pmda wrote:Funny this. In Orberg's LLPSI he uses aeger, -ra, -rum as an adjective and helpfully defines it in the vocabulary. But he also uses ager as a noun and doesn't indicate this anywhere in the book that I can see.
Also my Collins Latin dictionary doesn't show it as a noun either. I deduced that it's a 2nd declension masculine noun to mean, I suppose, an illness. It is shown as such in Whittaker's Words..
pmda wrote:But he also uses ager as a noun
pmda wrote:But hold on.... couldn't it mean 'illnesses' or 'diseases'?
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