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latin chap37 voc

TermDefinition
cotidie daily
ludus, -i school
`profisci to set out
vereor I am afraid
castigo, (1st) to rebuke
Vergilius, -i m Vergil
grammaticus, -i m secondary school teacher
experitur he tests
praefero, praeferre, praetuli, praelatus to carry X in front of Y
loqueris you are talking
vel or
paedagogus tutor
ingressus est he entered
eruditus, -a, -um learned, scholarly
utilis, -is, -e useful
egressi sunt they went out
profecti sunt they set out
pistrinum, -i bakery
etiamsi even if
ad tempus on time
scriblita, -ae tart
paulum, -i a little
ientaculum, -i breakfast
loquuntur they talk
Created by: lapplebey