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25 terms

Latin for Americans, Book I, Lessons 29-31

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Periculum
-i n. danger
Miser
misera, miserum unhappy
amitto
amittere, amisi, amissus let go, lose
pro
in front of, before, for
inimicus
-a,-um unfriendly, hostile
absum
abesse, afui, afuturus be away, be absent
nosco
noscere, novi, notus learn
procedo
procedere, processi, processurus go forward, advance
produco
producere, produxi, productus lead out
retineo
retinere, retiui, retentus hold back, keep
iam
already, now
sine
without
ego
mei I, of me
nos
nostrum we, of us
tu
tui you, of you (singular)
vos
vestrum you, of you (pl)
is
he, it m.
ea
she, it f.
id
it n.
integer
integra, integrum fresh, whole, untouched
cupio
cupere, cupivi, cupitus desire, wish, want
dimitto
dimittere, dimisi, dimissus let go, send away
dubito
dubitare, dubitavi, dubitatus Hesitate, doubt
olim
formerly, once (upon a time)
ubi
when, where