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Chapter 19

Wheelock's Latin Vocabulary - Chapter 19

auctor author, originator auctoris, m.
Graecia Greece Graeciae, f.
iudex judge, juror iudicis, m.
scelus crime; sin sceleris, n.
argumentum argument, proof, evidence argumenti, n.
beneficium benefit, kindness beneficii, n.
familia family, household familia, f.
Graecia Greece Graeciae, f.
iudicium judgment, decision; trial iudicii, n.
scelus crime; sin sceleris, n.
qui? quae? quod? what? which? interrogative adjective
gravis, grave heavy; serious; grievous parare, paravi, paratum
immortalis, immortale immortal adjective
at but conjunction
nisi unless, if . . . not conjunction
contra against prep. + acc.
iam now, already, soon adverb
delecto to delight, charm delectare, delectavi, delectatum
libero to free, liberate liberare, liberavi, liberatum
paro to prepare; provide; get, obtain parare, paravi, paratum
quis? quid? who? what? interrogative pronoun
Created by: ejkotynski