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Chapter 16 Vocab

aureus aurea aureum adjective golden
dignus digna dignum adjective worthy
doctus docta doctum adjective learned, skilled
gravis gravis grave adjective heavy, serious, important
sacer sacra sacrum adjective sacred, consecrated
cornu cornus n noun horn
preces precum m noun prayer
sacerdos sacerdotis m&f noun priest, priestess
sacrificium sacrifici n noun sacrifice
verbum verbi n noun word
qui quae quod relative pronoun who, which, that
conficio, conficere confeci, confectus verb to complete, to finish, to accomplish
credo, credere credidi, creditum verb to trust, to believe (takes a dative object)
dono, donare donavi, donatum verb to give, to present
fluo, fluere fluxi, verb to flow
offero, offerre obtuli, oblatum verb to offer
oro, orare oravi, oratum verb to speak, to beg, to pray
teneo, tenere tenui, tentus verb to hold, keep
Created by: katebeach