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Wheelock's Latin Chapter 6

Wheelock's Latin Chapter Six. Verbs are in infinitive only. Words from sentences are included. No accents used. Nouns in nominative form only. Declension number in parenthesis.
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dea (1)
goddess
deus (2)
god
discipula (1)
learner, pupil, student
discipulus (2)
learner, pupil, student
insidiae (1)
ambush, plot, treachery
liber (2)
book
tyrannus (2)
absolute ruler, tyrant
vitium (2N)
fault, crime, vice
Graecus (1, 2,2N)
Greek
perpetuus (1,2,2N)
perpetual, lasting, uninterrupted, continuous
plenus (1,2,2N)
full, abundant, generous
salvus (1,2,2N)
safe, sound
secundus (1,2,2N)
second, favorable
vester (1,2,2N)
your, yours (pl. addressing more than one person)
-que (enclitic)
and
ubi
where, when
ibi
there
quare
because of which thing, therefore
possum
to be able, can could, have power
tolerare
to bear, endure
optare
to wish
gustare
to taste
delectare
to delight
varius (1,2,2N)
varied
statua (1)
statue
infirmus (1,2,2N)
not strong, weak
leges
laws