Wheelock's Latin

Wheelock's Latin - Term Definition me me myself Term...

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Term: me Definition: me, myself Term: quid Definition: what Term: nihil Definition: nothing Term: non Definition: not Term: saepe Definition: often
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Term: si Definition: if Term: amare Definition: to love, like Term: cogitare Definition: to think, ponder, consider, plan Term: debere Definition: to owe; ought, must Term: dare Definition: to give, offer
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Term: errare Definition: to wander; err, go astray, make a mistake, be mistaken Term: laudare Definition: to praise Term: Insert term Definition: Insert definition Term: Insert term
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