GCSE Latin Vocabulary 2

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duxducis, m
consulconsulis, m
dirusdira, dirum
celerceleris, celere
custodiocustodire, custodivi, custoditus
clamoclamare, clamavi, clamatus
cumindeclinable
emoemere, emi, emptus
civiscivis, m and f
cognoscocognoscere, cognovi, cognitis
descendodescendere, descendi, descensus
defendodefendere, defendi, defensus
circum+ accusative
donumdoni, n
cibuscibi, m
cetericeterae, cetera
consiliumconsilii, n
corpuscorporis, n
custoscustodis, m and f
contra+ accusative
coepicoepisse
convenioconvenire, conveni
equusequi, m
cogocogere, coegi, coactus
ducoducere, duxi, ductus
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epistulaepistulae, f
ecce!indeclinable
cogitocogitare, cogitavi, cogitatus
debeodebere, debui, debitus
domusdomus, f
cum+ ablative
effugioeffugere, effugi
diesdiei, m
difficilisdifficile
currocurrere, cucurri, cursus
castracastrorum, n plural
crasindeclinable
cupiocupere, cupivi, cupitus
doceodocere, docui, doctus
celocelare, celavi, celatus
deadeae, f
de+ ablative
conficioconficere, confeci, confectus
clamorclamoris, m
dominusdomini, m
curacurae, f
conorconari, conatus sum
discedodiscendere, discessi
cenacenae, f
dormiodormire, dormivi
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deindeindeclinable
eoire, i[v]i
egomei
comescomitis, m and f
deleodelere, delevi, deletus
e, ex+ ablative, used as prefix with verbs
credocrudere, credidi, creditus + dative
deusdei, m
copiaecopiarum, f plural
egredioregredi, egressus sum
crudeliscrudele
dominadominae, f
conspicioconspicere, conspexi, conspectus
cur?indeclinable
enimindeclinable
clarusclara, clarum
diuindeclinable
dicodicere, dixi, dictus
dumindeclinable
consumoconsumere, consumpsi, consumptus
diligensdiligentis
dodare, dedi, datus
constituoconstituere, constitui, constitutus

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