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Inherent to Cambridge Latin Course

Vocable Translation
nonnulli/nonnullae/nonnulla, AO Adjective several, some, a few
adiuvo, adiuvas, adiuvare A, adiūvi, adiūtum Verb help
annus, anni [m.] O Noun year
barbarus, barbari [m.] O Noun savage, barbarian, foreigner
celo, celas, celare A, celavi, celatum Verb conceal, hide, keep secret, disguise, keep in...
circum ( +ACC) Preposition around
deicio, deicis, deicere M, dejeci, dejectum Verb throw/pour/jump/send/put/push/force/knock/bring...
durus/dura/durum, AO Adjective hard, harsh, rough, stern, unfeeling, hardy, difficult
efficio, efficis, efficere M, effeci, effectum Verb bring about, effect, execute, cause,...
extraho, extrahis, extrahere C, extraxi, extractum Verb drag out, prolong, rescue, extract, remove
fidus/fida/fidum, AO Adjective faithful, loyal, trusting, confident
fons, fontis [m.] M Noun fontain, source
gravis/grave, gravis M Adjective heavy, heavily
haruspex, haruspicis [m.] C Noun soothsayer, diviner, inspector of entrails of victims
hora, horae [f.] A Noun hour
infelix, infelicis M Adjective unfortunate, unhappy, wretched, unlucky,...
iubeo, iubes, iubere E, iussi, iussum Verb command, order, require
morbus, morbi [m.] O Noun disease, sickness
nuper Adverb newly, lately, recently, not long ago
occupatus/occupata/occupatum, AO Adjective occupied, busy
oppidum, oppidi [n.] O Noun town, city
peritus/perita/peritum, AO Adjective skilled, skillful, experienced, expert, with gen
plenus/plena/plenum, AO Adjective full, plump, satisfied
plus, pluris M Adjective more, several. many, (COMP of multus)
pretium, pretii [n.] O Noun price, value, wage, salary
sapiens, sapientis M Adjective rational, sane, of sound mind, wise,...
suscipio, suscipis, suscipere M, suscepi, susceptum Verb undertake, take on
unde Adverb wherefrom, whence, since
ā, ab ( ABL) Preposition by

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