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ab
from, away from; by (agent); (preposition + ablative)
accipio
accipere
accepi
acceptum
to take, receive, accept
ad
to, up to, near to (prepostition + accusative)
ager
agri
field, farm (m.)
ago
agere
egi
actum
to drive, lead, do, act; (of time or life: to pass, spend)
aio
to say, to affirm, to state
aliquis
aliquid
someone, somebody, something (indefinate pronoun)
alius
alia
aliud
other, another, (alii...alii, some...others)
alter
altera
alterum
the other (of two), second
amo
amare
amavi
amatum
to like, love
an
or, can it be that (adv. and conjunction introducing the second part of a double question)
animus
animi
soul, spirit, mind (m.)
animi
animorum
high spirits, pride, courage (m. pl.)
annus
anni
year (m.)
ante
before (in place or time), in front of, (prep. + acc.); before, previously (adverb)
apello
apellare
apellavi
apellatum
to speak to, address (as), call, name
apud
among, in the presence of, at the house of, (prep. +acc.)
aqua
aquae
water (f.)
at
but, (conj.)
atque
ac
and, and also, and even (conj.)
audio
audire
audivi
auditum
to hear, listen to
aut
or (conj.); (aut...aut, either...or)
autem
however, moreover (postpositive conjunction)
bellum
belli
war (n.)
bellus
bella
bellum
pretty, handsome, charming (adj.)
bonus
bona
bonum
good, kind (adj.)
capio
capere
cepi
captum
to take, seize, capture, get
causa
causae
cause, reason; case, situation; for the sake of, on account of, (causa with a preceding genitive
certus
certa
certum
definite, sure, certain, reliable (adj.)
civitas
civitatis
state, citizenship (f.)
consul
consulis
consul (m.)
contra
against (prep. + acc.)
corpus
corporis
body (n.)
credo
credere
credidi
creditum
believe, trust (+ dative)
cum
with (prep. + abl.)
cur
why (adv.)
de
down from, from; concerning, about (prep. + abl.)
debeo
debere
debui
debitum
to owe, ought, must
dedo
dedere
dedidi
deditum
to give up, surrender
deinde
thereupon, next, then (adv.)
deus
dei
god (m.)
dico
dicere
dixi
dictum
to say, tell, speak; call, name
dies
diei
day (m.)
diu
long, for a long time (adv.)
do
dare
dedi
datum
to give, offer
dominus
domini
master, lord (m.)
domus
domus (i)
house, home (f.)
donec
up to the time when; so long as, while
duco
ducere
duxi
ductum
to lead; consider, regard; prolong
dum
while, as long as; at the same time that; until (conj.)
duo
duae
duo
two
ecce
behold! lo! see!
ego
mei
I
enim
for, in fact, truly (postpositive conjunction)
eo
ire
ii (ivi)
itum
to go
ergo
therefore (adv.)
et
and; even (et...et; both...and)
etiam
even, also (adv.)
ex
e
out of, from within, from; by reason of, on account of (prep. + abl.)
facio
facere
feci
factum
to make, do, accomplish
fero
ferre
tuli
latum
to bear, carry, bring; suffer, endure, tolerate; say, report
filius
filii
son (m.)
fio
fieri
factus sum
to occur, happen; become, be made, done
frater
fratris
brother (m.)
gens
gentis
clan, race, nation, people (f.)
genus
generis
origin; kind, type, sort, class (n.)
gero
gerere
gessi
gestum
to carry; carry on, manage, conduct, wage, accomplish, perform
habeo
habere
habui
habitum
to have, hold, possess; consider, regard
hic
haec
hoc
this, these (demonstrative adj. or pronoun)
hinc
from this place, hence (adv.)
hic
here (adv.)
homo
homonis
human being, man (m.)
hostis
hostis
an enemy (of the state); hostes, hostium, the enemy (pl.)
huc
hither, to this place
iam
now, already, soon (adv.)
ibi
there (adv.)
idem
eadem
idem
the same
ideo
on that account, therefore; for that reason, for that purpose
igitur
therefore, consequently (postpositive conj.)
ille
illa
illud
that, those (demonstrative adj. or pronoun)
in
in, on, (prep. + abl.); into, toward, against (prep. + acc.)
inde
thence, from there
inquam
he says, he said; to say
intellego
intellegere
intellexi
intellectum
to understand
inter
between, among (prep. + acc.)
ipse
ipsa
ipsum
myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself (intensive pronoun)
is
ea
id
this, that (demonstrative pronoun and adj.); he, she it (personal pronoun)
iste
ista
istud
that (used with contemptuos force)
ita
so, thus (adv.)
iubeo
iubere
iussi
iussum
to bid, order, command
iudicium
iudicii
judgement, decision, opinion; trial (n.)
ius
iuris
right, justice, law (n.)
lego
legere
legi
lectum
to pick out, choose; read
lex
legis
law, statute
liber
libera
liberum
free (adj.)
liber
libri
book (m.)
litterae
litterarum
a letter, epistle; literature
locus
loci
place, passage in litterature (n.)
loca
locarum
places, region (n.) (pl.)
loci
locorum
passages in literature (m.) (pl.)
longus
longa
longum
long (adj.)
loquor
loqui
locutus sum
to say, speak, tell, talk
magnus
magna
magnum
large, great, important (adj.)
malus
mala
malum
bad, wicked, evil
manus
manus
hand; handwriting; band (f.)
mater
matris
mother (f.)
meus
mea
meum
my (adj.)
miles
militis
soldier (m.)
mitto
mittere
misi
missum
to send, let go
modo
now, just now, only (adv.); (modo...modo, at one time...at another)
modus
modi
measure, bound, limit; manner, method, mode, way (m.)
mors
mortis
death (f.)
moveo
movere
movi
motum
to move; arouse, affect
mulier
mulieris
woman (f.)
multus
multa
multum
much, many (adj.)
nam
for (conj.)
natura
naturae
nature (f.)
ne
(enclitic added to an emphatic word at the beginning of a question anticipating a yes or no answer)
nemo
nullius
nemini
neminem
no one, nobody (m./f.)
neque
nec
and not, nor (conj.)
neuter
neutra
neutrum
not either, neither
nihil
nothing (noun)
nisi
if..not, unless, except
nitor
nitoris
brilliance, brightness, splendor, glow, elegance (m.)
nomen
nominis
name (n.)