Unit IVVocabulary
occasus –ūs m.
falling,misfortuneoccasion
usus –ūs m.
use, experience   usual, use
éxitus –ūs m.
end, outcome,      exit     exit
currus –ūs m.
chariot, cart,   wagon     car
vultus –ūs m.
countenance,  expression
cursus –ūs m.
course, running   articulate
equitatus –ūs     m.
cavalry
arcus –ūs m.
bowarc, arch
impetus –ūs m.
attackimpetuous
passus –ūs m.
step, pace   pace
avis avis f.
birdaviation
fames famis f.
hunger,starvation famine
fons fontis m.
fountain,spring, source     font
ignis ignis m.
fireignite
imber imbris m.
rainMare Imbrium
nix nivis f.
snowNevada
nox noctis f.
nightnocturnal
nubes nubis f.
cloud
ovis ovis f.
sheepovine
vestis vestis f.
clothes  vest
aequoraéquoris n.
smoothsurface, sea
certamencertáminis n.
struggle, contest
crus cruris n.
leg
latus láteris n.
side, flank  lateral
litus lítoris n.
shore, coast  littoral
munus múneris      n.
office, duty immunity,munificence
os oris n.
mouth oral
os ossis n.
boneossify
rus ruris n.
countryside   rural
scelus scéleris       n.
crime, evil deed
aer áeris m.
the air aerial
comes cómitis     m.
companion
flos floris f.
flower floral
grex gregis m.
herd, flock egregious
hiems híemis f.
winter
júvenis júvenis    m. or f.
young person   juvenile
lapis lápidis m.
stonelapidary
obses óbsidis     m.
hostage
plebs plebis f.
common people, plebians
uxor uxoris f.
wife
aedificium –i n.
building edifice
antrum –i n.
cave
letum –i n.
death
mandatum –i n.
commandment    order  mandatory
otium –i n.
ease, leisure
sepulchrum –i      n.
tombsepulchre
theatrum –i n.
theatertheater
triduum –i n.
three days Triduum
vitium –i n.
vice, blemish   vicious
votum –i n.
vow, prayer  votive
astrum –i n.
heavenly body,   heavens    astral
castellum –i n.
fortcastle
exílium –i n.
exileexile
fatum –i n.
destiny, fate    fate
inítium –i n.
starting point    initial
pábulum –i n.
fodder,nourishment  pablum
praesídium –i n.
protection,  garrison  preside
prétium –i n.
priceprecious
spátium –i n.
space, interval   spatial
vestígium –i n.
trace, footprint    vestige
auxílium –i n.
help, aidauxiliary
consílium –i n.
counsel, advice,      plan    counsel
concílium –i n.
council,meetingcouncil
Evangélium –i     n.
Gospelevangelical
impérium –i n.
command,  power imperial
ódium –i n.
hate, hatred   odius
ovum –i n.
eggovoid
perículum –i n.
danger peril
princípium –i n.
beginning,  origin principle
vínculum –i n.
chain, bond
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  1. 1. Unit IVVocabulary
  2. 2. occasus –ūs m.
  3. 3. falling,misfortuneoccasion
  4. 4. usus –ūs m.
  5. 5. use, experience usual, use
  6. 6. éxitus –ūs m.
  7. 7. end, outcome, exit exit
  8. 8. currus –ūs m.
  9. 9. chariot, cart, wagon car
  10. 10. vultus –ūs m.
  11. 11. countenance, expression
  12. 12. cursus –ūs m.
  13. 13. course, running articulate
  14. 14. equitatus –ūs m.
  15. 15. cavalry
  16. 16. arcus –ūs m.
  17. 17. bowarc, arch
  18. 18. impetus –ūs m.
  19. 19. attackimpetuous
  20. 20. passus –ūs m.
  21. 21. step, pace pace
  22. 22. avis avis f.
  23. 23. birdaviation
  24. 24. fames famis f.
  25. 25. hunger,starvation famine
  26. 26. fons fontis m.
  27. 27. fountain,spring, source font
  28. 28. ignis ignis m.
  29. 29. fireignite
  30. 30. imber imbris m.
  31. 31. rainMare Imbrium
  32. 32. nix nivis f.
  33. 33. snowNevada
  34. 34. nox noctis f.
  35. 35. nightnocturnal
  36. 36. nubes nubis f.
  37. 37. cloud
  38. 38. ovis ovis f.
  39. 39. sheepovine
  40. 40. vestis vestis f.
  41. 41. clothes vest
  42. 42. aequoraéquoris n.
  43. 43. smoothsurface, sea
  44. 44. certamencertáminis n.
  45. 45. struggle, contest
  46. 46. crus cruris n.
  47. 47. leg
  48. 48. latus láteris n.
  49. 49. side, flank lateral
  50. 50. litus lítoris n.
  51. 51. shore, coast littoral
  52. 52. munus múneris n.
  53. 53. office, duty immunity,munificence
  54. 54. os oris n.
  55. 55. mouth oral
  56. 56. os ossis n.
  57. 57. boneossify
  58. 58. rus ruris n.
  59. 59. countryside rural
  60. 60. scelus scéleris n.
  61. 61. crime, evil deed
  62. 62. aer áeris m.
  63. 63. the air aerial
  64. 64. comes cómitis m.
  65. 65. companion
  66. 66. flos floris f.
  67. 67. flower floral
  68. 68. grex gregis m.
  69. 69. herd, flock egregious
  70. 70. hiems híemis f.
  71. 71. winter
  72. 72. júvenis júvenis m. or f.
  73. 73. young person juvenile
  74. 74. lapis lápidis m.
  75. 75. stonelapidary
  76. 76. obses óbsidis m.
  77. 77. hostage
  78. 78. plebs plebis f.
  79. 79. common people, plebians
  80. 80. uxor uxoris f.
  81. 81. wife
  82. 82. aedificium –i n.
  83. 83. building edifice
  84. 84. antrum –i n.
  85. 85. cave
  86. 86. letum –i n.
  87. 87. death
  88. 88. mandatum –i n.
  89. 89. commandment order mandatory
  90. 90. otium –i n.
  91. 91. ease, leisure
  92. 92. sepulchrum –i n.
  93. 93. tombsepulchre
  94. 94. theatrum –i n.
  95. 95. theatertheater
  96. 96. triduum –i n.
  97. 97. three days Triduum
  98. 98. vitium –i n.
  99. 99. vice, blemish vicious
  100. 100. votum –i n.
  101. 101. vow, prayer votive
  102. 102. astrum –i n.
  103. 103. heavenly body, heavens astral
  104. 104. castellum –i n.
  105. 105. fortcastle
  106. 106. exílium –i n.
  107. 107. exileexile
  108. 108. fatum –i n.
  109. 109. destiny, fate fate
  110. 110. inítium –i n.
  111. 111. starting point initial
  112. 112. pábulum –i n.
  113. 113. fodder,nourishment pablum
  114. 114. praesídium –i n.
  115. 115. protection, garrison preside
  116. 116. prétium –i n.
  117. 117. priceprecious
  118. 118. spátium –i n.
  119. 119. space, interval spatial
  120. 120. vestígium –i n.
  121. 121. trace, footprint vestige
  122. 122. auxílium –i n.
  123. 123. help, aidauxiliary
  124. 124. consílium –i n.
  125. 125. counsel, advice, plan counsel
  126. 126. concílium –i n.
  127. 127. council,meetingcouncil
  128. 128. Evangélium –i n.
  129. 129. Gospelevangelical
  130. 130. impérium –i n.
  131. 131. command, power imperial
  132. 132. ódium –i n.
  133. 133. hate, hatred odius
  134. 134. ovum –i n.
  135. 135. eggovoid
  136. 136. perículum –i n.
  137. 137. danger peril
  138. 138. princípium –i n.
  139. 139. beginning, origin principle
  140. 140. vínculum –i n.
  141. 141. chain, bond

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