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Mr. Bigger's Latin Class Chapters 10, 11, and 12 vocabulary

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cista, cistae
trunk
liberi, liberorum
children
via, viae
road
baculum, baculi
stick
raeda, raedae
carriage
raedarius, raedarii
coachman
equus, equi
horse
iter, itineris
journey, trip
gero, gerere
to wear/bear
iubeo, iubere
to order
pono, ponere
to put/place
soleo, solere
to be in the habit of
sto, stare
to stand
incito, incitare
to spur on
iacio, iacere
to throw
alius, alia, alium
another
scelestus, scelesta, scelestum
wicked
quidam, quaedam, quoddam
a certain
interea
meanwhile
cras
tomorrow
ipse, ipsa, ipsum
himself, herself, itself, very
vilicus, vilici
overseer
dominus, domini
master
domina, dominae
lady of the house
area, areae
threshing-floor, open space
ira, irae
anger
nox, noctis
night
porta, portae
gate
parens, parentis
parent
pater, patris
father
mater, matris
mother
frater, fratris
brother
soror, sororis
sister
filius, filii
son
filia, filiae
daughter
vir, viri
man, husband, hero
uxor, uxoris
wife
numerus, numeri
number
avunculus, avunculi
uncle
nepos, nepotis
grandson
absum, abesse
to be away
musso, mussare
to mutter
verbero, verberare
to beat
effugio, effugere
to flee
impedio, impedire
to hinder
celo, celare
to hide
plenus, plena, plenum
full
id quod
that which
se
himself, herself, itself
quamquam
although
vinea, vineae
vineyard
fossa, fossae
ditch
canis
dog
vestigium, vestigii
track, trace
tunica, tunicae
tunic
frons, frontis
forehead
invenio, invenire
to find
reprehendo, reprehendere
to blame
convoco, convocare
to call together
rogo, rogare
to ask
fero, ferre
to carry
olfacio, olfacere
to smell
latro, latrare
to bark
traho, trahere
to pull
inuro, inurere
to brand
bonus, bona, bonum
good
immobilis, immobilis, immobile
motionless
mox
soon
tamen
however
cum
with