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37 terms

Latin via Ovid

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agricola, -ae, m.
farmer
Arachne, f.
Arachne
casa, -ae, f.
house
dea, -ae, f.
goddess
discipuli, -orum, m
students
incola, -ae, c.
inhabitant
lana, -ae, f.
wool, spinning
Lydia, -ae, f.
Lydia
magister, -tri, m.
teacher (m.)
magistra, -ae, f.
teacher (f.)
Minerva, -ae, f.
Minerva
nympha, -ae, f.
nymph
pictura, -ae, f.
picture
sapientia, -ae, f.
wisdom
silva, -ae, f.
forest
vita, -ae, f.
life
clamat, clamant
shout, exclaim
dat, dant
give
docet, docent
teach
format, formant
make, shape, fashion, form
glomerat, glomerant
wind into a ball
laborat, laborant
work
laudat, laudant
praise
salve, salvete
greetings, hello, Hail
vale, valete
farewell, goodbye
perita
skilled, skillful
superba
proud
bene
well
certe
surely, certainly
dum + present indicative
while
me
me, myself
quid
what
quod
because
quoque
also
saepe
often
te (acc. or abl.)
you
tibi (dat.)
to you, you