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Latin Vocab for Final

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