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SALVEO
TO BE WELL
QUID
WHAT
DEBEO
TO OWE
DO, DARE
TO GIVE
TERREO
TO FRIGHTEN
VALEO
TO HOLD POWER
PECCARE
TO SIN
BIS
TWICE
CITO
QUICKLY
HODIE
TODAY
POENA
PENALTY
POENA
PENALTY
VINIA
FAVOR
DEPORTARE
TO CARRY AWAY
RECUSARE
TO REFUSE
TURBA
CROWD
IUBERE
TO ORDER
ARS
ART
SANA, -AE
SOUND
IMMODICA
IMMODERATE
SAEVA
CRUEL
CATENA
CHAIN
ONERARE
TO OPPRESS
TIMERE
TO FEAR
BASIARE
TO KISS
PECUS
CATTLE
AGER
FIELD
SAPIENTIA
WISDOM
PAUCI
FEW
DEMOVEO
DESCEND
SATIO
TO SATISFY
LIBELLUS
LITTLE BOOK
COPIA
ABUNDANCE
CONSILIUM
PLAN
CURA
CARE
EXITIUM
DESTRUCTION
MORA
DELAY
OTIUM
PEACE
PERICULUM
DANGER
REMEDIUM
REMEDY
BELLUS
PRETTY
PARVUS
SMALL
VERUS
TRUE
IUVO
TO HELP
IUVO
TO HELP
CACCUS
BLIND
CACCUS
BLIND
OMININO
WHOLLY
BEATUS
HAPPY
PULCHER
BEAUTIFUL
ANIMUS
SOUL
CAELUM
SKY, HEAVEN
IGITURE
THEREFORE
CRAS
TOMORROW
SATIS
ENOUGH
CENO
TO DINE
INVIDIA
DISLIKE
PERITUS
SKILLFUL
ASPERA
ROUGH
APER
BOAR
INSIDIAE
PLOT, AMBUSH
TOLERO
TO BEAR
VITIUM
FAULT
VESTER
YOUR
VESTER
YOUR
UBI
WHERE/WHEN
MOS, MORIS
HABIT
MOS, MORIS
HABIT
NECO
TO KILL
AUDEO
TO DARE
UXOR
WIFE
TERRA
EARTH
TEMPUS
TIME
PERSONA
PERSON
NUMERUS
NUMBER
MODUS
MOOD
VOX
VOICE
CONJUGARE
CONJUGATE
LAUDARE
TO PRAISE
MONERE
TO ADVISE
PARADEIGMA
PATTERN
ME
ME, MYSELF
NEHIL
NOTHING
SAEPE
OFTEN
SI
IF
AMO, AMARE
TO LOVE
COGITO, COGITARE
TO THINK
ERRO, ERRARE
TO WANDER
SERVO
TO SAVE
CONSERVO
TO CONSERVE
VIDEO, VIDERE
TO SEE
VOCO
TO CALL
FESTINO
TO HASTEN
LENTE
SLOWLY
CULPO
TO BLAME
VOLO, VOLARE
TO FLY
RESPONDEO
TO RESPOND
PORTA
GATE
MAGNA
LARGE
PUELLA
GIRL
POETA
POET
NAUTA
SAILOR
AGRICOLA
FARMER
INCOLA
INHABITANT
HIC
THIS
ILLE
THAT
FAMA, FAMAE
RUMOR, FAME
FORMA
FORM
FORTUNA
FORTUNE
IRA, IRAE
IRE, ANGER
VITA
LIFE
CREARE
TO CREATE
INSANIA
INSANITY
AVARITIA
AVARICE
ROTA
WHEEL
OBDURARE
TO BE FIRM
FEMINA
WOMEN
FILIA, FILIABUS
DAUGHTER
FILIUS
SON
POPULUS
PEOPLE
VIR, VIRI
MAN, HERO
AVARUS
GREEDY
SEMPER
ALWAYS
HABEO, HABERE
TO HAVE
DONUM
GIFT
MAGISTER
TEACHER
STULTUS
FOOLISH
HUMANUS
PERTAINING TO MANKIND
NOSTRO
OUR
VERBUM
WORD
PROPTER
BECAUSE OF
HERI
YESTERDAY
TUM
THEN
POTIS
ABLE
PLENUS
FULL
NUNC
NOW
QUARE
WHEREFORE
-O
1ST PERSON SINGULAR
-S
2ND PERSON SINGULAR
-T
3RD PERSON SINGULAR
-T
3RD PERSON SINGULAR
-MUS
1ST PERSON PLURAL
-TIS
2ND PERSON PLURAL
-NT
3RD PERSON PLURAL
NOMINATIVE CASE
SUBJECT
GENITIVE CASE
POSSESSION
DATIVE CASE
TO/FOR
ACCUSATIVE CASE
OBJECT, MOTION TOWARDS SOMETHING
A
NOM FEM SING

NOM NEUT PLUR

ACC NEUT PLUR
AE
GEN FEM SING

DAT FEM SING

NOM FEM PLUR
AM
ACC FEM SING
AM
ACC FEM SING
Â
ABL FEM SING
ARUM
GEN FEM PLUR
IS
DAT FEM PLUR

ABL FEM PLUR

DAT MASC PLUR

ABL MASC PLUR

DAT NEUT PLUR

ABL NEUT PLUR
US
NOM MASC SING
I
GEN MASC SING

GEN NEUT SING
O
DAT MASC SING

ABL MASC SING

DAT NEUT SING

ABL NEUT SING
UM
ACC MASC SING

NOM NEUT SING

ACC NEUT SING
ORUM
GEN MASC PLUR

GEN NEUT PLUR
OS
ACC MASC PLUR
I
NOM MASC PLUR
IMPERFECT
ERAM

ERAS

ERAT

ERAMUS

ERATIS

ERANT
FUTURE
ERO

ERIS

ERIT

ERIMUS

ERITIS

ERINT
3RD DECLINSION
NOM
GEN
DAT
ACC
ABL
3RD DECLINSION
NOM (S) ES
GEN IS UM
DAT I IBUS
ACC EM ES
ABL E IBUS
3RD DECLINSION
NOM (S) ES
GEN IS UM
DAT I IBUS
ACC EM ES
ABL E IBUS
ERO
I SHALL BE
ERIS
YOU WILL BE
ERIT
HE WILL BE
ERIMUS
WE SHALL BE
ERITIS
YOU WILL BE
ERUNT
THEY WILL BE
ERAM
I WAS
ERAS
YOU WERE
ERAT
HE WAS
ERAMUS
WE WERE
ERATIS
YOU WERE
ERANT
THEY WERE
POSSUM + ESSE - PRESENT
POS-SUM
POT-ES
POT-EST
POS-SUMUS
POT-ESTIS
POS-SUNT
POSSUM + ESSE - IMPERFECT
POT-ERAM
POT-ERAS
POT-ERAT
POT-ERAMUS
POT-ERATIS
POT-ERANT
POSSUM + ESSE - FUTURE
POT-ERO
POT-ERIS
POT-ERIT
POT-ERIMUS
POT-ERITIS
POT-ERUNT
Monent me si erro.
They warn me if I err.
Monet me si errant.
He warns me if they err.
Warn me if he errs.
Monete me si errat.
You ought to warn me.
Debes monere me.
Debetis servare me.
You ought to save me.
Non debent laudare me.
They ought not to praise me.
"Quid dat?" "Saepe nihil dat."
"What does he give?" "He often gives nothing."
Me saepe vocant et monent.
They often call me and advise me.
I see nothing. What do you see?
Nehil video. Quid vides?
Praise me, please, if I do not make a mistake.
Me lauda si non erro, amabo te.
Si valetis valemus.
If you are well, we are well.
Si valet, valeo.
If he is well, I am well
Si me amat, debet me laudare.
If he loves me, he ought to praise me.
Conservate me
Save me.
I ought not to err.
Non debeo errare.
Quid debemus laudare?
What ought we to praise?
Videt; Cogitat; monet.
He sees; he thinks; he advises.
Vale, patria mea.
Farewell, my native land.
Fortuna puellae est magna.
The fortune of the girl is great.
Puella fortunam patriae tuae laudat.
The girl is praising the fortune of your country.
Multae puellae pecuniam amant.
Many girls love money.
O puella, patriam tuam serva.
O' girl, save your country.
Puellae nihil datis.
you give nothing to a girl.
Pecuniam puellae videt.
He sees the money of the girl.
Pecuniam puellarum non vides.
You do not see the girls' money.
Monere puellas debemus.
We ought to warn the girls.
Life gives fortune to many girls.
Vita multis puellis fortunam dat.
Vitam meam pecunia tua conservas.
You are saving my life with your money.
Fama est nihil sine fortuna.
Fame is nothing without fortune.
Vitam sine pecunia non amatis.
You do not like life without money.
Sine fama et fortuna patria non valet.
A country is not strong without fame and fortune.
Sine philosophia non valemus.
We are not strong without philosophy.
What is life without philosophy?
Quid est vita sine philosophia?
Vale, mi amice.
Good bye, my friend.
Populus Romanus sapientiam filii tui laudat.
The Roman people praise you for your son's wisdom.
Laudare puellam debent.
They ought to praise the girls.