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miror, mirari, ---, miratus sum
wonder (at), be amazed (at)
admiror, admirari, ---, admiratus sum
wonder at, be amazed at
pecco, peccare, peccavi, peccatus
sin
precor, precari, ---, precatus sum
ask, pray
deprecor, deprecari, ---, deprecatus sum
beseech
audeo, audere, ---, ausus sum
dare, have the courage
gaudeo, gaudere, ---, gavisus sum
rejoice, be glad
misereor, misereri, ---, misertus sum (+ gen. or dat.)
have pity (on)
confido, confidere, ---, confisus sum (+ dat.)
trust (in), confide (in), hope (in)
nascor, nasci, ---, natus sum
be born
morior, mori, ---, mortuus sum
die
patior, pati, ---, passus sum
suffer; allow
orior, oriri, ---, ortus sum
spring up, arise, appear
lacrima, lacrimae f.
tear
memoria, memoriae f.
remembrance, memory
ignis, ignis, ignium, m. (abl. sing., igne or igni)
fire
peccator, peccatoris, m.
sinner
arbor, arboris, f.
tree
benedictio, benedictionis, f.
blessing, benediction
nox. noctis, noctium, f.
night
potestas, potestatis, f.
power, authority
opus, operis, n.
work, deed
opus est
it is necessary, there is a need (+inf. or abl.)
scelus, sceleris, n.
crime, sin
miser, misera, miserum
wretched, pitiable
paternus, -a, -um
of a father, paternal
innocens (gen. innocentis)
clean, pure, innocent
potens (gen. potentis)
powerful (in), having power (over)
consubstantialis, consubstantiale (+dat.)
of the same nature (as), consubstantial (with)
nihil (nil)
(1. indecl. noun; 2. adv.) 1. nothing; 2. not at all
valde (adv.)
greatly, very (much)
vero (adv.)
indeed, but indeed
conor, conari, ---, conatus sum (+inf.)
try, strive
exspecto, exspectare, exspectavi, exspectatus
look for, wait for
lacrimor, lacrimari, ---, lacrimatus sum
weep
laetor, laetari, ---, laetatus sum
rejoice, be glad
collaetor, collaetari, ---, collaetatus sum
rejoice together
miseror, miserari, ---, miseratus sum
bewail; pity
solor, solari, ---, solatus sum
console, comfort
consolor, consolari, ---, consolatus sum or consolo, consolare, consolavi, consolatus
console, comfort
amplector, amplecti, ---, amplexus sum
embrace
fungor, fungi, ---, functus sum (+abl.)
perform
nosco, noscere, novi, notus
present stem system: get acquainted with, get to know
perfect system: Know
agnosco, agnoscere, agnovi, agnitus
know, recognize, acknowledge
cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi, cognitus
present stem system: get acquainted with, get to know
perfect system: know
praenosco, praenoscere, praenovi, praenotus
know beforehand, foreknow
gradior, gradi, ---, gressus sum
walk, step
aggredior, aggredi, ---, aggressus sum
approach
egredior, egredi, ---, egressus sum
come out, go out
ingredior, ingredi, ---, ingressus sum
walk along, come in
regredior, regredi, ---, regressus sum
go back, return
tango, tangere, tetigi, tactus
touch
sepelio, sepelire, sepelivi (sepelii), sepultus
bury
vestio, vestire, vestivi (vestii), vestitus
clothe
caelicola, caelicolae, m.
heaven-dweller
corona, coronae, f.
wreath, crown
semita, semitae, f.
path
substantia, substantiae, f.
nature, substance
ovis, ovis, ovium, f.
sheep
affectus, affectus, m.
devotion, affection; sense
conspectus, conspectus, m.
sight, presence
fletus, fletus, m.
weeping
fletus, fletus, m.
weeping
assiduus, -a, -um
constant, unceasing
liber, libera, liberum
free
senex (gen., senis)
old
subst.: old man
neque (nec) (coord. conj.)
and not, nor
neque (nec)...neque (nec)
neither...nor
quattuor (indecl. adj)
four
septem (indecl. adj.)
seven