Latin for Americans, Book I, Lessons 29-31

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Periculum

-i n. danger

Miser

misera, miserum unhappy

amitto

amittere, amisi, amissus let go, lose

pro

in front of, before, for

inimicus

-a,-um unfriendly, hostile

absum

abesse, afui, afuturus be away, be absent

nosco

noscere, novi, notus learn

procedo

procedere, processi, processurus go forward, advance

produco

producere, produxi, productus lead out

retineo

retinere, retiui, retentus hold back, keep

iam

already, now

sine

without

ego

mei I, of me

nos

nostrum we, of us

tu

tui you, of you (singular)

vos

vestrum you, of you (pl)

is

he, it m.

ea

she, it f.

integer

integra, integrum fresh, whole, untouched

cupio

cupere, cupivi, cupitus desire, wish, want

dimitto

dimittere, dimisi, dimissus let go, send away

dubito

dubitare, dubitavi, dubitatus Hesitate, doubt

olim

formerly, once (upon a time)

ubi

when, where

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