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amo
I love
amateur
porto
I carry
portable
laudo
I praise
laudable
oro
I pray
orator
laboro
I work
laboratory
navigo
I sail
navigate
paro
I prepare
preparation
specto
I look at
spectacle
clamo
I shout
clamor
voco
I call
vocation
supero
I conquer, overcome
superior
adoro
I adore
adoration
libero
I free
liberty
ambulo
I walk
circumambulate
pugno
I fight
pugnacious
judico
I judge, consider
judgment
occupo
I seize
occupy
appello
I speak to, address
appellation
narro
I tell
narrate
do
I give
donor
habito
I live in, dwell
inhabit
lavo
I wash
lavatory
moneo
I warn
monitor
video
I see
video
terreo
I frighten
terrify
habeo
I have
habit
moveo
I move
movement
timeo
I fear
intimidate
doceo
I teach
doctrine
debeo
I owe, ought
debt
prohibeo
I prevent
prohibit
jubeo
I order, command
jubilee
sedeo
I sit
sedentary
sum
I am
possum
I am able, I can
Ora et Labora
Pray and Work
Mater Italiae - Roma
The Mother of Italy - Rome
Caelum et Terra
Heaven and Earth
E pluribus unum
One out of many
Labor omnia vincit
Work conquers all
mea culpa
my fault
Anno Domini, A.D.
In the year of our Lord
Roma, ae
Rome
Roman
Italia, ae
Italy
Italian
gloria, ae
glory
glorify
vita, ae
life
vital
aqua, ae
water
aquarium
memoria, ae
memory
remember
victoria, ae
victory
victorious
mensa, ae
table
mesa
toga, ae
toga
patria, ae
fatherland, country
patriot
culpa, ae
fault, guilt
culprit
Maria, ae
Mary
fuga, ae
flight
fugitive
luna, ae
moon
lunar
terra, ae
land, earth
terrestrial, terrain, territory, Mediterranean
lingua, ae
language
bilingual
via, ae
road, way
viaduct
fortuna, ae
fortune, chance
fortunate
herba, ae
plant
herbal
nauta, ae (m)
sailor
nautical
Gallia, ae
Gaul
femina, ae
woman
feminine
filia, ae
daughter
filly
unda, ae
wave
inundate
Hispania, ae
Spain
Hispanic
silva, ae
forest
Pennsylvania
stella, ae
star
stellar
ursa, ae
bear
Ursa Minor
ira, ae
anger
irate
gratia, ae
thanks
grateful
hora, ae
hour
pecunia, ae
money
peculiar
regina, ae
queen
regal
puella, ae
girl
corona, ae
crown
coronation
mora, ae
delay, pause
moratorium
insula, ae
island
insulate
injuria, ae
injury
injure
cena, ae
dinner
ecclesia, ae
church
ecclesiatical
aquila, ae
eagle
aquiline
aurora, ae
dawn
Aurora Borealis
auriga, ae
charioteer
pugna, ae
fight
repugnant
fenestra, ae
window
fama, ae
fame, rumor, report
famous, infamous
Semper Fidelis
Always Faithful
Senatus Populusque Romanus, S.P.Q.R.
The Senate and People of Rome
stupor mundi
wonder of the world
ante bellum
before the war
Excelsior!
Ever higher!
Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus, Dominus Deus Sabaoth
Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Hosts
servus, i
slave
service
amicus, i
friend
amicable
annus, i
year
annual
filius, i
son
filial
dominus, i
lord
dominion
Deus, i
God
deity
Christus, i
Christ
Christian
legatus, i
lieutenant, envoy
delegate
discipulus, i
student
disciple
gladius, i
sword
gladiator
murus, i
wall
mural
populus, i
people
popular
animus, i
mind, spirit
animated
mundus, i
world
mundane
socius, i
ally
social, society
nuntius, i
message, messenger
announce, pronounce
barbarus, i
barbarian
barbaric
campus, i
field (athletic, assembly)
camp
capillus, i
hair
capillary
cibus, i
food
equus, i
horse
equine
ventus, i
wind
ventilate
locus, i
place
local, location
agnus, i
lamb
oculus, i
eye
ocular, binocular
hortus, i
garden
horticulture
nimbus, i
cloud
ludus, i
game, school
ludicrous
bellum, i
war
rebel, belligerent, bellicose
donum, i
gift
donate
oppidum, i
town
telum, i
weapon
verbum, i
word
verbal, verbatim
regnum, i
kingdom
regent, regency
frumentum, i
grain
fruit
signum, i
sign
signature, signal
imperium, i
command, empire
imperial, emperor, empire, imperious
proelium, i
battle
gaudium, i
joy
gaudy
auxilum, i
help, aid
auxilary
debitum, i
debt
debit
caelum, i
heaven
celestial
peccatum, i
sin, mistake
impeccable, peccadillo
vallum, i
wall, rampart
praemium, i
reward
premium
vinum, i
wine
vineyard
tergum, i
back
forum, i
forum
Novus ordo seclorum
New order of the ages
Nunc aut numquam
Now or never
Veni, vidi, vici
I came, I saw, I conquered
Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi
Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world
Rident stolidi verba Latina
Fools laugh at the Latin language
Quo vadis?
Where are you going?
frater, fratris
brother
fraternal
pater, patris
father
paternal
mater, matris
mother
maternal
centurio, centurionis
centurion
century
civitas, civitatis
state
civil, civilian, civilize
soror, sororis
sister
sorority
veritas, veritatis
truth
very
Caesar, Caesaris
Caesar
caesarian
dolor, doloris
pain, sorrow
dolorous, Via Dolorosa
imperator, imperatoris
general, commander
imperative
caput, capitis
head
Capitol, capital, capitalize
hostis, hostis
enemy
hostile
ordo, ordinis
order, rank
ordain
tempus, temporis
time
temporal, tempo
virtus, virtutis
virtue, courage
virtuous
miles, militis
soldier
military
flumen, fluminis
river
fluid
legio, legionis
legion
legionary
canis, canis
dog
canine
nomen, nominis
name
nominal, nominate, denominator
lux, lucis
light
Lucifer, lucid
rex, regis
king
regal, Tyrannosaurus Rex
lex, legis
law
legal, legislature
urbs, urbis
city
urban, suburban
vox, vocis
voice
vocal, vocation
homo, hominis
man
homicide, homo sapiens
pax, pacis
peace
pacify, pacific
ignis, ignis
fire
ignite
collis, collis
hill
collide
navis, navis
ship
navy
nox, nocis
night
nocturnal
crux, crucis
cross
crucial, crucifix, crucible
pons, pontis
bridge
pontoon
gens, gentis
tribe
genitive, progeny, generate, gender
pars, partis
part
particle, particular, partial
mons, montis
mountain
mount
mors, mortis
death
mortal, mortality, immortal
corpus, corporis
body
corporal, corpse, corps, corporation
virgo, virginis
virgin
libra
pair of scales
scorpio
scorpion
sagittarius
archer
capricorn
goat
aquarius
water carrier
pisces
fish
aries
ram
taurus, i
bull
geminus, i
twin
cancer
crab
leo, leonis
lion
leonine
unus
one
unity, universe, union, unit, unique
duo
two
duet, dual, duo, duel
tres
three
trio, triangle
quattuor
four
quart, quarter, quartet
quinque
five
quintuplets, quintillion
sex
six
sextet, sextillion
septem
seven
September, septillion
octo
eight
October, octillion, octagon, octapus
novem
nine
November, nonillion, nonagon
decem
ten
December, decimal, decagon, decahedron
centum
hundred
cent, century, percent, centennial, centigrade
mille
thousand
mile, million, milligram, millenium
Alma mater
Nurturing mother
Pax Romana
The Peace of Rome
Miles Christi sum
I am a soldier of Christ
Vox Populi, Vox Dei
The voice of the people is the voice of god.
Signum crucis
The sign of the cross
Et tu Brute?
You too, Brutus?
altus, a, um
high, deep
altitude, altar
bonus, a, um
good
bonbon, bonny
longus, a, um
long
longitude
malus, a, um
bad
malady, maladjusted, malice
multus, a, um
much, many
multiply, multitude
magnus, a, us
large, great
magnificent, magnify
plenus, a, um
full
plenary, plentiful
sanctus, a, um
holy, saint
sanctify
tutus, a, um
safe
parvus, a, um
small
aeternum, a, um
eternal
everlasting, eternity
certus, a, um
certain, sure
certainly
primus, a, um
first
primary
secundus, a, um
second
secondary
tertius, a, um
third
tertiary
proximus, a, um
next, nearest
approximate, proximity
summus, a, um
highest
summit, sum
totus, a, um
whole
total
solus, a, um
alone, only
solitary, solitude, solo
novus, a, um
new
novel, novice, innovate, renovate
tuus, a, um
your (one person)
meus, a, um
my
semper
always
saepe
often
nunc
now
clam
secretly
clandestine
non
not
nonsense
bene
well
benefit, benevolent
numquam
never
ante
before
antique
post
after
posterior, posterity
inter
between, among
intermission, interlude
contra
against
contrast
sub
under
subway
supra
above
supranational
ex
out of
exit, extra
Jesus
Jesus
sicut
as
et
and
PRONOUN FORM (first person)
ego
Trans. (I,my,me or we,our,us)
ego nos
mei nostri,nostrum
mihi nobis
me nos
me nobis
PROUNOUN FORM (second person)
tu
Trans. (you, your)
tu vos
tui vestri,vestrum
tibi vobis
te vos
te vobis
PRESENT TENSE IRREGULAR VERB
sum
Translation
(I am, he is, we are, you are, they are)
sum sumus
es estis
est sunt
PRESTENT TENSE IRREGULAR VERB
possum
Translation (I am able/can)
(I, he, we, you, they can)
possum posumus
potes potestis
potest posunt
VERB ENDINGS (Present Tense)
-o
Trans. (I, you, he/she/it or we, you (pl), they)
-o -mus
-s -tis
-t -nt
VERB ENDINGS (future tense)
-bo
Translation
(I, he, we, you, they will)
-bo -bimus
-bis -bitis
-bit -bunt
VERB ENDINGS
(imperfect/past tense)
-bam
Translation
(I, he was; we, you, they were)
-bam -bamus
-bas -batis
-bat -bant
1st CONJUGATION
porto (present)
portabo (future)
portabam (imperfect)
PRESENT
porto portamus
portas portatis
portat portant

FUTURE
portabo portabimus
portabis portabitis
portabit portabunt

IMPERFECT
portabam portabamus
portabas portabatis
portabat portabant
2nd CONJUGATION
moneo (present)
monebo (future)
monebam (imperfect)
PRESENT
moneo monemus
mones monetis
monet monent

FUTURE
monebo monebimus
monebis monebitis
monebit monebunt

IMPERFECT
monebam monebamus
monebas monebatis
monebat monebant
ego
I
tu
you (nom. sg)
1st DECLENSION NOUN
CASE ENDINGS
-a
SING. PLUR.
NOM. -a -ae
GEN. -ae -arum
DAT. -ae -is
ACC. -am -as
ABL. -a -is
NOUN FORM (1st DECLENSION)
mensa
SINGULAR PLURAL
mensa mensae
mensae mensarum
mensae mensis
mensam mensas
mensa mensis
2nd DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUN
CASE ENDINGS
-us
SING. PLUR.
NOM. -us -i
GEN. -i -orum
DAT. -o -is
ACC. -um -os
ABL. -o -is
NOUN FORM (2nd DECL. MASCUL.)
servus
SINGULAR PLURAL
servus servi
servi servorum
servo servis
servum servos
servo servis
2nd DECLENSION NEUTER NOUN
CASE ENDINGS
-um
SING. PLUR.
NOM. -um -a
GEN. -i -orum
DAT. -o -is
ACC. -um -a
ABL. -o -is
2nd DECL. NEUTER NOUN FORM
donum
SINGULAR PLURAL
domum dona
doni donorum
dono donis
donum dona
dono donis
1st & 2nd DECL. ADJECTIVES
(MASCULINE, FEMIN., NEUTER)
bonus bona bonum
MASCUL. FEMIN. NEUTER

SINGULAR
bonus bona bonum
boni bonae boni
bono bonae bono
bonum bonam bonum
bono bona bono

PLURAL
boni bonae bona
bonorum bonarum bonorum
bonis bonis bonis
bonos bonas bona
bonis bonis bonis
QUOTE:
Pater Noster
(The Lord's Prayer)
Pater Noster Qui es in Caelis
Sanctificetur Nomen Tuum
Adveniat Regnum Tuum
Fiat Voluntas Tua
Sicut in Caelo et in Terra
Panem Nostrum Cotidianum Da Nobis Hodie
et Dimitte Nobis Debita Nostra
Sicut et Nos Dimittimus Debitoribus Nostris
et Ne Nos Inducas in Tentationem
Sed Libera Nos A Malo
QUOTE:
Table Blessing
Benedic, Domine, nos
et haec Tua dona
quae de Tua largitate
sumus sumpturi
per Christum Dominum Nostrum Amen.
SING:
Adeste Fideles
(O Come All Ye Faithful)
(3 verses and chorus)
Adeste Fideles, Laeti triumphantes
Venite, venite in Bethlehem.
Natum videte Regem Angelorum

(CHORUS)
Venite adoremus, Venite adoremus,
Ventie adoremus Dominum.
(END CHORUS)

Cantet nunc Io, Chorus Angelorum;
Cantet nunc aula caelestium.
Gloria, Gloria In excelsis Deo:

(CHORUS)

Deum de Deo, Lumen de lumine
Gestant puellae viscera;
Deum verum, Genitum, non factum.
SING:
Dona Nobis Pacem &
Christus Vincit
Dona Nobis Pacem. Pacem
Dona Nobis Pacem. (repeat 4x)

Christus vincit,
Christus regnat,
Christus, Christus imperat.
QUOTE:
Ave Maria
(Hail Mary)
Ave Maria, gratia plena
Dominus tecum,
Benedicta tu in mulieribus
Et benedictus fructus bentris tui, Jesus

Sancta Maria, Mater Dei
Ora pro nobis peccatoribus
Nunc et in hora mortis nostrae. Amen.
QUOTE:
Doxology
(Glory be)
Gloria Patri, et Filio, et Spiritui Sancto
Sicut erat in principio et nunc,
Et semper et in saecula saeculorum, Amen.