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1

State the paradigm for two-termination adjectives using the latin word for 'short' as the example

Nom: Sg. = brev-is (m. & f.) brev-e (n.)
Pl. = brev-es (m. & f.) brev-ia (n.)

Gen: Sg. = brev-is
Pl. = brev-ium

2

State the paradigm for three-termination adjectives using the latin word for 'sharp' as the example

Nom: Sg. = ace-r (m.) acr-is (f.) acr-e (n.)
Pl. = acr-es (m. & f.) acr-ia (n.)

Gen: Sg. = acr-is
Pl. = acr-ium

3

State the paradigm for one-termination adjectives using the latin word for 'recent' as the example

Nom: Sg. = recens
Pl. = recent-es (m. & f.) recent-ia (n.)

Gen: Sg. = recent-is
Pl. = recent-ium

4

Three termination:
Sharp / acute
Having two bellies
Quick
Rotten
Wholesome / Salubrious

acer, acris, acre
biventer, tris, tre
celer, ris, re
puter, tris, tre
saluber, bris, bre

5

related to abdomen

abdominalis, e

6

short

brevis, e

7

related to head

capitalis, e

8

related to end

caudalis, e

9

credible / trustworthy

credibilis, e

10

difficult / uneasy

difficilis, e

11

dissimilar

dissimilis, e

12

related to back

dorsalis, e

13

easy

facilis, e

14

feverish

febrilis, e

15

fragile

fragilis, e

16

being in front of

frontalis, e

17

heavy / severe

gravis, e

18

inoperable

inoperabilis, e

19

juvenile

iuvenilis, e

20

young

juvenis, e

21

light / mild

levis, e

22

related to jaw

mandibularis, e

23

molar

molaris, e

24

soft

mollis, e

25

in the back of

occipitalis, e

26

ocular

ocularis, e

27

all / every

omnis, e

28

operable

operabilis, e

29

related to palm

palmaris, e

30

related to breast / pectoral

pectoralis, e

31

cureable

sanabilis, e

32

senile

senilis, e

33

similar

similis, e

34

soluble

solubilis, e

35

stable

stabilis, e

36

sterile

sterilis, e

37

orientated towards stomach

ventralis, e

38

widespread / folk / popular

vulgaris, e

39

vulnerable

vulnerabilis, e

40

afferent

afferens, ntis

41

rising / climbing

ascendens, ntis

42

capable / roomy

capax, acis

43

communicating

communicans, ntis

44

deferent / efferent

deferens, ntis or efferens, ntis

45

causing deformity

deformans, ntis

46

degenerate

degener, is

47

descending / sinking

descendens, ntis

48

double

duplex, duplicis

49

visible

evidens, ntis

50

frequent

frequens, ntis

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impending

imminens, ntis

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unequal

impar, imparis

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latent

latens, ntis

54

multiple

multiplex, plicis

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equal

par, paris

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suffering, patient

patiens, ntis

57

penetrating

penetrans, ntis

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perforating

perforans, ntis

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permanent

permanens, ntis

60

premature

praecox, cocis

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rising / prominent

prominens, ntis

62

recent

recens, ntis

63

old

senex, senis

64

simple

simplex, simplicis

65

sufficient

sufficiens, ntis

66

triple

triplex, triplicis

67

connect the adjectives in brackets with provided nouns.

dentis (molaris) dentes (molaris(
nervi (mandibularis) ossa (fragilis)
ductus (defferens) laesionis (deformans)
morbi (latens) renum (migrans)
vertebra (dorsalis) operationes (similis)
doloris (acer) traumata (multiplex)

dentis molaris, nervi mandibulares, ductus defferens, morbi latentes, vertebra dorsalis, doloris acris, dentes molares, ossa fragilia, laesionis deformantis, renum migrantium, operationes similes, traumata multiplicia

68

Provide all grammatical casses and numbers for the following expressions:

vulnus recens
vena brevis
cornu longum et penetrans
status febrilis
musculus biventer
intestinum tenue et intestinum crassum

vulnus recens, vulneris recentis, vulnera recentia, vulnerum recentium

vena brevis, venae brevis, venae breves, venarium brevium

cornu longum et penetrans, cornus longi et penetrantis, cornua longa et penetrantia, cornuum longorum et penetrantium

status febrilis, status febrilis, status febriles, statuum febrilium

musculus biventer, musculi biventris, musculi biventres, musculorum biventrium

intestinum tenue et intestinum crassum, intestini tenuis et intestini crassi, intestina tenuia et intestina crassa, intestinorum tenuium et intestinorum crassorum

69

translate to english:
os sacrum fragile
ossium fragilium
ruptura musculi occipitalis
periculum cancri inoperabilis
trauma multiplex costarum

fragile sacral bone
of fragile bones
rupture of occipital muscle
danger of inoperable cancer
multiple trauma of ribs

70

translate to latin:
rising tumour
fast operation
suspicion of latent cancer
permanent vomiting
epidemic of light fevers
heavy tooth decays

tumor protuberans
operatio celeris
suspicio cancri latentis
vomitus permanens
epidemia febrium levium
caries dentium graves