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Chapter 39

Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
verbum, i (n) word, verb
idem ac the same as
sic thus, in this way
comes, comitis (m/f) companion
antequam before
nusquam nowhere
moneo, -ere, -ui, -itus (2) to warn, advise
dormito, -are, -avi (1) to be sleepy
contesco, contescere, conticui (3) to become silent
animadverto, animadvertere (3) to notice
expergiscor, expergiscere, experrectus sum (3) to wake up
interest it is important
ferula, ae (f) cane
pareo, -ere, -ui (2) to obey
extendo, extendere, extendi, extentus (3) to hold out
bellum, i (n) war
hiems, hiemis (f) winter
iacto, -are, -avi, -atus (1) to toss about, drive to and fro
oppidum, i (n) town
trans across
nascor, nasci, natus sum (3) to be born
morior, mori, mortuus sum (3) to die
sepilio, sepilire, sepilivi, sepultus (4) to bury
fundus, i (m) farm
Created by: hflmagistra