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Flashcards in Second Declension Deck (64):
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Part of scapula

Acromion, n.

2

Angle

Angulus, m.

3

Year

Annus, m.

4

Rod shaped organism

Bacillus, m.

5

Wrist

Carpus, m.

6

Cave / Cavity

Cavum, n.

7

Small brain

Cerebellum, n.

8

Brain

Cerebrum, n.

9

Circle

Circulus, m.

10

Neck

Collum, n.

11

Large intestine / Bowel

Colon, n.

12

Condyle

Condylus, m.

13

Skull

Cranium, n.

14

Elbow

Cubitus, m.

15

Finger

Digitus, m.

16

Back

Dorsum, n.

17

Small duct

Ductulus, m.

18

Base of organ

Fundus, m.

19

Bundle of nerve cells

Ganglion, n.

20

Gram

Grammum, n.

21

Upper arm bone

Humerus, m.

22

Intestine

Intestinum, n.

23

Literally 'blind gut', pouch connected to junction of small and large intestines.

Intestinum Caecum, n.

24

Large or 'fat' bowel

Intestinum Crassum, n.

25

Duodenum

Duodenum, n.

26

A narrow organ, or connecting piece of tissue

Isthmus, m.

27

Jejunum, between duodenum and ileum

Jejunum, n.

28

Lip

Labium, n.

29

Ligament

Ligamentum, n.

30

Litre

Litrum, n.

31

Lobe

Lobus, m.

32

Teacher

Magister, m.

33

'Handle' part of breast bone

Manubrium, n.

34

Milligram

Miligrammum, n.

35

Measles

Morbilli-orum, M.

36

Illness / Disease

Morbus, m.

37

Muscle

Musculus, m.

38

Nose

Nasus, m,

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Nerve

Nervus, m.

40

Eye

Oculus, m.

41

Gullet

Oesophagus, m.

42

Bony elbow protuberance

Olecranon, n.

43

Organ

Organum, n.

44

Orifice

Orificium, n. or Ostium, n.

45

Ovary

Ovarium, n.

46

Pericardium

Pericardium, n.

47

Radius

Radius, m.

48

Branch or Bough

Ramus, m.

49

Last part of large intestine

Rectum, n.

50

Groove or furrow

Sulcus, m.

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Thymus

Thymus, m.

52

Bump, small swelling, tumour

Tuberculum, n.

53

Womb

Uterus, m.

54

Cavity in organ 'small belly'

Ventriculus, m.

55

'Entrance hall' - central part of osseous labyrinth

Vestibulum, n.

56

Man

Viri, m.

57

Glass

Vitrum, n.

58

What is the paradigm for the masculine '-us' ending? Demonstrate using the latin word for 'year'

Nom. Sg. = Ann-us

Nom. Pl. = Ann-i

Gen. Sg. = Ann-i

Gen. Pl. = Ann-orum

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What is the paradigm for the masculine '-r' ending? Demonstrate using the latin word for 'cancer'

Nom. Sg. = Cance-r

Nom. Pl. = Cancr-i

Gen. Sg. = Cancr-i

Gen. Pl. = Cancr-orum

60

Provide all the Latin grammatical forms for the folowing words:

Finger

Man

Organ

Measles

Thymus

1) Digitus, Digiti, Digiti, Digitorum

2) Vir, Viri, Viri, Virorum

3) Organum, Organi, Organa, Organorum

4) Morbilli, Morbillorum

5) Thymus, Thymi, Thymi, Thymorum

61

Translate the following words into English:

Mammilae

Tonsilarum

Fossa

Lobi

Fractura Manubrii Sterni

Nipples or of a nipple

of tonsils

hole

lobes or of a lobe

Fracture of the manubrium 

62

Use the folowing pairs of nouns to create medical expressions in the Latin Sg. form:

fractura, humerus

epidemia, influenza

ruptura, colon

fractura, acromion

septum, nasus

fractura humeri

epidemia influenzae

ruptura coli

fractura acromii

septum nasi

63

Translate to Latin:

wrists

number of men

fracture of skull

substance of organ

cause of measles

bottom of womb

branches of arteries

entrance of cavities

carpi

numerus virorum

fractura cranii

substantia organi

causa morbillorum

fundus uteri

rami arteriarum

ostium cavorum or ostium cavarum 

64

State the paradigm for n. words ending in either -on or -um using latin for intestine as an example and also large intestine.

intestinum, intestina, intestini, intestinorum

 

colon, cola, coli, colorum