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Stage 16 Vocab

Words 1-30

WordDictionary Entry
Aedifico Aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi, aedificatus: Build (Verb)
Auxilium Auxilium, auxilii, n.: Help
Consentio Consentio, consentire, consensi, consensus: Agree
Consilium Consilium, Consilii, n.: Plan, Idea
Contra Contra (Preposition of the Accusative case): Against
Deinde Deinde: Then
Delecto Delecto, delectare, delectavi, delectatus: Delight
Derideo Derideo, deridere, derisi, derisus: Mock, Make fun of
Dimitto Dimitto, dimittere dimisi, dimisus: Send away, dismiss
Effugio Effugio, effugere, effugi, effugitus: Escape
Explorator Explorator, Exploratoris, m.: Scout, Spy
Faber Faber, fabri, m.: Craftsman
Flos Flos, Floris, m.: Flower
Imperator Imperator, imperatoris, m.: emperor
inter inter (preposition of the accusative case): among, between
impello impello, impellere, implui, impulsus: Push, force
ita ita: In this way, thus, so
melior melius (Comparative adjective): better
Created by: 2baruss.