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L1 P1 U3 Lesson 2

3rd declension neuter nouns, vocab

QuestionAnswer
autopyrus, autopyri (2nd dec. mas. noun) whole wheat bread
candidus, candida, candidum (adj.) white
carmen, carminis (3rd dec. neut. noun) song, poem
caseus, casei (2nd dec. mas. noun) cheese
corpus, corporis (3rd dec. neut. noun) body
exercitor, exercitoris (3rd dec. mas. noun) trainer
fames, famis (3rd dec. fem. noun) hunger
miser, misera, miserum (adj.) pitiful, poor
nomen, nominis (3rd dec. neut. noun) name
paniculus, paniculi (2nd dec. mas. noun) bread rolls, little bread
passa, passae (1st dec. fem. noun) raisins
tempus, temporis (3rd dec. neut. noun) time, occasion, opportunity
ursus, ursi (2nd dec. mas. noun, or ursa, ursae, fem.) bear
porto, portare, portavi, portatum (1st conj.) carry, convey
cum (preposition, takes ab.) with
ecce (interjection) lo! behold!
fame morior I’m dying of hunger
ultra (preposition, takes acc.) beyond
3rd declension neuter nom/dat singular ending none
3rd declension neuter genitive singular ending -is
3rd declension neuter dative singular ending -i
3rd declension neuter ablative singular ending -e
3rd declension neuter nom/acc plural ending -a
3rd declension neuter genitive plural ending -um
3rd declension neuter dative/ablative plural ending -ibus
Created by: mhuffman