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Latin I Unit IA-3

Unit IA Task III Verba

LatinEnglish
amō, amāre to like, love
appropinquō, appropinquāre to approach
ascendō, ascendere to climb
audiō, audīre to hear, listen to
cōnspiciō, conspicere to catches sight of
dormiō; dormīre to sleep
terreō, terrēre to frighten
vexō, vexāre to annoy
videō, vidēre to see
Cavē! Be careful!
Dēscende, Sexte! Come down, Sextus!
fīlia, fīliae, f. daughter
fīlius, fīliī, m. son
frāter, frātris, m. brother
fragor, fragōris, m. (a/the) crash, noise
līberi, līberorum, m. children
māter, mātris, f. mother
parēns, parentis, m./f. parent
pater, patris, m. father
rāmus, rāmī, f. (a/the) branch
soror, sorōris, f. sister
uxor, uxōris, f. wife
vir, virī, m. man, husband
vōx, vocis, f. (a/the) voice
fūrtim stealthily
igitur therefore
semper always
tum at that moment, then
molestus, -a, -um troublesome, annoying
magnus, -a, -um big, great
sōllicitus, -a, -um anxious, worried
īnfirmus, -a, -um weak, shaky
you (direct object)
tu you (subject)
nihil nothing
Created by: magistrafreeman