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Unit 6 latin MBJH

QuestionAnswer
Absum abesse, afui, afuturus – be away
Afficio -ere, affeci, affectus - affect
Amittō -ere, amisi, amissus – let go
Audio -ire, ivi, itus - hear
Committo -ere, -misi, -missus - join together
Commodus -a, -um –suitable
Contineo -ēre, -ui, -tentus - hold together
Convenio -īre, -veni, -venturus come together
Convoco -āre, -avi, -atus –call together
Crās tomorrow
Dea -ae f. goddess
Firmus -a, -um, strong
Fugio -ere, fugi, fugiturus, run away
Iam already
Incipio -ere, incepi, inceptus, to begin
Inimīcus -a, -um unfriendly hostile
Lego -ere, legi, lectus gather
Liber libri, M. book
Medius -a, -um. middle
Miser -era, erum, unhappy
Nōscō -ere, novi, notus, learn
Otium oti n. leisure
Pauci -ae, a, a few
Perīculum -I n. danger
Perpetuus -a, -um, constant
Plenus -a, -um, level
Poeta -ae, m. poet
Praesidium di, n. reward
Prō in front of
Prōcēdō -ere, -cessi, -cessurus, go forward
Prōducō -ere, -duxi, -ductus lead out
Proelium -li, n. battle
Propero -āre, -avi, -aturus, hasten
Reduco -ere, -reduxi, reductus, lead back
Reliquus -a, -um, remaining
Retineō -tinēre, retinue, retentus keep
Sententia -ae f. feling
Sine without
Stadium di, n. eagerness
Tardus -a, -um, late
Traho -ere, traxi, tractus draw
Valeo -ēre, valui, valiturus, be well
Varius -a, -um changing
Ventus I, m. wind
Verbum I, n. word
Created by: eaglesoars