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Song of War p. 433 Column 1 Vocabulary

Matching, flashcards, and concentration game from vocabulary on p. 433, column 1 of Song of War.

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contingō, contingere, contigī, contāctus, -a, -umto be in contact with; touch
convellō, convellere, convulsī, convulsus, -a, -umto tug at, pull violently; to pull up, tear up; to undermine, tear down; to shake, batter
cūnctor, cūnctārī, cūnctātus sumto hesitate, delay; to tarry, linger
doceō, docēre, docuī, doctus, -a, -umto teach
efferō, efferre, extulī, ēlātus, -a, -umto carry out, bring out
effor, effārī, effātus sumto utter, say, speak
ēvādō, ēvādere, ēvāsī, ēvāsus, -a, -umto escape; to get through
excipiō, excipere, excēpī, exceptus, -a, -umto welcome, receive, catch; to follow after, succeed
excutiō, excutere, excussī, excussus, -a, -umto shake off/out, knock off/out; to throw out, expel
exspectō, exspectāre, expectāvī, exspectātus, -a, -umto look out for, wait for
fallō, fallere, fefellī, falsus, -a, -umto deceive, trick; to disappoint; to elude, slip away from
fateor, fatērī, fassus sumto acknowledge, accept; to admit guilt, confess
fīgō, fīgere, fīxī, fīxus, -a, -umto drive in, fix in, insert; to pierce, shoot; to set down, place firmly, plant
cōnspectus, cōnspectūs m.sight, view; appearance; contemplation
cōnūbium, cōnūbī n.intermarriage; marriage, wedding
cor, cordis n.heart
coruscus, corusca, coruscumtrembling, quivering; flashing, gleaming, glistening
crēber, crēbra, crēbrumat frequent intervals, closely spaced; frequent, repeated, constant; numerous, abundant; (+ abl.) crowded/packed (with), full (of)
Creūsa, Creūsae f.Creusa, daughter of Priam & Hecuba, Aeneas' wife, mother of Iulus/Ascanius
crīnis, crīnis m.lock of hair, tress; (pl.) hair (of the head)
cruentus, cruenta, cruentumstained with blood, bloody, bleeding
culmen, culminis n.summit of a building, roof, rooftop; height, zenith
cūnctī, cūnctae, cūnctaall
currus, currūs m.chariot
Dardanidēs, Dardanidae m.descendant of Dardanus, Trojan
Dardanius, Dardanī m.Dardanus (son of Zeus & Electra, ancestor of Priam; Trojan
decus, decoris n.honor, glory; something that adorns, ornament, decoration; grace, beauty
deindethen, next
dēlūbrum, dēlūbrī n.temple, shrine
dēmēnsout of one's mind, insane, mad frenzied
dēnsus, dēnsa, dēnsumdense, thick; crowded together, massed, closely packed
dīrus, dīra, dīrumawful, dire, dreadful
dīva, dīvae f.goddess
dubius, dubia, dubiumuncertain, undecided, hesitant, wavering
dūrus, dūra, dūrumhard, solid; hardy, strong, enduring; harsh, pitiless
dux, ducis m.leader
ēgregius, ēgregia, ēgregiumoutstanding, excellent, splendid
ēnsis, ēnsis m.sword
ergōtherefore
Eurus, Eurī m.east (southeast) wind
extemplōwithout delay, immediately, at once
exuviae, exuviārum f.armor stripped from an enemy, spoils; mementos
faciēs, faciēī f.appearance; sight, scene; form, shape, image; face, countenance
facilis, facileeasy
factum, factī n.deed, act, action
fās n.right, ordained (by divine law); morally right, fitting, proper
fastīgium, fastīgī n.sharp point, tip; rooftop, top; high point
fessus, fessa, fessumtired, weary, exhausted
fīdēs, fīdeī f.good faith, reliability, trust, confidence
fīdus, fīda, fīdumfaithful, loyal, devoted; trustworthy, reliable
contigit (impersonal + dative + infinitive)to fall to one's lot (to do something), happen


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