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L1 P1 U1 Lesson 8

2nd declension neuter nouns, vocab

QuestionAnswer
egeo, egere, egui (2nd conj. - object in the ab. or gen.) need, lack, want
iuvo, iuvare, iuvi, iutum (1st conj.) to help, aid, assist, please
basium, basii (2nd dec. neut. noun) kiss
consilium, consilii (2nd dec. neut. noun) plan, advice, wisdom, judgement
cura, curae (1st dec. fem. noun) care, attention, caution, anxiety
donum, doni (2nd dec. neut. noun) gift, present
fama, famae (1st dec. fem. noun) rumor, report, fame, reputation
forum, fori (2nd dec. neut. noun previously seen) marketplace, forum
gaudium, gaudii (2nd dec. neut. noun previously seen) fun, joy, delight
humanus, -a, -um (adj.) pertaining to human beings, kind, refined, cultivated
ira, irae (1st dec. fem noun) ire, anger
nauta, nautae (1st dec MAS noun) sailor
periculum, periculi (2nd dec. neut. noun) danger, risk
verus, -a, -um (adj.) true, real, proper
in (preposition, takes the ab.) in, on
2nd declension neuter ending - nominative/accusative/vocative singular -um
2nd declension neuter ending - genitive singular ending -i
2nd declension neuter ending - dative/ablative singular ending -o
2nd declension neuter ending - nom/acc/voc plural -a
2nd declension neuter ending - genitive plural -orum
2nd declension neuter ending - dative/ablative plural -is
Created by: mhuffman