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Lingua - Cap XIV

Chapter 14 of Lingua Latina

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gallus, -ī cock, rooster
vestīmentum, -ī garment, clothing
tunica, -ae tunic
toga, -ae toga
calceus, -ī shoe
parentēs , -um parents
tabula, -ae writing-tablet
stilus, -ī stylus
rēgula, -ae ruler
rēs, -reī thing, matter, affair
apertus, -a, -um open
clausus, -a, -um closed, shut
sordidus, -a, -um dirty, mean, base
pūrus, -a, -um clean, pure
nūdus, -a, -um naked
togātus, -a, -um wearing the toga
dexter, -tra, -trum right, the right (hand)
sinister, -tra, -trum left, the left (hand)
omnis, -e all, every
cubāre, -uisse, -itum lie (in bed)
vigilāre be awake
valēre be strong, be well
excitāre wake up, arouse
surgere, sur-rexisse rise, get up
afferre, at-tulisse, al-latum bring (to, forward, about)
lavāre, -lavisse, -lautum wash, bathe
mergere, -sisse, -sum dip, plunge, sink
solēre, -itum, -esse be accustomed
frīgēre be cold
poscere, poposcisse demand, call for
vestīre dress
induere, -uisse, -utum, indutus +abl put on (clothes), dressed in
gerere, gessisse, gestum carry, wear, carry on, do
inquit, -iunt, inquam (he/she) says/said, I say
uterque, utra-, utrum- each of the two, both
neuter, -tra, -trum neither
alter, -era, -erum one, the other, second
uter?, utra-, utrum- each of the two, both
mihi me
tibi ?
mēcum ?
tēcum, -ī roof
sēcum ?
nihil/nil nothing
quōmodo how
hodiē today
adhūc so far, till now, still
prīmum first
deinde/dein afterward, then
praeter past, besides, except
an or
valē, -ēte farewell, goodbye
participium participle
Created by: suzie865