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NCVPS Latin I Unit 2

Vocabulary for Latin

QuestionAnswer
multus, -a, -um (1/2 Adjective) many; much
Romanus, -a, -um (1/2 Adjective) Roman
et [conjunction] and
amica, amicae, f (1st declension noun) (female) friend
amicus, amici, m (2nd declension noun) (male) freind
cliens, clientis, m (3rd declension noun) client
femina, feminae, f (1st declension noun) woman
filia, filiae, f, (1st declension noun) daughter
filius, filii, m (2nd declension noun) son
forum, fori, n (2nd declension noun) forum
matrona, matronae, f (1st declension noun) married woman; wife; matron
patronus, patroni, m (2nd declension noun) patron
puella, puellae, f (1st declension noun) girl
puer, pueri, m (2nd declension noun) boy
vir, viri, m (2nd declension noun) man
ad [+ accusative noun] (preposition) to; toward
cum [+ ablative noun] (preposition) with
ambulo, ambulare, ambulavi, ambulatum (1st conjugation verb) to walk
habeo, habere, habui, habitum (2nd conjugation verb) to have
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