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LA3 - C9 New

Latin Alive 3 - Chapter 9 New Vocabulary

TermDefinition
absum, abesse, āfuī, āfutūrum to be absent, be away; be distant (from)
angustus, -a, -um narrow, constrained; small
attingō, -tingere, -tigī, -tāctum to touch upon
contineō, -tinēre, -tinuī, -tentum to contain
cōtidiānus, -a, -um daily
cultus, cultūs, m. agriculture; culture [review]
differt / differunt to be different, differ; inter sē differunt "differ from one another"
dolor, dolōris, m. pain
exeō, exīre, exiī, exitum to go out, exit (cf. eō)
fīnitimus, -a, -um neighboring, adjacent
initium, -ī, n. beginning
mercātor, mercātōris, m. merchant
mōns, montis, m. mountain; mountain range [review]
nātūra, -ae, f. nature
occāsus, -ūs, m. fall; falling of the sun; west (see occidō)
occidō, -cidere, -cidī, -cāsum to fall; set; die
oriēns (participle of orior) rising
orior, orīrī, ortus sum to rise
pars, partis, f. part; side, direction [review]
pertineō, -tinēre, -tinuī (+ ad.) to reach, extend to, pertain to
proptereā quod, adv. because of the fact that; because
septentriōnēs, -um, m. (pl.) north (the seven ploughing oxen - a constellation)
undique, adv. from all sides; from everywhere; everywhere (cf. unde)
vagor, vagārī, vagātus sum to wander (of one's own free will)
Created by: ScholeLatin
 

 



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