latin nouns and adjectives Flashcards

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eruditus-a-um
learned
AUR-
ear
forma
shape
victoria
victory
nauta
sailor
dors-
back
insul-
island
ambi-
prefixboth
circum-
prefixaround
inter-
prefixbetween
ante
prefixbefore
mare, maris
sea
lingua
language, tounge
equus
equi, horse
contra-
against, opposite
re-
back, again
vacc-
combining formcow
tibia
nounshin bone
-y
noun-forming suffix
ante-
prefixbefore, forward
tri-
combining form/prefixthree
NAS-
combining formnose
re-
prefixback again
CAPIT-
combining formhead
aur-
combining formear
sangui(n)-
combining formblood
oss-
combining formbone
INTERN-
Combining Forminner
sept-
Combining Form/Prefixseven
UNI-
COMBINING FORM/PREFIXONE
ADIP-
COMBINING FORMFAT
aur
combining formear
bonus
bona, bonum, good
noster
nostra, nostrum, our
fatum, fati, n
fate
omnis, omne
all; every
tempus, temporis, n
time
-ate-
having form, possessing
-id
adjective-forming suffixpertaining to
-lent
adjective-forming suffixfull of
CALOR-
combining formheat, energy
pro-
prefixforward, in front
FRIG-, FRIGOR-
Combining Formcold
VISCER-
COMBINING FORMINTERNAL ORGAN(S)
FIBR-
COMBINING FORMFIBER, FILAMENT
ab
prefix away from
insul
combining form island
-ine
Adjective-forming suffix;pertaining to, located in
clarus
clara, clarum, clear, famous
imber, imbris, m
rainstorm, shower
carmen, carminis, n
song, poem
DIS-, di-, dif-
away, apart
radic-, rad-, radix
combining formroot
sex-, sext-
combining form/prefixsix, sixth
-an
adjective forming suffixpertaining to, located in
-ose
adjective forming suffixfull of
-ous
adjective forming suffixfull of
de
prefixdown, away from, absent
pre
prefixbefore, in front of
bacill-
Combining form,[rod, staff] bacillus
-ia
Abstract Noun-Forming Suffix,state, quality, condition, procedure, or process
saeculum, saeculi, n
age, generagion, century
BI-, bis-, bin-
two, twice, double
super- (often supra)
prefixover, above; excess
calc-
combining formstone, calcium, lime (salts)
FISTUL-
Combining Form(tube, pipe) fistula, an abnormal tubelike passage in the body
ic
adjective forming suffix pertaining to
bi-, bin-, bis-
two, twice, double, both
fistul-
fistula, an abnormal tube like passage
-(i)a3 D
neuter latin nominative plural ending
bi-, bin-, bis-
combining form/prefixtwo, twice, double, both
studium, studi, n
eagerness, enthusiasm, study, hobby, zeal
mult- (often multi-)
Latin Prefixmany, much, affecting many parts
-us (long u)4 D
masculine latin nominative plural ending
ob- (oc- before c; op- before p)
prefixagainst, toward; very, thoroughly
(3) in- (il- before l; im- before b, m, and p; ir- before r)
Latin Prefixvery, thoroughly
sept-
seven
fortuna
fortune
fama
fame
littera
letter
intern-
inner
frig-,frigor-
cold
semi-
half
tuss-
cough
ovum
nounegg
navis, navis
ship
nuntius
nunti, messanger
patria
country, fatherland
disciplina
training, instruction
infra-
beneath, below
dent-
combining formtooth
sopor (soporis)
nounsleep
ad-
prefixto, toward
LATER-
combining formside
EXTERN-
combining formouter
infra-
prefixbeneath, below
pur-
combining formpus
LASTER-
Combining Formside
RADIC-
Combining Formroot
CEREBR-
COMBINING FORMBRAIN
COST-
COMBINING FORMRIB
SUB-
LATIN PREFIXUNDER
circum
prefix aroundd
insul-
Combining form,island
amicus
amica, amicum, friendly
quintus
quinta, quintum, fifth
mens, mentis, f
mind
longitudo, longitudinis, f
length
abdomin-
combining formbelly, abdomen
TUB-
Combining Form[trumpet] tube
oct-, octa-
Combining Form/Prefixeight
sangui(n)
combining form blood
capit
combining fomr head
cost
combining form rib
natura, naturae, f
birth, nature
-lent, -ose, -ous
full of
ob-
prefixagainst, toward, very, thoroughly
-ic
adjective forming suffixpertaining to
SYNOV-
Combining Formsynovial fluid, synovial membrane or sac
meat
combining formpassage, opening, meatus
bi, bin, bis
combining form/prefixtwo
calor
combining form heat, energy
parens, parentis, m or f
parent
non-
numeric combining form/ prefixnine, ninth
-ian
noun forming suffixindicates an expert in a certain field
VIR-, VIRUS-
Combining Form[poison, venom] virus
bacill
combining form rod, staff, bacillus
-ary
Noun-forming suffix;denotes a place for something-or-Adjective-forming suffix;pertaining to
talis, tale
such, of such a kind
-ae
genitive ending, 1st Dof the bladder
-arium
noun forming suffixdenotes a place for something
ab- (a- rarely before certain consonants; abs- before c and t)
prefixaway from
ex- (e- before certain consonants; ef- before f)
prefixout of, away from
dis- (di- before g, v, and usually before l; dif- before f)
Latin Prefix,apart, away
(3) in- (il- before l, im- before b, m, and p; ir- before r)
Latin Prefix,very, thoroughly
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