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Latin II Chapter IV

TermDefinition
Agmen, Agmenis N, Marching column
Pons, Pontis M, Bridge
Porta, Portae F, Gate
Victor, Victoris M, Victor
Ingens, Ingentis Huge
Ligneus -a -um Made of wood
Quantus -a -um How much, how great
Tutus -a -um Safe
Vacuus -a -um Empty of (abl)
Aperio, aperire, aperui, apertum To open
Coepi, coepisse, coeptum To begin (inf)
Defendo, defendere, defendi, defensum To defend
Edo, edere, edidi, editum To produce, give forth
Furo, furere, furui, ---- To rage, be insane
Invado, invadere, invasi, ---- To burst in
Parco, parcere, peperci, ----- To spare (dat)
Resisto, Resistere, Resistiti, ---- To resist (dat)
Recipio, recipere, recepi, receptum To receive
Me recipio I retreat
Valeo, valere, valui, ---- to be able inf; to be in good health
Primo At first
Quam How (in direct questioning and exclamations)
Simul At the same time, simultaneously
Extra Outside of the acc
nec....nec... Neither.....nor.....
Utinam If only
Created by: parker.fletcher