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Glossary of Latin Vocabulary from Henle Unit 4 Lesson 16

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puer, pueri
boy
irregular noun, masculine, second declension
ager, agri
field
irregular noun, masculine,
second declension
vir, viri
man
irregular noun, masculine,
second declension
Italia, ae
Italy
regular noun, feminine,
first declension
fortuna, ae
fortune
regular noun, feminine,
first declension
ita
so, thus
adverb
trans
across
prep. with acc.
miser, misera, miserum
wretched
adjective in third declension masculine, first declension feminine, or third declension neuter
liber, libera, liberum
free
adjective in third declension masculine, first declension feminine, or third declension neuter
integer, integra, integrum
fresh, uninjured, whole
adjective in third declension masculine, first declension feminine, or third declension neuter
proelium, i
battle
second declension neuter
civitas, civitatis
state
third declension feminine
meus, a, um
my, mine
possessive adjective
1st person
noster, nostra, nostrum
our, ours
possessive adjective
1st person
tuus, a, um
your, yours
possessive adjective
2nd person

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