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Latin 3 Vocab 2

Quiz 2

locus, i (m) place
magister, magistri (m) teacher
manus, us (f) hand, band (of troops)
mare, maris (n) sea
miles, militis (m) soldier
mons, montis (m) mountain
navis, navis (f) ship
nox, noctis (f) night
oculus, i (m) eye
palus, paludis (f) swamp
pars, partis (f) part
pater, patris (m) father
pax, pacis peace
pedes, peditis footsoldier
pes, pedis (m) foot
pons, pontis bridge
porta, ae gate
puella, ae girl
puer, i (m) boy
pugna, ae battle
regina, ae queen
regnum, i (n) kingdom
res, rei thing, matter, situation
rex, regis (m) king
scutum, i (n) shield
sella, ae (f) chair
servus, i (m) slave
spes, spei (f) hope
telum, i (n) weapon, spear
turris, turris (f) tower
urbs, urbis (f) city
via, ae (f) road
villa, ae (f) country house
vir, viri (m) man
vis, vis (f) force, strength
vox, vocis (f) voice
vulnus, vulneris (n) wound
Created by: hflmagistra