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Latin - Prepositions

Latin Vocabulary of preposistions from April 23rd, 2011

QuestionAnswer
ab, a (line over "a") from, away (ablative)
ad to, upon, towards (accusitive)
ante before (accusitive)
circum around
cum with, together (ablative)
de from, down from, about, concerning (ablative)
ex, e (line over "e") out of (ablative)
in in, into, against, on (accusitive to which, ablative to where)
inter between, among (accusitive)
intra withing, inside of
ob against (accusitive)
per through (accusitive)
post after, behind (accusitive)
pro before, over, on behalf of
sub under, up to (accusitive to which, ablative of place where)
super over, beyond
trans across, over (accusitive)
sine with (ablative)
contra against (accusitive)
propter because of, on account of (accusitive)
Created by: gleek1127