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Latin: Essential Vocabulary: Adjectives

Latin: Essential Vocabulary: Adjectives

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Author: Sarah Landis
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  • to learn the meanings of the most common adjectives in Latin
  • see Terms List 
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Terms List

1st/2nd Declension

  • aequus/a/um = equal, fair, just
  • amicus/a/um = friendly
  • bonus/a/um  = good
  • certus/a/um  = certain, sure, definite
  • dignus/a/um  = worthy
  • līber/lībera/līberum ​ = free
  • longus/a/um = long
  • magnus/a/um = great, big, large
  • meus/a/um = my
  • multus/a/um = (sg.) much; (pl.) many
  • noster/nostra/nostrum = our
  • novus/a/um = new, recent, strange
  • parvus/a/um = small
  • primus/a/um = first
  • publicus/a/um = public
  • quantus/a/um = how big?
  • salvus/a/um = safe, sound
  • suus/a/um = his own / her own / its own
  • tantus/a/um = so big, so great, so large
  • tuus/a/um = your
  • verus/a/um = true, real
  • vester/vestra/vestrum = y'all's 

3rd Declension

  • facilis, facile = easy
  • gravis, grave = heavy, serious
  • omnis, omne = all, every
  • qualis, quale = of what kind
  • similis, simile = like, similar
  • talis, tale = such, of such a kind

Source: Sarah Landis

Quizlet Deck on All EV Adjectives

This deck (link here) includes the Naughty Nine as well as 1st/2nd and 3rd declension EV adjectives. You've already done the Naughty Nine, so they won't be on your quiz, but it won't hurt to review them.

Source: Sarah Landis (user MagistraLandis @ Quizlet.com)