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a, ab, abs
(away) from, by
ac, atque
and, also
accipio, ere, cepi, ceptus
receive
accept
learn
hear
conceive
ad
to
toward
at
near
about

(acc.)
adsum, esse, fui
be present
assist
aequor, oris, n.
sea
waves
plain
age, agite (ago)
up!
come!
lead on!
agmen, agminis, n.
army
line
troop
ago, agere, egi, actus
lead
drive
do
treat
pass
conduct
ajo, ais, ait; ajnt
say
speak
assert
alius, a, ud
other
another
else
altus, a, um
(on) high
lofty
deep
amor, oris, m.
love
desire
passion
anima, ae, f.
air
breath
life
soul
shade
animus, i, m.
soul
spirit
breath
courage
anger
pride
purpose
thought
ante
before (acc.)
sooner
previously
antiquus, a, um
ANCIENT

old
aged
former
of olden times
time-honored
ara, ae, f.
altar
ardeo, ere, arsi, arsus
burn
be eager
arma, orum
ARMS
equipment
tools
arvum, i, n.
plowed land
field
region
arx, arcis, f.
citadel
fort
height
hill
at, ast
but
yet
however
at least
ater
atra
atrum
black
gloomy
deadly
atque, ac
and
also
as
than
audio
audire
audivi (ii)
auditus
hear (of)
hearken
aura, ae, f.
breeze
air
favor
light
aurum, i, n.
gold (object, equipment)
bellum, i, n.
warfare
war
combat
fight
caelum, i, n.
sky
heaven
weather
campus, i, m.
plain
field
level surface
capio
capere
cepi
captus
take
seize
catch
captivate
deceive
occupy
caput
capitis
head
summit
life
person
casus, us, m.
chance
(mis)fortune
fall
cerno
cernere
crevi
cretus
discern
perceive
understand
decide
fight
circum
around
about
at
near
(acc.)
clamor
clamoris, m.
shout
roar
applause
classis, is, f.
fleet
army
ship
comes, itis,
comrade
follower
conjunx
conjugis
husband, wife
corpus, oris, n.
body
corpse
form
cum (conj.)
when
while
since
although
cum (prep)
with (abl.)
cunctus, a, um
all
whole
entire
cura, ae, f
care
anxiety
grief
love
cursus, us
course
running
de
(down, away) from
of
concerning
according to
(abl.)
dea, ae, f.
goddess
deus, i, m.
god
divinity
dexter, ra, rum
right (hand)
favorable
dico
dicere
dixi
dictus
say
speak
tell
call
name
describe
dictum, i, n.
word
speech
command
dies
diei
day
time
season
divus, a, um
divine
heavenly
deified
do
dare
dedi
datus
give (forth)
grant
allow
bestow
put
place
make
domus, us, f.
household
home
abode
family
race
line
donum, i, n.
gift
offering
prize
reward
duco
ducere
duxi
ductus
lead
draw (out)
protract
produce
think
dum
while
as long as
until
provided
e, ex
out of
from
according to (abl.)
ego, mei
I
eo, ire, ivi, itus
go
proceed
come
equus, i, m.
horse
steed
charger
eripio
eripere
eripui
ereptus
snatch (from)
tear away
rescue
hasten
erro (1)
stray
wander
err
linger
ex, e
out of
from
according to
facio
facere
feci
factus
do
make
perform
grant
offer
suppose
fama, ae, f
fame
report
reputation
fatum, i, n.
fate
destiny
doom
fero
ferre
tuli
latus
bear
endure
wear
report
say
carry (off)
plumder
extol
tend
grant
offer
ferrum, i, n.
iron
sword
weapon
fessus, a, um
tired
weary
feeble
worn
finis, is, m.
end
limit
border
country
goal
starting-place
flamma, ae, f.
flame
fire
torch
love
fluctus, us, m.
wave
tide
flood
sea
for, fari, fatus
speak
say
tell
utter
fors
fortis
chance
fortune
fortuna, ae, f.
fortune
chance
luck
fuga, ae, f.
flight
haste
exile
speed
fugio
fugere
fugi
flee (from)
escape
shun
fundo
fundere
fudi
fusus
pour (out)
shed
lay low
slay
rout
furo
furere
furui
rage
rave
be frantic
futurus, a, um
future
destined (to be)
impending
about to be
geminus, a, um
twin
double two
genitor, oris, m.
father
begetter
sire
gens
gentis
clan
race
nation
herd
genus, eris, n.
birth
origin
race
descendant
kind
family
habeo
habere
habui
habitus
have
hold
consider
haud
not
by no means
not at all
heu
alas!
ah!
oh me!
hic
here
there
hereupon
hic, haec, hoc
this
that
he
she
it
hinc
from this place
hence
thence
honos, oris
honor
glory
reward
offering
sacrifice
charm
grace
huc
to this place
hither
here
idem
eadem
idem
same
the same
ignis, is
fire
flame
light
lightning
star
passion
love
fury
wrath
ille
illa
illud
that
he
she
it
immanis, e
huge
monstrous
enormous
mighty
dreadful
imperium, i
command
power
dominion
rule
sway
mastery
infelix, icis
unfortunate
accursed
unhappy
inferus, a, um
low
below
underneath
ingens, entis
enormous
mighty
huge
inter
between
among
during (acc.)
ira, ae, f.
wrath
rage
anger
passion
jam
now
already
finally
at once
jubeo
jubere
jussi
jussus
command
order
bid
urge
labor, i, psus
slip (by)
slide
labos, oris, m
labor
hardship
task
lacrima, ae, f.
tear
compassion
laetus, a, um
happy
fertile
fat
sleek
limen, inis, n
threshold
doorway
entrance
litus, oris
shore
strand
coast
beach
locus, i
place
region
longus, a, um
long
wide
distant
lumen, inis, n.
light
lamp
eye
life
lux, lucis
light
sun
day
life
glory
magnus, a, um
great
large
huge
vast
noble
maneo
manere
mansi
mansus
remain
abide
linger
stay
await
manus, us,
hand
mare, is, n.
sea
mater, tris, f.
mother
matron
medius, a, um
middle
intermediate
mens, mentis
mind
feeling
intention
meus, a, um
my (own)
mine
miser, era, erum
miserable
unhappy
wretched
mitto
mittere
misi
misus
send
hurl
dismiss
let go
moenia, ium, n.
walls
city
structures
mons, montis
mountain
height
mors, rtis
death
destruction
ruin
moveo
movere
movi
motus
move
ponder
multus, a, um
many
much
abundant
munus, eris
fnction
duty
gift
nam, namque
for
indeed
truly
natus, i
son
child
young
navis, is
ship
boat
noster, tra, trum
our (own)
ours
novus, a, um
new
young
strange
late
nox, noctis
night
darkness
sleep
nullus, a, um
none
no
no one
numen, inis
divinity
divine power
nunc
(but)now
soon
as it is
oculus, i
eye
omnis, e
all
every
whole
ora, ae
shore
coast
region
border
os, oris
mouth
face
speech
parens
parentis
parent
ancestor
father
mother
pero
perare
peravi
peratus
make (ready)
pars
partis, f.
part
portion
share
side
patrius, a, um
paternal
ancestral
native
pectus
pectoris
breast
heart
soul
pelagus, i, n.
sea
flood
waves
per
through
by (means of)
over
among
because of
during
(acc.)
pes
pedis, m.
foot

sheet-rope
sheet
peto
petere
petivi (ii)
petitus
seek
attack
aim (at)
ask
scan
pius, a, um
devoted
loyal
righteous
poena, ae, f.
punishment
penalty
pono
ponere
posui
positus
be able
can
avail
primus, a, um
first
foremost
chief
procul
far
at a distance
puer, i, m.
boy
child
puppis, is, f.
stern
ship
vessel
galley
quaero
quaere
quaesivi
quaesitus
seek (in vain)
miss
inquire
ask
try
qui
quae
quod
who
which
what
that
quondam
(at) some time
formerly
ever
quis
quid
who?
which?
what?
why?
refero
ferre
tuli
latus
bear back
restore
carry off
reproduce
renew
recall
regina, ae, f.
queen
regnum, i, n.
royal power
kingdom
realm
rule
sway
relinquo
relinquere
reliqui
relictus
leave
desert
surrender
abandon
relinquish
remus, i, m.
oar
res, rei, f.
thing
affair
matter
deed
fact
fortune
state
commonwealth
rex, regis, m.
king
ruo
ruere
rui
ruitus
fall
rush
sink
plow
sacer
sacra
sacrum
sacred
holy
consecrated
accursed
sanguis
sanginis, m.
blood
race
descendent
saxum, i, n.
stone
rock
reef
cliff
crag
sed
but
moreover
however
sedes, is, f.
seat
abode
habitation
sequor, i
secutus
follow
attend
pursue
accompany
servo (1)
observe
watch
si
whether
if (only)
in case that
sic
thus
so
in this manner
sidus
sideris, n.
star
constellation
meteor
silva, ae, f.
forest
wood(s)
socius, i, m.
ally
comrade
follower
solus, a, um
only
alone
lonely
sole
somnus, i, m.
sleep
slumber
dream
sto
stare
steti
status
stand (fast, up)
halt
endure
stick (to)
remain
sub
(from) under
close (to)
beneath
subeo
subire
subivi
subitus
go under
bear
approach
enter
sum
esse
fui
futurus
be
exist
super
above
beyond
in addition
superus, a, um
upper
higher
above
surgo
surgere
surrexi
surrectus
raise
arise
spring up
surge
talis, e
such
of such sort
the following
tandem
at length
finally
tantus, a, um
so great
so much
so far
tectum, i, n.
roof
house
home
abode
tellus
telluris, f.
earth
land
country
telum, i, n.
weapon
wound
blow
tempus
temporis, n.
time
occasion
tendo
tendere
tetendi
tentus
stretch
hasten
strive
extend
teneo
tenere
tenui
tenetus
have
hold
restrain
terra, ae, f.
earth
land
country
soil
Teucrus, a, um
Teucrian
Trojan
tollo
tollere
sustuli
sublatus
lift
raise
upheave
stir up
totus, a, um
all
every
whole
full
traho
trahere
traxi
tractus
drag (out)
draw (in)
lead
protract
tristis,e
sad
unhappy
dreary
fatal
tu, tui
you
tum, tunc
then
at that time
tuus, a, um
your(s)
your own
ubi
where
when
as soon as
ullus, a, um
any
any one
umbra, ae, f.
shade
shadow
ghost
umerus, i, m.
shoulder
unda, ae, f.
wave
billow
water
sea
unus, a, um
one
only
alone
single
urbs, urbis, f.
city
town
vastus, a, um
desolate
vast
enormous
vates, is, m(f)
prophet
seer
bard
velum, i, n.
cloth
canvas
sail
venio
venire
veni
ventus
come
go
ventus, i, m.
wind
breeze
blast
air
via, ae, f.
way
journey
road
street
victor, oris, m.
victor

(adj-victorious)
video, videre, vidi, visus
see
perceive

appear (passive)
vinco, ere, vici, victus
conquer
surpass
vir, i, m.
man
hero
husband
vis, vis, f.
force
violence
energy
vires
forces
vita, ae, f.
life
soul
spirit
vix
scarcely
feebly
with difficulty
voco (1)
call
name
address
volo
velle
volui
will
wish
be willing
volvo, ere, i, volutus
revolve
(un)roll
undergo
vox
vocis, f.
voice
word
speech
sound