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Adjectives II


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primus
first
secundus
second
tertius
third
solus
alone, only
totus
the whole, entire, all
plenus
full, filled
tutus
safe
levis
light, slight
gravis
heavy, serious, painful, important
ferrum
iron, sword
durus
hard, harsh, rough
mollis
soft
laetus
happy, glad
celer
quick
tardus
slow
publicus
public, common
hortus publicus
park
ior, ius
comparative adjective endings
issimus, a, um
superlative adjective endings
quam
how, than, as
beatus
happy, blessed
altior, altius
higher
altissimus, a, um
highest, tallest
fortior, fortius
stronger, braver
fortissimus, a, um
strongest, bravest
longior, longius
longer
longissimus, a, um
longest
tutior, tutius
safer
tutissimus, a, um
safest
brevior, brevius
shorter
brevissimus, a, um
shortest
senior
elderly, older
junior
younger
juvenissimus, a, um
youngest
senissimus, a, um
oldest
melior
better
optimus, a, um
best
pejor, pejus
worse
pessimus, a, um
worst
beatior, beatius
happier, more blessed
spero
hope, expect
accipio
accept, take in, receive, hear
gravior, gravius
heavier
levior, levius
lighter
gravissimus, a, um
heaviest
maximus, a, um
biggest, greatest
major, majus
bigger, greater
difficilior, difficilius
more difficult
difficillimus, a, um
most difficult
facilior, facilius
easier
facillimus, a, um
easiest
trado
hand over, entrust, hand down, surrender
majores
ancestors, forefathers
minor, minus
smaller, lesser
minimus, a, um
smallest
certus
certain, sure, fixed
certior, certius
more certain
certissimus, a, um
most certain
certiorem facere
to inform
dubius
doubtful
magis
more, rather
maxime
most, very greatly
minime
no, not at all
optime
very well
multus
much, many
plus
more (singular)
plures
more (plural)
plurimus
very much (pl very many)
ultimus
furthest, last, utmost
miserrimus
most wretched
celerrimus
very fast
celerior
faster
celerrime
very quickly
diligo
love
diligens
careful, diligent
dilectus
beloved, loved one
pulcherrimus
very beautiful
diligentissimus
very careful
latus
wide, broad
late
widely
latissimus
very wide
acer
keen, sharp, fierce
acriter
fiercely
datum
something given
prior
previous, former
posterior
later, latter
extremus
last, ultimate
summus
highest, greatest, top (of)