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20120510 - Latin

Henle Latin year 1, final

QuestionAnswer
Copia ae, first declension, feminine supply, abundance
Copiae copiarum, first declension, feminine troops, forces
Gallia ae, first declension, feminine Gaul
Gloria ae, first declension, feminine glory/fame
Gratia ae, first declension, favor/influence/grace
Gratiae gratiarum, first declension, feminine thanks
Inopia ae, first declension, feminine scarcity, want
Maria ae, first declension, feminine Mary
Nauta ae, first declension, masculine sailor
porta ae, first declension, feminine gate
provincia ae, first declension, feminine province
Roma ae, first declension, feminine Rome
Silva ae, first declension, feminine forest
terra ae, first declension, feminine earth, land
Via ae, first declension, feminine road, way
victoria ae, first declension, feminine victory
Amicus i, second declension, masculine friend
Christianus i, second declension, masculine Christian
Christus i, second declension, masculine
Deus Dei, second declension, masculine God
Dominus i, second declension, masculine master/Lord
Filius i, second declension, masculine son
Gallus i, second declension, masculine a Gaul
Gladius i, second declension, masculine sword
Mundus i, second declension, masculine world
Murus i, second declension, masculine wall
Populus i, second declension, masculine people, nation
Romanus i, second declension, masculine a Roman
Servus i, second declension, masculine slave, servant
bellum i, second declension, neuter war
caelum i, second declension, neuter sky, heaven
frumentum i, second declension, neuter grain(pl. crops)
imperium i, second declension, neuter command, power, empire
oppidum i, second declension, neuter town
periculum i, second declension, neuter danger
praemium i, second declension, neuter reward
regnum i, second declension, neuter kingdom, royal power
signum i, second declension, neuter standard, signal, sign
castra castrorum, second declension, neuter camp
impedimenta impedimentorum, second declension, neuter baggage, baggage train
Caesar Caesaris, third declension, masculine(gender) Caesar
clamor clamoris, third declension, masculine(ERROR) shouts, shouting
dux ducis, third declension, masculine(gender) leader
eques equitis, third declension, masculine(gender) horseman(pl. cavalry)
frater fratris, third declension, masculine(gender) brother
homo hominis, third declension, masculine(gender) man
imperator imperatoris, third declension, masculine(ERROR) commander in chief, general
legio legionis, third declension, feminine(SOX) legion
lex legis, third declension, feminine(SOX) law
lux lucis, third declension, feminine(SOX) light
mater matris, third declension, feminine(gender) mother
miles militis, third declension, masculine(gender) soldier
pater patris, third declension, masculine(gender) father
pax pacis, third declension, feminine(SOX) peace
princeps principis, third declension, masculine(gender) chief, leading man
rex regis, third declension, masculine(gender) king
salus salutis, third declension, feminine(SOX) safety, welfare, salvation
veritas veritatis, third declension, feminine(SOX) truth
virtus virtutis, third declension, feminine(SOX) courage, virtue
vox vocis, third declension, feminine(SOX) voice, cry
caedes caedis, third declension, feminine(SOX) slaughter
collis collis, third declension, masculine(exc.) hill
gens gentis, third declension, feminine(SOX) tribe
hostis hostis, third declension, masculine(gender) enemy
mons montis, third declension, masculine(exc.) mountain
pars partis, third declension, feminine(SOX) part
pons pontis, third declension, masculine(exc.) bridge
urbs urbis, third declension, feminine(SOX) city
agmen agminis, third declension, neuter(LANCET) column(of soldiers), army(on the march)
corpus corporis, third declension, neuter(exc.) body
flumen fluminis, third declension, neuter(LANCET) river
iter itineris, third declension, neuter(exc.) journey, march, route
Copia ae, first declension, feminine supply, abundance
Copiae copiarum, first declension, feminine troops, forces
Gallia ae, first declension, feminine Gaul
Gloria ae, first declension, feminine glory/fame
Gratia ae, first declension, favor/influence/grace
Gratiae gratiarum, first declension, feminine thanks
Inopia ae, first declension, feminine scarcity, want
Maria ae, first declension, feminine Mary
Nauta ae, first declension, masculine sailor
porta ae, first declension, feminine gate
provincia ae, first declension, feminine province
Roma ae, first declension, feminine Rome
Silva ae, first declension, feminine forest
terra ae, first declension, feminine earth, land
Via ae, first declension, feminine road, way
victoria ae, first declension, feminine victory
Amicus i, second declension, masculine friend
Christianus i, second declension, masculine Christian
Christus i, second declension, masculine
Deus Dei, second declension, masculine God
Dominus i, second declension, masculine master/Lord
Filius i, second declension, masculine son
Gallus i, second declension, masculine a Gaul
Gladius i, second declension, masculine sword
Mundus i, second declension, masculine world
Murus i, second declension, masculine wall
Populus i, second declension, masculine people, nation
Romanus i, second declension, masculine a Roman
Servus i, second declension, masculine slave, servant
bellum i, second declension, neuter war
caelum i, second declension, neuter sky, heaven
frumentum i, second declension, neuter grain(pl. crops)
imperium i, second declension, neuter command, power, empire
oppidum i, second declension, neuter town
periculum i, second declension, neuter danger
praemium i, second declension, neuter reward
regnum i, second declension, neuter kingdom, royal power
signum i, second declension, neuter standard, signal, sign
castra castrorum, second declension, neuter camp
impedimenta impedimentorum, second declension, neuter baggage, baggage train
Caesar Caesaris, third declension, masculine(gender) Caesar
clamor clamoris, third declension, masculine(ERROR) shouts, shouting
dux ducis, third declension, masculine(gender) leader
eques equitis, third declension, masculine(gender) horseman(pl. cavalry)
frater fratris, third declension, masculine(gender) brother
homo hominis, third declension, masculine(gender) man
imperator imperatoris, third declension, masculine(ERROR) commander in chief, general
legio legionis, third declension, feminine(SOX) legion
lex legis, third declension, feminine(SOX) law
lux lucis, third declension, feminine(SOX) light
mater matris, third declension, feminine(gender) mother
miles militis, third declension, masculine(gender) soldier
pater patris, third declension, masculine(gender) father
pax pacis, third declension, feminine(SOX) peace
princeps principis, third declension, masculine(gender) chief, leading man
rex regis, third declension, masculine(gender) king
salus salutis, third declension, feminine(SOX) safety, welfare, salvation
veritas veritatis, third declension, feminine(SOX) truth
virtus virtutis, third declension, feminine(SOX) courage, virtue
vox vocis, third declension, feminine(SOX) voice, cry
caedes caedis, third declension, feminine(SOX) slaughter
collis collis, third declension, masculine(exc.) hill
gens gentis, third declension, feminine(SOX) tribe
hostis hostis, third declension, masculine(gender) enemy
mons montis, third declension, masculine(exc.) mountain
pars partis, third declension, feminine(SOX) part
pons pontis, third declension, masculine(exc.) bridge
urbs urbis, third declension, feminine(SOX) city
agmen agminis, third declension, neuter(LANCET) column(of soldiers), army(on the march)
corpus corporis, third declension, neuter(exc.) body
flumen fluminis, third declension, neuter(LANCET) river
iter itineris, third declension, neuter(exc.) journey, march, route
nomen nominis, third declension, neuter(LANCET) name
vulnus vulneris, third declension, neuter(exc.) wound
adventus ūs, fourth declension, masculine arrival, coming
equitatus ūs, fourth declension, masculine cavalry
exercitus ūs, fourth declension, masculine army
impetus ūs, fourth declension, masculine attack
metus ūs, fourth declension, masculine fear
portus ūs, fourth declension, masculine harbor
senatus ūs, fourth declension, masculine senate
spiritus ūs, fourth declension, masculine breath, spirit
acies aciei, fifth declension, feminine battle line
fides fidei, fifth declension, feminine faith, reliability, faithfulness
res rei, fifth declension, feminine thing, affair
spes spei, fifth declension, feminine hope
altus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective high, deep
angustus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective narrow
bonus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective good
Christianus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective Christian
cupidus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective (w. gen) eager, desirous
finitimus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective (w. dat) neighboring, next
longus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective long
magnus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective great, large
malus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective bad
multus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective much(pl. many)
plenus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective (w. gen or abl) full
primus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective first
reliquus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective remaining, the rest of
Romanus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective Roman
sanctus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective holy, saint
tutus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective safe
brevis e, third declension adjective short
communis e, third declension adjective common
difficilis e, third declension adjective difficult
facilis e, third declension adjective easy
fortis e, third declension adjective brave, strong
gravis e, third declension adjective heavy, severe, serious
nobilis e, third declension adjective noble, renowned
omnis e, third declension adjective all, every
similis e, third declension adjective (w. gen or dat) like, similar
in prep. w. acc. in, into, against, upon, on
post prep. w. acc. after, behind
propter prep. w. acc. on account of
cum prep. w. abl. with
in prep. w. abl. in, on
pro prop. w. abl. in front of(before), on behalf of(for)
autem conj, postpositive however
et conj. and
et...et both...and
itaque conj. therefore, and so
quod conj. because
sed conj. but
non adv. not
nunc adv. now
Jesus u, separate declension, masculine Jesus
prima luce at dawn
quid what?
Declension of Jesus ūs, ū, ū, ūm, ū
first declension endings a, ae, ae, am, ā ae, arum, is, as, is
first declension gender feminine
second declension masculine endings us, i, o, um, o i, orum, is, os, is
second declension neuter endings um, i, o, um, o a, orum, is, a, is
third declension mas/fem endings (x), is, i, em, e es, um(ium), ibus, es, ibus
third declension gender rules SOX - feminine ERROR - masculine LANCET - neuter gender comes first
third declension um/ium rules use ium when nom. sing. ends with two consonants, or has same number of syllables as gen. sing.
third declension neuter endings (x), is, i, (x), e a, um, ibus, a, ibus
fourth declension endings us, ūs, ui, um, ū ūs, uum, ibus, ūs, ibus
fourth declension gender masculine
fifth declension endings es, ei, ei, em, e es, erum, ebus, es, ebus
fifth declension gender feminine
incolunt they inhabit
occiderunt they killed
fecerunt they made
agunt they give(w. gratias)
third declension adjective endings(mas/fem) is, is, i, em, i es, ium, ibus, es, ibus
third declension adjective endings(neut) e, is, i, e, i ia, ium, ibus, ia, ibus
First person singular pronouns ego, mei, mihi, me, me
first person plural pronouns nos, nostri/nostrum, nobis, nos, nobis
second person singular pronouns tu, tui, tibi, te, te
second person plural pronouns vos, vestri/vestrum, vobis, vos, vobis
meus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective my, mine
noster nostra, nostrum, 2-1-2 adjective our, ours
tuus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective your/yours
vester vestra, vestrum, 2-1-2 adjective your/yours (plural)
reflexive third person pronouns -, sui, sibi, se, se
non-reflexive third person masculine pronouns is, ejus, ei, eum, eo ei, eorum, eis, eos, eis
non-reflexive third person feminine pronouns ea, ejus, ei, eam, ea eae, earum, eis, eas, eis
non-reflexive third person neuter pronouns id, ejus, ei, is, eo ea, eorum, eis, ea, eis
First conjugation: present/active/indicative o, as, at amus, atis, ant
First conjugation: imperfect/active/indicative abam, abas, abat abamus, abatis, abant
First conjugation: future/active/indicative abo, abis, abit abimus, abitis, abunt
Second conjugation: present/active/indicative eo, es, et emus, etis, ent
Second conjugation: imperfect/active/indicative ebam, ebas, ebat ebamus, ebatis, ebant
Second conjugation: future/active/indicative ebo, ebis, ebit ebimus, ebitis, ebunt
Third conjugation: present/active/indicative o, is, it imus, itis, unt
Third conjugation: imperfect/active/indicative ebam, ebas, ebat ebamus, ebatis, ebant
Third conjugation: future/active/indicative am, es, et emus, etis, ent
Fourth conjugation: present/active/indicative io, is, it imus, itis, iunt
Fourth conjugation: imperfect/active/indicative iebam, iebas, iebat iebamus, iebatis, iebant
Fourth conjugation: future/active/indicative iam, ies, iet iemus, ietis, ient
Perfect/active/indicative endings i, isti, it imus, istis, erunt
Pluperfect/active/indicative endings eram, eras, erat eramus, eratis, erant
Future perfect/active/indicative endings ero, eris, erit erimus, eritis, erint
First conjugation: present/passive/indicative or, aris, atur amur, amini, antur
Second conjugation: present/passive/indicative eor, eris, etur emur, emini, entur
Third conjugation: present/passive/indicative or, eris, itur imur, imini, untur
Fourth conjugation: present/passive/indicative ior, iris, itur imur, imini, iuntur
First conjugation: imperfect/passive/indicative abar, abaris, abatur abamar, abamini, abantur
Second conjugation: imperfect/passive/indicative ebar, ebaris, ebatur ebamur, ebamini, ebantur
Third conjugation: imperfect/passive/indicative ebar, ebaris, ebatur ebamur, ebamini, ebantur
Fourth conjugation: imperfect/passive/indicative iebar, iebaris, iebatur iebamur, iebamini, iebantur
First conjugation: future/passive/indicative abor, aberis, abitur abimur, abimini, abuntur
Second conjugation: future/passive/indicative ebor, eberis, ebitur ebimur, ebimini, ebuntur
Third conjugation: future/passive/indicative ar, eris, etur emur, emini, entur
Fourth conjugation: future/passive/indicative iar, ieris, ietur iemur, iemini, ientur
Present/active/indicative of SUM sum, es, est sumus, estis, sunt
Imperfect/active/indicative of SUM eram, eras, erat eramus, eratis, erant
Future/active/indicative of SUM ero, eris, erit erimus, eritis, erunt
Perfect/active/indicative of SUM fui, fuisti, fuit fuimus, fuistis, fuerunt
Pluperfect/active/indicative of SUM fueram, fueras, fuerat fueramus, fueratis, fuerant
Future perfect/active/indicative of SUM fuero, fueris, ferit fuerimus, fueritis, fuerint
First conjugation principal parts o, āre, āvī, ātus
Laudo 1, tr. Praise
occupo 1, tr. seize
oppugno 1, tr. attack, assault, storm
oro 1, tr. beg, pray
paro 1, tr. prepare, get ready
pugno 1, tr. fight
supero 1, tr. overcome, conquer, surpass
porto 1, tr. carry
centurio centurionis, third declension, masculine(gender) a centurion
numerus i, second declension, masculine number
Do dare, dedi, datus, 1, tr. give
voco 1, tr. call
interim adverb meanwhile
mors mortis, third declension, feminine death
hiberna hibernorum, second declension, neuter winter quarters
ubi adverb where?
quis pronoun who?
quid pronoun what?
cur adverb why?
locus i, second declension, masculine (pl. is neut.) place
alienus a, um, 2-1-2 adjective unfavorable, another's, foreigner
oratio orationis, third declension, feminine speech, prayer
semper adverb always
sicut conj. as
in principio in the beginning
in saecula saeculorum world without end, forever
-ne particle used in question
Second conjugation principal parts eo, ēre, ui, itus
Moneo 2, tr. warn, advise
Timeo timēre, timui, 2, tr. fear
terreo 2, tr. terrify
habeo 2, tr. have
arma armorum, second declension, neuter arms
video vidēre, vidi, visus, 2, tr. see
saepe adverb often
teneo tenēre, tenui, tentus, 2, tr. hold
moveo movēre, movi, motus, 2, tr. move
tamen adverb nevertheless
neque conj. nor, and...not
sustineo sistinēre, sustinui, sustentus, 2, tr. sustain, withstand
fines finium, third declension, masculine territory
etiam adverb also
enim conj. postp. for
duco ducere, duxi, ductus, 3, tr. lead, guide
gero gerere, gessi, gestus, 3, tr. carry, carry on, wage(w. bellum)
defendo defendere, defendi, defensus, 3, tr. defend
instruo instruere, instruxi, instructus, 3, tr. draw up, equip
mitto mittere, misi, missus, 3, tr. send
fortiter adverb bravely, strongly
vinco vincere, vici, victus, 3, tr. conquer
peto petere, petivi, petitus, 3, tr. seek, beg, request
pello pellere, pepuli, pulsus, 3, tr. drive, repulse, rout
litterae litterarum, first declension, feminine letter, dispatch
pono ponere, posui, positus, 3, tr. put, place, set, pitch(w. castra)
contendo contendere, contendi, 3, intr. strive, contend, hasten
ago agere, egi, actus, 3, tr. drive, do, act, treat
ibi adverb there
de prep. w. abl. concerning, about
fourth conjugation principal parts io, ire, ibi, itus
audio 4, tr. hear
munio 4, tr. fortify, construct(w. viam or vias)
venio venire, veni, ventum, 4, intr. come
convenio convenire, conveni, conventum, 4, intr. come together, assemble
per prep. w. acc. through
undique adverb from all sides, on all sides
telum i, second declension, masculine dart
absum abesse, afui, afuturus, intr. ab(a) w/ abl. am away, am distant
longe adv. far, by far
colloco 1, tr. place, station
maneo manēre, mansi, mansurus, 2, intr. remain
compleo complēre, complevi, completus, 2, tr. w/ abl. fill(with)
cedo cedere, cessi, cessurus, 3, intr. give away, yield
atque conj. and
incito 1, tr. incite, arouse
adjuvo adjuvare, adjuvi, adjutus, 1, tr. help, aid
servo 1, tr. guard, keep
perturbo 1, tr. confuse, disturb
incendo incendere, incendi, incensus, 3, tr. set fire to, burn
tum adverb then, at that time
puer pueri, second declension, masculine boy
ager agri, second declension, masculine field
vir viri, second declension, masculine man
Italia ae, first declension, feminine Italy
fortuna ae, first declension, feminine fortune
ita adverb so, thus
trans prep. w. acc. across
tabula ae, first declension, feminine map
tandem adverb finally
Alpes alpium, third declension, feminine the Alps
Hannibal Hannibalis, third declension, masculine(gender) Hannibal
miser misera, miserum, 2-1-2 adjective wretched
liber libera, liberum, 2-1-2 adjective free
integer integra, integrum, 2-1-2 adjective fresh, uninjured, whole
proelium i, second declension, masculine battle
civitas civitatis, third declension, feminine state
administro 1, tr. manage, attend to
appello 1, tr. address, call(upon)
confirmo 1, tr. encourage, strengthen
conservo 1, tr. preserve, spare
nam conj. for(when it means before)
ab(a) prep. w. abl. by, from(w. absum)
Hispania ae, first declension, feminine Spain
America ae, first declension, feminine America
libertas liberatis, third declension, feminine(SOX) liberty
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