Latin F5 Exam Revision

Can you name the Latin Vocab needed for the F5 exams?

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liber2nd declension noun, libri m.
capioFirst person present tense
stoFirst person present tense
filius2nd declension noun, -i m.
parvusAdjective
Other principal parts of intro:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
Other principal parts of rogo:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
amicus2nd declension noun, -i m.
Other principal parts of dormio:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
suusAdjective
ponoFirst person present tense
laboroFirst person present tense
via1st declension noun, -ae f.
cumPreposition, + abl
introFirst person present tense
audioFirst person present tense
tutusAdjective
Other principal parts of specto:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
Other principal parts of supero:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
superoFirst person present tense
habitoFirst person present tense
Other principal parts of audio:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
dicoFirst person present tense
nosPronoun
vir2nd declension noun, -i m.
multusAdjective
videoFirst person present tense
paroFirst person present tense
Other principal parts of voco:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine
vosPronoun
clamoFirst person present tense
ludoFirst person present tense
femina1st declension noun, -ae f.
portoFirst person present tense
pulcherAdjective
caelum2nd declension noun, -i n.
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malusAdjective
puer2nd declension noun, -i m.
etConjunction
Other principal parts of porto:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
filia1st declension noun, -ae f.
magnusAdjective
sedConjunction
necoFirst person present tense
Other principal parts of festino:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
pecunia1st declension noun, -ae f.
laetusAdjective
vocoFirst person present tense
fessusAdjective
Other principal parts of ludo:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
amoFirst person present tense
ambuloFirst person present tense
Other principal parts of mitto:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
Other principal parts of ambulo:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
Other principal parts of pugno:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
perterritusAdjective
egoPronoun
Other principal parts of habeo:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
habeoFirst person present tense
timeoFirst person present tense
murus2nd declension noun, -i m.
Other principal parts of terreo:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine
Other principal parts of video:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine
nuntius2nd declension noun, -i m.
Other principal parts of clamo:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
Other principal parts of laboro:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
spectoFirst person present tense
e; ex (before a vowel)Preposition, + abl
Other principal parts of sto:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
pugnoFirst person present tense
puella1st declension noun, -ae m.
terra1st declension noun, -ae f.
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iratusAdjective
agricola1st declension noun, -ae m.
Other principal parts of paro:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
turba1st declension noun, -ae f.
meusAdjective
nosterAdjective
mittoFirst person present tense
locus2nd declension noun, -i m.
dormioFirst person present tense
festinoFirst person present tense
Other principal parts of pono:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
ancilla1st declension noun, -ae f.
terreoFirst person present tense
cibus2nd declension noun, -i m.
Other principal parts of capio:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
rogoFirst person present tense
poeta1st declension noun, -ae f.
Other principal parts of timeo:Infinitive; First person perfect tense
Other principal parts of dico:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
gladius2nd declension noun, -i m.
Other principal parts of habito:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
templum2nd declension noun, -i n.
saevusAdjective
laudoFirst person present tense
Other principal parts of neco:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
Other principal parts of ostendo:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
Other principal parts of amo:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
dominus2nd declension noun, -i m.
propePreposition, + acc
unda1st declension noun, -ae f.
tuusAdjective
tuPronoun
ostendoFirst person present tense
Other principal parts of laudo:Infinitive; First person perfect tense; (supine)
deus2nd declension noun, -i m.
servus2nd declension noun, -i m.

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