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Ecce Romani Ch. 55B Reading Vocab

Copied from a set by MagisterSeabass, but with some formatting changed and put in order by part of speech. Note: It might be useful, in Learn and Test modes, to change the configuration (on the right side of the screen) so that it ignores punctuation and stuff in parantheses when grading, and also so that it "Prompts with Term"
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aliqui
aliquae, aliqua, some, any
calamitas
calamitatis, f, 3, disaster
consul
consulis, m, 3, consul
consulatus
consulatus, m, 4, consulship
dictator
dictatoris, m, 3, dictator
dux
ducis, m, 3, leader, general
exercitus
exercitus, m, 4, army
fortuna
fortunae, f, 1, fortune, luck
iniuria
iniuriae, f, 1, injury, injustice
nobilitas
nobilitatis, f, 3, nobility, senatorial class
populus
populi, m, 2, people
proelium
proelii, n, 2, battle
victor
victoris, m, 3, victor, winner
civilis
civilis, civile, of a citizen, civil, polite
universus
universa, universum, the whole of, the entire
vacuus
vacua, vacuum, empty
apud
with, at the house of, near, at, in (+acc)
contra
opposite, facing, against (+acc)
inde
from there, then
coepi
coepisse, coeptus, defective, begin
tantum
only
defero
deferre, detuli, delatus, irreg., carry down, offer, confer
dimico
dimicare, dimicavi, dimicatus, 1, fight, struggle
dimitto
dimittere, dimisi, dimissus, 3, send away, let go
fugo
fugare, fugavi, fugatus, 1, put to flight
muto
mutare, mutavi, mutatus, 1, change
posco
poscere, poposci, 3, demand
transeo
transire, transii/transivi, transitus, irreg., go across