Latin Stages 11-15

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convenit- gathers

credit, credidit(+DAT)- Trusts

de- down from

favet, favit(+DAT) - favors

gens,gentem- family

invitat, invitavit- invites

legit, legit - reads

liberalis- generous

minime- no

murus-wall

noster, nostrum- our

nunc- now

placet, placuit - it pleases

primus-first

pugna- fight

rapit:rapuit- seizes

secundus- second

senator:senatorem- senator

sollicitus- worried

stultus- stupid

tertius- third

utilis- useful

vale- good-bye

verberat: verberavit- strikes, beats

vir: virum- man

amittit: amisit- looses

cinis; cinerem- ash

complet; complevit- fills

custodit; custodivit- guards

densus- thick

epistula- letter

flamma- flame

fortiter- bravely

frustra- in vain

fugit; fugit- runs away

fundus- farm

iacet; iacuit- lies

iam- now

igitur- therefore

incidit; incidit- falls

mirabilis- marvelous

mittit; misit- sends

mons; montem- mountain

nubes; nubes- cloud

optime- very well

paene- nearly

sentit; sensit- feels

tandem- at last

templum- temple

terra- ground

timet; timuit- is afraid

unus- one

duo- two

tres- three

advenio, advenire, adveni- arrive

aedificium- building

alter; alterum- the others

canto, cantare, cantavi- sing

ceteri- the others

coniuratio; coniurationem- plot

custos; custodem- guard

decido, decidere, decidi- fall down

dico, dicere, dixi- say

excito, excitare, excitavi- arouse

fessus- tired

gemini- twins

haurio, haurire, hausi- drain

horreum- barn

interficio, interficere, interfeci- kill

ira vero- yes

nolo- I do not want

novus- new

nullus- not any

numero, numerare, numeravi- count

ordo; ordinem- row

possum- I can

retineo, retinere, retinui- keep

ruo, ruere, rui- rush

se- himself, herself, themselves

suaviter- sweetly

traho, trahere, traxi- drag

volo- i want

vulnero, vulerare, vulneravi- wound

antiquus- old

apud- among

argenteus- made of silver

attonitus- astonished

aula- palace

cotidie- every day

decorus,a,um- right

deleo, delere, delevi- destroy

delus- God

dicto, dictare, dictavi- dictate

difficilis- difficult

deligenter- carefully

domina- mistress

donum- gift

familiaris- relative

fidelis- loyal

ipse- himself

iste- that

lavo, lavare, lavi- wash

maritus- husband

necesse- necessary

nobilis- noble

num- surely

pretiosus- expensive

quam- how

quamquam- although

que- and

rex- king

sella- chair

ubi- where

ipsa- herself

alius, alia, aliud- other

aqua, aquae; F - water

claudo, claudere, clausi, clausus- to shut

commodus, a, um- convient

debeo, debere, debui, debitus- to owe

effiges, effiei- image

equus, equi- horse

etiam- even

fractus,a, um- broken

impedio, impedire, impedivi, impeditus- to delay

lectus, lecti- couch

lente- slowly

mare, maris- sea

miser, a, um- miserable

nauta, nautae; M- salior

plaustrum, plaustri- wagon

praesum, praeesse, praefui- to be in charge of

princeps, principis- chief, prince

qui, quae, quod- who

redeo, redire, redii, reditus- to return

sacerdos, sacerdotis- priest

axum, saxi- rock

teneo, tenere, tenui, tentus-to hold

unda, undae- wave

vinco, vincere, vinci, victus- to win

aeger- sick

Comment Stream

2 years ago
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Great photos, but you did not include the proper forms of all of the words