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vere
truly
quisque
each, each one, every one
satis
enough
quam
than
simul ac
as soon as
plus
more
vix
scarcely
videtur
he, she, it seems (idiom)
cuius
whose (sing.)
non tardius
not more slowly
tam
so
qui
who, which, that
nondum
not yet
nisi
unless, if . . . not
magis
more
celeriter
quickly
igitur
therefore
ei
he, she, it (dat.)
quomodo
how, in what manner
oblique
to the side
non solum . . . sed etiam
not only . . . but also
nec . . . nec
neither . . . nor
magnopere
very greatly
tum
then
interea
meanwhile
ubi
when, while, where
iam
now, already
facile
easily
demum
at last, finally
hau, haud
not at all, not
cui
to whom (sing. dat.)
an
or
longe
far away
ei
they (m. nom.)
forsitan
perhaps
prior, prius
before, earlier
eas
them (f. acc.)
eis
them (m., f., n. gen., abl.)
earum
their (f. gen.)
eorum
their (m., n. gen.)
hinc
here, on this side
eae
they (f. nom.)
illinc
there, on that side
id
it (nom., acc.)
eam
her (acc.)
ea
she (nom., abl.)
eo
he, it (abl.)
fertur
is said
eum
he (acc.)
ea
they (n. nom., acc.)
ecce
behold
hoc modo
in this manner
mille
thousand
non iam
no longer
nam
for
atque
and, and also
at
[introduces a new idea]
causam tenere/agere
plead a case
ibi
there
tandem
at last, at length
cur
why
utrimque
on each side, on both sides
ut
as, like
recens
recently
quia
because
procul
at a distance
solum
only
quando
when
heri
yesterday
cras
tomorrow
subito
suddenly
quasi
as if
apud
among
secreto
secretly, apart
tuto
safely
antea
beforehand
male
badly
ambo
both, two, together
aliquis, aliquid
some, any
quidem
indeed
uterque
each of two
postquam
after
velut, veluti
just as, just like, even as
priusquam
before
quo
where
ut
in order to, (result)
tot
so many
quam ob rem
for this reason
quis, quid
anyone, anything, someone
secundum
after, by, along
umquam
ever
utinam
would that . . .
quin
from . . . doing
nihil
nothing
modo
just now, only now, only, now
intra
inside
heu
alas
ergo
therefore
frustra
in vain
valde
strongly, very hard
etiamnunc
yet, still
rursus
back again
aut
or
amplius
more, further
alii . . . alii
some . . . others
in somno
asleep
simul . . . simul
not only . . . but at the same time
si
if
praeterea
in addition, further, besides
quam
how
cupide
eagerly
statim
immediately
donec
until, up to the time when
autem
but, however
aeternum
forever
imprimis
especially, among the first
simul
at the same time, as soon as
aliter (ac)
otherwise
hodie
today
eodem
to the same place
postea
afterwards, after that
ter quinque
fifteen (3 x 5)
ter
three times, thrice
propter
on account of (+ acc.)
quindecim
fifteen
protinus
immediately, directly
bis
twice
crudeliter
cruelly
mox
soon
non aliter
not otherwise; i.e. just as
propius
closer
etiam propius
closer and closer
quotiens
how often
iste
that fellow
-que
and
tibi
to you (dat.)
quot
how many, how much
dum
until (+ subj.)
a tergo
at their back
ego
I
enim
for, in fact, truly (postpositive)
et . . . et
both . . . and
non procul
not distant, near by
quicquid
whatever
nempe
truly, certainly, to be sure
adhuc
until now
haud
not at all
quodcumque
whatever
te
you (acc./abl.)
forte
by chance
nemo
no one
quicquam
at all (anything)
quamquam
although
tamen
nevertheless
quaeso
please
num
introduces question implying "no"
nonne
introduces question implying "yes"
terga dare
turn one's back
etiam
still, yet
huc
to this place, here
iterum
again
mihi
to me (dat.)
antequam
before, sooner than
olim
once
eos
them (m. acc.)
nos
us (nom., acc.)
quoniam
since
semper
always
vobis
you (dat., abl.)
et
and
hic
here
ita
yes, thus, so
-ne
(enclitic: questions)
non
not
paene
almost
sed
but
scilicet
obviously
nunc
now
maiorem
greater
quis?
who
se
(reflexive pronoun)
salve
greetings, hello
vale
farewell, goodbye
bene
well
certe
surely, certainly
dum
while
me
me, myself (acc., abl.)
quid
what
quod
because
neve
and . . . not
quoque
also
saepe
often
diu
for a long time
decem
ten
maxime
very, exceedingly
minime
least, not in the least
neque
and not
ob hoc
for this purpose
optime
very good, excellent
primo
at first
tres
three
quattuor
four
quinque
five
sex
six
septem
seven
itaque
and so, and thus
novem
nine
octo
eight
undecim
eleven
duodecim
twelve
hic
this; he, she, it; the latter
ille
that; he, she, it; the fmer
mei
mine (gen.)
nobis
us (dat., abl.)
tu
you (nom.)
tui
you (gen.)
vos
you (nom., acc.)
is
he (nom.)
eius
he, she, it (gen.)
quisquis
whoever
que . . . que
both . . . and
denique
and then, finally
deinde
then
suo
its
aeterno
eternally, forever
minor
smaller
Word
Meaning
graviter
heavily, deeply
utiliter
usefully, for the common good
seu . . . seu
whether . . . or
opus est mihi
I need, there is a need of
Quem
Whom?
en
lo, behold