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58 Cards in this Set

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populus, populi (m)
people, of the people
lingua, linguae (f)
language, of the language
aedificium, aedificii/aedifici (n)
building, of the building
Troia, Troiae (f)
Troy, of Troy
Latium, Latii/Lati (n)
Latin, of Latin
latinus, latina, latinum
Latin
paro, parare
prepare, get ready
maneo, manere
remain, stay
debeo, debere
owe, ought
possum, posse
be able, can
eo, ire
go
propero, properare
hurry, hasten
nonne
adverb placed at the beginning of the sentence and expects the answer "yes"
minime
by no means, not at all (adverb)
certe
certainly, surely, indeed (adverb)
num
adverb placed at the beginning of a sentence that expects the answer "no"
ita
yes; thus, so (adverb)
vero
truly, in truth (adverb)
avunculus, avunculi (m)
uncle
ripa, ripae (f)
bank (of a river)
ludus, ludi (m)
game
forum, fori (n)
forum, market place
Sabini, Sabinorum (m. pl.)
the Sabines
praemium, praemii/praemi (n)
reward
arca, arcae (f)
chest, box
vita, vitae (f)
life
lupa, lupae (f)
wolf
Roma, Romae (f)
Rome
Romanus, Romani (m)
a Roman
servo, servare
save, preserve
loco, locare
place, put
nunc
now (adverb)
tum
then (adverb)
sine
without (preposition used with the ablative case)
cum
when, while (as a conjunction)
barbarus, barbari (m)
barbarian
finitimus, finitimi (m)
neighbor
finitimus, finitima, finitimum
neighboring
amicus, amica, amicum
friendly
inimicus, inimica, inimicum
unfriendly
barbarus, barbara, barbarum
savage, uncivilized, barbarian
idoneus, idonea, idoneum
fit, suitable
gratus, grata, gratum
pleasing
propinquus, propinqua, propinquum
near
moneo, monere
warn, advise
incito, incitare
arouse, stir up, incite
cras
tomorrow (adverb)
ob
on account of, because of (preposition used with the accusative case)
atque/ac (before consonants)
and also, also (conjunction)
memoria, memoriae (f)
memory
Germanus, Germani (m)
a German
legatus, legati (m)
lieutenant, legate
Gallia, Galliae (f)
Gaul (the country)
Gallus, Galli (m)
a Gaul (person)
teneo, tenere
hold, keep, have
memoria tenere
to remember (literally, to keep by memory)
contra
against (preposition with the accusitive case)
pro
for, in behalf of, on behalf of (preposition)