Latin Nouns

Welcome to the third Latin lesson about nouns. This time we will first learn about fruits and vegetables, followed by grammar rules, then food items, finally a conversation in Latin to help you practice your daily phrases.

potatoes
potatoes Audio
solani tubera
tomatoes
tomatoes Audio
solana lycopersica
onions
onions Audio
caepia
carrots
carrots Audio
carotae
fruits
fruits Audio
fructus
apples
apples Audio
poma
bananas
bananas Audio
bananae
oranges
oranges Audio
aurea mala

Nouns Grammar Rules

In general nouns refer to a person, an object, or abstract ideas. For example: a fast runner the noun is [runner] because it refers to a person. The examples below use nouns in different ways and places to demonstrate how they behave in a sentence.

Grammar + Rules
Latin
do you have milk?
[verb + noun]
lac habesne? Audio
I have milk and coffee
[preposition + noun]
lac et coffeum habeo Audio
he has three apples
[number + plural noun]
is habet tria poma Audio
she only has one apple
[number + singular noun]
illa modo unum pomum habet Audio
we live in a small house
[adjective + noun]
habitamus in domuncula Audio
I like our breakfast
[pronoun + noun]
mihi placet prandium nostrum Audio

The following are nouns of food items that you might be interested in learning and memorizing.

bread
bread Audio
panis
milk
milk Audio
lac
butter
butter Audio
butyrum
cheese
cheese Audio
caseus
coffee
coffee Audio
coffeum
sandwich
sandwich Audio
panis fartus
meat
meat Audio
caro
chicken
chicken Audio
pullus
fish
fish Audio
piscis
breakfast
breakfast Audio
ientaculum
lunch
lunch Audio
prandium
dinner
dinner Audio
cena

Conversation in Latin

Now we finally reach the fun part, the practice of the daily conversations. These phrases are used to get to know new people, and break the ice.

English
Latin
Do you speak (English/ Latin)?
loquerisne anglice/latine? Audio
Just a little
modo paulo Audio
I like Latin
latina mihi placet Audio
Can I practice with you?
licetne tecum meditari? Audio
How old are you?
quot annos habes? Audio
I'm thirty three years old
triginta tres annos habeo Audio
It was nice talking to you
suavissime erat tecum loqui Audio

I hope you enjoyed this lesson about the nouns in Latin. If you have any question about this lesson please contact me here. Now check the next lesson below.

Latin Adjectives   Latin Adjectives

Latin Plural   Latin Plural



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