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L1 P1 U4 Lesson 1

Adjectives, vocab

QuestionAnswer
alius, alia, aliud (-ius adj.) other, another
alli…alii some…others
alter, altera, alterum (-ius adj.) the other of two, second
neuter, neutra,neutrum (-ius adj.) not either, neither
nullus, nulla, nullum (-ius adj.) not any, no, none
solus, sola, solum (-ius adj.) alone, only, the only
non solum…sed etiam not only… but also
totus, tota, totum (-ius adj.) whole, entire
ullus, ulla, ullum (-ius adj.) any
unus, una, unum (-ius adj.) one, single, alone
uter, utra, utrum (-ius adj.) either, which of two
curriculum, curriculi race course, running
ludus, ludi fun, play, game, sport
miles, militis soldier
parens, parentis parents
viridis, (neut.) viride green
intellego, intellegere, intellexi, intellectum understand
sublevo, sublevare, sublevavi, sublevatum lift up, support, encourage
aut (conjunction) or, aut… aut
enim (postpositive conjunction) for, in fact, truly
nimis/nimium (adverb) too much, too, excessively
quam (adverb) how
Created by: mhuffman