Capitulum Secundum Familia Rōmāna

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  1. vir, virī

    noun (m., 2nd -R declension)
    • a male person, adult male, man
    • [in war] a soldier
    • [repeated distributively] each one.. another, man.. man
    • [plural] human beings
    • a husband
    • [of animals] the male, mate
  2. fēmina, fēminae


    noun (f., 1st declension)
    a female, woman
  3. puer, puerī

    3 PV-

    noun (m., 2nd -R declension)
    • a male child, boy, lad, young man (usually until the age of seventeen)
    • [plural] children
    • a little son, son
    • a boy, attendant, servant, slave
  4. puella, puellae


    noun (f., 1st declension)
    • female child, girl, maiden, lass
    • a young female, young woman, young wife
  5. familia, familiae


    noun (f., 1st declension)
    • the slaves in a household, a household establishment, family servants, domestics
    • an estate, family property, fortune
    • a household, family
    • a family, family connection, kindred (as part of a gens)
    • a family, the members of a household
    • a company, sect, school, troop
  6. pater, patris

    1 PA-

    noun (m., 3rd declension)
    • a father, sire
    • [plural] fathers, forefathers, ancestors, progenitors
  7. māter, mātris

    2 MA-

    noun (f., 3rd declension)
    • a mother
    • a nurse, mother
    • [of animals] a mother, dam, parent
    • [of plants] a parent, stock
    • [figuratively] a mother, parent, producer, nurse, cause, origin, source
  8. fīlius, fīliī


    noun (m., 2nd -IUS declension)
    a son.
  9. fīlia, fīliae


    noun (f., 1st declension)
    a daughter.
  10. līber, līberī

    1 liberMostly Plural

    noun (m., 2nd -R declension)
    • free persons
    • the children of a family, children
  11. servus, serva, servum

    (servus, serva, servum)

    1 SER-

    adjective (2-1-2)
    • slavish, leges non sinunt
    • of slaves, belonging to slaves, for servants
    • [figuratively] of lands, subject to a servitude, under an easement
  12. dominus, dominī

    2 DOM-

    noun (m., 2nd declension)
    • a master, possessor, ruler, lord, proprietor, owner
    • a master, lord, ruler, commander, chief, proprietor, owner, despot, tyrant
    • the master of a feast, entertainer, host
    • the master of a public show
    • a title of the emperor, master
  13. ancilla, ancillae

    ancula, a female attendant

    noun (f., 1st declension)
    a maid-servant, handmaid
  14. domina, dominae

    (domna, domnae)


    noun (f., 1st declension)
    • a mistress, dame, lady, she who rules (esp. in the house)
    • [figuratively] a mistress, lady
    • a sweetheart
  15. liber, librī

    noun (m., 2nd -R declension)
    • [of a tree] the inner bark
    • a book, work, treatise
    • a division of a work, book
    • a list, catalogue, register
    • a letter, epistle
  16. titulus, titulī



    noun (m., 2nd declension)
    • a superscription, inscription, label, title, ticket, bill, placard, notice
    • an honorable appellation, title of honor, glory, name, title
    • repute, renown, fame
    • an alleged cause, pretence, pretext
  17. pāgina, pāginae


    noun (f., 1st declension)
    • a leaf of paper, sheet, page
    • a slab, tablet
  18. antīquus, antīqua, antīquum
    (antīcus, antīca, antīcum)


    adjective (2-1-2)
    • ancient, former, of old times
    • [plur m. as subst] the ancients, ancient writers
    • old, long in existence, aged
    • [figuratively] old, venerable, reverend, authoritative
    • old-fashioned
    • [comp] more desirable, preferable
  19. novus, nova, novum

    1 NV-

    adjective (2-1-2)
    • new, not old, young, fresh, recent
    • [plur m. as subst] the moderns, our contemporaries
    • [with res] a new thing, news, novelty, innovation, revolution
    • new, novel, strange, singular, unusual, unheard of
    • new, unused, unaccustomed, inexperienced
    • [of order, only sup] latest, last, hindermost, extreme
  20. cēterus, cētera, cēterum

    2 CA-, CI-

    adjective (2-1-2)
    • the other, remainder, rest
    • [as subst m.] the others, all the rest, everybody else
    • [especially et cetera or ceteraque] and the rest, and the like, and so forth
  21. meus, mea, meum


    pronoun (possessive)
    • of me, my, mine, belonging to me, my own
    • [plur m. as subst] my friends, my relatives, my adherents, my followers
    • [as subst n.] mine
  22. tuus, tua, tuum


    pronoun (possessive)
    • thy, thine, your, yours
    • [as subst n.] your property, what is yours, your own
    • your own, favorable to you, auspicious, proper, suitable, right for you
    • of you
  23. centum

    adjective (indeclinable)
    • a hundred
    • a hundred, many, countless
  24. duo, duae, duo


    adjective (irregular numeral)
    • two
    • the two, both
  25. trēs, tria


    adjective (irregular numeral)

    trēs (trīs) tria, gen. trium, acc. trēs or trīs
  26. que, -que

    2 CA-

    conjunction -enclitic
    • and
    • even
  27. quis, quid

    2 CA-

    pronoun (interrogative)
    • who? which one? what man?what?
    • what thing?
  28. quae
    feminine nominative plural
    feminine vocative plural
    neuter nominative plural
    neuter accusative plural
    neuter vocative plural

    quis, quid

    2 CA-

    pronoun (interrogative)
    • who? which one? what man?
    • what? what thing?
  29. quī
    masculine nominative plural
    masculine vocative plural

    quis, quid

    2 CA-

    pronoun (interrogative)
    • who? which one? what man?
    • what? what thing?
  30. cuius
    masculine genitive singular
    feminine genitive singular
    neuter genitive singular

    quis, quid

    2 CA-

    pronoun (interrogative)
    • who? which one? what man?
    • what? what thing?
  31. quot

    2 CA-

    adjective (indeclinable)
    • how many?
    • as many as, as
  32. masculīnus, masculīna, masculīnum


    adjective (2-1-2)
    male, masculine
  33. fēminīnus, fēminīna, fēminīnum


    adjective (2-1-2)
    of the feminine gender, feminine
  34. neuter, neutra, neutrum

    ne + uter

    adjective (UNUS NAUTA -R)
    • neither
    • neither one ... nor the other
  35. genetīvus, genetīva, genetīvum
    (genitīvus, genitīva, genitīvum)

    genitus, from gigno

    adjective (2-1-2)
    • of or belonging to generation or birth
    • the genitive case
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Capitulum Secundum Familia Rōmāna
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