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Latin: Stage 4 Vocab

Test: January 13, 2012

argentariam banker's stall
Graecus Greek
probus honest
cur? why?
non adest is not here
in Graecia in Greece
tamen however
semper always
ego reddo I give back
ceram wax tablet
anulum ring
singum seal, sign
ego imprimo I press
tradit hands over
capit takes
currit runs
ad basilicam to the law court
iudex judge
quis? who?
Pompeianus a citizen of Pompeii, Pompeian
quid tu agis? what do you do?
ego I
tu you
in urbe in the city
cotidie every day
hodie today
debet owes
mendax liar
meus my, mine
testis witness
tuus your
tu accusas you accuse
tu rem non probas you do not prove the case
celat is hiding
ubi? where?
ego convinco I convict, I find guilty
agit does
negotium agit does business, works
coquit cooks
e, ex out of, from
eheu! alas! oh dear!
habet has
inquit says
mendax liar
pecunia money
perterritus terrified
poeta poet
quaerit searches for, looks for
satis enough
sed but
vendit sells
vocat calls
Created by: bridge13