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a, ab
from
abesse
to be away
acer
keen, fierce
accipere
to accept, to receive, to welcome
ad
to, at
adiuvare
to help
aedificare
to build
agricola
farmer
alius
other
altus
high, deep
amare
to love, to like
ambulare
to walk
amicus
friend
annus
year
ante
before, in front of
aperire
to open
aqua
water
arcessere
to send for
audax
bold, daring
audere
to dare
audire
to hear
aut
or
auxilium
help
bellum
war
bene
well
bonus
good
brevis
short
cadere
to fall
canis
dog
capere
to take, to capture
caput
head
cena
meal
cibus
food
circum
around
cives
citizen
clamare
to shout
coepisse
to have begun, began
cognoscere
to find out, to get to know
conari
to try
consilium
plan, advice
conspicere
to catch sight of
constituere
to decide
contra
against
corpus
body
cotidie
every day, daily
cras
tomorrow
credere
to trust
cum + preposition
with
cum + conjunction
when, since, although
cur
why
currere
to run
dare
to give
de
about, concerning
dea
goddess
debere
to owe, ought, to have to
decem
ten
decimus
tenth
deinde
then
deus
god
dicere
to say, to tell
dies
day
difficilis
difficult
discedere
to leave, to go away
discere
to learn
diu
for a long time
dives
rich
docere
to teach
dominus
master
domus
home
dormire
to sleep
ducere
to lead, to take
dum
while
duo
two
dux
leader
e, ex
out of, from
ego
I
emere
to buy
enim
for
equus
horse
esse
to be
et
and, also
etiam
still, even, also
exspectare
to await
facere
to do, to make
facilis
easy
femina
woman
ferre
to bring, to carry
festinare
to hurry
fieri
to become, to be made
filia / filius
daughter / son
flumen
river
fortis
brave, strong
frangere
to break
frater
brother
frustra
in vain
fugere
to flee
gaudere
to rejoice
gravis
heavy, serious
habere
to have
habitare
to inhabit, to live
hieri
yesterday
hic, haec, hoc
this; he, she, it
hic (adverb)
here
hodie
today
homo
man, person
hortari
to encourage
iacere
to lie down
iam
already, by now
ibi
there
idem, eadem, idem
the same
igitur
therefore
ille, illa, illud
that; he, she, it
imperare
to command, order
in + ablative
in, on
in + accusative
into, onto, to
ingens
huge
inquit
he/she/ says/said
intellegere
to realise, to understand
inter
between, among
invenire
to find
ipse
-self
iratus
angry
ire
to go
is, ea, id
he, she, it; this, that
ita
in this way, so
itaque
therefore
iter
journey
iterum
again
iubere
to command, to order
iunvenis
young man
laudare
to praise
legere
to read, to choose
liber
book
locus
place
longus
long
loqui
to speak
magis
more
magnus
big, great
maior
bigger, greater
malle
to prefer
malus
bad, evil
mane
in the morning, early
manere
to remain, to stay
manus
hand, band of people
mare
sea
mater
mother
maximus
very great, the greatest
medius
middle
melior
better
mensa
table
meus
mine
miles
soldier
minimus
smallest, least
minor
smaller, less
miser
poor, unfortunate
mittere
to send
monere
to warn
mons
mountain
mori
to die
mox
soon
multi
many
multus
much
murus
wall
nam
for
narrare
to tell
nauta
sailor
navigare
to sail
navis
ship
ne
in order that....not, lest, that
-ne?
Indicates question
necare
to kill
nemo
nobody, no one
nihil
nothing
nisi
except, unless
nolle
to be unwilling
nomen
name
non
not
nonne?
surely?
affirmative expected
nonus
ninth
nos
we, us
noster
our
novem
nine
nox
night, darkness
num
whethere
num
surely...not?
expecting negative
numquam
never
nunc
now
nuntiare
to announce, to report
octavus
eighth
octo
eight
olim
once upon a time, one day
omnis
all, every
oppidum
town
optimus
excellent, very good,excellent
opus
work, task
paene
almost, nearly
parare
to prepare
pars
part
parvus
small
pater
father
pauci
few, a few
paulum
a little
pauper
poor (of wealth)
pax
peace
pecunia
money
peior
worse
per
along, through
periculum
danger
perire
to perish, to die
persuadere
to persuade
pervenire
to reach, to arrive at
pessimus
very bad
petere
to make, to seek for, to attack, to beg
plurimus
most
plus
more
ponere
to put,to place
populus
people
portare
to carry
posse
to be able
post
after, behind
postquam
after
primus
first
pro
in front of, on behalf of
proficisci
to set out
promittere
ro promise
prope
near
propter
because of, on account of
proximus
nearest, very near
puella / puer
girl / boy
pugnare
to fight
pulcher
beautiful
punire
to punish
putare
to think
qualis?
of what sort?
quam
how, than
quamquam
although
quando?
when?
quantus?
how much? how great?
quartus
fourth
quattor
four
-que
and
qui quae quod
who, which, that
quintus
fifth
quis? quis? quid?
who? who? what?
quo?
where to?
quod
because
quoque
also
quot?
how many?
redire
to return
regere
to rule
relinquere
to leave behind
res
thing, matter, business, affair
respondere
to answer, to reply, to respond
rex
king
rogare
to ask
saepe
often
satis
enough
scire
to know
scribere
to write
se
himself etc

in reported speech:
he, she, it
secundus
second
sed
but
sedere
to sit
semper
always
quinque
five
sentire
to feel, to think, to realise
septem
seven
septimus
seventh
sequi
to follow
servare
to keep, to save
servus
slave
sex
six
sextus
sith
si
if
silva
forest, wood
simul
at the same time
sine
without
solere
to be accustomed
solus
alone, only
sperare
to hope
spes
hope
stare
to stand
statim
at once
sub
beneath, below, underneath
subito
suddenly
summus
highest
suus
his, her, its
talis
of such a sort
tam
to such an extent, so
senex
old man
tamen
however
tandem
at last
tantus
so great
tempus
time
terra
earth, ground, flat
tertius
third
timere
to fear, to be afraid of
tot
so many
totus
all, the whole of
trahere
to drag
traus
across
tres
three
tu
you singular
tum
then
tuus
your, yours
ubi
when, where
unde
from where
unus
one
urbs
city
ut + indicative
when, as
ut + subjunctive
purpose, order, result
uti
to use
uxor
wife
velle
to want, to wish
vendere
to sell
venire
to come
vereri
to fear
vester
your, yours (plural)
vetus
old
via
path, street, road, track, way
videre
to see
villa
house, villa
vir
man
vita
life
vivere
to live
vos
you plural