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Russell-Stage 17

agmen, agminis, n. column (of people), procession
animus, animi, m. soul, mind
ara, arae, f. altar
impetus, impetus (4 decl.), m. attack
insula, insulae, f. island
litus, litoris, n. shore
multitudo, multitudinis, m. crowd
benignus, benigna, benignum kind
exanimatus, exanimata, exanimatum unconscious
facilis, facilis, facile easy
invitus, invita, invitum unwilling
maximus, maxima, maximum very large, greatest
pauci, paucae, pauca few, a few
appropinquo, appropinquare, appropinquavi, appropinquatus (+ dat. d.o.) to approach, come near to
haereo, haerere (2nd conj.), hausi, hausus to stick, cling
pervenio, pervenire, perveni, perventus to reach, arrive at
recipio, recipere, recepi, receptus to recover, take back
resisto, resistere, restiti (+ dat. d.o.) to resist
soleo, solere (2nd conj.) to be accustomed
bene well
diu for a long time
graviter seriously
huc here, to this place
itaque and so, therefore
numquam never
quondam one day, once
a/ab (+ abl.) away from
sine (+ abl.) without
Created by: jeremaius