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agricola
-ae m. farmer
aqua
-ae f. water
femina
-ae f. woman
fortuna
-ae f. fortune
Gallia
-ae f. Gaul
insula
-ae f. island
Italia
-ae f. Italy
lingua
-ae f. language, tounge
littera
-ae f. letter
memoria
-ae f. memory
natura
-ae f. nature
poeta
-ae m. poet
provincia
-ae f. province
puella
-ae f. girl
silva
-ae f. forest
vita
-ae f. life
amicitia
-ae f. friendship
patria
-ae f. country, homeland
amo
-are -avi -atus love
do
-are -avi -atus give
laudo
-are -avi -atus praise
navigo
-are -avi -atus sail
occupo
-are -avi -atus seize
paro
-are -avi -atus prepare
porto
-are -avi -atus carry
pugno
-are -avi -atus fight
specto
-are -avi -atus look at
voco
-are -avi -atus call
non
not
et
and
sed
but
ad
to (acc.)
cum
with (abl.)
Europa
-ae f. Europe
Germania
-ae f. Germany
Hispania
-ae f. Spain
nauta
-ae m. sailor
porta
-ae f. gate
Roma
-ae f. Rome
terra
-ae f. land
tuba
-ae f. trumpet
via
-ae f. road
villa
-ae f. farmhouse
quid?
what?
ubi?
where?
-ne
interrogative ending on first word of question (not on interrogative adj./adv.)
-que
and
ager
agri m. field
amicus
-i m. friend
annus
-i m. year
campus
-i m. field
dea
-ae f. goddess
deus
-i m. god
equus
equi m. horse
filia
-ae f. daughter
filius
fili m. son
gladius
gladi m. sword
legatus
-i m. lieutenant
ludus
-i m. school, game
nuntius
-i m. messenger, message
puer
pueri m. boy
servus
-i m. slave
vir
viri m. man, husband
bellum
-i n. war
caelum
-i n. sky
donum
-i n. gift
frumentum
-i n. grain
oppidum
-i n. town
periculum
-i n. danger
regnum
-i n. kingdom
verbum
-i n. word
a, ab
from (abl.)
ad
to, toward (acc.)
de
down from, about, concerning (abl.)
e, ex
out of (abl.)
in
in, inside, on (abl.), into (acc.)
sub
under (abl.), up to the foot of (acc.)
altus
-a, -um high, deep
bonus
-a, -um good
ferus
-a, -um fierce, wild
latus
-a, -um wide
longus
-a, -um long
magnus
-a, -um large, great
malus
-a, -um bad
meus
-a, -um my, mine
multus
-a, -um much, (pl., many)
parvus
-a, -um small, little
tuus
-a, -um your, yours
cum
with (abl.)
sine
without (abl.)
appelo
-are -avi -atus call, name
convoco
-are -avi -atus call together
exspecto
-are -avi -atus await
habito
-are -avi -atus live
laboro
-are -avi -atus work, suffer
narro
-are -avi -atus tell
nuntio
-are -avi -atus announce
supero
-are -avi -atus surpass, defeat
volo
-are -avi -atus fly
vulnero
-are -avi -atus wound
liber
-a -um free
miser
-a -um miserable, wretched
noster
nostra, nostrum our
pulcher
pulchra, pulchrum beautiful
sacer
sacra, sacrum sacred
vester
vestra, vestrum your, yours (pl.)
ante
before, in front of (acc.)
contra
against (acc.)
inter
between, among (acc.)
ob
on account of (acc.)
per
through (acc.)
post
after, behind (acc.)
propter
on accoun of (acc.)
trans
across (acc.)
bene
well
cras
tomorrow
cur
why?
diu
for a long time
heri
yesterday
hodie
today
iam
now, already
ibi
there
interim
meanwhile
male
badly
nunc
now
postea
afterwards
saepe
often
semper
always
tum
then
ubi
where, when, where?
ambulo
-are -avi -atus walk
clamo
-are -avi -atus shout
confirmo
-are -avi -atus strengthen, confirm
demonstro
-are -avi -atus show, demonstrate
libero
-are -avi -atus free
oppugno
-are -avi -atus attack
servo
-are -avi -atus save
sto
-are -avi -atus stand
tempto
-are -avi -atus try
Africa
-ae f. Africa
Asia
-ae f. Asia Minor
num
interrogative expecting no answer
nonne
interrogative expecting yes answer
animus
-i m. mind, spirit
arma
-orum n. (pl.) arms
auxilium
auxilia
-i n. aid
-orum n. (pl.) auxiliary troops
captivus
-i m. captive
castra
-orum n. (pl.) camp
consilium
-i n. plan
copia
copiae
-ae f. supply
-arum f. (pl.) troops
fama
-ae f. rumor, report, reputation
fuga
-ae f. flight
impedimentum
impedimenta
-i n. hindrance
-orum n. (pl.) baggage
numerus
-i m. number
proelium
-i n. battle
signum
-i n. signal
telum
-i n. weapon
audacia
-ae f. daring, boldness
carrus
-i m. cart
cura
-ae f. care
dominus
-i m. master
inopia
-ae f. lack
ira
-ae f. anger
liber
libri m. book
locus
loca
-i m. place
-orum n. (pl.)
magister
magistri m. teacher
poena
-ae f. punishment, penalty
populus
-i m. people
socius
soci m. ally
causa
-ae f. reason, cause
epistula
-ae f. letter, epistle
fabula
-ae f. story
hora
-ae f. hour
Iulia
-ae f. Julia
Iulius
-i m. Julius
Lucius
Luci m. Lucius
Marcus
-i m. Marcus
pecunia
-ae f. money
regina
-ae f. queen
albus
-a -um white
amicus
-a -um friendly
gratus
-a -um pleasing, welcome, grateful
inimicus
-a -um unfriendly, hostile
inimicus (noun)
-i m. enemy
niger
nigra nigrum black
novus
-a -um new
paratus
-a -um prepared
verus
-a -um true
celeritas
celeritatis f. swiftness
consul
consulis m. consul
dux
ducis m. leader
frater
fratris m. brother
imperator
imperatoris m. general
imperium
-i n. military power
mater
matris f. mother
miles
mililtis m. soldier
pater
patris m. father
rex
regis m. king
soror
sororis f. sister
delecto
-are -avi -atus please
mox
soon
Caesar
Caesaris m. Caesar
caput
capitis n. head
carmen
carminis n. song
corpus
corporis n. body
diligentia
-ae f. diligence
flumen
fluminis n. river
iter
itineris n. journey
nomen
nominis n. name
tempus
temporis n. time
vulnus
vulneris n. wound
Germanus
-a -um German
Graecus
-a -um Greek
Hispanus
-a -um Spanish
Romanus
-a -um Roman
animal
animalis n. (I-stem) animal
civis
civis m./f. (I-stem) citizen
finis
fines
finis m. (I-stem) end, boundary
finium m. (pl.) territory
gens
gentis f. (I-stem) tribe
hostis
hostis m. (I-stem) enemy
ignis
ignis m. (I-stem) fire
mare
maris n. (I-stem) sea
mons
montis m. (I-stem) mountain
mors
mortis f. (I-stem) death
navis
navis f. (I-stem) ship
panis
panis m. (I-stem) bread
pons
pontis m. (I-stem) bridge
urbs
urbis f. (I-stem) city
Helvetius
-a -um Helvetian
habeo
-ere -ui -itus have, hold
maneo
-ere, mansi, mansus remain
moneo
-ere -ui -itus warn
moveo
-ere, movi, motus move
sedeo
-ere, sedi, sessus sit
teneo
-ere, tenui, tentus hold
timeo
-ere, -ui, -- fear
video
-ere, vidi, visus see
acer
acris, acre fierce, sharp
audax
(1 ending) audacis bold
brevis
breve short
Britannus
-a -um British
celer
celeris, celere swift
facilis
facile easy
fortis
forte brave
Gallus
-a -um Gallic
gravis
grave heavy, severe, grave
omnis
omne all, every
potens
(1 ending) potentis powerful
similis
simile similar
Troianus
-a -um Trojan
aestas
aestatis f. summer
hiems
hiemis f. wihter
lux
lucis f. light
pax
pacis f. peace
salus
salutis f. safety, welfare
vox
vocis f. voice
debeo
-ere -ui -itus ought
doceo
-ere -ui doctus teach
prohibeo
-ere -ui -itus prohibit
respondeo
-ere respondi responsus respond
retineo
retinere retinui retentus hold back
terreo
terrere terrui territus frighten
Brittania
-ae f. Britain
cena
-ae f. dinner
fenestra
-ae f. window
Graecia
-ae f. Greece
Helvetia
-ae f. Helvetia
iniuria
-ae f. wrong, injustice
mensa
-ae f. table
pugna
-ae f. fight
sella
-ae f. chair, seat
Sicilia
-ae f. Sicily
Troia
-ae f. Troy
victoria
-ae f. victory
atque
and
aut...aut...
either... or...
aut
or
quod
because
si
if
et...et...
both...and...
ago
-ere egi actus do, drive
cogo
-ere coegi coactus collect, compel
defendo
-ere defendi defensus defend
duco
-ere duxi ductus lead
gero
-ere gessi gestus wage, carry on
mitto
-ere misi missus send
pono
-ere posui positus put
rego
-ere rexi rectus rule
relinquo
-ere reliqui relictus leave behind
surgo
-ere surrexi surrectus rise
trado
-ere tradidi traditus hand over
vinco
-ere vici victus defeat, conquer
antiquus
-a -um ancient, former
clarus
-a -um famous, clear
finitimus
-a -um neighboring
pauci
-ae -a (pl.) few
reliquus
-a -um remaining
cedo
-ere cessi cessus yeild
constituo
-ere constitui constitutus set up, decide, determine
deligo
-ere delegi delectus choose
discedo
-ere discessi discessus go away, leave
excedo
-ere excessi excessus go out of, leave
reduco
-ere reduxi reductus lead back
accipio
-ere accepi acceptus receive, accept
capio
-ere cepi captus capture
conficio
-ere confeci confectus finish
conicio
-ere conieci coniectus hurl, throw together
cupio
-ere cupivi cupitus wish, want
facio
-ere feci factus do, make
fugio
-ere fugi fugitus flee
iacio
-ere ieci iactus throw
incipio
-ere incepi inceptus begin
interficio
-ere interfeci interfectus kill
eques
equitis m. horseman pl. cavalry
pedes
peditis m. footman pl. infantry
is
ea id ei eae ea eius eius eius eorum earum eorum ei ei ei eis eis eis eum eam id eos eas ea eo ea eo eis eis eis this, that, he, she, it
hic
haec hoc hi hae haec huius huius huius horum harum horum huic huic huic his his his hunc hanc hoc hos has haec hoc hac hoc his his his this
ille
illa illud illi illae illa illius illius illius illorum illarum illorum illi illi illi illis illis illis illum illa illud illos illas illa illo illa illo illis illis illis that
bibo
-ere bibi -- drink
curro
-ere cucurri cursus run
dico
-ere dixi dictus say
edo
-ere edi esus eat
peto
-ere petivi petitus seek, beg, ask
scribo
-ere scripsi scriptus write
olim
once upon a time, formerly
auctoritas
auctoritatis f. authority
avis
avis f. (I-stem) bird
canis
canis m./f. (I-stem) dog
clamor
clamoris m. shout
iudex
iudicis m. judge
lapis
lapidis m. stone
legio
legionis f. legion
libertas
libertatis f. freedom
nox
noctis f. night
princeps
principis m. chief
timor
timoris m. fear
civitas
civitatis f. citizenship
homo
hominis m. man
hortus
-i m. garden
labor
laboris m. difficulty, work
lex
legis f. law
multitudo
multitudinis f. great number, crowd
pars
partis f. part
pes
pedis m. foot
virtus
virtutis f. bravery, courage
cibus
-i m. food
modus
-i m. measure, degree, manner, way
murus
-i m. wall
nihil
n. nothing
vinum
-i n. wine
amitto
-ere amisi amissus lose
committo
-ere commisi commissus entrust
expello
-ere expuli expulsus drive out
reddo
-ere reddidi redditus give back
adventus
-us m. arrival
cornu
-us m. horn, wing of army
cursus
-us m. course, running
domus
-us m. house
exercitus
-us m. army
exitus
-us m. departure, exit
fluctus
-us m. wave
impetus
-us m. attack
manus
-us m. hand, band of men
occasus
-us m. setting, downfall
passus
-us m. pace
portus
-us m. port
senatus
-us m. senate
usus
-us m. use
milia
milium n. (pl.) thousands
audio
-ire -ivi -itus hear
convenio
-ire conveni conventus come together
dormio
-ire -ivi -itus sleep
impedio
-ire -ivi -itus hinder
invenio
-ire inveni inventus come upon, find
munio
-ire -ivi -itus build, fortify
pervenio
-ire perveni perventus arrive
venio
-ire veni ventus come
etiam
also, even
tamen
nevertheless
nam
for
acies
aciei f. line of battle
dies
diei m. day
ianua
-ae f. door
lectus
-i m. bed
meridies
meridiei m. midday, noon
res
rei f. thing, affair
spes
spei f. hope, desire
gaudium
gaudi n. joy
officium
offici n. duty
praemium
praemi n. reward
tergum
-i n. back
praesidium
praesidi n. guard
absum
abesse abfui abfuturus be away
sum
esse fui futurus be
adsum
adesse adfui adfuturus be near
contineo
continere continui contentus hold together, restrain
inquam
inquis inquit inquiunt say
iubeo
-ere iussi iussus order
possum
posse potui -- be able
sustineo
-ere sustinui sustentus sustain, hold up
aequus
-a -um level, fair, just, equal
amplus
-a -um ample, large
barbarus
-a -um barbarous, strange, foreign
certus
-a -um certain
diligens
diligentis diligent, careful
felix
felicis happy, lucky
iniquus
-a -um unequal, uneven, unfair
iustus
-a -um just
laetus
-a -um happy, glad
notus
-a -um famous, well-known
tristis
triste sad
utilis
utile useful
quam
as, than
aureus
-a -um golden
cupidus
-a -um eager, desirous
dexter
dextra dextrum right
difficilis
difficile difficult
dissimilis
dissimile unlike
durus
-a -um hard, harsh
fidelis
fidele faithful
idoneus
-a -um suitable
nobilis
nobile noble, well-known
par
paris equal
posterus
-a -um following, next
propinquus
-a -um near, nearby
propior
propius nearer
proximus
-a -um nearest
sinister
sinistra sinistrum left
validus
-a -um strong
magis
more, more greatly
magnopere
greatly
maxime
most, most greatly, especially
nisi
unless, except, if... not...
plus
pluris n. more, a larger amount
medius
-a -um middle of
senex
senis -senior old
natu
by birth
prope
(adv.) nearly, almost
paulum
-i n. a little
cotidie
(adv.) daily
deinde
(adv.) then, next
eo
(adv.) there, to that place
huc
(adv.) here, to this place
illuc
(adv.) there, to that place
nondum
(adv.) not yet
numquam
(adv.) never
paene
(adv.) almost
quo
(interr. adv.) where to? to which place?
simul
(adv.) at the same time
statim
(adv.) at once, immediately
tandem
(adv.) at last, finally
atque
as (simul atque, aeque atque, pariter atque)
postquam
after
ut
how, since, as, when
alter
altera alterum the other
neuter
neutra neutrum neither
nullus
-a -um no, not any
solus
-a -um only, alone
totus
-a -um whole, entire
ullus
-a -um any
uter
utra utrum which?
alius
alia aliud other, another
uterque
utraque utrumque each
herba
-ae f. grass
subsidium
subsidi n. aid, support
toga
-ae f. toga
victor
victoris m. victor
alienus
-a -um another's, belonging to another
quisque
quidque each one
unde
(rel. adv.) whence, from where, from which (interr. adv.) whence?, where from?
undique
from all sides, from everywhere, on all sides
alius...alius...
one...another...
alter...alter...
the one...the other...
alius in 2 diff. cases; eg: alii...alteram...
some...one...;some...another...
alter in 2 diff. cases; eg: alter...alteram...
the one...one...;the other...the other...
bonus (comp and sup)
melior -ius; optimus
malus (comp and sup)
peior -ius; pessimus
magnus (comp and sup)
maior -ius; maximus
parvus (comp and sup)
minor minus; minimus
multi -ae -a (pl.) (comp and sup)
plures -a; plurimi -ae -a
exterior (sup)
extremus -outer; outermost, farthest, last, end of
inferior (sup)
infimus -lower; lowest, bottom of
interior (sup)
intimus -inner; innermost
prior (sup)
primus -former, earlier; first, foremost
propior (sup)
proximus -nearer; nearest, next
superior (sup)
summus -higher; highest
ulterior (sup)
ultimus -farther; farthest
multus (sup)
plurimus -most
claudo
-ere clausi clausus; close, shut
cresco
-ere crevi cretus; grow
desisto
-ere destiti destitus; leave off, stop
dubito
-are -avi -atus; doubt, hesitate
frango
-ere fregi fractus; break
instruo
-ere instruxi instructus; pile up, equip
iungo
-ere iunxi iunctus; join
lavo
-are lavi lautus; wash
ludo
-ere lusi lusus; play, mock
premo
-ere pressi pressus; press, crush, overpower
probo
-are -avi -atus; prove, approve of
recipio
-ere recepi receptus; receive, accept
remitto
-ere remisi remissus; send back
removeo
-ere removi remotus; move back
traho
-ere traxi tractus; draw, drag
valeo
-ere valui valitus; be well, be strong