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aula, aulae
1f pot
aurum, auri
2n gold
cuquus, coqui
2m cook
corōna, corōnae
1f garland
ego
I
me
scaena, scaenae
1f stage
seruus, serui
2m male slave
you (s.)
you (s.)
plēnus, -a, -um
full (of) + gen.
cēlō, cēlare
to hide
clamo, clamare
to shout
intro, intrare
to enter
porto, portare
to carry
voco, vocare
to call
habeo, habēre
to have
timeo, timēre
to fear
ad
(+ acc) to(wards); at
autem
but
cur
why
deinde
next
enim
for, because
igitur
therefore
in
(+acc) into, onto
(abl) in, on
nam
for, because
non
no(t)
nunc
now
quoque
also
sed
but
semper
always
si
if
sub
(+abl) under, beneath
cura, curae
1f care, worry, concern
deus, dei
2m god
thesaurus, thesauri
2m treasure
unguentum, unguenti
2n ointment
aedis, aedis
aedies, aedium
3f temple
3f house (pl)
fur, furis
3m theif
honor, honoris
3m respect
senex, senis
3m old man
multus, -a, -um
much, many
nullus, -a, -um
no, none
amo, amare
to love
curo, curare
to look after, care for
do, dare
to give
explico, explicare
to explain
supplico, supplicare
to pray (to)
possideo, possidēre
to possess
video, vidēre
to see
clam
secretly
quare
why
quod
because
tamen
however, but
tandem
at length
aqua, aquae
1f water
dominus, domini
2m master
oculus, oculi
2m eye
vicinus, vicini
2m neighbor
ignis, ignis
3m fire
malus, -a, -um
bad
meus, -a, -um
my, mine
saluus, -a, -um
safe
tuus, -a, -um
your(s)
cogito, cogitare
to consider
rogo, rogare
to ask
servo, servare
to save
sto, stare
to stand
verbero, verberare
to beat
vexo, vexare
to annoy
maneo, manēre
to wait
moneo, monēre
to advise, warn
taceo, tacēre
to be silent
ē, ex
(+abl) out of, from
neque
neither; and...not; nor
numquam
never
quid
what
statim
at once
ut
how
miser, -a, -um
miserable
eo, ire, ii, itum
to go
exeo, exire
to exit
abeo, abire
to go away
adeo, adire
to approach
redeo, redire
to return
femina, feminae
1f woman
pecunia, pecuniae
1f money
puella, puellae
1f girl
filius, filii
2m son
vir, viri
2m man, husband
dives, divitis
3m.f. rich (person)
frater, fratris
3m brother
pater, patris
3m father
pauper, pauperis
3m.f. poor (person)
soror, sororis
3f sister
vxor, vxoris
3f wife
magnus, -a, -um
great, large
optimus, -a, -um
best
habeo, habēre
to regard
iubeo, iubēre, iussi
to command
vale
goodbye
a, ab
(+abl) away from
ita
so; yes
nec
neither; nor
nimis
too much (of) +gen
-que
and
satis
enough (of) +gen
tum
then
ut
as, when, (how)
nomen, nominis
3n name
domum
to home
domi
at home
pulcher, pulchra, -um
beautiful
duco, ducere, duxi, ductus
to lead
domum duco
to marry
dico, dicere, dixi, dictus
to speak
audio, audire
to hear
nuptiae, nuptiarum
1f marriage-rites
animus, animi
2m mind, spirit, heart
consilium, consilii
2n plan
dos, dotis
3f dowry
homo, hominis
3m man
bonus, -a, -um
good; brave; fit; honest
irrideo, irridēre
to mock
salve
welcome
posco, poscere
to demand
promitto, promittere, promisi, promissus
to promise
bene
well
et...et
both...and
hodie
today
-ne
?
occidi
I'm done for
perii
I'm lost
quasi
as if, like
quid consili
what (of) plan
quo
(to) where
secum
with/to himself/herself
ubi
where (at)
facinus, facinoris
3n deed; crime
onus, oneris
3n load
scelus, sceleris
3n crime; criminal
facio, facire, feci, factus
to do
fero, ferre, tuli, latus
to bear
volo, velle
to wish, want
cena, cenae
1f dinner
turba, turbae
1f crowd, mob
civis, civis
3m citizen
nihil
nothing
amitto, amittere, amisi, amissus
to lose
aufero, auferre, abstuli, ablatus
to steal
coquo, coquere
to cook
mitto, mittere, misi, missus
to send
dormio, dormire
to sleep
inuenio, inuenire
to find
scio, scire
to know
fugui, fugere
to escape
habeo negotium
to conduct business
ineo, inire
to enter
apud
+acc at the house of, in the hands of, in the works of
aut
or
quid negoti
what (of) business
ubi
when
audax, audacis
brave
facilis, facile
easy
ingens, ingentis
huge
omnis, omne
omnia
all, every
everything
tristis, triste
sad
audacia, audaciae
1f boldness
continentia, continentiae
1f self-control
fanum, fani
2n shrine
ivuenis, ivuenis
3m young man
virtus, virtutis
3f manliness
aequus, -a, -um
fair
summus, -a, -um
highest
age
come
credo, credere, credidi, creditus
to believe (+dat); to entrust (acc)
ostendo, ostendere
to show
reddo, reddire, reddidi, redditus
to return
tango, tangire, tetigi, tactus
to touch
certe
without doubt
certo
for a fact