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Verba - Stage 17

Stage 17 Vocabulary - Cambridge

TermDefinition
agmen, agminis n. procession, line-up
ara, -ae f. altar
impetus, -us m. attack
insula, -ae f. island, apartment building
litus, litoris n. shore, seashore
multitudo, multitudinis f. crowd, large number
to approach appropinquo, appropinquare, appropinquavi, appropinquaturus (+dat.)
to stick, be stuck haereo, haerere, haesi, haesurus
to receive recipio, recipere, recepi, receptus
to resist resisto, resistere, restiti
soleo, solere (+infinitive) to be accustomed to, to usually
benignus, a, um kind, nice
exanimatus, a, um unconscious
invitus, a, um unwilling
pauci, paucae, pauca a few, few, several
diu for a long time
graviter seriously
huc here, to this place, hither
numquam never
quondam once, one day
a/ab (+abl.) away from, by
sine (+abl.) without
Created by: magisterkasparek