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Latin 4,5,6,Mythology, Verbs, Slaves, and Nouns

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observat
he, she watches
in silva
into the woods
salvae
safe
prope
near
vult
he/she wishes, wants
molestus
troublesome, annoying
semper
always
vexat
he, she annoys
igitur
therefore
amat
he, she likes/loves
dormit
he, she sleeps
cōnspicit
he, she catches sight of
fūrtim
stealthily
appropinquat
he, she approaches
ascendit
he, she climbs
magnus
big, great
magnā voce
in a loud voice
audit
he, she hears/listens to
videt
he, she sees
vōx
a, the voice
terret
he, she, it frightens
sollicita
anxious, worried
tum
at that moment, then
Dēscende Sexte!
Come down, Sextus!
you (subject)
nihil
nothing
you (direct object)
quid
What...?
Cavē!
Be careful!
rāmus
a, the branch
īnfirmus
weak, shaky
fragor
a, the crash noise
Quālis...?
What sort of...?
Quō...?
Where...to?
if
diēs
a, the day
calidus
warm
in silvam
into the woods
ibi
there
rīvus
a, the stream
frigidus
cool, cold
errant
they wander
prope
near
vult
he, she wishes, wants
ignāvus
cowardly, lazy
respondet
he, she replies
neque...neque...
neither...nor...
temerārius
rash, reckless, bold
lupus
a, the wolf
perterritus
frightened, terrified
statim
immediately
Ferte auxilium!
Bring help! Help!
ubi
where, when
clāmor
a, the shout/shouting
ad puellās
toward the girls
eōs
them
eum
him
petit
he, she looks for/seeks
arripit
he, she grabs hold of/snatches
repellit
he, she drives off
ē silvā
out of the woods
adveniunt
they reach/ arrive (at)
excipiunt
they welcome
adhūc
still
timet
he, she fears/is afraid
nōndum
no yet
lūcet
it is light/it is day
surget
he, she gets up/rises
per vīllam
through the country house
pater
father
māter
mother
etiam
also, even
neque
and...not
tamen
however
ancilla
slave-woman
omnēs
all
observat
he,she watches
pūrgat
he,she cleans
cibus
food
coquere
to cook
mox
soon, presently
strēnue
strenuously, hard
aqua
water
portant
they carry
reprehendit
he, she blames/scolds
docet
he, she teaches
cūrārē
to take care of/to look after
lānam trahunt
they spin wool
omnia quae
everything that
adiuvāre
to help
ipsa
she herself
nunc
now
neccesse est
it is necessary
1st Declension Nominate Singular
a
1st Declension Nominative Plural
ae
1st Declension Accusative Singular
am
1st Declension Accusative Plural
as
2nd Declension Masculine Nominative Singular
us, er, r
2nd Declension Masculine Nominate Plural
ī
2nd Declension Masculine Accusative Singular
um
2nd Declension Masculine Accusative Plural
os
2nd Declension Neutral Nominative Singular
um
2nd Declension Neutral Nominative Plural
a
2nd Declension Neutral Accusative Singular
um
2nd Declension Neutral Accusative Plural
a
magones
slave dealer; known swindlers
How could one become a slave?
1. Prisoner of War
2. verna - born into it
3. captured by pirates
4. punishment for a crime; deserter; refused draft; debt
Saturnalia
masters and slaves would switch places
Gaea
Mother of Earth; came out of darkness; became mother of all earth
Uranus
Sky; set above earth
Cyclopes
Children of Gaea and Uranus after the titans; put in Tartarus; accomplished blacksmiths; made the lightning bolt, trident, and helm of invisibility
Hecatonchires
50 heads and 100 arms; flung into Tartarus
Amatheia
Goat who nursed Zeus
Metis
Goddess of Prudence