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Wheelock Ch 05 Eric

Wheelock's Latin Chapter 5

adulēscentia, -ae, f., youth, young manhood, youthfulness "adolescent"
animus, -ī m., soul, spirit, mind "unanimous, magnanimous"
caelum, -ī n., sky, heaven "ceiling, celestial"
culpa, -ae f., fault, blame "culprit, culpable"
glōria, -ae f., glory, fame "glorious, glorify"
verbum, -ī n., word "verb, verbal, proverb"
pronoun, acc. & abl. sg. you, yourself
līber, lībera, līberum adj., free "liberty, liberal"
noster, nostra, nostrum adj., our, ours "nostrum"=quack drug
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum adj., beautiful, hadnsome, fine "pulchritude"=physical beauty
sanus, -a, -um adj., sound, healthy, sane "sane, sanitation, insane"
igitur conj., (postpositive), therefore, consequently
-ne enclitic added to the first word of a sentence, indicates a question, the answer to which is unknown
propter prep. + acc., on account of, because of (post hoc, ergo propter hoc=after this, therefore on account of this)
crās adv., tomorrow "procrastinate"
herī adv., yesterday
quandō interrogative, when
sī quandō idiom, if ever
satis indeclinable noun (n.,), adj. & adv., enough (satiāre=to satisfy) "satisfy, insatiable"
tum adv., then, at that time, thereupon, in the next place
cēnō, cēnāre (1) to dine "cenacle"=the room the Last Supper took place
culpō, culpāre (1) to blame "culprit, culpable"
remaneō, remanēre, remānsī, remānsum (2) to remain, stay, stay behind, abide, continue "remain"
mānō, mānēre, mānsī, mānsum (2) to remain, stay, stay behind, abide, continue "permanent, mansion, immanent, remnant, manor"
superō, superāre (1) to be above, to overcome, to conquer
super prep. + abl. or acc. above "Superman"
animī, -ōrum m., pl., high spirits, pride, courage "unanimous, magnanimous"
Created by: erictull