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Catullus and Ovid I

These words occur ten times or more in the AP selections of Catullus and Ovid.

accipio, ere -cepi acceptusto accept, get, receive
amo -are -avi -atusto love
atqueand, also
aut . . . auteither . . . or
cumwith, when, since, although
deus - i m. di ( dis (abl. pl.)god
sum, esse, fui, futurusto be
etand, also
facio, facere, feci,factusto make do; to consider, regard
habeo -ere habui, habitusto have, to hold
hic, haec, hocthis
homo, hominis
idem, eadem, idemthe same
longus -a -umlong, tall
loquor, loqui, locutus sumto speak, to talk
magnus -a -umlarge, big, great
malus -a -umbad, evil
miser, misera, miserumunhappy, miserable, wretched
mitto, mittere, misi, missusto send, let go
multus -a -ummuch, many
munus, muneris, service
necand . . . not
nec . . . nec/necqueneither . . . nor
noster, nostra, nostrumour
omnis - eall, the whole, every
pes, pedis m.foot
possum, posse, potuito be able
puella -ae f.girl
puto, putare, putavi, putatusto think, consider
quarefor which reason, therefore
quis, quis, quidwho, what
simultogether, at the same time
simul acas soon as
utas, when so that, that

Latin Teacher, Karate Instructor, Rock Band Teacher
Wichita Collegiate School
Wichita, KS

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