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27 terms

Latin via Ovid

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aranea, -ae, f.
spider
factis (abl. pl.)
deeds
Iuppiter, Iove (abl.)
Jupiter, Jove
misericordia, -ae, f.
pity
rapina, -ae, f.
carrying off, robbery
muto, -are, -avi, -atum
change
neco, -are, -avi, -atum
kill
pendeo, -ere, pependi, pensum
hang
prohibeo, -ere, -hibui, -hibitum
prevent, stop, prohibit
bona
good
long
long
mala
evil, bad
minima
very small, very little
minor
smaller
optima
very good, excellent
suo
its
a (ab, before a vowel) + abl.
from, away from; by
aeterno
eternally, forever
deinde
then
denique
and then, finally
itaque
and so, and thus, therefore
Latine
in Latin
maxime
very, exceedingly; yes indeed, especially
minime
least; not in the least, not at all
neque
and not
optime
very good, excellent
primo (primum)
first, at first, first in a series