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Jenney's First Year Latin, Ch.1-11

Using to memorize vocabulary and stuff from Jenney's.
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altus, -a, -um
high; deep
bonus, -a, -um
good
ferus, -a, -um
wild; fierce; savage
latus, -a, -um
wide; broad
longus, -a, -um
long
magnus, -a, -um
large; great
mallus, mala, malum
bad
meus, -a, -um
my; mine
multus, -a, -um
much; many (pl.)
parvus, -a, -um
small; little
tuus, -a, -um
your; yours
(when speaking to one person)
cum
with
sine
without
agricola, -ae
m., farmer
aqua, -ae
f., water
femina, -ae
f., woman
fortuna, -ae
f., fortune; chance
Gallia, -ae
f., Gaul (modern-day France)
insula, -ae
f., island
Italia, -ae
f., Italy
lingua, -ae
f., tongue; language
littera, -ae
f., letter (of alphabet; letter (of correspondence)
memoria, -ae
f., memory
natura, -ae
f., nature
poeta, -ae
m., poet
provincia, -ae
f., province
puella, -ae
f., girl
silva, -ae
f., forest
vita, -ae
f., life
est
is; there is
sunt
are; there are
amicita, -ae
f., friendship
patria, -ae
f., country; native land; fatherland
non
not
amo
I love; I like
do
I give
laudo
I praise
navigo
I sail
occupo
I capture; I seize
paro
I prepare (for)
porto
I carry
pugno
I fight
specto
I look at
voco
I call
et
and
sed
but
ad
towards; to
cum
with
Europa, -ae
f., Europe
Germania, -ae
f., Germany
Hispania, -ae
f., Spain
nauta, -ae
m., sailor
porta, -ae
f., gate
Roma, -ae
f., Rome
terra, -ae
f., earth; land
tuba, -ae
f., trumpet
via, -ae
f., road; way
villa, -ae
f., farmhouse
quid
what
ubi
where
-ne
used to make a question (enclitic interrogative particle)
-que
and (enclitic conjunction)
ager, agri
m., field; territory
amicus, -i
m., friend
annus, -i
m., year
campus, -i
m., field; plain
dea, -ae
f., goddess
deus, -i
m., god
equus, equi
m., horse
fillia, -ae
f., daughter
fillius, filli
m., son
gladius, gladi
m., sword
legatus, -i
m., envoy; lieutenant
ludus, -i
m., game; school
nuntius, nunti
m., messenger; message
puer, pueri
m., boy
servus, -i
m., slave
vir, viri
m., man; husband
unus, -a, -um
1
duo, -ae
2
tres, tria
3
quattor
4
quinque
5
sex
6
septem
7
octo
8
novem
9
decem
10
undecim
11
duodecim
12
tredecim
13
quattordecim
14
quindecim
15
sedecim
16
septemdecim
17
duodeviginte
18
undeviginte
19
viginte
20
viginteunus
21
bellum, -i
n., war
caelum, -i
n., sky
donum, -i
n., gift
frumentum, -i
n., grain
oppidum, -i
n., town
periculum, -i
n., danger; risk
regnum, -i
n., kingdom; kingship
verbum, -i
n., word
a, ab
from; away from
de
down from; about (concerning)
e, ex
from; out of
in (+ abl.)
in; on
sub (+ abl.)
under; at the foot of
ad
to; toward; near
in (+ acc.)
into; against
sub (+ acc.)
under; up to; to the foot of
appello
I call; I name
convoco
I call together; I assemble; I summon
exspecto
I await; I wait for
habito
I live; I dwell
laboro
I labor; I suffer; I am hard-pressed
narro
I tell; I relate
nuntio
I announce; I report
supero
I surpass; I defeat
volo
I fly
vulnero
I wound
1st declension case endings
-a, -ae, -ae, -am, -a, -ae, -arum, -is, -as, -is
present tense verb conjugation
-o, -s, -t, -mus, -tis, -nt
uses of nominative
subject, predicate nominative
conjugation of sum, esse
sum, es, est, sumus, estis, sunt
2nd declension (msc.) case endings
-us, -i, -o, -um, -o, -i, -orum, -is, -os, -is
2nd declension (n.) case endings
-um, -i, -o, -um, -o, -a, -orum, -is, -a, -is
imperfect tense verb conjugation
-bam, -bas, -bat, -bamus, -batis, -bant
future tense verb conjugation
-bo, -bis, -bit, -bimus, -bitis, -bunt
perfect tense verb conjugation
-i, -isti, -it, -imus, -istis, -erunt
conjugation of irregular verb sum, esse, fui, futurus, four tenses
sum, es, est, sumus, estis, sunt
eram, eras, erat, eramus, eratis, erant
ero, eris, erit, erimus, eritis, erunt
fui, fuisti, fuit, fuimus, fuistis, fuerant
num
interrogative particle for a question expecting a "no" answer
nonne
used to expect a "yes" answer for a question
method for taking an adjective and turning it into an adverb
stem+e
stem for perfect tense verbs
3rd principal part minus the "i"
bene
well
cras
tomorrow
cur
why?
dui
for a long time
heri
yesterday
hodie
today
iam
now; already
ibi
there; in that place
interim
meanwhile
male
badly
nunc
now
postea
afterwards
saepe
often
semper
always
tum
then; at that time
ubi
where; when
ambulo
I walk
clamo
I shout
confirmo
I strengthen; encourage; declare
demonstro
I show; point out
libero
I set free
oppugno
I attack
servo
I guard; keep
sto
I stand
tempto
I attempt; try
Africa, -ae
f., Africa
Asia, -ae
f., Asia Minor
liber, -a, -um
free
miser, -a, -um
wretched; unfortunate; poor
noster, -tra, -trum
our; ours
pulcher, -chra, -chrum
noble; beautiful; fine
sacer, -cra, -crum
sacred; holy
vester, -tra, -trum
your; yours (when speaking to more than one person)
ante
before; in front of
contra
against
inter
between; among
ob
because of; on account of
propter
because of; on account of
per
through
post
after; behind
trans
across; over