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in (+ ablative)
in, on
postea
afterwards
etiam
even
also
Romanus
roman
planus
level
clarus
clear
famous
antiquus
ancient
old
regina
queen
cura
care
concern
numerus
number
forma
shape
copia
supply
abundance
cibus
food
agricola
farmer
aqua
water
carrus
cart
wagon
equus
horse
fama
report
fame
familia
family
fotuna
luck
fortune
insula
island
puella
girl
servus
servant
slave
silva
woods
forest
terra
land
earth
via
road
way
street
vita
life
bonus
good
durus
hard
longus
long
magnus
great
large
malus
bad
multus
many
novus
new
strange
parvus
small
erat
he, she, it was
erant
they were
est
is
sunt
are
amo
love
laboro
work
paro
prepare
laudo
praise
porto
carry
specto
watch
look at
minime
no
nunc
now
sic
yes
ubi
where
non
not
et
and
quod
because
sed
but
salve
hello
vale
goodbye
nauta
sailor
pecunia
money
unda
wave
totus
whole
all
navigo
sail
cras
tomorrow
tum
then
ad (+ accusative)
to
towards
near
cum (+ ablative)
with
in (+ accusative)
into
sine (+ ablative)
without
trans (+ accusative)
across
amicus
friend
dominus
master
femina
woman
wife
littera
letter
praeda
loot
booty
pupa
doll
little girl
amicus
friendly
beatus
happy
blessed
gratus
pleasing
grateful
meus
my
celebro
celebrate
honor
dono
give
present
mando
entrust
monstro
point out
show
nuntio
announce
report
probo
test
prove
approve
bening'ne
thank you
animus
soul
courage
mind
gladius
sword
iniuria
injustice
wrong
injury
memoria
memory
poena
punishment
penalty
provincia
province
pugna
fight
battle
victoria
victory
gallus
gallic
incito
arouse
urge on
occupo
seize
pugno
fight
servo
save
guard
ager
field
casa
house
filia
daughter
hora
hour
puer
boy
vir
man
decimus
tenth
ignavus
lazy
quintus
fifth
saucius
wounded
hurt
tuus
your
yours
adiuvo
help
exclamo
shout
festino
hurry
nato
swim
hodie
today
paene
almost
semper
always
macte
well done!
disciplina
training
instruction
discipulus
student
lingua
language
magister
teacher
patria
fatherland
country
augeo
increase
doceo
teach
habeo
have
hold
terreo
scare
frighten
primo
at first
amicitia
friendship
annus
year
castra
camp
consilium
plan
advice
frumentum
grain
gloaria
glory
gratia
gratitude
influence
materia
matter
timber
praemium
reward
signum
sign
maneo
remain
video
see
ibi
there
socius
ally
comrade
altus
high
barbarus
foreign
ambulo
walk
evoco
summon
call out
libero
free
mereo
deserve
earn
teneo
hold
keep
cur
why
captivus
prisoner
cena
dinner
medicus
doctor
mensa
table
singuli
one at a time
moveo
move
voca
call
a, ab (+ ablative)
from
away from
de (+ ablative)
from
down from
about
e, ex (+ ablative)
from
out of
out from
colonus
settler
filius
son
liber
free
noster
our
sacer
sacred
habito
live
migro
depart
sum
to be
arma
arms
weapons
auxilium
aid
help
bellum
war
concordia
harmony
dea
goddess
deus
god
nuntius
messenger
officium
duty
office
secundus
second
tertius
third
debeo
ought
owe
inquit
he, she said
maturo
hasten
causa
cause
reason
case
oppidum
town
populus
people
aequus
even
just
calm
latus
wide
publicus
public
verus
true
vester
your
quis
who
quid
what
post (+ accusative)
after
behind of
atque
and
and also
et...et
both...and
-que
and
atrium
entry hall
sportula
gift basket
tablinum
study
den
accedo
approach
ago
do
drive
discuss
live
spend (time)
cedo
move
retreat
yield
defendo
defend
excedo
depart
exspecto
look out for
await
mitto
let go
send
pono
put
place
interim
meanwhile
mox
soon
numquam
never
saepe
often
templum
temple
pulcher
beautiful
accipio
receive
capio
take
seize
facio
do
make
gero
carry on
incipio
take to
begin
invenio
find
come upon
munio
fortify
rego
rule
reign
guide
venio
come
pro (+ ablative)
for
in behalf of
in front of
before
locus
place
otium
leisure
pretium
price
studium
eagerness
interest
studies
terminus
end
boundary
commodus
suitable
convenient
varius
changing
varying
dico
say
tell
duco
lead
draw
effico
make (out)
bring about
fugio
run away
flee
lego
collect
gather
pick
read
valeo
be strong
be well
ita
so
grammaticus
school teacher
liber
book
schola
school
verbum
word
firmus
strong
firm
miser
poor
wretched
perpetuus
constant
tardus
late
afficio
affect
afflict with
audio
hear
contineo
hold together
contain
traho
draw
drag
medius
middle
middle of
reliquus
remaining
rest of
amitto
lose
let go
send away
convenio
come together
convoco
call together
reduco
lead back
supero
conquer
excel
prope (+ accusative)
near
sine (+ ablative)
without
quondam
once upon a time
ludus
school
game
play
poeta
poet
sententia
saying
motto
feeling
finitimus
neighbor
ira
anger
proelium
battle
somnus
sleep
finitimus
neighboring
pauci
a few
few
committo
join together
commit
entrust
moneo
warn
advise
pervenio
arrive
propero
hasten
scio
know
aut
or
aut...aut
either...or
dux
leader
general
homo
man
human being
lex
law
miles
soldier
pax
peace
salus
health
safety
clamo
shout
cry out
premo
press
press hard
rogo
ask
ask for
sustineo
hold up
maintain
withstand
vulnero
wound
aeque...aeque
neither...nor
caelum
sky
campus
field
natura
nature
periculum
danger
praesidium
guard
protection
ventus
wind
paratus
ready
prepared
dubito
hesitate
doubt
spero
hope (for)
sub
under
amor
love
frater
brother
mater
mother
pater
father
soror
sister
egregius
excellent
distinguished
notus
known
credo
believe
exploro
explore
narro
tell
relate
ego
I
tu
you (singular)
nos
we
ver
you (plural)
ea
she
is
he
integer
untouched
fresh
cupio
desire
wish
want
dimitto
let go
send away
interficio
kill
respondeo
answer
inimicus
enemy
ramus
branch
rex
king
aureus
golden
inimicus
unfriendly
hostile
absum
absent
adsum
present
educo
lead out
nosco
learn
procedo
go forward
advance
produco
lead out
retineo
hold back
keep
iam
already
now
fabula
story
porta
gate
pius
loyal
vivus
alive
living
discedo
go away
depart
iubeo
order
recipio
take back
recover
redigo
drive back
reduce
removeo
remove
saluto
greet
non iam
no longer
ubi
when
extra (+ accusative)
outside
beyond
beneficium
kindness
benefit
exemplum
example
virtus
courage
vox
voice
primus
first
permitto
allow
permit
propono
put forward
offer
remaneo
remain
stay
suscipio
undertake
per (+ accusative)
through
diligentia
diligence
lapis
stone
libertas
liberty
lux
light
pictura
picture
ruina
ruins
collapse
downfall
statua
statue
qui
quae
quod
who
which
what
colo
worhsip
cultivate
till
do
give
submitto
let down
furnish
itaque
and so
and as a result
inter (+ accusative)
between
among
ob (+ accusative)
because of
on account of
for
aestas
summer
arena
arena
sand
desert
seashore
autumnus
fall
autumn
gladiator
gladiator
hiems
winter
mundus
world
pompa
parade
procession
theatrum
theater
ver
spring
cogo
collect
compel
conservo
save
preserve
intermitto
stop
interrupt
obtineo
hold
obtain
permoveo
move (deeply)
sto
stand
stand up
nam
for
1st declension endings
singular
a
ae
ae
am
(long) a
1st declension endings
plural
ae
arum
is
as
is
2nd declension endings
singular
us
i
o
um
(long) o
2nd declension endings
plural
i
orum
is
os
is
2nd declension neuter endings
singular
um
i
o
um
(long) o
2nd declension neuter endings
plural
a
orum
is
a
is
3rd declension endings
singular
-
is
i
em
e
3rd declension endings
plural
es
um
ibus
es
ibus
3rd declension neuter endings
singular
-
is
i
-
e
3rd declension neuter endings
plural
a
um
ibus
a
ibus
4th declension endings
singular
us
us
ui
um
u
4th declension endings
plural
us
uum
ibus
us
ibus
4th declension neuter endings
singular
u
(long) us
u
u
u
4th declension neuter endings
plural
ua
uum
ibus
ua
ibus
5th declension endings
singular
es
ei
ei
em
(long) e
5th declension endings
plural
es
erum
ebus
es
ebus
Present endings
singular
o
s
t
present endings
plural
mus
tis
nt
perfect endings
singular
i
isti
it
perfect endings
plural
imus
istis
erunt
Perfect Stem
3rd principal part
minus I
Prefect Tense
Perfect Stem + Perfect Ending

NO EXCEPTIONS
Translation: HAVE
Pluperfect Tense
Perfect Stem + ERA + Present Endings

EXCEPTIONS: 1st singular ERAM
Translation: HAD
Future Perfect Tense
Perfect Stem + ERI + Present Endings

EXCEPTIONS: 1st singular ERO
Translation: WILL HAVE
Present Tense
1st Conjugation
Present Stem + Present Ending

EXCEPTIONS: 1st singular O
Translation: I CARRY, I AM CARRYING, I DO CARRY
Present Tense
2nd Conjugation
Present Stem + Present Ending

EXCEPTIONS: 1st singular O
Translation: I CARRY, I AM CARRYING, I DO CARRY
Present Tense
3a Conjugation
Present Stem (change e to i)+ Present Ending

EXCEPTIONS: 1st singular O; 3rd plural UNT
Translation: I CARRY, I AM CARRYING, I DO CARRY
Present Tense
3b Conjugation
Present Stem (change e to i)+ Present Ending

EXCEPTIONS: 3rd plural UNT
Translation: I CARRY, I AM CARRYING, I DO CARRY
Present Tense
4th Conjugation
Present Stem + Present Ending

EXCEPTIONS: 3rd plural IUNT
Translation: I CARRY, I AM CARRYING, I DO CARRY
Imperfect Tense
1st Conjugation
Present Stem + BA + Present Ending

EXCEPTIONS: 1st singular M

Translation: I DID CARRY, I CARRIED, I WAS CARRYING
Imperfect Tense
2nd Conjugation
Present Stem + BA + Present Ending

EXCEPTIONS: 1st singular M
Translation: I DID CARRY, I CARRIED, I WAS CARRYING
Imperfect Tense
3a Conjugation
Present Stem + BA + Present Ending

EXCEPTIONS: 1st singular M
Translation: I DID CARRY, I CARRIED, I WAS CARRYING
Imperfect Tense
3b Conjugation
Present Stem (e to ie) + BA + Present Ending

EXCEPTIONS: 1st singular M
Translation: I DID CARRY, I CARRIED, I WAS CARRYING
Imperfect Tense
4th Conjugation
Present Stem + e + ba + Present Ending

EXCEPTIONS: 1st singular M
Translation: I DID CARRY, I CARRIED, I WAS CARRYING
Future Tense
1st Conjugation
Present Stem + BI + Present Ending

EXCEPTIONS: 1st singular BO; 3rd plural BUNT
Translation: I WILL CARRY, I SHALL CARRY
Future Tense
2nd Conjugation
Present Stem + BI + Present Ending

EXCEPTIONS: 1st singular BO; 3rd plural BUNT
Translation: I WILL CARRY, I SHALL CARRY
Future Tense
3a Conjugation
Present Stem + Present Ending

EXCEPTIONS: 1st singular AM
Translation: I WILL CARRY, I SHALL CARRY
Future Tense
3b Conjugation
Present Stem (e to ie) + Present Ending

EXCEPTIONS: 1st singular IAM
Translation: I WILL CARRY, I SHALL CARRY
Future Tense
4th Conjugation
Present Stem + e + Present Ending

EXCEPTIONS: 1st singular IAM
Translation: I WILL CARRY, I SHALL CARRY
Present Stem
2nd Principal Part minus RE
Nominative
subject
predicate nominative
Genitive
possessive noun
obejct of the preposition of
Dative
indirect object
Accusative
direct object
Ablative
object of a preposition
Zeus
King of the Gods
Killed Cronos (father) with Rhea (mother)'s help
Poseidon
God of of Water
Aphrodite
born from foam of sea
Goddess of Love
Artemis
virgin sister of Apollo
Goddess of the Moon
Athena
emerged from Zeus' head
Warrior goddess
Demeter
Goddess of the Cron
Ares
God of War
Apollo
God of the Healing Arts
Hermes
Messengar God
Hades
God of the Underworld
Cerberus
3-headed dog that guards Hades
Hephaesuts
God of Fire
Hestia
virgin goddess of hearth and home
Rhea
sister of Cronos and his wife
helped dethrone Cronos
Cronos
son of Uranus and Gaia
ate all of his children except Zeus who was put on Cyprus to save him from Cronos
Prometheus
Fire to Humans
Chained to Caucaucus Mountains
Epimetheus' brother
name means forethought
Atlas
holds the world on shoulders
Titan
Persephone
daugher of Demeter and wife of Hades
4 months in underworld every year
Epimetheus
gave all good gifts to animals
name means afterthought
Prometheus and Io
Prometheus punished for making fire. Io finds him in her cattle form. Talk about misery, Io wonders off. Finds Zeus, turns human, frees Prometheus.
Europa
Cupid made Zeus fall in love with Europa, changed himself into a bull; she petted him, flew her across ocean. Took her to crete, and she bore him two sons, Minos and Rhadmanthus.
Polyphemus
Polyphemus is the one-eyed cyclops shepherd that Odysseus defeated by hiding his men underneath the rams and all 12 escaped. Odysseus also blinded Polyphemus.
Narcissus
Narcissus was a man who loved himself, couldn't leave his own view, and died looking at his reflection. Became a flower.
Hyacinth
Hyacinth, boy killed by flying disc and flower from blood sprang up.
Adonis
Adonis, loved by Aphrodite and Persephone and blessed by Zeus to spend half of each year with each goddess. Hunting boars, killed, and his blood created flower
Dionysus
God of the Vine; gift was wine; demigod; mother asked to see Zeus in full glory and b/c he'd promised by Styx, he did so, and she died. Semele his mother. Grew up with the Nymphs. Turned helmsmen into dolphins when they tried to kidnap him. Fell in love with Ariadne, princess of Crete.
Demeter extended
Goddess of the Corn; brought good harvest; Persephone (daughter) ate pomegranate seed and forced to stay in Hades four months a year and Demeter grieved b/c of this
first time, she met three ladies by the well and blessed a son, a demigod.
Golden Fleece
Jason rightful ruler of Thebes.
Agreed if was given Golden Fleece.
Meets Medea who helps him on his trials and comes home with Jason with the golden fleece.
Has some children with Medea; marries someone else.
Medea exiled b/c of her anger and jealousy.
Jason admits to using her, and then Medea kills off Jason's family.