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oxford latin part 2

ch. 27 vocab

QuestionAnswer
vexo ,vexare, vexavi Verb i worry, annoy
augeo, augere, auxi Verb i increase
accendo, accendere, accendi Verb i set fire to
colligo, colligere, collegi Verb i collect, gather
ruo, ruere, rui Verb i rush
benignus -a -um Adjective kind
plenus -a -um Adjective full (of)
scelestus -a -um Adjective wicked, criminal
ullus -a -um Adjective any
civilis, civile Adjective citizens, civil
prudens, prudentis Adjective prudent, sensible, wise
philosphia, -ae F. Nouns philosophy
exitium, -i N. Nouns destruction
imperium romanum, N. Nouns the roman empire
orbis, orbis M. Nouns circle, globe
orbis terrarum Nouns the globe, the world
potestas, potestatis, F. Nouns power
portus, portUs (4th declension) M. Nouns port
cras Adverb tomorrow
ergo Adverb and so
Mane Adverb early (in the morning)
Created by: winters2183