Chapter 22 Vocab

Chapter 22 Vocab - Middle(used partitively the middle of...

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Chapter 22 diEs, diEI (m) day ferrum, I (n) iron; sword fidEs, fideI (f) faith, trust, trustworthiness, fidelity, promise ignis, ignis (m) fire modus-I (m) measure, bound, limit, manner, method, mode rEs, reI (f) thing, matter, business, affair rEs pUblica, reI pUblicae (f) state, commonwealth, republican spEs, speI (f) hope aequus-a-um Level, even, calm, equal, just,favorable felIx, fElIcis Lucky, fortunate, happy incertus-a-um Uncertain, unsure, doubtful LatInus-a-um Latin medius-a-um
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Unformatted text preview: Middle (used partitively: the middle of) media urbs The middle of the city quondam (adv) immediately ultra (adv and prep + acc) on the other side of, beyond prOtinus (adv) immediately cernO, cernere, crEvI, crEtum To distinguish, discern, perceive eripiO-ripere-ripuI-reptum To snatch away, take away, rescues inquit (defective verb) he says or said tollO, tollere, sustulI, sublAtum To raise, lift up, take away, remove, destroy...
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course LATN 1002 taught by Professor Corrigan during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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