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38 Cards in this Set

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figo, figere, fixi, fixus
(verb) pierce, fix, fasten
crucifigo, crucifigere, crucifixi, crucifixus
(verb) fix to a cross, crucify
flecto, flectere, flexi, flexus
(verb) bend, bow
genuflecto, genuflectere, genuflexi, genuflexus
(verb) bend the knee, genuflect, kneel (down)
frango, frangere, fregi, fractus
(verb) break
confringo, confringere, confregi, confractus
(verb) break in two, break in pieces
fundo, fundere, fudi, fusus
(verb) pour
confundo, confundere, confudi, confusus
(verb) confound, confuse; put to shame
effundo, effundere, effudi, effusus
(verb) pour out, shed, spill
infundo, infundere, infudi, infusus
(verb) pour, infuse
refundo, refundere, refudi, refusus
(verb) pour back, restore, pay
scando, scandere, scandi, scansus
(verb) climb, mount
ascendo, ascendere, ascendi, ascensus
(verb) go up, come up, ascend
descendo, descendere, descendi, descensus
(verb) go down, come down, descend
calix, calicis
(m.) cup, chalice
caritas, caritatis
(f.) love, charity
crux, crucis
(f.) cross
passio, passionis
(f.) suffering, passion
suavitas, suavitatis
(f.) sweetness
Pascha, Paschatis
(n.) Passover, Pesach, Pasch; Easter
potus, potus
(m.) drink
ritus, ritus
(m.) ceremony, rite
spiritus, spiritus
(m.) breath; spirit
vultus, vultus
(m.) face [ie., countenance]
manus, manus
(f.) hand
cornu, cornus
(n.) horn; mountaintop
genu, genus
(n.) knee
memor (gen., memoris)
(adj.) mindful of [+ gen.]
felix (gen., felicis)
(adj.) happy, blessed
omnipotens (gen., omnipotentis)
(adj.) all-powerful
omnis, omne
(adj.) every, all
paschalis, paschale
(adj.) of Easter, Paschal
salutaris, salutare
(adj.) saving, of salvation
similis, simile
[+ dat.] (adj.) like, similar (to)
dissimilis, dissimile
[+dat.] (adj.) dissimilar, unlike
acer, acris, acre
(adj.) sharp, bitter, ardent
[prep. + acc.] within, among
(coord. conj.) wherefore, and therefore