42 terms

Lingua Latina 1 CH 06

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amīca, -ae, f.
girlfriend
lectīca, -ae, f.
litter, sedan
porta, -ae, f.
gate
via, -ae, f.
road, way, street
actīvum, -ī, nt.
active
amīcus, -ī, m.
friend
equus, -ī, m.
horse
inimīcus, -ī, m.
(personal) enemy
locatīvus, -ī, m.
Locative =
Genitive of location
with proper nouns
mūrus, -ī, m.
wall
passīvum, -ī, nt.
passive
saccus, -ī, m.
sack
umerus, -ī, m.
shoulder
praepositiō, -tiōnis (f)
preposition
ambulat (a)
walks
intrat (a)
enters
portat (a)
carries
timet (e)
fears, is afraid (of)
vehit (cons.)
carries, rides, sails, travels
it/eunt (irreg.)
s/he/it goes / they go
duōdecim
twelve
fessus, -a, -um
tired, weary
longus, -a, -um
long
malus, -a, -um
bad, wicked, evil
ante + acc.
in front of, before
autem (adv.)
but, however
itaque (adv.)
therefore
nam (adv.)
for, since, because
post + acc.
behind, after, later
procul (a/ab)
far (from)
prope + acc.
near, nearly
quam (adv.)
how, as, than
tam (adv.)
so, as
ā / ab + abl.
from, of, since, by
ad + acc.
to, toward, at, till
apud + acc.
beside, near, by
circum + acc.
round
inter + acc.
between, among, during
per + acc.
through, by, during
quō?
where (to)? whither?
(answered by accusative)
unde?
from where? whence?
answered by ablative
tam...quam (correlative)
as...as