Latin Adjectives

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

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