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NCVPS Latin I Unit 1

Vocabulary for Latin

meus, mea, meum (1/2 adjective) my
canis, canis, m/f (3rd declension noun) dog
familia, familae, f (1st declension noun) family; household
feles, felis, f (3rd declension noun) cat
frater, fratris, m, (3rd delcension noun) brother
mater, matris, f (3rd delension noun) mother
pater, patris, m (3rd declension noun) father
Roma, Romae, f (1st declension noun) Rome
soror, sororis, f (3rd declension noun) sister
villa, villae, f (1st declension noun) house
in [+ablative noun] (preposition) in/on
est (irregular verb) is
habito, habitare (1st conjugation verb) to live; to inhabit
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