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Latin Vocabulary 108-208

Argricola Farmer
Aqua Water
Femina Woman
Insula Island
Paeninsula Penninsula
Italia Italy
Natura Nature
Nautae Sailor
Poeta Poet
Puella Girl
Silva Forest
Via Road/Way
est is
sunt are
et and
non not
sed but
Vita Life
Casa House
Fama Fame
Familia Family
Fortuna Fortune/Luck
Terra Land/Earth
Amo Love
Habito Live
Laboro Work
Paro Prepare
Porto Carry
Specto Watch/look at
Copia Supply
Gallia Gaul, the romans, called France Gaul
Regina Queen
Statua Statue
Ambulo Walk
Laudo Praise
Navigo Sail
ad to,towards
de down, down from
in in/on when followed by ablative into/onto when followed by accusative
trans across
Fabula Story
Roma Rome
Patria Fatherland,country
Pecunia Money
Villa Farmhouse
Do/ dare/ dedi/ datus give
Dono, donare, donavi, donatus give/donate
mando, mandare, mandavi, mandatus entrust
monstrare show
nuntio, nuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatus tell,report
a,ab away from
cum with
e, ex out from
pro In front of, on behalf of
sine without
sub With abl. = under/with acc. = up to
linguga language
praeda loot
provincia province
pugna Battle,fight (noun)
Pugno fight (verb)
aedificatus build
occupo seize, occupy
voco call
circum (with acc.) around
aut or
etiam also,even
hodie today
postea later
saepe often
tum then
Created by: samanthaspark