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1. Begin Verbs P2

Second file of verbs for Beginnings section review vocab

QuestionAnswer
abicere (-isse, -um) to throw away (abiēcisse, abiectum)
accipere (-isse, -um) to receive (accēpisse, acceptum)
aufugere (-isse) to flee, run away (aufūgisse)
capere (-isse, -um) to capture (cēpisse, captum)
fugere (-isse) to flee (fūgisse)
iacere (-isse, -um) to throw(iēcisse, iactum)
interficere (-isse, -um) to kill (interfēcisse, interfectum)
parere to give birth to
percutere to beat
rapere (-isse, -um) to take by force (rapuisse, raptum)
recipere (-isse, -um) to receive (recēpisse, receptum)
suscipere (-isse, -um) to undertake (suscēpisse, suscēptum)
aperīre (-isse, -um) to open/uncover (aperuisse, apertum)
operīre (-isse, -um) to cover (operuisse, opertum)
pervenīre (-isse, -um) to arrive (pervēnisse, perventum)
scīre (-isse, -um) to know (scīvisse, scītum)
venire (-isse, -um) to come (vēnisse, ventum)
abīre to go away
auferre(-isse, -um) to carry away (abstulisse, ablatum)
coepisse to begin, to have begun (no pres, imp, fut tenses)
de-esse to be missing
fīerī to become
inquit says, said
nolle to not want
perīre to perish
posse to be able
prae-esse to be in charge of
velle to wish or want
Created by: CCSLatinThree