Latin Words Quiz

Benediximus!
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Last updated: September 30, 2020
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Latin
English
a/ab
from
agere
do
alius
another
amare
love
aqua
water
bellum
war
bonus
good
canis
dog
capere
take
carmen
song
contra
against
cum
with/as/when
cur?
why?
dare
give
deus
god
dies
day
diu
long
domus
house
e/ex
out of/of
Latin
English
et
and
exemplum
example
ferre
carry
filius
son
flumen
river
frater
brother
gladius
sword
hic
here
homo
human
ibi
there
inter
between
ire
go
legere
read
locus
place
lux
light
malus
bad
manus
hand
mare
ocean/sea
mater
mother
Latin
English
miles
soldier
mox
soon
mundus
world
necare
kill
nemo
nobody
nihil
nothing
nos
we/us
nunc
now
olim
once
opus
work
pater
father
pax
peace
per
through
plus
more
populus
people
post
after
pro
for
puella
girl
puer
boy
Latin
English
quam?
how?
quid?
what?
quis?
who?
quod
because
res
thing
rex
king
sacer
holy
scire
know
sed
but
si
if
solum
only
sub
below
tam
so
terra
earth
totus
whole
trans
over
ubi?
where
ut
when/for
vox
voice
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Level 37
May 21, 2019
Not accepting"same" for "homo" totally threw me off.
+1
Level 59
May 21, 2019
who says that homo means same?
+3
Level 59
May 23, 2019
Homo only means same in Greek.
+1
Level 71
Sep 30, 2020
'Bene' and 'male' are adverbs, so they should either be changed to 'bonus' and 'malus' or their translations should be changed to 'well' and 'badly'. 'a/ab' would be better translated by 'from', not 'of'. And 'quod' can also be a relative pronoun (that/which).
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Level 59
Sep 30, 2020
I chose bene and male over bonus and malus, because I believed they would be more recognicable. I'll change them anyway.
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Level 59
Sep 30, 2020
All fixed