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Apuleius Vocab- Chapter 2

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decus, decoris, nbeauty
percipio, percipere, percepi, perceptus, 3to take, gather, grasp
nuptiae, nupitarum, f.pl.marriage
species, specei, fappearance, beauty
politus, -a, -umpolished, refined, cultured
viduus, -a, -umunmarried, bereft, bereaved
desero, deserere, deserui, desertus, 3desert, abandon, forsake
ira, irae, fanger
metuo, metuere, metui, metutus, 3to fear
oraculum, oraculi, noracle
victima, victimae, fsacrificial victim
excelsus, -a, -umhigh
sisto, sistere, stiti, status, 3to place, set
spero, 1to hope
stirps, stirpis, ffamily,lineage, origin
ferus, -a, -umwild, savage
sors, sortis, foracle, destiny, chance
fleo, flere, flevi, fletus, 2to weep
debeo, debere, debui, debitus, 2to owe, ought
feralis, -is, -edeadly, funereal
lumen, luminis, nlight
cinis, cineris, mashes
ululatus, ululatus, mwailing, shrieking
flammeum, flammei, nbridal veil
pareo, parere, parui, paritus, 2 (+ dat)to obey
poena, poenae, fpunishment
perficio, perficere, perfeci, perfectus, 3to finish
produco, producere, produxi, productus, 3to lead forward
lacrimosus, -a, -umtearful
exsequiae, exsequiarum, f.plfuneral, funeral rites
nefarius, -a, -umimpious, criminal
cunctor, 1to hesitate, delay
infelix, infelicisunhappy, unlucky
fletus, fletus, mweeping
taceo, tacere, tacui, tacitus, 2to be silent
statuo statuere, statui, statutus, 3to place, set up
fundo, fundere, fudi, fusus, 3to pour
abstudo, abstrudere, abstrusi, abstrusus, 3to conceal
paveo, pavere, pavi, --- 2to be terrified, to quake
mitis, -is, -egentle, soft
mollitersoftly, gently, calmly
sensimgradually, tentatively
veho, vehere, vexi, vectus, 3to carry
devexus, -a, -umsloping
valles, vallis, fvalley
gremium, -i, nlap
reclino, 1to recline, set down
fructus, fructus, menjoyment
accedo, accedere, accessi, accessus, 3to approach, go to
peto, petere, petivi,petitus, 3to seek, make for
simulacrum, -i, nimage
despondeo, despondere, despondi, desponsus, 2pledge, promise, betroth
defleo, deflere, deflevi, defletus, 3to weep over
odi, odisseto hate
superus, -a, -umupper
superi, -um, m.plthe gods
percontor, 1to question
prex, precis, fprayer
maritus, -i, mhusband
scopulus, -i, mrock
orno, 1to dress, adorn, furnish
gener, generi, mson-in-law
creo, 1to create, cause
praeceptum, -i, ncommand
maereo, maerereto be sad, mourn
dirus, -a, -umdire, terrible
efficio, efficere, effeci, effectus, 3to make, accomplish, cause, bring about
taeda, taedae, ftorch
ater, atra, atrumblack
marcesco, marcescere, 3to waste away, grow feeble
detergo, detergere, detexi, detectus, 3to wipe away
imperium, imperii, ncommand, power
destino, 1to appoint, determine, resolve
posco, poscere, poposci, ----- 3to demand
vivus, -a, -umliving, alive
funus, funeris, nfuneral, death
comitor, 1to accompany
maestus, -a, -umsad
facinus, facinoris, ndeed, crime
hortor, 1to encourage, urge
senectus, senectutus, fold age
scindo, scindere, scissi, scissus, 3to cut, tear
cacumen, cacuminis, ntop, summit
cuncti, -ae, -aall
clades, cladis, fdisaster
tenebrae, tenebrarum, f.p.darkness
trepidus, -a, -umagitated
aura, aurae, fbreeze, air
spiro, 1to breathe, live
levo, 1to lift up, raise
paulatimlittle by little, gradually
rupes, rupis, frock, cliff
floreo, florere, florui, ---- 2to flower, flourish
delabor, delabi, delapsus, 3to sink down, fall


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

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