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aqua, aquae
water/waters
insula, insulae
island, islands
silva, silvae
forest, forests
via, viae
street, road, way, streets, roads,
est
is, there is, he/she/it is
sunt
are, there are, they are
non
not
et
and
sed
but
insulae in sunt aquam
islands are in water
silvae et viae sunt bonam in Americam
The forests and roads are good in America
fama
report, fame
familia
family
fortuna
fortune, luck
puella
girl
terra
land, earth
vita
life
bona
good
dura
hard
magnus
great, large, big
parva
small
amant
they love, they like
portant
they carry
Sicilia est magna insula in Europa
Sicily is a great island in Europe
Manga est fama Siciliae, sed forutna Siciliae non bona est
Great is the fame of Sicily, but the fortune of Sicily is not good
Parvae puellae pupas amant.
The small girls like dolls.
Familiae Siciliam et fama Siciliae amant, sed fortunam duram non amant.
Familys in sicily love siciliy and the fame, but hard fortune they do not love.
agricola
farmer
longa
long
multa
much, many
nova
new, strange
amo, amare, amavi, amatus
love, like
laboro
work
paro
get ready, prepare
porto
carry
specto
watch, look at
minime
no, not at all
sic
yes, thus, so
Agricolae in Sardinia laborant.
The farmers on Sardina work.
Sardinia magna insula est et terra ibi dura est.
Sardina is a large island and land there is hard.
Aquam bonam amamus.
We love the good water.
give the latin personal endings for

o mus
s tis
t nt
o- I
s- you
t-he/she/it
mus- we
tis-you
nt- they
They are in order
carrus
cart, wagon
equus
horse
servus
slave
ma'lus
bad
erat
was, there was, he/she/it was
erant
were, there were, they were
laudo
praise
nunc
now
ubi
where
quod
because
Multae viae in Italia erant et sunt.
Many roads in Italy were and are.
Non nova est sed fama eius est magna, quod longa et bona via est.
Fame is not new but it's great, because there are long and good roads.
Agricola carrum bonum parat.
The farmer prepares the good cart.
cibus
food
copia
supply, abundance
cura
care
forma
shape
numerus
number
regina
queen
clarus
clear, famous
planus
level, flat
roma primo parva erat et Romani non multi erant.
Rome at first was small, and Rome was not many.
Fama Romae magna est.
Rome's fame is great.
nauta
sailor
pecunia
money
unda
wave
navigo
sail
cras
tomorrow
tum
then, next
ad
to towards, near
Ad Europam cras navigabo, tota familia navigabit.
I will sail towards Europe tomorrow, the entire family will sail.
Tum ad Germaniam et ad Austriam ibimus.
Then to Germany and towards Austraila we shall go.
Aquam bonam parabo.
I shall get good water.
amicus
friend
littera
letter
praeda
loot, booty
gratus
grateful, pleasing
dono
give, present to
mando
entrust give to
monstro
point out, show to
nuntio
announe, report to
probo
test, prove, approve
Insula parva est, sed grata nautis, quod terra firma est.
The island is small, but the sailors are grateful, because the land is strong.
iniuria
injustice, wrong, injury
memoria
memory
poena
punishment, penalty
provincia
province
pugna
fight, battle
victoria
victory
incito
excite, stir up
occupo
seize
servo
save, guard
Romani Gallis magnas poenas parant.
Rome for the Gall's have prepared great punishment.
Romani Galliam pugnis occupant.
The Romans seize the Gaul by fights.
filia
daughter
hora
hour
meus
my, mine
quintus
fifth
tuus
your, yours
paene
almost
semper
always
Filiae, filiae meae, paene quinta hora est.
Daughters, my daughter, it is almost the fifth hour.
Spectate, Cornelia in aqua est!
Look, Cornelia is in the water.
disciplina
training, instruction
lingua
tounge, language
patria
fatherland, country
augeo
increase
doceo
teach
habeo
have, hold
terreo
scare, frighten
Lingua Romanorum Latina erat.
Latin was the language of Rome
In Britannia, in Italia, in Gallia, in Americis, in multis terris et provinciis multi magistri linguam Latinam nunc docent et semper docebunt.
In Britan, Italy, Gallia, Ameria, in many lands and provinces many teachers now teach the language of latin and always they will teach.
amicitia
friendship
gloria
glory
gratia
gratitude, influence
materia
matter, timber
maneo
remain
video
see
in
in, on
ibi
there
In silva
IN a forest
Magna insula Britannia in amicitia Galliae manet.
Britain is a great island remain friendship with Gall.
Nautae in terra non manebunt.
The sailors on land will not remain.
Disciplina gloriam patriae augebimus.
The training for the fatherlands increases you in gratitude. ( ? )
In viis multos servos non video.
Many slaves do no see the road. ( ? )
casa
house
socius
ally, comrade
altus
high, tall, deep
libero
free
mereo
deserve, earn
teneo
hold, keep
Ubi est socius tuus Quintus?
Where is your ally Quintus?
captivus
prisoner
cena
dinner
singuli
one by one, one at a time
moveo
move
voco
call
a, ab
with abl. away from, from
de
with abl. down from, from, about, concerning
e, ex
with abl, out from, from, out of
Libera captivos, amice Marce.
free the captives Marcus
Spectate undas, filii mei et filiae meae.
Look at the waves my sons and daughters.
A via ambulant
They are walking away from the road
equi de Gallia ambulaverunt.
The horses walked down from Gaul.
E silva ambulavit
He walked out of from the forest.
ager
field
filius
son
magister
teacher
puer
boy
vir, viri
man,hero
amicus, amica, amicum
friendly
liber, libera, liberum
free
noster, nostra, nostrum
our
sacer, sacra, sacrum
sacred
Et erat Alexander magnus.
And Alexander was great.
Multas terras occupavit.
Many lands are seized. ( ? )
animus
mind, courage, spirit
colonus
settler, colonist
habito,
live, dwell
migro
depart, migrate
sum, esse, fui, futurus
be
in
into, onto, to against, in ,on
Carros ad aquam movent.
They move the carts to the water.
Carros in aquam movent.
They move the carts into the water.
Ad aquam sedet.
She is sitting near the water.
annus
year
barbarus
foreigner, barbarian
castra
camp
consilium
plan, advice
frumentum
grain
praemium
reward
signum
sign, standard, signal
barbarus
foreign
evoco
call out summon
arma
weapons, arms
auxilium
aid, help
bellum
war
concordia
harmony
nuntius
messanger
debeo
ought, owe
maturo
hasten
Errare est humanum
to err is human
amicos habere est gratum.
To have friends is pleasing.
servos liberare parat.
He prepares to free the slaves.
causa
cause, reason, case
dominus
master
oppidum
town
populus
people
aequus
even, just, calm
latus
wide
publicus
public
verus
true, real, not false
vester
your
quis
who
quid
what?
ubi
where? when?
ne
introduces questions
Spartacus fuit clarus servus, captivus romanorum.
Spartacus was clearly a slave, captive of Rome.
Magna erat concordia in patria nostra.
There had been Great harmony in our fatherland.
officium
duty
ago
do, drive, discuss, live, spend
cedo
move, away from, retreat, yield, give way
accedo
approach
excedo
depart
defendo
defend
exspecto
look out for await
mitto
let go, send
pono
put, place
templum
temple
pulcher
beautiful
capio
take, seize
accipio
receive
facio
do, make
munio
fortify
rego
rule, guide
venio
come
invenio
find, come upon
locus
place
pretium
price
terminus
end, boundary
duco
lead, draw
efficio
bring about, produce, effect
narro
tell relate
dea
goddess
deus
god
otium
leisure, peace
studium
eagerness, interest, pl. studies
commodus
suitable, convenient
varius
changing, various
dico
say, tell
fugio
run away, flee
valeo
be strong, be well
ita
so
firmus
strong, firm
perpetuus
constant
afficio
affect, afflict
gero
carry on, wage
incipio
take on, begin
cum
(abl ) with
liber
book
verbum
word
plenus
full
tardus
late, slow
audio
hear
contineo
hold ( together ) contain
traho
draw, drag
sententia
feeling, opinion, motto
medius
middle, middle of
convenio
come together
convoco
call together
reduco
lead back
poeta
poet
reliquus
remaining, rest ( of )
lego
gather, choose, read
scribo
write
numquam
never
que
and ( translated before the word to which it is joined)
finitimus
neighbor
proelium
battle
ventus
wind
pauci
few ( plural only )
committo
join together, commit, entrust
prepero
hasten, hurry
praesidium
guard, protection
appello
call, name
aut
or
aut....aut
either or
et...et
both and
neque ( or nec )
and not, nor
neque...neque
neither nor
periculum
danger
miser
unhappy, poor
amitto
let go, loose
pro
( with abl ) in front of, before, for
inimicus
unfriendly, hostile
absum
be away, absent
nosco
learn, in perfect tense, have learned, know
procedo
go forward, advance
produco
lead out
retineo
hold back, keep
iam
already, now
sine
( with abl ) without
ego, mei
of me, I
nos, nostrum
we, of us
tu, tui
you, of you ( sing.)
vos, vestrum
you, of you
integer
fresh, whole, untouched
cupio
desire, wish, want
dimitto
let go, send away
dubito
hesitate, doubt
olim
formerly, once ( upon a time )
ubi
when, where
porta
gate
discedo
go away, depart
iubeo
order
recipio
take back, recover
redigo
drive back, reduce
removeo
remove, move back
etiam
also, even
beneficium
kindness, benefit
exemplum
example
egregius
distinguished, excellent
propono
put forward, offer
suscipio
undertake, take up, start
per
with acc. through
sub
under, close up to
liberi
children
superbia
pride, arrogance
primus
first
superbus
proud, arrogant
adsum
be near, be present
educo
lead out
interficio
kill
permitto
let go through, allow
remaneo
stay behind, remain
tamen
nevertheless