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amo, amare
I like/I love, to like/to love
porto, portare
I carry, to carry
laudo, laudare
I praise, to praise
laboro, laborare
I work, to work
voco, vocare
I call, to call
stella, stellae (f.)
star, of the star
puella, puellae (f.)
girl, of the girl
casa, casae (f.)
cottage/house, of the cottage/of the house
femina, feminae (f.)
woman, of the woman
aqua, aquae (f.)
water, of the water
terra, terrae (f.)
land/earth, of the land/of the earth
agricola, agricolae (m.)
farmer, of the farmer
nauta, nautae (m.)
sailor, of the sailor
filia, filiae (f.)
daughter, of the daughter
magna
large, great
parva
small
mea
my/mine
tua
your/yours
bona
good
mala
bad/evil
Romana
Roman
pulchra
pretty/beautiful
sum, esse
I am, to be
nato, natare
I swim, to swim
non
not
male
badly
bene
well
-ne
sign of a question
insula, insulae (f.)
island, of the island
patria, patriae (f.)
native country, of the country
paeninsula, paeninsulae (f.)
peninsula, of the peninsula
copia, copiae (f.)
supply/abundance, of the supply/of the abundance
copiae
forces, troops (plural of copia)
silva, silvae (f.)
forest/woods, of the forest/of the woods
Germania, Germaniae (f.)
Germany, of Germany
Britannia, Britanniae (f.)
Britain, of Britain
Italia, Italiae (f.)
Italy, of Italy
Iulia, Iuliae (f.)
Julia, of Julia
multa
much (In the plural, multae means many)
clara
clear/famous/bright
antiqua
ancient/old
pugno, pugnare
I fight, to fight
oppugno, oppugnare
I attack, to attack
iuvo, iuvare
I help/I aid, to help/to aid
cur
why
quod
because
fabula, fabulae (f.)
story, of the story
via, viae (f.)
road/way/street, of the road/of the way/of the street
incola, incolae (f.)
inhabitant, of the inhabitant
fama, famae (f.)
rumor/renown/report, of the rumor/of the renown/of the report
Europa, Europae (f.)
Europe, of Europe
longa
long
lata
wide
do, dare
I give, to give
ambulo, ambulare
I walk, to walk
narro, narrare
I tell/I relate, to tell/to relate
monstro, monstrare
I point out/I show, to point out/to show
habito, habitare
I dwell/I live, to dwell/to live
navigo, navigare
I sail/I cruise, to sail/to cruise
ad
to (preposition used with accusitive case)
in
into (preposition used with accusative case)
cum
with (prepositon used with ablative case)
in
in/on (prepositon used with the ablative)
e/ex
from/out from (prepostion used with ablative case)
a/ab
from, away from (preposition used with the ablative case)