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ā, ab
(prep+abl)
away from
from
by
acerbus -a -um
(adj)
bitter, gloomy, dark
harsh, grievous
ācer, ācris, ācre
(3rd adj)
sharp, keen, eager
severe, fierce
ad
(prep+acc)
to, up to near to
admittō, admittere, admīsī, admissum
(3c)
to admit, recieve, let in
adulēscēns, adulēscentis
(3d m+f)
young man/woman, youth
teenager, lad/lass
adulēscentia, -ae
(1d f)
youth
aequus -a -um
(adj)
level, even, calm
equal, just, favorable
aetās, aetātis
(3d f)
an age, stage
period of life, time, era
ager, agrī
(2d m)
field, farm, acre
agō, agere, agēgī, āctum
(3c)
to spend time, live/manage
drive, lead
agricola, -ae
(1d m)
farmer
alius, alia, aliud
(adj)
other, another
someone else, something else
alō, alere, aluī, altum
(3c)
nourish, cherish, support
sustain, maintain, keep
alter, altera, alterum
(adj)
the second, the other one
alter ... alter
the one ... the other
aliī ... aliī
some ... others
amābō tē
(idiom)
please
amīca, -ae
(1d f)
girlfriend
amīcitia, -ae
(1d f)
friendship
amīcus, amīcī
(2d m)
firend, comrade
amīcus -a -um
(adj)
friendly
āmittō, āmittere, āmīsī,amissum
(3c)
to lose, let go, send away
amō, amāre, amāvī, amātum
(1c)
to love, like, be fond of
cherish
amor, amōris
(3c m)
love, affection
infatuation, passion
animal, animālis
(3d n)
animal, living creature
animus, animī
(2d m)
soul, spirit, mind
annus , annī
(2d m)
year
ante
(prep+acc)
before, in front of

(adv)
before, previously
antīquus -a -um
(adj)
ancient, old, hoary
apellō, apellāre, apellāvī, apellātum
(1c)
to call, name summon;
to speak, to address
aqua, -ae
(1d f)
water
argūmentum, argūmentī
(2d n)
proof, evidence, argument
ars, artis
(3d f istem)
art, skill, method
technique, conduct, character
asper, aspera, asperum
(adj)
rough, harsh
Asia, -ae
(1d f)
asia minor
at
(conj)
but; but, mind you;
but, you say
(more emotional than sed)
atque
ac [as prefix before consonate]
(conj)
and, and also, and even
auctor, auctōris
(3d m)
author, originator, increaser
audeō, audēre, ausus sum
(2c)
to dare
audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītum
(4c)
to hear, hearken, listen to
audītor, audītōris
(3d m)
hearer, listener
member of an audience
auris, auris
(3d f istem)
ear
aut
(conj)
or
aut ... aut
either ... or
autem
(conj)
moreover, however
avārus -a -um
(adj)
greedy, avaricious