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L1 P1 U1 Lesson 6, 7

2nd declension nouns, vocab

QuestionAnswer
hodie (adverb) today
meus, -a, -um (sing. possessive pronoun previously seen) my
tuus, -a, -um (sing. possessive pronoun previously seen) your
ubi (interrogative) where
2nd declension masculine in -us or -er noun ending - vocative singular -e
2nd declension masculine in -us or -er noun ending - genitive plural -orum
2nd declension masculine in -us or -er noun ending -dative/ablative plural -is
2nd declension masculine in -us or -er noun ending - accusative plural -os
2nd declension masculine in -er noun ending - nominative/vocative singular none
amica, amicae (1st dec. fem. noun) friend (female)
amicus, amici (2nd dec. mas. noun) friend (male)
bonus, -a, -um (adj.) good, kind
filius, filii (2nd dec. mas. noun) son
forum (neuter noun) marketplace
gaudium (neuter noun) fun, joy, delight
lingua, linguae (1st dec. fem. noun) tongue, language
mater (fem. noun) mother
populus, populi (2nd dec. mas. noun) people, the people, nation
Romanus, -a (adj.) Roman
vir, viri man, hero
de (prep. takes the abl.) from, down from, concerning, about
2nd declension masculine in -us or -er noun ending - nominative singular -us
2nd declension masculine in -us or -er noun ending - genitive singular, nominative/vocative plural -i
2nd declension masculine in -us or -er noun ending -dative/ablative singular -o
2nd declension masculine in -us or -er noun ending - accusative singular -um
ambulo, ambulare, ambulavi, ambulatum (1st. conj.) walk, march, traverse
satio, satiare, satiavi, satiatum (1st conj.) satisfy, sate
pauci (masc.), paucae (fem.) adj., usually in plural few, a few
puer, pueri (2nd dec masc. noun) boy (in plural: children)
rosa, rosae (1st dec. fem. noun) rose
ad (prep. takes acc.) to, up to, near to
mihi (personal pronoun, here dative) me
semper (adverb) always
Created by: mhuffman