wheelocks 20

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  1. fructus, fructus, m.
    • fructus...fructus
    • fructus...fructuum
    • fructui....fructibus
    • fructum,,,fructus
    • fructu.....fructibus
  2. cornu, cornus, n.
    • cornu....cornua
    • cornus...cornuum
    • cornu....cornibus
    • cornu....cornua
    • cornu....cornibus
  3. ablatives of place from
    • regularly involves a verb of active motion from one place to another
    • generally governed by ab, de, or ex

    • Graeci navigaverunt a patria sua.
    • The Greeks sailed from their homeland.
  4. ablative of separation
    implies a person or thing is separate from another. no movement involved. often no preposition is used, esp with the following verbs: libero, liberare (1); careo, carere (2);

    • Eos temore liberavit.
    • He freed them from fear.
  5. conspirators
    coniurati, coniuratorum, m. always plural
  6. horn
    cornu, cornus, n.
  7. fruit, profit, benefit, enjoyment (implies that it comes from within)
    fructus, fructus, m.
  8. knee
    genu, genus, n.
  9. hand, handwriting; band
    manus, manus, f.
  10. fear, dread, anxiety
    metus, metus, m.
  11. mountain
    mons, montis, m.
  12. senate
    senatus, senatus, m.
  13. feeling, sense
    sensus, sensus, m.
  14. servitude, slavery
    servitus, servitutis, f.
  15. breath, breathing; spirit, soul
    spiritus, sipritus
  16. line of verse
    versus, versus, m.
  17. common, general, of/for the community
    communis, communis, commune
  18. right, right-hand
    dexter, dextra, dextrum
  19. left, left-hand, ill owmened, harmful
    sinister, sinistra, sinistrum
  20. to lack, to want, to need, to be without, deprived of, free from (NOT a passive)
    careo, carere, carui, cariturum (2) + abl. of separation
  21. to ward off; defend; protect
    defendo, defendere, defendi, defensum (3)
  22. to go away, depart
    discedo, discedere, discessi, discessum (3)
  23. to hate, chiefly a perfect system verb
    odi, odisse, osum
  24. to keep (back), prevent, hinder, restrain, prohibit
    prohibeo, prohibere prohibui, prohibitum (2)

    pro + habeo
  25. to proclaim, announce; declaim, pronounce
    pronuntio, pronuntiare, pronuntiavi, pronuntiatum (1)
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wheelocks 20
ablatives of separation and place from, fourth decl
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