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Glossary of Cambridge Latin Course: Section 4E

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cibus i
food
imperator, imperator-is
3m leader, general
litus, litoris
3nt shore
populus i
people
princeps, princip-is
3m leader, chieftain; adj. first
postremus a um
last
quintus a um
fifth
aggredior, eri, aggressus
to attack (go up to)
egeo, ere, egui
to lack, want, be in need of
nauigo, are
to sail
nitor, eri, nisus or nixus
(+abl) to lean on; to strive, exert myself
occido, ere, occidi, occisus
to kill
denique
finally, in a word
paulo
slightly; ie. by a little
incendium, i
fire
mare maris
3nt sea
multitudo, multitudinis
3f mob crowd number
mari
abl. mare, maris: 'on the sea'
nequitia ae
wickedness
grauis e
serious weighty, important
reliquus, a um
remaining, left
tardus a um
slow
accipio, ere, accepi, acceptus
I sustain, receive, welcome, meet with, learn, obtain
conflagro are
I burn (intrans()
incendo, ere, incendi, incensus
to set fire to, burn (trans)
ante
earlier, before;
+acc, before, in front of
quo
to where, whither
gloria ae
glory
mentio, mention-is
3f mention
metus us
4m fear, terror
moenia moenium
3nt pl walls, fortifications
tot
so many
accedo, ere, accessi, accessum
to approach ,reach
commoror, ari
to delay, wait
possum, posse, potui
I am powerful, have power; (am able, can)
cum
+ subj. when, since, although;
+ abl. with
saepe
often
acerbus a um
bitter
pervagor, ari
to roam about freely
spectaculum i
sight

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