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Wheelock's Latin: Chapter 34 Vocabulary

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ánima, -ae (f)
soul, spirit
(anima, animism, animatism, animation, etc.)
cp. animal, animus
remíssiō, remissiónis (f)
letting go, release; relaxtion
remiss, remission
cp. from re + mittō
vōx, vócis (f)
voice, word
(vocal, vocalic, vocalize, vowel)
cp. vocō
adversus, -a, -um
opposite, adverse
(adversary, adversative, adversely, adversity)
cp. vertō
tális, tále
such, of such a sort
cp. quālis (of what sort, what kind of)
vae (interj) [often + dative]
alas, woe to
árbitror, arbitarī, arbitrátus sum
to judge, think
(arbiter, arbitration, arbitrary, arbitrarily)
cónor, cōnárī, cōnátus sum
to try, attempt
(conation, conative)
créscō, créscere, crévī, crétum
to increase
(crescent, crescendo, crescive, concrete, decrease, increment)
ēgrédior, égredī, ēgréssus sum
to go out
(aggression, congress, degrade, egress, egregious)
fáteor, fatérī, fássus sum
to confuess, admit
(confess, profess, profession, professor)
cp. fābula, fāma, fātum, and for, fārī, fātus sum
hórtor, hortárī, hortátus sum
to encourage, urge
(hortatory, exhort, exhortation)
lóquor, lóquī, locútus sum
to say, speak, tell
(colloquial, eloquent, soliloquy)
mólior, mōlírī, mōlítus sum
to work at, build, undertake, plan
(demolish, demolition)
cp. mōlēs
mórior, mórī, mórtuus sum
fut. act. part. moritúrus
to die
(mortuary)
cp. mors, mortālis
náscor, náscī, nátus sum
to be born; spring forth, arise
( agnate, cognate, innate, natal, nature, naive)
cp. nāta, nātūra