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Bk 2 Vocab #12

Latin 4H/5AP

QuestionAnswer
eruo, eruere to overthrow, tear up
fundamentum, i foundation, base
insido, insidere to sit in (on), occupy
nimbus, i rainstorm, (storm)cloud
quatio, quatere to shake, scatter
absum, abesse to be away, be distant, be lacking
secundus, a, um following, favorable, obedient
sisto, sistere to stand, stop, stay
suscito, suscitare to arouse, stir up, excite
tutus, a, um protected, safe, secure
aether, aetheris upper air, heaven, ether
amnis, is river, stream
commisceo, commiscere to mix, mingle
conscius, a, um aware
grando, grandinis hail (storm, stones)
iuventus, us youth, young men
metus, us fear, fright, anxiety
passim everywhere, all around
pronuba, ae matron of honor
ululo, ululare to howl, wail, shout, shriek
Created by: hflmagistra