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Latin Collins Unit 7

Ecclesiastical Latin 501 Christendom NDGS

TermDefinition
concelebro, concelebrare, concelebravi, concelebratus celebrate together
firmo, firmare, firmavi, firmatus strengthen, make steady
affirmo, affirmare, affirmavi, affirmatus prove, assert
confirmo, confirmare, confirmavi, confirmatus strengthen, uphold
sano, sanare, sanavi, sanatus heal
dico, dicere, dixi, dictus say, tell
celebro, celebrare, celebravi, celebratus celebrate
dico (alt passive) be called
benedico, benedicere, benedixi, benedictus speak well (of), bless
maledico, maledicere, maledixi, maledictus speak evil of, curse
anima, animae soul, life
animabus plural dative ablative of soul, life
laetitia, laetitiae gladness, joy
liturgia, liturgiae (divine) service, liturgy
misericordia, misericordiae mercy, kindness, pity
turba, turbae crowd, multitude
victoria, victoriae victory
diaconus, diaconi deacon
responsum, responsi answer, response
votum, voti vow, prayer
carus, cara, carum (+dat) dear, beloved
dignus, digna, dignum (+abl) worthy of
indignus, indigna, indignum (+abl) unworthy of
firmus, firma, firmum steadfast, firm
infirmus, infirma, infirmum weak, sick
maestus, maesta, maestum sad
Nazarenus, Nazarena, Nazarum of Nazareth, Nazarene, Nazorean
plenus, plena, plenum (+abl) full (of)
primus, prima, primum first
in primis at first, in the first place
universus, universa, universum all, the whole
unus, una, unum one, a, an
a, ab, abs (prep+abl) by (the agency of)
bene well
Jesus, Jesu, Jesu, Jesum, Jesu Jesus, Joshua
male badly, poorly
male habere be sick
propter on account of, because of
confirmo- confirmation
sano- sanitary
dico- dictation
benedico- benediction
maledico- malediction
anima- animate
turba- turbulent
diaconus- diaconate
votum- votive
dignus- dignify
indignus- indignity
plenus- plentiful
primus- prime
unus- unity
celebro- celebration
audior I am heard
faciuntur they are made
caperis you (s) are received
monetur she is warned
fugamur we are put to flight
fugaris you (s) are chased away
cantamini you (pl) are chanted
sanor I am healed
dicimur we are called
diceris you (s) are told
benedicimur we are blessed
jungimini you (pl) are joined
ducor I am led
bibitur it is drunk
seducitur he is deceived
habentur they are held
traderis you (s) are betrayed
traduntur they are handed down
fugatis you (pl) put to flight
Created by: ritacate