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gladius, i M



noun
sword

gladiator, gladiolus
Nauta, ae M



Noun
Sailor

Astronaut, nautical
memoria, ae F



noun
memory

memorable, memorial
totus, a, um 1st



adjective
whole, all

totality
gratus, a, um



adjective
pleasing, grateful

grateful, gratitude
tum



adverb
then
rpovincia, ae F



noun
province

provincial
cum (+abl.)



prepositions
with

celebro, are, avi, atus



verb
celebrate, honor

celebration, celebratory
Pecunia, ae f



noun
Money

impecunious, pecuniary
Gallus, a, um



adjective
Gallic (from Gaul)

navigo, navigare, [navigavi, navigatus]


verb
sail

navigation, navy
dono, are, avi, atus



verb
give, present

donate, pardon
trans (+acc.)



prepositions
across

transect, transfer
ignavus, a, um



adjective
lazy

in (+acc.)



preposition
into

incise
meus, a, um



adjective
my
cras



adverbs
tomorrow

procrastinate
quintus, a, um



adjective
fifth

quintet, quintuplet
ad (+acc.)



prepositions
to, toward, near

adapt, adduce
nuntio, are, avi, atus



verb
announce, report

pronunciation, renunciation
unda, ae f



noun
wave

surround, undulate
decimus, a, um



adjective
tenth

decimal, decimeter
sine (+abl)



prepositions
without
monstro, are, avi, atus



verb
point out, show

demonstrate, monstrace
vir, viri M



noun
man

virile, virility
iniuria, ae F



noun
injustice, wrong, injury
incito, are, avi, atus



verb
urge on, arouse

incitement
benigne



phrase
thank you
servo, are, avi, atus



verb
save, gaurd

conservation, preservation
probo, are, avi, atus



verb
test, prove, approve

probation, probe
semper



adverb
always
mando, are, avi, atus



verb
entrust

mandate, mandatory
tuus, a, um



adjective
your, yours (referring to one person)

beatus, a, um



adjective
happy, blessed



beatific
paene



adverbs
almost
animus, animi m



noun
soul, courage, mind

animated, inanimate
festino, are, avi, atus



verb
hurry

festinate
amicus, a, um



adjective
friendly

amicable
hodie



adverb
today
femina, ae F



noun
woman, wife

feminine, feminist
nato, are, avi, atus



verb
swim

natant, natatorium
Dominus, i M



noun
master

dominant, dominate
adiuvo, are, uvi, utus



verb
help
amicus,i M



noun
friend

amicable
macta



interjection
well done
praeda, ae F



noun
loot, booty

predator, prey
poena, ae F



noun
punishment, penalty

penal, penalize
littera, ae F



noun
letter (of the alphabet)plural, a letter (epistle)

literal, literary
pugna, ae F



noun
fight, battle

pugnacious, repugnant
pupa, ae F



noun
doll, little girl

pupil, puppy
victoria ae F



noun
victory

victorious
occupo, are, avi, atus



verb
seize

occupant, occupation
augeo, augere, auxi, auctus



verb
increase

auction, augment
doceo, docere, docui, doctus



verb
teach

document, indoctrinate
magister, tri M



noun
teacher

magisterial, magistrate
disciplina, ae F



noun
training, instruction

discipline
habeo, habere, habui, habitus



verb
have, hold

habit, inhabitant
terreo, terrere, terrui, territus


verb
scare, frighten

terrific, terrify
primo



adverb
at first

prime, primitive
pugno, are, avi, atus



verb
fight

impugn, pugnacity
saucius, a, um



adjective
wounded, hurt

patria, ae F



noun
fatherland, country

expatriate, patriotic
casa, ae F



noun
house

casino
discipulus, I M



noun
student

discipline
puer, pueri M



noun
boy

puerile, puerilism
ager, agri M



noun
field

agrarian, agriculture
filia, ae F



noun
daughter

affiliate, filial
lingua, ae F



noun
tongue, language

bilingual, linguistic
hora, ae F



noun
hour

horary, hour
exclamo, are, avi, atus



verb
shout

exclaim, exclamation