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Wheelock Ch. 25

Wheelock's Latin Chapter 25 Vocabulary

lingua, -ae f; tongue, language
ferōx, gen. ferōcis fierce, savage
fidēlis, fidēle faithful, loyal
geminus, -a, -um twin
sapiēns, gen. sapientis as adj.; wise, judicious, as a noun; a wise man, philosopher
ultimus, -a, -um farthest, extreme, last, final
dehinc adv; then, next
hīc adv; here
āit, āiunt he says, they say, assert (commonly used in connection with proverbs and anecdotes)
crēdō, crēdere, crēdidī, crēditum + acc or dat to believe, trust
iaceō, iacēre, iacuī to lie, lie prostrate, lie dead
negō (1) to deny, say that…not
nesciō, nescīre, nescīvī, nescītum not to know, be ignorant
nūntiō (1) to announce, report, relate
patefaciō, -facere, -fēcī, -factum to make open, open, disclose, expose
putō (1) to reckon, suppose, judge, think, imagine
spērō (1) to hope for, hope (regularly + fut. Inf. in ind. state)
suscipiō, -cipere, -cēpī, -ceptum (sub-capiō) to undertake
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