What does puer meus mean?
Puer means boy. It is a 2nd declension noun.
My is the English equivalent of 'meus'. The possessive adjective is in the masculine nominative singular. The feminine and neuter forms are 'mea' and 'meum', respectively. 'Meus' can mean 'my' ('Os meus filhos' = 'My sons' or 'My kids'), or it can also mean 'mine' (Estes sapatos são meus' = 'These shoes are mine'), it always depends on how you use the adjective. My = meu, masculine nominative singular. My = minha, feminine nominative singular…
Puer translates as child, specially boy in Latin. While Pueri is the genitive of the word puer. Puer is a 2nd declension word, thus translates: Nominative: Puer Genitive: Pueri Dative: Puero Accusative: Puerum Ablative: Puero Hope this helps. Pueri is also the Nominative plural of puer, Pueri in the Nominative Plural means 'the boys' as the subject, whereas Pueri in the genitive means 'of the boy' (possession, analogous to 's)
It's a question asking: "Is the boy lazy?" Let's break it down: est -- he/she/it is. (sum, esse) ne -- particle indicating the interrogative (it means you're asking a question) puer -- boy (3rd declension masculine noun in the nominative; the case indicates it's the subject) ignavus -- lazy (adjective in the masculine nominative, meaning it agrees with 'puer', so it refers to the boy.)
My dog ate it. ---------------- Correct answer wrong question, what you ask (canis meus id comedit) means dog my ate it, while the correct question would be meus canis id comedit, meaning my dog ate it. I would do research on the proposition that word order effects the meaning of a sentence, word order is not imperative. Latin suffixes notate the function of each word in a sentence.
What does deus servo mihi tutela meus viscus ex vulnero tutela meus animus ex malum contego mihi ex hostum mean in English?
God watch over me. Protect my heart, protect my spirit and shield me from evil and harm. I do not know the word hostum but I am guessing "harm." deus servo mihi tutela meus viscus ex vulnero tutela meus animus ex malum contego mihi ex hostium. God watch over me, protect my heart from hurt/harm, protect my spirit/soul from evil, and shield me from the enemy.