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Latin Vocabulary

Chapter 7 Vocabulary (Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

caput, capitis n. (nouns) head; summit
civitas, civitatis f. (nouns) state; citizenship
consul, consulis m. (nouns) consul (one of two supreme magistrates elected annually in the Roman Republic)
corpus, corporis m. (nouns) body, corpse
dux, ducis m. (nouns) (military) leader,commander
frater, fratris m. (nouns) brother
homo, hominis m. (nouns) human being, man
ius, iuris n. (nouns) right, law; justice
lex, legis f. (nouns) law
libertas, libertatis f. (nouns) freedom, liberty
lux, lucis f. (nouns) light
mater, matris f. (nouns) mother
nomen, nominis n. (nouns) name
pater, patris m. (nouns) father; senator
pax, pacis f. (nouns) peace
rex, regis m. (nouns) king
virtus, virtutis f. (nouns) courage, excellence, virtue
ego, nos (pronouns) I, we
tu, vos (pronouns) you, you (pl.)
careo, carete, carui, cariturus (+ ablative) (verbs) to be without, free from; need, miss (the ablative case originally indicated separation)
noceo, nocere, nocui, nociturus (+ dative) (verbs) to harm, be harmful to
pareo, parere, parui, pariturus (+ dative) (verbs) to obey, be obedient to
placeo, placere, placui, placiturus (+ dative) (verbs) to please, be pleasing to
possum, posse, potui (verbs) to be able, "I can"
Created by: tblackdog