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Latin Flashcards #21

Latin flashcards #21

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tamen (conjunction) nevertheless, still yet (postpositive which means it cannot occur first in its clause. It is usually the second word.)
brevis, breve (adj. of two terminations) short, brief ((brevï tempore (or brevï) means in a short time, soon))
äcer, äcris, äcre (adjective of three terminations) sharp, fierce
surgö, surgere, surrëxï, surrëctum (v.) rise, stand up
potëns (genitive: potentis) (adj. of one termination) powerful
facilis, facile (adj. of two terminations) easy
nam (conjunction) for
similis, simile (adj. of two terminations - used with dative case) like, similar
fortis, forte (adj. of two terminations) brave
mittö, mittere, mïsï, missum (v.) send, let go
Created by: Ugroves