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Chapter 31

Wheelock's Latin Vocabulary - Chapter 31

QuestionAnswer
auxilium aid, help auxilii, n.
digitus digit digiti, m.
elephantus elephant elephanti, m.
exsilium exile exsilii, n.
invidia envy invidiae, f.
rumor rumor, gossip rumoris, m.
vinum wine vini, n.
mediocris, -e moderate adjective
cum + subj. when, since, although conjunction
cum + ind. when conjunction
apud among, at the house of prep. + acc.
semel once, simultaneously adverb
usque all the way, up to adverb
doleo to grieve dolere, dolui, doliturum
dormio to sleep dormire, dormivi, dormitum
fero to carry, bear,say ferre, tuli, latus
adfero to bring to (see fero)
confero to bring together, confer (see fero)
se conferre to go idiom
offero to offer (see fero)
refero to carry back (see fero)
invideo to envy -videre, -vidi, -visum
occido to die occidere, occidi, occasum
as copper coin assis, n.
Created by: ejkotynski