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Glossary of Cambridge Latin Course: Section 4C

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argentum i
silver; silver-plate; money
genus, gener-is
3nt family, stock, tribe
poculum, i
cup
inflammatus a um
inflamed, on fire
natus a um
(+abl)born of, from
absum, abesse, afui, afuturus
to be away from, to be absent
constituo, ere, constitui, constitutus
to decide
perlego, ere, perlegi, perlectus
to read through, peruse
seruo, are
to keep safe, preserve
potius quam
rather than
modus i
way, fashion, manner
provincia ae
province
ratio, ration-is
3f plan, method, reason; count, list, calculation
Roma ae
Rome
Sicilia ae
Sicily
absens, absent-is
absent, away
primus a um
first
circumeo, circumire, circumii, circumitum
to go around
colligo, ere, collegi, collectus
to collect, gather, gain, acquire
commoueo, ere, commoui, commotus
to move, remove, excite, disturb
excogito, are
to think up, devise
revoco, are
to call back
circum
(+acc) around
postremo
finally
stulte
stupidly
patronus i
patron
vehemens, vehement-is
strongly worded
triennium i
a period of three years
hoc uno crimine
'as a result of this single accustation'
invidiosus a um
upopular

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