Latin Adjectives

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Can you name the Latin Adjectives?

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English AdjectiveLatin Adjective
old
equal
alive, living
 
wise, sensible
enough
poor
previous, former
equal, fair, favourable, calm
similar, like
furthest, last, utmost
what sort of?
my
so great, such a great, so much
narrow, confined
such
stupid, foolish
recent, fresh
how big? how much?
the whole, entire, all
first, chief
alone, only
no, none, not any
the rest of, the other
unwilling, reluctant
very frightened
suitable, opportune
safe
sad, gloomy, grim
doubtful, wavering
true, real
astonished, thunder-struck
bold, daring
big, large, great
English AdjectiveLatin Adjective
much, many
strange, wonderful
slow
dear
straight, direct, right, proper
suitable, convenient
your
happy, glad
all, whole
middle (of)
last
nearest, next, last
clear, famous, distinguished
 
few, a few
dreadful
the rest, the other
long
new, fresh, recent
free
any
hard, harsh, rough
different
quick
wide, broad
full, filled
young
left, on the left, unfavourable
miserable, wretched, sad
willing, glad
heavy, serious, painful, important
how many?
fierce, cruel, brave
careful, diligent
English AdjectiveLatin Adjective
rich
brave, strong, bold
highest, greatest, top (of)
most, the majority
right, on the right, right hand
skilled (in) (+genitive/ablative)
small
upper, higher
all, every
powerful
certain, sure, fixed
savage, cruel
angry
light, slight
distinguished, glorious
noble, famous
right, just, lawful, complete
trustworthy, faithful, loyal
public, common
some, several
known, well-known, famous
keen, sharp, fierce
high, deep
quiet, silent, in silence
worthy (of), deserving (of) (+ablative)
necessary
fortunate, happy, prosperous
difficult
so many
strong, powerful
following, next, second, favourable
evil, bad

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