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Flashcards in Chapter 15-16b English to Latin Deck (45):
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Italy

Italia, Italiae, f.

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memory, recollection

memoria, memoriae, f.

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period of time, season; weather, storm

tempestās, tempestātis, f.

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one

ūnus, ūna, ūnum

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two

duo, duae, duo

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three

trēs, tria

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count from 1 to 5 in cardinal numbers

ūnus, duo, trēs, quattuor, quīnque

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count from 6 to 10 in cardinal numbers

sex, septem, octō, novem, decem

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count from 11 to 15 in cardinal numbers

ūndecim, duodecim, tredecim, quattuordecim, quīndecim

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count from 16 to 20 in cardinal numbers

sēdecim, septendecim, duodēvīgintī, ūndēvīgintī, vīgintī

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count from 21 to 23 in cardinal numbers

vīgintī ūnus / ūnus et vīgintī

vīgintī duo / duo et vīgintī

vīgintī trēs / trēs et vīgintī

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count from 24 to 25 in cardinal numbers

 

vīgintī quattuor / quattuor et vīginti

vīgintī quīnque / quīnque et vīginti

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count from 1 to 6 in ordinal numbers

prīmus, secundus (alter), tertius, quārtus, quīntus, sextus

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count from 7 to 12 in ordinal numbers

septimus, octāvus, nōnus, decimus, ūndecimus, duodecimus

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a hundred

centum

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thousand

mīlle (indecl. in singular); mīlia, mīlium n. pl.

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wretched, miserable, unfortunate

miser, misera, miserum

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between, among (+ acc.)

inter (+ acc.)

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and so, therefore

itaque

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to entrust, commit

committō, committere, commīsī, commissum

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to look for, expect, await

exspecto, exspectāre, expectāvī, expectātum

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to throw, hurl

iaciō, iacere, iēcī, iactum

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to throw out, drive out

ēiciō, ēicere, ēiēcī, ēiectum

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to fear, be afraid of

timeō, timēre, timuī

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period of life, life, age, an age, time

aetās, aetātis, f.

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hearer, listener, member of an audience

audītor, audītōris, m.

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mildness, gentleness, mercy

clēmentia, clēmentiae, f.

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mind, thought, intention

mēns, mentis, f.

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satire

satura, saturae, f.

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sharp, keen, eager; severe, fierce

ācer, ācris, ācre

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short, small, brief

brevis, breve

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swift, quick, rapid

celer, celeris, celere

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hard, difficult, troublesome

difficilis, difficile

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sweet; pleasant, agreeable

dulcis, dulce

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easy, agreeable

facilis, facile

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strong, brave

fortis, forte

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huge

ingēns, ingentis

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pleasant, delightful, agreeable, pleasing

iūcundus, iūcunda, iūcundum

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long

longus, longa, longum

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every, all

omnis, omne

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able, powerful, mightly, strong

potēns, potentis

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old, aged; old man

senex, senis, adj. and noun (m.)

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how

quam

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to rule, guide, direct

regō, regere, rēxī, rēctum