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Wheelock Ch. 2

fāma, fāmae f., rumor; report; fame, reputation
forma, formae f., form; shape; beauty
fortūna, fortunae f., fortune; luck
īra, irae f., anger
nauta, nautae m., sailor
patria, patriae f., native land
pecūnia, pecuniae f., money; coin
philosophia, philosophiae f., philosophy
poena, poenae f., penalty; punishment
poēta, poetae m., poet
porta, portae f., gate; entrance
puella, puellae f., girl
rosa, rosae f., rose
sententia, sententiae f., feeling; thought; opinion; sentence
vīta, vitae f., life; way of life
venia, veniae f., pardon, favor
clementia, clementiae f., clemency, mercy
turba, turbae f., crowd, multitude
insania, insaniae f., insanity, unsoundness
avaratia, avaratiae f., avarice, greed
catena, catenae f., chain
rota, rotae f., wheel
ars, artis f., art, skill
creo (1) to create
basio (1) to kiss
obduro (1) to be firm, tough
deporto (1) to cary away
recuso (1) to refuse, reject
vito (1) to avoid
iubeo, iubēre to order
timeo, timēre to fear
saevus, a, um adj., cruel
antiquus, a, um adj., ancient, old
magnus, a, um adj., large, great, important
meus, a, um adj., my
multus, a, um adj., many
tuus, a, um adj., your
sanus, a, um adj., sane, sound
nullus, a, um adj., no
immodicus, a, um adj., immoderate, excessive
sed but
te you (acc.)
sine without (abl.)
Created by: elloemma