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Latin ch. 38-39

coepit he began
mensis, mensis, m. month
mare, maris, n. sea
navis, navis, f. ship
incendo, incendere, incendi, incensus to burn
patior, pati, passus sum to suffer, endure
quot how much/many...? (expects a cardinal no. answer)
finem recitandi fecit he made an end of reciting
verbum, i, n. word, verb
idem ac the same as
sic thus, in this way
comes, comitis, m/f. companion
antequam before
nusquam nowhere
moneo, monere, monui, monitus to advise, warn
deus, i, m. god
conticesco, conticescere, conticui to become silent
expergiscor, expergisci, experrectus sum to wake up
interest it is important
ferula, ae, f. cane
pareo, parere, parui, paritus (with dat) to obey
extendo, extendere, extendi, extensus to hold out
bellum, i, n. war
hiems, hiemis, f. winter
iactare to toss about
oppidum, i, n. town
trans (with acc) across
fundus, i, m. farm
lingua, ae, f. tongue, language
studeo, studere, studui (with dat) to be eager for, to study
migraro, migrare, migravi, migraturus to move one's home
aegrotare (aeger, aegra, aegrum) (aegroturus) to be sick/ill
interdum from time to time
nascor, nasci, natus sum to be born
vivo, vivere, vixi, victurus to live
morior, mori, mortuus sum to die
sepelio, sepalire, sepelivi, sepultus to bury
arma, armorum, n. arms, weapons
ora, ae, f. coast, shore
fatum, i, n. fate
profugus-a-um fugitive
litus, litoris, n. seashoer, beach
altum, i, n. sea, the deep
superi, orum, m. those above, the gods
saevus-a-um savage
memor, memoris be mindful of, remember (with gen)
ob (with acc) on account of
genus, generis, n. kind, race
moena, moenium, n. pl. city walls
quotus which, what number..? (expects a cardinal no. answer)
Created by: Rachaellynne