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Aeneid Vocabulary Verbs 5-9 times frequency (abeo-cogo)

abeo abire, abii (abivi), abitus to go away
accendo accendere, accendi, accensus to set on fire
accingo accingere, accinxi, accinctus to gird, surround; to equip, arm; to prepare, get ready (for)
addo addere. addidi, additus to add
adeo adire, adii (adivi), aditus to come to, approach
adfor adfari, adfatus sum to speak to, address
adloquor adloqui, adlocutus sum to speak to, address
agnosco agnoscere, agnovi, agnitus to recognize
amitto amittere, amisi, amissus to send away; to lose
amplector amplecti, amplexus sum to embrace
aperio aperire, aperui, apertus to open, open up, reveal
appareo apparere, apparui, apparitus to appear
armo (1) to fit with weapons, arm, equip
arrigo arrigere, arrexi, arrectus to erect; to arouse, excite; to prick up (ears)
asto astare, astiti to stand by/nearby; to stand at/on/in; to stand still
attollo attollere to raise, lift up, elevate
avello avellere, avulsi, avulsus to pluck off, tear/wrench away; to take away
averto avertere, averti, aversus to turn away, divert
cano canere, cecini, cantus to sing, chant; to sing about, celebrate; to prophesy, foretell
cedo cedere, cessi, cessus (+ dat.) to yield to, give in to
certo (1) to contend (for superiority), compete; to contend in battle, fight; to struggle, labor
cingo cingere, cinxi, cinctus to surround, encircle; to gird up one's dress (for action); to gird, equip
circumdo circumdare, circumdedi, circumdatus to surround
claudo claudere, clausi, clausus to shut, close; to shut in, enclose
cogo cogere, coegi, coactus to compel, force
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