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est
he/she/it is
ubi
where
femina, -ae
woman
quis
who
non
not
rex, regis
king
-ne
(question particle expecting a yes or no answer)
amphitheatrum, -i
amphitheatre
hic
here; this
ibi
there
gladiatorius
gladiator
etiam
too, also
arena, -ae
arena
sed
but, however
vir
man
puer, -i
boy
puella, -ae
girl
quid
what
nomen, nominis
name
mortuus, -a, -um
dead
amicus, -i
friend
inimicus, -i
enemy
esse
to be
aut
or
ergo
therefore
aut... aut...
either... or...
amica, -ae
(female) friend, girlfriend
forum, -i
market place, town square
taberna, -ae
shop, pub
villa, -ae
country house, villa
intrare
to enter
hodie
today
nonnulli
some
sedēre
to sit
stare
to stand
vidēre
to see, look
venire
to come
adesse
to be present, to be there
famosus, -a, -um
famous
in horto
in the garden
ludere
to play
murmurare
to murmur
pompa, -ae
procession, parade
tumultus, -i
uproar, bustle, uprising, tumult
cogitare
to think
sic
so, like this
certe
certainly
fortasse
maybe, perhaps
nescire
to not know
intellegere
to understand
salutare
to greet
errare
to err, make a mistake
humanum, -a, -um
human, humane
amare
to love
vocare
to call
narrare
to tell [a story, ...]
rogare
to ask
ridēre
to laugh
iam
already; now
nam
because; namely
clamare
to shout
et
and, also
inter
between
necare
to kill
nunc
now
temptare
to try; attack
tum
then
demum
finally
eum
him
peractum
finished, accomplished, gone through with
pugna, -ae
fight
spectator, -oris
watcher; spectator
vulnerare
to wound
idiota, -ae
idiot
asinus, -i
donkey; stupid person
fur, furis
thief
pugnare
to fight
spectare
to watch
clamor, -oris
shout, cry
ludus, -i
game, show; school
cur
why
incitare
to incite, provoke
respondēre
to answer, respond
tenēre
to hold; hold back
turba, -ae
crowd
valde
very, very much, a lot
non iam
not anymore
quod
because, that
te
you (singular, Accusative)
me
me (Accusative)
Salve
Hello (to one)
Salvete!
Hello! (to several)
quid?
what?
exspectare
to await, wait, expect
ego
I (Nominatve)
tu
you (singular, Nominative)
amare
to love
agere
to act
valēre
to have value, be respected, be valid
victor, -oris
winner
relinquere
to leave behind, abandon, forsake
paulo
a little
minus
less
Gratias ago.
Thanks.
Salutatio.
You're welcome. (Answer to "thanks")
vincere
to win
victus
defeated, beaten
superare
to defeat, outdo
bellum, -i
war
pax, pacis
peace
adversarius, -i
opponent
audire
to hear
invitare
to invite
cum (+ noun)
with
timēre
to be afraid, to fear
antiquus, -a, -um
old, ancient
laetus, -a, -um
happy
nos
we (Nom. or Acc.)
vos
you (plural, Nom. or Acc.)
num?
(question particle with answer "no")
amicus / amica
friend (male / female)
sic
so, this way
ire
to go
nomen, nominis
name
suave
pleasant
cognoscere
to get to know
cur
why
aeger, aegra, aegrum
ill
fatigatus, -a, -um
tired
tam
so (much)
occupatus, -a, -um
busy, occupied
meus, -a, -um
my
abire
to leave, go away
adire
to approach
abesse
to be missing
amicitia, -ae
friendship
ad
to
ab
(away) from
tuus, -a, -um
your
noster, nostra, nostrum
our
vester, vestra, vestrum
your (plural)
mihi
to me (Dative)
tibi
to you (singular, Dative)
vobis
to you (plural, Dative)
nobis
to us (Dative)
dare
to give
donum, -i
present, gift
servus, -i
(male) slave
natio, -onis
nation, people
motio, -onis
motion, movement
ratio, -onis
reason, procedure, method
oratio, -ionis
speech, speaking
factio, -onis
faction, party
pietas, -tatis
piety, religiousness, devoutness
unitas, -tatis
unity
caritas, -tatis
charity, affection
civitas, -tatis
state, all citizens
orator, -oris
speaker
raptor, -oris
robber
pastor, -oris
shepherd
emptor, -oris
buyer
imperator, -oris
emperor; general, commander-in-chief
solitudo, -tudinis
solitude, loneliness
longitudo, -tudinis
length
fortitudo, -tudinis
strength, courage, bravery
magnitudo, -tudinis
size, magnitude
multitudo, -tudinis
large amount, multitude
flos, floris
flower
habilis
able, skilled
notabilis
notable, remarkable
horribilis
horrible
laudabilis
laudable, worthy of praise
laudare
to praise
credibilis
credible, believable
credere
to believe
solus, -a, -um
alone
longus, -a, -um
long
fortis
strong, brave
magnus, -a, -um
big
multus, -a, -um
much, many
orare
to speak, argue
pius, -a, -um
faithful, upright, honest
civis, civis
citizen
gaudēre
to be happy, to enjoy
-cum
with (attached to personal pronouns)
te
to you (Accusative of tu)
constat
it is certain
bene
well
posse
can, is able to
quam
than; how ...!
semper
always
vincere
to win
celebrare
to celebrate
vir, -i
man
ex
out of
laborare
to work
ceterum
and besides
censēre
to argue, suggest, advise
delēre
to destroy, wipe out, erase
manus
hand
lavare
to wash
numquam
never
perdere
to lose
cum (with subclause)
when, whenever
bonus, -a, -um
good
malus, -a, -um
bad
male
badly
apparēre
to appear
novus, -a, -um
new
putare
to think
Romanus, -a, -um
Roman (as adjective; also Roman man / woman)
deus, -i
god
multi
many
ex
out of, from
terra, -ae
ground, land, country
ecce
there! see! voilà!
templum, -i
temple
immolare
to sacrifice
quot
how many
legionarius, -i
legionary
externus, -a, -um
foreign, outer
importare
to bring in, to import
exportare
to bring out, export
natus, -a, -um
born
dominus, -i
master, sir
lumen, luminis
light
virgo, virginis
virgin
mater, matris
mother
pater, patris
father
verus, -a, -um
true, truthful, real
facere
to make, do
veritas, -tatis
truth
dea, -ae
goddess
ignorare
to ignore
pauci
few
nullus
not any, none
angelus, -i
angel
unde
from where
ea
she
patria, -ae
home country
tam
so, so much
Graecus, -a, -um
Greek (adjective or man/woman)
tacēre
to be silent, stop talking
Graecia, -ae
Greece
quomodo
how
uterque
both, each side
alienus, -a, -um
foreign, strange, different
affabilis, -e
courteous, nice
inde
from there, thereafter, at some time
Gallus, -a, -um
Gaulish (also a person from Gaul)
dicere
to say
familiaris, -e
familiar, friendly, belonging to a household
vilis, -e
mean, cheap
pauper
poor, without financial means
opulens, -ntis
rich
I
1
II
2
V
5
IV
4
VI
6
X
10
L
50
C
100
D
500
M
1000
XXVI
26
MMIX
2009
liber, libera, liberum
free
vita, -ae
life
miles, militis
soldier
virtus, virtutis
manliness, courage, bravery, virtue
superare
to outdo, beat
fabula, -ae
story, fable, theatre play
habitare
to inhabit, live (at a place)
vinum, -i
wine
theatrum, -i
theatre
cultura, -ae
culture
admirabilis
admirable, wonderful
sacrificium, -i
sacrifice
placare
to placate, to please
vacare
to be free/empty of
libertas, -tatis
freedom, liberty
superbia, -ae
arrogance
nobis
to us (Dat.)
noster, nostra, nostrum
our
nihil
nothing
itaque
therefore
neque
and not, but not
neque... neque
neither... nor
fugare
to expel
cuncti
all, everyone
miser, misera, miserum
poor, miserable
ager, agri
field
habēre
to have
possidēre
to own
bonus, -a, -um
good
gratus, -a, -um
grateful
nihilominus
nevertheless
fugere
to flee
bonitas, -tatis
goodness
gratia, -ae
gratefulness
principium, -i
beginning
verbum, -i
word
omnia
everything
per
by, through
ipse
he, himself
sine
without
lux, lucis
light
tenebrae, -arum
darkness
lucere
to shine
ducere
to lead
dux, ducis
leader
imperare
to order, command, rule
imperium, -i
empire, order
admirare
to admire
ingratus, -a, -um
ungrateful
incredibilis
incredible
abire
to leave
adire
to approach
exire
to go out of
abesse
to be missing, be absent
adesse
to be present
abducere
to lead away, lead off
inimicitia, -ae
hostility
mox
soon
entrare
to enter
inquit
he/she says, he/she said
expugnare
to capture, overcome, subdue
cavēre
to beware, be cautious
iam
already, now
antiquus, -a, -um
old, ancient
populus, -i
people, a people
parare
to prepare, get ready
perniciosus, -a, -um
destructive
nisi
if not, unless, except
littera, -ae
in singular: letter of the alphabet<br>in plural: letter, note; literature
nocēre
to harm, be harmful
laudare
to praise
numquam
never
delēre
to destroy, erase, wipe out
umquam
ever, at any time
laudatio, -tionis
commendation
oblitterare
to cancel, blot out
antiquitas, -tatis
antiquity, the ancients
non iam
not anymore
philosophus, -i
philosopher
adiuvare
to help, assist
disciplina, -ae
discipline
eloquentia, -ae
eloquence, ability to talk well
legio, -onis
legion (4200-5200 men plus auxiliaries)
pro
for
auxilium, -i
help
olim
once upon a time
severus, -a, -um
stern, harsh
filius, -i
son
interdum
sometimes, now and then
copia, -ae
singular: abundance, supply<br />plural: troops, forces, supplies
diu
for a long time, a long time ago
obsidēre
to lay siege to, sit near, haunt, invest
periculum, -i
danger
parvus, -a, -um
small, little
petere
to seek out, ask for, beg, request, demand
capessere, capessivi, capessitum
to apprehend, catch, grasp, snatch
hostis, hostis
enemy (of the state)
alius, alia, aliud
other, another, someone else, something else
solus, -a, -um
alone, only
gladius, -i
sword
castra, -orum (pl.)
encampment, temporary fortification
studēre
to strive, be diligent, make an effort
locus, -i
place, location, situation, spot
condicio, -onis
condition
copiosus, -a, -um
plentiful, well-supplied, wealthy, rich
periculosus, -a, -um
dangerous
parvulus, -i
child, infant
hostilis
hostile, armed
hostilitas, -tatis
enmity
studium, -i
eagerness, zeal
studiosus, -a, -um
zealous, eager
captare, captavi, captus
to capture, catch
alibi
elsewhere, in other respects
alii... alii
some... others
aliquando
sometimes, occasionally, at some time
aliquis
someone, somebody, anyone
diutius
longer, too long
solēre
to be accustomed, be in the habit
non solum... sed etiam
not only... but also
magnus, -a, -um
big, great
terrēre
to frighten, terrify, scare away, deter
imperare
to command, rule
servus, -i
slave
dicere, dixi, dictum
to say
credere
to believe
dare, dedi, datum
to give
trahere, traxi, tractum
to drag, pull, get
quidem
indeed, in truth, certainly, at least
horrēre
to shudder, be horrified
porrigere, porrexi, porrectum
to extend, reach out
lacrima, -ae
tear
oculus, -i
eye
dolēre
to suffer, be in pain
exterritus, -a, -um
terrified
terribilis
dreadful, terrible
terror, terroris
fright, fear, terror
abdicere
to renounce, reject, abdicate
condicere
to agree, fix, settle
contradicere
to speak against, contradict
edicere
to announce, declare
indicere
to disclose, proclaim, make publicly known
interdicere
to forbid, prohibit, outlaw
iudicare
to judge, consider
praedicere
to warn, admonish, predict
praedicare
to preach
credulitas, -tatis
easiness of belief, naiveté
abdare
to remove
mandare
to order, commit, entrust
flamma, -ae
flame, fire
regnare
to reign, rule
ipse, ipsa, ipsum
oneself, he himself, etc.
crescere, crevi
to grow
autem
however
quamquam
although
quod
because
rogare
to ask
aedificium, -i
building
aedificare
to build
contentus, -a, -um
content, satisfied
libenter
willingly, gladly
filia, -ae
daughter
qui, quae, quod
who, which (relative pronoun)
portare
to carry
arma (always pl.)
weapons
postea
afterwards
pulcher, pulchra, -rum
beautiful
casa, -ae
hut, lowly building
redire
to go back
repetere
to request back
abstinēre
to abstain, refrain
regnum, -i
reign
porta, -ae
gate
armatus, -a, -um
armed
regina, -ae
queen
bellum, -i
war
occupare
to occupy
mittere, misi, missus
to send
proinde
therefore
(con)ferre, tuli, latum
to bring
solvere, solvi, solutum
to pay, absolve
parēre, parui
to obey
cibus, -i
food
legatus, -i
envoy
pondus, ponderis
pound (Roman weight)
aurum, -i
gold
argentum, -i
silver
parum
too little
probare
to test, evaluate
iacere, ieci, iectum
to throw
adicere
to throw on an existing pile
iniquus, -a, -um
uneven, non-standard
adhibere, adhibui
to use
insuper
on top
intellegere, intellexi
to understand
tribunus, -i
tribune (rank in Rome)
legio, legionis
legion
Italia
Italy (region)
Capitolium, -i
Capitol (in Rome)
aqua, -ae
water
regnum, -i
reign
vivere, vixi, victum
to live
dum
while
postulare
to demand
pars, partis
part
timēre
to fear
post
after
mori (morior, mortuus)
to die
aliquando
some time, at some point
hospes, -is
guest
odium, -i
hatred
nuntiare
to report
mors, mortis
death
sumere, sumpsi, sumptum
to consume
deditio, -onis
handing-over
senator, oris
senator
recusare
to refuse
indicare
to indicate, show
castellum, -i
castle
poculum, -i
chalice, cup
plenus, -a, -um
full
venenum, -i
poison
varius, -a, -um
diverse
labor, -oris
work, deed
odiare
to hate
iubēre, iussi, iussum
to order
nemo, neminis
nobody
utrum... an
whether... or
corpus, corporis
body
animus, -i
spirit, mind
brevi
briefly, shortly
statim
immediately
caedere, cecidi, caesum
to fell, kill
agmen, agminis
troop
irridēre, irrisi
to ridicule, laugh at
foedus, foederis
treaty
firmus, -a, -um
strong
verbum, -i
word
incitare
to incite, provoke
ratio, -onis
reason
durus, -a, -um
hard, harsh
extra
outside, apart from
ordo, ordinis
order (of things)
decus, decoris
decoration
desperatus, -a, -um
desperate
testus
witness
advocari
to be called here
ius, iuris
law, court
factus, -i
deed
iuventus, -tutis
youth, young age
poena, -ae
punishment
lictor, -oris
person to carry out punishment
auctoritas, -tatis
authority
senectus, -tutis
old age
supplicium, -i
penalty, death penalty
celer, celeris, celere
fast, quick
tenēre
to hold
arcere, arcui
to keep away from, block
via, -ae
street
docēre, docui, doctum
to teach
omnis, omne
every; all
frustra
in vain
admonēre
to admonish, warn
atrox (atrocis)
terrible, awful
innocens (innocentis)
innocent
servitus, -tutis
servitude, slavery
clam
in secret, stealthily
construere, -struxi, -structum
to build, construct
servare
to save
crudelis, crudele
cruel
tyrannus, -i
tyrant
immortalis, -e
immortal
navigium, -i
boat
insula, -ae
island
una cum
together with
ille, illa, illud
that (as opposed to 'this')
oceanus, -i
ocean, sea
ala, -ae
wing
volare
to fly
mortalis, -e
mortal
ut (with noun)
like, as
avis, avis
bird
sol, solis
sun
ardens, -ntis
burning
primus, -a, -um
the first
mater, matris
mother
vexare
to vex
quaerere
to search, look for
tandem
finally
negare
to deny
ut (with Conjunctive)
in order to, so that
igitur
therefore
sitis, sitis
thirst
liberi, -orum
children
potare
to drink
desinere
to refrain from
movēre
to move
mutare
to mutate, change
maledicere
to curse
suus, -a, -um
his, her (reflexive)
sedare
to settle (a need), e. g. quench thirst
regio, -onis
region, area
bonum, -i
a good, ware
iterum
again
cum (with Conjunctive)
since
forma, -ae
shape, form
profecto
indeed
quamvis
although
poeta, -ae
poet
sub
under, underneath
pius, -a, -um
pious, upright, compassionate
impius, -a, -um
ungodly, irreverent, wicked
placēre
to please
ingens, -ntis
immense
vis, viris (irr.!)
force, violence, strength, power
fieri
to become
summus, -a, -um
the highest, the greatest
postquam
after (with subclause)
fugere
to flee
effugere
to escape
irascere
to anger
flumen, fluminis
river
arbor, -oris
tree
vehemens
vehement, violent
vehementer
forcefully, strongly, violently
fortis, -e
strong
ira, -ae
anger
uxor, -oris
wife
mare, maris
sea
effundere
to pour out, pour forth
homo, hominis
man, human
animal, animalis
animal
mons, montis
mountain
tegere, texi, tectum
to cover, bury, conceal, protect
turris, turris
tower
silva, -ae
forest
leo, leonis
lion
defessus, -a, -um
weary, tired
tumulus, -i
heap of earth, mound
praecipitare
to cast down headlong
ascendere
to climb, go up
unda, -ae
wave, water
utilis, -e
useful
fidelis, -e
faithful
navis, navis
ship
beatus, -a, -um
blessed, fortunate
fere
approximately
monēre
warn, remind, advise
pulcher, -ra, -rum
beautiful
donare
to give as a present
atque / ac
and (stronger than "et")
insula, -ae
island
opulentus, -a, -um
rich
placare
to placate, appease
piscis, -is
fish
dignus, -a, -um
worthy
narrare
to tell
sors, sortis
fate
ornamentum, -i
piece of jewelry
iacere, ieci, iactum
to throw
iacēre
to lie, rest
piscator, -oris
fisherman
captare
to catch, capture
solum
only
cena, -ae
dinner, meal
emere
to buy
valde
very, much
nullus, -a, -um
nobody, none
contendere
to assert, contend, strive
pauci, -ae, -a
few
iustus, -a, -um
just
salus, salutis
health, safety, salvation
fallere
to deceive
iste, ista, istud
that one (sometimes negative)
mulier, mulieris
woman, wife
damnare
to condemn
flere, flevi, fletum
to cry, weep
accidere
to occur, happen
bestia, -ae
wild beast
stupēre
to wonder
talis, -e
such
gemma, -ae
gem, gemstone
falsus, -a, -um
fake, false
fraus, fraudis
fraud
mercator, -oris
merchant
minimus, -a, -um
the least
pretium, -i
price, value
avaritia, -ae
avarice
vox, vocis
voice
postridie
the next day
venia, -ae
mercy, pardon
implorare
to implore, beg
praestat
it is better
aequus, -a, -um
even, level
signum, -i
sign
nex, necis
violent death
certus, -a, -um
certain, sure
quin
why not
comes, comitis
companion, comrade
apte
aptly
causa, -ae
cause, reason, motive
tempus, temporis
time
tamen
nevertheless, however, still
ita
thus, in this manner
fortuna
luck, fortune
annus, -i
year
quoque
also, too
audire
to hear, listen
spectare
to watch
at
but
atque
and
bellum gerere
to wage war
cultus, -us
culture, cult
humanitas, -tatis
education, refinement, kindness
incolere
to cultivate, inhabit, reside somewhere
provincia, -ae
province
tertius, -a, -um
the third
lingua, -ae
language, tongue
proximus, -a, -um
nearest, closest, next
mercator, -oris
trader, businessman
appellare
to call, name, summon
pertinere
to pertain to, relate to, concern
propter-ea
for the reason
lex, legis
law
saepe
often
animus, -i
soul, spirit, intellect, character
impudenter
shamelessly
velle
to want (highly irregular)
tribuere
to give, assign, bestow
desiderare
to desire, wish for
confirmari
to be confirmed; make secure
coniungere
to connect, unite
cupiditas, -tatis
desire, passion
alter, altera, alterum
(the) other, another
suscipere
to receive, take up, take over
quicquam
any
honestus, -a, -um
honorable, respected, respectable, noble
diligere
to value, esteem, prize, love
tollere
to lift, pick up, take
vereri
to revere, respect
idem
the same
rivus, -i
small stream, brook
improbus, -a, -um
bad, criminal
bibere
to drink
laniger
wool-wearing
quaeso
please, I beg
de-currere
to run away from
veritas, -tatis
truth
mensis, -is
month
equidem
truly, for my part, indeed
corripere, corripui, correptum
to seize, violently take hold of
lacerare
to tear to pieces, slander someone
opprimere, oppressi, oppressum
to oppress, suppress, overpower
lavare
to wash, bathe
conviva, -ae
table companion, guest
balneum, -i
bath, place of bathing
miror
to wonder, marvel, be amazed; admire
coepire
to begin, undertake
verus, -a, -um
true, truthful, real
totus, -a, -um
whole, entire
tangere
to touch
licet
it is allowed, it is permitted
custos, custodis
guardian
ingeniosus, -a, -um
clever, ingenious
hilaris, -e
cheerful, lively, joyful, merry
poena, -ae
punishment
quondam
at one time, once, formerly
fallax
deceptive, deceitful, fallacious
senex, senecis
old man
severus, -a, -um
severe
aestimare
to estimate, esteem
occidere
to strike down, knock down, fall
nox, noctis
night
deinde / dein
afterwards, and then
usque
(continuing) until
scire
to know
tantus, -a, -um
such, so many, so great
malle
to prefer
ventus, -i
wind
oportet
it is proper/reasonable, one should/ought
mens, mentis
mind
officium, -i
duty, devotion
odi
to hate
fortasse
perhaps
sentire
to feel
quia
because
olim
once upon a time, at the time
classis, -is
class; fleet
vehere, vexi, vectum
to sail; carry, convey
ultra
beyond [us], transalpine
rarus, -a, -um
rare
orbis, -is
ring, circle, orbit; fig.: world
praeter
passing by, past
ignotus, -a, -um
unknown
asper, -a, -um
rough, harsh, severe
caelum, -i
sky, heaven
tristis, -e
sad, mournful
carmen, carminis
song, poem, incantation
edere
to bring forth, put forth, give out; eat
medius, -a, -um
middle, central, interior
quoniam
since, because, whereas
transgredi, transgressus
to cross
expellere, expuli, expulsum
to drive out, banish
evalesco, evalui
to grow strong
ob
to, for the purpose of
decet
it is seemly/proper/suitable
immo
nay, on the contrary
humilis, -e
humble
licet
it is allowed
turpis, -e
unseemly, dishonorable, disgraceful
existimare
to believe, consider
cenare
to dine
cena, -ae
meal
superbus, -a, -um
arrogant
consuetudo, -dinis
habit, custom
circumdare
to surround
onerare
to load, burden, oppress
onus, oneris
burden, load
felicis, -e
happy, lucky, fortunate
virgo, -inis
young girl, virgin; here: the slightest
sermo, -onis
speech, talk, conversation
os, oris
mouth, opening
os, ossis
bone
consuere
to sew together
cervix, -icis
neck
avertere
turn away, avert
convivium, -i
feast, banquet
tormentum, -i
torture
plebs, plebis
common people; assembly
ardor, ardoris
ardor, heat, impatience
plus
more
utor, uti, usus
to use, employ
proprius, -a, -um
own, special
aiere
to say, affirm
suadēre, suasi, suasum
to speak in favour, to recommend
dissuadēre
to speak against
prod-
forth, forward
turba, -ae
crowd
favēre
to favour
complēre, complevi, completum
to fill up, fulfil, complete
continēre, continui, contentum
to contain, keep in, restrain, hold together
orare
to speak, argue, entreat
reddere, reddidi, redditum
to give back, return
audēre, ausus sum
to dare
utique
at any rate, certainly
ante
before
universus, -a, -um
all together, whole, entire
carus, -a, -um
dear, precious, esteemed
gratus, -a, -um
grateful
gratia, -ae
gratefulness; grace
umquam
ever
accipere, accepi, acceptum
to take, receive, accept
salutare
to greet; wish well to
indulgere
to incline, indulge, concede, allow, be kind
frumentum, -i
grain
uti
to make use of, employ, profit by
nolle
not to wish, be unwilling
amittere
to part with, send away, dismiss
civitas, -tatis
citizenship
quamdiu
as long as, until, during, in as much as
statua, -ae
statue
restare, restiti
to stand still, withstand, oppose, resist
prohibere
to keep away, restrain, hinder, prevent
aliquot
some, a few, not many
sanctus, -a, -um
holy
potis, -e
able, capable
iacēre
to lie
tegere, texi, tectum
to cover; hide; protect
tectum, -i
shelter, roof, house
locus, -i
place
metus, -us
fear
producere
to bring forward, show
procedere, processi, processum
to move forward, advance
litus, litoris
beach
latus, lateris
side
nubes, -is
cloud
hortari
to urge
gravis, -e
heavy, weighty
adhuc
till now, till then, even now, yet
spicere, spexi, spectum
to look
tergus, -i
back
sequi
to follow