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Nato, Natare, Natavi, Natatus`
to swim
Patior, Pati, Passus sum
to suffer, endure
Vereor, Vereri, Veritus sum
to be afraid, fear
Nascor, Nasci, Natus sum
to be born
Desilio, Desilire, Desilui
to leap down
Gaudeo, Gaudere, Gavissus sum
Semi Deponent;
to be glad
Pareo, Parere, Parui
Takes Dative;
to obey
Sequor, Segui, Secutus sum
to follow
Disco, Discere, Didici
to learn
Sepelio, Sepelire, Sepelivi, Sepultus
to bury
Conor, Conari, Conatus sum
to try
Arcesso, Arcessere, Arcessivi, Arcessitus
to summon, send for
Ingredior, Ingredi, Ingressus sum
to enter
Loquor, Loqui, Locutus sum
to speak, talk
Audio, Audire, Audivi, Auditus
to hear
Audeo, Audere, Ausus sum
Semi Deponent plus infinitive;
to dare
Soleo, Solere, Solitus sum
to be accustomed to
Proficiscor, Proficisci, Profectus sum
to set out, leave
Relinquo, Relinquere, Relinqui, Relictus
to leave behind
Habito, Habitare, Habitavi, Habitatus
to live
eo, ire, ivi, iturus
to go
Ambulo, Ambulare, Ambulavi, Ambulaturus
to walk
Appropinquo, Appropinquare, Appropinquavi, Appropinquaturus
takes dative or (ad + Acc)
to approach, come near
Repllo, Repellere, Reppuli, Repulsus
to drive off
Regredior, Regredi, Regressus sum
to go back, return
Cupio, Cupere, Cupivi, Cupitus
to desire, want
Verbero, Verberare, Verberavi, Verberatus
to beat, whip
Volo, Velle, Volui
to wish
Mitto, Mittere, Misi, Missus
to send
Sum, Esse, Fui, Futurus
to be
Invenio, Invenire, Inveni, Inventus
to find
Sedeo, Sedere, Sedi, Sessurus
to sit
Iacto, Iactare, Iactavi, Iactatus
to toss above
Advenio, Advenire, Adveni, Adventurus
to arrive at
Rogo, Rogare, Rogavi, Rogatus
to ask
Respondeo, Respondere, Respondi, Responsurus
to reply
Teneo, Tenere, Tenui, Tentus
to hold
Diu
Adv. For a long time

Diutius, Diutissime
Sero
Adv. Late

Serius, Serissime
Eleganter
Adv. Elegantly

Elegantius, Elegantissime
Elegons, Elegantis
Adj. Elegant
Magnus, a, um
Adj. Big, great

Maior, Maius; Maximus, a, um
Magnopere
Adv. Greatly

Magis, Maxime
Celer, Celeris, Celere
Adj. Quick

** Rime
Celeriter
Adv. Quickly

** Rime
Facilis, is, e
Adj. Easy

** lime
Facile
Adv. Easily

** lime
Difficiliter
Adv. With Difficulty

** lime
Difficilis, is, e
Adj. Difficult

** lime
Bonus, a, um
Adj good

Melior, Melius; Optime
Crudelis, is, e
Adj. Cruel
Credeliter
Adv. Cruelly
Multi, ae, a
Adj. Many

Plures, Plura- more; Plurimi, ae, a- most
Multum
Adv. Much

Plus- more; Plurimum- most
Ferox, Ferocis
Adj. Fierce
Ferociter
Adv. Fiercely
Plenus, a, um
Adj. full
Quidem
Adv. indeed
tempestas, tempestatis, (f)
storm
Discipulus, Discipuli (m)
Student