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DLS Latin 1 pg 169

DLS Latin 1 page 169

extrēmus, -a, -um end of
imus, -a, -um bottom of
medius, -a, -um middle of
omnis, -s all of
reliquus, -a, -um rest of
summus, -a, -um top of
amnis, amnis m. river
arx, arcis f. citadel, castle
caedēs, caedis f slaughter, murder
hostis, hostis m. enemy
ignis, ignis m, fire
imber, imbris m, rainstorm, shower
mare, maris n. sea
mors, mortis f. death
nāvis, nāvis f. ship
parēns, parentis m. or f. parent
pars, partis f. part, share; role
urbs, urbis f. city
vīs, vīs force, violence
vīrēs, vīrium f.(plural) strength.
Hostis means a public enemy, an enemy of the state
inimicus (used as a noun) a personal enemy.
Ubi sunt hostēs? Where are the enemy
Hostis used as a plural when more than one person is meant.
Magna pars usually means “the large part”, i.e. the majority
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