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L1 P1 U2 Lesson 3, 4


adulescentia, adulescentiae (1st dec. fem. noun) youth, adolescent
certus, certa, certum (adj.) definite, sure, reliable
clamosus, clamosa, clamosum (adj.) noisy, loud
macellum, macelli (2nd dec. neut. noun) food market
venditor (3rd dec. noun) vendor, seller
remaneo, remanere, remansi, remansum (2nd conj.) to remain, stay, stay behind
animus, animi (2nd dec. mas. noun) soul, spirit, mind
benevolus, benevola, benevolum (adj.) well wishing, kind, friendly
gloria, gloriae (1st dec. fem. noun) glory, fame
liber, libera, liberum (adj.) free
noster, nostra, nostrum (adj.) our, ours
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum (adj.) handsome, beautiful
sanus, sana, sanum (adj.) sound, healthy, sane
tranquillus, tranquilla, tranquillum (adj.) calm, quiet, still
verbum, verbi (2nd dec. neut. noun) word
culpo, culpare, culpavi, culpatum (1st conj.) to blame, censure
muto, mutare (1st conj.) move, change, exchange, barter, bargain
forsan (adverb) perhaps
igitur (postpositive conjunction) therefore, consequently
propter (preposition, takes the acc.) on account of, because of
Created by: mhuffman