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L1 P1 U3 Lesson 1

3rd declension nouns, vocab

QuestionAnswer
amor, amoris (3rd dec. mas. noun) love
Aventinus, Aventini (2nd dec. mas. noun) the Aventine
circus, circi (2nd dec. mas. noun) ring, hoop, circle
civitas, civitatis (3rd dec. fem. noun) state, citizenship
defensor, defensoris (3rd dec. mas. noun) guardian, protector
familia, familiae (1st dec. fem. noun) household, family
homo, hominis (3rd dec. mas. noun) human being, man
merenda, merendae (1st dec. fem. noun) snack, afternoon meal
mons, montis (3rd dec. mas. noun) mountain, mount
voratrina, voratrinae (1st dec. fem. noun) snack bar
renuntio, renuntiare, renuntiavi, renuntiatum (1st conj.) report, declare, announce
prope (preposition, takes the acc.) near
me paenitet I’m sorry
3rd declension masc/fem genitive singular ending -is
3rd declension masc/fem dative singular ending -i
3rd declension masc/fem accusative singular ending -em
3rd declension masc/fem ablative singular ending -e
3rd declension masc/fem nom/acc plural ending -es
3rd declension masc/fem dat/abl plural ending -ibus
3rd declension masc/fem genitive plural ending -um
Created by: mhuffman