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Latin Typing Key

a_ e_ i_ o_ u_
ā  ē  ī  ō  ū
Classical Latin

Vocabulary Oxford Latin Course Book 1 Chapter 2
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  • Words from chapter 2
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    •    A. to praise, laud, commend, honor, extol, eulogize, approve
    •    B. a son
    •    C. a narration, narrative
    •    D. water
    •    A. a son
    •    B. a narration, narrative
    •    C. to bear, carry, convey, take
    •    D. suddenly, immediately, unexpectedly, at once, off-hand
    •    A. a narration, narrative
    •    B. to praise, laud, commend, honor, extol, eulogize, approve
    •    C. a daughter
    •    D. a son
    •    A. angered, enraged, angry, violent, furious
    •    B. to praise, laud, commend, honor, extol, eulogize, approve
    •    C. a son
    •    D. water
    •    A. a narration, narrative
    •    B. to greet, wish health, pay respects, salute, hail
    •    C. to help, aid, assist, further, serve, support, benefit
    •    D. into, to
    •    A. angered, enraged, angry, violent, furious
    •    B. suddenly, immediately, unexpectedly, at once, off-hand
    •    C. to make ready, prepare, furnish, provide, arrange, order, contrive, design
    •    D. to call, summon, invoke, call together, convoke
    •    A. to help, aid, assist, further, serve, support, benefit
    •    B. to bear, carry, convey, take
    •    C. to make ready, prepare, furnish, provide, arrange, order, contrive, design
    •    D. to make known, tell, relate, narrate, report, recount, set forth
    •    A. to help, aid, assist, further, serve, support, benefit
    •    B. to bear, carry, convey, take
    •    C. to praise, laud, commend, honor, extol, eulogize, approve
    •    D. suddenly, immediately, unexpectedly, at once, off-hand
    •    A. a daughter
    •    B. a son
    •    C. suddenly, immediately, unexpectedly, at once, off-hand
    •    D. to make known, tell, relate, narrate, report, recount, set forth
    •    A. a way, highway, road, path, street
    •    B. to make ready, prepare, furnish, provide, arrange, order, contrive, design
    •    C. to bear, carry, convey, take
    •    D. a daughter
    •    A. suddenly, immediately, unexpectedly, at once, off-hand
    •    B. to make ready, prepare, furnish, provide, arrange, order, contrive, design
    •    C. to help, aid, assist, further, serve, support, benefit
    •    D. to bear, carry, convey, take
    •    A. a daughter
    •    B. to greet, wish health, pay respects, salute, hail
    •    C. to make ready, prepare, furnish, provide, arrange, order, contrive, design
    •    D. a narration, narrative
    •    A. to make known, tell, relate, narrate, report, recount, set forth
    •    B. suddenly, immediately, unexpectedly, at once, off-hand
    •    C. a narration, narrative
    •    D. to bear, carry, convey, take
    •    A. into, to
    •    B. a way, highway, road, path, street
    •    C. angered, enraged, angry, violent, furious
    •    D. a son
    •    A. to call, summon, invoke, call together, convoke
    •    B. angered, enraged, angry, violent, furious
    •    C. a daughter
    •    D. a way, highway, road, path, street