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Latein Lektion 9

Prima Lektion 9

VokabelÜbersetzungStammformen
convenire besuchen, zusammenkommen, zusammenpassen conveniō, convēnī, conventum
hospes Fremder, Gast, Gastgeber hospitis m.
dominus Herr i m.
considere sich setzen, sich niederlassen cōnsīdo, cōnsēdī, cōnsessum
parere gehorchen, sich richten nach pāreō, pāruī, pāritūrus
aqua Wasser aquae, f
postea Adv.- nachher, später
cibus Nahrung, Speise -ī, m
praebere gehen, hinhalten praebeō, praebuī, praebitum
bibere trinken bibō, bibī, bibitūrus
oratio Rede orationis f.
habere haben, halten habeō, habuī, habitum
vobis Dat.- euch
gratia Ansehen, Beliebtheit, Dank, Gefälligkeit -ae, f
gratias agere danken
interesse intersum m. Dat.- dazwischen sein, teilnehmen an intersum, interfuī, interfutūrus
mos Sitte, Brauch Pl. Charakter moris m.
maiores Vorfahren maiorum m.
munus Aufgabe, Geschenk muneris n.
atque und
inducere induco- (hin)einführen, verleiten
quoque auch
narrare narro (de m. Abl.)- erzählen (von/über)
iter itineris n. - Reise, Weg, Marsch
Created by: JulWinter2001