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Wheelocks Ch29

fatum fati, n; fate
ingenium ingenii, n; nature
genus gens, gigno; to create
moenia moenium, n pl; walls of a city
munio to fortify
nata natae, f; daughter
natura natalis; of birth
osculum osculi, n; kiss
sidus sideris, n; star
dignus digna, dignum + abl; worthy
durus dura, durum; hard
tantus tanta, tantum; so large
denique adv; at last
ita adv, used with adjs, vbs, and advs; so
quidem postpositive adv; indeed
sic adv, mostly with vbs; so
tam adv, with adjs, advs; to such a degree
tamquam as it were
vero adv; in truth
condo condere, condidi, conditum; to put together
contendo contendere, contendi, contentum; contend
mollio mollire, mollivi, mollitum; to soften
mollis soft
pugno pugnare, pugnavi, pugnatum; to fight
respondeo respondere, respondi, responsum; to answer
surgo surgere, surrexi, surrectum; to get up
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