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Lesson 6 vocabulary

Jenney's First Year

Deus, deī, m. god
Fīlius, fīli, .m Son
Liberī, liberōrum, m. (Plural) Children
Servus, servī, m. Slave
Altus, alta, altum High, deep
Bonus, bona, bonum Good
Līber, lībera, līberum Free
Longus, longa, longum Long
Meus, mea, meum My, mine
Noster, Nostra, nostrum Our, ours
Tuus, tua, tuum Your, yours (one person's)
Vester, vestra, vestrum Your, yours (more than one person's)
Bene (adverb) Well
Male (adverb) Badly, ill
Note on Meus, noster, tuus, vester Not normally used when the fact of possession can be taken for granted-if used, they have an emphatic sense (i.e. Cum fīliō ambulō-I am walking with my son/ cum meō fīliō ambulō-I am walking with my own son
Created by: VanWhit