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Stage 26 Vocabulary

Cambridge Latin Course, Unit 3: Stage 26 Vocabulary Checklist (page 122)

LatinEnglish
accūsō, accūsāre, accūsāvī, accūsātus, -a, -um to accuse
antequam, conj. before
auferō, auferre, abstulī, ablātus, -a, -um to steal, take away
bellum, bellī, n. war
bellum gerō gerere, gessī, gestus, -a, -um to campaign, wage war
cohors, cohortis, f. cohort
colligō, colligere, collēgī, collēctus, -a, -um to collect
commōtus, commōta, commōtum, adj. excited, moved, upset
disciplīna, disciplīnae, f. discipline
doceō, docēre, docuī, doctus, -a, -um to teach
eō, adv. there, to that place
facinus, facinoris, n. crime
falsus, falsa, falsum, adj. dishonest, false
fidēs, fideī, f. belief, faith, loyalty, trustworthiness
īnsānus, īnsāna, īnsānum, adj. crazy, insane
īnstruō, īnstruere, īnstrūxī, īnstrūctus, -a, -um to draw up, instruct
lēgātus, lēgātī, m. commander, general, legate
num, adv. (in an indirect question) whether
occupō, occupāre, occupāvī, occupātus, -a, -um to invade, occupy, seize, take over
oportet, oportēre, oportuit (+ acc. and inf.) it is becomes necessary, right, proper; behooves
perfidia, perfidiae, f. dishonesty, faithlessness, perfidy, treachery
praebeō, praebēre, praebuī, praebitus, -a, -um to provide
prīncipia, prīncipiōrum, n. pl. headquarters
prōvincia, prōvinciae, f. province
quot, det. as many, how many
referō, referre, rettulī, relātus, -a, -um to bring back, deliver
rēgnum, rēgnī, n. kingdom, realm
saevus, saeva, saevum, adj. cruel, savage
sānē, sānius, sānissimē, adv. obviously
sānus, sāna, sānum, adj. healthy, sound
sī, conj. if
tribūnus, tribūnī, m. commander, tribune
ultimus, ultima, ultimum, adj. furthest
ut, conj. (+ subjn.) in order that, in order to, so that, that, to
victōria, victōriae, f. victory
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