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macto (1)
to offer a sacrifice, slaughter
maneo, -ere, mansi, mansum
to remain, await, abide by, keep
manica, -ae
fetter
f.
manifestus, -a, -um
evident, apparent
mare, -is
sea
n.
maximus, -a, -um
greatest, mighty
memento
(imperative of memini) remember!
memini, -isse (infinitive)
to remember
memorabilis, -e
memorable
memoro (1)
to tell, relate
mendax, -acis
lying
mens, mentis
mind
f.
mensa, -ae
table
f.
mentior, mentiri, mentitus
to lie, deceive
mercor, -ari, -atus
to buy, purchase
mereo, -ere, -ui, -itum
to deserve
mereor, -eri, meritus
to deserve
metus, -us
fear
m.
mico, -are, -ui
to gleam, flicker
milia, -ium
thousands
n.pl.
minister, -tri
assistant, accomplice, attendant
m.
minor, -ari, minatus
to threaten
mirabilis, -e
wonderful
miror, -ari, -atus
to wonder at
misceo, -ere, miscui, mixtum
to mix up, confuse
misereor, -eri, miseritus
to pity
miseresco, -ere
to begin to pity
mitto, -ere, misi, missum
to send
modo
only
moles, -is
mass, bank of river
f.
molior, -iri, molitus
to attempt
mollis, -e
soft
monstro (1)
to show, point out
monstrum, -i
omen, monstrosity
n.
montanus, -a, -um
of a mountain
mora, -ae
delay
f
morior, -i, mortuus
to die
moror, -ari, -atus
to delay, detain
morsus, -us
bite
m.
mucro, -onis
point, sword
m.
mugitus, us
bellow, bellowing
m
muto (1)
to change
nam/namque
for
nascor, -i, natus
to be born
nebula, -ae
cloud
f
nefandus, -a, -um
impious
nefas
impiety, wickedness
(neuter, indecl.)
nego (1)
to deny
nequiquam
in vain
nescio, -ire, -ivi, -itum
to not know
neu
and lest, and that...not, and do not (607)
nex, necis
death
f.
ni
unless
nitidus, -a, -um
shining, bright
nitor, -i, nixus or nisus
to bear down upon, climb
nodus, -i
knot
m
numquam
never
nuntius, -i
messenger
m
nurus, -us
daughter in law
nusquam
nowhere
nuto (1)
to nod, sway
ob
on account of
+ acc.
obduco, -ere, -duxi, ductum
to draw over
obicio, -ere, -ieci, -iectum
to bring upon, present
obiecto (1)
to expose
obliviscor, -i
to forget
obruo, -ere, -rui
to overwhelm
obscurus, -a, -um
dark, unseen
observo (1)
to note, trace
obsideo, -ere, -sedi, -sessum
to beseige, blockade
obstipesco, -ere, -ui
to be astounded
obtego, -ere, -texi, -tectum
to shade, conceal
obtrunco (1)
to slay, slaughter
occasus, -us
downfall
m
occido, -ere, -cidi, casum
to fall, perish
occulto (1)
to hide, conceal
occumbo, -ere, -cubui, -cubitum
to fall, yield to, succumb to
odi
to hate
(defective verb)
odium, -i
hatred
n
offero, -ferre, obtuli, oblatum
to offer, present, expose
omen, -inis
omen
n
onus, -eris
burden
n
opacus, -a, -um
dark
opimus, -a, -um
rich, fertile
oppono, -ere, -posui, -positum
to expose, place in the way
oppositus, -a, -um
opposite
ops, opis
hope
f
pl: resources, power
opto (1)
to desire
ora, -ae
shore
oraculum, -i
oracle
n
ordo, -inis
row, rank, class
m
orior, -iri, -orsus
to rise, arise
ornus, -i
mountain-ash
f
oro (1)
to beg, pray
os, -ris
mouth, face, opening
n
os, ossis
bone
n
ostendo, -ere, ostensum/ostentum
to show
palus, -usid
marsh
f
pando, -ere, -pandi
to throw open
parco, -ere, -peperci, parsum
to spare, curb (+ dat)
pareo, -ere, -ui, -itum
to obey
+ dat
paries, -etis
wall of a house
m
pario, -ere, peperi, partum
to bring forth, obtain
pariter
at the same time, together
parma, -ae
shield
f
paro (1)
to prepare
pascor, -i, pastus
to feed on, feed, graze, (play around: Iulus and fire)
passim
in all directions
passus, -a, -um
loose, dishevelled
passus, -us
step
m
pastor, -oris
shepherd
m
patefacio, -ere, -feci, -factus
to open up
pateo, -ere, -ui
to lie open
(don't mistake with patesco...patui; to become plain)
patesco, -ere, patui
to become plain
(don't mistake with pateo...patui; to lie open)
patior, -i, passus
to suffer, endure
paulatim
little by little
pavidus, -a, -um
trembling, fearful
pavito, -are
to tremble, quake
pavor, -oris
dread, fear
m
pellax, -acis
deceitful
pellis, -is
skin, hide
f
pendo, -ere, pependi
to hang from
penetrale, -is
inner part of a building
n
penetralils, -e
innermost
penitus
deep within
pereo, -ire, -ii, -itum
to perish
pererro (1)
to wander through
perfundo, -ere, -fudi, -fusum
to drench
periurus, -a, -um
perjured; lying
perrumpo, -ere, -rupi, pruptum
to break through
persolvo, -ere, -solvi, -solutum
to pay in full
persto, -are, -stiti, -statum
to continue, persist
pervenio, -ire, -veni, -ventum
to reach, arrive
pervius, -a, -um
passable
peto, -ere, -ivi/ii, -itum
to make for, seek
phalanx, phalangis
host, phalanx
f
pio (1)
to atone for, punish
placeo, -ere, -ui, -itum
to please
+ dat
placo (1)
to appease, pacify
plangor, -oris
wailing
m
polus, -i
the heavens
pone
behind
pontus, -i
sea
porticus, -us
colonnade
m
posco, -ere, poposci
to demand
postis, -is
doorpost
m
postquam
after, when
praeceps, praecipitis
headlong
praeceps, -itis
a sheer drop
n
praeceptum, -i
instruction
n
praecipito (1)
to rush headlong, throw headlong
praecipue
especially
praecordia, -orum
heart
n. pl.
praeda, -ae
booty
f
praemetuo, -ere
to fear beforehand
praemium, -i
recompense, reward
n
prehendo, -ere, -hendi, -hensum
to lay hold of, grasp
prendo, -ere, prendi, prensum
to seize, occupy
prenso (1)
to grasp
prex, precis
prayer
f
pridem
long ago, long since
principio
to begin with
prius
before
procedo, -ere, -cessi, -cessum
to advance
procul
far, from a distance
procumbo, -ere, -cubui, -cubitum
to fall forwards
proditio, -onis
betrayal
prodo, -ere, -didi, -ditum
to betray
produco, -ere, -duxi, -ductum
to prolong
proelium, -i
battle
prolabor, -i, -lapsus
to fall headlong (555)
promissum, -i
promise
promitto, -ere, -misi, -missum
to promise
promo, -ere, prompsi, promptum
to bring out
prope
near
propinquo (1)
to approach
propinquus, -a, -um
near, related
prosequor, -i, secutus
to proceed, continue
prospicio, -ere, -spexi, -spectum
to look ahead
protego, -ere, -texi, -tectum
to protect
protinus
at once
protraho, -ere, -traxi, -tractum
to drag forward
proveho, -ere, -vexi, -vectum
to convey, transport
proximus, -a, -um
nearest, next
pugna, -ae
battle
f
pulvis, -eris
dust
m
puppis, -is
stern, ship
f
purus, -a, -um
clear, bright
puto (1)
to think
qua
where
quaero, -ere, quaesivi, quaesitum
to see, ask about
quamquam
although
quater
"three" times
quatio, -ere, quassum
to shake
quia
because
quicumque, quaecumque, quodcumque
whoever, whatever
quies, -etis
rest, repose
f
quin etiam
moreover
quini, -ae, -a
five each
(distributive adjective. Don't ask me what that is; I don't know)
quinquaginta
fifty
quis, qua, quid
some, any
quisquam, quaequam, quidquam/quicquam
anyone, anything
quisque, quaeque, quidque/quodque
each
quisquis, quidquid
whoever, whatever
Do we hate Latin words beginning with Q?
YES WE DO!
quocumque
wherever
quonam
where to
quondam
once, formerly, sometimes
quot
as many as
rabies, -ei
fury
f
rapio, -ere, -ui, raptum
to seize, take
rapto (1)
to drag along
raptor, -oris
ravening
raucus, -a, -um
hoarse, hollow-sounding
recedo, -ere, -cessi, -cessum
to stand back, withdraw
recens, -entis
fresh, recent
recondo, -ere, -condidi, -conditum
to hide, conceal
recuso (1)
to refuse
recutio, -ere, -cussi, -cussum
to strike
reddo, -ere, -did, -ditum
to give back, restore, pay back, reply
(NOT reditum! = to return)
redeo, -ire, -redii, reditum
to return
(NOT redditum! = to give back))
reditus, -us
return
m
reduco, -ere, -duxi, -ductim
to bring back
referro, -ferre, -ttuli, -latum
to carry back; relate
reflecto, -ere, -flexi, -flexum
to turn back
refugio, -ere, -refugi
to recoil
refulgeo, -ere, -fulsi
to shine
regio, -onis
direction, line
regius, -a, -um
royal
regnator, -oris
ruler
m
regnum, -i
kingdom
n
religio, -onis
religious observance/offering
f
religiosus, -a -um
holym sacred
relinquo, -ere, -liqui, -lictum
to leave
reluceo, -ere, -luxi
to shine back, glow
remensus, -a, -um
traversed again
(perf. participle)
remeo (1)
to return
renovo, -are
to renew
reor, reri, ratus
to think
repello, -ere, reppuli, repulsom
to drive back
rependo, -ere, -pendi, -pensum
to pay back
repente
suddenly
repeto, -ere, -petivi/ii, -petitum
to seek again
repleo, -ere, -plevi, -pletum
to fill
reporto (1)
to bring back
reposco, -ere, -posci
to demand, require
reprimo, -ere, -pressi, -pressum
to check, restrain
requiesco, -ere, -quievi, -quietum
to rest
requiro, -ere, -quisivi, -quisitum
to inquire
resideo, -ere, -sedi, -sessum
to remain behind
resisto, -ere, -stiti, -stitum
to resist, oppose
resolvo, -ere, -solvi, -solutum
to undo, unbind
respicio, -ere, -spexi, -spectum
to look back
responsum, -i
reply
restinguo, -ere, -stinxi, -stinctum
to extinguish
resto, -are, -stiti
to remainm be in store
retro
backwards
revertor, -i, reversus
to return
revincio, -ire, -vinxi, -vinctum
to bind back
reviso, -ere
to visit again
revolvo, -ere, -volvi, -volutum
to relate again, repeat
robur, roboris
timber, strength
n
rogo (1)
to ask
roseus, -a, -um
rosy
rota, -ae
wheel
f
ruina, -ae
downfall, ruin
f
rumpo, -ere, rupi, ruptum
to break, burst forth
ruo, -ere, rui
to rush, tumble down
rursus
again