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Latin II Stages 21-24 Test

All required/stage vocab for stage 21-24.
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hora
hour
annus
year
barbarus
barbarian
morbus
illness
oppidum
town
pretium
price
fons
fountain, spring
haruspex
soothsayer, diviner
plus
more
durus
hard, harsh
nonnulli
some
occupatus
busy
peritus
skilled, skillful
plenus
full
gravis
heavy, serious
infelix
unlucky
sapiens
wise
adiuvo
help
celo
hide
iubeo
order
ascendo
climb, rise
confido (+ dat)
trust
extraho
pull out, drag out
deicio
throw down
efficio
carry out, accomplish
suscipio
undertake, take on
nuper
recently
unde
from where
a, ab (+ abl)
by; from, away from
circum (+ acc)
around
lacrima
tear
prundentia
wisdom
caelum
sky
exitium
ruin, destruction
verbum
word
amor
love
hostis
enemy
virtus
courage
adeptus
having received, obtained
aureus
golden, made of gold
avidus
eager
dirus
dreadful, awful
ingressus
having entered
minimus
very little, least, smallest
molestus
troublesome, annoying
precatus
having prayed
quantus
how big
tardus
slow
tutus
safe
iacto
throw
vito
avoid
moneo
warn, advise
eligo
choose
fundo
pour
parco (+ dat)
spare
decipio
deceive, trick
inicio
throw in
quo modo
how?
cura
care
venia
mercy
modus
manner, way, kind
ingenium
character
mandatum
instruction, order
nimium
too much
venenum
poison
honor
honor
administro
manage
commemoro
mention, recall
erro
make a mistake
orno
decorate
pareo
obey
cedo
give in, give way
gero
waer, bear
iacio
throw
scio
know
clarus
famous
immotus
still, motionless
pravus
evil
potens
powerful
talis
such
conspicatus
having caught sight of
locutus
having spoken
regressus
having returned
magnopere
greatly
magis
more, rather
maxime
very greatly, most of all
umquam
ever
enim
for, in fact
tamquam
as, like
ad
to
ripa
river bank
humus
ground
colloquium
talk, chat
verum
truth
auctoritas
authority
carcer
prison
eques
horseman
flumen
river
pons
bridge
infestus
hostil
perfidus
treacherous
audax
brave, bold
tristis
sad
egressus
having gone out
passus
having suffered
oppugno
attack
comprehendo
arrest
conscendo
climb on, mount
descendo
go down, come down
desero
desert, abandon
patefacio
reveal
transeo
cross
cum
when
interea
meanwhile
nusquam
nowhere
tantum
only
neque... neque
neither... nor