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period 2 MMW

Latin vocab that I need to work on for Latin 1 final

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lana, lanam wool
piscina, piscinam fishpond
silva, silvam woods, forest
ager, agrum field
molestus, molestum pest
nuntius, nuntium messenger
ramus, ramum branch
rivus, rivum stream
aestas, aestatem summer
clamor, clamorem shout, shouting
fragor, fragorem crash, noise
princeps, principem emperor
urbs, urbem city
vox, vocem voice
alter, altera the second, the other
calidus, calida warm
defessus, defessa tired
frigidus, frigida cool, cold
ignavus, ignava cowardly, lazy
infirmus, infirma weak, shaky
meus, mea my
molestus, molesta troublesome, annoying
occupatus, occupata busy
perterritus, perterrita frightened, terrified
salvus, salva safe
sollicitus, sollicita anxious, worried
solus, sola alone
strenuus, strenua active, energetic
temerarius, temeraria rash, reckless, bold
vicinus, vicina neighboring
ego I
eius his, her(s)
eos them
eum him
me me
quae who
qui who
te you
tu you
adiuvat, adiuvant: adiuvare to help
amat, amant: amare to like, love
appropinquat, appropinquant: apropinquare to approach
curat, curant: curare to look after, to take care of
errat, errant to wander
parat, parant: parare to prepare, get ready
purgat, purgant: purgare to clean
salutat, salutant: salutare to greet, welcome
vexat, vexant: vexare to annoy
docet, docent: docere to teach
Created by: megerz_marie