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Stage 15 Vocabulary

Stage 15 Vocabulary - Cambridge

animus, -i m. mind, consciousness, spirit
certamen, certaminis n. contest, competition
comes, comitis m. companion, buddy
effigies, effigiei f. statue, image, likeness
equus, - i m. horse
mare, maris n. the sea, ocean
nauta, -ae m. sailor
plaustrum, -i n. wagon
princeps, principis m. chieftain, leader
sacerdos, sacerdotis m. priest
sermo, sermonis m. speech, conversation
saxum, -i n. rock
unda, -ae f. wave
to close, shut (claudo) claudo, claudere, clausi
to stick, be stuck (haereo) haereo, haerere, haesi
to delay, hinder (impedio) impedio, impedire, impedivi
to swim (nato) nato, natare, natavi
to be in charge of (praesum) praesum, praeesse, praefui
to return, go back (redeo) redeo, redire, redii
to lift up, take up (tollo) tollo, tollere, sustuli
to win, conquer (vinco) vinco, vincere, vici
alius, alia, aliud another, other
commodus, a, um convenient, useful
fractus, a, um broken
incolumis, is, e safe, unhurt
miser, misera, miserum unhappy, wretched, miserable
timidus, a, um scared, shy, frightened
etiam even, also
interea meanwhile
lente slowly
qui, quae, quod who, whose, whom, which, that
circum (+acc.) around
sub (+abl.) under
Created by: magisterkasparek