Latin Vocab Ch 25+26

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Latin Vocab Ch 25+26
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  1. desire, wish, longing, eagerness
    cupiditās, cupiditātis f.
  2. desire, wish, longing, eagerness
    cupīdō, cupidinis f.
  3. talent, (innate) nature, character
    ingenium, ingeniī n.
  4. injury, harm; insult; wrong
    iniūria, iniūriae f.
  5. work, labor, task
    opus, operis n.
  6. wall; fortification, wall for a city
    mūrus, mūrī m.
  7. bridge
    *pons, pontis m.
  8. to join, unite, connect; yoke
    iungō, iungere, iūnxī, iūnctus
  9. to lie, speak or say falsely
    mentior, mentīrī, mentītus sum
  10. to die
    morior, morī, mortuus sum
  11. fixed, established, certain; specified; reliable, sure
    certus, certa, certum
  12. how much
    quantus, quanta, quantum
  13. certainly, surely, of course; at least
    certē
  14. however; on the contrary
    autem
  15. why?
    cūr
  16. not (used with imperative and perfect subjunctive)
  17. indeed, certainly, in fact
    quidem
  18. not … even
    nē .. quidem
  19. so often
    totiēns
  20. but; at least; then
    at
  21. in order that … not (used with subjunctive)
  22. in order that; so that
    ut
  23. penalty
    poena, poenae f.
  24. sun
    sōl, sōlis m.
  25. sin, crime (against divine law), wrong
    nefās n.
  26. awful, horrible
    dīrus, dīra, dīrum
  27. wide, broad
    lātus, lāta, lātum
  28. sad, mournful
    maestus, maesta, maestum
  29. to approach, draw near
    appropinquō, appropinquāre, appropinquāvī, appropinquātūrus
  30. to wait for, expect; hope for
    exspectō, exspectāre, exspectāvī, exspectātus
  31. to tremble, shake
    tremō, tremere, tremuī
  32. afterwards
    posteā
  33. also
    quoque
  34. from where, whence
    unde
  35. someone, something, anyone, anything
    aliquis, aliquid
  36. whoever, whatever; everyone who
    quisquis, quicquid (quidquid)
  37. when; because, since; although
    cum
  38. until (with a subjunctive)
    dum

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