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aeterno
forever
apertus,-a,-um
open
autem
however
benignus,-a,-um
kind
ceterus,-a,-um
other
cur
why?
dum
while, as long as
ferus, -a, -um
wild
formosus,-a,um
beautiful
itaque
and, so, therefore
iustus,-a,-um
just
magnus,-a,-um
very, great, large
maxime
especially, greatly
mihi
to me
miser, misera, miserum
wretched, miserable
multus,-a,-um
many, much
novus,-a,-um
new, strange
obscurus,-a,-um
dark
olim
once, once upon a time
parvus,-a,-um
small
per + acc
because of, on account of
pius, pia, pium
holy, pious
plenus,-a,-um
full, complete
pro + abl
in front of, before
propter + acc
near, close
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
pretty
quamquam
nevertheless
quis
who?
quotiens
how often, how many times
sanctus,-a,-um
holy, sacred
se
himself, herself, itself, themselves
si
if
sine + abl
without
solus,-a,-um
alone, only
superbus,-a,-um
proud
suus,sua,suum
his,her,its, their own
timidus,-a,-um
timid, shy
ultimus,-a,-um
last
desisto,-ere(3),-stiti,-stitum
desist, stop
devoro (1)
consume, devour
humo (1)
bury
inquit
he, she says, said; a defective verb
noceo,-ere(2),-ui,-itum +dat
harm,injure
paro (1)
prepare
pervideo,-ere(2),-vidi,-visum
see through, realize
possum,posse,potui
can,be able
puto(1)
think; freq. with substantive clause
reporto (1)
carry back, report
frondeo, -ere (2)
put forth leaves
prehendo, -ere(3),-hendi,-hensum
cath, seize, grasp
timeo,-ere(2), timui
fear, be afraid
vasto (1)
destroy, lay waste
vivo, -ere(3), vixi, victum
live
noli, nolite!
don't! + infinitive; imperative
dubito (1)
doubt, hesitate
impero (1)
command, order
intro (1)
enter
iubeo,-ere(2), iussi, iussum
order, command
sedeo,-ere(2), sedi, sessum
sit, remain, stay
venio,-ire (4), veni, ventum
come
absum,abesse,afui,afuturum
be absent, be away

"you can banish a b"
adsum, adesse, adfuis, adfuturum
be present, be near

"but d doesn't disappear"
exspecto (1)
await, wait for
fugito (1)
flee, shun, avoid
horresco,-ere (3), horrui
bristle, grow rought with hair on end
servo (1)
save, protect
tendo,-ere (3), tetendi, tentum or -sum
stretch out, extend
transporto (1)
transport, carry
appropinquo (1)
approach
curo (1)
care for
evito (1)
avoid, shun; cf. fugito
iaceo,-ere (2), iacui
to lie (at rest); eng. lie,lay,lain
invoco (1)
invoke, call upon
retineo,-ere(2),-retinui,-tentum
keep,hold back,restrain
celo (1)
hide, conceal
devoveo,-ere(2),devovi,devotum
devote
erro(1)
wander, make a mistake
maneo,-ere(2),mansi
remain, stay
suspiro (1)
breathe
teneo,tenere,tenui,tentum
keep,hold, possess,have
video,videre (2),vidi,visum
see
congelo (1)
freeze,stiffen,congeal
convoco (1)
call together, summon
exerceo,-ere (2), exercui, exercitum
train,exercise
honoro (1)
honor
iuvo, iuvare, iuvi, iutum
help, aid
lacrimo (1)
cry, weep
relinquo,-ere (3), reliqui, relictum
leave, leave behind, abandon
rogo (1)
ask, beg for
volo (1)
fly
circumspecto (1)
look about, glance
moneo,-ere(2), monui,monitum
warn, advise
orno (1)
decorate, adorn
oro (1)
beg for, plead for, pray for, implore
praesto, praestare, -stiti, -stitum +dat.
stand before, surpass
rogo (1)
ask for, beg for
sto, stare, steti, statum
stand
muto (1)
change
neco (1)
kill
pendeo,-ere(2),pependi
hang
prohibeo,-ere(2),prohibui,prohibitum
prevent,stop,prohibit
ambulo (1)
walk
certo (1)
contend, struggle vie with
debeo,-ere (2),debui,debitum
ought, owe
dixit
said
doceo,-ere(2),docui,doctum
teach
habeo,-ere (2), habui, habitum
have, hold
monstro (1)
show
nego (1)
deny
quaeso
please
respondeo,-ere (2),respondi, responsum
reply, answer, respond
scribe, scribite!
write! imperative
simulo (1)
imitate, copy, take the form of
tempto (1)
try, attempt
voco (1)
call, summon
clamo (1)
shout
do, dare, dedi, datum
give
formo (1)
shape, form, fashion
glomero (1)
make into a ball
laboro (1)
work
laudo (1)
praise
salve, salvete!
greetings, hail, hello! imperative
vale, valete!
farewell, goodbye! imperative
amo (1)
like, love
desidero (1)
desire
ludo,ludere,lusi,lusum
play
narro (1)
tell
porto (1)
carry
specto (1)
watch, look
transformo (1)
change
est, sunt
is,are; cf. eram, eras; ero, eris; fui, fuisti
habito (1)
live, dwell
regno (1)
rule
specta, spectate!
watch, look at! imperative
annus,anni m.
year
anser, anseris m.
goose
cena,-ae f.
meal

cenacle, a clique or circle, esp. literary
coniunx, coniugis c.
spouse

<coniungo,-ere = join together
crater, crateris m. Gk.
cup, bowl
custos, custodis c.
guardian
homo, hominis, m.
man, human
miraculum,-i n.
miracle

<mirus,-a,-um = wonderful,amazing
nomen, nominis n.
name

nominate
os, oris n.
mouth

oral
praemium, -ii n.
prize, reward

premium money paid to obtain a loan, or a for insurance, or in addition to a regular price
sacerdos, sacerdotis c.
priest(ess)

sacerdotal-relating to priestly duties
sacrificium,-ii n.
sacrifice

<sacer,sacra,sacrum holy; an offering
advena,-ae c.
stranger

<advenire- to arrive cf. adventuress
arbor,arboris f.
tree

arboretum
cibus,-i m.
food
dominus,-i m.
master

dominate
finis,finis,finium m/f
end,limit,pl. border

finality
locus,-i (pl. loci/loca)
place

locality
membrum,-i n.
leg, appendage

dismember-to remove limbs
mensa,-ae f.
table

mesa a table rock; commensalism
pars,partis,partium f.
part

impartial
pater,patris m.
father

patriarch
piscis,piscis,piscium m.
fish

piscatorial
requies,requietis f.
rest

<quies, quietis quiet; requiem hymn or mass for the repose of the dead
rex,regis m.
king

regal
senex,senis,senum c.
old man/woman

senior
stagnum,-i n.
pool

stagnant
adultera,-ae f.
adulteress

adultery
animal,animalis (n pl.-alia)
animal

<anima breath; animalcule a microscopic organism
bracchium,-ii n.
arm, branch

bracelet; embrace
causa,-ae f.
cause, reason

causality
figura,-ae f.
shape,form

configure; figurative
iniuria,-ae f.
injury,insult,hurt

injurious adj.
matricidium,-ii n.
matricide

pesticide
poena,-ae f.
punishment

penalty; penalize
sensa,sensorum n. pl.
feeling, sense

sensory; sensitive
tempus, temporis n.
time

tempo; temporary
venator,-oris m.
hunter

venison
verbum, -i n.
word

verbal
vox, vocis f.
voice

vocal
caelum,-i n.
sky

celestial
delectamentum,-i n.
delight

delectible
fibula,-ae f.
pin, brooch
iaculum,-i n.
javelin
ira,-ae f.
anger

ire
pretium,-ii n.
price

precious
somnus,-i m.
sleep

insomnia
stella,-ae f.
star

constellation
ursa,-ae f.
bear

Ursa Major
vestimentum,-i n.
clothes

<vestis garment; vestibule
victor,-oris m.
winner

<vincere to conquer; victorious
ager,agri m.
field

agrarian; agriculture
auxilium,-ii f.
help, aid

auxiliary
cera,-ae f.
wax
concilium,-ii n.
assembly

council; reconcile; conciliatory
fistula,-ae f.
pipes of Pan

fistulous= tubular, hollow, as a reed
fuga,-ae f.
flight

fugitive; refuge; refugee
ripa,-ae f.
bank

riparian adj. pertaining to a stream's bank
satyrus,-i m.
satyr

Satyridae, family of butterflies
sonus,-i m.
sound

resonate; consonant
unda,-ae f.
wave

undulation, undulatory
vir,viri m.
man

virility, virile
aera m. (Gk. acc. sg)
air

aerobatic
campus,-i m.
field

camp; campaign
equus,-i m.
horse

equestrian; equitation
funera n. pl.
funerals
lacrima,-ae f.
tear

lacrimose; lacrimal
mater,matris f.
mother

maternal; maternity
moenia,-ium n. pl.
walls, fortifications
mora,-ae f.
pause, delay

moratorium
poena,-ae f.
punishment

impunity
populus,-i m.
people

populace
querella,-ae f.
complaint

querulous; quarrel
ruina,-ae f.
disaster, destruction

ruin; ruinous; ruination
sagitta,-ae f.
arrow

sagittal; Sagittarius
schola,-ae f. Gk.
school

scholastic
statua,-ae f.
statue

statuesque
ara,-ae f.
altar (in church)

Ara Pacis- a dedication to Peace by Augustus
donum,-i n.
gift

donation
fama,-ae f.
fame,rumor,report

famous
familia,-ae f.
family

familiar
filius,-ii m.
son

affiliation; filial
flamma,-ae f.
flame

inflammatory
fortuna,ae f.
luck

fortune
liberi,-orum m.
children
oculus,-i m.
eye

ocular
oppidum,-i n.
town
potentia,-ae f.
power

potent; potential cf. potestas
puer,-i m.
boy

puerile
regia,-ae f.
palace

regal
superbia,-ae f.
pride
templum,-i n.
temple
via,-ae f.
road,route,way