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Latin test 4Nouns:Animal, animalis, n. a living creature, animalAqua, aquae: f, waterArs, artis: f, art, skillAuris, auris: f, earCivis, civis: m and f. citizenIus, iuris: n. right, justice, lawMare, maris: n. seaMors, mortis: f. deathNubes, nubis: f, cloudOs, oris: n. mouth, facePars, partis: f, part, share, directionRoma, Romae: f, RomeTurba, turbae: f, uproar, disturbance, mob, crowd, multitudeUrb, urbis: f, cityVis, vis: f. force, power, violenceVires, virium: pl, strengthAetas, aetatis: f, period of life, life, age, an age, timeAuditor, auditoris: m, hearer, listener, member of an audienceClementia, clementiae: f, mildness, gentleness,mercyMens, mentis: f, mind, thought, intentionSatura, saturae: f, satireLibellus, libelli: m, little bookItalia, Italiae: f, ItalyMemoria, memoriae: f, memory, recollectionTempestas, tempestatis: f, period of time, season, weather, stormAdjectives:Acer, acris, acre: sharp, keen, eager, severe, fierceBrevis, breve: short, small, briefCeler, celeries, celere: swift, quick, rapidDifficilis, difficile: hard, difficult, troublesomeDulcis, dulce: sweet, pleasant, agreeableFacilis, facile: easy agreeableFortis, forte: strong, braveIngens, ingentis: hugeIucundus, iucunda, iucundum: pleasant, delightful, agreeable, pleasingLongus, longs, longum: longOmnis, omne: every, allPotens, potentis: able, powerful, mighty, strongSenex, senis: old, aged, old manQui, quae, quod: relative pronoun; who, which, what, thatCaecus, caeca, caecum: blindLevis, leve: light, easy, slight, trivialCentum: one hundredMille: thousandMilia, milium: thousandsMiser, misera, miserum: wretched, miserable, unfortunateAdverbs:Quam: howAut: orAut…Aut: either…orCito: quicklyQuoque: also, tooItaque: thereforeOdds:a: before consonants, like Eng. “a” vs. “an”Preposition:Ab: (prep + abl) away from, from, byTrans: (prep + acc) acrossInter: (prep + acc) between, amongVerbs:Appello, appellare, appellavi, appellatum: to speak to, address (as), call, nameCurro, currere, cucurri, cursum: to run, rush, move quicklyMuto, mutare, mutavi, mutatum: to change, alter, exchangeTeneo, tenere, tenui, tentum: to hold, keep, possess, restrainVito, vitare, vitavi, vitatum: to avoid, shunRego, regere, rexi, rectum: to rule, guide, Admitto, admittere, admisi, admissum: to admit, receive, let inCoepi, coepisse, coeptum: beganCupio, cupere, cupivi, cupitum: to desire, wish,long forDeleo, delere, delevi, deletum: to destroy, wipe out, eraseDesidero, desiderare, desideravi, desideratum: to desire, long for, missIncipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum: to beginNavigo, navigare, navigavi, navigatum: to sail, navigateNeglego, neglegere, neglexi, neglectum: to neglect, disregardRecito, recitare, recitavi, recitatum: to read aloud, recite Committo, commitere, commisi, commissum: to entrust, commitExspecto, expectare, expectavi, exspectatum: to look for, expect, awaitIacio, iacere, ieci, iactum: to throw, hurlTimeo, timere, timui: to fear, to be


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