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latin words i no kno

Inquam say
lapsus sum having fallen, slipped, slithered, glided
aut or, either
aquila eagle
cecidi i fell
constituo decide, establish
dirus dreadful
erga towards
fossus having been dug
obviam eo meet, go to meet, oppose, resist
obsideo blockade, besiege
obses hostage
ob + acc because of, on account of
oblitus sum having been forgotten
nondum not yet
noceo i hurt
officium duty, task
onus burden, load
opera work, effort
operam do to give attention to
oportet be necessay, ought
etsi although
ergo therefore
facinus crime, outrage
insidiae ambush, trap, trick
idoneus suitable, convenient
impetus attack, impulse
inde from there
incito urge, encourage
huc here,to this place
fortasse perhaps
foedus treaty, agreement
fere nearly
facinus crime, outrage
fefelli I have cheated, decieved
excipio receive, welcome
eo there
egeo need, be in want of
efficio carry out
dolus trick, fraud
desino cease
confero compare, collect, contribute
infero inflict, cause, bring to
ingenium character, ability
acies military line
agmen column of men
cado, cadere, cecidi, casus i fall, to fall, i have fallen, having been fallen
cano, canere, cecini, cantus i sing, to sing, i have sang, having been sung
caveo, cavere, cavi, cautus i take care, to take care, i took care, having been taken care of
cedo, cedere, cessi, cessus i yield, to yield, i yielded, having been yielded
celo, celare, celavi, celatus i hide, to hide, i hid, having been hidden
cerno, cernere, crevi, cretus i see, to see, i saw, having been seen
colo, colere, colui, cultus i cultivate, to cultivate, i cultivated, having been cultivated
condo, condere, condidi, conditus i found,to found, i founded, having been founded
exitium ruin, destruction
causa + gen for the sake of
aggredior to advance, approach
iniquus unfair
inopia shortage, lack
insignis distinguished
instruo draw up, supply
laedo, laedere, laesi, laesus i am injured, to be injured, i was injured, having been injured
mando commit, entrust
mane in the early morning
mensis monthly
munio fortify, defend
munus service
nego refuse, deny
negotium business
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