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Using Latin I: IV

Beginning Latin

Amita, -ae (f.) Aunt
Caelum, -i (n.) Sky, heaven
Flamma, -ae (f.) Fire, flame
Luna, -ae (f.) Moon
Ora, -ae (f.) Shore
Provincia, -ae (f.) Province
Sagitta, -ae (f.) Arrow
Stella, -ae (f.) Star
Ursa, -ae (f.) Bear
Separo, -are, -avi, -atum To separate
Sto, stare, steti, statum To stand
Tempto, -are, -avi, -atum To try
Cum + abl. With (prep.)
Cum When (conj.)
Amoenus, -a, -um Pleasant
Angustus, -a, -um Narrow
Clarus, -a, -um Bright, clear; Famous
Invidiosus,-a, -um Jealous
Maritimus, -a, -um Of the sea, maritime
Ora maritima Seacoast
Propinquus, -a, -um Near, neighboring, near by (adj.)
A, ab + abl. By; From, away from
Celeriter Quickly, swiftly
Hic, haec, hoc This (sing.); these (pl.)
Hodie Today
Interdiu During the day
Iterum Again
Mox Soon
Noctu At night
Semper Always
Ubi Where; when
Vesperi In the evening
Created by: Hamilcar