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abeo
abire
abii
abitum
to go away, depart, leave
absum
abesse
afui
afuturum
to be away, be absent
accedo
accedere
accessi
accessum
to come near, approach
accido
accidere
accidi
to happen
acies
aciei
sharp edge, keenness, line of battle
addo
addere
addidi
additum
to add
adeo
adire
adii
aditum
to go to, approach
adhuc
of time, hitherto, till now, till then; still, even now
adicio
adicere
adieci
adiectum
to add
adsum
adesse
adfui
adfuturum
to be near, be present, assist
adverto
advertere
adverti
adversum
to turn towards
aedes
aedis
building, temple, rooms (in pl.)
aequus
aequa
aequum
level, even, calm, equal, just, favorable (adj.)
aetas
aetatis
period of life, life, age, an age, time (f.)
affero
affere
attuli
allatum
to bring to, report
agmen
agmenis
a driving mass, a mass in orderly movement, a stream, band, train (n.)
alias
at another time (adv.)
alienus
aliena
alienum
belonging to another; strange, foreign, unrelated,(in genitive)
aliqua
aliquamdiu
aliquammultus
by some road, in some way (adv.)
aliter
otherwise (adv.)
alo
alere
alui
altum
to nourish, support, sustain, increase; cherish
amicus
amica
amicum
friendly (adj.)
amitto
amittere
amisi
amissum
to lose, let go
amor
amoris
love (m.)
amplus
ampla
amplum
large, spacious, ample (adj.)
anima
animae
soul, spirit (f.)
animo
animare
animavi
animatum
to animate, give life to
aperio
aperire
aperui
apertum
to uncover, lay bear, open, reveal
aptus
apta
aptum
fit, suitable (adj.)
arbitror
arbitrari
arbitratus sum
to judge, think
arbor
arboris
tree (f.)
argentum
argenti
silver, money (n.)
arma
armorum
arms, weapons (n.)
armo
armare
armavi
armatum
to arm, equip
auctor
auctoris
increaser, author, originator (m.)
auctoritas
auctoritatis
authority (f.)
audeo
audere
ausus sum
to dare
aufero
auferre
abstuli
ablatum
to bear away, carry off
augeo
augere
auxi
auctum
to increase
auris
auris
ear (f.)
aurum
auri
gold (n.)
beneficium
beneficii
benefit, kindness, favor (n.)
cado
cadere
cecidi
casurum
to fall
caedo
caedere
cecidi
caesum
to cut, kill
caelum
caeli
sky, heaven (n.)
campus
campi
a level space, plain, field (m.)
caput
capitis
head; leader; beginning; life; heading, chapter (n.)
carmen
carminis
song, poem (n.)
castrum
castri
a castle, fort, fortress (n.); (castra, castrorum, a camp, encampment)
cedo
cedere
cessi
cessum
to yield
censeo
censere
censui
censum
to think
cerno
cernere
crevi
cretum
to distinguish, understand, decide
ceterus
cetera
ceterum
the other, the rest (adj.)
cieo
ciere
civi
citum
to set in motion
circa
around, round about (adv.)
civis
civis
citizen (m.)
clarus
clara
clarum
clear, bright; renowned, famous, illustrious (adj.)
classis
classis
a group as summoned, a division, class (f.)
coepi
coepisse
coeptum
began (defective verb)
cogito
cogitare
cogitavi
cogitatum
to think, ponder, consider, plan
cognosco
cognoscere
cognovi
cognitum
to become acquainted with, learn, recognize; to know (in perfect tenses)
cogo
cogere
coegi
coactum
to drive, bring together, force, compel
colo
colere
colui
cultum
to cultivate; cherish
committo
committere
commisi
commissum
to entrust, commit
concedo
concedere
concessi
concessum
to yield, grant, concede
condicio
condicionis
an arrangement, agreement (f.)
confero
conferre
contuli
collatum
to bring together, compare
consilium
consilii
counsel, advice, plan, purpose; judgment, wisdom (n.)
constituo
constituere
constitui
constitutum
to cause to stand, set up, place, establish
consto
constare
constiti
constaturum + ex
to consist of
consulo
consulere
consului
consultum
to look out for, have regard for
contineo
continere
continui
contentum
to hold together, keep, enclose, restrain, contain
convenio
convenire
conveni
conventum
to meet, come together, assemble
copia
copiae
abundance, supply; supplies, troops, forces (f.)
crimen
criminis
an accusation, charge; fault, guilt, crime (n.)
cunctus
cuncta
cunctum
all, all collectively, the whole (adj.)
cupio
cupere
cupivi
cupitum
to desire, wish, long for
cura
curae
care, attention, caution, anxiety (f.)
curo
curare
curavi
curatum
to care for, attend to; heal, cure; take care
curro
currere
cucurri
cursum
to run, rush, move quickly
damno
damnare
damnavi
damnatum
to condemn
decem
ten (indeclinable)
decerno
decernere
decrevi
decretum
to decide, settle, decree
deduco
deducere
deduxi
deductum
to lead, bring down
defendo
defendere
defendi
defensum
to ward off, defend, protect
defero
deferre
detuli
delatum
to bring down, bring away
denique
at last, finally
desum
desse
defui
to be down, fall short, fail, be missing, remiss
dictum
dicti
a word, saying, speech; a witty saying; a prediction; an order, command
dignitas
dignitatis
merit, prestige, dignity
dignus
digna
dignum
worthy, worthy of (+ abl.)
diligo
diligere
dilexi
dilectum
to esteem, love
dimitto
dimittere
demisi
demissum
to send away, dismiss
dius
dia
dium
divine, god-like; fine, noble
divus
diva
divum
divine, deified (adj.); a god, goddess (as substantive)
doceo
docere
docui
doctum
to teach
dolor
doloris
pain, grief (m.)
dono
donare
donavi
donatum
to give as a present, present, grant, bestow, give up
dubito
dubitare
dubitavi
dubitatum
to doubt, waver in opinion, be uncertain; waver as to action, be irresolute, hesitate
dubius
dubia
dubium
doubtful; wavering; uncertain (adj.)