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Me, myself
What
quid
nothing
nihil
not
nōn
often
saepe
if
si
to love, to like
amō, amāre, amāvī, amātum
to think,to ponder, to plan
cōgitō, cōgitāre, cōgitāvī, cōgitātum
to owe, ought, must
dēbeō, dēbēre, dēbuī, dēbitum
to give, to offer
dō, dāre, dedī, datum
to wander, to err
errō, errāre, errāvī, errātum
to praise
laudō, laudāre, laudāvī, laudātum
to remind, to advise, to warn
moneō, monēre, monuī, monitum
to be well, to be in good health
salveō, salvere
to preserve, to save, to guard
servō, servāre, servāvī, servātum
to preserve, to maintain
cōnservō, cōnservāre, cōnservāvī, cōnservātum
to frighten, to terrify
terreō, terrēre, terruī, territum
to be strong, to have power
valeō, valēre, valuī, valitūrum
to see, to observe
videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum
to call, to summon
vocō, vocāre, vocāvī, vocātum
to hasten, to make haste
festīnō, festīnāre, festīnāvī, festīnātum
slowly
lentē
to blame, to censure
culpō, culpāre, culpāvī, culpātum
to sin
peccō, peccāre, peccāvī, peccātum
to fly
volō, volāre, volāvī, volātum
twice
bis
quickly
cito
today
hodiē
to reply, to respond
respondeō, respondēre, responduī, responditum
and
et
rumor, report, fame
fāma, fāmae, f
form, shape, beauty
fōrma, fōrmae, f
fortune, luck
fortūna, fortūnae, f
ire, anger
īra, īrae, f
sailor
nauta, nautae, m
fatherland, native land
patria, patriae, f
money
pecūnia, pecūniae, f
philosophy
philosophia, philosophiae, f
penalty, punishment
poena, poenae, f
to pay the penalty
poenās dare
poet
poēta, poētae, m
gate, entrance
porta, portae, f
girl
puella, puellae, f
rose
rosa, rosae, f
feeling, thought, opinion, vote
sententia, sententiae, f
life, mode of life
vita, vitae, f
ancient, old-time
antīqua, antīquae, f
large, great, important
magna, us, um
my
mea
much, many
multa, us, um
your
tua, tuae
but
sed
without
sine
is
est
favor, pardon
venia, veniae, f
clemency
clēmentia, clēmentiae, f
to carry away
dēportō, dēportāre, dēportāvī, dēportātum
to refuse, to reject
recūsō, recūsāre, recūsāvī, recūsātum
to avoid
vītō, vītāre, vītāvī, vītātum
crowd, multitude
turba, turbae, f
to order
iubeō, iubēre, iubuī, iubītum
art
ars, artis, f
sound, sane
sāna, us, um
immoderate, excessive
immodica, us, um
to create
creō, creāre, creāvī, creātum
unsoundness, insanity
īnsānia, īnsāniae, f
no
nūlla, us, um
avarice
avāritia, avāritiae, f
cruel
saeva, us, um
chain
catēna, catēnae, f
to load, to oppress
onerō, onerāre, onerāvī, onerātum
wheel
rota, rotae, f
to fear
timeō, timēre, timuī
to be firm, to be tough
obdūrō, obdūrāre, obdūrāvī, obdūrātum
to kiss
bāsiō, bāsiāre, bāsiāvī, bāsiātum
field, farm
ager, agrī, m
farmer
agricola, agricolae, m
friend
amīca, amīcae, f
amīcus, amīcī, m
woman
fēmina, fēminae, f
daughter
fīlia, fīliae, f
son
fīlius, fīliī, m
number
numerus, numerī, m
the people, a nation
populus, populī, m
boy
puer, puerī, m
wisdom
sapientia, sapientiae, f
man, hero
vir, virī, m
greedy, avaricious
avāra, us, um
few, a few
paucae, paucī, pauca
Roman
Rōmāna, Rōmānus
down from, from
dē (+abl.)
in, on
in (+abl.)
today
hodiē
always
semper
to have, to hold, to possess
habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum
to satisfy, to sate
satiō, satiāre, satiāvī, satiātum
little book
libellus, libellī, m
to be eager for
studeō, studēre, studuī, studītum
to be in need
egeo, egēre, eguī, egītum
abundance
cōpia, cōpiae, f
to excite, to exasperate
irrīto, irrītāre, irrītāvī, irrītātum
in secret
sēcrētē
openly
palam
moderation
modus, modī, m
to have, to observe
teneo, tenēre, tenuī, tenītum
kiss
bāsium, bāsiī, n
war
bellem, bellī, n
plan, purpose, counsel
cōnsilium, cōnsilliī, n
care, attention, caution
cūra, cūrae, f
gift, present
dōnum, dōnī, n
destruction, ruin
exitium, exitiī, n
teacher
magistra, magistrate, f
magister, magistrī, m
delay
mora, morae, f
nothing
nihil
eye
oculus, oculī, m
duty, service
officium, officiī, n
leisure, peace
ōtium, ōtiī, n
danger, risk
perīculum, perīculī, n
cure, remedy
remedium, remediī, n
pretty, handsom, charming
bella, us, um
good, kind
bona, us, um
pertaining to man, human, kind
humana, us, um
bad, wicked, evil
mala, us, um
small, little
parva, us, um
foolish
stulta, us, um
a fool
stultus, stultī, m
true, real, proper
vēra, us, um
to help, to aid, to assist
iuvō, iuvāre, iūvī, iūtum
to be, to exist
sum, esse, fuī, futūrum
blind
caeca, caecus, caecum
unfortunate
īnfortūnāta, us, um
wholly
omnīnō
happy, fortunate
beāta, us, um
cookie
crūstulum, crūstulī, n
more than
magis quam
youth, young manhood, youthfulness
adulēscentia, adulēscentiae, f
soul, spirit, mind
animus, animī, m
sky, heaven
caelum, caelī, n
fault, blame
culpa, culpae, f
glory, fame
glōria, glōriae, f
word
verbum, verbī, n
you, yourself
free
lībera, līber, līberum
our, ours
nostra, noster, nostrum
beautiful, handsome
pulchra, pulcher, pulchrum
sound, healthy, sane
sāna, us, um
therefore, consequently
igitur
on account of, because of
propter
tomorrow
crās
yesterday
herī
when
quandō
if ever
sī quandō
then, at that time
tum
to dine
cenō, cenāre, cenāvī, cenātum
to blame
culpō, culpāre, culpāvī, culpātum
to remain, to stay, to abide
remaneō, remanēre, remānsī, remānsum
to be above
superō, superāre, superāvī, superātum
to endure, to sustain
sustineō, sustinēre, sustinuī, sustinītum
narrow
angusta, us, um
favor
venia, veniae, f
to take care of
cūrō, cūrāre, cūrāvī, cūrātum
punishment
supplicium, suppliciī, n
skillful
perīta, us, um
rough, harsh
aspera, asper, asperum
boar, pig
aper, aprī, m
dinner-guest
convīva, convīvae, m
god
dea, deae, f
deus, deī, m
learner, pupil, student
discipula, discipulae, f
discipulus, discipulī, m
ambush, plot, treachery
īnsidiae, īnsidiārum, f pl.
book
liber, librī, m
absolute ruler, tyrant
tyrannus, tyrannī, m
fault, crime, vice
vitium, vitiī, n
Greek
Graeca, us, um
perpetual, lasting, uninterrupted
perpetua, us, um
full, abundant, generous
plēna, us, um
safe, sound
salva, us, um
second, favorable
secunda, us, um
your
vestra, vester, vestrum
where, when
ubi
there
ibi
now, at present
nunc
because of which thing, therefore, why
quārē
to be able, to have power
possum, posse, potuī
to bear, to endure
tolerō, tolerāre, tolerāvī, tolerātum
to wish
optō, optāre, optāvī, optātum
to taste
gustō, gustāre, gustāvī, gustātum
to delight
dēlectō, dēlectāre, dēlectāvī, dēlectātum
varied
varia, us, um
not strong, weak
īnfīrma, us, um
laws
lēgēs
earth
terra, terrae, f
love
amor, amōris, m
song, poem
carmen, carminis, n
state, citizenship
cīvitās, cīvitātis, f
body
corpus, corporis, n
human being, man
homō, hominis, m
labor, work, toil
labor, labōris, m
a letter of the alphabet
littera, litterae, f
a letter
litterae, litterārum, f pl.
habit, custom, manner
mōs, mōris, m
name
nōmen, nōminis, n
peace
pāx, pācis, f
queen
rēgīna, rēgīnae, f
king
rēx, rēgis, m
time, occasion, opportunity
tempus, temporis, n
earth, ground, land, country
terra, terrae, f
wife
uxor, uxōris, f
maiden, virgin
virgō, virginis, f
manliness, courage, excellence
virtus, virtutis, f
new, strange
nova, us, um
after, behind
post (+acc.)
under, up under
sub (+abl.)
to dare
audeō, audēre, ausus sum
to murder, to kill
necō, necāre, necāvī, necātum
sun
sōl, sōlis, m
to sing
cantō, cantāre, cantāvī, cantātum
the common people
plēbs, plēbis, f
chief, prince
prīnceps, prīncipis, m
hard, harsh
dūra, us, um
honor, office
honor, honōris, m
unworthy
indigna, us, um
wall of a building
pariēs, parietis, m
death
mors, mortis, f
servitude
servitūs, servitūtis, f
noble, remarkable
praeclāra, us, um
recovery
recuperātiō, recuperātiōnis, f
a mortal
mortālis, mortālis, m
how
quōmodo
the highest
altissimīs
will
voluntās, voluntātis, f
learned, scholarly
docta, us, um
to stretch
tendō, tendere, tetendī, tēnsum
abundance, supply
cōpia, cōpiae, f
brother
frāter, frātris, m
praise, glory, fame
laus, laudis, f
liberty
libertās, libertātis, f
reckoning, account, reason, judgement
ratiō, ratiōnis, f
writer, author
scrīptor, scrīptōris,m
sister
soror, sorōris, f
victory
victōria, victōriae, f
while, as long as, at the same time that
dum
to, up to, near to
ad (+acc.)
out of, from, from within
ex/ē (+abl.)
never
numquam
nevertheless, still
tamen
to drive, to lead, to do, to act
agō, agere, ēgī, āctum
to point out, to demonstrate
dēmōnstrō, dēmōnstrāre, dēmōnstrāvī, dēmōnstrātum
to learn
discō, discere, didicī
to teach
doceō, docēre, docuī, doctum
to lead, to consider, to regard
dūcō, dūcere, dūxī, ductum
to carry, to carry on, to manage
gerō, gerere, gessī, gestum
to write, to compose
scrībō, scrībere, scrīpsī, scrīptum
to draw, to drag
trahō, trahere, trāxī, tractum
to conquer, to overcome
vincō, vincere, vīcī, victum
to destroy
perdō, perdere, perdidī, perditum
to set forth
expōnō, expōnere, exposuī, expositum
right
rēcta, us, um
road, way
iter, itineris, n
extraordinary
eximia, us, um
to turn around, attract
convertō, convertere, convertī, conversum
author
auctor, auctōris, m/f
among
inter (+acc.)
city
urbs, urbis, f
to declaim
dēclāmō, dēclāmāre, dēclāmāvī, dēclāmātum
to re-read
relegō, relegere, relēgī, relēctum
school
schola, scholae, f
place, passage in literature
locus, locī, m
places, region
loca, locōrum, n pl.
disease, sickness
morbus, morbī, m
eagerness, zeal, study
studium, studiī, n
this, the latter
haec, hic, hoc
that, the former, he, she, it, they
illa, ille, illud
that of yours, that, such
ista, iste, istud
other, another
alia, alius, aliud
the other, second
altera, alter, alterum
not either, neither
neutra, neuter, neutrum
not any, no, none
nūlla, us, um
alone, only, the only
sōla, us, um
whole, entire
tōta, us, um
any
ūlla, us, um
one, single, alone
ūna, us, um
either, which (of two)
utra, uter, utrum
for, in fact, truely
enim
into, toward, against
in (+acc.)
too, too much, excessively
nimis
palm branch of victory
palma, palmae, f
to relieve, to diminish
relevō, relevāre, relevāvī, relevātum
circle, orb
orbis, orbis, m
the world
orbis terrārum
outcome
ēventus
friendship
amīcitia, amīcitiae, f
desire, longing, passion
cupiditās, cupidiātis, f
hour, time
hōra, hōrae, f
nature
nātūra, nātūrae, f
old age
senectūs, senectūtis, f
fear
timor, timōris, m
truth
vēritās, vēritātis, f
way, road, street
via, viae, f
pleasure
voluptās, voluptātis, f
happy, fortunate, blessed
beāta, us, um
since, inasmuch as
quoniam
with
cum (+abl.)
to hear, to listen to
audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītum
to take, to capture, to seize
capiō, capere, cēpī, captum
to say, to tell, to speak
dīcō, dīcere, dīxī, dictum
to make, to do, to accomplish
faciō, facere, fēcī, factum
to flee, to hurry away
fugiō, fugere, fūgī, fugitūrum
to come
veniō, venire, vēnī, ventum
to come upon, to find
inveniō, invenīre, invēnīm inventum
to live
vīvō, vīvere, vīxī, vīctum
to begin
incipiō, incipere, incēpī, inceptum
crown
corōna, corōnae, f
mindful
memor
death
mors, mortis, f
to snatch
rapiō, rapiere, rapuī, raptum
opportunity
occāsiō, occāsiōnis, f
meanwhile
intereā
fate
fātum, fātī, n
hate
odium, odiī, n
rank
ōrdō, ōrdinis, m
head, leader, beginning, life, heading
caput, capitis, n
consul
cōnsul, cōnsulis, m
no one, nobody
nēmō, nēminī, m/f
I
ego, meī
you
tū, tuī
this, that, he, she, it
ea, is, id
the same
eadem, īdem, idem
friendly
amīca, us, um
dear
cāra, us, um
because
quod
and not
neque
however, moreover
autem
well, satisfactorily
bene
even, also
etiam
to understand
intellegō, intellegere, intellēxī, intellēctum
to send, to let go
mittō, mittere, mīsī, missum
to feel, to perceive, to think
sentiō, sentīre, sēnsī, sēnsum
it is well
bene est
all men
omnēs
senate
senātus
death
mors, mortis, f
openly
apertē
young man or woman
adulēscēns, adulēscentis, m/f
year
annus, annī, m
Asia
Asia, Asiae, f
Caesar
Caesar, Caesaris, m
mother
māter, mātris, f
doctor, physician
medicus, mediī, m
father
pater, patris, m
suffering, patience, endurance
patientia, patientiae, f
beginning
prīncipium, prīncipiī, n
harsh, bitter, grievous
acerba, us, um
in front of, before, on behalf of
pro (+abl.)
long, for a long time
diū
recently
nūper
to lose, to let go
āmittō, āmittere, āmīsī, āmissum
to fall
cadō, cadere, cecidī, cāsūrum
to create
creō, creāre, creāvī, creātum
triumphal procession
triumphus, triumphī, m
to display
praeferō, praeferre, praetulī, praelātum
placard
titulus, titulī, m
wishes
vult
old man
senex, senis, m
extreme
summa, us, um
tragedy
tragoedia, tragoediae, f
to pour forth
prōfundō, prōfundere, prōfūdī, prōfūsum
from
ā (+abl.)
to destroy, to lose
perdō, perdere, perdidī, perditum
months
mēnsēs
days
diēs
undertaker
vespillō, vespillōnis, m
riches, wealth
dīvitiae, dīvitiārum, f pl. only
deed, act, achievement
factum, factī, n
sign, signal, indication, seal
signum, signī, n
myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, the very, the actual
ipsa, ipse, ipsum
each one, each person, each thing
quisque, quidque
himself, herself, itself, themselves
suī
learned, skilled
docta, us, um
lucky, fortunate, happy
fortūnāta, us, um
his own, her own, its own, their own
sua, suus, suum
for
nam
before, in front of
ante (+acc.)
through
per (+acc.)
at that time, once, formerly
ōlim
to nourish, to support, to sustain
alō, alere, aluī, altum
to esteem, to love
dīligō, dīligere, dīlēxī, dīlēctum
to join
iungō, iungere, iūnxī, iūnctum
to stand, to stand still/firm
stō, stāre, stetī, statum
to hasten
contendō, contendere, contendī, contentum
horseman
eques, equitis, m
to recognize
recongnōscō, recognōscere, recognōvī, recognitum
wise man, philosopher
sapiēns, sapientis, m
to withdraw
recēdō, recēdere, recessī, recessum
tomb, grave
tumulus, tumulī, m
a living creature, animal
animal, animālis, n
water
aqua, aquae, f
art, skill
ars, artis, f
ear
auris, auris, f
citizen
cīvis, cīvis, m/f
right, justice, law
iūs, iūris, n
sea
mare, maris, n
death
mors, mortis, f
cloud
nūbēs, nūbis, f
mouth, face
ōs, ōris, n
part, share, direction
pars, partis, f
Rome
Rōma, Rōmae, f
uproar, disturbance, mob, crowd, multitude
turba, turbae, f
city
urbs, urbis, f
force, power, violence
vīs, vīs, f
stength
vīrēs, vīrium
away from, from, by
ā/ab (+abl.)
across
trāns (+acc.)
to speak to, to address, to name
appellō, appellāre, appellāvī, appellātum
to run, to rush, to move quickly
currō, currere, cucurrī, cursum
to change, to alter
mūtō, mūtāre, mūtāvī, mūtātum
to hold, to keep, to possess, to restrain
teneō, tenēre, tenuī, tentum
to avoid, to shun
vītō, vītāre, vītāvī, vītātum
sheep
ovis, ovis, f
ant
formīca, formīcae, f
load
onus, oneris, n
wolf
lupus, lupī, m
client, dependent
cliēns, clientis, m
ignorant
ignāra, us, um
to turn, to study
versō, versāre, versāvī, versātum
Italy
Italia, Italiae, f
memory, recollection
memoria, memoriae, f
period of time, season, weather, storm
tempestās, tempestātis, f
hundred
centum
thousand
mille
wretched, miserable, unfortunate
misera, miser, miserum
between, among
inter (+acc.)
and so, therefore
itaque
to entrust, to commit
committō, committere, commīsī, commissum
to look for, to expect, to await
exspectō, exspectāre, exspectāvī, exspectātum
to throw, to hurl
iaciō, iacere, iēcī, iactum
to fear, to be afraid of
timeō, timēre, timuī
ship
nāvis, nāvis, f
to cultivate, to pursue
colō, colere, coluī, cultum
to hesitate, to waver
dubitō, dubitāre, dubitāvī, dubitātum
period of life, life, age, time
aetās, aetātis, f
hearer, listener
audītor, audītōris, m
mildness, gentleness, mercy
clēmentia, clēmentiae, f
mind, thought, intention
mēns, mentis, f
satire
satura, saturae, f
sharp, keen, eager, sharp
ācris, ācer, ācre
short, small, brief
brevis, breve
swift, quick, rapid
celeries, celer, celere
hard, difficult, troublesome
difficilis, difficile
sweet, pleasant, agreeable
dulcis, dulce
easy, agreeable
facilis, facile
strong, brave
fortis, forte
huge
ingēns, ingentis
pleasant, delightful, agreeable, pleasing
iūcunda, us, um
long
longa, us, um
every, all
omnis, omne
able, powerful, mighty, strong
potēns, potentis
old, aged, old man
senex, senis
how
quam
to rule, to guide, to direct
regō, regere, rēxīm rēctum
little book
libellus, libellī, m
who, which, what, that
quae, quī, quod
blind
caeca, caecus, caecum
light, easy, slight, trivial
levis, leve
or
aut
quickly
cito
also, too
quoque
to admit, to receive, to let in
admittō, admittere, admīsī, admissum
began
coepī, coepisse, coeptum
to desire, to wish, to long for
cupiō, cupere, cupīvī, cupītum
to destroy, to wipe out, to erase
dēleō, dēlēre, dēlēvī, dēlētum
to desire, to long for, to miss
dēsīderō, dēsīderāre, dēsīderāvī, dēsīderātum
to begin
incipiō, incipere, incēpī, inceptum
to sail, to navigate
nāvigō, nāvigāre, nāvigāvī, nāvigātum
to neglect, to disregard
neglegō, neglegere, neglēxī, neglēctum
to read aloud, to recite
recitō, recitāre, recitāvī, recitātum
river
flūmen, flūminis, n
origin, kind, type, sort, class
genus, generis, n
an enemy
hostis, hostis, m
game, sport, school
lūdis, lūdī, m
uprightness, honesty
probitās, probitātis, f
knowledge
scientia, scientiae, f
clear, bright, renowned, famous, illustrious
clāra, clārus, clārum
mortal
mortālis, mortāle
why
cūr
therupon, next, then
deinde
to flow
fluō, fluere, flūxī, flūxum
to read, to pick out, to choose
legō, legere, lēgī, lēctum
to mix, to stir up, to disturb
misceō, miscēre, miscuī, mixtum
to move, to arouse, to affect
moveō, movēre, movī, mōtum
to be seen, to appear
videor, vidērī, vīsus sum
proof, evidence, argument
argūmentum, argūmentī, n
increaser, author, originator
auctor, auctōris, m
benefit, kindness, favor
beneficium, beneficiī, n
household, family
familia, familiae, f
Greece
Graecia, Graeciae, f
judge, juror
iūdex, iūdicis, m
judgement, decision, opinion, trial
iūdicium, iūdiciī, n
evil deed, crime, sin, wickedness
scelus, sceleris, n
who?, whose?, who?, what?, which?
quī?, quae?, quod?
definite, sure, certain, reliable
certa, certus, certum
heavy, weighty, serious, important, severe
gravis, grave
immortal
immortālis, immortāle
but
at
unless, except
nisi
against
contrā (+acc.)
now, already, soon
iam
to delight, to charm, to please
dēlectō, dēlectāre, dēlectāvī, dēlectātum
to free, to liberate
līberō, līberāre, līberāvī, līberātum
to prepare, to previde, to get, to obtain
parō, parāre, parāvī, parātum
conspirators
coniūrātī, coniūrātōrum, m pl.
conspiracy
coniūrātiō
horn
cornū, cornūs, n
fruit, profit, benefit, enjoyment
frūctus, frūctūs, m
knee
genū, genūs, n
hand, handwriting, band
manus, manūs, f
fear, dread, anxiety
metus, metūs, m
mountain
mōns, montis, m
senate
senātus, senātūs, m
feeling, sense
sēnsus, sēnsūs, m
servitude, slavery
servitūs, servitūtis, f
breath, breathing, spirit, soul
spīritus, spīritūs, m
line of verse
versus, versūs, m
common, general
commūnis, commūne
right, right-handed
dextra, dexter, dextrum
left, left-handed
sinistra, sinister, sinistrum
to be without, to be deprived of
careō, carēre, caruī, caritūrum
to ward off, to defend, to protect
dēfendō, dēfendere, dēfendī, dēfēnsum
to go away, to depart
discēdō, discēdere, discessī, discessum
to hate
ōdī, ōdisse, ōsūrum
to keep back, to prevent, to hinder
prohibeō, prohibēre, prohibuī, prohibitum
to proclaim, to announce, to declaim
prōnūntiō, prōnūntiāre, prōnūntiāvī, prōnūntiātum
house, cottage, hut
casa, casae, f
cause, reason, case, situation
causa, causae, f
window
fenestra, fenestrae, f
end, limit, boundary, purpose
fīnis, fīnis, m
boundaries, territory
fīnēs, fīnium, m
clan, race, nation, people
gēns, gentis, f
world, universe
mundus, mundī, m
ship, boat
nāvis, nāvis, f
health, safety, greeting
salūs, salūtis, f
Troy
Trōia, Trōiae, f
neighbor
vīcīnus, vīcīnī, m
the common people, mob, rabble
vulgus, vulgī, n
rough, harsh
aspera, asper, asperum
and, and also, and even
atque
again, a second time
iterum
to hold together, to contain, to keep, to restrain
contineō, continēre, continuī, contentum
to bid, to order, to command
iubeō, iubēre, iussī, iussum
to labor, to be in distress
labōrō, labōrāre, labōrāvī, labōrātum
to seize, to snatch, to carry away
rapiō, rapere, rapuī, raptum
to leave behind, to leave, to abandon
relinquō, relinquere, relīquī, relictum
to know
sciō, scīre, scīvī, scītum
to touch
tangō, tangere, tetigī, tāctum
day
diēs, diēī, m
iron, sword
ferrum, ferrī, n
faith, trust, trustworthiness, fidelity
fidēs, fideī, f
fire
ignis, ignis, m
measure
modus, modī, m
thing, matter, business
rēs, reī, f
state, commonwealth, republic
rēs pūblica, rēs pūblicae, f
hope
spēs, speī, f
level, even, calm, equal
aequa, us, um
lucky, fortunate, happy
fēlīx, fēlīcis
uncertain, unsure, doubtful
incerta, us, um
Latin
Latīna, us, um
middle
media, us, um
formerly, once
quondam
immediately
prōtinus
to distinguish, to discern, to perceive
cernō, cernere, crēvī, crētum
to snatch away, to take away
ēripiō, ēripere, ēripuī, ēreptum
to raise, to lift up, to take away
tollō, tollere, sustulī, sublātum
he says/ said
inquit
on the other side of, beyond
ultrā (+acc.)
citadel, stronghold
arx, arcis, f
leader, guide, commander, general
dux, ducis, m
horse
equus, equī, m
spear
hasta, hastae, f
island
īnsula, īnsulae, f
shore, coast
lītus, lītoris, n
soldier
mīles, mīlitis, m
orator, speaker
ōrātor, ōrātōris, m
priest
sacerdōs, sacerdōtis, m
someone, somebody, something
aliquis, aliquid
whoever, whatever
quisquis, quidquid
great-hearted, brave, magnanimous
magnanima, us, um
to bring up, to educate
ēducō, ēducāre, ēducāvī, ēducātum
to be glad, to rejoice
gaudeō, gaudēre, gāvīsus, sum
to exhibit, to show, to display
ostendō, ostendere, ostendī, ostentum
to seek, to aim at, to beg
petō, petere, petīvī, petītum
to press, to press hard, to pursue
premō, premere, pressī, pressum
to suppress, to overshelm, to overpower
opprimō, opprimere, oppressī, oppressum
to turn, to change
vertō, vertere, vertī, versum
to turn away, to avert
avertō, avertere, avertī, aversum
to turn back
revertō, revertere, revertī, reversum