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Verba - Stage 18

Stage 18 Vocabulary - Cambridge

TermDefinition
caput, capitis n. head
dea, -ae f. goddess
manus, -us f. hand
pars, partis f. part
praesidium, - i n. protection, defense
coepi to begin
to get to know, come to know cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi, cognotus
to stand one's ground, stand firm consisto, consistere, constiti, constitus
to leave, depart discedo, discedere, discessi, discessurus
to break frango, frangere, fregi, fractus
to block, obstruct, get in the way of obsto, obstare, obstiti (+dat.)
to refuse recuso, recusare, recusavi, recusatus
to rage, be in a rage saevio, saevire, saevii, saeviturus
aequus, a, um equal, even, fair
sacer, sacra, sacrum holy, sacred
fortasse perhaps, maybe
ibi there
libenter gladly
postea afterwards, after
postremo finally, lastly
quo...? where to?
pro (+abl.) for, in front of
nam for (as in because or since)
neque...neque... neither...nor...
ut as, when
Created by: magisterkasparek