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Latin 101 Vocabulary

Chapter 3

QuestionAnswer
manet (VERB) *he/she stays, waits *he/she is staying/waiting
sedet (VERB) *he/she sits *he/she is sitting
videt (VERB) *he/she sees *he/she is seeing
ascendit (VERB) *he/she climbs *he/she is climbing
cadit (VERB) *he/she falls *he/she is falling
currit (VERB) *he/she runs *he/she is running
ducit (VERB) *he/she leads *he/she is leading
inquit (VERB) *he/she says *he/she is saying
mittit (VERB) *he/she sends *he/she is sending
redit (VERB) *he/she returns *he/she is returning
audit (VERB) *he/she hears *he/she is hearing
terra (NOUN-F) earth,land
cibus (NOUN-M) food
colonus (NOUN-M) farmer
filius (NOUN-M) son
ager (NOUN-M) field
puer (NOUN-M) boy, child
anxius, anxia, anxium (ADJECTIVE) anxious
eum (PRONOUN) him
eam (PRONOUN) her
ad (PREPOSITION) * + acc. = to, towards
nam (CONJUNCTION) for (in the since of because)
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