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*paro, parare, paravi, paratusprepare~pestis, pestis, f.pest, rascal~poculum, poculi, n.cup (often for wine)*procedo, procedere, processiadvance, proceedpropenearpulcher, pulchra, pulchrumbeautiful*rogo, rogare, rogavi, rogatusasktacitequietly, silentlytamenhowever*terreo, terrere, terrui, territusfrighten~umbra, umbrae, f.ghost, shadowvaldevery much, veryStage 8*agito, agitare, agitavi, agitatuschase, hunt*consumo, consumere, consumpsi, consumptuseat, destroy, consume*duco, ducere, duxi, ductusleadfacileeasilyferox, ferocisfierce, ferocious~gladius, gladii, m.sword*habito, habitare, habitavidwell, inhabit hic, haec, hocthisignavus, ignava, ignavumcowardly, lazy*incito, incitare, incitavi, incitatusurge on, encourageisheeasheidit~nuntius, nuntii, m.messenger, message, news~pes, pedis, m.foot, paw~porta, portae, f.gate*postulo, postulare, postulavi, postulatusdemand~puer, pueri, m.boy*pugno, pugnare, pugnavi, pugnatusfight*recumbo, recumbere, recubuilie down, reclinesaepeoften~sanguis, sanguinis, m.blood~silva, silvae, f.forest, woods~spectaculum, spectaculi, n.show, spectaclestatimat oncetotus, tota, totumwhole, entire~tuba, tubae, f.trumpet~venatio, venationis, f.huntStage 9*agnosco, agnoscere, agnovi, agnotusrecognize*celebro, celebrare, celebravi, celebratuscelebrateceleriterquickly~civis, civis, m., f.citizen*cupio, cupere, cupivi, cupituswant, desire~dies, diei, m., f.daydies natalisbirthday*do, dare, dedi, datusgive*emitto, emittere, emisi, emissusthrow, send out*exerceo, exercere, exercui, exercitusexercise, practice, train*fero, ferre, tuli, latusbring, carry~homo, hominis, m.person, man~hospes, hospitis, m.guest, hostille, illa, illudthat, he, she*inspicio,inspicere, inspexi, inspectusinspect, examineiterumagain*maneo, manere, mansistay, remainmedius, media, mediummiddlemoxsoonnotus, nota, notumknown, well known, famous*offero, offerre, obtuli, oblatusoffer*ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostentusshowpaulisperfor a short timepost (+ acc.)after, behind*revenio, revenire, revenicome back, returnsuus, sua, suumhis, her, their, his own*trado, tradere, tradidi, traditushand over* indicates a verb ~ indicates a nounGenders of nouns are m. = masculine, f. = feminine, n. = neuter.Verbs are given in 3 or 4 parts, called principal parts. Each part has a special meaning: e.g. porto= I carry, portare= to carry, portavi= I carried, portatus = having been carried
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Cambridge Latin Course Words & Phrases ChecklistsStage 10*abeo, abire, abiigo away*accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptusaccept, take in, receivecallidus, callida, callidumclever, smart, shrewd*capio, capere, cepi, captustake, catch, capturecontentus, contenta, contentumsatisfied, contented*eo, ire, iigo
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