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SimsLatinII

Cambridge Stage 16 Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
aedifico (1) to build
auxilium, -i, nt help, aid, assistance
consentio/consentire/consensi/consensus to agree, consent
consilium, -i, nt plan, idea
deinde then
delecto (1) to delight
derideo/deridere/derisi/derisus to mock, make fun of, deride
demitto/demittere/demisi/demissus to send away, dismiss
effugio/effugere/effugi/effugitus to escape, run away
faber, fabri, m crafstman
flos, floris, m flower
imperator, -is, m emperor, commander-in-chief
inter (+ ACC) among, between
ita in this way, so
melior, melius better [comparative of bonus, -a, -um]
navigo (1) to sail
nonne? surely?, is it not?
paratus, -a, -um prepared
pereo/perire/perii/peritus to die, perish
pono/ponere/posui/positus to put, place
postridie (on) the next day
punio/punire/punivi/punitus to punish
simulac, simulatque as soon as
summus, -a, -um highest, greatest, top
supersum/superesse/superfui/--- to survive
tollo/tollere/sustuli/sublatus to raise, lift up
verto/vertere/verti/versus to turn
Created by: simsma