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aqua
water
arbor
tree
caelum
sky
* diēs
day
fābula
story, tale
fortūna
luck
lingua
tongue, language
littera
letter
modus
way, manner
nātūra
nature
* nōmen
name
* nox
night
pictūra
picture
silva
woods, forest
* summa
sum, total; score
terra
earth, land, ground
via
way, road
vīlla
farmhouse
vīta
life
animal
animal
avis
bird
* aquila
eagle
* būbō
owl
* gallus
rooster
canis
dog
equus
horse
fēlēs
cat
porcus
pig
vacca
cow
puella
girl
puer
boy
vir
man, husband
fēmina
woman, wife
agricola
farmer
āthlēta
athlete
nauta
sailor
poēta
poet
amīcus
(boy)friend
amī¢ ca
(girl)friend
amīci¢ tia
friendship
Esse
The Verb “to be”
est
is, there is
Est…
There is…; he is, she is, it is…
Estne…?
Is…? Is there…? Is he…? Is she…? Is it…?
nōnest
is not, there is not
Nōn est…
There is not…; he is not, she is not, it is not…
* Verba Actiōnis
Action Verbs
amat
is loving, loves
ambulat
is walking, walks
lau¢ dat
is praising, praises
nat
is swimming, swims
portat
is carrying, carries
spectat
is watching, watches
stat
is standing, stands
vocat
is calling, calls
VERBA ALIA
OTHER WORDS
Interrogātīva
Questions
cur?
why?
quan¢ do?
when?
quid?
what?
Quid est…?
What is…?
Quid est?
What is it?
quis?
who?
quō modō? or quōmodō?
how? (in what way?)
u¢ bi?
where?
* Numerī
Numbers
prīmus
first
secundus
second
tertius
third
quartus
fourth
quīntus
fifth
sextus
sixth
septimus
seventh
octāvus
eighth
nōnus
ninth
de¢ cimus
tenth
Alia
Miscellaneous
et
and
in
in, on
nōn
not
sed
but, however
sub
under
* UTILIA SCHOLASTICA
USEFUL FOR THE CLASSROOM
Salvēte, discipulī (discipulae que)!
Hello, students!
Salvē, domine!
Hello, sir!
Salvē, domina!
Hello, ma’am!
Quid agis?
How are you doing?

(said to one person)
Quid agitis?
How are you doing?

(said to more than one person)
Bene!
Well. Well (done); good!
Optimē!
Very well (done); very good!
Euge!
Yay! Terrific! Bravo!
Nōn male.
Not bad(ly).
Grātiās.
Thanks.
Nihil.
You’re welcome.
(No problem.)
Libenter.
You’re welcome.
(Glad to do it.)
Mihi ignosce!
Excuse me!
(said to one person)
Mihi ignoscite!
Excuse me!
(said to more than one person)
Nihil.
That’s all right.
Meā culpā.
I am sorry.
(It was my fault.)
Mē paenitet.
I am sorry.
(It makes me sad.)
Valēte, discipulī
(discipulaeque)!
Goodbye, students!
Va lē, domine!
Goodbye, sir!
Va lē, domina!
Goodbye, ma’am!
Bonam Fortūnam!
Good luck
dōnum
gift
Nātura et Vīta
familia
household, family
Nātura et Vīta
historia
history, factual account
Nātura et Vīta
lūna
moon
Nātura et Vīta
memoria
memory
Nātura et Vīta
porta
gate
Nātura et Vīta
sōl
sun
Nātura et Vīta
stella
star
Nātura et Vīta
tuba
trumpet
Nātura et Vīta
verbum
word
Nātura et Vīta
asinus
donkey
* Animalia
elephantus
elephant
* Animalia
leō
lion
* Animalia
sīmia
monkey
* Animalia
tigris
tiger
* Animalia
ursus
bear
*Animalia
Africa
Africa
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
Āsia
Asia Minor
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
Britānnia
Britain
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
* continens
continent, mainland
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
Eurōpa
Europe
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
Gallia
Gaul, France
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
Germānia
Germany
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
Graecia
Greece
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
Hispānia
Spain
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
imperium
empire
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
īnsula
island
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
* paenīnsula
peninsula
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
Ītalia
Italy
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
patria
country, nation
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
prōvincia
conquered territory, province
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
regnum
kingdom, kingship monarchy
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
rēs pūblica
republic
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
Rōma
Rome
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
Sicilia
Sicily
Loca Geōgraphica et Historica
(Places on the Map & Periods in History)
Quis abest?
Who is absent?
* UTILIA SCHOLASTICA
Marcus abest.
Mark is absent.
* UTILIA SCHOLASTICA
Ubi est Paula?
Where is Paula?
* UTILIA SCHOLASTICA
Paula adest.
Paula is here.
* UTILIA SCHOLASTICA
Salūtem.
(I wish you) health.
("God bless you,”said in response to a sneeze.)
* UTILIA SCHOLASTICA
Tacē, precor!
Be quiet, please!
(said to one person)
* UTILIA SCHOLASTICA
Tacēte, precor!
Be quiet, please!
(said to more than one person)
* UTILIA SCHOLASTICA
Stā!
Stand!
(said to one person)
* UTILIA SCHOLASTICA
Stāte, omnēs!
Stand, everyone!
* UTILIA SCHOLASTICA
Sedē et audī!
Sit and listen!
(said to one person)
* UTILIA SCHOLASTICA
Sedē¢ te, om¢ nēs,
Everyone, sit
* UTILIA SCHOLASTICA
et audi¢ te!
and listen!
* UTILIA SCHOLASTICA
Sur¢ ge!
Stand up!
(said to one person)
* UTILIA SCHOLASTICA
Sur¢ gite, om¢ nēs!
Stand up, everyone!
* UTILIA SCHOLASTICA
ambulō
ambulāre
walk
VERBA
amō
amāre
love
VERBA
clāmō
clāmāre
shout
VERBA
confirmō
confirmāre
strengthen
VERBA
creō
creāre
make (create or appoint)
VERBA
dēmōnstrō
dēmōnstrāre
show, point out
VERBA
dēsiderō
dēsiderāre
desire
VERBA

dare
give
VERBA
dubitō
dubitāre
hesitate
VERBA
errō
errāre
make a mistake, wander off track
VERBA
habitō
habitāre
live, reside
VERBA