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et
and
hic, haec, hoc
this, this one
in (and know what cases this preposition takes)
acc.
into, on to, towards, against
quis, quid
who? what? which?
qui, quae, quod
which? what? what kind of?
tu (and in pl vos – know how this declines)
you
2nd person
vos - you
ego (and in pl nos – know how this declines)
I
nos - we
per (and know what cases this preposition takes)
through
acc.
sum, esse, fui, futurus
to be
neque
neither...nor
atque
and, and also
ad (and know what cases this preposition takes)
acc.
towards
non
not
ille, illa, illud
that
he, she, it
iam
now
sui, sibi, se, se
herself, himself, itself
magnus, a,um
great, large
ipse, ipsa, ipsud
self, himself, herself, itself
si
if
aut
or, or else
fero, ferre, tuli, latum
to bear, bring, carry
nunc
now
sic
so, thus
venio, venīre, vēni, venturus
to come
terra,ae
earth
do, dare, dedi, datum
to offer, to give
cum (and know what cases this preposition takes)
abl.
with, together
deus, -i
god, goddess
video, vidēre, vīdi, visum
to see
urbs, urbis
city
tum
then, at that time
ab (and know what case this preposition takes)
abl.
from
talis, e (3rd decl. adjective)
of such a kind, such
primus, a, um
first, foremost
eo (adv.)
thither, to that point
eo, ire, ivi (or ii), iturus
to go
sub (and know what cases this preposition takes)
abl.
under, underneath
dico, dicere, dixi, dictum
to indicate, to appoint
for, fari, fatum, --*
to speak, say
tantus, a, um**
of such a size, so great
sed
but, however
manus, -ūs (watch gender)
hand
animus, i
the spirtual or rational principle of life in man, the heart
teneo, tenēre, tenui, tentum
to hold
omnis, e (3rd decl. adjective)
all, every
ingens (3rd decl. adjective with only one nom. form for masc. fem.& neuter; genitive is ingent-is)
monsterous, vast, enormous
pater, patris
father
edo, edere, ededi, editus
to eat
ut (note the different meanings when followed by indicative or subjunctive)
how, that
litus, litoris
sea-shore, beach
tuus, a, um
thy, thine, your
vir, viri
man
longus, a, um
long
voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatum
to call
ante (and know what case this preposition takes)
before
acc/abl
at
but, yet, moreover
ubi
where
nox, noctis
night
noster, nostra, nostrum
of us, to us, for us
pectus, pectoris
chest