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53 terms

Latin for Americans II Lesson I,II, III

vocab
STUDY
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son
filius, i, m
children
liberi, orum m/f
business
negotium, i n
duty
officium, i n
people
populus, i m
slave
servus, i m
hard
durus, a, um
few
pauci, ae, a
name,call
appello, are, avi, atus
teach
doceo, ere, docui, doctus
have
habeo, ere, habui, habitus
sail
navigo, are, avi, atus
hold, obtain
obtineo,ere, ui, obtentus
hold
teneo, ere, tenui, tentus
fear
timeo, ere, timui -
term, condition
condicio, condicionis, f
leader
dux, ducis m
brother
frater, fratris, m
light
lux, lucis, f
mother
mater, matris f
sister
soror, sororis f
father
pater, patris m
grandfather
avus, i m
grandmother
avia, ae f
name
nomen, nominis n
power
potestas, potestatis, f
safety
salus, salutatis f
toga
toga, ae f
bitter, sharp
acer, acris, acre
low, humble
humilis,e
noble
nobilis, e
all, each, every
omnis, e
equal, equal to
par
more
plus
respond
respondeo, ere, respondi, responsus
ask
rogo, are, rogavi, rogatus
save, guard
servo, are, servavi, servatus
citizenship
civitas, civitatis f
flight
fuga, ae f
excellent, distinguished
egregius, a , um
peace
pax, pacis f
easy
facilis, e
affect, afflict
afficio, ere, affeci, affectus
lead, do, drive
ago, agere, egi, acuts
force
cogo, cogere, coegi, coactus
give
do,dare, dedi, datus
do, make
facio, facere, feci, factus
flee
fugio, fugere, fugi, fugitus
wage, wear
gero, ere, gessi, gestum
order
iubeo, iubere, iussi, iussus
build, fortify
munio, munire, munivi, munitus
seize, occupy
occupo, occupare, occupavi, occupatus
come
venio, venire, veni, venturus