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Stage 29 vocab

Latin II

aliquando sometimes
alius...alius one...another
alii...alii some...others
amplexus having embraced
audacia boldness, audacity
carmen a song
circumvenio I surround
circumventus having surrounded
corona a garland, wreath
cursus a course, flight
defessus exhausted, tired out
dolor grief, pain
ferrum iron, sword
incedo I march, I stride
liberi the children
lux light, daylight
obscurus dark, gloomy
odi I hate
perficio I finish
perfectus having finished
populus the people
prius earlier
quies rest
reduco I lead back
reductus having lead back
salus safety, health
scelus the crime
servio I serve (as a slave)
sors a lot
sperno I despise, reject
undique on all sides
vester your (plural)
vivus alive, living
circumvenire to surround
incedere to march, stride
malle to prefer
perficere to finish
reducere to lead back
servire to serve (as a slave)
spernere to despise, reject
Created by: Latin I