Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3 Stage 23

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administro, administrare, administravi

manage

cedo, cedere, cessi

give in, give way

clarus, clara, clarum

famous

commemoro, commemorare, commemoravi, commemoratus

mention, recall

conspicatus, conspicata, conspicatum

having caught sight of

cura, curae, f.

care

erro, errare, erravi

make a mistake

gero, gerere, gessi, gestus

wear

honor, honoris, m.

honor

iacio, iacere, ieci, iactus

throw

immotus, immota, immotum

still, motionless

ingenium, ingenii, n.

character

locutus, locuta, locutum

having spoken

magnopere

greatly

magis

more, rather

maxime

very greatly, most of all

mandatum, mandati, n.

instruction, order

modus, modi, m.

manner, way, kind

res huius modi

a thing of this kind

nimium, nimii, n.

too much

orno, ornare, ornavi, oratus

decorate

pareo, parere, parui (+DAT)

obey

potens, potens, potens, gen. potentis

powerful

pravus, prava, pravum

evil

regressus, regressa, regressum

having returned

scio, scire, scivi

know

talis, talis, tale

such

tamquam

as, like

umquam

ever

venenum, veneni, n.

poison

venia, veniae, f.

mercy

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