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Cambridge Latin U1 St 7-12

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amittit: amisit
loses
cinis
ash
complet: complevit
fills
custodit: custodivit
guards
densus
thick
epistula
letter
flamma
flame
fortiter
bravely
frustra
in vain
fugit: fugit
runs away, flees
fundus
farm
iacet: iacuit
lies
iam
now
igitur
therefore
incidit: incidit
falls
mirabilis
marvelous, strange, wonderful
mittit: misit
sends
mons
mountain
nubes
cloud
optime
very well
paene
nearly, almost
sentit: sensit
feels
tandem
at last
templum
temple
terra
ground, land
timet: timuit
is afraid, fears
unus
one
duo
two
tres
three
convenit: convenit
gathers, meets
credit: credidit (+DAT)
trusts, believes, has faith in
de
down from; about
favet: favit (+DAT)
favors, supports
gens
family
invitat: invitavit
invites
legit: legit
reads
liberalis
generous
minime!
no!
murus
wall
noster
our
nunc
now
placet: placuit (+DAT)
it pleases, suits
primus
first
promittit: promisit
promises
pugna
fight
rapit: rapuit
seizes, grabs
secundus
second
senator
senator
sollicitus
worried, anxious
stultus
stupid
tertius
third
utilis
useful
vale!
good-bye!
verberat: verberavit
strikes, beats
vir
man
abit: abiit
goes away
accipit: accepit
accepts, receives
callidus
clever, smart
capit: cepit
takes
contenus
satisfied
exclamat: exclamavit
exclaims
frater
brother
imperium
empire
inimicus
enemy
invenit: invenit
finds
it: iit
goes
liber
book
nos
we
nuntiat: nuntiavit
announces
pax
peace
portus
harbor
quam
than, how
semper
always
sententia
opinion
servat: servavit
saves, protects
solus
alone, lonely
tacet: tacuit
is silent, is quiet
uxor
wife
vehementer
violently, loudly
vos
you (plural)
agnoscit: agnovit
recognizes
celebrat: celebravit
celebrates
celeriter
quickly
civis
citizen
cupit: cupivit
wants
dat: dedit
gives
dies
day
dies natalis
birthday
emittit: emisit
throws, sends out
exercet: exercuit
exercises
fert: tulit
brings, carries
homo
person, man
hospes
guest
ille
that
inspicit: inspexit
looks at, inspects, examines
iterum
again
manet: mansit
remains, stays
medius
middle
mox
soon
notus
well-known, famous
offert: obtulit
offers
ostendit: ostendit
shows
paulisper
for a short time
post
after
revenit: revenit
comes back, returns
suus
his
tradit: tradidit
hands over
agitat: agitavit
chases, hunts
consumit: consumpsit
eats
ducit: duxit
leads
eum
him
facile
easily
ferox
fierce, ferocious
gladius
sword
habitat: habitavit
lives
hic
this
ignavus
cowardly (also lazy in other contexts)
incitat: incitavit
urges on, encourages
nuntius
messenger
pes
foot, paw
porta
gate
postulat: postulavit
demands
puer
boy
pugnat: pugnavit
fights
recumbit: recubuit
lies down, reclines
saepe
often
sanguis
blood
silva
woods, forest
spectaculum
show, spectacle
statim
at once
totus
whole
cenat: cenavit
eats dinner, dines
centurio
centurion
conspicit: conspexit
catches sight of
cum
with
facit: fecit
makes, does
heri
yesterday
ingens
huge
intellegit: intellexit
understands
lacrimat: lacrimavit
cries, weeps
mortuus
dead
narrat: narravit
tells, relates
necat: necavit
kills
nihil
nothing
omnis
all
parat: paravit
prepares
pestis
pest, rascal
poculum
cup (often for wine)
procedit: processit
advances, proceeds
prope
near
pulcher
beautiful, handsome
rogat: rogavit
asks
tacite
quietly, silently
tamen
however
terret: terruit
frightens
umbra
ghost, shadow
valde
very much, very