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Week VI Vocabulary

terra terrae F. earth, ground, land, country
uxor uxoris F. wife
virgo virginis F. virgin, maiden
virtus virtutis F. manliness, courage, excellence, character, worth
copia copiae F. abundance, supply; troops (plural only)
frater fratris M. brother
laus laudis F. praise, fame, glory
libertas libertatis F. liberty
ratio rationis F. reckoning, account, reason, judgment
scriptor scriptoris M. writer, author
totus, a, m adjective whole, entire
numquam adverb never
tamen adverb nevertheless, still
nimis, nimium adverb too much, excessively
bene adverb well
acerbus, a, um adjective harsh, bitter, grievous
etiam adverb even
diu adverb for a long time
nuper adverb recently
duco ducere duxi, ductum to lead, consider, regard
gero gerere gessi, gestum to carry on, manage, conduct, wage, wear
scribo scribere scripsi, scriptum to write, compose
traho trahere traxi, tractum to draw, drag
vinco vincere vici, victum to conquer
audio audire audivi, auditum to hear
capio capere cepi, captum to take, seize, capture
rex regis M. king
tempus temporis N. time, occasion, opportunity
Created by: OULATIN1115