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29 Cards in this Set

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Amor
Declension III, Masculine, Love
Deus
Declension II, Masculine, God
Dies
Declension V, Masculine, Day

note:specific day feminine
Femina
Declension I, Feminine, Woman
Filia
Declension I, Feminine, Daughter
Filius
Declension II, Masculine, Son
Fortuna
Declension I, Feminine, Fortune
Homo
Declension III, Masculine, Human being, Man(kind)
Lex
Declension III, Feminine, Law
Manus
Declension IV, Feminine, Hand
Mater
Declension III, Feminine, Mother
Pater
Declension III, Masculine, Father
Puella
Declension I, Feminine, Girl
Puer
Declension II, Masculine, Boy
Sapientia
Declension I, Feminine, Wisdom
Vir
Declension II, Masculine, Man
Vita
Declension I, Feminine, Life
Amo
amare, amavi, amatus

To love
audio
audire, audivi, auditus

To hear
Cupio
cupere, cupivi, cupitus

To desire, to want
Dico
dicere, dixi, dictus

To say, tell, speak
Doceo
docere, docui, doctus

To teach
Rego
regere, rexi, rectus

To rule, direct, administer
Video
videre, vidi, visus

To see
Non
not
semper
always, forever
et
and
-que
and,
(placed after the word in Latin that it appears in front of in English)
Oportet
oportere, oportuit

(impersonal verb) to behoove, be necessary, be proper, ought