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Inherent to Cambridge Latin Course

Vocable Translation
adeptus, adeptus [m.] U Noun attainment, an obtaining
amo, amas, amare A, amavi, amatum Verb love
aureus/aurea/aureum, AO Adjective golden
avide Adverb greedy, eager, ardent, desirous of,...
caelum, caeli [n.] O Noun heaven, sky
decipio, decipis, decipere M, decepi, deceptum Verb cheat, deceive, mislead, dupe, trap,...
dirus/dira/dirum, AO Adjective awful/dire/dreadful (omen),...
dissentio, dissentis, dissentire I, dissensi, dissensum Verb dissent, disagree, differ
eligo, eligis, eligere C, elegi, electum Verb pick out, choose
exitium, exitii [n.] O Noun destruction, ruin
fundo, fundis, fundere C, fudi, fusum Verb pour, cast (metals), scatter, shed, rout
hostis, hostis [m.] M Noun enemy
iacto, iactas, iactare A, iactavi, iactatum Verb To throw
incipio, incipis, incipere M, coepi, inceptum Verb start
ingredior, ingredieris, ingredii C, ingressus sum (Dep.) Verb advance, walk, enter, step/go into, undertake, begin
lacrima, lacrimae [f.] A Noun tear, teardrop
minimus/minima/minimum, AO Adjective smallest
molestus/molesta/molestum, AO Adjective annoying, troublesome, tiresome, [molestus...
moneo, mones, monere E, monui, monitum Verb urge, warn
parco, parcis, parcere C, peperci, parsurum Verb be lenient , spare
precatus, precatus [m.] U Noun prayer, request
prudens, prudentis M Adjective aware, skilled, sensible, prudent, farseeing,...
quantus/quanta/quantum, AO Adjective how large, how great, how much
quō modō? Adverb how?
tardus/tarda/tardum, AO Adjective slow, limping, deliberate, late
tutus/tuta/tutum, AO Adjective safe, prudent, secure, protected
verbum, verbi [n.] O Noun word
virtus, virtutis [f.] C Noun bravery, fortitude, virtue
vito, vitas, vitare A, vitavi, vitatum Verb avoid, shun

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