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Verba - Stage 7

Stage 7 Vocabulary - Cambridge

centurio centurion
hospes (hospitem) guest, host, friend
nox (noctem) night
poculum cup, goblet, glass
umbra shadow, shade, ghost
nihil nothing
ceno, cenare, cenavi to dine, eat dinner
lacrimo, lacrimare, lacrimavi to cry, weep
narro, narrare, narravi to tell (a story)
paro, parare, paravi to prepare
rogo, rogare, rogavi to ask
conspicio, conspicere, conspexi to catch sight of, see, spot
intellego, intellegere, intellexi to understand
mitto, mittere, misi to send
procedo, procedere, processi to proceed, move forward
facio, facere, feci to make, do
terreo, terrere, terrui to frighten, scare, terrify
alius another, other
ingens (ingentem) huge, massive
mirabilis (mirabilem) amazing, wonderful, strange
mortuus dead
omnis (omnem) all, every
heri yesterday
tacite quietly, silently
tamen however, nevertheless
hercle! By Hercules!
Created by: magisterkasparek