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  • Lesson XVI Vocabulary
  • Grammar♦3rd declension nouns ending in the -tas, -tatis pattern are always feminine.
  • Grammar♦3rd declension nouns ending in the -tas, -tatis pattern are always feminine. These nouns frequently have the -y in English.
  • Grammar♦3rd declension nouns ending in the -tas, -tatis pattern are always feminine. These nouns frequently have the -y in English. They are usually abstract ideas rather than concrete things.
  • aestas aestatis f.
  • summer
  • auctóritasauctoritatis f.
  • authority
  • cáritas caritatis f.
  • charity, love
  • celéritasceleritatis f.
  • quickness, speed
  • cívitas civitatis f.
  • state
  • libertaslibertatis f.
  • liberty,freedom
  • píetas pietatis f.
  • piety, duty
  • tempestastempestatis f.
  • rainstorm
  • véritas veritatis f.
  • truth
  • voluntasvoluntatis f.
  • will
  • hic haec hoc
  • this, these