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Latin Words 1

recognition words

TermDefinition
quid what
si if
me me
nihil nothing
non not
saepe often
et and
O O! Oh
sine without
de (down) from, about, concerning + ablative
in in, on + ablative
ne/num makes the sentence a question (ne=yes num=no)
satis enough, suficient
-que and (attached to the second word)
sed but
ubi where
ibi there
post after, behind
sub uunder + abl (in a position under) or acc (to a position under)
e/ex out of, from, by reason of + abl
dum while, as long as at the same time
enim for, in fact, truely
in into, onto + acc
cum with + ablative
ante before, in front of + acc
nam for (because)
per through + acc or prefix
trans across + acc
inter between, among + acc
aut or
aut....aut either....or
a/ab (away) from; by
at but (turns the logic of a sentence)
contra against + acc
neque, nec and not, nor
atque, ac and also, and even (stronger connection than et)
quod because, the fact which
Created by: Sejsarah