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me'
Pronoun: me, myself
quid
pronoun: what
nihil
noun: nothing
no'n
adverb: not
saepe
adverb: often
si'
conunction: if
amo', amare
verb: to love, like
amabo' te'
idiom: please
cogito'
verb: to think, ponder, plan
debeo'
verb: to owe, ought, must
do', dare
verb: to give
erro', errare
verb: to error, to go astray
laudo', laudare
verb: to praise
moneo', monere
verb: to advise, warn
salveo', salvere
verb: to be well
salve, salvete
greeting
servo', servare
verb: to preserve, guard
co'nservo', co'nservare
verb: to preserve, maintain (stronger form of servo')
terreo', terrere
verb: to frighten
valeo', valere
verb: to be strong, have power
vale', vale'te
goodbye
video', videre
verb: to see, observe, understand
voco', vocare
verb: to call, summon
fa'ma, fa'mae
noun (f.): fame, rumor, reputation
fo'rma, fo'rmae
noun (f.): beauty, form, shape
fortu'na, fortu'nae
noun (f.): fortune, luck
i'ra, i'rae
noun (f.): anger, ire
nauta, nautae
noun (m.): sailor
patria, patriae
noun (f.): fatherland, country
pecu'nia, pecu'niae
noun (f.): money
philosophia, philosophiae
noun (f.): philosophy
poena, poenae
noun (f.): penalty, punishment
poe'ta, poe'tae
noun (m.): poet
porta, portae
noun (f.): gate, portal
puella, puellae
noun (f.): girl
rosa, rosae
noun (f.): rose
sententia, sententiae
noun (f.): feeling, thought, opinion, sentence
vi'ta, vi'tae
noun (f.): life
anti'qua, anti'quae
adjective: ancient
magna, magnae
adjective: large, great, important
mea, meae
adj.: my
multa, multae
adj.: many, much
tua, tuae
adj.: your (used when speaking to one person)
et
conjunction: and
sed
conjunction: but
sine
preposition: without
est
is
ager, agri'
noun (m.): field, farm
agricola, agricolae
noun (m.): farmer
ami'ca, ami'cae
ami'cus, ami'ci'
noun(f.): female friend
noun(m.): male friend
fe'mina, fe'minae
noun(f.): woman
fi'lia, fi'liae
fi'lia'bus
noun(f.): daughter
fi'lius, fi'lii'
noun(m.): son
numerus, numeri'
noun(m.): number
populus, populi'
noun(m.): the people, a nation
puer, pueri'
noun(m.): boy
sapientia, sapientiae
noun(f.): wisdom
vir, viri'
noun(m.): man, hero
ava'rus
ava'ra
adj.: greedy
pauci'
paucae
adj.: usually, pl. a few
Ro'manus, Ro'mana
adj.: Roman
de'
prep.: down from, concerning, about
prefix: down, way, aside, out
in
prep.: in, on
hodie'
adv: today
semper
adv: always
habeo', habere
verb: to have, possess, consider, regard
satio'
verb: to satisfy, sate
sum
I am
sumus
We are
es
You are (singular)
estis
You are (plural)
est
S/He is
sunt
They are
ba'sium, ba'sii'
noun(n.): kiss
bellum, belli'
noun(n.): war
co'nsilium, co'nsilii'
noun(n.): plan, purpose, judgement
cu'ra, cu'rae
noun(f.): care, attention
do'num, do'ni'
noun(n.): gift, present
exitium, exitii'
noun(n.): destruction, ruin
magister, magistri'
noun(m.): schoolmaster, teacher, master
mora, morae
noun(f.): delay
oculus, oculi'
noun(m.): eye
officium, officii'
noun(n.): duty, service
otium, otii'
noun(n.): leisure, peace
periculum, periculi'
noun(n.): danger, risk
remedium, remedii'
noun(n.): remedy
bellus, bella, bellum
adj: pretty, handsome, charming
bonus, bona, bonum
adj: good, kind
hu'manus, hu'mana, hu'manum
adj: pertaining to man, refined
malus, mala, malum
adj: bad, wicked, evil
parvus, parva, parvum
adj: small, little
stultus, stulta, stultum
adj: foolish
stultus, stulti'
noun(m.): a fool
ve'rus, ve'ra, ve'rum
adj: true, real, proper
iuvo', iuvare
verb: to help, aid
adule'scentia, adule'scentiae
noun(f.): youth, young manhood, youthfulness
animus, animi'
animi', animo'rum
noun(m.): soul, spirit, mind
pl. high spirits, pride, courage
caelum, caeli'
noun(n.): sky, heaven
culpa, culpae
noun(f.): fault, blame
gloria, gloriae
noun(f.): glory, fame
verbum, verbi'
noun(n.): word
te'
you, yourself
liber, libera, liberum
adj: free
noster, nostra, nostrum
our, ours
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
adj: beautiful, handsome, fine
sanus, sana, sanum
adj: sound, healthy, sane
igitur
therefore, consequently
propter
on account of, because of
cra's
tomorrow
heri'
yesterday
quando'
when
si' quando', if ever
satis
indecl. noun, enough, sufficient
tum
then, at that time, thereupon, in the next place
ceno'
to dine
culpo'
to blame, censure
remaneo', remanere
maneo', manere
to remain, stay, stay behind, abide, continue
supero'
to be above, have the upper hand, surpass, overcome, conquer
super
above
dea, deae
deus, dei'
noun(f.): goddess dat. and abl. pl. dea'bus
noun(m.): god nom. pl. di', dat. and abl. pl. di's
discipula, discipulae
discipulus, discipuli'
noun(f.) student
noun(m.) student
i'nsidiae, i'nsidia'rum
noun(f.): treachury, only in plural
tyrannus, tyranni'
noun: tyrant
vitium, vitii'
noun: fault/crime/vice
Graecus, -a, -um
adj: Greek
Graecus, -i'
noun: a Greek
perpetuus, -a, -um
adj: perpetual
ple'nus, -a, -um
adj: full, generous
salvus, -a, -um
adj: safe
secundus, -a, -um
adj: second, favorable
vester, vestra, vestrum
adj: yours (plural)
-que
enclitic conjunction, and
sed
conj. but
ubi
where? (where, when)
ibi
there
nunc
now, at present
qua're'
because of which thing
therefore, wherefore, why
possum, posse, potui'
to be able
tolero'
to endure, to bear, tolerate
amor, amo'ris
noun: love
carmen, carminis
noun: poem, song
ci'vita's, ci'vita'tis
noun: state
corpus, corporis
noun: body
homo', hominis
noun: human being, man
labor, labo'ris
noun: work, labor
littera, litterae
litterae, littera'rum
noun: sg. a letter of the alphabet, pl. a letter, literature
mo's, mo'ris
noun: sg. habit, pl. habits, character
no'men, no'minis
noun: name
pa'x, pa'cis
noun: peace
re'gi'na, re'gi'nae
noun: queen
re'x, re'gis
noun: king
tempus, temporis
noun: time, occasion, opportunity
terra, terrae
noun: earth, ground
uxor, uxo'ris
noun: wife
virgo', virginis
noun: maiden, virgin
virtu's, virtu'tis
noun: courage, excellence, virtue
novus, -a, -um
adj: new, strange
post
prep: after, behind
sub
prep: under, close to
audeo', aude're, ausus sum
to dare
neco', neca're, neca'vi', neca'tum
to kill
Cicero', Cicero'nis
noun: Cicero
co'pia, co'piae
co'piae, co'pia'rum
noun: sg. supply, abundance
pl. supplies, forces, troops
fra'ter, fra'tris
noun: brother
laus, laudis
noun: praise, glory, fame
li'berta's, li'berta'tis
noun: liberty
ratio', ratio'nis
noun: reckoning, judgement, reason
scri'ptor, scri'pto'ris
noun: writer, author
soror, soro'ris
noun: sister
victo'ria, -ae
noun: victory
dum
conj. while, as long as
ad
prep.: to, up to, near to
ex before consonants
e' before vowels
prep: out of, from
numquam
never
tamen
nevertheless, still
ago', agere, e'gi', a'ctum
to drive, lead
gra'tia's agere
to thank someone, give thanks to
de'mo'nstro' (1)
to point out, demonstrate
disco', discere, didici'
to learn
doceo', doce're, docui', doctum
to teach
du'co', du'cere, du'xi', ductum
to consider, regard
gero', gerere, gessi', gestum
to carry on, manage, conduct
scri'bo', scri'bere, scri'psi', scri'ptum
to write, compose
traho', trahere, tra'xi', tractum
to draw, drag, derive
vinco', vincere, vi'ci', victum
to conquer, overcome
locus, -i'
sing. m.: place, passage in literature
pl. n. places, region m. passages in literature
morbus, -i'
disease, sickness
studium, -ii'
eagerness, zeal, pursuit, study
hic, haec, hoc
this, the latter
sometimes he, she, it, they
ille, illa, illud
that, the former, the famous
he, she, it, they
iste, ista, istud
that of yours, that, such
sometimes with contempt
alius, -a, -ud
other, another
alter, altera, alterum
the other (of two), second
neuter, neutra, neutrum
not either, neither
nu'llus, -a, -um
alone, only, the only
no'n so'lum...sed etiam...
not only...but also...
to'tus, -a, -um
whole, entire
u'llus, -a, -um
any
u'nus, -a, -um
one, single, alone
uter, utra, utrum
either, which (of two)
enim
for, in fact, truly
in
into, toward; against
nimis or nimium
too, too much, excessively