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Chapter 12

Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
invenio, invenire (4) to come upon, find
bonus, a, um good
convoco, convocare (1) to call together
rogo, rogare (1) to ask
vinea, ae (f) vineyard
fossa, ae (f) ditch
canis, canis (m/f) dog
fero, ferre (irreg) to bring, carry
olfacio, olfacere (3) to catch the scent of, smell
cum with
latro, latrare (1) to bark
vestigium, i (n) track, trace, footprint
immobilis, is, e motionless
traho, trahere (3) to drag
frons, frontis (f) forehead
littera, ae (f) letter
inuo, inuere (3) to brand
sollicitus, a, um worried
reprehendo, reprehendere (3) to blame, scold
verbero, verberare (1) to beat
igitur therefore
deinde then, next
impedio, impedire (4) to hinder, prevent
incito, incitare (1) to spur on, urge on
ramus, i (m) branch
Created by: hflmagistra