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Visual Latin L14

Visual Latin 1 - Lesson 14

ante before
quis, qui who? (m)
quae, quae who? (f)
quid, quae who? (n)
cuius, quorum whose? (m and n)
cuius, quarum whose? (f)
quem, quos whom? (m)
quem, quas whom? (f)
quid, quae (acc) whom? (n)
quo, quibus with whom? (m and n)
qua, quibus with whom? (f)
laboro, laborare to work
munus, muneris (n) gift, tribute
donum, i (n) gift
duo two
filius, i (m) son
pastor, pastoris (m) shepherd
oves sheep
defendo, defendere to defend
ferus, a, um wild
lupus, lupi (m) wolf
vivo, vivere to live
silva, silvae (f) forest
unus, una, unum one
ovis, ovis (f) sheep
respecto, respectare look back at
campus, i (m) field
interfecio, interficere to kill
nescio, nescire to not know
custos, custodis (m) a guard
Quid fecisti? What have you done?
ager, agri (m) field
clamo, clamare to shout
fero, ferre to carry
germanus, germani (m) brother
ibi there
tristis, triste sad
vox, vocis (f) voice
abi go away!
ad to, toward
impero, imperare to command
iratus, a, um angry
num introduces a question with a negative response
pro for
Quid? What?
quodam die on a certain day
Quot? How many?
tuus, a, um your
agricola, ae (m) farmer