Monday, 24 October 2011

V

Vagina

ollula -ae (Ap)

Vague

Vague:  incertum, -a, -um (C)

Value

To value s.o. highly:  aliquem multi pendere/  multi facere/ multi aestimare

To have value:  valere
            You don’t know the value of money:  nescis quanti valeant nummi

To be highly valued:  in pretio esse (Pl)

To value something:  aliquid in pretio habere (Pl)

Vanity

Vanity:  gloria, -ae (H)

Vegetarian

Vegetarian:  Pythagoricus, -a, -um (Er)
     They served a vegetarian dinner:  cenam Pythagoricam apposuerunt.

Versatile

Versatile:  versabilis, -e (Lv).  Huic ingenium versatile fuit   He had a versatile character.

Very

Not very:  parum 

Vice

A den of vice:  ganeum, -i (T) 

 Victory

Easy victory:  victoria parata (P)

Violence

To be violent toward s.o.:  alicui vim ferre (Pl)

To deal violently with s.t.:  cum aliqua re vi agere (Pl)

Vision

A vision/ apparition:  species

Voice

At the top of one’s voice:  clamore summo (T)

To lower one’s voice:  voci moderari (Pl)/  vocem deprimere (S)

To raise one's voice:  vocem attollere (S)

Void

A void:  lacuna, -ae (C)

Volunteer

To volunteer to be the leader:   se offerre ducem (F)

Vote

To cast one's vote:  sententiam ferre (S)

To cast one's vote on s.t.:  sententiam ferre de aliqua re (S)

Vouch

A person who vouches for one's character or identity:  cognitor (AG)

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