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et
also, too, besides, moreover, likewise, as well, even
et ... et ...
both ... and ...
sum
esse, fui, futurus, be, exist
qui
quae, quod, who, whom, whose, which, that
in
(+acc) into, towards, to, against; (+abl) in, within, on, upon, among, at
quis
quis, quid, (interrogative pronoun) who, which, that
hic
haec, hoc, (demonstrative pronoun), this, these
non
not
neque
nec, and ... not, nor
neque ... neque ...
nec ... nec ..., neither ... nor ...
ego
mei, mihi, me, me, nos, nostri/nostrum, nobis, nos, nobis, I, me, my, we, our, us
tu
tui, tibi, te, te, vos, vestri/vestrum, vobis, vos, vobis, you, your, all of you, all of your
ut
(+ indicative) as; (+ subjunctive, after ita, tam, tantus, sic) that (result clause); (+ subjunctive alone) so that (purpose clause)
atque
ac, and
atque ... atque ...
ac ... ac ..., both ... and ...
edo
edere/esse, edi, esum, eat, devour
edo
edere, edidi, editum, put forth, discharge, emit, declare
cum
(as prep. + abl.) with, together with; (as adv.) altogether; (as conjunction, + indicative) when, although; (as conjunction, + subjunctive) when, although, after, since, because
is
ea, id, (demonstrative pronoun), he, she, it, they, them, him, her; (demonstrative adjective) this, that
ille
illa, illud, that, those
ad
(prep. + acc.) to, towards; (adv.) all the way
possum
posse, potui, (+ inf.) be able, can, could
si
if
sui
sibi, se, se, (reflexive pronoun), himself, herself, itself, themselves
video
videre, vidi, visum, see, sight; (in passive) videor, videri, visus sum, be seen, seem
ipse
ipsa, ipsum, (intensive pronoun) himself, herself, itself, themselves
ex
(prep. + abl.) out of, from, out from; (adv.) away, out
per
(prep. + acc.) through; (adv.) thoroughly
sed
but
res
rei, f., thing, matter, wealth
ab
a/abs, (+ abl.), away from, from, by
aut
or
aut ... aut ...
either ... or ...
dico
dicere, dixi, dictus, say, speak, utter; (in passive) dicor, dici, dictus sum, be said
iam
now (with verbs of present), already (with verbs of past)
facio
facere, feci, factum, make, do, finish, complete
magnus
magna, magnum, great, large; (comparative) maior, maius; (superlative) maximus, maxima, maximum
corpus
corporis, n., body
tamen
nevertheless, however
de
(+ abl.) down from, from, about
habeo
habere, habui, habitum, hold, have; (in passive) habeor, haberi, habitus sum, be held (as), be understood (as), be
do
dare, dedi, datum, give, grant
fero
ferre, tuli, latum, bear, carry, say
omnis
omnis, omne, whole, entire, all, every
etiam
also, even
terra
terrae, f., land, earth
multus
multa, multum, much, many; (comparative) plus, more; (superlative) plurimus, plurima, plurimum, most
nam
for, indeed
tuus
tua, tuum; vester, vestra, vestrum, your, yours, all of your, all of yours
meus
mea, meum; noster, nostra, nostrum, my, mine, our, ours
deus
dei, m., god; dea, deae, f., goddess; (nom. pl.) di, gods; (gen. pl.) divum, of the gods
enim
for, indeed, for indeed
venio
venire, veni, venturus, come, go
quoque
also, even
tempus
temporis, n., time, era
quam
(relative pronoun) whom, which; (with comparative) than, as; (with positive) how ...!; (with superlative) as ... as possible
suus
sua, suum, his own, her own, its own, their own
pars
partis, f., part
tantus
tanta, tantum, so great, so much, such great
nullus
nulla, nullum, none, no ..., no one
eo
ire, ivi/ii, iturus, go, come
animus
animi, m., soul, mind, life-force
eo
there, at that place
longus
longa, longum, long, stretching
urbs
urbis, f., city, urban area
tum
then, already
unus
una, unum, one
sic
thus, in this way, yes!
manus
manus, f., hand
parvus
parva, parvum, small, little; (comparative) minor, minus; (superlative) minimus, minima, minimum
at
but
homo
hominis, m./f., human, man, woman
idem
eadem, idem, (pronoun), the same ...
volo
velle, volui, (+ inf.), want, wish, desire
quisque
quidque, each, every
inter
(+ acc.) in between, among, amongst, between, in the course of, in spite of
causa
causae, f., cause, reason, purpose, sake, excuse, opportunity; (in abl. + gen.) for the sake of
illic
to that place
nihil
nil, nothing, none; (+ gen.) none of ...
totus
tota, totum, whole, full, all
dum
while; (+ subj.) as long as ...
ante
(+ acc) before, in front of; (adv.) beforehand, before
huc
to this place
dies
diei, m., day, daytime
primus
prima, primum, first
sub
(+ abl.) under, below; (+ acc.) down under (understood motion); (adv.) underneath, below
peto
petere, petivi/petii, petitum, seek, aim at, attack
teneo
tenere, tenui, tenitum, hold, grip, believe
alius
alius, aliud, another, other, different
natura
naturae, f., nature, birth, quality, character
ago
agere, egi, actum, do, drive, perform
amo
amare, amavi, amatum, love
amor
amoris, m., love
Caesar
Caesaris, m., Caesar (Iulius OR Augustus Octavianus)
moveo
movere, movi, moturus, move
pro
(+ abl.) in front of, on behalf of, instead of, in return for, as good as
tam
so ..., such ...
modus
modi, m., measure, size, metre, methoud, way
ubi
where, when
pectus
pectoris, n., chest, breast, heart
vis
(acc.) vim, (abl.) vi, force, power
pater
patris, m., father
vita
vitae, f., life, life-force
ratio
rationis, m., reason, account, business, respect
relinquo
relinquere, reliqui, relictum, leave behind, bequeath, abandon
nox
noctis, f., night, darkness
domus
domus, f., house, home; domi, m., house, home
mors
mortis, m., death
ne ...
(+ subjunctive) lest, so that ... not
ignis
ignis, m., fire
sequor
sequi, secutus sum, follow
populus
populi, m., people
neo
nere, nevi, netum, weave, spin
sentio
sentire, sensi, sensum, feel, see, perceive, experience
Romanus
Romana, Romanum, Roman
reor
reri, ratus sum, think, suppose
fio
fieri, factus sum, become
mitto
mittere, misi, missum, send
finis
finis, m., boundary, border; (pl.) territory
vel
or
vel ... vel ...
either ... or ...
vir
viri, m., man
sive
seu, or if ...
sive ... sive .../seu ... seu ...
whether ... or if ...
duco
ducere, duxi, ductum, lead
oculus
oculi, m., eye
pono
ponere, posui, positum, place, put
simul
at the same time
audio
audire, audivi/audii, auditum, hear, listen
o
Oh ...!
quidem
in fact; at any rate
aurum
auri, n., gold
iubeo
iubere, iussi, iussum, order, command, tell (to)
hostis
hostis, m./f., enemy
superus
supera, superum, upper; (comparative) superior, superius; (superlative) supremus/summus, -a, -um
mens
mentis, f., mind, understanding, feelings, heart, plan
annus
anni, m., year
vivo
vivere, vixi, victum, live, survive, enjoy life
certus
certa, certum, certain, fixed
ito
itare, depart
quaero
quaerere, quaesivi/quaesii, quaesitum, ask, seek
puto
putare, putavi, putatum, think, suppose
voco
vocare, vocavi, vocatum, call
an
or; perhaps
labor
laboris, m., work, labor
verbum
verbi, n., word
locus
loci, m., place, location
inquam
inquis, inquit, inquiunt, say, speak, utter
valeo
valere, valui, be well
lego
legere, legi, lectum, gather, pick, choose, read
lego
legare, legavi, legatum, send, charge
ullus
ulla, ullum, (gen.) ullius, (dat.) ulli, any
nomen
nominis, n., name
aqua
aquae, f., water, sea, lake