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sacer, sacra, sacrum
sacred
sacerdos, sacerdotis
(masc.) priest
sacro, sacrare, sacravi, sacratum
to consecrate
saevio, saevire, saevii, saevitum
to rage
salsus, a, um
salty, salted
saltus, saltus
(masc.) leap
salum, sali
(neuter) sea
salus, salutis
(fem.) safety, means of safety
sanctus, a, um
holy
sanguineus, a, um
blood-red
sanies, saniei
(fem.) saliva
sat, satis
enough
sata, satorum
(neuter pl.) crops
satio, satare, satavi, satatum
to satisfy
satus, a, um
perfect passive participle of sero
saucius, a, um
wounded
saxum, saxi
(neuter) rock
scala, scalae
(fem.) ladder
scando, scandere, scandi, scansum
to climb, scale
sceleratus, a, um
profane, impious
scelus, sceleris
(neuter) crime, wicked deed
scilicet
of course
scindo, scindere, scidi, scissum
to split, divide
scitor, scitari, scitatus
to inquire, consule (114)
seco, secare, secui, sectum
to cut
secretus, a, um
remote
secundus, a, um
favorable, successful (617)
securis, securis
(fem.) axe
secus
otherwise
sedeo, sedere, sedi, sessum
to sit
sedes, sedis
(fem.) seat, dwelling place
seges, segetis
(fem.) corn crop
segnities
(fem.) sluggishness, slowness
senior, senioris
(masc.) old man
sententia, sententiae
(fem.) opinion
sentio, sentire, sensi, sensu
to feel, realize
sentis, sentis
(masc.) thorn bush, briar
sepulcrum, sepulcri
(neuter) tomp
serenus, a, um
tranquil, serene
sero, serere, sevi, satum
to sow, beget
serpens, serpentis
(c.) snake
serpo, serpere, serpsi, serptum
to creep
serus, a, um
late
servans, servantis
observant of
servio, servire, servivi or servii, servitum
to be a slave to, serve (with dative)
servo, servare, servavi, servatum
to save, keep (789), guard (450), keep close to (568)
seu...seu or sive...sive
whether...or
sibilus, a, um
hissing
siccus, a, um
dry, thirsty
sidus, sideris
(neuter)star
signo, signare, signavi, signatum
to mark
silentium, silentii
(neuter) silenve
sileo, silere, silui
to be silent
simulacrum, simulacri
(neuter) image, effigy
simula, simulare, simulavi, simulatum
to pretend
sin
but if
sinistra, sinistrae
(fem.) left hand
sino, sinere, sivi, situm
to allow
sinuo, sinuare, sinuavi, sinuatum
to make to writhe
sinus, sinus
(masc.) bay
sisto, sistere, stiti, statum
to set, place
socer, soceri
(masc.) father in law
socius, a, um
allied
socius, socii
(masc.) ally
sol, solis
(masc.) sun
soleo, solere, solitus sum
to be accustomed to
solidus, a, um
firm, sound, solid (765)
sollemnis, e
established, appointed
solum, soli
(neuter) ground
solus, a, um
alone
solvo, solvere, solvi, solutum
to loosen
somnus, somni
(masc.) sleep
sonitus, sonitus
(masc.) sound, noise
sono, sonare, sonui
to sound, resound
sonus, soni
(masc.) sound
sopor, soporis
(masc.) sleep, drowsiness
sors, sortis
(fem.) lot
sortior, sortiri, sortitus
to select
spargo, spargere, sparsi, sparsum
to scatter, spread about
species, speciei
(fem.) sight
spero, sperare, speravi, speratum
to hope, hope for, expect
spes, spei
(fem.) hope
spira, spirae
(fem.) coil
spissus, a, um
thick
spolium, spolii
(neuter) spoil, booty
sponsus, a, um
betrothed
spumeus, a, um
foaming
spumo, spumoare, spumavi, spumatum
to foam
squaleo, squalere
to be rough
squameus, a, um
scaly
stabulum, stabuli
(neuter) stall, stable
statio, stationis
(fem.) anchorage
statuo, statuere, statui, statutum
to set up, erect
stella, stellae
(fem.) star
sterno, sternere, stravi, stratum
to flatten, scatter
strido, stridere, stridi
to creak
stringo, stringere, strinxi, strictum
to draw (a sword)
struo, struere, struxi, structum
to deviser, contrive
studium, studii
(neuter) enthusiasm, faction (39)
stupeo, stupere
to be amazed, gaze in amazement at
stuppeus, a, um
made of tow
suadeo, suadere, suasi, suasum
to urge
subeo, subire, subii, subitum
to come to help (216), to advance (240, 725), occur to one's mind (560, 575), go under (708)
subicio, subicere, subieci, subiectum
to throw or place underneath
subitus, a, um
sudden
sublabor, sublabi, sublapsus
to slip away
sublatus, a, um
passive participle of tollo
subsisto, subsistere, substiti, substitum
to stand still, stop
succedo, succedere, successi, successum
to advance on (with dative)
successus, successus
(masc.) success
succurro, succurrere, succurri, succursum
to run to help (with dative0, come to mind (317)
sudo, sudare, sudavi, sudatum
to sweat, be drenched with (582)
sudor, sudoris
(masc.) sweat
suffero, sufferre, sustuli, sublatum
to hold up, withstand
sufficio, sufficere, suffeci, suffectum
to dye, tinge, supply (618)
sulcus, sulci
(masc.) furrow, trail
sulphur, sulphuris
(neuter) sulfur
sumo, sumere, sumpsi, sumptum
to take, exact, take up
super
(adv) in addition, moreover, on top
super
(prep with acc.) over, above
superbus, a, um
proud
supero, superare, superavi, superatum
to rise above, survive (597, 643)
supersum, superesse, superfui
to be left over, survive
superus, a, um
upper, higher
supplex, supplicis
(c.) suppliant
supremus, a, um
last
surgo, surgere, surrexi, surrectum
to rise
suscito, susicitare, suscitavi, suscitatum
to stir up, rouse
suspectus, a, um
suspect
suspensus, a, um
doubtful, in suspense
tabulatum, tabulati
(neuter) floor, story
taceo, tacere, tacui, tacitum
to be silent
tactus, tactus
(masc.) touch
talis, e
such
tantum
(adv.) only
tardus, a, um
slow
taurus, tauri
(masc.) bull
tectum, tecti
(neuter) roof, building
tego, tegere, texi, tectum
to cover, hide, protect (430)
tellus, telluris
(fem.) land
telum, teli
(neuter) weapon
tempero, temperare, temperavi, temperatum
to refrain
tempestas, tempestatis
(fem.) storm
templum, templi
(neuter) temple
tempto, temptare, temptavi, temptatum
to test, try
tempus, temporis
(neuter) time, pl.: temples of the head (133, 684)
tendo, tendere, tetendi, tensum or tentum
to stretch out, strive, with ad: to make for, encamp (29)
tenebrae, tenebrarum
(fem. pl.) darkness
teneo, tenere, tenui, tentum
to hold, restrain, occupy
tener, era, erum
tender
tenuis, e
thin
tenus
(prep. with abl.) as far as (generally follows its noun)
ter
three times
terebro, terebrare, terebravi, terebratum
to bore a hole
tergum, tergi
(neuter) back
terreo, terrere, terrui, territum
to frighten
testor, testari, testatus
to call to witness
testudo, testudinis
(fem.) tortoise, name given to a body of troops advancing w/shields held over their heads
texo, texere, texui, textum
to weave, fit together
thalamus, thalami
(masc.) bedroom
timeo, timere, timui
to fear
tollo, tollere, sustuli, sublatum
to raise
torrens, torrentis
(masc.) torrent
torus, tori
(masc.) couch
totiens
so many times, so often
trabs, trabis
(fem.) beam, panel (481)
traho, trahere, traxi, tractum
to drag
traicio, traicere, traieci, traiectum
to pierce
tranquillus, a, um
calm
transfero, transferre, transtuli, translatum
to transfer
tremefacio, tremefacere, tremefeci, tremefactum
to make to tremble
tremendus, a, um
terrible
tremo, tremere, tremui
to trembly, quiver (52)
tremor, tremoris
(masc.) trembling
trepido, trepidare, trepidavi, trepidatum
to tremble
trepidus, a, um
trembling
tridens, tridentis
(masc.) triden
tristis, e
sad, grim
trisulcus, a, um
triple-forked
triumphus, triumphi
(masc.) triumph
trucido, trucidare, trucidavi, trucidatum
to slaughter
truncus, trunci
(masc.) trunk, headless corpse
tuba, tubae
(fem.) trumpet
tueor, tueri, tuitus
to look at, view (604), protect
tumeo, tumere
to swell
tumidus, a, um
swollen
tumultus, tumultus
(masc.) uproar
tumulus, tumuli
(masc.) mound
tunc
then
turba, turbae
(fem.) crowd
turbo, turbare, turbavi, turbatum
to agitate, confuse
turbo, turbinis
(masc.) whirlwind
turpis, e
disgraceful
turris, turris
(fem.) tower
tutor, tutari, tutatus
to guard, protect
tutus, a, um
safe
ubique
everywhere
ulciscor, ulcisci, ultus
to avenge
ultimus, a, um
last, final
ultor, ultoris
(masc.) avenger
ultrix, ultricis
avenging
ultro
of one's own accord
ululo, ululare, ululavi, ululatum
to howl, shriek
ulva, ulvae
(fem.) sedge
umbo, umbonis
(masc.) boss of a shield
umerus, umeri
(masc.) shoulder
umidus, a, um
damp
umquam
ever
una
at the same time, together
unde
from where
undique
from all sides
undo, undare, undavi, undatum
to billow
urgeo, urgere, ursi
to press hard on
uro, urere, ussi, ustum
to burn
usquam
anywhere
usque
constantly, continually
usus, usus
(masc.) use, usage
ut
(conj.) w/indicative: as, when, how (283), w/subjunctive: how (4), so that, that (434, 665)
uterque, utraque, utrumque
(pron. and adj.) each (of two)
uterus, uteri
(masc.) belly, womb
uti
alternate form of ut
utinam
(adv. w/subj.) would that
vacuus, a, um
empty
vado, vadere
to go
vagor, vagari, vagatus
to go about, wander
valeo, valere, valui, valitum
to be strong, be able
validus, a, um
strong, mighty
vallis, vallis
(fem.) valley
vanus, a, um
empty, false
varius, a, um
various
vastus, a, um
immense
vates, vatis
(c.) soothsayer, prophet
vel
or
vello, vellere, velli, vulsum
to tear away
velo, velare, velavi, velatum
to cover, wrap
velum, veli
(neuter) sail
veluti
just as, like
venenum, veneni
(neuter) poison
venter, ventris
(masc.) belly
vero
indeed
verso, versare, versavi, versatum
to carry on
vertex, verticis
(masc.) top, summit
verto, vertere, verti, versum
to turn, overturn
verum, veri
(neuter) truth
verus, a, um
true
vestibulum, vestibuli
entrance court
vestigium, vestigii
(neuter) footprint
vestis, vestis
(fem.) garment
veto, vetare, vetui, vetitum
to oppose, forbid
vetus, eris
old
vetustus, a, um
old, anvient
vibro, vibrare, vibravi, vibratum
to flicker
vices
(fem. pl.) answering blows
victor, oris
victorious
victor, victoris
(masc.) conqueror
victoria, victoriae
(fem.) victory
vigeo, vigere
to flourish, be of high repute
vigil, vigilis
(masc.) sentinel
vinclum, vincli
(neuter) chain
vinco, vincere, vici, victum
to conquer
vinculu, vinculi
(neuter) chain
vinum, vini
(neuter) wine
violabilis, e
that may be defiled
violo, violare, violavi, violatum
to defil
vires, virium
(fem. pl.) strength
virgineus, a, um
belonging to a virgin
virgo, virginis
(fem.) maiden, virgin
vis, acc. vim, abl. vi
(fem.) force, vigor
viso, visere, visi, visum
to look at
visus, visus
(masc.) sight
vito, vitare, vitavi, vitatum
to avoid
vitta, vittae
(fem.) sacred fillet, headband
vivus, a, um
alive, running (719)
vix
with difficulty, scarcely
vociferor, vociferari, vociferatus
to cry out
volucer, cris, cre
swift
volumen, voluminis
(neuter) fold
volvo, volvere, volvi, volutum
to roll
votum, voti
(neuter) votive offering
vulgus, vulgi
(neuter) the common people, throng