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Wheelock's Latin 16

Vocab from Wheelock's Latin Chapter 16

TermDefinition
Aetas, Aetatis, f. Period of life, life, age, an age, time
Auditor, Auditoris, m Hearer, listener, member of a audience
Clementia, Clementiae, f Mildness, gentleness, mercy
Mens, Mentis, f Mind, thought, intention
Satura, Saturae, f Satire
Acer, Acris, Acre Sharp, keen, eager; severe, fiece
Brevis, Breve Short, small, brief
Celer, Celeris, Celere Quick, swift, rapid
Difficilis, Difficile Difficult, hard
Dulcis, Dulce Sweet; pleasant, agreeable
Facilis, Facile Easy, agreeable
Fortis, Forte Strong, brave
Ingens, gen. Ingentis Huge
Iucundus, Iucunda, Iucundum Pleasant, delightful, agreeable, pleasing
Longus, Longa, Longum Long
Omnis, Omne Every, all
Potens, gen. Potentis Able, powerful, mighty, strong
Senex, gen. Senis Old, aged; old man
Quam How
Rego, Regere, Rexi, Rectum Rule, guild, direct
Created by: rain22