dep., to dwell. vereus, adv. and prep., towards. vertex, icis, m., a whirlpool, top of the heady summU. verto, ti, sum, v. 3, to turn. vemm, adv. truly, but, yet. venis, a, um, adj., true, real. vescor, v. 3, dep., to feed, feed on. vespertilio, onis, m. , a bat. vester, tra, tnim, pron. adj., your. vestibulum, i, n. , an entrance. vestimentum, 1, n., a dress. vestis, is, f., a garment. veto, ui, itum, v. 1, to forbid, via, ae, f., a way. vie, vicis, f., a change, turn. (nom. not used.) vicesimus, a, um, num. adj., tioentieth. vicinia, ae, f., a neigMnmrhood. vicissim, aidv., in turn, (vie.) victima, ae, f., a victim. victito, V. 1, freq., to live, victoria, ae, f., a victory. victrix, ici», f., a victress, as ac^j., victorious, (vinco.) victus, us, m., provisions, a way of living. video, vidi, visum, v. 2, to see. videor, visus, v. 2, dep., to seem, seem good, be seen. vidua, ae, f., a widow^ viginti, num., twenty. vimineus, a, um, adj., of twigs, wicker, vincio, vinxi, vinctum, v. 4, to bind, vinco, vici, victum, v. 8, to conquer, vincijjum, i, n., a cJtain, vindteta, ae, f., revenge. vinum, i, n., urine. vir, viri, m.., a man. virgo, inis, f., a virgin. vimis, e, adj., m>anly. virtus, utis, f., valour, virtue, vis, f., force, violence, a quantity, in plur, vires, ium, strengths viscera, um, n., the entrails, visio, onis, f., an appearance, vision. visito, V. 1, freq., to visit, frequent. visus, us, m., a' sight, appearance, see- ing. vita, ae, f., life. vitis, is, f., a vine, vivo, vixi, victum, v. 8, to live, vivus, a, um, adj., alive. vix, adv., scarcay, with difficulty, voco, V. 1, to cau. volo, volui, velle, v. irreg., to unsh, volucer, cris, e, winged, as subst. vol- ucris, is, f., a bird. vorago, inis, f ., a whirlpool. votum, i, n., o vow, offering, wisK vox, vocis, f., a voice. vulnero, v. 1, to wound. vulnus, eris, n. , a wound, vulpes, is, f., a fox. vultus, us, m., a face, look, Zonck, ae, f., a belt.

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