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Florida Virt. School

Vocabulary Module 3

QuestionAnswer
ager, agri, m. field Derivatives:agrarian, agriculture, pilgrim, peregrination
amicus, -i, m. friend(male) Derivatives: amicable (derived from the Latin amo, amare)
amica, -ae f. friend(female) Derivatives: amicable (derived from the Latin amo, amare)
carrus, carri, m. cart, wagon Derivatives: cart, car, cargo, career, carriage
dea, deae, f. (NB. irregular in dative and abl. plural, both are deabus) goddess Derivatives: deity, deify, deification, divine, divinity, adieu
deus, dei, m. god Derivatives: deity, deify, deification, divine, divinity, adieu
dominus, -i, m. master, lord Derivatives: dominate, dominion, domineer, predominance, predominate
equus, equi, m. horse Derivatives: equestrian, equine, equestrienne
filia, -ae f. (NB. irregular in dative and abl. Plural, both are filiabus) daughter Derivatives: filial, affiliate
filius, fili, m. (NB, words that end in -ius can have the gen. sing ending in -i or -ii! stem = fili-) son Derivatives: filial, affiliate
liberi, liberorum, m. (NB plural only; comes from the Latin word liber, free) children
magistra, magistrae, f. teacher, master (female) Derivatives: magistrate, maestro, master
magister, magistri, m. teacher, master (male) Derivatives: magistrate, maestro, master
patria, -ae, f. fatherland, native country Derivatives: patriotic, patriot
puer, pueri, m. boy Derivatives: puerile, puerility
Romana, -ae, f Roman (female) Derivatives: Roman
Romanus, -i, m . Roman (male) Derivatives: Roman
servus, -i, m. slave, servant Derivatives: servitude, servile, service, servitude, subservient
vir, viri, m. man, hero Derivatives: virile, virility
bellum, -i, n. war Derivatives: belligerent, rebel, rebellion, duel, rebellious
consilium, consili, n. (NB Just like 2nd declension masculine words, the neuter ones that end in "-ium" can have the genitive -i, or -ii; the stem has the "i-". e.g. consili-) plan, counsel Derivatives: counsel
frumentum, -i, n. grain Derivatives: frumentaceous
oppidum, -i, n. town Derivatives: oppidian
periculum, -i, n. danger Derivatives: perilous, imperil, peril
proelium, proeli, n. battle
sacrificium, sacrifici, n. (NB Just like 2nd declension masculine words, the neuter ones that end in "-ium" can have the genitive -i, or -ii; the stem has the "i-". e.g. sacrifici-) sacrifice Derivatives: sacrificial
signum, -i, n. sign, symbol, signal Derivatives: signify, significance, assign, consign, designate, ensign, resign, signet, signature
templum, -i, n. temple Derivatives: templar, contemplate
servo, -are, -avi, -atus save, guard Derivatives: conservation, conservatory, observe, preserve, preservation, reserve, reservation, reservoir
spero, -are, -avi, -atus hope Derivatives: despair, desperation, desperado
mox soon
non iam no longer
nunc now
olim once, once upon a time
arena, -ae, f. sand Derivatives: arena
captivus, -i, m. captive Derivatives: captivate, captivity
gladius, -i, m. sword Derivatives: gladiator, gladiolus, gladiatorial
ludus, -i, m. school or game Derivatives: allude, allusion, delude, delusion, collusion, elude, elusive, illusion, ludicrous, interlude, prelude
otium, oti, n. leisure Derivatives: otiose, negotiate, negotiation
praemium, praemi, n. reward Derivatives: premium
pretium, preti, n. price Derivatives: appraisal, precious, price, appreciate, depreciate, praise, prize
incito, -are, -avi, -atus incite, arouse Derivatives: incite
pugno, -are, -avi, -atus fight Derivatives: compunction, expunge, pounce, punch, pugnacious, pugilist, repugnant
video, videre, vidi, visus see Derivatives: video, visual, vision, revise evident, providential
post (acc) after, behind Derivatives: post meridiem, posterity, posthumous, postwar, preposterous
aut ... aut either...or
et ... et both...and
nunc now
tunc then
Created by: Abbey Lou