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non
not (adv.)
nondum
not yet (adv.)
nos
nostrum
we (personal pronoun)
noster
nostra
nostrum
our, ours (adj.)
nox
noctis
night (f.)
nullus
nulla
nullum
not any, no one, none (adj.)
num
( 1. introduces direct questions which expect "no" as answer. 2. introduces indirect questions and means "whether")
numquam
never (adv.)
nunc
now, at present (adv.)
ob
in front of, before; in return for; because of, on account of (prep. + acc.)
oculus
oculi
eye (m.)
olim
at that time, once, formerly; in the future (adv.)
omnis
omne
every, all (adj.)
opus
operis
a work, task; deed, accomplishment (n.)
pars
partis
part, share; direction (f.)
parvus
parva
parvum
small, little (adj.)
pater
patris
father (m.)
pecunia
pecuniae
money (f.)
per
through (prep. + acc.); by (with reflexive pronoun)
peto
petere
petivi
petitum
to seek, aim at, beg, beseech
pono
ponere
posui
positum
to put, place, set
populus
populi
the people, a people, a nation (m.)
possum
posse
potui
to be able, can, have power
post
after, behind (prep. + acc.)
postea
afterwards (adv.)
postquam
after (conj.)
potis
pote
able, capable (adj.)
praeterea
besides, further, afterthis, hereafter (adv.)
primus
prima
primum
first, foremost, chief, principal (adj.)
prior
prius
former, prior (comparative adj.)
pro
in front of, before, on behalf of, in return for, instead (prep. + abl.)
prope
nearly (adv.) (prep.)
propter
on account of, because of (prep. + acc.)
puto
putare
putavi
putatum
to reckon, judge, suppose, think
qua
by which route, where (adv.)
quaero
quaere
quaesivi
quaesitum
to seek, look for, strive for; ask, inquire, inquire into
qualis
quale
of what kind?, of the kind that (interrogative)
quam
how (adv.), than (conj.); as...as possible (with superlative)
quantus
quanta
quantum
how large, how great, how much (adj.)
quare
because of which thing, therefore, wherefore, why (adv.)
quasi
as if, as it were (adv. or conj.)
-que
and (enclitic conjunction)
qui
quae
quod
who, which, what, that (relative pronoun)
quia
since, because (conj.)
quidam
quaedam
quiddam
a certain one, a certain thing, someone, something (as pronoun), a certain (as adj.)
quidem
indeed, certainly, at least, even (postpositive adj.)
quin
indeed, in fact (adv.)
quis?
quid?
who? what? which?
quis
quid
anyone, anything, someone, something (after si, nisi, ne and num) (indefinate pronoun)
quisquam
quidquam
anyone, anything (indef. pronoun or adj.)
quisque
quidque
each one, each person, each thing (indef. pronoun)
quisquis
quidquid
whoever, whatever (indef. pronoun)
quo
to which, to what place, whither, where (adv.)
quondam
formerly, once (adv.)
quoniam
since, inasmuch as (conj.)
quoque
also, too (adv.)
ratio
rationis
reckoning, account; reason, judgement, condsideration; system, manner, method (f.)
reddo
reddere
reddidi
redditum
to give back, return
redeo
redire
redii
reditum
to go back, return
refero
referre
rettuli
relatum
to carry back, bring back; repeat, answer, report
relinquo
relinquere
reliqui
relictum
to leave behind, leave, abandon
reor
reri
ratus sum
to believe, judge
respondeo
respondere
respondi
responsum
to answer
rex
regis
king (m.)
rus
ruris
the country, countryside (n.)
scio
scire
scivi
scitum
to know
scribo
scribere
scripsi
scriptum
to write, compose
sed
but (conj.)
semper
always (adv.)
senatus
senatus
senate (m.)
sequor
sequi
secutus sum
to follow
servus
servi
serva
servae
slave (m. or f.)
si
if (conj.)
sic
so, thus (adv.)
sicut
as, just as, as it were (adv. and conj.)
sine
without (prep + abl.)
sive
seu
or if
solus
sola
solum
alone, only, the only
sto
stare
steti
statum
to stand, to stand still, to stand firm
sub
under, up under, close to (prep. + abl.)
sui
sibi
se
se
himself, herself, itself, themselves (reflexive pronoun)
sum
esse
fui
futurum
to be, exist
super
over, above; besides, beyond, moreover (adv.)
superus
supera
superum
above, upper (adj.)
superi
superorum
the gods (m.)
supra
above (prep + acc. or adv.)
suus
sua
suum
his own, her own, its own, their own (reflexive possessive adj.)
talis
tale
such, of such a sort (adj.)
tam
so, to such a degree (adv.)
tamen
nevertheless, still (adv.)
tandem
at last, finally (adv.)
tantus
tanta
tantum
so large, so great, of such size (adj.)
tempus
temporis
time; occasion, opportunity (n.)
teneo
tenere
tenui
tentum
to hold, keep, possess, restrain
terra
terrae
earth, ground, land, country (f.)
tot
that number of, so many (indecl. adj.)
totus
tota
totum
whole, entire
trans
across (prep. + acc.)
tu
tui
you
tum
than, at that time; thereupon, in the next place (adv.)
tunc
then, at that time (adv.)
tuus
tua
tuum
your, yours (adj.)
ubi
where, when (rel. adv. and conj.); where (interrogative)
ullus
ulla
ullum
any (adj.)
umquam
ever, at any time (adv.)
unde
whence, from what place, from which place, from which, from whom (adv.)
unus
una
unum
one, single, alone (adj.)
urbs
urbis
city (f.)
usque
all the way, up (to), even (to), continously, always (adv.)
ut
just as, as (with indicative); in order that (subjunctive introducing purpose); so that, that (subjunctive result);
uter
utra
utrum
either, which (of two)
utor
utori
usus sum
use; enjoy, experience (+ abl.)
utrum
whether
vel
or (conj.)
venio
venire
veni
ventum
to come
verbum
verbi
word (n.)
vero
in truth, indeed, to be sure, however (adv.)
verus
vera
verum
true, real, genuine; truthful, veracious; just, reasonable (adj.)
vester
vestra
vestrum
your, yours (adj.)
video
videre
vidi
visum
to see, observe
vir
viri
man, hero (m.)
virtus
virtutis
manliness, courage; excellence, virtue, character, worth (f.)
vis
vis
force, power, violence; (vires, virium; strength) (f.)
vita
vitae
life, mode of life (f.)
vivo
vivere
vixi
victum
to live
vix
hardly, scarcely, with difficulty (adv.)
voco
vocare
vocavi
vocatum
to call, summon
volo
volare
volavi
volatum
to fly
vos
vestrum
you (personal pronoun)