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LFA, Unit IV

Latin for Americans Unit IV vocabulary, Level 1

arma, armorum, n. arms, weapons
auxilium, auxilii, n. help, aid, assistance
bellum, belli, n. war
causa, causae, f. cause, case, reason
concordia, concordiae, f. harmony, peace
dominus, domini, m. master
locus, loci, m. loca, locorum, n. pl. place, location
nuntius, nuntii, m. messenger
officium, officii, n. duty, responsibility
oppidum, oppidi, n. town
populus, populi, m. people; pl. nations
pretium, pretii, n. price
templum, templi, n. temple
terminus, termini, n. end, boundary
aequus, aequa, aequum fair, equal, even, calm
latus, lata, latum wide
publicus, publica, publicum public, open
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum pretty, beautiful; handsome
verus, vera, verum true
vester, vestra, vestrum your (pl)
accedere to approach
debere ought (to); owe
maturare hasten (to)
agere discuss, do, drive, live, spend time
cedere move (away from); retreat, yield, give way
excedere depart
defendere defend
exspectare look out for, await
mittere send; let go
ponere put, place
capere take, seize
accipere receive
facere do, make
munire fortify
regere rule, guide
venire come
invenire find, come upon
ducere lead
efficere bring about, produce, effect
narrare tell, relate
quis? Who?
Quid? What?
ubi (adverb) when
-ne signals a question (yes or no); does not translate
Created by: edavislatin