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Ceno, Cenare, cenavi
To dine
Conspicio, Conspicere, Conspexi
To catch sight of
Facio, facere, feci
to make, do
Intellego, intellegere, intellexi
To understand
Lacrimo, Lacrimare, Lacrimavi
to cry
Narro, Narrare, Narravi
to tell
Neco, Nacare, necavi
to kill
Paro, Pararare, paravi
to preprare
Procedo, procedere, processi
to advance
Rogo, Rogare, rogavi
to ask
terreo, terrere, terrui
to frighten
Centurio, Centurionem
Soldiers
Pestis, Pestem
Pest, rascal
Poculum
cup (neuter)
Umbra
Ghost, Shadow
Ingens (ingent-)
Huge
Mortuus, Mortua
dead
omnis
All
pulcher, pulchra
beautiful
tacitus, tacita
quiet
Cum
with
Heri
yesterday
Nihil
Nothing
Prope
near
tacite
quietly
tamen
however
Avlde
very much, very
Agito, agitare, agitavi
to chase, hunt
consumo, consumere, consumpi
to eat
duco, ducere, duxi
to lead
habito, habitare, habitavi
to live
incito, incitare, incitavi
to incite, urge on
postulo, pugnare, pugnavi
to fight
recumbo, recumbere, recubui
to lie down, recline
Is, em
he, him
Gladius
Sword
Nuntias
Messenger
Pes (ped-)
foot
porta
gate
puer, puerum
boy
sanguis (sanguin-)
blood
Silva
woods
spectaculum
show (neutered)
tuba
trumpet
venatio (venation)
hunt
Facilis
easy
ferox (feroc-)
ferocious, fierce
Ignavus, ignava
lazy, cowardly
totus, tota
whole
Facile
easily
hic,hoc
this
Saepe
often
Statim
at once
Agnosco, agnoscere, agnovi
to recognize
celbro, celebrare, celebravi
to celebrate
cupio, cupere, cupivi
to desire, want
do, dare, dedi
to give
emittto, emittere, emisi
to throw, send out
exerceo, exercere, exercui
to exercise
fero, ferre tuli
to bear, carry, bring
inspicio, inspicere, inspexi
to look at, inspect, examine
maneo,manere, mansi
to remain, stay
offero, offerre, obtuli
to offer
ostendo, ostendere, ostendi
to show
revenio, revenire, reveni
to come back, return
trado, tradere, tradidi
to hand over
civis (civ-)
citizen
dies (di-) 5th decl.
day
homo (homin-)
man
hospes (hospit-)
guest, host
Medius, media
middle
notus, nota
well-known, famous
suus, sua (possesive pronoun)
his, her
Iterum
again
mox
soon
paulisper
for a short time
post
after
ille, illum/illa, illam
that
abeo, abire, abii
to go away
accipio, accipere, accepi
to accept
capio, capere, cepi
to take
exclamo, exclamare, exclamavi
to exclaim
invenio, invenire, inveni
to find
eo, ire, ii (ivi)
to go
nuntio, nuntiare, nuntiavi
to announce
servo, servare, servavi
to save, protect
taceo, tacere, tacui
to be quiet
frater (fratr-)
brother
imperium
empire, power (nuetered)
inimicus
enemy
liber (librum)
book
pax (pac-)
peace
portus 4th decl.
harbor
sententia
opinion
uxor (uxor-)
wife
callidus, callida
clever
contentus, contenta
satisfied
solus, sola
alone
Quam
than, how
Semper
Always
vehemneter
violently, loudly