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area, ae
f open space
Britannia, ae
f Britain
cista, ae
f trunk, chest
filia, ae
f daughter
fossa, ae
f ditch
hora, ae
f hour
ianua, ae
f door
palla, ae
f palla
porta, ae
f gate
raeda, ae
f carriage
stola, ae
f woman's outer garment
toga, ae
f toga
toga pratexta, ae
f toga with purple border
toga virilis, ae
f toga of manhood or plain white toga
tunica, ae
f tunic
via, ae
f road, street
Via Appia, ae
f Appian Way
vinea, ae
f vineyard
dominus, i
m master
equus, i
m horse
filius, i
m son
liberi, orum
m pl. children
numerus, i
m number
raedarius, i
m coachman, driver
vilicus, i
m overseer, farm manager
vir, viri
m man, husband
canis, canis
m/f dog
frater, fratis
m brother
frons, frontis
f forehead
ianitor, ianitoris
m doorkeeper
mater, matris
f mother
narrator, narratoris
m narrator
nox, noctis
f night
nocte
f at night
parens, parentis
m/f parent
pater, patris
m father
soror, sororis
f sister
uxor, uxoris
f wife
alius, alia
another, other
alii
some others
bonus, bona
good
Cornelianus, Corneliana
belonging to Cornelius
miser, misera
unhappy, miserable
nullus, nulla
no, none
paratus, parata
ready, prepared
plenus, plena
full
scelestus, scelesta
wicked
secundus, secunda
second
semisomnus, semisomna
half-asleep
suus, sua
his, her, its, their (own)
immobilis
motionless
omnes, omnia
all, everryone, everything
celo, celara
to hide
convoco, convocare
to call together
excito, excitare
to rouse, wake (someone) up
exclamo, exclamare
to exclaim, shout out
festino, festinare
to hurry
incito, incitare
to spur on, urge on, drive
intro, intrare
to enter, go into
lacrimo, lacrimare
to weep, cry
latro, latrare
to bark
musso, mussare
to mutter
rogo, rogare
to ask
sto, stare
to stand
tempto, temptare
to try
verbero, verberare
to beat
habeo, habere
to have, hold
iubeo, iubere
to order
maneo, manere
to remain, stay
soleo, solere
to be accusttomed to, be in the habit of
taceo, tacere
to be quiet
teneo, tenere
to hold
discedo, discedere
to go away, depart
gero, gerere
to wear
induo, induere
to put on
inuro, inurere
to brand
mitto, mittere
to send
pono, ponere
to put, place
promitto, promittere
to promise
traho, trahere
to drag, pull
effugio, effugere
to flee, run away, escape
iacio, iacere
to throw
olfacio, olfacere
to catch the scent of, smell
impedio, impedire
to hinder, prevent
invenio, invenire
to come upon, find
nescio, nescire
to be ignorant, not to know
abeo, abire
to go away
absum, abesse
to be away, be absent
fero, ferre
to bring, carry
eam
her, it
mihi
for me, to me
nobis
for us
nos
we, us
vos
you
ad + acc
to, toward, at
cum + abl.
with
ex or e + abl.
from, out of
in + abl.

in + acc.
in, on

into, against
per + acc.
through, along
prope + acc.
near
sub + abl.
under, beneath
celeriter
quickly
cras
tomorrow
deinde
then, next
hic
here
interea
meanwhile
iterum
again, a second time
simul
together, at the same time
tacite
silently
quamquam
although
Quando?
When?
Quibuscum?
With whom?
Quo instrument
With what instrument, by what means?
Quocum?
With whom?
Quomodo?
By what manner? In what way?
Ubi?
Where?
Unde?
From where?
Age!/Agite!
Come on!
baculum
stick, staff
complexu
in an embrace
cubiculum
bedroom, room
eo ipso tempore
at that very moment
gerere solent
they are accustomed to wearing
id quod
that which, what
illa nocte
that night
in fronte litteras inurere
to brand letters on the forehead
in itinere
on a journey
ipse
himself
lacrimans
weeping
mecum
with me
nemo
no one
Noli/Nolite...excitare!
Don't wake up
O me miseram!
Poor me! Oh dear me!
se
himself
secunda hora
at the second hour
sedentes
sitting
servus quidam
a certain slave
se celare
to hide oneself
Tac/Tacete!
be quiet!
tempus est
it is time
tribus diebus
in three days
Vale!/Valete!
Goodbye!
vestigium
track, footprint, trace
amica, amicam
f friend
ancilla, ancillam
f slave woman
aqua, aquam
f water
epistula, epistulam
f letter
femina, feminam
f woman
Italia, Italiam
f Italy
lana, lanam
f wool
pictura, picturam
f picture
piscina, piscinam
f fishpond
puella, puellam
f girl
Roma, Romam
f Rome
silva, silvam
f woods, forest
staua, statuam
f statue
villa, villam
f country house
villa rustica, villam rusticam
f country house and farm
ager, agrum
m field
amicus, amicum
m friend
cibus, cibum
m food
hortus, hortum
m garden
lupus, lupum
m wolf
molestus, molestum
m pest
nuntius, nuntium
m messenger
puer, puerum
m boy
ramus, ramum
m branch
rivus, rivum
m stream
servus, servum
m slave
vir, virum
m man
aestas, aestatem
f summer
arbor, arborem
f tree
clamor, clamorem
m shout, shouting
fragor, fragorem
m crash, noise, din
mater, matrem
f mother
pater, patrem
m father
princeps, principem
m emperor
senator, senatorem
m senator
urbs, urbem
f city
vox, vocem
f voice
alter, altera
the other, the second
Britannicus, Britannica
British
calidus, calida
warm
defessus,defessa
tired
frigidus, frigida
cool, cold
ignavus, ignava
cowardly, lazy
infirmus, infirma
weak, shaky
iratus, irata
angry
laetus, laeta
happy, glad
magnus, magna
big, great, loud (voice, laugh)
meus, mea
my
molestus, molesta
troublesome, annoying
multi, multae
many
occupatus, occupata
busy
perterritus, perterrita
frightened, terrified
Romanus, Romana
Roman
salvus, salva
safe
sollicitus, sollicita
anxious, worried
solus, sola
alone
strenuus, strenua
active, energetic
temerarius, temeraria
rash, reckless, bold
vicinus, vicina
neighboring
ego
I
eius
his, her(s)
eos
them
eum
him
me
me
quae
who
qui
who
te
you
tu
you
adiuvat, adiuvant: adiuvare
to help
amat, amant: amare
to like, love
ambulat, ambulant: ambulare
to walk
appropinquat, appropinquant: appropinquare
to approach
clamat, clamant: clamare
to shout
curat, curant: curare
to look after, take care of
errat, errant: errare
to wander
habitat, habitant: habitare
to live, dwell
laborat, laborant: laborare
to work
observat, observant: observare
to watch
parat, parant: parare
to prepare, get ready
portat, portant: portare
to carry
purgat, purgant: purgare
to clean
revocat, revocant: revocare
to recall, call back
salutat, salutant: salutare
to greet, welcome
spectat, spectant: spectare
to watch, look at
vexat, vexant: vexare
to annoy
docet, docent: docere
to teach
lucet: lucere
it is light, it is day
respondet, respondent: respondere
to reply
redet, rident: ridere
to laugh, smile
sedet, sedent: sedere
to sit
terret, terrent: terrere
to frighten, terrify
timet, timent: timere
to fear, be afraid
videt, vident: videre
to see
ascendit, ascendunt: ascendere
to climb
cadit, cadunt: cadere
to fall
consulit, consulunt: consulere
to consult
coquit, coquunt: coquere
to cook
currit, currunt: currere
to run
descendit, descendunt: descendere
to come/go down, climb down
ducit, ducunt: ducere
to lead, take, bring
gemit, gemunt: gemere
to groan
legit, ledunt: legere
to read
petit, petunt: petere
to look for, seek
repellit, repellunt: repellere
to drive off, drive back
reprehendit, reprehendunt: reprehendere
to blame, scold
scribit, scribunt: scribere
to write
surgit, surgunt: surgere
to get up rise
tradit, tradunt: tradere
to hand over
arripit, arripiunt: arripere
to grab hold of, snatch
conspicit, conspiciunt: conspicere
to catch sight of
excipit, excipiunt: excipere
to welcome
facit, faciunt: facere
to make, do
advenit, adveniunt: advenire
to reach, arrive at
audit, audiunt: audire
to hear, listen to
dormit, dormiunt: dormire
to sleep
venit, veniunt: venire
to come
est, sunt: esse
to be
inquit
he/she says
it, eunt: ire
to go
exit, exeunt: exire
to go out
redit, redeunt: redire
to return
nolit, nolunt: nolle
to be unwilling, not to wish
potest, possunt: posse
to be able, can
vult, volunt: velle
to wish, want, be willing
ad villam
to the country house
e villa
from/out of the country house
ex agris
from/out of the fields
in hortum
into the garden
in horto
in the garden
per villam
throught the country house
prope rivum
near the stream
sub arbore
under the tree
adhuc
still
etiam
also, even
furtim
stealthily
hodie
today
iam
now, already
ibi
there
Ita vero!
Yes!
lente
slowly
Minime!
No!
mox
soon
non
not
nondum
not yet
non iam
no longer
nunc
now
quoque
also
saepe
often
semper
always
statim
immediately
strenue
strenuously, hard
subito
suddenly
tamen
however, nevertheless
tandem
at last, at length
tum
at that moment, then
ubi
where, when
dum
while, as long as
et
and
igitur
therefore
neque
and...not
neque...neque
neither...nor
quod
because
sed
but
si
if
Cur...?
Why?
-ne
(indicates a question)
Qualis...?
What sort of...?
Quem...?
Whom...?
Qui...?
Who...?
Quid...?
What...?
Quid facit...?
What does...do? What is...doing?
Quis...?
Who...?
Quo...?
Where to...?
Quos...?
Whom...?
Abi, moleste!
Go away, pest!
Abite, molesti!
Go away, pests!
aestate
in summer
brevi tempore
in a short time, soon
Cave, Sexte!
Be careful, Sextus!
dies
day
Ecce!
Look!
Eheu!
Alas!
Eugepae!
Hurray!
Fer/Ferte auxilium!
Bring help! Help!
in eadem villa
in the same country house
ipsa
herself
laborantes
working
lanam trahere
to spin wool
magna voce
in a loud voice
necesse est
it is necessary
nihil
nothing
nomine
by name, called
omnes
all
omnia quae
everything that
Roman
to Rome
Salve!
Greetings! Hello!
ira, irae
f anger
littera, litterae
f letter (of the alphabet)