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LitCT Vol. 1, Ch 6

Latin in the Christian Trivium, Vol. 1, Chapter 6

QuestionAnswer
ager, agri, m. field, land (agriculture)
amicus, amici, m. friend
angelus, angeli, m. angel, messenger from God
animus, animi, m. soul, mind, spirit, heart, pl. = courage (animated)
annus, anni, m. year (annual, biennial)
apostolus, apostoli, m. apostle
campus, campi, m field, plain
carrus, carri, m. cart, wagon (carriage)
discipulus, discipuli, m. disciple (discipline)
dominus, domini, m. lord, master, ruler (dominate, dominion)
equus, equi, m. horse (equestrian)
filius, fili, m. son (filial)
gladius, gladi, m. sword (gladiator)
legatus, legati, m. lieutenant, ambassador, envoy (legate, legation)
liber, libri, m book (library)
ludus, ludi, m. game, school, sport (prelude, interlude)
magister, magistri, m. master, teacher (magistrate)
mundus, mundi, m. world (mundane)
numerus, numeri, m. number, group (enumerate)
nuntius, nunti, m. message, messenger (announcer)
oculus, oculi, m. eye (oculist)
populus, populi, m. nation, people, not persons (population)
puer, pueri, m boy, plural = boys, children
survus, servi, m. servant
vir, viri, m. man, husband (virile)
Christus, Christi, m. Christ
Davus, Davi, m. Davus or David
Deus, Dei, m. God (deify)
Iacobus, Iacobi, m. Jacob or James
Ioannes, Ioannis (3rd declension), m. John
Petrus, Petri, m. Peter
Philippus, Philippi, m. Philip
Pharisaeius, Pharisaei, m. Pharisee
Romulus Fidelius Centurio, m. Romulus Fidelius the Centurion
Titus, Titi, m. Titus
field, land ager, agri, m.
friend amicus, amici, m.
angel, messenger from God angelus, angeli, m.
soul, mind, spirit, heart, pl. = courage animus, animi, m.
year annus, anni, m.
apostle apostolus, apostoli, m.
field, plain campus, campi, m
cart, wagon carrus, carri, m.
disciple discipulus, discipuli, m.
lord, master, ruler dominus, domini, m.
horse equus, equi, m.
son filius, fili, m.
sword gladius, gladi, m.
lieutenant, ambassador, envoy legatus, legati, m.
book liber, libri, m
game, school, sport ludus, ludi, m.
master, teacher magister, magistri, m.
world mundus, mundi, m.
number, group numerus, numeri, m.
message, messenger nuntius, nunti, m.
eye oculus, oculi, m.
nation, people, not persons populus, populi, m.
boy, plural = boys, children puer, pueri, m
servant survus, servi, m.
man, husband vir, viri, m.
Christ Christus, Christi, m.
Davus or David Davus, Davi, m.
God Deus, Dei, m.
Jacob or James Iacobus, Iacobi, m.
John Ioannes, Ioannis (3rd declension), m.
Peter Petrus, Petri, m.
Philip Philippus, Philippi, m.
Pharisee Pharisaeius, Pharisaei, m.
Romulus Fidelius the Centurion Romulus Fidelius Centurio, m.
Titus Titus, Titi, m.
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