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Latin Vocab and Quot

Stack #93072

Femina woman
agricola farmer
nauta sailor
ancilla maid
dea goddess
regina queen
filia daughter
colonus farmer
amicus friend
dominus lord
filius son
puer boy
servus slave
socius companion
vir man
provincia province
terra earth
copia supply
nebula cloud
silva forest
rex king
plebs common people
civis citizen
fur theif
frater brother
custos guard
dux leader
princeps emperor
senex old man
pastor shepherd
pater father
mulier woman
soror sister
uxor wife
medicus doctor
homo man
puella girl
insula island
patria country
via road
ego I
tu you (singular)
nos we
ille/illa he/she
mater, matris mother
bibliotheca library
culina kitchen
spelunca cave
ripa river bank
casa house
hortus garden
campus open field
ager cultivated field
auxilium help
litus ocean shore
urbs city
mare ocean
mons mountain
aqua water
pectus chest
pes foot
vox voice
caput head
cor heart
corpus live body
cadaver dead body
os, ossis bone
os, oris mouth
collum neck
bracchium arm
manus hand
auris ear
nasus nose
oculus eye
dens teeth
digitus finger
genu knee
capillus hair
supercilium eyebrow
supercilius hauty/ proud/ stuck up/ to raise your eyebrow
amo to love
laudo to praise
porto to carry
pugno to fight
specto to watch
voco to call
narro to tell
poto to drink
saluto to greet
impero to order
castigo to scold
aedifico to build
convoco to call together
vulnero to wound
video to see
doceo to teach
teneo to hold
terreo to scare
timeo to be scared
moneo to warn
clamare to shout
errare to wander
debere to owe
latere to hide
ridere to laugh
sedere to sit
vivere to be alive
evanescere to disappear
cadere to fall
cedere to yeild
desistere to stop
quiescere to rest
currere to run
fugere to flee
dormire to sleep
scire to know
advenire to approach
dolere to be sad
vendere to sell
frangere to break
balaena whale
porcus pig
vacca cow
equus horse
avis biurd
leo lion
canis dog
feles cat
aquila eagle
apis bee
accipiter hawk
pullus chicken
lupus wolf
formica ant
ursus bear
cancer crab
aranea spider
musca fly
rana frog
bubo owl
Parat, Ditat, Durat It prepares it enriches it endures
annuit coeptis he approves of our undertakings; dollar
novus ordo seclorum new order of ages; new world order
e pluribus unum out of move; currency
anno domini in the year of the lord
ante bellum before the war
bona fide in good faith
sic semper tyrannis thus always to tyrants
carpe diem seize the day
casus belli a cause of war
cave canem beware of dog
caveat emptor let the buyer beware
circa approximately
cogito ergo sum i think, therefor i am
confer to compare
credo i believe
Created by: emily1995