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Apuleius Vocab- Chapter 1

civitas, civitatis, fstate, country
rex, regis, mking
regina, reginae, fqueen
speciosus, -a, -umbeautiful
idoneeappropriately, suitably
celebro, 1to celebrate, honor
laus, laudis, fpraise
praecipuus, -a, -umextraordinary
praeclarus, -a, -umremarkable, splendid, distinguished
pulchritudo, pulchritudinis, fbeauty
exprimo, exprimere,expressi, expressus, 3to express
laudo, 1to praise
sermo, sermonis, mspeech
civis, civis, m/fcitizen
advena, advenae, m/fstranger
spectaculum, -i, nspectacle, sight
rumor, rumoris, mreport, reputation
formositas, formositatis, fbeauty
veneor, 1to worship
fama, famae, frumor, reputation, fame
pervado, pervadere, pervasi, pervasus, 3to spread through
caeruleus, -a, -umblue
profundum, -i, ndepths
mare, maris, nsea
pario, parere, peperi, partus, 3to give birth to, create, produce
latus, -a, -umwide
procedo, procedere, processi, processus, 3to go forward, advance, succeed
opinio, opinionis, fopinion, belief
insula, insulae, fisland
pervagor, 1to wander through, spread through
suavior, 1 (savior, 1)to kiss
moror, 1to delay
obsequium, obsequii, nobedience, allegiance, compliance
cano, canere, cecini, cantus, 3to sing,
persulto, 1to jump, leap
concha, conchae, fshell
currus, currus, mchariot
exercitus, exercitus, marmy
iter, itineris, njourney
convenio, convenire, conveni, conventus, 4to come together
nemo, neminis, m/fno one
praetereo, praeterire, praeterii, praeteritus, irregto go past, neglect
deformo, 1to deface
supplico, 1 (+ dat)to pray to
platea, plateae, ftown square
flos, floris, mflower
sero, serere, sertus, 3to wreate, join
precor, 1to pray, call upon
caelitis, -is, e (adj)heavenly
transfero, transferre, transtuli, translatus, irregto transfer
verus, -a, -umtrue, real
incendo, incendere, incendi, incensus, 3to set on fire
animus, animi, mmind, spirit, soul
priscus, -a, -umformer, ancient
partior, 4to share, distribute, divide
gaudeo, gaudere, gavisus, 2to rejoice
quicumque, quaecumque, quodcumquewhoever, whatever
impunewith impunity, unpunished
usurpo,to usurp
paenitet, paenitere, paenuituitto regret, repent
confestimimmediately, at once
sagitta, sagittae, farrow
mitto, mittere, misi, misus, 3to send
stimulo, 1to rouse, spur on, torment
ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostensus, 3to show, extend
caritas, caritatis, faffection, esteem
foedus, foederis, ntreaty, agreement
ulciscor, ulcisci, ulciscutus, 3to avenge, punish, take vengeance on
flagrantissimus, -a, -ummost blazing, most passionate, hotest
infimus, -a, -um (superlative of inferus)lowest, meanest
ora, orae, fshore
marinus, -a, -ummarine
chorus, -i, mchorus, band, troop
auriga, aurigae, mcharioteer
caterva, catervae, fcrowd, company
gero, gerere, gessi, gestus, 3to carry, carry on, do, wear
comitor, 1to accompany
pergo, pergere, perrexi, perrectus, 3to proceed, continue

Latin & English Teacher
Hampton Township School District
Allison Park, PA

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