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Chapters 10-11

Vocab for chapters 10-11 from the books Latin for the New Millennium Level 2
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aedes, aedis
f. temple; pl. dwelling, house
labor, laboris
m. labor, toil
lucrum, i
n, profit, gain
modus, i
way method manner
pecunia, ae
f, money
sarcina, ae
f. burden, baggage
sui, sibi, se, se
reflexive pronoun
iucundus, a, um
pleasant, nice
liber, a, um
free
maritimus, a, um
maritime
placidus, a, um
peaceful, calm
prosper, a, um
fortunate, prosperous
scelestus, a, um
whicked
serenus, a, um
calm, clear
suus, a, um
his, her, its, their own
furor, furari, furatus sum
to steal
eo, ire, ivi, iturus
to go
laedo, ere, laesi, laesum
to harm
reddo, ere, reddidi, redditus
to give back
paulisper
for a little while
potius
rather
semel
once
auris, auris
f. ear
frigus, frigoris
n. cold
genus, generis
n. type, kind
glacies, glaciei
f. ice
iter, itineris
n. road, trip
nix, nivis
f. snow
onus, oneris
n. weight, burden
dissimilis, dissimile
dissimilar
facilis, facile
easy
humilis, humile
low, humble
gracilis, gracile
slender
addo, ere, addidi, additum
to add
conor, conari, conatus sum
to try
demitto, ere, demisi, demissum
to send down
fero, ferre, tuli, latus
to carry
fio, fieri, factus sum
to be made, become
labor, labi, lapsus sum
to slide, slip, glide down
moderor, moderari, moderatus sum
to manage, direct, guide
pervenio, ire, perveni, perventum
to arrive
progredio, progredi, progressus sum
to go forward, proceed
quoties
as often as
simul ac
as soon as
animum demitto
to let my spirit sink