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agitare
to chase
alius
another
amphitheatrum
a/the amphitheater
apparere
to appear
avarus
a/the miser
celeriter
quickly
conspicere
to notice, to catch sight off
contentio
a/the argument
cum+abl.
with
de+abl.
down from
deponere
to remove, to take off
dicere
to say
discedere
to leave
doctus
educated
duo
two
emere
to buy
esse
to be
evanescere
to vanish, to disappear
festinare
to hurry
fidelis
faithful
fur
a/the thief
gladiator
a/the gladiator
gladius
a/the sword
habitare
to live
heri
yesterday
hospes
a/the guest, host
incitare
to incite, to urge on
ingens
huge
inspicere
to examine
intellegere
to understand
lacrimare
to cry
lapideus
made of stone
libertus
a/the freedman
lucere
to shine
magnificus
magnificant
mons
a/the mountain
mortuus
dead
necare
to kill
nuntiare
to announce
parvus
small
pastor
a/the shepherd
portus
a/the harbor
post+acc.
after (ex. Post fabulam)
postquam
after, when (ex. Postquam cantavit)
pugna
a/the fight
pugnare
to fight
quod
because
rogare
to ask
serpens
a/the snake
soror
a/the sister
suaviter
sweetly
superare
to overcome
tacere
to be silent
terrere
to frighten
trahere
to drag
ululare
to howl
vagire
to wail
venire
to come
vibrare
to brandish, to wave
vivere
to live, to be alive.
abesse
to be absent
accusare
to accuse
actor
a/the actor
ad+acc
to, at
adesse
to be here
agere
to do, to act
agricola
a/the farmer
ambulare
to walk
amicus
a/the friend
ancilla
a/the slave girl
anulus
a/the ring
anxius
anxious
aperire
to open
argentaria
a/the banking place
argentarius
a/the banker
atrium
a/the reception hall
audire
to hear, to listen to
barba
a/the beard
basilica
a/the court house
bibere
to drink
bonus
good
canis
a/the dog
cantare
to sing
capere
to take
celare
to hide
celeriter
quickly
cena
a/the dinner
cenare
to have dinner
cera
a/the wax
cibus
a/the food
circumspectare
to look around
clamare
to shout
columba
a/the dove
consumere
to eat
contendere
to hurry
contentio
an argument
contentus
satisfied
convicere
to convict
coquere
to cook
coquus
a/the cook
cotidie
every day
cubiculam
a/the bedroom
currere
to run
culina
a/the kitchen
cur?
why?
dare
to give
delectare
to delight
debere
to owe
deliciae meae
my darling
discere
to learn
dormire
to sleep
ducere
to lead
e/ex +abl.
out of
ebrius
drunk
ecce!
look!
ego
I
emere
to buy
et
and
euge
great
exire
to exit
exspectare
to wait for
fabula
a/the play, story
facere
to make
femina
a/the women
ferociter
ferociously
filius
a/the son
fluere
to flow
fortis
brave, strong
forum
a/the business center
funambulus
a/the tightrope walker
furcifer
scoundrel
fustis
a/the stick
Graecus
Greek
gustare
to taste
habere
to have
hodie
today
hortus
a/the garden
ianua
a/the door
in+abl.
in, on
inquere
to say
intente
intently
intrare
to enter
iratus
angry
ita vero
yes
iudex
a/the judge
iuvenis
a/the teenager
laborare
to work
laetus
happy
Latinus
Latin
latrare
to bark
laudare
to praise
leo
a/the lion
lingua
a/the language
magnus
big, large
manere
to stay
mater
a/the mother
mendax
a/the liar
mensa
a/the table
mercator
a/the merchant
meus
my
mons
a/the mountain
multus
much
nauta
a/the sailor
navis
a/the ship
negotium
a/the business
nemo
no one
non
not
novacula
a/the razor
numerare
to count
nuntius
a/the messanger
occupatus
busy
omnis
all
optimus
excellent
otium
a/the leisure
otiosus
idle
parare
to prepare
paratus
ready
pater
a/the father
pavo
a/the peacock
pecunia
the money
per+acc
through
perterritus
terrified, scared
pestis
a/the pest
petere
to head for
pictor
a/the painter
pictura
a/the picture
pingere
to paint
plaudare
to applaud
poeta
a/the poet
Pompeianus
a/the Pompeian
porta
a/the gate
portare
to carry
portus
a/the harbor
probare
to prove
probus
honest
prope
near, close to
puella
a/the girl
puer
a/the boy
pulcher, pulchra
beautiful
pulsare
to knock on, to hit
quaerere
to look for
quid?
what?
quietus
quiet
quis?
who?
quoque
also
recitare
to recite
recumbere
to recline
reddere
to give back
res, rem
a/the thing
respondere
to answer
revenire
to come back
ridere
to laugh
ruere
to rush
salire
to jump
salutare
to greet
salve
hello!
sanguis
a/the blood
satis
enough
scaena
a/the stage
scribere
to write
scurrilis
obscene
secare
to cut
sed
but
sedere
to sit
sella
a/the chair
semisomnus
half asleep
semper
always
senex
a/the old man
servus
a/the slave
signum
a/the seal
spectare
to look at
spectator
a/the spectator
stare
to stand
suaviter
sweetly
subito
suddenly
surgere
to get up
taberna
a/the tavern
tablinum
a/the study
tamen
however
tandem
at last
testis
a/the witness
theatrum
a/the theater
tondere
to trim
tonsor
a/the barber
triclinium
a/the dining room
tu
you
turba
a/the crowd
tuus
your
ubi?
where?
urbs
a/the city
uxor
a/the wife
venlicius
a/the slave dealer
vendere
to sell
venire
to come
verberare
to strike
versus
a/the verse
vexare
to annoy
via
a/the street
videre
to see
villa
a/the house
vinum
a/the wine
vituperare
to curse
vocare
to call