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Using Latin I: VII

Beginning Latin

Aurum, -i (n.) Gold
Auxilium, -i (n.) Help, aid
Bellum, -i (n.) War
Bracchium, -i (n.) Forearm, arm
Caverna, -ae (f.) Cavern, cave
Coma, -ae (f.) Hair
Consilium, -i (n.) Plan, counsel, design, advice
Copia, -ae (f.) Plenty, supply; pl. Forces, troops
Deus, -i (m.); nom. pl. Di God
Dolus, -i (m.) Trick, treachery, deceit; Scheme
Folium, -i (n.) Leaf
Forma, -ae (f.) Form; Beauty
Hora, -ae (f.) Hour
Liber, libri (m.) Book
Matrimonium, -i (n.) Marriage
In matrimonium ducere To marry
Medicina, -ae (f.) Medicine
Pretium, -i (n.) Price
Ramus, -i (m.) Branch, bough
Regia, -ae (f.) Palace
Regnum, -i (n.) Kingdom; Royal power
Rosa, -ae (f.) Rose
Scutum, -i (n.) Shield
Tabernaculum, -i (n.) Tent
Tuba, -ae (f.) Trumpet
Vir, viri (m.) Man
Convoco, -are, -avi, -atum To call together
Inflo, -are, -avi, -atum To blow into, blow; Play on
Muto, -are, -avi, -atum To change, turn
Probo, -are, -avi, -atum To Approve, approve of
Vulnero, -are, -avi, -atum To wound
Aureus, -a, -um Of gold, golden
Mortuus, -a, -um Dead (adj.)
Novem Nine
Pretiosus, -a, -um Expensive, costly
Sex Six
Tres Three
Deinde Next, then
Jam Now, already
Non jam No longer
Postridie On the next day
Primo At first, first
Statim At once, immediately
Aut Or
Aut...aut... Either...or...
Quamquam Although
Ad + acc. To, toward; Near; At; For
Post + acc. Behind, after, back of
Post (adv.) Afterwards, later
Ante + acc. Before, in front of
Per + acc. Through; All along
Trans +acc. Across
Created by: Hamilcar