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PRIMER C CHAPTERS 17 TO 21
AGO, AGERE, EGI, ACTUM
TO DO, DRIVE
EDO, EDERE/ESSE, EDI, ESUM
GERO, GERERE, GESSI, GESTUM
TO CARRY, WEAR BELLUM GERERE – TO WAGE WAR
TOLLO, TOLLERE, SUSTULI, SUBLATUM
TO RAISE, LIFT
CANIS, CANIS, C.
FOEDUS, FOEDERIS, N.
MOENIA, MOENIUM N. PL.
WALLS OR FORTIFICATION (OF A CITY)
SONUS, SONI, M
STATUA, STATUAE, F.
CRESCO, CRESCERE, CREVI, CRETUM
TO GROW, INCREASE
EXPELLO, EXPELLERE, EXPULI, EXPULSUM
TO DRIVE OUT
INVENIO, INVENIRE, INVENI, INVENTUM
TO COME UPON, FIND, (MEET WITH IS A MORE OBSCURE MEANING)
TACEO, TACERE, TACUI, TACITUM
TO BE SILENT
TEMPTO, TEMPTARE, TAMPTAVI, TEMPTATUM
TO TRY, TEST
MOS, MORIS, M.
CUSTOM, HABIT IN PLURAL FOR = MORALS, CHARACTER
NUBES, NUBIS, F.
ANTIQUUS, -A, -UM
ADITUS, ADITUS, M.
ADVENTUS, ADVENTUS, M.
CASUS, CASUS, M
FALL, DOWNFALL; CHANCE, ACCIDENT
DOMUS, DOMUS, F.
EQUITATUS, EQUITATUS, M.
EXERCITUS, EXERCITUS, M.
EXIT, DEPARTURE; END CONCLUSION
MANUS, MANUS, F.
HAND, BAND, TROOP
PASSUS, PASSUS, M.
STEP, STRIDE, PACE
SENATUS, SENATUS, M.
BODY OF ELDERS, SENATE
CORNU, CORNUS, N.
GENU, GENUS, N.
COMMEATUS, COMEATUS, M.
PASSAGE, (MILITARY LINES OF COMMUNICATION, SUPPLIES)
CONSPECTUS, CONSPECTUS, M.
CURSUS, CURSUS M.
IMPETUS, IMPETUS, M.
ATTACK, IMPETUOSITY, VEHEMENCE
LACUS, LACUS, M.
MAGISTRATUS, MAGISTRATUS, M.
METUS, METUS, M.
OCCASUS, OCCASUS, M.
PORTUS, PORTUS, M.
USUS, USUS, M
USE, EXPERIENCE, ADVANTAGE
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