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LS Latin 10 - Chapter 43

LS Latin 10 - Chapter 43

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thermae, -arum (f)
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public baths
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balneae, -arum (f)
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private baths
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tepidarium, -i (n)
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warm room
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apodyterium, -i (n)
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changing room
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caldarium, -i (n)
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hot room
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frigidarium, -i (n)
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cold room
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palestra, -ae (f)
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exercise area
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luctor, luctari, luctatus sum
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to wrestle
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trigon, trigonis (m)
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ball game involving three people
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harpastum, -i (n)
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heavy ball
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palus, -i (m)
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post (used for fencing)
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unguentum, -i (n)
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oil (used for anointing the skin); perfume
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strigilis, strigilis (gen. pl. strigilium) (f)
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scraper (used to remove oil from skin)
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linteum, -i (n)
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towel
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vestibulum, -i (n)
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entrance passage
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unguo, unguere, unxi, unctus
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to anoint, smear with oil
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exerceo, exercēre, exercui, exercitus
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to exercise, train
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Neroneus, -a, -um (adj)
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of Nero
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quo (adv.)
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there, to that place
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calor, caloris (m)
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heat
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senex, senis (m)
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old man
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haud (adv.)
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not
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contra (prep.) + acc.
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against
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sumo, sumere, sumpsi, sumptus
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to take, take up
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defrico, defricare, defricui, defrictus
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to rub down
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cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi, cognitus
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to learn, find out
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follis, follis (gen. pl. follium) (m)
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bag
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digitus, -i (m)
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finger
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indutus, -a, -um
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clothed
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calvus, -a, -um
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bald
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capillatus, -a, -um
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with long hair
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repeto, repetere, repetivi, repetitus
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to pick up, recover (literally: to seek again)
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tergeo, tergēre, tersi, tersus
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to dry, wipe
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