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Latin Vocab Chapters 15-17

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rota, ae, f
wheel
nubes, nubis, gen. pl. nubium, f
cloud
plaustrum, i, n
wagon
onus, oneris, n
load, burden
Bos, bovis, m/f
ox
auxilium, i, n
help
silentium, i, n
silence
nomen, nominis, n
name
iocus, i, m
joke, prank
animus, i, m
mind
hospes, hospitis, m/f
friend
caelum, i, n
sky
aedificium, i, n
building
caupona, ae, f
inn
caupo, cauponis, m
innkeeper
longus, a, um
long
tardus, a, um
slow
mortuus, a, um
dead
periculosus, a, um
dangerous
expecto, are
to look out for
appareo, apparēre
to appear
praetereo, praeterire, irreg
to go past
aperio, aperire
to open
ludo, ludere
to play
excipio, excipere
to welcome, receive, catch
ferio, ferire
to hit, strike
verto, vertere
to turn
relinquo, relinquere
to leave behind
scio, scire
to know
pernocto, are
to spend the night
custodio, custodire
to guard
volo, velle
to wish, want, be willing
nolo, nelle
to be unwilling, not to wish, not to want
fero, ferre
to carry
eo, ire
to go
diu
for a long time
procul
in the distance, far off
fortasse
perhaps
tantum
only
itaque
and so, therefore
ut
as
apud (+acc)
with
de(+abl)
down from, concerning, about
unus, a, um
one
duo, duae, duo
two
tres, tres, tria
thre
quattor
four
quinque
five
sex
six
septem
seven
octo
eight
novem
nine
decem
ten
quinquaginta
fifty
centum
a hundred
quingento, ae, a
five hundred
mille
a thousand
in animo habere
to intend, to have it in mind