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Latein Lektion 1

PONS Latein schnell&sicher - In nur 18 Lektionen zum Latinum

QuestionAnswer
salvēte! seid gegrüßt!
dea,-ae (f) Göttin
domina,-ae (f) Herrin
poēta,-ae (m) Dichter
agricola,-ae (m) Bauer
nauta,-ae (m) Seemann
amīca,.ae (f) Freundin
vīlla,-ae (f) Landhaus
aqua,-ae (f) Wasser
hōra,-ae (f) Stunde
fīlia,.ae (f) Tochter
pūgna,-ae (f) Kampf
serva,-ae (f) Sklavin
fēmina,-ae (f) Frau
puella,-ae (f) Mädchen
terra,-ae (f) Erde, Land
toga,-ae (f) Toga (röm. Männergewand)
dominus,-ī (m) Herr
puer, puerī (m) Junge
templum,-ī (n) Tempel
amīcus,-ī (m) Freund
fīilius,-lī (m) Sohn
magister,-strī (m) Lehrer
monumentum,-ī (n) Denkmal
vir,-ī (m) Mann
laetus,-a, -um fröhlich
līber,-era,- erum frei
pulcher,- chra, -chrum schön, hübsch
bonus, -a, -um gut
māgnus, -a, -um groß
probus, -a, -um tüchtig, rechtschaffen
multus, -a, -um viel
miser, -era, -erum elend, unglücklich
amplus, -a, -um weit(läufig), breit
vocāre, vocō rufen
rīdēre, rīdeō lachen
audīre, audiō hören
amāre, amō lieben
sentīre, sentiō fühlen, meinen
clāmāre, clāmō rufen, schreien
gaudēre, gaudeō sich freuen
aperīre, aperiō öffnen
vidēre, videō sehen
respondēre, respondeō antworten
interrogāre, interrogō fragen
portāre, portō tragen, bringen
monēre, moneō (er)mahnen
adiuvāre, adiuvō helfen
docēre, doceō lehren, unterrichten
venīre, veniō kommen
nāvigāre, nāvigō mit dem Schiff fahren, segeln
arāre, arō pflügen
memoria, -ae (f) Gedächtnis, Erinnerung
exercēre, excerceō üben, trainieren
labor, -is (m) Arbeit, Mühe
opus, -eris (n) Werk
exemplar, -is (n) Muster, Vorbild
mare, -is (n) Meer
animal, -is (n) Tier, Lebewesen
sitis, -is (f) Durst
turris, -is (f) Turm
cīvis, -is (m) Bürger
sēdēs, -is (f) Sitz, Wohnsitz
urbs, -is (f) Stadt, Hauptstadt
gens, -ntis (f) Geschlecht, Sippe, Volksstamm
pater, -tris (m) Vater
māter, -tris (f) Mutter
nāvis, -is (f) Schiff
flūmen, -inis (n) Fluss
ars, -tis (f) Kunst
homō, -inis (m) Mensch
corpus, -oris (n) Körper, Leichnam
regere, regō lenken, leiten
mittere, mittō schicken
legere, legō lesen
currere, currō laufen, eilen
capere, capiō fangen, ergreifen, gefangen nehmen
dīcere, dīcō sagen, sprechen
dūcere, dūcō führen
cadere, cadō fallen
iacere, iaciō werfen
fugere, fugiō fliehen, entfliehen
lavāre, lavō waschen
rapere, rapiō rauben, reißen
trahere, trahō ziehen, schleppen
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