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CLA Latin Vocab - P

CLA Latin Vocab

QuestionAnswer
palat(um) palate
palli(um) coat
palm(a) palm
palpa(re) palpat(um) to stroke or pat
papul(a) pimple
para(re) parat(um) to get ready
pare(re) part(um) to give birth to
pars part(is) parti(re) partit(um) part; to divide
pate(re) patr(is) father
pate(re) lie open
pati pass(um) to suffer
pect(us) pector(is) chest
pelle(re) puls(um) to push
pelv(is) basin
pende(re) pens(um) to hang
pen(is) tail
penn(a) pinn(a) plum(a) feather
pes ped(is) foot
pete(re) petit(um) to seek
pinge(re) pict(um) to paint
pil(a) ball
pil(us) hair
pisc(is) fish
plant(a) to sprout
plant(a) sole of foot
plan(us) flat or level
plecte(re) plex(um) to plait,interweave
plica(re) plicat(um); -ple to fold; fold
plumb(um) lead
plus plur(is) more
pollen pollin(is) fine flour
pone(re) posit(um) to put
palpita(re) to throb
Created by: chloe_g17