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35 terms

Latin via Ovid

STUDY
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carmen, -inis, n.
song, chant, incantation, charm
clamor, -oris, m.
shout, clamour, noise
dextra, -ae, f.
right hand
humus, -i, f.
ground, earth
iugum, -i, n.
yoke
Mars, Martis, m.
Mars
promissum, -i, n.
promise
semen, -inis, n.
seed
uxor, -oris, f.
wife
vultus, -us, m.
expression of face, the countenance, face
agere gratias
to give thanks
ardeo, -ere, arsi, arsum
be on fire, burn with, glow, burn
cado,-ere, cecidi, casum
fall,fall down
coepi, coepisse
began
converto, -ere, -verti, -versum
turn around, alter, change
disco, -ere, didici
learn
effugio, -ere, -fugi, -fugitum
flee, escape from
excipio, -ere, -cepti, -ceptum
take out, receive
fio, fieri, factus sum (fio, fis, fit, fimus, fitis, fiunt)
become, be made, happen
recedo, ere, -cessi, -cessum
go back, draw back, recede, retreat
supersum, -esse, -fui, -futurum
be left, remain
aeneus, -a, -um
brass, bronze, brazen
exstinctus, -a, -um
put out, extinguish
gravis, -e
heavy
mirus, -a, -um
wonderful, amazing
placidus, -a, -um
calm, placid
secretus, -a, -um
secret
terribilis, -e
terrible
tutus, -a, -um
safe
ipse, ipsa, ipsum
himself, herself, itself; pl. themselves
magis
more
quisque, quaeque, quidque
each, every, everyone, everything
subito
suddenly
tam
so
tot
so many