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Glencoe Latin I - Unit VII - Schools, Sites, & Sights in the Roman Empire

dîligentia, -ae f. diligence (diligent)
lûdus, -î m. game, play, show, school (ludicrous)
dô, dare, dedî, datus give (dative, data) dedicate
submittô, -mittere, -mîsî, -missus let down, furnish [mittô] submit, submission, submissive
inter (+ acc.) between, among -
ob (+ acc.) (facing toward), on account of, for, because of -
nâtûra, -ae f. nature (natural, naturalize)
quî, quae, quod who, which, that (quorum)
petô, petere, petîvî, petîtus seek, ask (compete, petition)
sustineô, sustinêre, -tinuî, -tentus hold up, maintain, endure [teneô] sustain, sustenance,in musuc - sustention, in biology - sustainer and sustentor
cûr (interrogative) why? -
cônservô, cônservâre, cônservâvî, cônservâtus save, preserve [servô] conserve, conservation, conservative. Conserve can also mean to preserve with sugar.
intermittô, intermittere, intermîsî, intermissus stop, interrupt, let go [mittô] intermission, intermittent
obtineô, obtinêre, obtinuî, obtentus hold, obtain [teneô]
permoveô, permovêre, permôvî, permôtus move (deeply), upset [moveô]
modus, -î m. manner, way (mood, mode)
quis, quid who? what? (pronoun) -
quî, quae, quod which? what? (adjective) -
côgô, côgere, coêgî, coâctus drive together, collect, compel [agô] cogent, cogency, cogently
moneô, monêre, monuî, monitus remind, warn (monitor, monition, monitory, monument, monumental)
atque (ac) and, and even -
nam for (in the sense of "because," introducing a new verb) -
cognôscô, cognôscere, cognôvî, cognitus learn, (perf.) have learned, know [noscô] cognizant, cognizance, cognition, cognitive
plicô, plicâre, plicâvi, plicâtus fold (application, pleat, comply, compliant, complicate, complicit, imply, implicate, multiply, multiplication, ply, pliant,pliers)
ante before (antebellum)
ante (+ acc.) before (of time or place) (antediluvian, antecedent)
trâns (+acc.) across (transparent, transmit)
ferro, ferre. tuli. latus to bear, to carry ferry, transfer, translate,
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