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Latin I

Latin Chapter 1 Vocabulary

agricola, agricolae m, farmer
anima, animae f, breath; life force; soul
dea, deae f, goddess
fāma, fāmae f, report, rumor; reputation, fame
fēmina, fēminae f, woman; wife
fīlia, fīlae f, daughter
īnsula, īnsulae f, island
Italia, Italiae f, Italy
nauta, nautae m, sailor
patria, patriae f, country, homeland
pecūnia, pecūniae f, money
poēta, poētae m, poet
puella, puellae f, girl
rēgīna, rēgīnae f, queen
via, viae f, way, road, street, path
ager, agrī m, field
deus, deī m, god
dominus, dominī m, master, lord
fīlius, filiī m, son
gladius, gladiī m, sword
liber, librī m, book
puer, puerī m, boy
servus serwī m, slave
vir, virī m, man; husband
aurum, aurī n, gold
bellum, bellī n, war
cōnsilium, cōnsiliī n, deliberation; plan, advice; judgement
dōnum, dōnī n, gift
factum, factī n, deed
ferrum, ferrī n, iron; sword
oppidum, oppidī n, town
perīculum, perīculī n, danger
verbum, verbī n, word
ā, ab (prep + abl.) (away) from
ad (prep + acc.) toward, to
cum (prep + abl.) with
(prep + abl.) (down) from; about, concerning
ē, ex prep + abl. (out) from
et (conj.) and; (adv.) even, also
et...et... both...and...
in (prep + acc.) into, onto; against (prep + abl.) in,on
ō (interj.) O
-que (enclitic conj.) and
Created by: will.fregozo