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dies
diei
m
day
praetereo
praeterire
praeterii
praeteritum
go by
fruor
frui
fructus sum
enjoy
existimo
existimare
existimavi
existimatum
suppose
think
consider
rus
ruris
n
country
countryside
country place
transeo
transire
transii
transitum
go over
go across
dissimilis, -e
unlike
puto
putare
putavi
putatum
think
humus
humi
f
ground
earth
soil
subeo
subire
subii
subitum
go under
go up to
exercitus
exercit/us (m.)
army
nego
negare
negavi
negatum
(w. acc) deny, refuse
(w. indir. statement) say...not
impono
imponere
imposui
impositum
put in
put on
deceive
redeo
redire
redii
reditum
go back
come back
return
moror
morari
moratus sum
delay
dico
dicere
dixi
dictum
say
tollo
tollere
sustuli
sublatum
lift up
raise
remove
cerno
cernere
crevi
cretum (certum)
perceive, determine
humilis, -e
low
humble
moneo
monere (2nd Declension)
monui
monitum
warn
advise
infero
inferre
intuli
illatum
carry onward
bring upon
inflict
scio
scire
scivi
scitum
know
doleo
dol/ere
dolui
dolitum
(intrans.) suffer pain
(w. dat) cause pain
(w. acc.) lament
(w. inf. phrase)be sorry
nosco
noscere
novi
notum
come to know
find out
learn
cor
cordis
n
heart
scribo
scribere
scripsi
scriptum
write
fungor
functi
functus sum
perform
finish
sentio
sentire
sensi
sensum
feel
perceive
adfero
adferre
attuli
allatum
bring up
bring to
report
desino
desinere
desii
desitum
stop
cease
salus
salutis
f
health
welfare
safety
salvation
coepi
coepisse
coeptum
(perfect system only)
began
insto
instare
institi
_______
stand in
stand on
follow closely
press
proelium
proel/i (n.)
battle
passus
passus
m
pace
umquam
ever
fides
fidei
f
faith
trust
belief
valeo
val/ere
valui
valitum
be strong
be well
(imperative) farewell, goodbye
impedimentum
impeditmeni
n
hindrance
debeo
deb/ere
debui
debitum
owe
ought
facies
facei
f
appearance
face
constituo
constitere
constitui
constitutum
establish
decide
aufero
auferre
abstuli
ablatum
carry off
steal
cupio
cupere
cupivi
cupitum
want
desire
usus
usus
usefulness
advantage
habit
practice
vereor
ver/eri
veritus sum
stand in awe of
fear
manus
manus
f
hands
band of men
plebs
plebis (f.)
the multitude
the common people
rusticus, -a, -um
of the country
of farming
gaudeo
gaud/ere
gavisus sum
rejoice
adsum
adesse
adfui
adfuturs
be present at
be present at
be present to help
vescor
vesci
feed upon
domus
domus
f
home
memini
meminisse
remember
refero
referre
rettuli
relatum
bring back
report back
tempto
temptare
temptavi
temptatum
test
try
promitto
promittere
promisi
promissum
send forth
promise
miles
militis (m.)
soldier
spes
spei
f
hope
expectation
genus
generis (n.)
birth
offspring
kind
parco
parcere
peperci
parsum
spare
propero
propare
propavi
propatum
hasten
milia
milium
n
thousands
opto
optare
optavi
optatum
choose
wish for
wish
doceo
doc/ere
docui
doctum
teach
inform
soleo
sol/ere
solitus sum
be accustomed
do usually
cursus
cursus
m
running
course
gracilis, -e
thin
slim
scrawny
rogo
rogare
rogavi
rogatum
ask
ask for
uto
uti
usus sum
use
servio
serv/ire
servivi
servitum
serve
obliviscor
oblivisci
oblitus sum
forget
cornu
cornus
n
horn
wing of an army
cogo
cogere
coegi
coactum
(w acc.) collect
(w. inf. phrase) compel
confero
conferre
contuli
collatum
bring together
collect
compare
potior
potiri
potitus sum
get possession of
res
rei
f
thing
affair
fact
iuro
iurare
iuravi
iuratum
swear
invideo
invid/ere
invidi
invisum
envy
iubeo
iub/ere
iussi
iussum
bid
order
species
speciei
f
sight
appearance
show
kind
dubito
dubitare
dubitavi
dubitatum
doubt
hesitate
credo
credere
credidi
creditum
believe
patior
pati
passus sum
endure
experience
allow
placeo
plac/ere
placui
placitum
please
cesso
cessare
cessavi
cessatum
pause
hesitate
publicus, -a, -um
public
belonging to the people
noblis, -e
well-known
noble
ostendo
ostendere
ostendi
ostentum
display
show
numquam
never
praesto
praestare
praestiti
preastitum
stand before
excel
spero
sperare
speravi
speratum
expect
hope
hope for
metus
metus
m
fear
dread
audeo
aud/ere
ausus sum
dare
fero
ferre
tuli
latum
bear
bring
take
relate
adversus
(prep. w. acc.) against
versus
versus
m
a turning
a verse
a line
vix (adv)
scarcely
barely
prosum
prodesse
profui
profuturus
be useful
be advantageous
be profitable
vetus, veteris

vetustior, -ius

veterrimus, -a, -um
older

older

oldest
faveo
fav/ere
favi
fautum
favor
procul (adv)
at a distance
pareo
par/ere
parui
paritum
obey
superus, -a, -um

superior, -ius

supremus, -a, -um
(summus, -a, -um)
above

higher

highest
abeo
abire
abii
abitum
go away
acies
aciei
f
sharp edge
line of battle
straight line
adeo
adire
adii
aditum
go to
approach
multi, -ae, -a

plures, plura

plurimi, -ae, -a
many

more

most
consulo
consulere
consului
consultum
take counsel for
consult the interests of
numerus
numeri (m)
number
group

obeo
obire
obii
obitum
go to
go to meet
take part in
causa
causae (f)
cause
reason
[legal] case
noceo
noc/ere
nocui
nocitum
harm
iuvenis, -is

iunior

-
young

younger

-
pereo
perire
perii
peritum
perish
be lost
-

prior, prius

primus, -a, -um
-

former

first, foremost
multus, -a, -um

-

plurimus, -a, -um
much

-

most
senex, senis

senior

-
old

older

-
dexter, dextera, dexterum
(dexter, dextra, dextrum)
on the right
handy
skillful
dexter, -tra, -trum

dexterior, -ius

dextimus, -a, -um
handy

handier

handiest
vox
vocis (f)
voice
princeps
principis (m)
chief
leading man
prince
emperor
caecus, -a, -um
blind
invisible
ars
artis (f)
art
craft
skill
(i-stem)
varius, -a, -um
various
varying
varied
labor
laboris (m)
labor
toil
effort
hardship
inferus -a -um
below
opus
operis (n)
work
task
sinister, sinistra, sinistrum
on the left
malus -a -um

peior, peius

pessimus, -a, -um
bad

worse

worst
aequus, -a, -um
level
equal
fair
just
parvus, -a, -um

minor, minus

minimus, -a, -um
small, little

smaller, less

smallest, least
bonus, -a, -um

melior, -ius

optimus, -a, -um
good

better

best
senex
senis (masculine only)
old
ventus
venti (m)
wind
simul (adv)
at the same time
turba
turbae (f)
crowd
disturbance
ob
(prep. w. acc.)
because of
on account of
honor
honoris (m)
an honor
public
office
maritus
mariti (m)
husband
nascor
nasci
natus sum
be born
superus, -a, -um
above
inferus, -a, -um

inferior, -ius

infimus, -a, -um (imus, -a, -um)
below

lower

lowest
propter
(prep. w. acc.)
because of
on account of
gloria
gloriae (f)
glory
haud (adv)
by no means
not at all
ius
iuris (n)
law
right
magnus, -a, -um

maior, maius

maximus, -a, -um
great

greater

greatest
casus
cas/us (m)
fall
accident
event
occasion
chance, fate