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acer - acris - acre
keen, fierce
acies - aciei
battle-line (f)
ac
and
atque
and
aeger - aegra - aegrum
sick, ill
aequus -a -um
fair, level, equal
agmen - agminis
column (of soldiers) (n)
amicitia - ae
friendship
amitto - amittere - amisi - amissum
to lose
animus -i
mind, spirit, courage
aperio - aperire - aperui -apertum
to open
apud (acc)
at the house of, with
arbor - arboris
tree (f)
ars -artis
art, skill (f)
arx - arcis
citadel (f)
castra -castrorum
camp (n)
cedo
to go, yield
cessi
from cedo - to go, yield
cessum
from cedo - to go, yield
cena -ae
dinner
ascendo
to climb
audeo
to dare (semi-deponent)
aut...aut
either...or
brevis
short, brief
cado
to fall
cecidi
from cado - to fall
caedo
to cut / kill
campus -i
plain (m)
caput - capitis
head (n)
captivus -i
prisoner (m)
carmen
song (n)
castra
camp (n)
castrorum
from castra - camp
cedo
to go, yield
cessi
from cedo - to go
cena -ae
dinner
ceno -cenare -cenavi
to dine
certus -a -um
fixed, sure, decided
ceteri -ae -a
the rest, the others
civitas - civitatis
the state (f)
clades -cladis
disaster, defeat (f)
classis -is
fleet (f)
claudo -claudere - clausi - clausum
to close
coepi (perfect)
I began
cognosco -ere -cognovi - cognitum
to get to know, learn, find out
cogito -are -cogitavi
to think
collis - is
hill (m)
colo -colere -colui -cultum
to cultivate, take care of, worship
comprehendo -ere -comprehendi comprehensum
to seize, grasp
conficio -ere -confeci -confectum
to finish
conor -ari -conatus sum
to try (deponent)
conatus sum
from conor - to try
consilium -i
plan, advice (n)
conspicio -ere -contempsi -contemptum
to despise
contemptum
from conspicio - to despise
cotidie
every day, daily
culpa -ae
blame, fault, responsibility
cupiditas -cupiditatis
greed
cupidus -a -um
desirous
cursus
course, running
delecto -are -avi
to delight, please
descendo -ere -descendi -descensum
to go / climb down
dies -diei
day (m)
difficilis -is -e
difficult
dignus -a -um (abl)
worthy (of)
disco -ere -didici
to learn
didici
from disco - to learn
dives (divitis)
rich
divitiae -arum
wealth, riches
doceo -ere -docui -doctum
to teach
doleo -ere -dolui
to grieve, be sad
dolor -doloris
sadness, grief, pain
domus
house, home (f)
donum -i
gift
dubius -a -um
doubtful
dulcis -is -e
sweet
durus -a -um
hard, harsh
dux -ducis
leader, commander
emo -ere -emi -emptum
to buy
emptum
from emo - to buy
emi
from emo - to buy
enim
for
eo
to there
epistula -ae
letter
eques - equitis
horseman, cavalryman, knight
erro -are -erravi -erratum
to wander, make a mistake
erravi
from erro - to wander
exercitus
army (m)
exspecto -are -avi
to wait for
fabula -ae
story
fama -ae
rumour, reputation, fame
ferox (ferocis)
fierce
finis
finish, end
fleo -ere -flevi -fletum
to weep
ferrum -i
iron, sword
fidelis -is -e
faithful
flumen -fluminis
river (n)
forma -ae
form, shape
frango -ere -fregi -fractum
to break
fregi
from frango - to break
frumentum -i
corn
fundo -ere -fudi -fusum
to pour / to rout
gaudeo -ere -gavisus sum
to rejoice (semi-deponent)
gavisus sum
from gaudeo - to rejoice
gaudium -i
joy (n)
genus -generis
tribe, race, type, kind (n)
gero -ere -gessi -gestum
to carry on, bear, wage / to wear
gessi
from gero - to carry on
gradior -gradi - gressus sum
to step (noun=gradus) (verb = gredior)
gravis -is -e
heavy, serious
hiems -hiemis
winter (f)
honestus -a -um
honourable
honor -honoris
honour (m)
hora -ae
hour
hortor -ari -horatus sum
to encourage, urge (deponent)
hortus -i
garden
iaceo -ere -iacui
to lie (down)
ignis
fire (m)
impedio -ire -impedivi -impeditum
to hinder
impedivi
from impedio - to hinder
imperator -imperatoris
general
imperium -i
power /command /rule /empire
impero -are -imperavi -imperatum (dat)
to order
imperavi
from impero - to order
incendium -i
fire (n)
incendo -ere -incendi -incensum
to burn
incipio -ere -incepi (coepi) -inceptum
to begin
infelix (infelicis)
unlucky
ingenium -i
talent, ability (n)
inimicus -a -um
unfriendly, hostile
inquit
....said
insidiae - arum
ambush
instruo -ere -instruxi -instructum
to draw up / equip
intellego -ere -intellexi - intellectum
to understand
interea
meanwhile
invitus -a -um
unwilling
irascor -irasci -iratus sum
to be(come)angry (deponent)
irasci
from irascor - to be angry
ita
thus, so, in such a way
iungo -ere -iunxi -iunctum
to join
ius -iuris
right, law
iuris
right, law
iustus -a -um
just
labor -laboris
work
lacrima -ae
tear
laus -laudis
praise
legatus -i
envoy, leate, ambassador
legio -legionis
legion
levis -is -e
light
lex -legis
law
libenter
freely, willingly
libertas -libertatis
freedom
litterae -arum
letter, despatch
litus -litoris
shore / coast
litoris
shore / coast
loquor, loqui, locutus sum
to say, speak, talk (deponent)
ludus -ludi
school, game
magistatus -magistratus
magistrate
malo -malle -malui (irreg)
to prefer
manus
hand
matrimonium -i
marriage
memini (perfect)
I remember
mereo -ere -merui -meritum
to earn (deponent mereor = to deserve)
mens -mentis
mind, reason, intellect
mensa -ae
table
mille passus
a mile
miror -mirari -miratus sum
to wonder at, admire (deponent)
mirari
from miror - to wonder at / admire
modo
only
modus -modi
method, way
moenia -moenium
city walls
morbus -i
illness
multitudo -multitudinis
multitude
natus -a -um
born / aged (deponent = nascor)
nec...nec
neither...nor
neque...neque
neither...nor
neglego -ere -neglexi -neglectum
to neglect
nego -are -negavi
to deny, refuse / to say...not
negotium -i
business (n)
nescio -ire -nescivi -nescitum
to not know
nescivi
from nescio - to not know
niger -nigra -nigrum
black
noceo -ere -nocui (dat)
to harm
nox -noctis
night
nullus -a -um
no, none
nuper
recently
ob (acc)
on account of
obliviscor -oblivisci -oblitus sum
to forget (deponent)
oblitus sum
from obliviscor - to forget
odium -odii
hate, hatred
officium -officii
duty
onus -oneris
burden (n)
opus -operis
work (n)
ora -orae
shore, coast
orior -oriri -ortus sum
to rise (up) (deponent)
os -oris
mouth (n)
oris
mouth
os -ossis
bone (n)
ostendo -ere -ostendi -ostentum
to show
ostentum
from ostendo - to show
otium -otii
free time, leisure, rest (n)
parco -ere -peperci -parsum(dat)
to spare
pareo -ere -parui (dat)
to obey
pax -pacis
peace
pectus -pectoris
chest, breast
pes -pedis
foot
patior -pati -passums sum
to suffer, allow (deponent)
pati
from patior - to suffer
pauper (pauperis)
poor
pavor -pavoris
fear
perterritus -a -um
terrified
placeo -ere -placui (dat)
to please
plenus -a -um (abl)
full (of)
poena -ae
punishment (note=poenas dare)
populus -i
people
pons -pontis
bridge
porta -ae
gate, door
portus
harbour
potestas -potestatis
power
praebeo -ere -praebui
to offer, show
praeda -ae
booty, loot, plunder
praemium -i
reward
praeterea
besides, moreover
pretium -i
price
primum / primo
at first
primus -a -um
first
proficiscor -proficisci -profectus sum
to set out (deponent)
prohibeo -ere -prohibui
to prevent
promitto -ere -promisi - promissum
to promise
proximus -a -um
nearest /next
pugna -ae
fight
puto -are -putavi -putatum
to think
quaero -ere -quaesivi -quaesitum
to look for / to ask for
qualis -is -e ?
what sort of?
quamquam
although
quando?
when
quantus -a -um ?
how great ?
queror -queri -questus sum
to complain (deponent)
quies -quietis
rest
quomodo ?
how ?
quot ?
how many ?
rapio -ere -rapui -raptum
to sieze, snatch
regnum -regni
kingdom
religio -religionis
religion
reliquus -a -um
remaining
resisto -ere -restiti (dat)
to resist
restiti
from resisto - to resist
ripa -ae
river bank
rumpo -ere -rupi -ruptum
to burst, break
rus -ruris
country(side) (n)
sacerdos -sacerdotis
priest
salus - salutis
safety /health
sanguis
blood
sapientia -ae
wisdom
satis
enough
saxum -i
rock, boulder
scelus -sceleris
crime
scelestus -a -um
wicked
scio -scire -scivi -scitum
to know
scivi
from scio - to know
scibo -ere -scripsi -scriptum
to write
sedeo -ere -sedi -sessum
to sit
sessum
from sedeo - to sit
sedes -sedis
seat
sentio -ire -sensi -sensum
to feel, sense
sequor -sequi -sectus sum
to follow (deponent)
si
if
signum -i
signal, sign
silentium -i
silence
silva -ae
wood
similis -is -e (dat)
like
simul ac (atque)
as soon as
sino -ere -sivi -situm
to allow
sivi
from sino - to allow
sino
to allow
sol -solis
sun
soleo -ere -solitus sum
to be used to (semi-deponent)
solvo -ere -solvi -solutum
to untie, loosen (note= navem s = set sail)
somnus -i
sleep
spectaculum -i
show
spero -are - speravi
to hope
studeo -ere (dat)
to be keen on
studium -i
eagerness, enthusiasm
stultus -a -um
stupid
sumo -ere - sumpsi -sumptum
to take
summus -a -um
highest, top, most important
surgo -ere -surrexi -surrectum
to get up, rise
surrexi
from surgo - to get up
suspicor -ari -suspicatus sum
to suspect (deponent)
suspicatus sum
from suspicor - to suspect
taceo -ere -tacui
to be silent
tacitus -a -um
silent
talis -is -e
such / of such a kind
tango -ere -tetigi -tactum
to touch
tetigi
from tango - to touch
tantus -a -um
so great / so large
tego -ere -texi -tectum
to cover
tectum
from tego - to cover
texi
from tego - to cover
tempus -temporis
time
tergum -i
back, rear
tollo -tollere - sustuli - sublatum
to lift, raise /remove
sustuli
from tollo - to lift, raise
sublatum
from tollo - to lift, raise
tot
so many
traho -ere -traxi - tractum
to drag
turpis -is -e
disgraceful
ullus -a -um
any
umquam
ever
undique
from all sides
utilis -is -e
useful
utor -uti - usus sum (abl)
to use (deponent)
vallum -valli
wall / rampart
vendo -ere -vendidi -venditum
to sell
verto -ere -verti -versum
to turn
verus -a -um
true
vetus (veteris)
old
videor -videri -visus sum
to seem, appear (deponent)
villa -ae
villa
vita -ae
life