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circumspecto,
circumspectare,
circumspectavi,
circumspectatus
to look around
curro,
currere,
cucurri,
cursus
to run
interficio,
interficere,
interfeci,
interfectus
to kill
gero,
gerere,
gessi,
gestum
to wage, manage, wear, carry
trado,
tradere,
tradidi,
traditus
to hand over
vulnero,
vulnare,
vulneravi,
vulneratum
to wound
ara, arae (f.)
altar
arma, armorum (n.,pl.)
arms, weapons
forma, formae (f.)
form, shape, beauty
aureus, aurea, aureum
golden
primus, prima, primum
first
secundus, secunda, secundum
second, favorable
hora, horae (f.)
hour
sanguis, sanginis (m.)
blood
tempus, temporis (n.)
time
senex, senis (m.)
old man
aureus, aurea, aureum
golden
fortis, forte
brave, strong
secundus, secunda, secundum
second, favorable
hora, horae (f.)
hour
sanguis, sanginis (m.)
blood
tempus, temporis (n.)
time
alienus, aliena, alienum
belonging to another
ceteri, ceterae, cetera
the others, the rest
clarus, clara, clarum
clear, bright, famous
fessus, fessa, fessum
tired, weary
mirus, mira, mirum
amazing, wonderful
tantus, tanta, tantum
so great, so large
vivus, viva, vivum
alive, living
potens, potentis
powerful
talis, tale
of such a kind
tot
so many
adsum,
adesse,
adfui
to be present
appropinquo,
appropinquare,
appropinquavi,
appropinquatum
to approach
vivo,
vivere,
vixi,
victum
to live, to be alive
edo,
edere,
edidi,
editum
to eat
caput, capitis (n.)
head
coniunx, coniugis (m./f.)
spouse
hospes, hospitis (m./f.)
stranger, guest
mens, mentis (f.)
mind
modus, modi (m.)
measure, degree, manner, way
moenia, moenium (n./pl.)
walls, fortifications
studium, studi (n.)
zeal, enthusiasm, study, hobby
vestis, vestis (f.)
garment, clothing
vitium, viti (n.)
crime, fault
alter, altera, alterum
the other of two, second
nullus, nulla, nullum
none, not any
ullus, ulla, ullum
any
neuter, nuetra, nuetrum
neither
uter, utra, utrum
which (of two)
plenus, plena, plenum
full
posterus, postera, posterum
following, subsequent
versus, versa, versum
true, real
aliquis, aliquid
someone, anyone, something, anything
quidam, quaedam, quoddam
a certain person, a certain thing
absum,
abesse,
afui,
afuturum
to be absent
ardeo,
ardere,
ardearsi,
afuturum
to burn
claudo,
claudere,
clausi,
clausum
to shut, close
coleo,
colere,
colui
to cultivate, to worship
creo,
creare,
creavi,
creatum
to elect
lego,
legere,
legi,
lectum
to pick, choose, read
relinquo,
relinquere,
reliqui,
relictum
to leave behind, abandon
sedeo,
sedere,
sedi,
sessum
to sit
cursus, cursus (m.)
running, course
metus, metus (m.)
fear, dread
passus, passus (m.)
pace, step
usus, usus (m.)
use, usefulness, advantage, habit, practice
versus, versus (m.)
turning, verse
domus, domus (f.)
house
manus, manus (f.)
hand, band of men
cornu, cornus (n.)
horn, wing (of an army)
dies, diei (m.)
day
facies, faciei (f.)
appearance, face
fides, fidei (f.)
faith, trust, belief
res, rei (f.)
thing, affair, fact
species, speciei (f.)
sight, show, kind
spes, spei (f.)
hope, expectation
ostendo,
ostendere,
ostendi,
ostentum
to show, display
verto,
vertere,
versi,
versum
to turn
fero,
ferre,
tuli,
latum
to bear, bring, take, relate
adfero,
adferre,
attuli,
allatum
to bring up, bring to
aufero,
auferre,
abstuli,
ablatum
to carry off, steal
confero,
conferre,
contuli,
collatum
to bring together, collect
infero,
inferre,
intuli,
illatum
to bring upon, inflict
refero,
referre,
retuli,
relatum
to bring back, report back
tollo,
tollere,
sustuli,
sublatum
to lift up, raise, remove
eo,
ire,
ii/ivi,
itum
to go
abeo,
abire,
abii/abivi,
abitum
to go away
adeo,
adire,
adii/adivi,
aditum
to go to, approach
obeo,
obire,
obii/obivi,
obitum
to meet
pereo,
perire,
perii/perivi,
peritum
to be lose, to perish
redeo,
reire,
reii/reivi,
reitum
to go back, return
subeo,
subire,
subii/subivi,
subitum
to go uner, to go up to
transeo,
transire,
transii/transivi,
transitum
to go over, to go across
volo,
velle,
volui
to want, wish, be willing
nolo,
nolle,
nolui
not want, be unwilling
malo,
malle,
malui
to prefer
fio,
fieri,
factum
to happen, to become