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Latin Book 2: Lessons 1-5

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altus
high, deep
bonus
good
longus
long
malus
bad
multus
much, many
magnus
large, great
plenus
full
sanctus
holy, sacred
tutus
safe
parvus
small
aeternus
eternal, everlasting
certus
certain, sure
primus
first
secundus
second
teritus
third
proximus
nearest, next
summus
highest, greatest
totus
whole
solus
alone, only
novus
new
tuus
your
meus
my
semper
always
saepe
often
nunc
now
clam
secretly
non
not
bene
well
numquam
never
ante
before
post
after
inter
between
contra
against
sub
under
supra
above
ex
out of
Jesus
Jesus
sicut
as
et
and
frater
brother
pater
father
mater
mother
centurio
centurion
civitas
state
soror
sister
veritas
truth
Caesar
Caesar
dolor
pain, sorrow
imperator
general, commander
caput
head
hostis
enemy
ordo
order, rank
tempus
time
virtus
courage, virtue
miles
soldier
flumen
river
legio
legion
canis
dog
nomen
name
lux
light
rex
king
lex
law
urbs
city
vox
voice
homo
man
pax
peace
ignis
fire
collis
hill
navis
ship
nox
night
crux
cross
pons
bridge
gens
tribe
pars
part
mons
mountain
mors
death
corpus
body
virgo
maiden, virgin
libra
pair of scales
scorpio
scorpion
sagittarius
archer
capricorn
goat
aquarius
water carrier
pisces
fish
aries
ram
taurus
bull
geminus
twin
cancer
crab
leo
lion
unus
one
duo
two
tres
three
quattuor
four
quinque
five
sex
six
septem
seven
octo
eight
novem
nine
decem
ten
centum
hundred
mille
thousand
Alma Mater
Nurturing Mother
Pax Romana
The Roman Peace
Miles Christi Sum
I am a soldier of Christ
Vox Populi, Vox Dei
The voice of the people is the voice of God
Signum Crucis
Sign of the Cross
Et tu, Brute?
You too, Brutus?
servus
slave, servant
amicus
friend
annus
year
filius
son
dominus
Lord, master
Deus
God
Christus
Christ
legatus
lieutenant, envoy
discipulus
student
gladius
sword
murus
wall
populus
people
animus
mind, spirit
mundus
world, mankind
socius
ally
nuntius
messenger, message
barbarus
barbarian
campus
field, plain
capillus
hair
cibus
food
equus
horse
ventus
wind
locus
place
agnus
lamb
oculus
eye
hortus
garden
nimbus
cloud
ludus
game, school
bellum
war
donum
gift
oppidum
town
telum
weapon
verbum
word
regnum
kingdom
frumentum
grain
signum
sign, standard
imperium
order, command
proelium
battle
gaudium
joy, gladness
auxilium
help, aid
debitum
debt, sin
caelum
sky, heaven
peccatum
mistake, sin
vallum
wall, rampart
praemium
reward
vinum
wine
tergum
back
forum
forum, marketplace
Novus ordro seclorum
New order of the Ages
Nunc aut numquam
Now or Never
Veni, vidi, vici
I came, I saw, I conquered
Agnus dei qui tollis peccata mundi
Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world
Rident stolidi verba Latina
Fools laugh at the Latin language
Quo vadis?
Where are you going?
Roma
Rome
Italia
Italy
gloria
glory
vita
life
aqua
water
memoria
memory
victoria
victory
mensa
table
toga
toga
patria
fatherland, country
culpa
fault, crime
Maria
Mary
fuga
flight
luna
moon
terra
land, earth
lingua
language
via
road, way
fortuna
fortune, chance
herba
plant, herb
nauta
sailor
Gallia
Gaul
femina
woman
filia
daughter
unda
wave
Hispania
Spain
silva
forest
stella
star
ursa
bear
ira
anger
gratia
grace
hora
hour
pecunia
money
regina
queen
puella
girl
corona
crown
mora
delay
insula
island
injuria
injury
cena
dinner
eccelsia
church
aqulia
eagle
aurora
dawn
auriga
charioteer
pugna
fight
fenestra
window
fama
fame, rumor
Semper Fidelis
Always Faithful
Senatus Populusque Romanus, S.P.Q.R.
The Senate and People of Rome
Stupor Mundi
Wonder of the World
Ante Bellum
Before the War
Excelsior!
Ever Higher!
Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus, Dominus Deus Sabaoth
Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Hosts
amo
I love
porto
I carry
laudo
I praise
oro
I pray
laboro
I work
navigo
I sail
paro
I prepare
specto
I look at
clamo
I shout
voco
I call
supero
I overcome, surpass
adoro
I adore
libero
I set free
ambulo
I walk
pugno
I fight
judico
I judge, consider
occupo
I seize
appello
I speak to, address
narro
I tell
do
I give
habito
I live in, dwell
lavo
I wash
moneo
I warn
video
I see
terreo
I frighten
habeo
I have
moveo
I move
timeo
I fear, am afraid of
doceo
I teach
debeo
I owe, ought
prohibeo
I prevent
jubeo
I order, command
sedeo
I sit
Ora et Labora
Pray and Work
Mater Italiae - Roma
The Mother of Italy - Rome
Caelum et Terra
Heaven and Earth
E pluribus unum
One out of Many
Labor omnia vincit
Work conquers all
Mea culpa
My fault (I am guilty)
Anno Domini, A.D.
In the year of our Lord