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LFCB chap 6-7

Latin Flashcards

LatinEnglish
Pronouns
eum him(accusative case)
eam her(accusative case)
id it(nominative or accusative case)
Nouns (1st Declension)
flamma,-ae flame
forma,-ae shape, beauty
gratia,-ae thanks
hora,-ae hour
ianua,-ae (jauna,-ae)* *Ecclesiastial spelling door
lacrima,-ae tear
lingua,-ae tongue, language
Review Vocabulary
ceno, cenare, cenavi, cenatum to dine
canto, cantare, cantavi, cantatum to sing, chant
appello, appellare, appellavi, appellatum to name
accuso, accusare, accusavi, accusatum to accuse
commemoro, commemorare, commemoravi, commemoratum to remember
chap 7
littera,-ae(f) letter
luna,-ae(f) moon
luxuria,-ae(f) luxury, exravagance
memoria,-ae(f) memory
opera,-ae(f) effort, services
legatus,-i(f) deputy, lieutenant
oculus,-i(f) eye
Review Vocabulary
magister/magistra teacher, master(male/female)
discipulus/discipula student, disciple (male/female)
dominus/domina lord, master(male/female)
servus/serva slave(male/female)
famulus/ famula servant(male/female)
Created by: anikaneal