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Using Latin I:XVIII

Beginning Latin

Adventus, -us (m.) Arrival, approach
Arcus, -us (m.) Bow, arch
Atrium, -i (n.) Atrium
Casus, -us (m.) Fall; Accident, chance, disaster
Fibula, -ae (f.) Brooch
Jussu At the order
Mille (pl. milia, -ium n.) Thousand & Thousands
Mille passus or mille passum A mile
Nutrix, -icis (f.) Nurse
Passus, -us (m.) Pace
Procus, -i (m.) Suitor, lover
Suspicio, -onis (f.) Suspicion
Vinum, -i (n.) Wine
Accendo, -cendere, -cendi, -censum To kindle, light, set on fire
Consumo, -sumere, -sumpsi, -sumptum To consume, devour, destroy
Culpo, -are, -avi, -atum To blame, censure, find fault with
Dimitto, -ere, -misi, -missum To dismiss, send away, send out, let go; To lose
Exploro, -are, -avi, -atum To explore
Intro, -are, -avi, -atum To enter
Lavo, lavare, lavi, lautum To bathe, wash
Possum, posse, potui To be able; Can
Tendo, -ere, tetendi, tentum To bend
Texo, -ere, -ui, textum To weave
Certus, -a, -um Certain, definite
Pro certo For sure
Fidelis, -e Faithful
idem, eadem, idem Same, the same
Ipse, ipsa, ipsum Self, himself, herself, itself; pl. Themselves; The very
Longaevus, -a, -um Aged, old
Viginti Twenty
Huc To this place, here, hither
Item Likewise
Recte Rightly
Tam So
Praeter + acc. Past; Except
Atque And, and also
Created by: Hamilcar