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29 terms

Latin Ch XXII

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animus, -ī m.
soul, spirit, mind
ardor, -oris m.
burning, heat, eagerness
causa, -ae f.
cause, sake, reason
hasta, -ae f.
spear, javelin
fidēs, -eī f.
trust, belief, faith, pledge
pectus, -oris n.
breast, heart
umbra, -ae f.
shade, shadow
vellus, -eris n.
fleece, wool
ventus, -ī m.
wind
ēveniō, -īre, -vēnī, -ventum
turn out, come about
finiō, -īre, -īvī, -ītum
end, conclude, finish
natō 1
swim
plōrō 1
weep, wail for
recognōscō, -ere, -cognōvī, -nitum
recognize, recall
repellō, -ere, reppulī, -pulsum
drive back, drive away, push, spurn
sē vertere
to turn oneself
dīversus, -a, -um
scattered, spread out, turned in different directions
innocēns, -entis
innocent, harmless
insānus, -a, -um
maddened, insane
peregrīnus, -a, -um
foreign
supplex, -icis
suppliant
aliquis, aliquid
some, any; some, anyone; some, anything
ambō, -ae, -ō
both, two, together
circum
around, about (+ acc.)
male
badly
quandō
when
seu
whether
ter
thrice, three times
tūtō
safely