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Vocabulary lesson 4 pagina XXVI. nouns. Amicus, I, m. Friend amiable. Auctor , auctoris , m. Maker, writer, author author. Homo, hominis , m. Man, mankind homicide. Pars, partis , f. Part Participle. adjectives. Gratus , a, um Grateful, welcome gratitude. Novus, a, um

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nouns
nouns
  • Amicus, I, m.
  • Friend
  • amiable
slide3

Auctor, auctoris, m.

  • Maker, writer, author
  • author
slide4

Homo, hominis, m.

                  • Man, mankind
  • homicide
slide5

Pars, partis, f.

  • Part
  • Participle
adjectives
adjectives
  • Gratus, a, um
                  • Grateful, welcome
  • gratitude
slide7

Novus, a, um

  • New,strange
  • novice
verbs
verbs
  • Clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatus
  • Shout, yell
  • exclamatory
slide9

Conficio, conficere, confeci, confectus

  • Accomplish, finish
  • confection
slide11

Cupio, cupere, cupivi, cupitus

  • Wish, want, desire
  • Cupidity
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Cupitas, cupitatis, f. desire

  • If a Roman author used this noun, it is the terrible desire where you will do anything to accomplish your goal, include murder.
slide13

Dico, dicere, dixi, dictus

  • Speak, say, talk
  • contradict
slide15

Lego, legere, legi. Lectus

  • Read, collect
  • lecture
slide17

Nosco, noscere, novi, notus

  • Know, understand
  • recognize
slide20

Videor, videri, visus(long ere)

  • Always passive
                  • To seem
adverb
adverb
  • Autem
  • ;however,