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Ch. 9 Latin Vocab

ala, -ae wing
anima, -ae breath, life, soul
aquila, -ae eagle
bestia, -ae beast, animal
cauda, -ae tail
fera, -ae wild animal
pila, -ae ball
asinus, i ass, donkey
deus, -i god (pl. dei/dii/di)
folium, -i leaf
lectus, -i bed, couch
nidus, -i nest
nuntius, -i message, messenger
ovum, -i egg
petasus, -i hat with a brim
pullus, -i young (of an animal)
ramus, -i branch, bough
aer, aeris (m.) air
animal, animalis (n.) animal, living being
avis, avis (f.) bird
flumen, fluminis (n.) river
homo, hominis (m.) human being, person
leo, leonis (m.) lion
mare, maris (n.) sea
mercator, mercatoris (m.) merchant
pes, pedis (m.) foot
piscis, piscis (m.) fish
pulmo, pulmonis (m.) lung
vox, vocis (f.) voice
natare to swim
occultare to hide
spirare to breathe
volare to fly
audere dare, venture
movere move, stir
sustinere to support, to sustain, to endure
ascendere to climb, to go up, to mount
cadere to fall
canere to sing (of), to crow, to play
ludere to play
vivere to live, to be alive
capere to take, to catch, to capture
facere to make, to do, to cause
parere to give birth to, to lay
necesse esse it is necessary
potesse is able
vult, volunt want, be walling
crassus, -a ,um thick, fat
ferus, -a, -um wild
mortuus, -a, -um dead
perteritus, -a, -um terrified
vivus, -a, -um living, alive
tenuis, -e thin
nemo no one
ergo therefore, so
cum when, with
enim for
quod because
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