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ch 7 latin vocab

QuestionAnswer
convoco, convcare 1st conj; "to call together" der. convocation
navigo, navigare 1st conj. "to sail" der. navigate
pugno, pugnare 1st conj. "to fight" der. pugnacious
oppugno, oppugnare 1st conj. "to attack" der. pugnacious
pugna, pugnae, f 1st decl. "a fight" der. pugnacious
defendo, defendere 3rd conj. "to defend" der. defend
occido, occidere 3rd conj. "to kill" der. suicide
resisto, resistere 3rd conj. "to resist" der. resist
vinco, vincere 3rd conj. "to conquer" der. invincible
capio, capere 3rd conj. "to take" der. captivate
fugio, fugere 3rd -io conj. "to flee" der. fugitive
omnis, omne 1st and 2nd decl. "all, everyone" der. omnivore
carus, cara, carum 1st and 2nd decl. "dear" der. caress
urbs, urbis, f. 3rd decl. i-stem. "city" der. urban
rex, regis, m. 3rd decl. "king" der. regalia
iacio, iacere 3rd-io conj. "to throw" der. reject
fortis, forte 1st and 2nd decl. "brave" der. fortitude
fortiter adverb; "bravely" der. fortitude
ira, irae, f. 1st decl. "anger" der. irate
canis, canis, m. 3rd decl. "dog" der. canine
comes, comitis, m. 3rd decl. "comrade" der. concomitant
frater, fratris, m. 3rd decl. "brother" der. fraternity
navis, navis, f. 3rd i-stem decl. "ship" der. navy
pater, patris, m. 3rd decl. "father" der. paternal
princeps, principis, m. 3rd decl. "prince" der. prince
Created by: fitzgeralde