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17 terms

Wheelock's Latin Chapter 27 w/ images

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delight, pleasure, enjoyment (f.)
delectatio, delectationis
grandson, descendant (m.)
nepos, nepotis
sun (m.)
sol, solis
diligent, careful
diligens (gen. diligentis) (adj. - 3rd D)
unlike, different
dissimilis, dissimile (adj. - 3rd D)
slender, thin
gracilis, gracile (adj. - 3rd D)
lowly, humble
humilis, humile (adj. - 3rd D)
greater; older
maior, maius (comparative adj.)
ancestors (m.)
maiores, maiorum (pl.)
first, foremost, chief, principal
primus, -a, -um (superlative adj.)
how many, as many as
quot (indeclinable adj.)
similar (to), like, resembling
similis, simile (+ gen. or dat.) (adj.)
above, upper
superus, -a, -um (adj.)
the gods (m.)
superī, superōrum (pl.)
useful, advantageous
utilis, utile (adj.)
to put, place, set
pono, ponere, posui, positum (3)
to approve, recommend; test
probo, probare, probavi, probatum (1)