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latin words

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nominative
subject of the sentence
sing-a pl-ae
genitive
possession
sing-ae pl-arum
dative
indirect object
sing-ae pl-is
accusative
direct object
sing-am pl-as
ablative
object (in or on)
sing-a(with macron) pl-is
-o, -m
I
-s
you
-t
he, she, it
-mus
we
-tis
you all
-nt
they
antiqua
old, ancient
est
is
et
and
lata
wide
Latina
Latin
lingua
language
magna
great, large, big
multa
much, many
non
not
puella
girl
pulchra
pretty, beautiful
Romana
Roman
sed
but
sunt
are
via
road, street
villa
farmhouse
domina
mistress
femina
woman
incola
inhabitant
insula
island
libera
free
paene
almost
paeninsula
peninsula
parva
small, little
patria
country
-que
and
regina
queen
serva
female slave
terra
land, territory
mea
my
nostra
our
tua
your
vestra
your
agricola
farmer
amica
friend
casa
cottage, hut
cum
with
filia
daughter
in
in, on, into
laeta
happy
laetita
happiness
nauta
sailor
provincia
province
quoque
also
silva
forset
vita
life
ad
to, toward
ambulo
walk
amo
love, like
bona
good
bene
well
cura
care
curo
to take care of
habito
live
laudo
praise
misera
miserable
porto
carry
saepe
often
specto
look at, watch
voco
call, summon
alba
white
cara
dear to someone
de
about, from
do
give
e, ex
out of
fabula
story
filiabus
plural of daughter
mensa
table
narro
tell
navigo
sail
pecunia
money
poeta
poet
prope
near
propinqua
nearby
rogo
ask
rosa
rose
silla
chair