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Wheelocks Latin 13 V

Wheelocks latin chapter 13 vocab

QuestionAnswer
Divitiae, Divitiarum F. Riches, wealth
Factum, Facti N. Deed, Act, Achievement
Signum, Signi N. Sign, Signal, Indication
Ipse, Ipsa, Ipsum Intensive pronoun. Myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, etc. The very, The actual
Quisque, Quidque Indefinte pronoun. Each one, Each person, Each thing
Sui Reflexive pronoun. Himself, herself, itself, themselves
Doctus, Docta, Doctum Taught, learned, skilled
Fortunatus, Fortunata, Fortunatum Lucky, fortunate, happy
Suus, Sua, Suum Reflexive possessive. His own, her own, its own, their own
Nam Conj. For
Ante Preposition + accusative. Before (place or time), in front of
Per Preposition + Accusative. Through, thoroughly, completely
Olim Adverb. At that time, Once, Formerly
Alo, Alere, Alui, Altum To nourish, support, sustain, increase
Diligo, Diligere, Dilexi, Dilectum To esteem, love
Iungo, Iungere, Iunxi, Iunctum To join
Sto, Stare, Steti, Statum To stand, Stand still or firm
Created by: Kiernan