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a
from, away from, by
a tergo
at their back
ab
from, away from, by
abeo
go away
abicio
throw down, throw aside
absum
be absent, be away
accendo
kindle, set on fire
accido
fall down, happen
accipio
receive, accept
accuso
accuse, blame
acer
harsh, hard, rough, bitter
Achilles
Achilles
acies
the whole army, battle line
acuo
sharpen
acutus
sharp
ad
to, toward, near
addo
add
adduco
bring to, draw to, influence
adeo
go to, approach, go near
adfero
bring to, cause, bring about
adfigo
pin to, affix
adhuc
until now
aditus
approach
adoro
adore
adquiro
accumulate
adsum
be present, be near
adultera
adulteress
adulterium
adultery
advena
stranger
advento
arrive, approach
adversus
unfavorable
aedifico
build, construct
aeneus
brass, bronze, brazen
aenus
brass pot
aequor
flat or level surface; the sea
aequus
fair, just
aëra
air (Greek acc. sing.)
aetas
age
aeterno
eternally, forever
aeternum
forever
aether
upper air, heaven
affero
carry to, bring to, bring in
affirmo
affirm
ager
field
agere gratias
give thanks
agmen
column of troops, army ranks
agnus
lamb
ago
do, drive, live, spend time
agricola
farmer
ait
he, she says, said
ala
wing
albeo
become white
albus
white
alii . . . alii
some . . . others
alimentum
food
aliquis, aliquid
some, any
aliter (ac)
otherwise
alius
other
alter
other; the one . . . the other
altus
tall, lofty, deep, high
amans
lover
ambo
both, two, together
ambulo
walk
amica
friend
amicitia
friendship
amicus
friend
amitto
lose
amo
love, like
amoenus
pleasant
amor
love
amoveo
move away
amplexor
embrace
amplius
more, further
an
or
anima
spirit, soul
animal
animal
animus
soul, spirit, mind; pl., courage
annus
year
anser
goose
antea
beforehand
antequam
before, sooner than
antistita
priestess
anulus
ring
aperio
open
apertus
open
Apollo
Apollo
appello
call, name
appropinquo
approach
apto
fit to, adapt to (+ dat.)
aptus
fitting, suitable
apud
among
aqua
water
ara
altar
aranea
spider
aratrum
plow
arbitror
think, judge
arbor
tree
arca
box, chest
arcus
bow
ardeo
burn
ardor
burning, heat, eagerness
arduus
hard, difficult
argentum
silver
aridus
dry
aries
ram
arma
weapons, arms
armatus
armed
aro
plow
ars
art, skill
artifex
artist, painter
arx
citadel
ascendo
mount, ascend, go up
at
[introduces a new idea]
ater
black
atque
and, and also
auctor
author
audacia
boldness
audeo
dare
audio
hear
aufero
carry away, carry off
augur
augur
aura
breeze, air
aureus
golden
auris
ear
aurum
gold
ausculto
hear, listen to
auspicium
guidance, divination
aut
or
autem
but, however
auxilium
help, aid
Avernus
Avernus, the cave of underworld
avidus
eager
avis
bird
avus
grandfather
barba
beard
barbarus
rough, rude, foreign
beatus
happy, blessed
bellum
war
bene
well
beneficium
kindness
benignus
kind (to) + dat.
bibo
drink
biformis
two-formed
bimaris
lying between two seas
biremis
two-oared, two banks of oars
bis
twice
bonus
good
bos
ox, cow
bracchium
arm, limb, branch
brevis
short
cado
fall
caecus
blind
caelum
sky, the heavens
caeruleus
dark blu, dusky
calceus
shoe
calidus
hot
calix
wine cup
camera
box, chamber, room
campus
field
canis
dog
canities
gray hair
cano
sing
canto
sing
capio
capture, take
captiva
captive woman
caput
head
carina
keel of ship
carmen
song
caro
meat
carpo
pick, pluck
carus
dear (to)
casa
house
caseus
cheese
cassis
helmet of metal
castra
camp (military)
causa
cause, reason
causam tenere/agere
plead a case
cavea
cage
caverna
cave
celeber
celebrated
celebro
praise, honor
celer
swift
celeriter
quickly
celo
hide, conceal
cena
dinner, meal
cera
wax
Cerberus
Cerberus
certamen
contest
certe
surely, certainly
certo
contend, vie with, struggle
cerva
hind, deer
cervus
stag
ceterus
other, rest of
charta
paper
cibus
food
cicada
cricket, grasshopper
cinis
ashes
circum
around, about
circumeo
walk around
circumspecto
look about, cast a glance
clamo
shout, exclaim
clamor
shout, clamor, noise
clarus
famous, bright, clear, shining
classis
fleet
claudo
close
clausus
closed
clava
club
coeo
go, come together
coepi
began
cogitatio
thinking
cogo
force, compel
collectus
collected
colligo
collect
colo
till, cultivate, honor, worship
color
color
coma
hair (of the head)
comes
companion, sharer
committo
commit, combine, connect
commoveo
shake, move, disturb
communis
shared, common, general, public
comparo
compare
concilium
union
concino
sound in chorus
concipio
conceive, hold together
concito
incite, impel
concretus
hardened
concurro
meet, come up against
concutio
shake violently, agitate
condo
hide, conceal
confero
bring together, collect
confiteor
confess
congelo
freeze, stiffen, congeal
conicio
throw, hurl, plunge
coniunx
spouse
conor
attempt, try
conscendo
go onboard ship, embark
conservo
keep, preserve
consilium
plan, advice
consolor
console, comfort, encourage
constituo
decide, determine
construo
build, construct
consuo
sew together, mend
contemno
value little, disdain
contemptor
a despiser
contentus
satisfied
contineo
keep together, hold together, defend
contra
against (+ acc.)
contrarius
against (+ dat.), opposite
convenio
meet, assemble
converto
turn around, alter, change
convivium
banquet, party
convoco
call together, summon
copia
plenty, opportunity; pl. troops
cor
heart
cornu
horn, end , tip
corona
crown
corono
crown
corpus
body
cras
tomorrow
crater
bowl
cratera
crater; large bowl
credo
believe, trust
cremo
burn
creo
create
cresco
increase, grow
crimen
sin, crime, fault
crinis
hair
crudelis
cruel, bloody
crudeliter
cruelly
cruentus
bloody
cruor
blood
crus
leg, shin
cui
to whom (sing. dat.)
cuius
whose (sing.)
culpa
guilt, blame, fault
culpo
blame
cultus
cultivated, well-tended
cum
with
cupide
eagerly
Cupido
Cupid
cur
why
cura
care, concern
curia
senate house
curiosus
curious
curo
care for
curro
run
currus
chariot
cursor
runner
cursus
running, course
curvo
curve, bend, arch
custodio
keep back, preserve, hoard
custos
guardian, keeper
cycnus
swan
damno
condemn
damnosus
ruinous
de
about, concerning, down from
dea
goddess
debeo
ought, owe, should
decem
ten
decet
it is proper, it is fitting
decimus
tenth
decipio
deceive
decor
beauty, grace
decoro
adorn, decorate
dedecus
disgrace
defessus
tired, worn out, weary
deinde
then
delectamentum
delight
deligo
pick, choose, select
demitto
send away, send down
demum
at last, finally
denego
refuse
denique
and then, finally
dens
tooth
densus
thick, dense
depono
lay aside
desertus
deserted
desidero
desire
desisto
desist, stop, leave off
destruo
destroy
desum
be absent, be lacking, missing
deterior
worse, lower
deterritus
deterred
deus
god
devolvo
roll off
devoro
consume, devour
devoveo
devote
dexter
right, skillful
dextra
right hand
dico
say, speak
dicunt
they say, people say
dies
day
differo
delay, postpone
difficilis
difficult
digero
spread, arrange, interpret
digitus
finger
dignus
worthy (of)
dilectio
choosing love
diligo
esteem, love
dimitto
send away, let go, abandon
dimoveo
move, part, divide, plow, stir
dirigo
direct
diripio
snatch apart, tear away
discedo
depart, go away
discipulus
student
disco
learn
discors
discordant
disertus
eloquent
diu
for a long time
diversus
scattered, spread out
divus
divinity, god
dixit
he/she said
do
give
doceo
teach
doleo
suffer pain, grieve
dolor
grief
dolosus
tricky, crafty
dominus
master, lord
domus
household
donec
until, up to the time when
donum
gift
dormio
sleep
draco
dragon
dubito
doubt, hesitate
duco
lead
dum
while
dum
until (+ subj.)
duo
two
duodecim
twelve
durus
hard, harsh
dux
leader
e
out of, from, out from (+ abl.)
ea
she (nom., abl.)
ea
they (n. nom., acc.)
eae
they (f. nom.)
eam
her (acc.)
earum
their (f. gen.)
eas
them (f. acc.)
eburneus
ivory
ecce
behold
edo
announce, give out, put forth
edo
eat
efflo
breathe out, blow out
effodio
dig
effugio
flee, escape from
effundo
pour out
ego
I
egredior
step out, disembark, go out
ei
he, she, it (dat.)
ei
they (m. nom.)
eis
them (m., f., n. gen., abl.)
eius
he, she, it (gen.)
electrum
amber
en
lo, behold
enim
for, in fact, truly (postpositive)
ensis
sword
eo
he, it (abl.)
eo
go
eodem
to the same place
eorum
their (m., n. gen.)
eos
them (m. acc.)
equus
horse
ergo
therefore
eripio
tear away, snatch away
erro
wander
error
error, wandering, mistake
esse
to be
et
and
et . . . et
both . . . and
etiam
still, yet
etiam propius
closer and closer
etiamnunc
yet, still
eum
he (acc.)
evello
tear out
evenio
turn out, come about
evito
avoid, shun
evolvo
roll out
excipio
take out, receive, take up
exclamo
exclaim, cry out
exeo
go out, depart
exerceo
train, exercise
exhortor
urge, exhort
existimo
think
exitus
outcome, end, way out
exoro
beg, entreat
expello
drive put, expel
experientia
experience
experior
test, try, attempt
exploro
search out, explore
expono
put out, display, show
exsilium
exile
exspecto
await, wait for
exstinctus
put out, extinguished
exstinguo
extinguish, put out
exsto
stand out, appear
extremus
furthest, last
fabula
story
facile
easily
facinus
bad deed, crime
facio
make, do
factus
done, made
fallacia
trick, deceit
fallo
deceive
fama
reputation, report, fame
familia
family
fateor
confess, say
fatum
fate
fax
torch
felix
happy, fortunate
femina
woman
fero
bear, bring, carry
ferox
savage, wild
ferreus
iron
ferrum
iron, weapon, sword
fertur
is said
ferus
wild
fetus
fetus
fibula
pin
fidelis
faithful (to) + dat.
fides
trust, belief, faith, pledge
fidus
faithful
figo
fasten, affix, pierce
figura
form, shape, figure
filia
daughter
filius
son
filum
string
fingo
shape, form, invent
finio
finish, limit
finis
end; pl. boundary
fio
become, be made, happen
fissum
crack
fistula
Pan pipes
fixus
fixed
flamen
blast, blowing of the wind
flamma
flame
fleo
weep
flexus
bending, turning
flos
flower
flumen
river
fluo
flow
foedus
treaty, agreement
foedus
abhorrent, abominable
folium
leaf
fons
fountain, pool, spring
for
speak
foret
would be
forma
form, shape
formo
make, shape, fashion
formosus
beautiful, shapely
forsitan
perhaps
forte
by chance
fortitudo
strength
fortuna
fortune
fossa
ditch, trench
frango
break
frena
reins
frigidus
cold
frondeo
put out (grow) leaves
frons
forehead
frons
leaf, foliage
frustra
in vain
frux
fruit
fuga
flight
fugio
flee
fugito
flee, avoid, shun
fugo
put to flight
fulgeo
flash
fulmen
thunderbolt
fumo
smoke
fumus
smoke
furo
rage
furor
madness
galea
helmet
garrio
babble
gaudeo
rejoice
gelidus
cold, frosty
geminus
twin, double
gemma
jewel, gem
gemo
groan, mourn, lament, weep
gener
son-in-law
genitor
father, producer
gens
nations
genus
race, family
germana
sister
gero
bear, carry, accomplish, do, wear
gero bellum
wage war
gigas
giant
gladius
sword
glomero
wind into a ball
gradus
step, footstep
Graius
Greek
gratus
pleasing (to)
gravis
heavy
graviter
heavily, deeply
gravo
load, burden, weigh down
guttur
throat
habena
strap, reins (pl.)
habeo
have, hold
habeor
be held, regarded, considered
habito
lives
hasta
spear, javelin
hau, haud
not at all, not
haud
not at all
haurio
drink up, take in
herba
grass
herbosus
grassy
heri
yesterday
heros
hero
heu
alas
hic
this; he, she, it; the latter
hic
here
hinc
here, on this side
hisco
open one's mouth
historia
story
hoc modo
in this manner
hodie
today
homo
man, human
honoro
honor
hora
hour
horrendus
horrible, terrible
horresco
grow rough
hospes
host, guest
hospitium
hospitality
hostis
enemy
huc
to this place, here
humanus
human, humane
humo
bury
humus
ground, earth
hydria
large water jar
iaceo
lie (at rest)
iacio
throw
iacto
hurl
iactura
loss
iaculum
javelin
iam
now, already
ianua
door
ibi
there
ictus
blow, strike
id
it (nom., acc.)
idoneus
suitable (for) + dat.
igitur
therefore
ignarus
unknowing, unknown, unaware
ignis
fire
ignosco
forgive
ignotus
unknown, strange
ille
that; he, she, it; the fmer
illinc
there, on that side
imago
image
immensus
immense
immotus
unmoving
immurmuro
whisper into
impello
strike, throw to the ground
impero
command, order, bid
impius
wicked, impious
impleo
fill
imploro
implore, beg
imprimis
especially, among the first
imus
lowest, bottom of
in (+ abl.)
in, on
in (+ acc.)
against
in somno
asleep
incandesco
begin to glow
incertus
uncertain, unsure
inclino
bend, bend over
incola
inhabitant
induo
put on, wear, dress
inemptus
unbought
inexspectatus
unexpected
infelix
unhappy
infernus
lower, underground, infernal
inflo
blow into
ingenium
nature
ingens
huge
ingratus
unpleasant, unpleasing
iniuria
injury, hurt, wrong
iniustus
unjust, unfair
inmeritus
innocent, undeserving of punishment
innocens
innocent, harmless
innubus
unwed
inquit
he/she says/said
insanus
insane
insidior
lay snares for, lay in ambush for
inspicio
look into, inspect
insto
stand in, follow closely, press on
insula
island
inter
between
interea
meanwhile
intereo
die, perish
interficio
kill
interritus
undaunted, not terrified
intra
inside
intro
enter
invenio
find, discovery
invidiosus
hate-producing
invito
invite
invitus
unwilling
invius
impassable
invoco
invoke
ipse
--self
ira
wrath
irascor
be angry
iratus
angry, irate
is
he (nom.)
iste
that fellow
ita
yes, thus, so
itaque
and so, and thus
iter
road, path, way
iterum
again
iubeo
order, command, ask
iudex
judge
iudicium
judgment
iugulum
throat
iugum
yoke
iungo
join together, yoke
iuro
swear
ius
law, justice
iussum
order, command
iustus
just, upright, true
iuvenis
youth
iuvo
help, aid
iuxta
beside, next to (+ acc.)
laboro
work
labyrinthus
labyrinth
lac
milk
lacero
tear to pieces, maim
lacertus
arm, shoulder
lacrima
tear
lacrimo
cry, weep
lacus
lake
laetitia
joy
laetus
joyful, happy
lamentabilis
deplorable, lamentable
lana
wool, spinning
lanio
tear, rip
lapis
stone
lapsus
gliding, falling
latratus
barking
latro
robber
laudo
praise
laurus
laurel tree
laus
esteem, fame, glory
lavo
wash
lectus
bed, couch
lego
read, gather, choose
leo
lion
letum
death
lex
law
liber
book
liberi
children
libero
free, set free, liberate
libertas
liberty
libet
it is pleasing
licet
it is permitted
lignum
wood
ligo
bind, tie, fasten
limen
threshold
linteum
linen cloth, sail
liquesco
become liquid
liquidus
liquid
litus
shore
locus
place
longe
far away
longus
long
loquor
speak, say
ludo
play
lumen
light, eye, life
luna
moon
lux
light, day
lyra
lyre
macto
slay, smite, sacrifice
maestitia
sadness
maestus
sad, gloomy
maga
witch
magicus
magic
magis
more
magister
teacher
magistra
teacher (f)
magnopere
very greatly
magnus
large
maiorem
greater
male
badly
malo
prefer
malus
evil, bad
mando
trust, entrust
maneo
remain, stay
manes
shades of the dead
manus
hand
mare
sea
Mars
Mars
mater
mother
matricidium
matricide
matrimonium
matrimony, wedding
maxime
very, exceedingly
me
me, myself (acc., abl.)
medicamen
drug, medicine
medicina
medicine
medius
middle of
mei
mine (gen.)
melior
better
membrana
thin skin (e.g. of a snake)
membrum
leg (of a table)
mens
mind
mensa
table
mensis
month
mereo
deserve
mergo
dip, immerse
meta
goal, post
metuo
fear, be afraid
meus
my
mico
twinkle, shine
mihi
to me (dat.)
mille
thousand
minime
least, not in the least
minimus
very small/little
minister
attendant, official
minor
threaten, menace
minor
smaller
minuo
make smaller, weaken
miraculum
miracle
miror
wonder at, admire
mirus
wonderful, amazing
misceo
mix, mingle
miser
wretched, unhappy
misericordia
pity
mitis
mild, soft, kind
mitto
send
modo
just now, only now, only, now
modus
manner
moenia
walls, fortifications
mollio
make pliant, soften
moneo
warn, advise
mons
mountain
monstro
show
monstrum
monster
monumentum
memorial, reminder
mora
delay
mordeo
bite
morior
die
mors
death
mortuus
dead
mos
custom, habit
motus
moved, influenced
moveo
move, stir
mox
soon
multiplex
multiple
multus
much, many
munus
gift
murmuro
murmur
murus
wall
musica
music
muto
change
mutus
mute, silent, still
nam
for
narro
tell
nascor
be born, originate from
nata
daughter
nato
swim
natus
born
nauta
sailor
navigo
sail
navis
ship
-ne
(enclitic: questions)
nebula
cloud
nec . . . nec
neither . . . nor
neco
kill
nefandus
wicked, evil
nefarius
wicked, evil
nefas
wicked deed
neglectus
neglected
nego
deny
negotium
business, affair
nemo
no one
nempe
truly, certainly, to be sure
Neptunus
Neptune
neque
and not
nescio
not know, be ignorant of
neve
and . . . not
nex
death
nidus
nest
niger
black
nihil
nothing
nisi
unless, if . . . not
nobis
us (dat., abl.)
noceo
harm
nolo
not wish, not want
nomen
name
nomino
call, name
non
not
non aliter
not otherwise; i.e. just as
non iam
no longer
non procul
not distant, near by
non solum . . . sed etiam
not only . . . but also
non tardius
not more slowly
nondum
not yet
nonne
introduces question implying "yes"
nonnullus
some
nos
us (nom., acc.)
nosco
come to know, get to know
noster
our
notus
familiar, well-known
novem
nine
novus
strange, new
nox
night
nubes
cloud
nubo
marry, be wed
nudus
naked
nullus
no, none
num
introduces question implying "no"
nunc
now
nuntio
announce, report
nupta
bride
nuptiae
wedding
nympha
nymph
ob
on account of, against
ob hoc
for this purpose
obicio
cast before (+ dat.)
oblique
to the side
obliviscor
forget, be forgetful of (+ gen.)
obscurus
dark
obsto
block, oppose
obtineo
obtain, get
obtusus
dull, blunt
obvius
to meet, in the way, against
occasus
setting; west; downfall; ruin
occido
die, perish, fall down
occupo
seize
occurro
run, run against
octo
eight
oculus
eye
odi, odisse
hate
odor
smell, odor
offero
offer, present
officium
ceremonial action, duties
olim
once
oliva
olive
omen
omen, portent
omnis
each, every; all
onus
burden
onustus
laden
oportet
it is necessary
oppidum
town
opprobrium
scandal, disgrace
ops
power, aid, abundance
optime
very good, excellent
optimus
very good, excellent
opto
wish for, desire
opus
work, labor
opus est mihi
I need, there is a need of
ora
shore, sea shore
oraculum
oracle
orbator
bereaver
orbis
circle, wheel
orbus
deprived of, without (+ gen. or abl.)
Oriens
East (land of rising sun)
orior
arise
orno
decorate, adorn
oro
beg for, implore, ask for
Orpheus
Orpheus
ortus
rising; east; origin; source
os
mouth, face
os
bone
osculum
kiss
ovis
sheep
ovum
egg
paco
pacify
paene
almost
paeninsula
penisula
pagina
page
palleo
become pale
pallor
pallor, paleness
palma
palm of the hand
papyrus
papyrus, reed
parco
spare, be lenient to (+ dat.)
parens
parent
pareo
obey, be obedient to (+ dat.)
paries
wall
pario
give birth to
paro
prepare
pars
part
parvus
small
pasco
feed
passus
step
pastor
shepherd
pateo
lie open, be disclosed, be revealed
pater
father
patior
allow, suffer, permit
patria
fatherland
patrius
fatherly, parental
patruus
paternal uncle
paucus
few, a few
pavor
fear, tremblin
pax
peace
pecco
sin, err, make a mistake
pectus
breast, heart
pecunia
money
pello
drive
pendeo
hang
penetralis
inner
penna
feather
pennatus
winged
penso
weigh, estimate, consider
per
through
percutio
beat, strike
perdo
ruin, destroy, throw away
peregrinator
stranger, traveller
peregrinus
foreign
perennis
perennial, eternal
pereo
die, perish
perfundo
pour over, fill with
periculosus
dangerous
periculum
danger
peritus
skilled, skillful
permaneo
remain
persuadeo
persuade, be sweet to (+ dat.)
pervenio
arrive
pervideo
see through, realize
pervigilis
ever-watchful
peto
seek, ask
pharetra
quiver
pictura
picture
pietas
respect, reverence, piety