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ago, agere
do, drive, discuss
alius alia aliud
other, another
alter, altera, alterum
other nother
amicus, amici
friend
amo amare
to love
anima animae
spirit, soul
animus, animi
mind, spirit
annus, anni
yea
appareo, apparere
appear
aqua, aquae
water
audio, audire
to hear
aut
or
bonus, a, um
good
clarus, a um
clear, famous
copia, copiae
abunance
corpus, corporis
body
credo, credere
to trust, believe
crudelis, e
cruel
dea, deae
goddess
deus, dei
god
dico, dicere
to say
do, dare
to give
domina, dominae
mistress
dominus, domini
master
duco, ducere
to lead
ego, mei
I, my
enim
for
et
and
etiam
even, also
facio, facere
to make, do
femina, feminae
female, woman
fero, ferre
to bear, carry
filia, filiae
daughter
filius, filii
son
fio, fieri
be made, become, happen
gero, gerere
wage, carry on, wear
hic, haec, hoc
this
homo, hominis
man, person
idem, eadem, idem
the same
ille, illa, illud
that, those
insula, insulae
island
is ea id
he she it
lego legere
to read
liber, libri
book
liber, libera, liberum
free (adj)
lingua, linguae
language, tounge
mater, matris
mother
miser, misera, miserum
poor, sad
mitto, mittere
to send
multus, a, um
many, much
nam
for
nihil
nothing
nolo, nolle
to not want
non
not
nos, nobis
we, us
noster, nostra, nostrum
our
novus, a, um
new, strange
nunc
now
pater, patris
father
pes, pedis
foot
poeta, ae
poet
pono, ere
to put, place
porto, are
to carry
possum,posse
to be able
primus, a, um
first
provincia, ae
providence
puella, ae
girl
puer, pueri
boy
qui, quae, quod
who which that
quod
because
rarus, a, um
rare, uncommon
rego, ere
to rule
res, rei
thing
rex regis
king
rogo, are
ask
sacer, sacra, sacrum
sacred, holy
saepe
often
salve(te)
hello
satis
enough
scio, ire
to know
scribo, ere
to write
sed
but
semper
always
sensus, us
sense, feeling
servus, i
slave
silva, ae
forrest
solus, a, um
alone
statua
statue
sto, stare
stand
sum, esse
to be
suus, a, um
his, hers
tamen
however
teneo, ere
hold, keep
terra, ae
land
tu, tui
you
tum
then
tuus, a, um
your
ubi
where, when
urbanus, a, um
of the city, urban
urbs, urbis
city
venio, ire
come
video, ere
see
volo, velle
want
ab, a
away from (ablative)
ad
to, towards, near (acc)
ante
before (acc)
apud
before, infront, in place of (acc)
circum
around (acc)
contra
against (acc)
cum
with (abl)
de
down from, about (abl)
ex, e
out of (abl)
extra
outside of (acc)
in
in, on (abl)
into, onto (acc)
infra
below (acc)
inter
between (acc)
intra
within (acc)
iuxta
around, near (acc)
ob
on account of (abl)
per
through (acc)
post
after (acc)
prae
before (abl)
praeter
past, beyond (acc)
pro
for (abl)
prope
near (acc)
propter
on account of, near (acc)
sine
without (abl)
sub
under (acc + abl)
super
above, over (both)
supra
over (acc)
tenus
as far as (abl)
trans
across (acc)
ultra
beyond (acc)
qualis, e
what (sort of) such as, like
carmen, carminis
song, poem
hic
here, in this place
factum, facti
deed
magnus, a, um
large, great
litus, litoris
shore
-ve
or
unda, undae
wave, water
fides, fidei
trust, belief, faith
immemor, immemoris
forgetful, unmindful
peto, petere, petivi, petitus
to seek
tantum
such a great quantity; so; only
inquam, -, inquii
to say
sive
or, whether
mitto, mittere, misi, missus
to send; to let go
sic
in this way, so this
fortuna, fortunae
fortune
et...et
both...and
ludo, ludere, lusi, lusus
to play, have fun
aetas, aetatis
age, lifetime; time
passer
sparrow
dum
while, as long as; until
divus, divi
god
omnis, e
all every
-que, -que...-que
and; both...and
venustus, a, um
charming, attractive
maestus, a, um
sad
accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptus
to receive, accept; to hear
eripio, eripere, eripui, ereptus
to snatch away, to rescue
dolor, doloris
pain, grief
simul
at the same time, together, as soon as
munum, muneris
duty, tribute; gift; service
si
if
cum
when, since; although
noster, nostra, nostrum;
our, ours
ac, atque
and, as
poeta, poetae
poet
certe
certainly
aequor, aequoris
water, sea surface
bene
well, quite
linteum, lintei
napkin, sail
talis, tale
such
nos, nostrum, nobis, nos, nobis
we, us
dulcis, dulce
sweet, dear, beloved
tam
so
nec, neque; nec...nec
and not, not, nor; neither...nor
nullus, a, um
no, none, no one
seu
or, whether
ne
so that not, that not
mollis, e
soft, gentle
saevus, a, um
savage
desero, deserere, deserui, desertus
to desert, abandon
seded, sedis
home
mors, mortis
death
quare
for what reason, why; therefore
malus, a, um
bad, evil
ut (uti)
so that, that;; as when; like; how
fugio, fugere, fugi, fugitus
to flee
pereo, perire, perii, peritus
to persih, to die; to be desperately in love
deliciae, deliciarum
delight, pleasure; darling, sweetheart
domus, domus
home, house
pectus, pectoris
chest; heart
cor, cordis
heart
totus, a, um
all, whole, entire
mens, mentis
mind
ipse, ipsa, ipsum,
himself, herself, itself
modo
only, now
potis
able, possible
luctus
grief
gaudeo, ere
to rejoice
furor
madness, passion
nequiquam
in vain
male
badly
lumen, luminis
light, eye
aura, ae
breeze, light
beatus, a, um
happy, blessed
vivo, ere
to live
primum
first, as soon as