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Latin Exam Vocab

all the terms on the review sheet (with lexical form) some will be latin to english some will be english to latin
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habito, are
to live
ambulo, are
to walk
expecto, are
to wait for, look out for, expect, anticipate
to weep
lacrimo, are
oro, are
to pray, beg
to fight
pugno, are
to order
impero, are + dat.
video, ere
to see
debeo, ere
to owe, to heve to, to ought to
to move
moveo, ere
to be silent
taceo, ere
to ask, seek
quaero, ere
occido, ere
to kill
to help
succurro, ere + dat
capio, ere
to take, sieze
to recieve
accipio, ere
maneo, ere
to stay, wait
to hear, listen to
audio, ire
venio, ire
to come
he/she says
inquit
terra, ae (f)
earth, land, ground
island
insula, ae (f)
aqua, ae (f)
water
wood
silva, ae (f)
unda, ae (f)
wave
frog
rana, ae (f)
hasta, ae (f)
spear
people
populus, i (m)
asinus, i (m)
donkey
arms, weapons
arma, orum (n, pl)
domum, i (n)
gift
mountain
mons, montis (m)
rex, regis (m)
king
city
urbs, urbis (f) (I-STEM)
litus, litoris (n)
shore
shout
clamor, clamoris (m)
Troianus, a, um
Trojan
Greek
Graecus, a, um
territus, a, um
terrified
small
parvus, a, um
barbarus, a, um
foreign, barbaric
anxious
anxius, a, um
alius, alia, aliud
other, another (alii...alii = some...others)
the others,the rest
ceteri, ceterae, cetera
omnis, omnes
all, every
giant, huge
ingens,ingentis
immanis, immane
immense, emormous
suddenly
subito
semper
always
but
sed
itaque
annd so
with
cum + abl
in + abl
in, on
from
a/ab + abl
de + abl
down from