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CCS Latin 1/2 C4

Vocabulary for Latin 1/2 Chapter 4

crumēna money bag
habet has, is having, does have
pecūnia money
nummus coin
numerat counts, is counting, does count
quattuor 4
quīnque 5
sex 6
septem 7
octō 8
novem 9
decem 10
tantum only
rūrsus again
suus -a -um his (the subject’s own)
adest (pl: adsunt) is here/are here
abest (pl:absunt) is away/are away (absent)
verb ending -e ending for direct address
direct address calling a person by name
salūtat greets, is greeting, does greet
salvē hello
tacet quiets, is quiet, does quiet
nūllus -a -um no, not a single
accūsat accuses, is accusing, does accuse
ecce behold! or look, here is...
mensa table
in (new meaning) on
pōnit puts, is putting, does put
baculum stick
eius his (or her/its – sing, gen)
vacuus -a -um empty
bonus –a –um good
sūmit picks up, is picking up, does pick up
discēdit leaves, is leaving, does leave
quod which
is he (or it – masc, sing, nom)
verbum word
imperat orders, is ordering, does order
pāret obeys, is obeying, does obey
vocātīvus vocative (direct address – referring to someone by name)
imperātīvus imperative (command)
Created by: CCSLatinOne