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Wheelock's Latin Chapter 32 + Adverbs

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custodia, ae f
protection, custody pl guards
exercitus, ūs, m
army
paupertas, paupertatis f
poverty, humble, circumstance
dives (gen. divitis or ditis)
rich
par gen. paris + dat
equal, like
pauper gen. pauperis
poor, of small means
dummodo +subj
provided that, so long as
malo, malle, malui
to want (something) more, instead ; prefer
nolo, nolle, nolui
to not...wish, be unwilling
pateo, patēre, patui
to be open, lie open; be accessible; be evident
praebeo, praebēre, praebui, prabitum
to offer, provide
volo, velle, volui
to wish, want, be willing, will
longē/longius/longissimē
far/farther, too far, more far/farthest, most far, very far
pulchrē/pulchrius/pulcherrimē
beautifully/more beautiful/most beautiful
fortiter/fortius/fortissimē
bravely/more bravely/most bravely
celeriter/celerius/celerrimē
quickly/more quickly/most quickly
acriter/acrius/acerrimē
keenly/more keenly/most keenly
fēliciter/fēlicius/fēlicissimē
happily/more happily/most happily
sapienter/sapientius/sapientissimē
wisely/more wisely/most wisely
facile/facilius/facillimē
easily/more easily/most easily
bene/melius/optimē
well/better/best
male/peius/pessimē
badly/worse/worst
multum/plūs/plurimum
much/more, quantity/most, very much/
magnopere/magis/maximē
greatly/more, quality/most, especially
parum/minus/minimē
little, not very (much)/less/least
prius/primo, primum
before, earlier/first, at first, in the first place
diū/diutius/diūtissimē
for a long time/longer/very long