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mater, tris (f)

mother;
origin
mortuus, a, um

dead
humus, i (ffffffff!)
earth;

soil;

ground
loqui, loquor, locutus sum (3D)
to speak
itaque
therefore, and so
movere, moveo, movi, motum (2)

to move, set into motion

hortari, hortor, atus (1D)
to encourage
facultas, atis (f)
capability, possibility, means
ingens, entis
huge, vast;

great
mortalis, e

mortal; human

hospes, itis (m)
guest; host
fama, ae (f)
rumour, renown, fame
medius, a, um

middle;

moderate
mos, moris (m)

custom, manner
fere, ferme
nearly; in general
(with negatives) hardly ever
mores(pl of mos)

characheter; behaviour;
morals
legio, onis (f)
Roman legion; army
morbus,i (m)

illness, disease;

weakness
hostis, is (m/f)
stranger, foreigner;
enemy
mors, mortis (f)

death
inde
thence;

next
mori, moror, mortus (3)


to die
hortus, i (m)
garden
mores(pl of mos)

characheter; behaviour;
morals
meminisse, memini

to remember

facilis,e
easy
fur, furis (m or f)
thief
facere, facio, feci, factum (3)
to do, make
memorare (1)

to remind of;

to mention
locus, i (m) (pl =loci (single places) or loca(connected places - a region)
place;

position

inopia, ae (f)
want, scarcity;

destitution
munitio, onis (f)

fortifying, fortification
liber, bri (m)
book, volume;

inner bark of a tree
facinus, oris (n)
deed, crime, outrage
magister, tri (m)
master;

teacher
multus, a, um



much, many
invitus, a, um
impassable, inaccesible
longus, a, um
long
instituere, instituo, ui, utum (3)
to set up, to found;

to make;

to educate
mulier, is (f)

woman
incendere, incendo, di, sum (3)
to set fire to;

to inflame (fig)
munus, eris (n)

function, duty;
service;
post
iam
now, already
mox
soon; then
ita
and so;
thus, like that;
yes
even so;
murus, i (m)

wall; city wall

furtim
by stealth, secretly; imperceptibly
mutare (1)

to change;
to shift
imperator, oris (m)
ruler, emperor;

person in charge;

commander-in-chief
multitudo, inis


graet number, multitude;
crowd
fuga, ae (f)
flight; avoidance; exile
ignoscere, ignosco, novi, notum (3)

(+DAT)
to forgive, pardon
iacere, iacio, ieci, iactum (3)
to throw;

to throw away;

to pile up(structures)
ira, ae (f)
anger
inspicere, inspicio, exi, ectum (3)
to look into/at;

inspect
impedire, impedio, ivi or ii, itum (4)
to hinder;

to entangle;
insula, ae (f)
island;

tenement-building
impetus, us (m)
attack;

vigour
gravis, e
heavy, burdonsome, burdened, serious, difficult
Italia, ae (f)
Italy
interesse, intersum, interfui
to be/ lie between;

to be present/ in the midst;

to differ
imperium, ii (n)
command;
rule;
supreme power;
empire
interficere, interficio, feci, fectum (3)
to kill, destroy
initium, ii (n)
beginning
malus, a, um

bad, evil
ipse, ipsa, ipsum
herself, himself, itself
forte
by chance, as luck would have it
levis, e
light(not heavy);
trivial;
fickle
et
and
licet, cuit, citum est
(2, IMPERS.)
it is lawful/permitted;

one may/can
Graecia, ae (f)
Greece
lingua, ae (f)
tongue;

language
icere, ic(i)o, ici, ictum (3)
to hit;

to conclude a treaty
idem, eadem, idem
the same
frangere, frango, fregi, fractum (3)
to break, crush; to weaken, wear out
iterum
again, for the second time
efficio, feci,fectum (3)
to effect, accomplish, produce, prove
libens, entis
willing; cheerful
malle, malo, malui

to wish; to prefer
in (+acc)

in(+abl)
in, on, at, with etc

into, to, against etc

gratus, a, um
agreeable; pleasing, thankful
leo, onis (m)
lion
interim
meanwhile;

at the same time
libertas, atis (f)
freedom
inter (+ACC)
between, among;

during
incredibilis, e
incredible
Graecus, a, um
Greek
laborare (1)
to work, strive
intra (adv/prep +ACC)
within, under, fewer than
immortalis, e
immortal, eternal
mandare, mando etc (1)


to commission;
to entrust (to)
to command
iste, ista, istud (istius)
this/that of yours; that to which you refer
maiores (m, pl)

ancestors
iucundus, a, um
pleasant, delightful
fugere, fugio, fugi (3)
to flee, avoid, go into exile
legatio, onis (f)
embassy
gladius, ii (m)
sword
iter, itineris (n)
journey;

route
flagitium, ii (n)
shameful/base action; crime;scandal; disgrace
iuvenis, is
youg, youthful
gratia, ae (f)
grace, gracefulness, good-will
iniquus, a, um
unequal;
disadvantageous;
unjust;
hostle
filia, ae (f)
daughter
invidia, ae (f)
envy;

spite
iacere,iaceo, cui (2, NB 'e')
to lie;

to lie still;

to lie in ruins

ingredi, ingredior, ingressus sum (3D)
to enter;

to begin;

to walk
fines, ium (pl, m or f)
country, territory
liber, a, um
free;

void of;

licentious
fidelis, e
loyal, trustworthy
iudicium, ii (n)
judicial investigation;

judgement;

verdict
equus, i (m.)
horse
iubere, iubeo, iussi,iussum (2)
to order
etsi
although, even if
inferre, infero, intuli, illatum (3)
to bring into/upon/forward;

to cause;

to bury
ianua, ae (f)
door, entrance
ius, iuris (n)
law;
right;
authority;
court of justice
extremus, a, um
outer, external, foreign (='exterus')
imperare (1)

(+DAT)
to command;

to rule(over)
gerere, geno (or gigno, genui, genitum (3)
to beget, bear, produce
laetus, a, um
joyful, cheerful, glad
forum, i (n)
market; forum
ignavus, a, um
idle, sluggish;

cowardly
ferox, ocis
wild, bold; cruel; defiant
melior, oris

better
hic, haec, hoc
this
imago, inis (f)
image;
appearance;
likeness;
idea;
ghost; echo
fanum, i (n)
sanctuary, temple
legere, lego, legi, lectum (3)
to gather;

to choose;

to read
ad humi (adv)
on the ground
ille, illa, illud (illius)
he, she, it, that
luna, ae (f)
moon
incipere, incipio, cepi, ceptum (3)
to begin;

to undertake
eripio, ripui, reptum (3)
to snatch away, take by force, rescue
lex, legis (f)
law;
rule;
principle
egredior, egredi, egressus (3 dep)
to march or come out, to set sail, to land,go beyond, to ascend
manere, maneo, mansi, mansus (2)

to stay, remain
fundus, i(m)
bottom; farm, land, estate
incendium, ii (n)
fire;

fiery heat;

passion
ibi
there
invitare (1)
to invite;

to entice
inquit (inquio, inquam)
s/he says
iuvenis, is (m/f)
youth, young (wo)man
magistratus, us (m)

magistrate;
magistracy;
office
invenire, invenio, inveni,inventum (4)
to invent;

to find
honestus, a,um
worthy, decent;

of high rank
infelix, icis
unfortunate;

unhappy
atque etiam
more and more
lacrima, ae (f)
tear
fatum, i (n)
fate, destiny; doom
levare (1)
to lift;
to support;
to relieve;
to free from
ludus, i (m)
play, game, fun;

(elementary) school
ingenium, (i)i
innate quality;

talent
hiems, emis (f)
winter;

stormy weather
inimicus, i
enemy
ferrum, i (n)
iron; tool; sword; weapon
libertus, i (m)
freedman
frater, fratris (m)
brother; cousin
maximus, a, um

biggest, greatest
haud (quaquam)
not, by no means; (in no way)
ignorare, ignoro etc (1)
to be ignorant of;

to fail to recognise
exitium, ii (n)
ruin, mischief; death
litterae, arum (f, pl)
letter;
writings;
literature
intellegere, intellego, lexi, lectum (3)
to understand
lacrimare (1)
to weep
gaudere, gaudeo, gavisus sum (2)
to rejoice
iudicare (1)
to judge;

to decide;

to sentence
fides, ei
faith, trust, loyalty
iudex, icis (m/f)
judge; juror
erro, errare (1)
to wander, stray; mistake, vacillate, err
laudare (1)
to praise
huc
hither, to this place;

so far
labor, oris (m)
labour, toil;

hardship
finitimus, a, um
bordering on; adjoining, neighbouring
liberare (1)
to free;

to acquit
hinc
from this place, henceforth
igitur
therefore
magis (adv)
more, rather
iniuria, ae (f)
wrong, injury;

abuse, offence;

insult
familiaris, e
of the household; familiar;intimate
ire, eo , ivi/ii
to go
felix, icis
fruitful; fortunate; happy
is, ea, id (eius)
he, she, it, that
eques, itis (m.)
horseman, rider, horse-soldier
libet, libuit, libitum est
(2 impers.)
it pleases
maior, oris

greater, older
latus, a, um
joyful, cheerful, glad
ferreus, a, um
of iron, iron
iustus, a, um
just;

lawful;

right
honos, oris (m)
honour; regard
iussu (abl. of 'iussus')
by order of
foedus, eris (n)
legue, treaty, agreement
irasci, irascor, atus sum (3D)
to be angry
egregius, a, um
excellent, eminent,illustrious
libido, inis (f)
desire, lust
frumentum, i (n)
corn, grain
ignis, is (m)
fire;

brightness;

epistula, ae (f.)
letter, dispatch
laetitia, ae (f)
joy, gladness
effugio, fugi, effugium (3)
to escape, flee from, avoid, be unnoticed
labi, labor, lapsus (3D)
to slide down;

to fall down;

to drop
equitatus, us (m.)
cavalry
manus, us (f)

hand;
band of soldiers;
power
gloria, ae (f)
glory, fame
inimicus, a, um
hostile;

harmful
magnopere

much, greatly,
especially
latus, eris (n)
side; flank
fossa, ae (f)
ditch, trench
laus, laudis (f)
praise
exspectare, exspecto (1)
to await, expect; anticipate, hope for
legatus, i (m)
ambassador
familia, ae (f)
household, estate, slave or people under a man's control
mare, is (n)

sea
fugare (1)
to put to flight, to chase away, drive into exile
minimus, a, um

least; smallest etc
excito, excitare (1)
to wake up; to rouse; to arrouse, raise
monumentum, i (n)

memorial, monument, remembrance

interea
meanwhile
modus, i (m)

measure, size, quantity;
limit;
manner
filius, ii (m)
son
metus, us (m)

fear, anxiety
hodie
today; at present
1)modo (adv....conj)

2)modo....modo


1)only (lit. by a measure, with a limit);
provided that;
just now;

2)at one time...at another

exercitus, us (m.)
army; swarm, flock
memoria, ae (f)

memory
fieri, fio, factus sum (4)
to be made/done; to become; to happen
militaris, e

military;
war-like
flumen,inis (n)
river, stream
mirus, a, um

wonderful;
astonishing
intrare, intro etc (1)
to enter, to penetrate
mons, montis (m)

mountain; huge rock
mane

1) (adv) in the morning
2)(n., indecl.) morning
mittere, misi, missum (3)

to send;
to dismiss;
to throw (away)
evadere, evado, evasi, evasum (3)
to go/come out; to escape, avoid
mensa, ae (f)

table
ferre, fero, tuli, latum
to carry, bear, bring
miles, itis (m)

soldier, soldiery
esse,sum,fui
to be
minor, minus, oris

smaller, lesser, younger etc
e, ex
out of, from
metuere, metuo, ui, utum (3)

to be afraid to/of, to fear
humanus, a, um
human;

humane;

civilised
mirari, miror, atus (1)

to wonder/ be amazed at
iactare (1)



se iactare
to throw;

to boast, to torment

(reflexive)to glory
mens, mentis (f)

mind;
reson;
disposition
fessus, a, um
tired; feeble
mercator, oris (m)

merchant
ludere, ludo, lusi, lusum (3)
to play;

to trick
(me) miseret (IMPERS +GEN)

It distresses (me) (for);
I pity
femina, ae (f)
woman
moenia, ium (n, pl)

town walls, fortified city
gaudium, ii (n)
joy, gladness, delight
miser, a, um

unfortunate, miserable, wretched
homo,inis (m)
human being, (wo)man
meus, a, um

my, mine
eo (adverb)
to that place, thither,so far,therefore, somuch(more or less)
monere, moneo, ui, itum (2)

to warn;
to advise
fortis, e
strong, powerful, courageous
mensis, is (m)

month
enim
indeed, for, certainly
hospitium, ii (n)
hospitality;
entertainment;
accomodation
fidus, a um
trusty, faithful, loyal
insanus, a, um
insane, mad;

wild
ego
I, myself
ecce
look!See! Behold!
magnus, a, um

great, large
fortasse
perhaps
fodere, fodio, fodi, fossum (3)
to dig (up); to stab
fructus, us (m)
frit, crop, profit
fortuna, ae (f)
fortune, chance; prosperity
emereo, ui, itum, emere (2)
to earn; to serve out one's time
etiam
and also,too; even now;yes indeed
exterus, a, um
outer, external, foreign
hora, ae (f)
hour;

time;

season
habere, habeo, ui, itum (2)
to have;
handle;
to treat (as)
extra (adv, and pron + ACC)
outside, without; beyond; except
ferunt
they say
fertur
it is said
frustra
in vain
gerere, geno (or gigno, genui, genitum
to beget, bear, produce
habitare, habito (1)
To live (in a place)
festinare (1)
to hurry, hasten
finis,is (m + f)
boundary; end; purpose
lux, lucis(f)
light
heri
yesturday
hic (adverb)
here;

in the present circumstances
existimo, are (1)
to judge, value, think