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latin vocab quiz 2

LatinEnglish
adulescentia adulscentiae, f youth, young manhood; youthfulness
animus animi, m soul, spirit, mind
animi animorum, m high spirits, pride, courage
caelum caeli, n sky, heaven
culpa culpae, f fault, blame
gloria gloriae, f glory, fame
verbum verbi, n word
te/me abl, acc you, yourself
liber -a -um free
noster -a -um our, ours
pulcher -a -um beautiful, handsome; fine
sanus -a -um sound, healthy, sane
igitur therefore
propter on account of, because of
cras tomorrow
heri yesterday
quando when
satis enough, sufficent
tum then
ceno -are -avi -atum to dine
culpo -are -avi -atum to blame
maneo manere mansi mansum to remain, stay
supero -are -avi -atum to be above
deus -i, m god
dea deae, f goddess
discipulus -i, m learner, pupil, student
insidiae - arum, f pl. ambush, plot, treachery
liber liberi, m book
tyrannus tyranni, m absolute ruler, tyrant
vitium -i, n fault, crime, vice
graecus -a -um greek
perptuus -a -um perpetual, lasting, uninterrupted, continuous
plenus -a -um full, abundant, generous
salvus -a -um safe, sound
secundus -a -um second; favorable
vester -a -um your
ubi where, when
ibi there
nunc now
quare therefore, wherefore, why
possum posse potui to be able, can, could, have power
tolero -are -avi -atum to bear, endure
Created by: ragetaco3000