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Verba - Stage 9

Stage 9 Vocabulary - Cambridge

domina mistress, ma'am
donum gift
homo (hominem) man, person
liberi children
nasus nose
pauper (pauperem) poor person, beggar
to recognize (agnosco) agnosco, agnoscere, agnovi
to desire, want (cupio) cupio, cupire, cupivi
emitto, emittere, emisi to send out, throw
to exercise (exerceo) exerceo, exercere, exercui
to bring, carry (fero) fero, ferre, tuli
to wear, wage (war) (gero) gero, gerere, gessi
induo, induere, indui to put on
offero, offerre, obtuli to offer
ostendo, ostendere, ostendi to show
to put, place (pono) pono, ponere, posui
revenio, revenire, reveni to come back, return
aeger, aegra, aegrum sick, ill
ille, illa, illud that/those
medius, a, um mid-, middle of
notus, a, um known, well-know, famous
sordidus, a, um dirty
suus, a, um his, her, its, their (own)
nimium too much
paulisper for a short time
apodyterium changing room, locker room
caldarium hot room
frigidarium cold room
hypocaustum hypocaust, furnace
palaestra exercise area, gym
strigiles strigils, scrapers
tepidarium warm room
thermae the baths, a public bath house
Created by: magisterkasparek