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rana
frog
longa
long
celo, celare
to hide
villa
villa, house
ambulo, ambulare
to walk
parva
small
periculosa
dangerous
alta
tall, high, deep
pigra
lazy
magna
large, great
laeta
happy
antiqua
old
oro, orare
to ask for, beg for
est
is
impigra
industrious
habeo, habere
to have
quod
because
desidero, desiderare
to want, desire
janua
door
prima
first
cicada
grasshooper, cicada
invidiosa
jealous, envious
saepe
often
in
(with abl.) in, on
pulso, pulsare
to beat, knock
tempto, temptare
to attempt
minime
no; not at all
caliga
boot, shoe
beata
happy
de
(with abl.) down from
voco, vocare
to call
lingua
language, tongue
nostra
our
laboro, laborare
to work, labor
clara
bright, clear, famous
prope
(with acc.) near
agricola
farmer
ponit
places
subito
suddenly
lata
wide, broad
effodiunt
dig up
nulla
no, none
timeo, timere
to fear
bestia
wild beast
vasto, vastare
to destroy
sagitta
arrow
procul
far; far away
insula
island
domi
at home
denique
finally, at last
pulchra
beautiful
duco, ducare
bring, lead, carry
luna
moon
e, ex
(with abl.) from, out of
aestate
in summer
primo
at first
libero
children
interum
again
me
me
non
not
tua
your, yours (of one person)
mater
mother
narro, narrare
to tell
bona
good
longiqua
distant, far away
interdiu
by day, in the daytime
arida
arid, dry
aqua
water
obscura
dark, dim
rex deorum
king of the gods
circum
(with acc.) around
per
(with acc.) through
inter
(with acc.) between, among
volo, volare
to fly
maritima
of the sea (with ora, seacoast)
a, ab
(with abl.) from, away from
incola
inhabitant, resident
sacrificium
sacrifice
habito, habitare
to live
strata
paved
schola
school
femina
woman
irata
angry
ab altera...ad alteram
from one...to the other
amita
aunt
noctu
by night, at night
fenestra
window
postea
later, afterward
diceo, dicere
to say
sto, stare
stand, stand still
ut
as
ad
(with acc.) to, toward
amo, amare
to like, love
postulo, postulare
to demand
camelos
camels
terra
land, earth, ground
alba
white
densa
thick, dense
alia
other
fama
fame
arca
box, chest
ursa
bear
frigida
cold, frigid
nova
new, modern
filia
daughter
autem
however, but moreover
nunc
now
multa
many
arenosa
sandy
moneo, monere
to warn
nauta
sailor
casa
house
quieta
quiet
laudo, laudare
to praise
pecunia
money
via
street, road, highway, way
gemma
gem, jewel
ad
at, near
mox
soon
figura
figure, shape
flamma
flame
statim
at once, immediately
angusta
narrow
pictura
picture
mihi
me
libera
free
misera
unhappy
et
and
semita
path
possum, posse
to be able
propinqua
near, nearby
urbes
city
olim
once
nobis
us, to us
-ne
(interrogative), attached to word; indicates question
sed
but
et...et
both...and
expecto, expectare
to wait for
benigna
kind
sunt
are
opima
fertile, rich
regina
queen
cibum
food
Latina
Latin
amica
friendly
ego
I
neco, necare
to kill
paeninsula
peninsula
de
(with abl.) about, concerning
puella
girl
canto, cantare
to sing, chant
video, videre
to see
unda
wave
pater
father
hieme
in winter
nomino, nominare
to name, call
stella
star
territa
frightened
serva, servare
to save
itaque
and so; therefore
formica
ant
nos
us
cara
dear
quoque
also
monstro, monstrare
to show, point out
caelum
(acc. singular) sky
elephantos
elephants
sub
(with abl.) under
noctu
at night
nympha
nymph
pertinent
extend
provincia
province
ancilla
maid
specto, spectare
to watch, see, look, look at
cum (conjunction)
when
copia
supply, abundance
cum
(with abl.) with
pro
(with abl.) in front of, before
mea
my, mine
inderdum
sometimes
ara
altar
tam
so, to such a degree
herba
herb, plant
in
(with acc.) into
do, dare
to give
erro, errare
wander, stay, err
ubi
where
initio
in the beginning
dea
goddess
semper
always
pirata
pirate
ora
coast, shore
fabula
story, fable
superba
proud, haughty
antiquitus
in ancient times
silva
forest, wood
clamo, clamare
to shout, cry
excaelo
from the sky
non jam
no longer
tabula
map
porto, portare
to carry
radii
rays
cur
why
mira
strange, wonderful
ita
yes; thus, in this way
hodie
today
nota
famous, noted
maneo, manere
to stay, remain
sola
alone, only
monstrum
monster
sedeo, sedere
to sit
celeriter
quickly, fast
lente
slowly
quae
who
liberator
rescuer, liberator
regim
king
grata
pleasing