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90 Cards in this Set

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olivetum
olive grove
periculum
danger
plaustrum
wagon
rusticus
peasant
silentium
silence
tabellarius
courier
vehiculum
vehicle
vestigium
track, footprint, trace
ars, artis
skill
bos, bovis
ox, cow
caupo, cauponis
innkeeper
civis, civis
citizen
homines, hominum
people
hospes, hospitis
host, guest, friend
iter, itineris
journey
murmur, murmuris
murmur, rumble
Neapolis, Neapolis
Naples
nomen, nominis
name
onus, oneris
load, burden
nubes, nubis
cloud
pars, partis
part, direction
pes, pedis
foot
pulvis, pulveris
dust
tempus, temporis
time
alter...alter
the one...the other
carissimus
dearest
cuncti
all
fatuus
stupid
Graecus
greek
longus
long
mortuus
dead
noster, nostra, nostrum
our
novus
new
periculosus
dangerous
praeclarus
distinguishes
tardis
slow
incolumis
unhirt, safe and sound
unus
one
duo
two
novem
nine
decem
ten
sex
six
quattor
four
tres
three
quinque
five
octo
eight
septem
seven
quinquaginta
fifty
centum
a hundred
quingenti
500
mill
a thousand
secundus
second
septimus
seventh
nonus
ninth
decimus
tenth
undecimus
eleventh
cesso, cessare
to be idle, to do nothing
exspecto, exspectare
to look out for, to wait for
interpello, interpellare
to interrupt
pernocto, pernoctare
to spend the night
vito, vitare
to avoid
appareo, apparere
to appear
gaudeo, gaudere
to be glad, rejoice
haero, haerere
to stick
moveo, movere
to move
accidit
it happens
adverperascit
it gets dark
ago
to do, to drive
concido
to fall down
deverto
to turn aside
extraho
to drag out, to take out
ludo
to play
quiesco
to rest, to keep quiet
relinquo
to leave behind
verto
to turn
aperio, aperire
to open
custodio, custodire
to gaurd
ferio, ferire
to hit, to strike
scio, scire
to know
eo, ire
to go
exeo, exire
to go out
praeterio, praeterire
to go past
fero, ferre
to bring, to carry
nolo, nolle
to not wish
possum, posse
to be able
sum, esse
to be
absum, abesse
to be away, to be absent
volo, velle
to wish
illa
she
quod
that, which