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Latin Typing Key

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

Vocabulary Oxford Latin Course Book 2 Chapter 27
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  • Words from chapter 27
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    •    A. to kindle, set on fire, light
    •    B. a command, order, direction, injunction
    •    C. in the morning, early in the morning
    •    D. a ring, circle, re-entering way, circular path, hoop, orbit
    •    A. full, filled
    •    B. to increase, augment, enlarge, spread, extend
    •    C. philosophy
    •    D. destruction, ruin, hurt, mischief
    •    A. a command, order, direction, injunction
    •    B. kind, good, friendly, pleasing, favorable, benignant
    •    C. foreseeing, foreknowing
    •    D. impious, wicked, villanous, infamous, accursed, knavish, roguish
    •    A. to increase, augment, enlarge, spread, extend
    •    B. of citizens, civil, civic
    •    C. I collect, I gather
    •    D. kind, good, friendly, pleasing, favorable, benignant
    •    A. full, filled
    •    B. I collect, I gather
    •    C. a ring, circle, re-entering way, circular path, hoop, orbit
    •    D. in the morning, early in the morning
    •    A. impious, wicked, villanous, infamous, accursed, knavish, roguish
    •    B. a combination, association
    •    C. I collect, I gather
    •    D. ability, power, capacity, force
    •    A. to-morrow
    •    B. in consequence of, on account of, because of, for the sake of (old)
    •    C. any, any one
    •    D. leisure, vacant time, freedom from business
    •    A. ability, power, capacity, force
    •    B. a ring, circle, re-entering way, circular path, hoop, orbit
    •    C. in consequence of, on account of, because of, for the sake of (old)
    •    D. a combination, association
    •    A. destruction, ruin, hurt, mischief
    •    B. of citizens, civil, civic
    •    C. a combination, association
    •    D. leisure, vacant time, freedom from business
    •    A. a command, order, direction, injunction
    •    B. a combination, association
    •    C. full, filled
    •    D. to kindle, set on fire, light
    •    A. philosophy
    •    B. in the morning, early in the morning
    •    C. ability, power, capacity, force
    •    D. kind, good, friendly, pleasing, favorable, benignant
    •    A. kind, good, friendly, pleasing, favorable, benignant
    •    B. a ring, circle, re-entering way, circular path, hoop, orbit
    •    C. ability, power, capacity, force
    •    D. to kindle, set on fire, light
    •    A. leisure, vacant time, freedom from business
    •    B. to kindle, set on fire, light
    •    C. kind, good, friendly, pleasing, favorable, benignant
    •    D. foreseeing, foreknowing
    •    A. philosophy
    •    B. leisure, vacant time, freedom from business
    •    C. ability, power, capacity, force
    •    D. in the morning, early in the morning
    •    A. full, filled
    •    B. I collect, I gather
    •    C. kind, good, friendly, pleasing, favorable, benignant
    •    D. in consequence of, on account of, because of, for the sake of (old)
    •    A. a harbor, haven, port
    •    B. I collect, I gather
    •    C. to shake, jolt, toss violently
    •    D. destruction, ruin, hurt, mischief
    •    A. impious, wicked, villanous, infamous, accursed, knavish, roguish
    •    B. ability, power, capacity, force
    •    C. a harbor, haven, port
    •    D. full, filled
    •    A. to-morrow
    •    B. foreseeing, foreknowing
    •    C. a ring, circle, re-entering way, circular path, hoop, orbit
    •    D. impious, wicked, villanous, infamous, accursed, knavish, roguish
    •    A. to fall with violence, rush down, fall down, tumble down, go to ruin
    •    B. impious, wicked, villanous, infamous, accursed, knavish, roguish
    •    C. full, filled
    •    D. to-morrow
    •    A. destruction, ruin, hurt, mischief
    •    B. foreseeing, foreknowing
    •    C. impious, wicked, villanous, infamous, accursed, knavish, roguish
    •    D. any, any one
    •    A. to kindle, set on fire, light
    •    B. to shake, jolt, toss violently
    •    C. foreseeing, foreknowing
    •    D. any, any one
    •    A. philosophy
    •    B. any, any one
    •    C. ability, power, capacity, force
    •    D. to shake, jolt, toss violently