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Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3: Stage 22 vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
adeptus having obtained
amor love
aureus golden
avide avid, obsessed, fanatic, eager
caelum sky
decipio deceive
dirus dreadful, aweful
dissentio to disagree
eligo to choose
exitium ruin, destruction
fundo to pour
hostis enemy
iacto to throw, hurl, toss
incipio to begin
ingressus having gone in
inicio to throw in
lacrima a tear
minimus least, smallest
molestus annoying
moneo to warn, advise
parco to spare
precatus having prayed
prudentia good judgement
quantus how much, how many
quo modo how, in which way
tardus late, slow
tutus safe
verbum words
virtus courage
vito to avoid
adeptus having obtained
amor love
aureus golden
avide avid, obsessed, fanatic, eager
caelum sky
decipio deceive
dirus dreadful, aweful
dissentio to disagree
eligo to choose
exitium ruin, destruction
fundo to pour
hostis enemy
iacto to throw, hurl, toss
incipio to begin
ingressus having gone in
inicio to throw in
lacrima a tear
minimus least, smallest
molestus annoying
moneo to warn, advise
parco to spare
precatus having prayed
prudentia good judgement
quantus how much, how many
quo modo how, in which way
tardus late, slow
tutus safe
verbum words
virtus courage
vito to avoid
Created by: rhgoldie