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47 terms
Lingua Latīna, Capitulum XX
771. cūnae, -ārum
772. fīliola, -ae
773. colloquium, -ī
774. officium, -ī
(f): crib
(f): a small daughter (diminuitive of fīlia)
(n): conversation
(n): duty
771. cūnae, -ārum
(f): crib
772. fīliola, -ae
(f): a small daughter (diminuitive of fīlia)
36 terms
Lingua Latīna, Capitulum VII
lacrima, -ae
oculus, -ī
ōstiārius, -ī
mālum, -ī
(f): tear
(m): eye
(m): doorkeeper
(n): apple
lacrima, -ae
(f): tear
oculus, -ī
(m): eye
37 terms
Lingua Latīna, Capitulum II
vir, virī
puer, puerī
pater, patris
fīlius, fīliī
(m): man
(m): boy
(m): father
(m): son
vir, virī
(m): man
puer, puerī
(m): boy
33 terms
Lingua Latīna, Capitulum V
vīlla, ae
rosa, -ae
fenestra, -ae
aqua, -ae
(f): villa, country house
(f): rose
(f): window
(f): water
vīlla, ae
(f): villa, country house
rosa, -ae
(f): rose
39 terms
Lingua Latina per se Illustrata. Capitulum I
fluvius, ī
īnsula, ae
oppidum, ī
ōceanus, ī
river
island
city, town
ocean
fluvius, ī
river
īnsula, ae
island
44 terms
Lingua Latina per se Illustrata. Capitulum V
vīlla, ae
hortus, ī
rosa, ae
līlium, ī
country house, villa
garden
rose
lily
vīlla, ae
country house, villa
hortus, ī
garden
37 terms
Lingua Latina per se Illustrata. Capitulum VIII
taberna, ae
gemma, ae
margarīta, ae
tabernārius, iī
store, shop, inn
gem, precious stone
pearl
shopkeeper
taberna, ae
store, shop, inn
gemma, ae
gem, precious stone
49 terms
Lingua Latina per se Illustrata. Capitulum VI
via, ae
mūrus, ī
porta, ae
lectīca, ae
way, road, street
wall
gate
litter
via, ae
way, road, street
mūrus, ī
wall
37 terms
Lingua Latina per se Illustrata. Capitulum IV
sacculus, ī
pecūnia, ae
nummus, ī
mēnsa, ae
purse, small bag for money
money
coin
table
sacculus, ī
purse, small bag for money
pecūnia, ae
money
33 terms
Lingua Latina per se Illustrata. Capitulum III
scaena, ae
persōna, ae
mamma, ae
laetus, a, um
scene
person
mum (anat. breast, udder)
happy
scaena, ae
scene
persōna, ae
person
27 terms
Lingua Latina per se Illustrata. Capitulum II
vir, viri (m)
fēmina, ae
puer, ī (m)
puella, ae
man
woman
boy
girl
vir, viri (m)
man
fēmina, ae
woman
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