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Shelmerdine 16

Shelmerdine Latin Chapter 16 no macrons

cāsus, cāsūs, m. fall; misfortune, destruction; chance, accident
cornū, cornūs, n. horn; wing (of an army)
diēs, dieī, m. or f. day
domus, domūs, f. house(hold), home
faciēs, facieī, f. face; appearance
fidēs, fideī, f. faith, trust
flūctus, flūctūs, m. wave; commotion
genū, genūs, n. knee
impetus, impetūs, m. attack; charge; impulse
manus, manūs, f. hand; band (of men)
metus, metūs, m. fear, dread; anxiety
passus, passūs, m. pace, footstep
mille passūs; mīlia passuum (pl.) mile; miles
rēs, reī, f. thing, matter, business; court case
rēs pūblica, reī publicae state, republic
rūs, rūrus, n. the country(side)
senātus, senātūs, m. senate
spēs, speī, f. hope
vultus, vultūs, m. expression; face
ārdeō, ārdēre, ārsī to burn, be on fire, glow
igitur therefore
inde from there; then, from that time forth; thence
tam so, to such a degree
Created by: thomas.macri