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Latein Lektion 21

Prima Lektion 21

libens libentis- gern
donare dono- schenken
locus Ort. Platz, Stelle
tam so
se gerere sich verhalten
fatum Schicksal,Götterspruch
iucundus a, um- angenehm, erfreulich
posteri (Pl.) posterorum- die Nachkommen
illic (Adv.)- dort
pius a, um- fromm, gerecht, pflichtbewusst
fuga Flucht
regio (f) regionis- Gebiet, Gegend, Richtung
litus (n) litoris- Küste, Strand
iubere (m. Akk.) iubeo, iussi- anordnen, befehlen
flectere flecto, flexi- biegen, (hin)lenken, unstimmen
temptare tempto- angreifen, prüfen, versuchen
turpis e- (sittlich) schlecht, hässlich, schändlich
crudelis e- grausam
dolus List, Täuschung
tristis e- traurig, unfreundlich
adicere adicio, adieci- hinzufügen
nimis (Adv.)- allzu, allzusehr
credere credo, credidi- anvertrauen, glauben
gravis e-schwer
promittere promitto, promisi- versprechen
sponte mea (tua, sua)- freiwillig, aus eigener Kraft, von selbst
desinere desino, desii- aufhören
Created by: JulWinter2001