Wheelock's Latin 'Chapter 2' Vocabulary Principal Parts

hapter 1 Vocabulary Principal Parts: To get to the 'Stem' just take the 2nd Principal Part and 'Drop the Ending.' The Singular Imperative is Identical to the Present Stem, and the Plural Imperative is formed by adding 'te' to that stem: 2nd Person Singular: Lauda, praise! mone, advise! 2nd Person Plural: Laudate, praise! monete, advise!
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fama
famae,(f) = rumor, report; fame, reputation(famous, defame, infamy. eng.)
forma
formae,(f) = form, shape; beauty(formal, format, formula, formless, deform, inform, etc.; but not formic, formidable. eng.)
fortuna
fortunae,(f) = fortune, luck(fortunate, misfortune, unfortunate. eng.)
ira
erae,(f) = ire, anger(irate, irascible; but not irritate. eng.)
nauta
nautae,(m) = sailor(nautical, nautilus, argonaut. eng.)
patria
patriae,(f) = fatherland, native land, (one's) country (patriotic, expatriate, repatriate. eng.)
pecunia
pecuniae,(f) = money(pecuniary, impecunious; cf. peculation. eng.)
philosophia
philosophiae,(f) = Greek philosophia, love of wisdom. eng.), philosophy
poena
poenae,(f) = penalty, punishment; poenās dare, idion, to pay the penalty(penal, penalize, penalty, pain, subpoena. eng.)
poeta
poetae,(m) = poet(poetry, poetic. eng.)
porta
portae,(f) = gate, entrance(portal, portico, porch, porthole. eng.)
puella
puellae,(f) = girl
rosa
rosae,(f) = rose(rosary, roseate, rosette. eng.)
sententia
sententiae,(f) = feeling, thought, opinion, vote, sentence(sententious, sentencing. eng.)
vita
vitae,(f) = life; mode of life(vital, vitals, vitality, vitamin, vitalize, devitalize, revtalize. eng.)
antiquus
antiqua, antiquum(adjective) = ancient, old-time(antique, antiquities, antiquated, antiquarian. eng.)
magnus
magna, magnum(adjective) = large, great; important(magnify, magnificent, magnate, magnitude, magnanimous. eng.)
meus
mea, meum(adjective) = my
multus
multa, multum(adjective) = much, many(multitude, multiply, multiple, multi, a prefix as in multimillionaire. eng.)
tuus
tua, tuum(adjective) = your, 'used when speaking to only one person'
et
(conjunction) = and; even; et...et, both...and
sed
(conjunction) = but
Ō
(interjection) = O!, Oh! ' commonly preceding a vocative
sine
(preposition + ablative) = without(sinecure, sans. eng.)
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