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SimsLatIILambert

Latona et Niobe

TermDefinition
poeta -ae, m = poet **Be careful! This looks like a 1st decl. fem. noun -- but it's not! It's one of the very few 1st decl. masc. nouns.
fabula -ae, f = story
dea -ae, f = goddess
femina -ae, f = woman
regina -ae, f = queen
superbus -a, -um = proud, arrogant
quod (conj) = because
septem seven (Roman numeral VII)
filius -i, m = son
filia -ae, f = daughter
habeo habere/habui/habitus = to have, possess
se (reflex pron) = himself/herself/itself/themselves
liberi -orum, m pl = children
laudo (1) = to praise
causa -ae, f = cause, reason
superbia -ae, f = pride, arrogance
meus -a, -um = my
potentia -ae, f = (political) power
familia -ae, f = family
amicus -i, m = friend
sed (conj) = but, but rather
fama -ae, f = fame, reputation; rumor
quoque (adv) = too, also
clarus -a, -um = famous, well-known
deus -i, m = god
oppidum -i, nt = town
multus -a, -um = much; (in the pl) many
sapientia -ae, f = wisdom
via -ae, f = street, road, way
ambulo (1) = to walk
moneo monere/monui/monitus = to warn
ita (adv) = thus(ly), so, like this
do dare/dedi/datus = to give
donum -i, nt = gift
itaque (adv) = and so; therefore
ara -ae, f = altar
templum -i, nt = temple
orno (1) = to decorate, adorn
ibi (adv) = there, in that place
sanctus -a, -um = sacred, sanctified
flamma -ae, f = flame
ecce = behold!
pulcher pulchra, pulchrum = beautiful
sto stare/steti/status = to stand
oculus -i, m = eye
circumspecto (1) = to look around
voco (1) = to call
clamo (1) = to shout
cur (adv) = why
oro (1) = to pray (to), to worship
nemo neminis, m/f = no one
sum esse/fui/futurus = to be
avus -i, m = ancestor; grandfather
regia -ae, f = palace, court
dignus -a, -um = worthy
maxime (adv) = especially, chiefly
beatus -a, -um = blessed
puer -i, m = boy
rogo (1) = to ask
praesto (1) = to surpass, to be superior to
unus -a, -um = one
solus -a, -um = alone, only
fortuna -ae, f = chance, luck, fate
Created by: simsma