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Latina Christiana 2 - Lesson 24 Student Notes

Latina Christiana 2 - Lesson 24 Student Notes

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Latina Christiana II Student Notes ~ Lesson 24 5th Declension Nouns

Latin saying: _______ _______ = Day of Wrath (Hymn from the Requiem Mass.)

See last page for text of this hymn. You can find this hymn on Wikipedia and listen to it at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dies_irae Vocabulary

5th declension nouns are typically ______________. You can recognize them because they end in ____ in their genitive singular form.

Latin Words die
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Latina Christiana II Student Notes ~ Lesson 24 5th Declension Nouns

Latin saying: _______ _______ = Day of Wrath (Hymn from the Requiem Mass.)

See last page for text of this hymn. You can find this hymn on Wikipedia and listen to it at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dies_irae Vocabulary

5th declension nouns are typically ______________. You can recognize them because they end in ____ in their genitive singular form.

Latin Words die

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© 2011 Julieanne Miller (wwwJoyInOurJourney.com) Latina Christiana Level 2, Lesson 24
Name:_________________________ Date:_______________________ 
Latin saying: _______ _______ = Day of Wrath
(Hymn from the Requiem Mass.) 
See last page for text of this hymn. You can find this hymn on Wikipedia and listen to it at: 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dies_irae
th 
declension nouns are typically ______________.You can recognize them because they end in ____ in their genitive singular form.
 
Latin Words English Translation
dies diei
m.
 acies, aciei
f.
fides, fidei
f.
res, rei
f.
spes, spei
f.
meridies, meridiei
m.
facies, faciei
f.
Latina Christiana II Student Notes ~ Lesson 24
 
5
th
Declension Nouns
 
Vocabulary
 
 
© 2011 Julieanne Miller (wwwJoyInOurJourney.com) Latina Christiana Level 2, Lesson 24
Latin Nouns English Translation Derivatives Meanings
day 1. diary 1. a ___________ of your dailyactivitiesfaith; loyalty 1. fidelity2. infidel1. ____________ or loyalty2. someone who is ________________ or a non-believer in a particular religionthing 1. real2. republic1. something that is ________;not imaginary2. a _______, living thing thatcontributes to the welfare ofits people
 
hope 1. despair 1. out of ___________ midday; noon 1. a.m.2. p.m.1. ____ meridiem (before noon)2. ____ meridiem (after noon)face 1. facial2. façade1. having to do with the ______ 2. the front ___________ ofsomething (the face)
The 5
th
Declension genitive singular ending is _________. This is your biggest clue.There are not many words in the 5
th
declension. They are also almost all _______________ with veryfew exceptions.
Singular Plural
ominative 
enitive 
ative 
ccusative 
blative 
Singular Plural
ominative 
re____ re____ 
enitive 
re____ re____ 
ative 
re____ re____ 
Derivatives
 
 
Grammar:
 
5
th
Declension
 
5
th
Declension Endings
 
5
th
 
Declension Endings with model noun “res”
 
 
© 2011 Julieanne Miller (wwwJoyInOurJourney.com) Latina Christiana Level 2, Lesson 24
ccusative 
re____ re____ 
blative 
re____ re____ 
Dies iræ ! dies illaSolvet sæclum in favilla:Teste David cum Sibylla !The day of wrath, that dayWill dissolve the world in ashesAs foretold by David and the sibyl!Quantus tremor est futurus,Quando iudex est venturus,Cuncta stricte discussurus !How much tremor there will be,when the judge will come,investigating everything strictly!Tuba, mirum spargens sonumPer sepulchra regionum,Coget omnes ante thronum.The trumpet, scattering a wondrous soundthrough the sepulchres of the regions,will summon all before the throne.Mors stupebit, et natura,Cum resurget creatura,Iudicanti responsura.Death and nature will marvel,when the creature arises,to respond to the Judge.Liber scriptus proferetur,In quo totum continetur,Unde mundus iudicetur.The written Book will be brought forth,in which all is contained,from which the world shall be judged.Iudex ergo cum sedebit,Quidquid latet, apparebit:Nil inultum remanebit.When therefore the judge will sit,whatever hides will appear:nothing will remain unpunished.Quid sum miser tunc dicturus ?Quem patronum rogaturus,Cum vix iustus sit securus ?What am I, miserable, then to say?Which patron to ask,when [even] the just may hardly be sure?Rex tremendæ maiestatis,Qui salvandos salvas gratis,Salva me, fons pietatis.King of tremendous majesty,who freely saves those that have to be saved,save me, source of mercy.Recordare, Iesu pie,Quod sum causa tuæ viæ:Ne me perdas illa die.Remember, merciful Jesus,that I am the cause of your way:lest you lose me in that day.Quærens me, sedisti lassus:Redemisti Crucem passus:Tantus labor non sit cassus.Seeking me, you sat tired: you redeemed [me] having suffered the Cross:let not so much hardship be lost.Iuste iudex ultionis,Donum fac remissionisAnte diem rationis.Just judge of revenge,give the gift of remissionbefore the day of reckoning.Ingemisco, tamquam reus:Culpa rubet vultus meus:Supplicanti parce, Deus.I sigh, like the guilty one:my face reddens in guilt:Spare the supplicating one, God.Qui Mariam absolvisti,Et latronem exaudisti,Mihi quoque spem dedisti.You who absolved Mary,and heard the robber,gave hope to me, too.Preces meæ non sunt dignæ:Sed tu bonus fac benigne,Ne perenni cremer igne.My prayers are not worthy:however, You, Good [Lord], do good,lest I am burned up by eternal fire.Inter oves locum præsta,Et ab hædis me sequestra,Statuens in parte dextra.Grant me a place among the sheep,and take me out from among the goats,setting me on the right side.Confutatis maledictis,Flammis acribus addictis:Voca me cum benedictis.Once the cursed have been rebuked,sentenced to acrid flames:Call me with the blessed.Oro supplex et acclinis,Cor contritum quasi cinis:Gere curam mei finis.I meekly and humbly pray,[my] heart is as crushed as the ashes:perform the healing of my end.Lacrimosa dies illa,qua resurget ex favillaiudicandus homo reus.Huic ergo parce, Deus:Tearful will be that day,on which from the ash arisesthe guilty man who is to be judged.Spare him therefore, God.Pie Iesu Domine, Merciful Lord Jesus,

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