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Chapter 47 + Nouns Chapter 48 Pages 84 & James Lofton 27 Words
Verb cōnfugiō, cōnfugere, cōnfūgī, cōnfugitūrus/a/um = to flee for refuge fugitive, fugue, fumifugist, insectifuge, lucifugal, lucifugous, nidifugous, phrontifugic, refuge, refugee, solifugal
Conjunction - t autem = but, however
Verb /jpg/_ _lewsey_catch512.jpg trāiciō, trāicere, trāiēcī, trāiectus/a/um = to throw across abject, abjectness, adjective, conjectural, conjecture, deject, dejected, dejection, ejaculatory, eject
Verb accūsō, accūsāre, accūsāvī, accūsātus/a/um = to accuse accusable, accusation, accusative, accusatively, accusatory, accuse
Noun clēmentia, clēmentiae F. = mercy, clemency clemency, clement, clemently, inclemency, inclement, inclemently
verb collocō, collocāre, collocāvī, collocātus/a/um = to place, position (allocate, allocation, allow, allowable, allowably, allowance, allowed, allowed, aloud)
Noun morbus, morbī M. = disease morbid, morbid, morbidity, morbidness, morbidostatic, morbific, morbigenous, morbose
Verb equitō, equitāre, equitāvī, equitātus/a/um = to ride (a horse) equerry, eques, equestrian, equestrianism, equestrienne, equid, Equidae, equine
Verb VERB putō, putāre, putāvī, putātus/a/um = to think account, accountability, accountable, accountably, accountant, accounter, amputate, amputating
Noun odium, odiī N. = hatred annoy, annoyance, annoyer, annoyingly, noisome, noisomely, noisomeness, odious, odiously, odiousness, odium,
Verb dominor, dominārī, dominātus sum (+ DATIVE) = to control, be master of domain, domatium, domatologist, domatology, domatophobia, domatophobiac, dome, domestic, domesticate
Noun scelus, sceleris N. = crime
Noun famēs, famis F. hunger famine, famished, famish
Noun adulēscēns, adulēscentis, M. = Young man adolescence, adolescence, adolescents, adolescent, adolescents, adult, adulticide
Noun classis, classis F. fleet classified, classifier, classify, classifying, classism, classless, classmate, classroom, classy, declass,
Verb obsideō, obsidēre, obsēdī, obsessus/a/um = to besiege assess, assessment, assiduous, assize,, dissidence, dissident, insidioiusness, insidious, obsess, obsession, obsessive, overassess, preside
Noun fluctus, fluctūs M. = wave affluence, affluent, afflux, circumfluent, confluence, confluent, conflux, costae fluctuantes, diffluent
Nouns mulier, mulieris F. = woman, wife muliebral, muliebria, muliebrile, muliebrious, muliebrous, muliebrity, mulier, mulierly, mulierose, mulierosity, mulier puisine, mulierty
Noun Dēdcus, dēdecoris, N. =Disgrace decent, decor, décor, decorate, decoration, decorative, decorator, decoration., decoratory, decorous, decorum, dedecorate, indecorous, redecorate
Noun Serpēns, serpentis M. = Serpent serpent, serpentine, serpiginous
Preposition apud (+ acc) = at, in, at the house of, with, among
Noun venēnum, venēnī N. = poison antivenin, venom., antivenom, antivenomous, anvenom, avenom, countervenom, disenvenom, envenom, envenomed, envenomation, envenomize
Noun triumphus, triumphī M. = triumph triumph, triumphal, triumphant, triumphantly, triumpher, triumphingly, trump
Noun Carcer, carceris, M. =Prison cancel, carcer, carceral, carceral state, disincarcerate, impact incarceration; high- impact incarceration, incarcerate, incarcerated
Noun dolus, dolī M. = trick; ploy
Adverb ōlim = once (in the past); once upon a time; one day, some time (in the future)
Noun Turris, turris, F. =Tower turret, tower, towering, tower house, turreted
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