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lesson 27 vocab.

Latin Vocabulary for lesson 27 SHS

QuestionAnswer
Coniunx, coniugis m. or f. Noun Spouse, Husband, Wife
Flumen, fluminis n. Noun River, Stream
Oculus, -i m. Noun Eye
Sol, solis m. Noun Sun
Studium, -i n. Noun Eagerness, Enthusiansm; Study, Hobby
Versō, versāre, versāvī, versātus Verb To Keep Turning, Occupy; Be Employed (passive)
Vertō, vertere, versī, versus Verb To Turn
Aeternus, -a, -um Adjective Eternal, Everlasting
Plenus, -a, -um Adjective Full
Idem, eadem, idem Adjective The Same
Nullus, -a, -um Adjective No, None, Not Any
Solus, -a, -um Adjective Alone, Lonely
Totus, -a, -um Adjective Whole, Total
Ullus, -a, -um Adjective Any
Alter, -a, -um Adjective The Other, The Second
Uter, utra, utrum Adjective Which (of two)?
Alius, alia, aliud Adjective Other, Another
Alienus, -a, -um Adjective Another's, Someone Else's
Quisque, quidque Adjective/Pronouns Each One
Quique, quaeque, quoque Adjectives/Pronouns Each
Uterque, utraque, utrumque Adjective/Pronouns Each (of each)
Ipse, ipsa, ipsum Intensive Pronoun He, himself; She, herself; It, itself
Deinde Adverbs Then, Next; Hereafter, Thereafter
Igitur Adverbs Therefore
Ibidem Adverbs In The Same Place
Eodem Adverbs To The Same Place
Indidem Adverbs From The Same Place
Aliter Adverbs Otherwise, Else
Created by: aquirko