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Caligula
Caligula
causa
ae f reason
gloria
ae f, fame, glory
mappa
ae f napkin
meta
ae f mark, goal
poeta
ae f poet
taberna
ae f shop
terra
ae f shop
amphutheatrum
i n amphitheater
atrium
i n main room
bona
-orum n pl. goods
captivus
i m captive
colliquim
i n conversation
curriculun
i n race track
Forum
i n shopping center, forum
glaudius
i m sword
ludus
i m school
lutum
i n mud
oculus
i m eye
patronus
i m patron
signum
i n signal
stilus
i m pen
tablinum
i n study
vinum
i n wine
Caesar
Caesarus m Caesar
caput
capitis n head
cliens
clientis gen pl. clintium m client
coniunx
conuygis m/f husband/wife, spouse
custos
custodis m gaurd
factio
factonis f company (of charioteers)
lapis
lapidis m stone
mulier
mulieris f women
oratio
orationis f oration
postis
postis gen pl. postium m doorpost
praedo
-onis m robber
specator
-oris m spectator
victor
victoris m conqueror
aestus
us m heat
aqueductus
us m aqueduct
arcus
us m arch
complexus
us m embrace
domus
us f house
manus
us f hand
metus
us m fear
reditus
us m return
risus
us m smile, laugh
senatus
us m Senate
strepitus
us m noise, clattering
tumultus
us m uproar
dies
diei m day
res
rei f thing
albutus
white
antuquus
ancient
aureus
golden
excitus
awakened
feritus
celebrating a holiday
meus
my
noster
nostra nostrum our
opressus
crushed
parvulus
small, little
prasinius
green
quadertatus
squared
quintus
fith
russatus
red
suus
his own, her own
territus
third
venetus
blue
verbosus
talkative
vester
vestra, vestrum your, your own, yours
circensis
is e in the circus
immortalis
is e immotalis
desidero
are. to long for, to miss
servo
are. to save
veto
are, vetui, vetitus, to forbid
deveo
ere ui iturus ought+infin.
faveo
ere favi, fauturus, to support
iacio
ere ui iturus to lie
noceo
ere ui iturus to harm
teneo
ere ui tentus to hold
accidit
ere accidit it happens
claudo
ere clausi clausus to close
confido
ere+dat. to give trust (to), trust
confido
ere+dat. to give trust (to), trust
confido
ere+dat. to give trust (to), trust
deverto
ere deverti, diversus to turn aside
sterto
ere stertui to snore
stringo
ere strinxi, strictus, to draw
traho
ere traxim tractus to drag, pull
vinco
ere, vici, victus, to conquer, win
arripio
ere, arripui, arreptus, to rip out of, to grab hold of
fugio
ere fugi fugiturus to flee
conficio
ere confeci confectus to finish
aperio
ire, ui, apertus, to open
pervenio
ire, perveni, perventurus+ad+acc., to arrive
scio
ire. to know
absum
abesse afui afuturus to be away
adsum
adesse adfui adfuturus to be present
aliquid
something
ego
I
ei, eae, ea
they
eius
of him
eorum
of them, their
is, ea, id
he, she, it
nos
we
quas
f pl. acc which
quod
which/because
sui sibi se se
himself...
tu
you
vos
you plural
apud + acc
with, in front of
propter
on account of
sine
without
abhinc
ago
aliter
otherwise
nonnumquam
sometimes
postridie
on the following days
ut
as
aut...aut...
either...or...
aut...aut...
either...or...
nisi
unless, if...not, except
Quocum...?
With whom...?
Eho!
Hey!
glaudius
i n sword
stringo
ere strinxi strincus to draw
Gratias tibi ago!
Thank you!
ludi circenses
chariot racing
sequens
following
si vis
of you wish, please
Curia
ae f senate house
habenae
-arum f reins
lecita
ae f litter
turba
ae f crowd, mob
gaudium
i n joy
lecucarius
i n litter-bearer
iber
libri m book
ludi
orum m pl. games
mandatum
i n order, intruction
murus
i m wall
patruus
i m uncle
sepulcrun
i n tomb
homines
ium m pl. people
labor
laboris m work
mercator
mercatoris m merchant
moles
molis f mass
mons
montis gen pl. mountium m. mountain
multitudo
inis f crowd
orator
oratoris, m orator, speaker
pons
pontis gen pl. pontium m bridge
quies
quietis f rest
terror
terroris m terror, fear
attonis
astonished
clausus
shut
magnificus
magifecent
maximus
greatest
mirus
wonderful, marvelous, strange
nocturnus
happening during the night
Palatinus
Palatine
rimosus
leaky
stultus
stupid, foolish
tantus
so great
vester
your
immermor
immemoris+gen forgetful
ingens
ingentis huge
talis
is e such
virilis
is e of manhood
aedificio
are. to build
demonstrato
are. to show
monstro
are. to show
sto
stare, steti, status to stand
visito
are. to visit
admoveo
ere i -motus to move toward
caveo
ere i cautus to be careful
licet
ere licet+dat. it is allowed
maneo
ere mansi mansurus to remain
moveo
ere movi motus to move
stupeo
ere ui to be amazed
ago
ere egi actus to do, drive
ascendo
ere i ascensurus to ascend
cado
ere cedidi casurus to fall
colo
ere ui cultus to cultivate
conduco
ere cinduxi conductus to hire
consido
ere i to sit down
cibstituo
ere ui constitutus to decide
curro
ere cucurri cursurus to run
discendo
ere i descensurus to come/go down
discedo
ere descessi discessurys to go away
induo
ere i indutus to put on
lego
ere i lectus to read
occuroro
ere i -surus+dat. to meet
pluit
ere pluit+dat. it rains
quiesco
ere quievi quieturus to rest, keep quiet
scribo
ere scripsi scriptus to write
sumo
ere sumpsi sumptus to take up
trado
ere tradidi traditus to hand over
excipio
ere excepi exceptus to welcome
facio
ere feci factus
advenio
ire adveni adventurus to reach, arrive at
circumeo
ire,ii or ivi, circumitus to go around
exeo
ire ivi iturus to go out
redeo
ire ii or ivi iturus to return, go back
Cuius...?
Whose...?
ei, eae, ea
they
eis
to them
quem
whom, which, that (sing.)
extra+acc
outside
intra+acc
inside
supra+acc
above
bene
well
eo
there
huc illuc
here and there
interdiu
during the day, by day
primum
first, at first
satis
enough
undique
on all sides
vix
scarcely
at
but
atque
and, also
cum
when
simulac
as soon as
aestus
heat
Cave!
Be careful!
extans
standing out
strepitus
noise, clattering
crines
ium gen pl. m hair
speculum
i n mirror
neglegentar
carelessly
vexatus
annoyed
in quibus
among whom
porcus
i m pig
cuius
whose
glis
glires gen pl. ium m dormouse
sella
ae f sedan chair
pulcher
a um beautiful
concurso
are. to run to and fro
porto
are. to carry
delecto
are. to amuse
recumbo
ere ui to recline
aufugio
ere i to run away
mendicus
i n begger
adstantes
ium m pl. bystanders
rixa
ae f quarrel
finis
finis gen pl. ium m end
fumus
i m smoke
libertus
i m freedom
insula
ae f apartment
vis
vim vi f force
incendium
i n fire
incola
ae m/f inhabinant
infirmus
weak, shaky
fenestra
ae f window