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Latin: Essential Vocabulary: Pronouns

Latin: Essential Vocabulary: Pronouns

Author: Sarah Landis
Description:

to learn the meanings of the most common pronouns in Latin

  • ego, mei, mihi, me, me = I / me
  • hic, haec, hoc (etc.) = this / these 
  • idem, eadem, idem (etc.) = the same 
  • ille, illa, illud (etc.) = that / those
  • ipse, ipsa, ipsum (etc.) = himself / herself / itself / themselves (intensive only)
  • is, ea, id (etc.) = he / she / it / they
  • iste, ista, istud (etc.) = that of yours, that (derogatory)
  • nemo, ---, nemini, neminem, --- = no one, nobody 
  • nihil = nothing, none (of) 
  • nos, nostrum/nostri, nobis, nos, nobis = we / us
  • qui, quae, quod (etc.) = who / which / that (the relative pronoun)
  • quidam, quaedam, quiddam (etc.) = a certain (person/thing)
  • quis?, quid? (etc.) = who? / what? (the interrogative pronoun) 
  • quisque, quidque (etc.) = each, each and every
  • ---, sui, sibi, se, se = himself / herself / itself / themselves (reflexive only)
  • tu, tui, tibi, te, te = you (sg. only)
  • vos, vestrum/vestri, vobis, vos, vobis = y'all / you (pl. only)
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Tutorial

Instructions

There's a Quizlet deck for these terms here. Once you've mastered their meanings, take the quiz to practice. 

 

  • ego, mei, mihi, me, me = I / me
  • hic, haec, hoc (etc.) = this / these 
  • idem, eadem, idem (etc.) = the same 
  • ille, illa, illud (etc.) = that / those
  • ipse, ipsa, ipsum (etc.) = himself / herself / itself / themselves (intensive only)
  • is, ea, id (etc.) = he / she / it / they
  • iste, ista, istud (etc.) = that of yours, that (derogatory)
  • nemo, ---, nemini, neminem, --- = no one, nobody 
  • nihil = nothing, none (of) 
  • nos, nostrum/nostri, nobis, nos, nobis = we / us
  • qui, quae, quod (etc.) = who / which / that (the relative pronoun)
  • quidam, quaedam, quiddam (etc.) = a certain (person/thing)
  • quis?, quid? (etc.) = who? / what? (the interrogative pronoun) 
  • quisque, quidque (etc.) = each, each and every
  • ---, sui, sibi, se, se = himself / herself / itself / themselves (reflexive only)
  • tu, tui, tibi, te, te = you (sg. only)
  • vos, vestrum/vestri, vobis, vos, vobis = y'all / you (pl. only)

Essential Vocabulary (master list)

This file contains approximately 200 of the most common words in Latin, categorized by part of speech.

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