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delectatio
delectationis f
delight pleasure enjoyment
nepos
nepotis m grandson descendant
sol
solis m sun
diligens
diligentis diligent careful
dissimilis
dissimile unlike different
humilis
humile humble
maior
maius greater older
primus -a -um
first chief
quot
how many
similis
simile +gen/dat similar to
superus -a -um
above upper
utilis
utile useful
arma
armorum n pl arms
cursus
cursus m running race, course
luna
lunae f moon
occasio
occasionis f occasion
parens
parentis m/f parent
stella
stellae f star
vesper
vesperis m evening
mortuus -a -um
dead
princeps
principis chief foremost
cedo
cedere cessi cessum to go, withdraw
dedico (1)
dedicate
egeo
egere egui +abl/gen to need, lack, want
expleo
explere explevi expletum to fill up, complete
praesto
praestare praestiti praestitum to excel, exhibit, show
taceo
tacere tacui tacitum be silent
cena
cenae f dinner
forum
fori n marketplace, forum
lex
legis f law
limen
liminis n threshold
lux
lucis f light
mensa
mensae f table
nox
noctis f night
somnus
somni m sleep
quidam
quadam quiddam a certain one/thing
pudicus -a -um
modest, chaste
superbus -a -um
arrogant, proud, haughty
tristis
triste sad
turpis
turpe ugly
urbanus -a -um
urban
prae
in front of, before
cena
cenae f dinner
forum
fori n marketplace, forum
lex
legis f law
limen
liminis n threshold
lux
lucis f light
mensa
mensae f table
nox
noctis f night
somnus
somni m sleep
quidam
quadam quiddam a certain one/thing
pudicus -a -um
modest, chaste
superbus -a -um
arrogant, proud, haughty
tristis
triste sad
turpis
turpe ugly
urbanus -a -um
urban
prae
in front of, before
quam
as ____ as possible
tantum
only
invito (1)
to entertain, invite
pono
ponere posui positum to put, place
probo (1)
to approve, reccomend, test
fatum
fati n fate
ingenium
ingenii n nature, innate talent
moenia
moenium n pl walls of a city
nata
nata f daughter
osculum
osculi n kiss
sidus
sideris n constellation, star
dignus -a -um
worthy
durus -a -um
hard, harsh, rough
tantus -a -um
so large, so great
denique
at last, finally
ita
so, thus
quidem
indeed, certainly
sic
so, thus
tam
so, to such a degree
vero
in truth
condo
condere condidi conditum to put together

(con+dare)
contendo
contendere contendi contentum to strive, struggle, contend
mollio
mollire mollivi mollitum to soften, make calm
pugno (1)
fight
respondeo
respondere respondi responsum to answer
surgo
surgere surrexi surrectum to get up, arise
honor
honoris m honor
ceteri -ae -a
the rest
quantus -a -um
how large/great
ridiculus -a -um
ridiculous
vivus -a -um
alive
furtim
secretly
mox
soon
primo
at first
repente
suddenly
unde
whence
utrum...an
whether...or
bibo
bibere bibi to drink
cognosco
cognoscere cognovi cognitum to become acquainted with, to recognize
comprehendo
comprehendere comprehendi comprehensum to greasph, comprehend
consumo
consumere consumpsi consumptum to consume
dubito (1)
to doubt
expono
exponere exposui expositum to expose
minuo
minuere minui minutum to lessen, diminish
rogo (1)
to ask
as
assis m an as
auxilium
auxilii n help
digitus
digiti m finger, toe
elephantus
elephanti m/f elephant
exsilium
exsilii n exile
invidia
invidiae f envy, jealousy
rumor
rumoris m rumor
vinum
vini n wine
mediocris
mediocre mediocre
apud
among
semel
once
usque
always
doleo
dolere dolui doliturum to grieve, to suffer
dormio
dormire dormivi dormitum to sleep
fero
ferre tuli latum to bear, carry
adfero
adferre attuli allatum to bring to
confero
conferre contuli collatum to bring together
offero
offerre obtuli oblatum to offer
refero
referre rettuli relatum to carry back
invideo
invidere invidi invisum to be envious +dat
occido
occidere occidi occasum to fall down
custodia
custodiae f protection, custody
pl - guards
exercitus
exercitus m army
paupertas
paupertatis f povery
dives
divitis rich
par
equal +dat
pauper
pauperis poor
dummodo
provided that
malo
malle malui to want more
nolo
nolle nolui to not wish
pateo
patere patui to be open
praebeo
praebere praebui praebitum to offer, provide
promitto
promittere promisi promissum to promise
volo
velle volui to wish
initium
initii n beginning
ops
opis f help
philosophus
philosophi m philosopher
plebs
plebis f the common people
sal
salis m salt
speculum
speculi n mirror
candidus -a -um
shining, beautiful
merus -a -um
pure, undiluted
suavis
suave sweet
heu
ah! alas!
subito
suddenly
recuso (1)
to refuse
trado
tradere tradidi traditum to surrender
anima
animae f soul spirit
remissio
remissionis f release
vox
vocis f voice
adversus -a -um
adverse
talis
tale such
vae
often +dat
arbitror
arbitrari arbitratus sum to judge, think
conor
conari conatus sum to try, attempt
cresco
crescere crevi cretum to increase
egredior
egredi egressus sum to go out
fateor
fateri fassus sum to confess, admit
hortor
hortari hortatus sum to encourage
loquor
loqui locutus sum to say,speak
molior
moliri molitus sum to work at, build
morior
mori mortuus sum to die
nascor
nasci natus sum to be born
patior
pati passus sum to suffer
proficiscor
proficisci profectus sum to set out
rusticor
rusticari rusticatus sum to live in the country
sedeo
sedere sedi sessum to sit
sequor
sequi secutus sum to follow
specto (1)
to look at
utor
uti usus sum + abl to use
aestas
aestatis f summer
ianua
ianuae f door
pectus
pectoris n breast
praemium
praemii n reward, prize
iratus -a -um
angry
antepono
anteponere anteposui antepositum to put before
foveo
fovere fovi fotum to comfort
ignosco
ignoscere ignovi ignotum +dat to forgive
impero (1)
to command +dat
miror
mirari miratus sum to marvel at, admire
noceo
nocere nocui nocitum + dat to harm
nubo
nubere nupsi nuptum to cover vail +dat
parco
parcere peperci parsurum +dat to spare
pareo
parere parui +dat to obey
persaudeo
persaudere persausi persausum + dat to persuade
placeo
placere placui placitum + dat to please
sapio
sapere sapivi to be wise
servio
servire servivi servitum + dat to serve
studeo
studere studui + dat to study
subrideo
subridere subrisi subrisum to smile down upon
cupido
cupidinis f desire passion
lector
lectoris m reader
vinculum
vinculi n chain
cotidie
daily
fortasse
perhaps
accedo
accedere accessi accessum to approach
carpo
carpere carpsi carptum to harvest, pluck, seize
cogo
cogere coegi coactum collect
contemno
contemnere contempsi contemptum to despise, scorn
contundo
contundere contudi contusum to beat, destroy
curo (1)
to care for
decerno
decernere decrevi decretum to decide, decree
exigo
exigere exegi exactum to drive out
fio
fieri factus sum to ouccur, become
oblecto (1)
to please
oro (1)
to speak
recreo (1)
to restore, revive
requiro
requirere requisivi requisitum to seek, ask for
sereno (1)
to sooth
athenae
athenarum f pl athens
domus
domus f home house
humus
humi f ground
iter
itineris n journey road
rus
ruris n the country
syracusae
syracusarum f pl syracuse
absens
absentis absent
gratus -a -um
grateful
idoneus -a -um
suitable, fit, appropriate
immotus -a -um
unmoved
foris
outside
eo
ire ii itum to go
interficio
interficere interfeci interfectum to kill
licet
licere licuit it is perimitted
peregrinor
peregrinari peregrinatus sum to travel abroad
requiesco
requiescere requievi requietum to rest
soleo
solere solutus sum to be accustomed
arbor
arboris f tree
dignitas
dignitatis f dignity
dolor
doloris m pain grief
odium
odii n hatred
opus
operis n work
oratio
orationis f speech
pes
pedis m foot
sator
satoris m sower
firmus -a -um
firm
infirmus -a -um
weak
mirabilis
mirabile amazing
pristinus -a -um
ancient
sublimis
sublime elevated, noble
etsi
even if
libenter
gladly
impedio
impedire impedivi impeditum to impede
metuo
metuere metui to fear
queror
queri questus sum to complain
recognosco
recognoscere recognovi recognitum to recognize
suspendo
suspendere suspendi suspensum to suspend
vendo
vendere vendidi venditum to sell
aedificium
aedificii n building
iniuria
iniuriae f injury
mulier
mulieris f woman
transitus
transitus m transit
ventus
venti m wind
cupidus -a -um
desirous
liberalis
liberale relating to a free person
necesse
neccessary
vetus
veteris old
quasi
as if
ambulo (1)
to walk
experior
experiri expertus sum to experience
libo (1)
to pour ritually
oportet
oportere oportuit to its right, proper, necessary
oppugno (1)
to fight against
orno (1)
to adorn
pernocto (1)
to spend the night
transeo
transire transii transitum to go across
aes
aeris n bronze
dominus
domini m master
domina
dominae f mistress
lacrrima
lacrimae f tear
meta
metae f turning point, limit
monumentum
monumenti n monument
nasus
nasi m nose
saxum
saxi n rock
vultus
vultus m face
iustus -a -um
just, right
tot
so many
praeter
besides, except
nonne
implies yes
num
implies no
omino
wholly, enitrely
postremum
after all
quin
indeed, in fact
explico (1)
explain
fatigo (1)
to tire out
for
fari fatus sum to speak
opinor
opinari opinatus sum to suppose
reperio
reperire repperi repertum to find, discover
vereor
vereri veritus sum to fear