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Latin F

Vocab

QuestionAnswer
timere to be scared
monere to warn
intellegere to understand
leger to read
scribere to write
tangere to touch
confidere to trust
discere to learn
ostendere to show
relinquere to leave behind
dicere to say
incindere to set on fire
quarerere to ask
repellere to push back
vincere to defeat
incipere to begin
audire to hear
navigar to sail
habitare to live in
lavorare to work
ambulare to walk
flagellare to whip
approbare to approve
devilitare to weaken
clamare to shout
errare to wonder
cantare to sting
implorare to beg
eradicare to wipe out
debere to owe
latere to hide
dissuadere to advise against
ridere to laugh
ardere to burn
fervere to boil
indigere to lack
languere to be sluggish
patere to be in the open
Created by: John_Diemer1