Wheelock's Latin Chapter 6

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Wheelock's Latin Chapter Six. Verbs are in infinitive only. Words from sentences are included. No accents used. Nouns in nominative form only. Declension number in parenthesis.

dea (1)

goddess

deus (2)

god

discipula (1)

learner, pupil, student

discipulus (2)

learner, pupil, student

insidiae (1)

ambush, plot, treachery

liber (2)

book

tyrannus (2)

absolute ruler, tyrant

vitium (2N)

fault, crime, vice

Graecus (1, 2,2N)

Greek

perpetuus (1,2,2N)

perpetual, lasting, uninterrupted, continuous

plenus (1,2,2N)

full, abundant, generous

salvus (1,2,2N)

safe, sound

secundus (1,2,2N)

second, favorable

vester (1,2,2N)

your, yours (pl. addressing more than one person)

-que (enclitic)

and

ubi

where, when

quare

because of which thing, therefore

possum

to be able, can could, have power

tolerare

to bear, endure

optare

to wish

gustare

to taste

delectare

to delight

varius (1,2,2N)

varied

statua (1)

statue

infirmus (1,2,2N)

not strong, weak

leges

laws

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