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amare
to like, love
portare
to carry
laudare
to praise
laborare
to work
vocare
to call
stella
star
puella
girl
casa
cottage, house
femina
woman
aqua
water
terra
land, earth
agricola
farmer
nauta
sailor
filia
daughter
magna
large, great
parva
small
mea
my, mine
tua
your, yours
bona
good
mala
bad, evil
pulchra
pretty, beautiful
sum
esse
be
nato
I swim
natare
to swim
non
not
male
badly
bene
well
insula
island
patria
native country
copia
supply, abundance
copiae
forces, troops
silva
forests, woods
multa
much
clara
clear, famous, bright
antiqua
ancient, old
pugnare
to fight
oppugnare
to attack
iuvare
to help, aid
cur
why
quod
because
fabula
story
via
road, way, street
incola
inhabitant
fama
rumor, renown, report
longa
long
lata
wide
dare
to give
ambulare
to walk
narrare
to tell, relate
monstrare
to point out, show
habitare
to dwell, live
navigare
to sail, cruise
ad
to, toward
a or ab
from, away from
e or ex
from, out from
cum
with
in
in, on, into, onto
provincia
province
victoria
victory
praeda
booty, plunder
gloria
glory
fossa
ditch
alta
high, deep
superare
surpass,overcome, conquer
aedificare
to build
exspectare
to await, expect, wait for
stare
to stand
saepe
often
ibi
there, in that place
ante
before, in front of
post
behind, in back of
infernam
lower
aestate
in summer
hieme
in winter
amicus
friend
inimicus
enemy
arma
arms, weapon
auxilium
help, aid
socius
ally, comrade
gladius
sword
nuntius
messenger, message
puer
boy
vir
man
ager
field
proelium
battle
periculum
danger
oppidum
town
bellum
war
castra
camp
arare
to plow
angusta
narrow
nuntiare
to announce, report
occupare
to seize, take possession of
necare
to kill
armare
to arm
per
through
de
about, concerning, down from
etiam
even, also
sed
but
hodie
today
curare
to care for,cure
liberare
to free, set free
liber, libera
free
aeger
sick, ill
erant
they were, there were
erat
he, she, it was; there was
laetus
happy
miser
wretched, unhappy
equus
horse
servus
slave, servant
dominus
master
frumentum
grain
domina
mistress
filius
son
cura
care
deus
God
oceanus
ocean
dea
goddess
caelum
sky, heaven
sapientia
wisdom
fortuna
fortune, fate, luck
templum
temple
regina
queen
luna
moon
suus, sua, suum
his, her, its, their
noster
our, ours
vester
your, yours
adorare
to worship, adore
timere
to fear, be afraid of
regnare
to rule
habere
to have, hold
videre
to see
trans
across
populus
people
lingua
language
aedificium
building
Troia
Troy
Latium
latin
latinus
latin
parare
to prepare, get ready
manere
to remain, stay
debere
to owe, ought
possum, posse
be able, can
eo, ire
go
properare
to hurry, hasten
nonne
expects the answer "yes"
minime
by no means, not at all
certe
certainly, surely, indeed
num
expects the answer "no"
ita
yes, thus, so
vero
truly, in truth
nunc
now
sine
without
tum
then
barbarus
barbarian
finitimus
neighbor
idoneus
fit, suitable
gratus
pleasing
propinquus
near
monere
to warn, advise
incitare
to arouse, stir up, incite
cras
tomorrow
ob
on account of,because of
atque or ac
and also, also
ac is used only before consonants
memoria
memory
legatus
lieutenant, legate
tenere
to hold, keep, have
memoria tenere
to remember
Literally, to keep by memory
contra
against
pro
for, in behalf of, on behalf of