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Wheelock's Latin - Chapter 4: Mix And Match

Second Declension Neuters; Adjectives; Present Indicative of Sum; Predicate Nouns and Adjectives; Substantive Adjectives
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kiss (nom. sg.)
bāsium
kiss (gen. sg.)
bāsiī
kiss (dat. sg.)
bāsiō
kiss (acc. sg.)
bāsium
kiss (abl. sg.)
bāsiō
kiss (nom. pl.)
bāsia
kiss (gen. pl.)
bāsiōrum
kiss (dat. pl.)
bāsiīs
kiss (acc. pl.)
bāsia
kiss (abl. pl.)
bāsiīs
war (nom. sg.)
bellum
war (gen. sg.)
bellī
war (dat. sg.)
bellō
war (acc. sg.)
bellum
war (abl. sg.)
bellō
war (nom. pl.)
bella
war (gen. pl.)
bellōrum
war (dat. pl.)
bellīs
war (acc. pl.)
bella
war (abl. pl.)
bellīs
plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgement, wisdom (nom. sg.)
cōnsilium
plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgement, wisdom (gen. sg.)
cōnsiliī
plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgement, wisdom (dat. sg.)
cōnsiliō
plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgement, wisdom (acc. sg.)
cōnsilium
plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgement, wisdom (abl. sg.)
cōnsiliō
plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgement, wisdom (nom. pl.)
cōnsilia
plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgement, wisdom (gen. pl.)
cōnsiliōrum
plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgement, wisdom (dat. pl.)
cōnsiliīs
plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgement, wisdom (acc. pl.)
cōnsilia
plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgement, wisdom (abl. pl.)
cōnsiliīs
care, attention, caution, anxiety (nom. sg.)
cūra
care, attention, caution, anxiety (gen. sg.)
cūrae
care, attention, caution, anxiety (dat. sg.)
cūrae
care, attention, caution, anxiety (acc. sg.)
cūram
care, attention, caution, anxiety (abl. sg.)
cūrā
care, attention, caution, anxiety (nom. pl.)
cūrae
care, attention, caution, anxiety (gen. pl.)
cūrārum
care, attention, caution, anxiety (dat. pl.)
cūrīs
care, attention, caution, anxiety (acc. pl.)
cūrās
care, attention, caution, anxiety (abl. pl.)
cūrīs
gift, present (nom. sg.)
dōnum
gift, present (gen. sg.)
dōnī
gift, present (dat. sg.)
dōnō
gift, present (acc. sg.)
dōnum
gift, present (abl. sg.)
dōnō
gift, present (nom. pl.)
dōna
gift, present (gen. pl.)
dōnōrum
gift, present (dat. pl.)
dōnīs
gift, present (acc. pl.)
dōna
gift, present (abl. pl.)
dōnīs
destruction, ruin (nom. sg.)
exitium
destruction, ruin (gen. sg.)
exitiī
destruction, ruin (dat. sg.)
exitiō
destruction, ruin (acc. sg.)
exitium
destruction, ruin (abl. sg.)
exitiō
destruction, ruin (nom. pl.)
exitia
destruction, ruin (gen. pl.)
exitiōrum
destruction, ruin (dat. pl.)
exitiīs
destruction, ruin (acc. pl.)
exitia
destruction, ruin (abl. pl.)
exitiīs
schoolmaster (nom. sg.)
magister
schoolmaster (gen. sg.)
magistrī
schoolmaster (dat. sg.)
magistrō
schoolmaster (acc. sg.)
magistrum
schoolmaster (abl. sg.)
magistrō
schoolmaster (nom. pl.)
magistrī
schoolmaster (gen. pl.)
magistrōrum
schoolmaster (dat. pl.)
magistrīs
schoolmaster (acc. pl.)
magistrōs
schoolmaster (abl. pl.)
magistrīs
schoolmistress (nom. sg.)
magistra
schoolmistress (gen. sg.)
magistrae
schoolmistress (dat. sg.)
magistrae
schoolmistress (acc. sg.)
magistram
schoolmistress (abl. sg.)
magistrā
schoolmistress (nom. pl.)
magistrae
schoolmistress (gen. pl.)
magistrārum
schoolmistress (dat. pl.)
magistrīs
schoolmistress (acc. pl.)
magistrās
schoolmistress (abl. pl.)
magistrīs
delay (nom. sg.)
mora
delay (gen. sg.)
morae
delay (dat. sg.)
morae
delay (acc. sg.)
moram
delay (abl. sg.)
morā
delay (nom. pl.)
morae
delay (gen. pl.)
morārum
delay (dat. pl.)
morīs
delay (acc. pl.)
morās
delay (abl. pl.)
morīs
eye (nom. sg.)
oculus
eye (gen. sg.)
oculī
eye (dat. sg.)
oculō
eye (acc. sg.)
oculum
eye (abl. sg.)
oculō
eye (nom. pl.)
oculī
eye (gen. pl.)
oculōrum
eye (dat. pl.)
oculīs
eye (acc. pl.)
oculōs
eye (abl. pl.)
oculīs
duty, service (nom. sg.)
officium
duty, service (gen. sg.)
officiī
duty, service (dat. sg.)
officiō
duty, service (acc. sg.)
officium
duty, service (abl. sg.)
officiō
duty, service (nom. pl.)
officia
duty, service (gen. pl.)
officiōrum
duty, service (dat. pl.)
officiīs
duty, service (acc. pl.)
officia
duty, service (abl. pl.)
officiīs
leisure, peace (nom. sg.)
ōtium
leisure, peace (gen. sg.)
ōtiī
leisure, peace (dat. sg.)
ōtiō
leisure, peace (acc. sg.)
ōtium
leisure, peace (abl. sg.)
ōtiō
leisure, peace (nom. pl.)
ōtia
leisure, peace (gen. pl.)
ōtiōrum
leisure, peace (dat. pl.)
ōtiīs
leisure, peace (acc. pl.)
ōtia
leisure, peace (abl. pl.)
ōtiīs
danger, risk (nom. sg.)
perīculum
danger, risk (gen. sg.)
perīculī
danger, risk (dat. sg.)
perīculō
danger, risk (acc. sg.)
perīculum
danger, risk (abl. sg.)
perīculō
danger, risk (nom. pl.)
perīcula
danger, risk (gen. pl.)
perīculōrum
danger, risk (dat. pl.)
perīculīs
danger, risk (acc. pl.)
perīcula
danger, risk (abl. pl.)
perīculīs
cure, remedy (nom. sg.)
remedium
cure, remedy (gen. sg.)
remediī
cure, remedy (dat. sg.)
remediō
cure, remedy (acc. sg.)
remedium
cure, remedy (abl. sg.)
remediō
cure, remedy (nom. pl.)
remedia
cure, remedy (gen. pl.)
remediōrum
cure, remedy (dat. pl.)
remediīs
cure, remedy (acc. pl.)
remedia
cure, remedy (abl. pl.)
remediīs
pretty, handsome, charming (m. nom. sg.)
bellus
pretty, handsome, charming (f. nom. sg.)
bella
pretty, handsome, charming (n. nom. sg.)
bellum
good, kind (m. nom. sg.)
bonus
good, kind (f. nom. sg.)
bona
good, kind (n. nom. sg.)
bonum
pertaining to man, human, humane, kind; refined, cultivated (m. nom. sg.)
hūmānus
pertaining to man, human, humane, kind; refined, cultivated (f. nom. sg.)
hūmāna
pertaining to man, human, humane, kind; refined, cultivated (n. nom. sg.)
hūmānum
bad, wicked, evil (m. nom. sg.)
malus
bad, wicked, evil (f. nom. sg.)
mala
bad, wicked, evil (n. nom. sg.)
malum
small, little (m. nom. sg.)
parvus
small, little (f. nom. sg.)
parva
small, little (n. nom. sg.)
parvum
foolish (m. nom. sg.)
stultus
foolish (f. nom. sg.)
stulta
foolish (n. nom. sg.)
stultum
a fool (nom. sg.)
stultus
a fool (gen. sg.)
stultī
a fool (dat. sg.)
stultō
a fool (acc. sg.)
stultum
a fool (abl. sg.)
stultō
a fool (nom. pl.)
stultī
a fool (gen. pl.)
stultōrum
a fool (dat. pl.)
stultīs
a fool (acc. pl.)
stultōs
a fool (abl. pl.)
stultīs
true, real, proper (m. nom. sg.)
vērus
true, real, proper (f. nom. sg.)
vēra
true, real, proper (n. nom. sg.)
vērum
to help, aid, assist; please
iuvāre
i help, aid, assist; please
iuvō
you help, aid, assist; please
iuvās
he helps, aids, assists; pleases
iuvat
we help, aid, assist; please
iuvāmus
you all help, aid, assist; please
iuvātis
they help, aid, assist; please
iuvant
i was helping, aiding, assisting; pleasing
iuvābam
you were helping, aiding, assisting; pleasing
iuvābās
he was helping, aiding, assisting; pleasing
iuvābat
we were helping, aiding, assisting; pleasing
iuvābāmus
you all were helping, aiding, assisting; pleasing
iuvābātis
they were helping, aiding, assisting; pleasing
iuvābant
i shall help, aid, assist; please
iuvābō
you will help, aid, assist; please
iuvābis
he will help, aid, assist; please
iuvābit
we shall help, aid, assist; please
iuvābimus
you all will help, aid, assist; please
iuvābitis
they will help, aid, assist; please
iuvābunt
to be, exist
esse
i am
sum
you are
es
he is
est
we are
sumus
you all are
estis
they are
sunt
i was
eram
you were
erās
he was
erat
we were
erāmus
you all were
erātis
they were
erant
i shall be
erō
you will be
eris
he will be
erit
we shall be
erimus
you all will be
eritis
they will be
erunt