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umbra, ae
shadow
tuba, ae
trumpet
Lucia, ae
Lucy
porta, ae
gate, door
villa, ae
farmhouse
fabula,ae
story
provincia, ae
province
sella,ae
chair
Retro, Satana!
Get thee behind me Satan!
scientia, ae
knowledge
ara, ae
altar
casa,ae
cottage
cithara,ae
harp
taberna,ae
shop
natura,ae
nature
janua, ae
door, entrance
epistula,ae
letter
tabella, ae
tablet
culina,ae
kitchen
agricola, ae m.
farmer
poeta,ae, m.
poet
Natura non facit saltum
Nature does not make leaps
Magister dixit
The master has spoken
ager, agri
field
liber, libri
book
magister, magistri
master, teacher
Gallus,i
a Gaul
Romanus, i
a Roman
apostolus, i
apostle
Christianus, i
a Christian
lupus, i
wolf
Marcus, i
Mark
vicus, i
town, village
Repetitio mater studiorum
Repetition is the mother of learning
periculum, i
danger, peril
scutum, i
shield
studium, i
enthusiasm, zeal, learning
saeculum, i
time, period, age, world
Evangelium, i
Gospel
mandatum, i
command, commandment
principium, i
beginning, foundation
angleus, i
angel
puer, pueri
boy
vir, viri
man, husband
First Declension (nouns)
-a -ae
-ae -arum
-ae -is
-am -as
-a -is
Second Declension (nouns) ending in -er or -ir
-er or -ir -i
-i -orum
-o -is
-um -os
-o -is
a, ab
from, away from (prep. with abl.)
cum
with (prep. with abl.)
de
from, down from (prep. with abl.)
in
in, on (prep. with abl.)
sine
without (prep. with abl.)
in
in, into, against (prep. with acc.)
circum
around, about (prep. with acc.)
ad
to, near, toward (prep. with acc.)
per
through (prep. with acc.)
trans
across (prep. with acc.)
Hannibal ad portas!
Hannibal at the gates!
Present tense of sum
(I am) sum, es, est, sumus, estis, sunt
Imperfect tense of sum
(I was) eram, eras, erat, eramus, eratis, erant
Future tense of sum
(I will be) ero, eris, erit, erimus, eritis, erunt
voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatus
call
servo, are, avi, atus
guard, keep
aro (1)
plow
exspecto (1)
wait for, expect
tempto (1)
tempt
nato (1)
swim
erro (1)
err, wander
saluto (1)
greet
sto, stare, steti, status
stand
do, dare, dedi, datus
give
Errare est humanum.
-Seneca
To err is human.
-Seneca
moneo, monere,monui, monitus
warn
placeo, ere, ui,itus
please
valeo, valere
am strong, am well
augeo, augere
increase
caveo, cavere
guard against, beware of
fleo, flere
cry, weep
rideo, ridere
laugh
respondeo, respondere
answer, respond
maneo, manere
remain, stay
teneo, tenere
hold
caveat emptor
let the buyer beware
ago, agere
do, drive, act, treat
curro, currere
run
duco, decere, duxi, ductus
lead, guide
bibo, bibere
drink
rego, regere
rule
pono, ponere, posui, positus
put, place, set
trado, tradere
deliver up, hand over
cado, cadere
fall
credo, credere
believe
vivo, vivere
live
"Credo in unum Deum"
"I believe in one God"
defendo, defendere
defend
vinco, vincere, vici, victus
conquer
edo, edere
eat
tollo, tollere
raise (up), take away
cano, canere
sing
mitto, mittere, misi, missus
send
scribo, scibere
write
dico, dicere
say, tell
claudo, claudere
shut, close
peto, petere
seek, beg
"Arma virumque cano"
"I sing of arms and a man"
Third Conjugation Present Tense
o, is, it, imus, itis, unt
Third Conjugation Imperfect Tense
bam, bas, bat, bamus, batis, bant
audio, audire, audivi, auditus
hear
dormio, dormire, dormivi, dormitus
sleep
munio (4)
fortify, construct
impedio (4)
hinder, impede
scio (4)
know
finio (4)
finish, end, limit
punio (4)
punish
venio, venire
come
aperio, aperire
open
sentio, sentire
feel, perceive, think
"Ave Caesar - morituri te salutamus"
"Hail Caesar - we who are about to die salute you" - Roman gladiators
4th Conjugation Present Tense
(use audio: I hear)
audio, audis, adit, audimus, auditis, audiunt
hodie
today
cras
tomorrow
heri
yesterday
quod
because
quis
who?
quid
what?
ubi
where?
cur
why?
sed
but
nihil
nothing
"Hodie Christus natus est"
"Today Christ is born"
4th Conjugation Imperfect Tense (use audiebam: I was hearing)
audiebam, audiebas, audiebat, audiebamus, audiebatis, audiebant
clamor, clamoris
shouting, shout
orator, oratoris
speaker, orator
senator, senatoris
senator
mos, moris (m)
custom
timor, timoris
fear
voluntas, voluntatis
will, goodwill
pastor, pastoris
shepherd
virgo, virginis
virgin
lectio, lectionis
lesson
piscator, piscatoris
fisherman
Non oratorem,
non senatorem,
sed piscatorem
Not an orator,
not a senator,
but a fisherman
-St. Augustine
3rd Declension M and F
lex, leg-is, leg-i, leg-em, leg-e
leg-es, leg-um, leg-ibus, leg-es, leg-ibus
panis, panis, m.
bread
custos, custodis, c.
guard
tentatio, tentationis
tempation
pes, pedis, m
foot
dux, ducis
leader
libertas, libertatis
freedom, liberty
arbor, arboris, f.
tree
sol, solis, m.
sun
caritas, caritatis
love, charity
passio, passionis, f.
suffering
"Delenda est Carthago"
"Carthage must be destroyed" - Cato the Elder
avis, avis, f.
bird, sign, omen
ovis, ovis, f.
sheep
orbis, orbis, m.
world, orbit, circle
mens, mentis, f
mind, understanding
ars, artis, f
art, skill
nix, nivis, f
snow
finis, finis, m.
end, boundary
dens, dentis, m.
tooth
sedes, sedis, f.
seat, abode
civis, civis, c.
citizen
"Romanus civis sum"
"I am a Roman citizen"
iter, itineris, n.
journey, march, route
vuluns, vulneris
wound
sal, salis, m
salt, sea water
mare, maris
sea
carmen, carminis, n.
song
cor, cordis, n.
heart
rus, ruris
countryside
ver, veris,n.
spring (season)
opus, operis
work, deed
flumen, fluminis,n.
river
"O tempora, O mores!"
"O the times, O the customs!" - Cicero
"Etiam capillus unus habet umbram"
"Even one hair has a shadow" -Pubilus Syrus
undique
on (from) all sides
statim
at once, immediately
os, oris, n.
mouth
itaque
therefore
autem
however
etiam
also, even
tum
then, at that time
jus, juris
right
diu
for a long time
fons, fontis, m. (i-stem)
fountain, spring, source
adventus, us
arrival
equitatus, us
cavalry
exercitus, us
army
portus, us
harbor
senatus, us
senate
spiritus, us
spirit
fructus, us
fruit
usus, us
use, experience
lacus, us
lake
impetus, us
attack
"O praeclarum custodem ovium, lupum"
"O, exceelent protector of sheep, the wolf" - Cicero
"Dies Irae"
"Day of Wrath"
dies, diei, m.
day
acies, ei
battle line
fides, ei
faith, trust
res, ei
thing
spes, ei
hope
meridies, ei, m.
midday, noon
facies, ei
face
"Deo gratias"
Thanks be to God
clarus, a, um
clear, bright, famous
cupidus, a, um
eager, desirous
laetus, a, um
glad, joyful, happy
Christianus, a, um
Christian
Romanus, a, um
Roman
albus, a, um
white
alienus, a, um
unfavorable, foreign
almus, a, um
nurturing, kindly
verus, a, um
true
beatus, a, um
blessed
Fourth Declension
us, us, ui, um, u
us, uum, ibus, us, ibus
Third Declension Neuter
--, is, i, --, e
a, um, ibus, a, ibus
Fifth Declension
es, ei, ei, em, e
es, erum, ebus, es, ebus