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Chapter 34

Wheelock's Latin Vocabulary - Chapter 34

QuestionAnswer
anima air animae, f.
remissio release, relaxation remissionis, f.
vox voice, word vocis, f.
adversus, a, um opposite, adverse adjective
talis, tale such adjective
vae + dat. alas interjection
arbitror to judge, think -ari, -atus sum
conor to try -ari, -atus sum
cresco to increase crescere, crevi, cretum
egredior to go out egredi, egressus sum
fateor to confess, admit fateri, fassus sum
hortor to encourage, urge -ari, -atus sum
loquor to say, speak loqui, locutus sum
molior to build moliri, molitus sum
morior to die mori, mortuus sum
nascor to be born nasci, natus sum
patior to suffer pati, passus sum
proficiscor to set out, start proficisci, profectus sum
rusticor to live in the country -ari, -atus sum
sedeo to sit sedere, sedi, sessum
sequor to follow sequi, secutus sum
specto to look at -are, -avi, -atum
utor to use uti, usus sum + abl.
Created by: ejkotynski