Ch 27

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  1. Adjective Forms for facilis, -e

    (Special 6 -lis)
    • facilis, -e (easy)
    • facil-ior, -ius (easier)
    • facil-limus, -a, -um (easiest)
  2. Adjective Forms for difficilis, -e

    (Special 6 -lis)
    • difficilis, -e (difficult)
    • difficil-ior, -ius (more difficult)
    • difficil-limus, -a, -um (most difficult)
  3. Adjective Forms for similis, -e

    (Special 6 -lis)
    • similis, -e (like)
    • simil-ior, -ius (more like)
    • simil-limus, -a, -um (most like)
  4. Adjective Forms for dissimilis, -e

    (Special 6 -lis)
    • dissimilis, -e (dissimilar)
    • dissimil-ior, -ius (more dissimilar)
    • dissimil-limus, -a, -um (most dissimilar)
  5. Adjective Forms for gracilis, -e

    (Special 6 -lis)
    • gracilis, -e (slender)
    • gracil-ior, -ius (slenderer)
    • gracil-limus, -a, -um (slenderest)
  6. Adjective Forms for humilis, -e
    • humilis, -e (low, humble)
    • humil-ior, -ius (lower)
    • humil-limus, -a, -um (lowest)
  7. Masculine -er Adjective Forms for
    liber
    • liber, liber-a, liber-um (free)
    • liber-ior, -ius (freer)
    • liber-rimus, -rima, -rimum (freest)
  8. Masculine -er Adjective Forms for
    pulcher
    • pulcher, pulchr-a, pulchr-um (beautiful)
    • pulchr-ior, -ius (more beautiful)
    • pulcher-rimus, -rima, -rimum (most beautiful)
  9. Masculine -er Adjective Forms for
    acer
    • acer, acris, acre (keen)
    • acr-ior, -ius (keener)
    • acer-rimus, -rima, -rimum (keenest)
  10. 7 Suppletion Adjectives
    bonus
    • bonus, bona, bonum (good)
    • mel-ior, -ius (better)
    • optim-us, -a, -um (best)
  11. 7 Suppletion Adjectives
    magnus
    • magn-us, -a, -um (great)
    • ma-ior, ius (greater)
    • maxim-us, -a, -um (greatest)
  12. 7 Suppletion Adjectives
    malus
    • mal-us, -a, -um (bad)
    • pe-ior, -ius (worse)
    • pessim-us, -a, -um (worst)
  13. 7 Suppletion Adjectives
    multus
    • mult-us, -a, -um (much)
    • ----, plus (more)
    • plurim-us, -a, -um (most)
  14. 7 Suppletion Adjectives
    parvus
    • parv-us, -a, -um (small)
    • minor, minus (smaller)
    • minim-us, -a, -um (smallest)
  15. 7 Suppletion Adjectives
    prae, pro
    • prae, pro (in front of, before)
    • pr-ior, -ius (former)
    • prim-us, -a, -um (first)
  16. 7 Suppletion Adjectives
    superus
    • super-us, -a, -um (that above)
    • super-ior, -ius (higher)
    • sum-us, -a, -um (highest, furthest)
    • OR
    • suprem-us, -a, -um (highest, last)
  17. Declension of plus
    • MFs         Ns              MFp         Np
    • ---           plus           plures        plura
    • ---          pluris                 plurium
    • ---           ---                   pluribus
    • ---           plus          plures         plura
    • ---          plure                 pluribus

    gendered singular = neuter noun (usually followed by Gen of Whole)
  18. dēlectātiō
    • dēlectātiō, dēlectātiōnis
    • f.    noun         III
    • delight, pleasure, enjoyment
  19. nepos
    • nepos, nepōtis
    • m.       noun        III
    • grandson, descendent
  20. sōl
    • sōl, sōlis
    • m.       noun     III
    • sun
  21. dīligēns
    • dīligēns, dīligentis
    • participle
    • diligent, careful

    (from present activedīligō, present infinitive dīligere, perfect active dīlēxī, supine dīlēctum)
  22. dissimilis
    • dissimilis, dissimile
    • adj   III
    • unlike, different

    Special 6 -lis
  23. Graffito
    urceus                         jug
    liquamen, -minis          n. liquid, fluid, sauce
    • usually ceramicware with painted or incised labels
    • garum: a popular fish sauce
    • SCOMBR = scomber = mackerel
  24. gracilis
    • gracilis, gracile
    • adj       III
    • slender, thing

    Special 6 -lis
  25. humilis
    • humilis, humile
    • adj     III
    • lowly, humble

    Special 6 -lis
  26. maior
    • maior, maius  (comparative of māgnus)
    • comp.adj    
    • s) greater, older
    • p) maiores, maiorum (M)- ancestors

    ETY: major, majority, mayor
  27. primus
    • primus, -a, -um
    • adj       I/II
    • first, foremost, chief, principal

    ETY: prime, primacy, primitive
  28. quot
    • how many, as many as
    • indecl.adj
  29. similis
    • similis, simile (+Gen or Dat)
    • adj        III
    • similar to, like, resembling
  30. superus
    • superus, -a, -um
    • adj          I/II
    • above, upper
    • m.pl) superī, superōrum- the gods
  31. ūtilis
    • ūtilis, ūtile
    • adj        III
    • useful, advantageous
  32. pōnō
    • pōnō, pōnere, posuī, positum
    • verb       III
    • to put, place, set

    ETY: component, compound, deposit, imposter, post, preposition, supposition
  33. probō
    • probō, probāre, probāvī, probātum
    • verb       I
    • to approve, recommend, test
  34. facilis
    • facilis, facile
    • adj         III
    • easy

    comparative: facilior, superlative: facillimus

    Special 6 -lis
  35. difficilis
    • difficilis, difficile
    • adj              III
    • difficult

    comparative: difficilior, superlative: difficillimus
  36. similis
    • similis, simile
    • adj           III
    • like

    comparative: similior, superlative: simillimus
  37. līber
    • līber, lībera, līberum
    • adj          III
    • free

    comparative: līberior, superlative: līberrimus
  38. pulcher
    • pulcher, pulchra
    • adj           I/II
    • beautiful

    comparative: pulchrior, superlative: pulcherrimus
  39. ācer
    • ācer, ācris, ācre
    • adj           III
    • keen

    comparative: ācrior, superlative: ācerrimus
  40. bonus
    • bonus, bona, bonum
    • adj           III
    • keen

    comparative: melior, superlative: optimus
  41. magnus
    • magnus, -a, -um
    • adj          I/II
    • great

    comparative: maior, superlative: maximus
  42. malus
    • malus, -a, -um
    • adj         I/II
    • bad

    comparative: pēior (worse), superlative: pessimus (worst)
  43. multus
    • multus, a, um
    • adj           I/II
    • much

    comparative: plūs, superlative: plūrimus
  44. parvus
    • parvus, a, um
    • adj              I/II
    • small

    comparative: minor, superlative: minimus
  45. prae
    prae, prō

    in front of, before

    comparative: prior, superlative: primus
  46. melior
    • melior, ius
    • adj
    • better

    comparative of bonus

    ETY: ameliorate (To make better)
  47. pēior
    • pēior, ius
    • adj
    • worse
    • comparative form of malus

    ETY: pejorative (disparaging)
  48. plūs
    • ----, plūs (G form)
    • adj
    • more
    • (in s.gender it functions as a neuter noun, commonly followed by Gen of Whole: plus pecuniae = more (of) money)

    comparative form of multus

    ETY: plus, plural, plurality
  49. minor
    • minor, minus
    • adj
    • smaller
    • comparative of parvus

    ETY: minor, minority, minus, minute, minuet, minister, minstrel
  50. prior
    • prior, prius
    • adj
    • former

    comparative of prae/pro

    ETY: prior, priority
  51. superior
    • superior, ius
    • adj
    • higher

    comparative of superus

    ETY: superior, superiority
  52. optimus
    • optimus, a, um
    • adj
    • best

    superlative of bonus

    ETY: optimist, optimum
  53. maximus
    • maximus, a, um
    • adj
    • greatest

    superlative of magnus

    ETY: maximum
  54. pessimus
    • pessimus, a, um
    • adj
    • worst

    superlative of malus

    ETY: pessimist
  55. plūrimus
    • plūrimus, a, um
    • adj
    • most

    superlative of multus
  56. minimus
    • minimus, a, um
    • adj
    • smallest

    superlative of parvus

    ETY: minimum, minimize
  57. prīmus
    • prīmus, a, um
    • adj
    • first

    superlative of prae/pro

    ETY: prime, primacy, primary
  58. summus
    • summus, a, um
    • adj
    • highest, farthest

    superlative of superus

    ETY: summit, sum, consummate
  59. suprēmus
    • suprēmus, a, um
    • adj
    • highest, last

    superlative of superus

    ETY: supreme, supremacy
  60. sapiens nihil affirmat quod non probat
    A wise person never beleives what is not proven
  61. sapiens uno minor est Iove
    a wise person is one less than Jove
  62. ad maiorem gloriam Dei
    for the greater glory of God

    motto of the Jesuit Order
  63. quid est tempestas? pluitne? estne frigida? nimbosa?
    how is the storm? is it raining? is it cold? is it cloudy?
  64. sol lucet omnibus
    the sun shines for all
  65. similis in simili gaudet
    like enjoys like
  66. meliores priores
    the better (people) have priority
  67. maxima cum laude
    with very great praise
  68. summa cum laude
    with highest praise
  69. si es diligens in studio Latinae
    if you work diligently in Latin study
  70. peior bello est timor ipse belli
    worse than war is fear of war itself
  71. e pluribus unum
    one from many
  72. ne plus ultra
    no more beyond (this point)
  73. primer inter pares
    first among equals
  74. prima facie
    at first sight
  75. summum bonum
    the highest good

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