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latin 3b


abriopio -ere, -ui, -repyum -carry off, snatch
aestus -us, m. - boiling (surge) tide
agger -eris, m. mound, wall, bank
appareo -ere, -ui, -itum, -appear
cingo -ere, cinxi, cinctum, -gird(le), encircle
commoveo move, disturb
compages -is, f. -joint, seam, fastening
dehinc then, thereupon
dehisco -ere, dehiui, -gape, split, open
dolus -i,n. -deceit, wiles, trick, fraud
dorsum i, n. -back, ridge, reef
excutio -ere, -cussi, -cussum, -cast out, shake off
fatisco -ere, -split open, open
fidus -a, -um -faithful, trustworthy
gaza -ae, f. -treasure, wealth
grandaevus -a, -um, -aged, old
gurges -itis, m. -abyss, gulf, whirlpool
harena -ae, f. -sand, beach
hiems hiemis, f. -winter, storm
imber imbris, m. -rain, flood water
immanis -e, -huge, monstrous, enormous, mighty, dreadful, cruel, atrocious
inlido -ere, -si, -sus, -dash against (+Dat)
iterea -meanwhile, meantime
misceo -ere, -ui, mixtum, -mix, confuse, stir
miserabilis -e, -pitiable, wretched (cf miser - miserable)
no (1) swim, float
placidus -a, -um, -calm, quiet, peaceful
pronus -a, -um, - leaning forward, headlong
prospicio -ere, prospexi, prospectum, -look out (on), see
rarus -a, -um -scattered, far up
refundo -ere, refudi, refusum, - pour fourth
rima -ae, f. -crack, fissure
ruina -ae, f. -ruin, downfall
stagnum -i, n. -still waters, depth
syrtis -is, f. -sand bar, reef
tabula -ae, f, -plank, board
torqueo -ere, -rsi, -rtum, -turn, twist, whirl
urgeo -ere, -ursi, -drive, force, press
vadum -i, n. -shallow, shoal, depth(s), ford
vertex -icis, m. -top, summit, whirlpool
visus -sight, vision, (cf video -see)
voro swallow (up)
Created by: betsyenmj