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Learning Vocab 3D

Purdue 3D

QuestionAnswer
Thanks, Recompense gratia,ae 1f
Help auxilium,i 2n
Hindrance impedimentum,i 2n
Desire, Love, Passion voluptas,atis 1f
Short, Brief brevis, breve 3rd decl., two termination
I Give orders (to), Command impero, imperare, imperavi, imperatus 1st conj *takes the dative
I Stand in the way of, Obstruct obsto, obstare, obstiti 1st conj. *takes the dative
I Pay attention to operam do, dare, dedi, datus 1st conj. *takes the dative
I Do Service to, Favour faveo, favere, favi, fautum 2nd conj. *takes the dative
I Obey pareo, parer, parui, paritum 2nd conj. *takes the dative
I Hold teneo, tenere, tenui 2nd conj.
It is permitted to x(dat) to y(infin) licet, licere, licuit/licitum est 2nd conj. *takes a dative
I thank gratias ago 3rd conj. *takes the dative
I am in charge of, at the head of praesum, praeesse, praefui, praefuturus irregular verb *takes the dative
(He) says inquit, inquam, inquis, inquiunt(pl)
Suddenly subito
Created by: talksalot