House items in Latin – Free online Latin lessons

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English                              Latin

ball                                     pila
football (american)     folle pedibus
soccer                                folle pedibus

balloon                             folliculus

toy                                     puerile ludicrum

box                                    loculus

book                                  liber

picture                             imago

house                               domus

door                                 ianua

window                          fenestra

table                               tabula

chair                               sella

bed                                  lectus

clock                               orologium

lamp                                lumen

kite                                  aquilo

bag                                  crumena

 

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2 thoughts on “House items in Latin – Free online Latin lessons

  1. Ciao, toy= puerile ludicrum.
    This translation is correct. Puerile comes from puerilis, e is a latin adjective and means “for kids, belonging to kids”. It is also an English word because many English words come from latin. ludicrum comes from ludicrum,i and means game. So the literal translation means “game for kids”
    Josy

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