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Chapters 29-30

Wheelock's Latin Vocabulary - Chapters 29-30

moenia walls of a city moenium, n.
nata daughter natae, f.
osculum kiss osculi, n.
sidus constellation, star sideris, n.
dignus, a, um worthy, worthy of adjective + abl.
durus, a, um hard, harsh adjective
tantus, a, um so large, so great adjective
denique at last, finally, lastly adverb
ita so, thus adverb
quidem indeed, at least, even postpositive, adverb
ne . . . quidem not . . . even adverb
sic so, thus adverb
tam so, to such a degree adverb
tam . . . quam so . . . as adverb
tamquam as it were adverb
vero in truth, indeed adverb
condo to put together, found, establish condere, condidi, conditum
contendo to contend; hasten contendo, contendere, contendi, contentum
mollio to soften, make calm mollire, mollivi, mollitum
pugno to fight pugnare, pugnavi, pugnatum
respondeo to answer respondere, respondi, responsum
surgo to get up, arise surgere, surrexi, surrectum
fatum fate; death fati, n.
ceteri, ae, a the remaining, the rest plural adjective
quantus, a, um how large, how great adjective
tantus . . . quantus just as much/many . . . as adjective
ridiculus, a, um laughable, ridiculous adjective
vivus, a, um living adjective
furtim secretly, stealthily adverb
mox soon adverb
primo at first, at the beginning adverb
repente suddenly adverb
unde from where, from which, from whom adverb
utrum . . . an whether . . . or conjunction
bibo to drink bibere, bibi
cognosco to get to know cognoscere, cognovi, cognotum
comprehendo to arrest; understand comprehendere, comprehendi, comprehensum
consumo to consume, use up consumere, consumpsi, consumptum
dubito to doubt, hesitate dubitare, dubitavi, dubitatum
expono to set forth, explain, expose exponere, exposui, expositum
minuo to diminish, lessen minuere, minui, minutum
rogo to ask rogare, rogavi, rogatum
honor honor; public office honoris, m.
ingenium nature, innate talent ingenii, n.
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