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Flashcards in Latin Ch 5 Deck (68)
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si:

if

2

dies, diei (M):

day

3

calidus, calida, calidum:

warm

4

silva, silvae (F):

forest, woods

5

ibi:

there, in that place

6

rivus, rivi (M):

stream

7

frigidus, frigida, frigidum:

cool, cold

8

erro, errare:

to wander

9

volo, velle:

to wish, to want

10

ignavus, ignava, ignavum:

cowardly, lazy

11

respondeo, respondére:

to reply

12

neque...neque...:

neither...nor

13

lupus, lupi (M):

wolf

14

perterritus, perterrita, perterritum:

frightened, terrified

15

statim:

immediately

16

Ferte auxilium:

Bring help!

17

vult:

he/she/it wishes/wants

18

temerarrius, temeraria, temararium:

rash, reckless, bold

19

ubi:

where, when

20

clamor, clamoris (M):

shout, shouting

21

arripio, arripere:

to snatch, to grab hold of

22

peto, petere:

to look for, to seek

23

repello, repellere:

to drive off

24

é/ex:

out of, from

25

salvus, salva, salvum:

safe

26

advenioo, advenire:

to arrive, to reach

27

expicio, expicere:

to welcome, to expect

28

adhuc:

still

29

timeo, timére:

to fear, to be afraid of

30

in silvam:

into the woods

31

é silva:

out of the woods

32

eum:

him

33

eos:

them

34

quem...?:

whom...?

35

in silvá:

in the woods

36

ad (prep+acc):

to/towards

37

prope (prep+acc):

near

38

ex arbore:

out of the tree

39

paro, parare:

to prepare, to get ready

40

1st conjugation:

o ,ore

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2nd conjugation:

eo, ére

42

3rd conjugation:

o, ere

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3rd 'io' conjugation:

io, ire

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4th conjugation:

io, ire

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1st and 2nd conjugation method:

remove 're' and add endings

46

3rd conjugation method:

remove 're
e > i (3P 'e' -> 'u')
add endings

47

3rd 'io' conjugation method:

remove 're'
e > i (3P 'e' -> 'iu')

48

4th conjugation method:

remove 're'
endings (3P > ADD a 'u')

49

Troy:

city of Trojan conquered by the Greeks

50

Agamemnon:

An army leader from Greece

51

Virgil:

wrote the Aeneid

52

Homer:

wrote the Iliad and Odyssey

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Priam:

King of Trojan

54

Helen:

Queen of Sparta abducted by Paris

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Menelaus:

Helen's outraged husband because she was outraged

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Aeneas:

Greek warrior

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Paris:

Priam's son who abducts Helen

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Ulysses:

made the Trojan horse

59

Hector:

a commander of the Trojan army

60

Achilles:

Rival of Hector and Lavinia

61

Lavinium:

a city named after Lavinia

62

1st Declension endings Singular:

(Nom) a
(Gen) ae
(Acc) am

63

1st Declension ending Plural:

(Nom) ae
(Gen) orum
(Acc) as

64

2nd Declension endings Singular:

(Nom) us/r
(Gen) i
(Acc) um

65

2nd Declension endings Plural:

(Nom) i
(Gen) orum
(Acc) os

66

3rd Declension endings Singular:

(Nom) {var}
(Gen) is
(Acc) em

67

3rd Declension endings Plural:

(Nom) es
(Gen) um
(Acc) es

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sum, esse:

S P
1) sum sumus
2) es estis
3) est sunt