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Latin Word of the Day Posted by on Dec 24, 2009 in Latin Language

The Word of the Day is a great visual-auditory tool that allows you to hear Latin vocabulary words used in context. Here are a couple of words that are all from the Latin Word of the Day. The answers will be posted soon, but try to figure out the meanings in English:

1- spiritus

2 – certus

3 – sensus

4 – avaratia

5 – voluptas

6 – prius

7 – pecco

8 – edere, esse

9 – vacare

10 – nox

11 – primus

12 – sobrius

13 – ante

14 – tumultus

15 – duo

16 – laus

17 – consuetudo

18 – metus

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  1. Terry Shaw:

    Today’s entry needs a correction.

    The verb is edo, edere, edui, esum, to eat.

    The infinitive given is the infinitive for sum, esse, fui, futurum.