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Ch. 13 Vocabulary

LatinEnglishPart of Speech
ab from preposition
ā from preposition
aurīga a/the charioteer noun
cīvis a/the citizen noun
erat he/she/it was verb
fatuus stupid adjective
fatua stupid adjective
fatuum stupid adjective
ferōciter fiercely adverb
ībant they were going verb
identidem again and again adverb
faciēbant they were making verb
iter a/the journey verb
iubēbat he/she/it was ordering verb
magnō rīsū with a loud laugh adjective and noun
pars a/the part noun
pēs a/the foot noun
praeclārus famous adjective
praeclāra famous adjective
praeclārum famous adjective
quam how adverb
quiescēbant they were resting verb
septimus seventh adjective
septima seventh adjective
septimum seventh adjective
tabellārius a/the courier noun
tribus diēbus in three days adjective and noun
vehicula vehicles noun
verberābat he/she/it was beating verb
virga a/the stick noun
vitāre to avoid verb
vitō I avoid verb
volēbat he/she/it was wanting verb
virgae of the stick noun
pēdis of the foot noun
aurīgae of the charioteer noun
tabellāriī of the courier noun
partis of the part noun
Created by: magistracohen