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Wheelock's Latin Chapter 39 Vocabulary

aedificium, -ii n., building
iniuria, -ae f., injustice, injury
mulier, mulieris f., woman
transitus, -us m., transit
ventus, -i m., wind
cupidus, -a, -um desirous, eager, fond
liberalis, liberale of or relating to a free man; worthy of a free man, decent, liberal; generous
necesse (indeclinable adj. used in nom. or acc.) necessary, inevitable
vetus, (gen.) veteris old
quasi adv. or conj., as if, as it were
ambulo (1) to walk
experior, experiri, expertus sum to try/test; to experience
libo (1) to pour a libation (offering to dead such as wine); pour ritually
oportet, oportere, oportuit it is proper, it is right, it is necessary
oppugno (1) to fight against, assault
orno (1) to equip, furnish, adorn
pernocto (1) to spend the night
transeo, transire, transii, transitum to go across; to pass over, ignore
Created by: warthorn