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DLS Latin 2015 2-24

DLS Latin page 61

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deus, i, m god
filius, fili, m son
liberi, liberorum, m (pl) children
servus, i, m slave
altus, a, um high, deep
bonus, a, um good
liber, libera, liberum free
longus, a, um long
meus, a, um my, mine
noster, nostra, nostrum our, ours
tuus, a, um your, yours (one person's)
vester, vestra, vestrum your, yours (more than one person's)
bene (adverb) well
male (adverb) badly, ill
A Roman familia, household was made up of slaves and free persons, servi and liberi. Hence the Latin word for children, liberi, is merely the adjective liber used as a noun.
Possessive adjectives (meus, noster, tuus, vester) are not normally used when the fact of possession can be taken for granted. If they are used, they have an emphatic sense.
Cum filio ambulo I am walking with my son.
Cum meo filio ambulo I am walking with my own son.
altitude height above the earth or sea level
benefit advantage, help
Bonus a payment above and beyond the required amount
deity god or goddess
filial of a son or daughter
longevity long life
malnutrition poor nourishment
servile slave like
Created by: ka1usg