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period 2 cb


lana,lanam wool
nuntius,nuntium messanger
fragor,fragorem crash,noise,din
urbs,urbem city
vox,vocem voice
alter,altera a/the second,the other
calidus,calida warm
ignavus,ignava cowardly,lazy
infirmus,infirma weak,shaky
perterritus,perterrita frightened,terrified
salvus,salva safe
sollicitus,sollicitus anxious,worried
strenuus,strenua active,energetic
temerirarius,temeraria rash,reckless,bold
eius his,her(s)
eos them
eum him
quae who
qui who
adiuvat,adiuvant:adiuvare to help
appropinquat,appropinquant:appropinquare to approach
curat,curant:curare to look after,take care of
docet,docent:docere to teach
lucet:lucere it is light, it is day
terret, terrent:terrere to frighten,terrify
ascendit, ascendunt: ascendere to climb
cadit, cadunt:cadere to fall
descendit, descendunt: descendere to come/go down, climb down
legit, legunt:legere to read
pettit, petunt: petere to look for,seek
reprehendit,reprehendunt: reprehendere to blame, scold
surgit,surgunt: surgere to get up, rise
arripit, arripiunt: arripere to grab hold of, snatch
conspicit, conspiciunt: conspicere to catch sight of
excipit, excipiunt: excipere to welcome
advenit, adveniunt: advenire to reach, arrive(at)
venit, veniunt: venire to come
est, sunt: esse to be
it, eunt: ire to go
exit, exerunt: exire to go out
redit, redeunt:redire to return
nolit, nolunt: nolle to be unwilling, not to wish
potest, possunt: posse to be able, (he/she/it/they)can
ad villam to/toward the country house
e villa from/out of the country house
prope rivum near the stream
adhuc still
etiam also, even
furtim stealthily
ibi there
mox soon
non not
nondum not yet
non iam no longer
nunc now
Created by: CrB



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