Wheelock's Vocab - Spencer Adams - Chapter Part of Speech...

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Chapter Part of Speech Latin English1 pronoun me me, myself1 pronoun quid what1 noun(indeclinable)nihil, n. nothing1 adverb non not1 adverb saepe often1 conjunction si if1 verb (1) amo, amare, amavi, amatum to love, like (amabo te: please (I will love you))1 verb (1) cogito, cogitare, cogitavi, cogitatumto think, ponder, consider, plan1 verb (2) debeo, debere, debui, debitum to owe; ought, must1 verb (1) do, dare, dedi, datum to give, offer1 verb (1) erro, errare, erravi, erratum to wander, err, go astray, be mistaken1 verb (1) laudo, laudare, laudavi, laudatum to praise1 verb (2) moneo, monere, monui, monitum to remind, advise, warn1 verb (2) salveo, salvere, -, - to be well, be in good health (salve and salvete: hello)1 verb (1) servo, servare, servavi, servatum to preserve, save, keep, guard1 verb (1) conservo, conservare, conservavi, conservatumto preserve, conserve, maintain (stronger than servo)1 verb (2) terreo, terrere, terrui, territum to frighten, terrify1 verb (2) valeo, valere, valui, valiturum to be strong, have power; be well (vale and valete: good-bye, farewell)1 verb (2) video, videre, vidi, visum to see; observe, understand1 verb (1) voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatum to call, summon2 noun (1) fama, -ae, f. rumour, report; fame, reputation2 noun (1) forma, -ae, f. form, shape; beauty2 noun (1) fortuna, -ae, f. fortune, luck2 noun (1) ira, -ae, f. ire, anger2 noun (1) nauta, -ae, m. sailor2 noun (1) patria, -ae, f. fatherland, native land, (one's) country2 noun (1) pecunia, -ae, f. money2 noun (1) philosophia, -ae, f. philosophy (Greek philosophia: love of wisdom)2 noun (1) poena, -ae, f. penalty, punishment (idiom, poenas dare: to pay the penalty)2 noun (1) poeta, -ae, m. poet2 noun (1) porta, -ae, f. gate, entrance2 noun (1) puella, -ae, f. girl
2 noun (1) rosa, -ae, f. rose2 noun (1) sententia, -ae, f. feeling, thought, opinion, vote, sentence2 noun (1) vita, -ae, f. life; mode of life2 adjective antiquus, -a, -um ancient, old-time2 adjective magnus, -a, -um large, great, important2 adjective meus, -a, -um my2 adjective multus, -a, -um much, many2 adjective tuus, -a, -um your (used when speaking to one person)2 conjunction et and (et...et: both...and)2 conjunction sed but2 interjection O O!, Oh! (commonly used with the vocative)
2 preposition sine without (takes ablative)3 noun (2) ager, agri, m. field, farm3 noun (1) agricola, -ae, m. farmer3 noun (1) amica, -ae, f. friend3 noun (2) amicus, -i, m. friend3 noun (1) femina, -ae, f. woman3 noun (1) filia, -ae, f. daughter (dative and ablative plural, filiabus)3 noun (2) filius, -ii, m. son3 noun (2) numerus, -i, m. number3 noun (2) populus, -i, m. the people, a people, a nation3 noun (2) puer, pueri, m. boy; boys, children3 noun (1) sapientia, -ae, f. wisdom3 noun (2) vir, viri, m. man, hero3 adjective avarus, -a, -um greedy, avaricious3 adjective pauci, -ae, -a few, a few (usually plural)3 adjective Romanus, -a, -um Roman3 preposition de down from, from; concerning, about (takes ablative)3 preposition in (+ abl.) in, on (takes ablative)3 adverb hodie today3 adverb semper always3 verb (2) habeo, habere, habui, habitum to have, hold, possess, consider, regard3 verb (1) satio, satiare, satiavi, satiatum to satisfy, sate4 noun (2) basium, -ii, n. kiss4 noun (2) bellum, -i, n. war4 noun (2) consilium, -ii, n.

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