Latin Vocab chapter 4

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molestus

troublesome, annoying

semper

always

vexat

[he/she] annoys

igitur

therefore

amat

[he/she] loves

dormit

[he/she] sleeps

conspicit

[he/she] catches sight of

furtim

stealthily

appropinquat

[he/she] approaches

ascendit

[he/she] climbs

magnus

big, great

magna voce

in a loud voice

audit

[he/she] hears, listens to

videt

[he/she] videt

terret

[he/she/it] frightens

sollicita

anxious, worried

tum

at that moment, then

tu

you [subject]

nihil

nothing

te

you [direct object]

cave!

be careful!

ramus

branch

infirmus

weak, shakey

fragor

crash, noise

qualis...?

what sort of...?

quo...?

where...to?

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