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94 terms

Latin 1st Declension HSC

Hugh's Latin
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agricola, agricolae (m)
farmer
amicitia, amicitiae (f)
friendship
ancilla, ancillae (f)
slave girl
anima, animae (f)
current of air, soul
aqua, aquae (f)
water
ara, arae (f)
altar
audacia, audaciae (f)
daring, courage, bravery, valour
aura, aurae (f)
air, breeze, wind
avaritia, avaritiae (f)
greed, avarice
barba, barbae (f)
beard
causa, causae (f)
cause, reason, motive
cena, cenae (f)
dinner
copia, copiae (f)
abundance, resource (pl. forces)
corona, coronae (f)
garland, crown, circle
cura, curae (f)
trouble, care, attention, diligence
dea, deae (f)
goddess
diligentia, diligentiae (f)
attentiveness, earnestness, diligence
disciplina, disciplinae (f)
instruction, tuition, training, education
divitiae, divitarum (f.pl)
riches, wealth
domina, dominae (f)
mistress
eloquentia, eloquentiae (f)
eloquence
epistula, epistulae (f)
letter
fabula, fabulae (f)
story, play
fama, famae (f)
report, rumour, reputation
femina, feminae (f)
woman
filia, filiae (f)
daughter
flamma, flammae (f)
blaze, flame
forma, formae (f)
form, figure, shape
fortuna, fortunae (f)
luck
fuga, fugae (f)
flight, running away
gloria, gloriae (f)
glory, fame, renown, honour
gratia, gratiae (f)
favour, esteem, regard
harena, harenae (f)
sandy, sandy place
hasta, hastae (f)
spear
hora, horae (f)
hour
ianua, ianuae (f)
door, entrance
ignominia, ignominiae (f)
disgrace, dishonour
iniuria, iniuriae (f)
injustice, wrong, outrage, injury
inopia, inopiae (f)
want, lack, scarcity
insidiae, insidiarum (f.pl)
snare, trap, ambush
insula, insulae (f)
island, block of flats
invidia, invidiae (f)
envy, grudge, jealousy
ira, irae (f)
anger, wrath, rage
iustitia, iustitiae (f)
justice, righteousness
lacrima, lacrimae (f)
tear
licentia, licentiae (f)
freedom, wantonness, dissoluteness
littera, litterae (f)
letter (of the alphabet)
luna, lunae (f)
moon
memoria, memoriae (f)
memory, remembrance
minae, minarum (f.pl)
projecting points, pinnacles, threats
misericordia, misericordiae (f)
pity, compassion, sympathy, mercy
mora, morae (f)
delay, procrastination
natura, naturae (f)
nature, inclination, character, birth
nauta, nautae (m)
sailor, boatman, mariner, seaman
opera, operae (f)
service, exertion, work, labour
ora, orae (f)
border, boundary, limit, shore
palma, palmae (f)
palm, palm tree
patria, patriae (f)
homeland
pecunia, pecuniae (f)
money, wealth, property
pirata, piratae (m)
pirate
poena, poenae (f)
compensation, punishment, penalty
poeta, poetae (m)
poet
pompa, pompae (f)
procession, parade
porta, portae (f)
gate, city gate
potentia, potentiae (f)
might, force, power, capacity
praeda, praedae (f)
booty, spoil, plunder
prora, -ae (f)
forepart of a ship, bow, prow
provincia, provinciae (f)
office, duty, province, command
prudentia, prudentiae (f)
foreseeing, knowledge, good sense
puella, puellae (f)
girl
pugna, -pugnae (f)
fight, battle, combat
regina, reginae (f)
queen
ripa, ripae (f)
river bank
rosa, rosae (f)
rose
ruina, ruinae (f)
rushing down, downfall, catastrophe, destruction
sapientia, sapientiae (f)
good taste, discretion, intelligence, wisdom
scientia, scientiae (f)
knowledge, intelligence
sententia, sententiae (f)
opinion, judgement, sentiment
silva, silvae (f)
wood, forest
summa, summae (f)
summit, top, highest rank
tabula, tabulae (f)
board, plank, writing tablet
tenebrae, tenebrarum (f.pl)
darkness, gloom
terra, terrae (f)
land
toga, togae (f)
toga
tuba, tubae (f)
trumpet
turba, turbae (f)
commotion, disorderly crowd
umbra, umbrae (f)
shadow, ghost
unda, undae (f)
wave, water
venia, veniae (f)
indulgence, kindness, mercy
via, viae
street, road
victoria, victoriae (f)
victory, prestige, success
vigilia, vigiliae (f)
watch, wakefulness, sleeplessness, keeping watch
villa, villae (f)
house, farm, country house
vita, vitae (f)
life