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Chapter 22

Wheelock's Latin Vocabulary - Chapter 22

ferrum iron; sword ferri, n.
fides faith, trust; promise fidei, f.
ignis fire ignis, m.
modus measure; limit; way modi, m.
res thing rei, f.
res publica state, republic rei publicae, f.
spes hope spei, f.
aequus, a, um level, equal, fair adjective
felix, felicis (gen.) lucky, happy adjective
incertus, a, um uncertain adjective
Latinus, a, um Latin adjective
medius, a, um middle of adjective
quondam formerly, once adverb
ultra on the other side, beyond adverb or prep. + acc.
protinus immediately adverb
cerno to discern, distinguish cernere, crevi, cretum
eripio to snatch away; rescue eripere, eripui, ereptum
inquit he says, said irregular verb
tollo to lift up; take away tollere, sustuli, sublatum
dies day diei, m.
Created by: ejkotynski