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a (ab) + abl.
from, away from; by (with abl. of personal agent)
ac = atque
and
ad + acc.
to, toward
adeo
to this point, thus far
adhuc
up to this time; here
aliter
otherwise
alius, -ia, -iud
other, another
an (conj.)
whether, or; perhaps
ante + acc.
before, in front of
antea (adv.)
beforehand
antequam (adv.)
before, sooner than
apud + acc.
among, with
at (conj.)
but, yet
atque (ac) (conj.)
and, and also
aut (conj.)
or
aut . . . aut
either, or
autem (conj.)
but, however
bene (adv.)
well
bis (adv.)
twice
certe(adv.)
surely
circum + acc.
around, about
contra + acc.
against
cras (adv.)
tomorrow
cum + abl.
with
cum (conj.)
when; since, because
cur (adv.)
why?
de + abl.
from, down from, away from; about, concerning
deinde (adv.)
then
denique (adv.)
finally, at last
diu (adv.)
for a long time
donec (adv.)
until
dum (conj.)
while
e (ex) + abl.
out of, from, out from
ecce (adv.)
behold
enim (conj.)
for, to be sure, indeed
equidem (adv.)
indeed
ergo (adv.)
therefore, then
et (conj.)
and, also, even
et . . . et
both . . . and
etiam (adv.)
still, yet
etiamnunc (adv.)
yet, still, even now
forte (adv.)
by chance
heu (interj.)
alas!
hic, haec, hoc
this; the latter
hic (adv.)
here
hinc (adv.)
here, on this side, hence
hodie (adv.)
today
huc (adv.)
to this place, here
iam (adv.)
now, already
ibi (adv.)
there
ieri (adv.)
yesterday
igitur (adv.)
therefore
ille, illa, illud
that; the former
illinc (adv.)
on that side, from that place
illuc (adv.)
to that place
in + acc.
into, toward, against
in + abl.
in, on
inde (adv.)
from there, thence
inter + acc.
between, among
interea (adv.)
meanwhile
interim (adv.)
meanwhile
intra (adv.)
inside
intra + acc.
within
is, ea, id (pron.)
he, she, it
ita (adv.)
so, thus
itaque (adv.)
and so, therefore
iterum (adv.)
again
iuxta + acc.
beside, next to
iuxta (adv.)
close by
mox (adv.)
soon
nam (conj.)
for
nec (necque) (conj.)
and not
nec . . . nec
neither . . . nor
nempe (conf.)
truly, certainly
neu (neve) (conj.)
or not, and not
nisi (conj.)
unless
non dum (adv.)
not yet
non iam (adv.)
no longer
numquam (adv.)
never
nuper (adv.)
recently
ob + acc.
on account of
olim (adv.)
once upon a time, formerly
pariter (adv.)
in like manner
per + acc.
through
post + acc.
after, behind
postea (adv.)
afterwards
postquam (conj.)
after, as soon as, when
prior (adv.)
before, earlier
prius (adv.)
before, earlier
priusquam (adv.)
before
pro + abl.
in front of, in place of, for
prope + acc.
near
propter + acc.
because of, on account of
quam (adv. or conj.)
how, as, than
quamquam (conj.)
although
quasi (adv.)
as if, just as
-que (enclitic)
and
qui, quae, quod (rel. pron.)
who, which
quia (conj.)
because
quid
what
quidem (adv.)
certainly, in fact, indeed
quo (adv.)
where, to what place
quod (adv.)
because
quomodo (adv.)
how, in what manner
quondam (adv.)
formerly, once
quoniam (conj.)
since, because
quoque (adv.)
also
saepe (adv.)
also
satis (adv.)
enough
se (refl. pron.)
himself, herself, themselves
semper (adv.)
always
seu (sive) (conj.)
or
seu . . . seu
whether . . . or
si
if
sic (adv.)
thus, so, in this manner
simul (adv.)
at the same time
simul ac (adv.)
as soon as
sine + abl.
without
statim (adv.)
immediately
sub + acc. or abl.
under, beneath
subito (adv.)
suddenly
super + acc. or abl.
over, above
tam (adv.)
so
tamen (adv.)
nevertheless, however
tamquam (adv.)
just as, as if
tandem (adv.)
at last, finally
tot (indecl.)
so many
trans + acc.
across
tum (adv.)
then
ubi (adv.)
where, in what place
ubi (conj.)
when
umquam (adv.)
ever
unde (adv.)
whence, from where
usquam (adv.)
ever
usque (adv.)
as far as
vel (conj.)
or
vel . . . vel
either . . . or
velut (adv.)
just as, even as
vix (adv.)
scarcely, hardly