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Latin 2-- Q1 Vocabulary

American Academy First Vocabulary Lesson
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created October 7, 2016
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FAMILY TREE
LatinEnglishDerivatives
avusgrandfatheravuncular
coniunx, coniugisspouse, wife, husband
dux, ducisleader, generalconductor
homo, hominisman, mankind, humanhomicide, homicidal
lex, legislawlegal, legislator
miles, militissoldiermilitary, militia
modusmanner, method, modemode, modality, modus
pax, pacispeacepacifist, pacific
pompa, pompaeparadepomp, pompous
salus, salutishealth, safetysalutary, salubrious
saxumrock
spatiumspace, timespacial
superbia, superbiaehaughtiness, pride, arrogance
tempestas, tempestatisstormtempest, tempestuous
quie, quae, quodwho, which, that
quis, quidwho, what
certus, a, umfixedcertainty, certain
mutatus, a, umchangedmutate, mutation, commute
omnis, omneall, everyomniscient, omnivorous
superbus, a, umhaughty, proud, snobbish
cerno, cernere, crevi, cretusdiscerndiscrete, discretion, discretionary
colo, colere, colui, cultustill, cultivate, inhabit, worshipcult, culture, ococult
consulo, consulere, consului, consultusconsultconsultant, consultation
do, dare, dedi, datusgivedatum, data
puto, putare, putavi, putatusthinkreputation, compute, impute
relinquo, relinquere, reliqui, relictusabandon, leave behindrelinquish, relinquishment, reliquary
sto, stare, stenti, staturusstand, stand upstation, stationary
ante beforeantebellum, antecedent
benewellbenediction, benevolent
fortasseperhaps
itaqueand so, and so as a result
tamennevertheless
interbetween, amonginteract, intercede
obon account of, because of, forobese, object
ac and
namfor
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