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Chapter 06

Wheelock's Latin Vocabulary - Chapter 06

QuestionAnswer
deus god dei, m.
discipula student discipulae, f.
discipulus student discipuli, m.
insidiae plot, ambush; treachery insidiarum
liber book libri, m.
tyrannus tyrant tyranni, m.
vitium crime, fault, vice vitii, n.
Graecus, a, um Greek adjective
perpetuus, a, um perpetual, lasting adjective
plenus, a, um full (of), abundant, generous adjective
salvus, a, um safe, sound adjective
secundus, a, um second; favorable adjective
vester, vestra, vestrum your (plural) possessive adjective
-que and enclitic conjunction
ubi where; when conjunction
ibi there adverb
nunc now adverb
quare why; therefore adverb
possum to be able posse, potui
tolero to bear, endure tolerare, toleravi, toleratum
dea goddess deae, f.
Created by: ejkotynski