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LC2 Lesson 7 2

Terms

undefined, object
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scientia, ae
knowledge
ara, ae
altar
casa, ae
cottage
(small country house of peasant)
cithara, ae
harp
taberna, ae
shop
natura, ae
nature
janua, ae
door, entrance
epistula, ae
letter
tabella, ae
tablet
culina, ae
kitchen
agricola, ae (m)
farmer
poeta, ae (m)
poet
The stem of a Latin noun is always found by dropping the ending from the ____________.
genitive singular form
All nouns whose gentive singular ends in "ae" belong to the __________ declension.
first
Three first-declension nouns that are masculine are _______, _______, and _______.
nauta, poeta, agricola
Natura non facit saltum
Nature does not make leaps

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