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Latin 3

Vocab 16

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aequus, a, um level, fair, equal, favorable
altitudo, altitudinis (f) height, depth
amplus, a, um great, large, distinguished
ancora, ae (f) anchor
apertus, a, um open, uncovered, clear
calidus, a, um warm, hot
certus, a, um certain, definite, fixed
complures, a several, many
condicio, condicionis (f) condition, situation, term
dexter, dextra, dextrum right, skillful
dolor, doloris (m) grief, pain, sorrow
flos, floris (m) flower
frigidus, a, um cold, frigid
herba, ae (f) grass
idem, eadem, idem the same
inferior, ius lower, inferior
insidiae, arum (f) ambush, trap, plot
integer, integra, integrum untouched, whole, fresh, vigorous
interea meanwhile
latitudo, latitudinis (f) width, breadth
liberi, orum (m) children
mercator, mercatoris (m) trader, merchant
murus, i (m) wall
nondum not yet
notus, a, um well-known, familiar
potestas, potestatis (f) power, strength, ability, chance, opportunity
primum first, at first, for the first time
quantus, a, um how much, how great
quo in what place, where
quot how many
ripa, ae (f) riverbank
rumor, rumoris (m) rumor, report
rursus, rursum again, on the contrary
Created by: hflmagistra