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Chapters 12-13

Wheelock's Latin Vocabulary - Chapters 12-13

Asia Asia Minor Asiae, f.
Caesar Caesar Caesaris, m.
mater mother matris, f.
medicus doctor medici, m.
pater father patris, m.
patientia patience, suffering patientiae, f.
principium beginning principii, n.
acerbus, a, um bitter, harsh adjective
pro before, in front of; for the sake of prep. + abl.
diu for a long time adverb
nuper recently adverb
amitto to lose amittere, amisi, amissum
cado to fall cadere, cecidi, casurum
creo to create creare, creavi, creatum
adulescens young man; young woman adulescentis, m/f
factum deed facti, n.
signum sign signi, n.
ipse, ipsa, ipsum -self, the actual, the very intensive pronoun
quisque, quidque each indefinite pronoun
sui, sibi, se, se -self reflexive prounoun
doctus, a, um learned adjective
fortunatus, a, um fortunate adjective
suus, a, um -self's own reflexive possessive adjective
nam for conjunction
ante before prep. + acc.
per through; by (with the reflexive) prep. + acc.
olim once, at that time (past or future) adverb
alo to nourish alere, alui, altum
diligo to love diligere, dilexi, dilectum
iungo to join iungere, iunxi, iunctum
sto to stand stare, steti, statum
divitiae riches divitiarum, f.
annus year anni, m.
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