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Vocab ~ Ch. 35

Latin Ch 35+36 Test

Latin WordEnglish WordOther
collis,collis, gen. pl.,collium hill Noun 3rd m.
Quirinalis, -is, -e Quirinal (Hill) Noun
credo, credere, credidi, creditus + dat to trust, believe Verb 3rd
deus, -i god Noun 2nd, m.
vulnus, vulneris wound Noun 3rd n.
ligo, -are, -avi, -atus to bind up Verb 1st
securus, -a, -um carefree, unconcerned adj. 1st+2nd
Subura, -ae Subura (Section of rome near Forum) Noun 1st f.
fustis, fustis, gen. pl., fustium club, cudgel Noun 3rd m.
timor, timoris fear noun pl. 2nd m.
affectus, -a, -um affected, overcome adj. 1st + 2nd
percutio, percutere, percussi, percussus to strike verb 3rd-io
corripio, corripere, corripui, correptus to seize, grab verb 3rd-io
adimo, adimere, ademi, ademptus + dat to take away (from) verb 3rd
diligens, diligentis diligent, painstaking, thorough adj. 3rd
celerius more quickly adv
facile easily adv
consecuti sunt they overtook verb form
fortissime most/very bravely adv.
tergum, -i back, rear noun 2nd n.
pronus, -a, -um face down adj. 1st+2nd
summus, -a, -um greatest, very great adj. 1st+2nd
gravis, -is, -e heavy, serious (grave) adj. 3rd
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