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Latin Vocab 7

Latin vocabulary for 7th grade latin

familia, familiae: 1f= household
filia, filiae: 1f= daughter
serva, servae: 1f= female slave
habito, habitare, habitavi, xxx: I= l Iive
et (conjuction)= and
et (adverb)= too, also, even
coquus, coqui: 2m= cook
corona, coronae: 1f= garland/crown
lar, laris: 3m= Lar
scaena, scaenae: 1f= stage
servus, servi: 2m= male slave
plenus-a-um: (2/1/2) (plus genitive)= full of
celo, celare, celavi, celatus-a-um: I= I hide
clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatus-a-um: I= I shout
intro, intrare, intravi, intratus-a-um: I= I enter
porto, portate, partavi, portatis-a-um: I= I carry
voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatus-a-um= I call
habeo, habere, habuei, habitus-a-um= I have
timeo, timere, timui, xxx:II= I am afraid of
ad (plus accusative)= toward
ab (plus ablative)= away from
autem= but
cur why
deinde then
enim because
igitur therefore
in in
nam because
non no
nunc now
quoque because
sed but
semper always
si if
sub under
cura, curae: 1f care, worry
deus, dei: 2m god
thesaurus, thesauri: 2m treasure
unguentum, uguenti:2m ointment
somnium, somnii: 2n sleep, dream
exitum, exitii: 2n death, destruction
ingenium, ingenii: 2n talent
periculum, periculi: 2n danger
aedis, aedis: 3f house
fur, furis: 3m theif
honor, honoris: 3m honor, respect
senex, senis: 3m old man
multus-a-um (2/1/2) much/a lot/ many
nullus-a-um no, none
Created by: doubtfire66