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canto
cantare, cantavi, cantatus-- sing, chant
evoco
evocare, evocavi, evocatus-- call forth
adoro
adorare, adoravi, adoratus-- worship, adore
opero
operare, operavi, operatus-- work
voco
vocare, vocavi, vocatus-- call, invite
laudo
laudare, laudavi, laudatus-- praise
dono
donare, donavi, donatus-- give, grant; forgive
do
dare, dedi, datus-- give
oro
orare, oravi, oratus-- pray
exoro
exorare, exoravi, exoratus-- beseech
libero
liberare, liberavi, liberatus-- free
collaudo
collaudare, collaudavi, collaudatus-- praise exceedingly; praise together
consecro
consecrare, consecravi, consecratus-- make holy, consecrate
sacro
sacrare, sacravi, sacratus-- make holy, consecrate
regno
regnare, regnavi, regnatus-- rule, reign
observo
observare, observavi, observatus-- watch, observe
servo
servare, servavi, servatus-- keep, preserve
conservo
conservare, conservavi, conservatus-- keep, preserve
ambulo
ambulare, ambulavi, ambulatus-- walk, take a walk; "live"
invoco
invocare, invocavi, invocatus-- call upon, invoke
facio
facere, feci, fectus-- do, make
recipio
recipere, recepi, receptus-- take back, regain
afficio
afficere, affeci, affectus-- affect
efficio
efficere, effeci, effectus-- make, effect
reddo
reddere, reddidi, redditus-- give back, render
audio
audire, audivi (audii), auditus-- hear
advenio
advenire, adveni, adventus-- come, arrive
moneo
monere, monui, monitus-- warn, advise; teach
trado
tradere, tradidi, traditus-- give over, hand down, betray
fugo
fugare, fugavi, fugatus-- put to flight, chase away
misceo
miscere, miscui, mixtus-- mix, mingle
deleo
delere, delevi, deletus-- destroy, wipe out
habeo
habere, habui, habitus-- have, hold; consider
exaudio
exaudire, exaudivi (exaudii), exauditus-- hear (favorably)
venio
venire, veni, ventus-- come
credo
credere, credidi, creditus-- believe (in), trust (in)
ago
agere, egi, actus-- do, drive, conduct
bibo
bibere, bibi, bibitus-- drink
invenio
invenire, inveni, inventus-- come upon, find
accipio
accipere, accepi, acceptus-- take, get, receive
deficio
deficere, defeci, defectus-- fail, waste, vanish
induco
inducere, induxi, inductus-- lead into, bring into
educo
educere, eduxi, eductus-- lead out
duco
ducere, duxi, ductus-- lead
convenio
convenire, conveni, conventus-- come together; be fitting
perduco
perducere, perduxi, perductus-- lead through, bring to
seduco
seducere, seduxi, seductus-- deceive
jungo
jungere, junxi, junctus-- join, unite
capio
capere, cepi, captus-- take, receive; understand
conjungo
conjungere, conjunxi, conjunctus-- join, unite
celebro
celebrare, celebravi, celebratus-- to celebrate
concelebro
concelebrare, concelebravi, concelebratus-- to celebrate together
firmo
firmare, firmavi, firmatus-- to strengthen, to make firm
affirmo
affirmare, affirmavi, affirmatus-- to prove, to assert
confirmo
confirmare, confirmavi, confirmatus-- to strengthen, to uphold
sano
sanare, sanavi, sanatus-- to heal
dico
dicere, dixi, dictus-- to say, to tell
benedico
benedicere, benedixi, benedictus-- to bless, to speak well of
maledico
maledicere, maledixi, maledictus-- to curse, to speak evil of
adimpleo
adimplere, adimplevi, adimpletus-- to fulfill
compleo
complere, complevi, completus-- to fulfill, to accomplish
impleo
implere, implevi, impletus-- to fill, to accomplish
repleo
replere, replevi, repletus-- to fill, to complete
rego
regere, rexi, rectus-- to rule, to guide, to govern
corrigo
corrigere, correxi, correctus-- to correct
dirigo
dirigere, direxi, directus-- to direct
erigo
erigere, erexi, erectus-- to raise up, to erect
adjuvo
adjuvare, adjuvi, adjutus-- to help
formo
formare, formavi, formatus-- to train, to guide, to fashion, to form
intro
intrare, intravi, intratus-- to enter
satio
satiare, satiavi, satiatus-- to nourish, to satisfy
separo
separare, separavi, separatus-- to separate
perhibeo
perhibere, perhibui, perhibitus-- to hold out, to produce, to afford
video
videre, vidi, visus-- to see, to realise
scio
scire, scivi, scitus-- to know
solvo
solvere, solvi, solutus-- to set free, to break up, to pay back
absolvo
absolvere, absolvi, absolutus-- to set free, to absolve, to finish
tollo
tollere, sustuli, sublatus-- to take away, to lift up, to take up
extollo
extollere, extuli, ----- to lift up, to extol
finio
finire, finivi, finitus-- to end, to finish
inclino
inclinare, inclinavi, inclinatus-- to lean forward, to bow
reclino
reclinare, reclinavi, reclinatus-- to lean back, to recline
exsulto
exsultare, exsultavi, exsultatus-- to rejoice, to exult
glorifico
glorificare, glorificavi, glorificatus-- to glorify
conglorifico
conglorificare, conglorificavi, conglorificatus-- to glorify exceedingly
grego
gregare, gregavi, gregatus-- to gather, to assemble
aggrego
aggregare, aggregavi, aggregatus-- to add to, to join with
congrego
congregare, congregavi, congregatus-- to gather together, to assemble
segrego
segregare, segregavi, segregatus-- to separate
paro
parare, paravi, paratus-- to provide, to prepare
praeparo
praeparare, praeparavi, praeparatus-- to prepare
resulto
resultare, resultavi, resultatus-- to resound, to rebound
sanctifico
sanctificare, sanctificavi, sanctificatus-- to make holy, to sanctify
aperio
aperire, aperui, apertus-- to open, to explain
canto
cantare, cantavi, cantatus-- sing, chant
clamo
clamare, clamavi, clamatus-- to cry out, to shout, to call upon
acclamo
acclamare, acclamavi, acclamatus-- to cry out, to exclaim
exclamo
exclamare, exclamavi, exclamatus-- to cry aloud, to exclaim
guberno
gubernare, gubernavi, gubernatus-- to govern
debeo
debere, debui, debitus-- to owe, ought
valeo
valere, valui, ----- to be well, to be strong, to be able
videor
videri, ---, visus sum-- to be seen, to seem
desino
desinere, desii, desitus-- to cease
mitto
mittere, misi, missus-- to send, to cast, to put
dimitto
dimittere, dimisi, dimissus-- to send away, to release, to forgive, to permit
permitto
permittere, permisi, permissus-- to allow, to permit
submitto
submittere, submisi, submissus-- to lower, to suborn, to bribe
relinquo
relinquere, reliqui, relictus-- to leave, to leave behind, to abandon
surgo
surgere, surrexi, surrectus-- to rise up, to arise
insurgo
insurgere, insurrexi, insurrectus-- to rise up
resurgo
resurgere, resurrexi, resurrectus-- to rise up again
vivo
vivere, vixi, victus-- to live
concipio
concipere, concepi, conceptus-- to conceive
excipio
excipere, excepi, exceptus-- to welcome
incipio
incipere, incepi, inceptus-- to begin
possum
posse, potui, ----- to be able, can
ceno
cenare, cenavi, cenatus-- to dine, to eat supper
creo
creare, creavit, creatus-- to create
addo
addere, addidi, additus-- to give to, to add
perdo
perdere, perdidi, perditus-- to lose, to destroy
incarno
incarnare, incarnavi, incarnatus-- to make into flesh, to make incarnate
muto
mutare, mutavi, mutatus-- to change, to exchange
immuto
immutare, immutavi, immutatus-- to transform
sto
stare, steti, status-- to stand
asto
astare, asteti, ----- to stand by, to stand near
circumsto
circumstare, circumsteti, ----- to stand around, to encircle
insto
instare, institi, ----- to urge, to threaten
praesto
praestare, praestivi, praestitus-- to bestow, to accomplish
resto
restare, restiti, ----- to remain, to remain behind
condo
condere, condidi, conditus-- to found, to hide
subdo
subdare, subdidi, subditus-- to put under, to put after, to subject
pario
parere, peperi, partus-- to beget, to produce, to bear
specio
specere, spexi, spectus-- to look, to look at
aspicio
aspicere, aspexi, aspectus-- to look, to look at
circumspicio
circumspicere, circumspexi, circumspectus-- to look around
despicio
despicere, despexi, despectus-- to look down on, to despise
respicio
respicere, respexi, respectus-- to look at, to regard, to watch
detergeo
detergere, detersi, detersus-- to wipe away, to cancel
inhaereo
inhaerere, inhaesi, inhaesus-- to cling to, to adhere to
lego
legere, legi, lectus-- to choose, to select, to read
colligo
colligere, collegi, collectus-- to gather up, to take in, to collect
diligo
diligere, dilexi, dilectus-- to love
eligo
eligere, elegi, electus-- to choose, to elect
scribo
scribere, scripsi, scriptus-- to write
describo
describere, descripsi, descriptus-- to describe, to enroll
suscipio
suscipere, suscepi, susceptus-- to take up, to pick up, to accept
manduco
manducare, manducavi, manducatus-- eat
sono
sonare, sonui, sonitus-- (make a) sound
insono
insonare, insonui, ----- resound
persono
personare, personui, personitus-- proclaim; resound
figo
figere, fixi, fixus-- pierce, fix, fasten
crucifigo
crucifigere, crucifixi, crucifixus-- fix to a cross, crucify
flecto
flectere, flexi, flexus-- bend, bow
genuflecto
genuflectere, genuflexi, genuflexus-- bend the knee, genuflect, kneel (down)
frango
frangere, fregi, fractus-- break
confringo
confringere, confregi, confractus-- break in two, break in pieces
fundo
fundere, fudi, fusus-- pour
confundo
confundere, confudi, confusus-- confound, confuse; put to shame
effundo
effundere, effudi, effusus-- pour out, shed, spill
infundo
infundere, infudi, infusus-- pour, infuse
refundo
refundere, refudi, refusus-- pour back, restore, pay back
scando
scandere, scandi, scansus-- climb, mount
ascendo
ascendere, ascendi, ascensus-- go up, come up, ascend
descendo
descendere, descendi, descensus-- go down, come down, descend
nuntio
nuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatus-- declare, announce
annuntio
annuntiare, annuntiavi, annuntiatus-- announce
placo
placare, placavi, placatus-- appease; reconcile
purgo
purgare, purgavi, purgatus-- purify, purge
vivifico
vivificare, vivificavi, vivificatus-- bring to life, make live
admitto
admittere, admisi, admissus-- join, admit; allow, permit
amitto
amittere, amisi, amissus-- send off; lose
emitto
emittere, emisi, emissus-- send out
remitto
remittere, remisi, remissus-- send back; forgive
eo
ire, ivi (ii), itus-- go
abeo
abire, abivi (abii), abitus-- go away, leave
adeo
adire, adivi (adii), aditus-- go to, approach
circumeo
circumire, circumivi (circumii), circumitus-- go about
exeo
exire, exivi (exii), exitus-- go out, leave
ineo
inire, inivi (inii), initus-- go in, enter (upon)
intereo
interire, interivi (interii), interitus-- perish, die
introeo
introire, introivi (introii), introitus-- go within, enter
obeo
obire, obivi (obii), obitus-- go to meet; die
pereo
perire, perivi (perii), peritus-- perish, die, be lost
pertranseo
pertransire, pertransivi (pertransii), pertransitus-- go all about, go away; pierce
praeeo
praeire, praeivi (praeii), praeitus-- go before
prodeo
prodire, prodivi (prodii), proditus-- go forth
redio
redire, redivi (redii), reditus-- go back, return
subeo
subire, subivi (subii), subitus-- go under, submit to; climb
transeo
transire, transivi (transii), transitus-- go across, pass through; pass away
adsum (assum)
adesse, affui, ----- be present
prosum
prodesse, profui, ----- avail, profit, be advantageous (to) (+ dat)
volo
velle, volui, ----- want, wish, be willing
baptizo
baptizare, baptizavi, baptizatus-- immerse, baptize
evangelizo
evangelizare, evangelizavi, evangelizatus-- preach the Gospel
cedo
cedere, cessi, cessus-- go; yield
accedo
accedere, accessi, accessus-- go to, approach
concedo
concedere, concessi, concessus-- yield; grant
discedo
discedere, discessi, discessus-- depart
incedo
incedere, incessi, incessus-- go, walk
praecedo
praecedere, praecessi, praecessus-- go before; lead the way
procedo
procedere, processi, processus-- go forth, proceed
recedo
recedere, recessi, recessus-- go back, depart
claudo
claudere, clausi, clausus-- shut, close
concludo
concludere, conclusi, conclusus-- shut up; conclude
tendo
tendere, tetendi, tentus (tensus)-- stretch, extend
extendo
extendere, extendi, extentus (extensus)-- stretch out
intendo
intendere, intendi, intentus (intensus)-- aim (at), look at intently
ostendo
ostendere, ostendi, ostentus (otensus)-- show; explain
interficio
interficere, interfeci, interfectus-- do away with, kill
perficio
perficere, perfeci, perfectus-- do completely, finish, accomplish
sufficio
sufficere, suffeci, suffectus-- be enough, be sufficient
custodio
custodire, custodivi (custodii), custoditus-- guard, watch over
pervenio
pervenire, perveni, perventus-- arrive; attain
subvenio
subvenire, subveni, subventus-- (+dat) come upon; assist, come to help
supervenio
supervenire, superveni, superventus-- come upon, overtake (+dat); come up, arrive
curo
curare, curavi, curatus-- heal, cure; care for
desidero
desiderare, desideravi, desideratus-- desire
vulnero
vulnerare, vulneravi, vulneratus-- wound
appareo
apparere, apparui, apparitus-- show forth, appear
doceo
docere, docui, doctus-- teach
alo
alere, alui, altus-- nourish
cado
cadere, cecidi, casus-- fall (down)
incido
incidere, incidi, ----- fall into; happen
miror
mirari, --- (deponent), miratus sum-- wonder (at), be amazed
admiror
admirari, --- (deponent), admiratus sum-- wonder at, be amazed at
pecco
peccare, peccavi, peccatus-- sin
precor
precari, --- (deponent), precatus sum-- ask, pray
deprecor
deprecari, --- (deponent), deprecatus sum-- beseech
audeo
audere, --- (deponent), ausus sum-- dare, have the courage
gaudeo
gaudere, --- (deponent), gavisus sum-- rejoice, be glad
misereor
misereri, --- (deponent), misertus sum-- (+ gen. or dat.) have pity (on)
confido
confidere, --- (deponent), confisus sum-- (+dat.) trust (in); confide (in), hope (in)
nascor
nasci, --- (deponent), natus sum-- be born
morior
mori, --- (deponent), mortuus sum-- die
patior
pati, --- (deponent), passus sum-- suffer; allow
orior
oriri, --- (deponent), ortus sum-- spring up, arise, appear
conor
conari, --- (deponent), conatus sum-- (+inf) try, strive
exspecto
exspectare, exspectavi, exspectatus-- look for, wait for
lacrimor
lacrimari, ---(deponent), lacrimatus sum-- weep
laetor
laetari, ---(deponent), laetatus sum-- rejoice, be glad
collaetor
collaetari, ---(deponent), collaetatus sum-- rejoice together
miseror
miserari, ---(deponent), miseratus sum-- bewail; pity
solor
solari, ---(deponent), solatus sum-- console, comfort
consolor
consolari, ---(deponent), consolatus sum-- console, comfort
consolo
consolare, consolavi, consolatus-- console, comfort
amplector
amplecti, ---(deponent), amplexus sum-- embrace
fungor
fungi, ---(deponent), functus sum-- (+abl) perform
nosco
noscere, novi, notus-- pres-stem: get acquainted with, get to know; perf-stem: know
agnosco
agnoscere, agnovi, agnitus-- know, recognize, acknowledge
cognosco
cognoscere, cognovi, cognitus-- pres-stem: get acquainted with, get to know; perf-stem: know
praenosco
praenoscere, praenovi, praenotus-- know beforehand, foreknow
gradior
gradi, ---(deponent), gressus sum-- walk, step
aggredior
aggredi, ---(deponent), aggressus sum-- approach
egredior
egredi, ---(deponent), egressus sum-- come out, go out
regredior
regredi, ---(deponent), regressus sum-- go back, return
tango
tangere, tetigi, tactus-- touch
sepelio
sepelire, sepelivi (sepelii), sepultus-- bury
vestio
vestire, vestivi (vestii), vestitus-- clothe
dignor
dignari, ---(deponent), dignatus sum-- consider worthwhile, deign
dedignor
dedignari, ---(deponent), dedignatus sum-- scorn, disdain
judico
judicare, judicavi, judicatus-- judges
dijudico
dijudicare, dijudicavi, dijudicatus-- discern, distinguish
memoror
memorari, ---(deponent), memoratus sum-- (+gen. or acc.) be mindful of, remember
postulo
postulare, postulavi, postulatus-- ask (for), pray for; require
praedico
praedicare, praedicavi, praedicatus-- preach, proclaim
rogo
rogare, rogavi, rogatus-- ask (for), pray, beseech
interrogo
interrogare, interogavi, interrogatus-- ask, inquire
fateor
fateri, ---(deponent), fassus sum-- acknowledge, confess (+acc); praise (+dat.)
confiteor
confiteri, ---(deponent), confessus sum-- confess (+acc); praise (+dat.)
profiter
profiteri, ---(deponent), professus sum-- profess
jubeo
jubere, jussi, jussus-- command, ask, bid
respondeo
respondere, respondi, responsus-- answer, respond (to) (+dat.)
loquor
loqui, ---(deponent), locutus sum-- speak
alloquor
alloqui, ---(deponent), allocutus sum-- speak to, address (+acc.)
peto
petere, petivi (petii), petitus-- ask (for), entreat
sequor
sequi, ---(deponent), secutus sum-- follow
assequor
assequi, ---(deponent), assecutus sum-- follow
consequor
consequi, ---(deponent), consecutus sum-- follow; obtain
persequor
persequi, ---(deponent), persecutus sum-- pursue, track down; persecute
prosequor
prosequi, ---(deponent), prosecutus sum-- proceed (with), go through (with)
utor
uti, ---(deponent), usus sum-- (+abl.) use, enjoy, be friends with
amo
amare, amavi, amatus-- love
illumino
illuminare, illuminavi, illuminatus-- make shine, illuminate; enlighten
operor
operari, ---(deponent), operatus sum-- work, perform
cooperor
cooperari, ---(deponent), cooperatus sum-- work together, cooperate (with)
sedeo
sedere, sedi, sessus-- sit (down), be seated
tueor
tueri, ---(deponent), tuitus sum-- watch, protect, uphold
labor
labi, ---(deponent), lapsus sum-- slide, (slip and) fall
largior
largiri, ---(deponent), largitus sum-- grant, bestow
illustro
illustrare, illustravi, illustratus-- illuminate; enlighten, explain
porto
portare, portavi, portatus-- carry
accendo
accendere, accendi, accensus-- kindle, set on fire
cano
canere, cecini, cantus-- sing; prophesy
concino
concinere, concinui, concentus-- sing
plango
plangere, planxi, planctus-- bewail, mourn
pono
ponere, posui, positus-- put, place, set
depono
deponere, deposui, depositus-- set down, lay down; remove
impono
imponere, imposui, impositus-- put upon
propono
proponere, proposui, propositus-- set before; propose
repono
reponere, reposui, repositus-- put back, replace; lay aside; bury
vado
vadere, ---, ----- go, walk, hurry
praecipio
praecipere, praecepi, praeceptus-- command; instruct, teach
fleo
flere, flevi, fletus-- weep, lament
timeo
timere, timui, ----- fear, be afraid (of)
curro
currere, cururri, cursus-- run, hasten
occurro
occurrere, occurri, occursus-- run up to, meet up with (+dat)
succurro
succurrere, sucurri, succursus-- run to the aid of, aid, succor (+ dat.)
defendo
defendere, defendi, defensus-- defend
addico
addicere, addixi, addictus-- adjudge, condemn
contradico
contradicere, contradixi, contradictus-- dispute, contradict (+ dat.)
praedico
praedicere, praedixi, praedictus-- say earlier, foretell, predict
posco
poscere, poposci, ---- ask, beseech
deposco
deposcere, depoposci, ----- beseech, demand
fugio
fugere, fugi, fugitus-- flee (from)