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ambulat
verb- he/she walks
cenat
vb. he/she dines
festinat
vb.he/she hurries
intrat
vb. He/she enters
laborat
vb. He/she works
casa
house
cena
dinner
femina
woman
puella
girl
fessa
tired
laeta
happy
parata
ready
mox
adv. soon
non
not
et
and
sed
but
iuvat
vb. He/she helps
laudat
vb. He/she praises
narrat
vb. He/she tells
parat
vb. He/she prepares
portat
vb. He/she carries
salutat
vb. He/she greets
vocat
vb. He/she calls
aqua
water
fabula
story
filia
daughter
via
road
irata
angry
subito
suddenly
in (form)
in/into (preposition) (ablative)
manet
vb. He/she stays/waits
sedet
vb. He/she sits
videt
vb. He/she sees
ascendit
vb. He/she climbs
cadit
vb. He/she falls
currit
vb. He/she runs
ducit
vb. He/she leads
inquit
vb. He/she says
mittit
vb. He/she sends
redit
vb. He/she returns
audit
vb. He/she hears
terra
earth
cibus
food
colonus
farmer
filius
son
ager
field
puer
boy
anxius, -a, -um
anxious, adj.
eum (form)
him (accusative)
eam (form)
her (accusative)
ad
to, towards
nam
for
accedit
he/she approaches
clamat
he/she shouts
dat
he/she gives
rogat
he/she asks
spectat
he/she watches
iacet
he/she lies down
respondet
he/she replies
dicit
he/she says
emit
he/she buys
ponit
he/she gives
tradit
he/she hands down
advenit
he/she arrives
facit
he/she makes/does
hortus
garden
unus, a, um
one
duo, duae, duo
two
tres, tria
three
alius, alia, aliud
another
bonus, a, um
good
malus, a, um
bad
statim
at once
quid?
what?
cum (form)
with (ablative)
in (ablative)
in
per (form)
through (accusative)
nec/neque
nor
adest
he/she is present
curat
he/she cares
accedit
he/she approaches
procedit
he/she goes forward
surgit
he/she rises
dormit
he/she sleeps
venit
he/she comes
magnus/a/um
great, big
miser, misera/um
miserable
multus/a/um
many
cur?
why?
diu
for a long time
iam
now, already
lente
slowly
saepe
often
tandem
at last
amicus
friend
ludus
school
eos, eas (form) (pronoun)
them (accusative plural)
ille, illa
he/she
quod
because
ubi
when
debeo, debere (conj)
I ought/must, 2nd
doceo, docere, (conj)
i teach 2nd
iubeo, iubere (conj)
i order 2nd
constituo, constituere (conj)
i decide
dimitto, dimiterre (conj)
i send away 3rd
ludo, ludere (conj)
3rd, i play
scribo, scribere
3rd, i write
cupio, cupere
i want, 3rd
eo, ire
4th, i go
exeo, exire
4th, i go out
ceteri/ae/a
the rest
meus/a/um
my
tuus/a/um
your
ianua
door
littera
a letter (alphabet)
domus
home
domum
(to) home
magister
master
ego, me (form)
I, me, (acc)
tu/te (form)
you (acc)
celeriter
quickly
diligenter
carefully/hard
iterum
again
prope (form)
(acc) near
itaque
and so
convoco (inf?)
convocare

i call together
navigo(inf?)
navigare

i sail
oppugno (inf?)
oppugnare
i attack
pugno (inf?)
pugnare

i fight
defendo(inf?)
defendere
i defend
occido {genitive?}
occidere
i kill
vinco (inf?)
vincere
i conquer
capio (inf?)
i take
capere (3rd conjugation)
fugio
(inf?)
fugere
(3rd conjugation)
i flee
iacio
(inf?)
iacere
i throw
(3rd conjugation)
carus,a,um
dear
fortis, forte
brave
omnis, omne
all
ira,ae f
anger
pugna, ae f
fight
canis, {genitive?} c
dog canis
comes, {genitive?} c
comrade comitis
frater,{genitive?}, m
brother fratris
navis, {genitive?} f
ship navis
princeps, {genitive?} m
prince principis
rex, {genitive?} m
king regis
urbs {genitive?} f
urbis
city
forfiter
bravely
a/ab (form?)
ablative
from
possum, posse (conj)
i can, i am able to ... irregular
expecto, expectare ()
i wait for...
servo, servare ()
I save
timeo timere ()
I fear
reddo reddere ()
I return
relinquo, relinquere ()
I leave behind
verto vetere
I turn
conicio coniciere
I hurl
circum (form?)
round- accusative
e/ex (form?)
out of or from- ablative
hasta (gender? genitive?)
hastae, f. spear
porta (gender? genitive?)
portae f. gate
murus (gender? genitive?)
muri, m. wall
mater (gender? genitive?)
matris, f, mother
mors (gender? genitive?)
mortis f. death
mortuus, a, um
dead
solus, a, um
alone
territus, a, um
terrified
incolumis, incolume
safe
bene
well
hic
here
huc
to here, hither
que
and
gaudeo, gaudere
I rejoice
habeo habere
I have
moneo monere
I advise
taceo tacere
I am silent
bibo bibere
I drink
conscendo conscendere
I board a ship
accipio accipiere
I recieve
convenio convenire
I call together
insula, ae f
island
eqqus, equi m
horse
vir viri m
man
labor laboris m
work
nox noctis f
night
uxor uxoris f
wife
novus a um
new
parvus a um
small
pauci ae a
few
tacitus a um
silent
totus a um
whole
ingens ingentis
huge
sic
thus
inter (case?)
accusative among/between
habito, habitare
i live, i dwell
oro, orare
i pray, i beg
quaro, quarere
i ask, i seek
quisco, quiescere
i rest
tollo, tollere
i lift, i raise
primus, a, um
first
primum
first
vix
scarcely
nauta, {gender?} {genitive?}
sailor nautae m
silva, {gender?} {genitive?}
wood silvae f
unda, {gender?} {genitive?}
f wave undae
caelum, {gender?} {genitive?}
neuter caeli sky/heaven
periculum {gender?} {genitive?}
periculi, neuter, danger
saxum {gender?} {genitive?}
saxi, neuter, rock
verbum {gender?} {genitive?}
verbi, neuter, word
clamor {gender?} {genitive?}
clamoris, m, shout
homo {gender?} {genitive?}
hominis, common, humankind
litus {gender?} {genitive?}
litoris, neuter, shore
mare {gender?} {genitive?}
maris, neuter, sea
mons {gender?} {genitive?}
montis, m, mountain
de {case?}
down from or about- ablative
sub {case?}
under ablative
aedifico aedificare
i build
erro errare
i wander, i err
impero impare (dative)
i order
sto stare
i stand
cognosco cognescere
i learn
occuro occurre (dative)
i meet
ostendo ostendere
i show
succurro, succerrere (dative)
i help
invenio invenire
i find
fero ferre
i carry
notus, a, um
known
ignotus, a, um
unknown
fama, {gender?} {genitive?}
famae f fame
patria {gender?} {genitive?}
patriae f fatherland
regina {gender?} {genitive?}
reginae f queen
somnus {gender?} {genitive?}
somni m sleep
ventus {gender?} {genitive?}
venti m wind
bellum {gender?} {genitive?}
belli n war
consilium {gender?} {genitive?}
consili n plan
templum {gender?} {genitive?}
templi n temple
vinum {gender?} {genitive?}
vini n wine
arma {gender?} {genitive?}
armorum n weapons
castra {gender?} {genitive?}
castrorum n camp
collis {gender?} {genitive?}
collis m hill
hostis {gender?} {genitive?}
hostis c enemy
nomen {gender?} {genitive?}
nomenis n name
nomine
(by) name, called
semper
always
dum
while
amo amare
i love
despero pespare
i despair
placeo placere dative
i please
mihi placet
it pleases me, i decide
peto petere
i seek or pursue
perficio perficere
i carry out
animus {genitive?} {gender?}
animi m mind
deus {genitive?} {gender?}
dei m god
dea {genitive?} {gender?}
deae f goddess
nuntius {genitive?} {gender?}
nuntii m message or messenger
oculus {genitive?} {gender?}
oculi m eye
imperium {genitive?} {gender?}
imperi n order
amor {genitive?} {gender?}
amoris m love
heims {genitive?} {gender?}
heimis f winter
commotus a um
moved
tantus a um
so great
tristis triste
sad
felix felicis
lucky
infelix infelicis
unlucky
etiam
even, also
ibi
there
interea
meanwhile
nunc
now
ante {case?}
before accusative
post {case?}
after accusative
aut....aut
either...or
evigilo eviligare
i wake up
excito excitare
i rouse
invideo invidere + dative
i envy
teneo tenere
i hold
colo colere
i worship
depono deponere
i put down
vivo vivere
i live
divinus a um
divine
nullus a um
no
pulcher pulchra pulchrum
beautiful
aura {genitive? gender?}
aurae f air
domina {genitive? gender?}
dominae f mistriss
forma {genitive? gender?}
formae f shape, beauty
maritus {genitive? gender?}
mariti m husband
sonus {genitive? gender?}
soni m sound
arbor {genitive? gender?}
arboris f tree
lux {genitive? gender?}
lucis f light
vox {genitive? gender?}
vocis f voice
nemo {genitive? gender?}
nemonis c no one
qui quae quod
who, which
numquam
never
umquam
ever
si
if
lavo lavare
i wash
exerceo exercere
i exercise
cano canere
i sing
contendo contendere
i walk, march
gero gere
i carry
eo
to there
hodie
today
postdea
afterwards
is, ea, id
he, she, it
quidam quaedam quoddam
a certain, a
familia [gender? genitive?]
familiae f family
gloria [gender? genitive?]
gloriae f glory
locus [gender? genitive?]
loci m place
populus [gender? genitive?]
populi m people
carmen [gender? genitive?]
carminis n song
centurio [gender? genitive?]
centurionis m centurion
flos [gender? genitive?]
floris m flower
imperator [gender? genitive?]
imperatoris m general
iuvenis [gender? genitive?]
iuvenis m young man
legio [gender? genitive?]
legionis f leigon
miles [gender? genitive?]
militis m soldier
parens [gender? genitive?]
parentis, c parent
senex [gender? genitive?]
senis m old man
tempto temptere
i attempt
bellum gero bellum gere
i wage war
dedo dedere
i give up
repello repellere
i drive back
circumvenio circumvenire
i surround
volo velle
i wish, i am willing
nolo nolle
i refuse
haud
not
procul
far
toga {genitive? gender?}
togae f toga
auxilium {genitive? gender?}
auxili n help
proelium {genitive? gender?}
proeli n battle
civis {genitive? gender?}
civis c citizen
consul {genitive? gender?}
consulis m consul
dicator {genitive? gender?}
dictatoris m dictator
moenia {genitive? gender?}
moenium (plural) n walls
senatus {genitive? gender?}
senatus m senate
hic haec hoc
this
ipse ipsa ipsum
self
pauper pauperis
poor
trans + acc
across
de +abl
about
libero {infinitive}
liberare I free
evado {infinitive}
evadere I escape
posco {infinitive}
poscere I demand
rumpo {infinitive}
rumpere I break
custodio {infinitive}
custodire I guard
dignus, a, um
worthy
summus, a, um
greatest
liber, libera, liberum
free
quoque
also
non solum...sed etiam
not only... but also
statua {genitive} {gender}
statuae f statue
exemplum{genitive} {gender}
exempli n example
praesidium {genitive} {gender}
praesidii n garrison
flumen {genitive} {gender}
fluminis n river
foedus {genitive} {gender}
foederis n treaty
obses {genitive} {gender}
obsidis c hostage
pax {genitive} {gender}
pacis f peace
virgo {genitive} {gender}
virginis f maiden
virtus {genitive} {gender}
vitutis f virtue
absum {1st/2nd principal parts}
abesse, afui, I am away from, +ablative
disco {1st/2nd principal parts}
discere didici I learn
fleo {1st/2nd principal parts}
flere flevi I weep
ineo {1st/2nd principal parts}
inire, inii I enter, begin
studeo {1st/2nd principal parts}
studere studui, +dat, I study
valere iubeo
i bid goodbye to
vendo {1st/2nd principal parts}
vendere vendidi I sell
conspicio {1st/2nd principal parts}
conspicere conspexi I catch sight of
longus a um
long
longe
far
lacrima (genitive? gender?}
lacrimae f tear
annus (genitive? gender?}
anni m year
ignis (genitive? gender?}
ignis m fire
iter (genitive? gender?}
itineris n journey
tempus (genitive? gender?}
temporis n time
ver (genitive? gender?}
veris, n, spring
dies (genitive? gender?}
diei, m day (5th decl.)
sine + abl
without