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44 terms

Latin Ch XI

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advena, -ae f.
stranger
arbor, arboris f.
tree
Baucis, Baucidis f.
Baucis
cibus, -ī m.
food
dominus, -ī m.
master, lord
fīnis, fīnis, -ium, m.
end; pl. boundary
locus, -ī m. (irreg. pl. loca)
place
membrum, -ī n.
leg (of a table)
mēnsa, -ae f.
table
Mercurius, -iī m.
Mercury
pars, partis, -ium f.
part
pater, patris m.
father
Philēmon, -mōnis m.
Philemon
Phrygia, -ae f.
Phrygia
piscis, piscis, -ium m.
fish
requiēs, requiētis, f. (requiem, acc. sing)
rest
rēx, rēgis m.
king
senex, senis, -um c.
old man, woman
servus, -ī m.
servant, slave
stagnum, -ī n.
pool
vīnum, -ī n.
wine
dubitō 1
doubt, hesitate
imperō 1 (+ dat)
command, order, bid
intrō 1
enter
iubeō, -ēre, iussī, iussum
order, command, ask, bid
parō 1
prepare
sedeō, -ēre, sēdī, sessum
sit, remain, stay
veniō, -īre, vēnī, ventum
come
apertus, -a, -um
open
clausus, -a, -um
closed
duo, duae, duo
two
factus, -a, -um
done, made
immensus, -a, -um
immense
maiōrem
greater
noster, -tra, -trum
our
pius, -a, -um
pious, reverent
plēnus, -a, -um
full
vērus, -a, -um
true
ego
I
enim (postpositive)
for, in fact, truly
et ... et
both . . . and
nōn procul
not distant, near by
quicquid
whatever
ubi
where, when