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Chapter 20-22 Vocab

Oxford Latin Course (No quantity marks)

appello, appellare, appellavi I call (by name)
recito, recitare, recitavi I recite, read aloud
rideo, ridere, risi I laugh
induo, induere, indui I put on
intellego, intellegere, intellexi I understand
poeta, -ae poet
gratiae, -arum thanks
gratias ago I thank
schola, -ae school, schoolroom
discipulus, -i pupil
liber, libri book
gradus, gradus step
manus, manus hand
versus, versus verse
vultus, vultus face, expression
rectus, -a, -um straight
recte rightly, correctly
severus, -a, -um severe
facilis, facile easy
facile easily
spero, sperare, speravi I hope
volo, volare, volavi I fly
faveo, favere, favi I favour, support
pareo, parere, parui I obey
frango, frangere, fregi I break
perdo, perdere, perdidi I lose, destroy
rapio, rapere, rapui I snatch, steal
quo? where to?
turba, -ae crowd
ludi, -orum the games
signum, i sign, signal
vesper, vesperis evening
casus, casus mishap, misfortune
currus, currus chariot
cursus, cursus running; a course
contentus, -a, -um content
fractus, -a, -um broken
maximus, -a, -um greatest, very great
plurimus, -a, -um very many
nobilis, nobile noble, famous
vetus, veteris old
salve, salvete! greetings
sino, sinere, sivi I allow
viso, visere, visi I visit
conficio, conficere, confeci I finish
intersum, interesse, interfui I am among, I take part in
clarus, -a, -um clear, bright, famous
ingeniosus, -a, -um talented, clever
latus, -a, -um wide, broad
praeterea moreover
aliquis, aliquid someone, something
epistola, -ae letter
dominus, i master
atrium, -i hall
ingenium, -i character, talents
studium, -i study
tablinum, -i study (the room)
aedes, aedium house
orator, oratoris orator, speaker
soror, sororis sister
dies, diei day
meridies, meridiei midday
cotidie everyday
res, rei thing, matter, property
respublica, reipublicae the republic
re vera in truth, in fact, really
spes, spei hope
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