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Latin

Chapter 13

TermDefinition
annus, -i year
mensis, -is month
dies, -ei day
saeculum, -i century
tempus, -i time
facies, -ei face
mane, - morning
vesper, - evening
nox, - night
initium, -i beginning
hora, -ae hour
meridies, -ei midday, noon
luna, -ae moon
stella, -ae star
lux, - light
forma, -ae form
kalendae first of the month
idus middle of the month
nonae the 7th or 9th of the month
aequinoctium, -i equinox
aestas summer
hiems winter
ver spring
autumnus, -i fall
imber rain
nix snow
lacus, -i lake
glacies, -ei ice
urbs city
postremus last
dimidius half
aequus equal, calm
clarus bright, clear, loud
totus all, total
obscurus dark
exiguus tiny
calidus hot
frigidus cold
undecim eleven
triginta thirty
sexaginta sixty
ducenti two hundred
tricenti three hundred
quintus fifth
sextus sixth
septimus seventh
octavus eighth
nonus ninth
decimus tenth
undecimus eleventh
duodecimus twelfth
nominare to name
illustrare to light up
incipere to begin
operire to cover
velle to wish
erat, erant to want
vel or
tunc then
nunc now
igitur therefore, then, so
item likewise, also
quando? when?
Created by: stephaniem1999