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a/ab
+abl, from
accedo, -ere, 3.
I approach.
accipip, -ere, 3io
I receive, accept
ad + acc
to, towards
adsum, adesse
I am present
advenio, -ire, 4
I arrive
aedifico, -are,1
I build
ager, agri
field
alius, alia, aliud
other, another
ambulo, -are, 1
I walk
amicus, -i
friend
amo, -are, 1
I love
amoor, amoris
love
animus
mind
ante + acc
before
anxius, -a, um
anxious
aqua, -ae
water
arbor, arboris
tree
arma, -orum
arms, weapons
ascendo, -ere 3
I climb
audio, -ire
I hear
aura, -ae
breeze, air
aut...aut
either...or
auxilium, -i
help
bellum gero, -ere, 3
I wage war
bellum, -i
war
bene
well
bibo, -ere, 3
I drink
bonus, -a, -um
good
cado, -ere, 3
I fall
caelum, -i
sky, heaven
canis, canis
dog
cano, -ere, 3
I fall
capio, capere, 3
I take
carmen, carminis
song
carus, -a, -um
dear
casa, -ae
house, cottage
castra, -orum
camp
celeriter
quickly
cena, -ae
dinner
ceno, -are
I dine
centurio, centurionis
centurion
ceteri, ceterae, cetera
the others/rest
cibus, -i
food
circum + acc
round
circumvenio, -ire, 4
I surround
civis, civis
citizen
clamo, -are, 1
I shout
clamor, clamoris
shout
cognosco, -ere, 3
I get to know, learn, find out
collis, collis
hill
colo, -ere, 3
I worship, I till
colonus, -i
farmer
comes, comitis
comrade
commotus, -a, -um
moved
conicio, -ere, 3
I hurl
conscendo, -ere, 3
I board (a ship)
consillium, -i
plan
constituo, constituere, 3
I decide
consul, consulis
consul
contendo, -ere, 3
I walk, march, hasten
convenio, -ire, 4
I come together, meet
convoco, convocare, 4
I call together
cum + abl
with
cupio, cupere, 3
I desire, want
cur?
why?
curo, -are, 1
I care for, look after
curro, -ere, 3
I run
custodio, -ire, 4
I guard
custos, custodis
guard
de+abl
about
de+abl
down from
dea, deae
goddess
debeo, debere, 2
I ought, I must
dedo, -ere, 3
I give up, surrender
defendo, defendere, 3
I defend
depono, -ere, 3
I put down
despero, -are, 1
I despair
deus, dei
god
dico, -ere, 3
I say
dictator, dictatoris
dictator
dignus, -q, -um
worthy
diligenter
carefully, hard
dimitto, dimittere, 3
I send away, dismiss
diu
for a long time
divinus, -a, -um
divine
do, -are, 1
I give
doceo, docere, 2
I teach
domina, -ae
mistress
domum
(to) home
domus, -i
home
dormio, -ire, 4
I sleep
duco, -ere3
I lead, draw (water)
dum
while
duo, duae, duo
two
e/ex+abl
out, from
eam, eum
her, him
ego
I
emo, -ere, 3
I buy
eo
(to) there, thither
eo, ire
I go
eos, eas
them
equus, equi
horse
erro, -ere, 1
I wander, I err, I am wrong
et
and
et...et
both...and
etiam
even, also
evado, -ere, 3
I escape
evigilo, -are, 1
I wake up
excito, -are, 1
I rouse, awaken
exemplum, -i
example
exeo, exire
I go out
exerceo, -ere, 2
I exercise, train
expecto, -are, 1
I wait for
fabula, -ae
story, play
facio, -ere, 3io
I make/do
fama, -ae
fame, report, reputation
familia, -ae
family, household
felix, felicis
lucky, happy
femina, -ae
woman
fero, ferre
I carry, bear
fessius, -a, -um
tired
festino, -are, 1
I hurry
filia, -ae
daughter
filius, -i
son
flos, floris
flower
flumen, fluminis
river
foedus, foederis
treaty
forma, -ae
shape, beauty
fortis, forte
brave
fortiter
bravely
frater, fratis
brother
frumentum, -i
grain, corn
fugio, fugere, 3io
I flee
gaudeo, -ere, 2
I rejoice
gero, -ere, 3
I carry, I wear
gloria, -ae
glory
habeo, -ere, 2
I have
habito, -are, 1
I live, dwell
hasta, -ae
spear
haud
not
hic
here
his, haec, hoc
this
hiems, hiemis
winter
hodie
today
homo, hominis
man, human being
hortus, -i
garden
hostis, hostis
enemy
huc
(to) here, hither
iaceo, -ere, 2
I lie down
iacio, iacere, 3io
I throw
iam
now, already
ianua, -ae
door
ibi
there
ignotus, -a, -um
unknown
ille, illa, illud
that; he, she, it
imperator, imperatoris
general
imperium, -i
order
impero, -are + dat, 1
I order
in+abl
in, on
in+acc
into, to
incolumnis, iincolumne
safe, unharmed
infelix, infelicis
unlucky, illstarred
ingens, ingentis
huge
inquit, 3
he/she/it says
insula, -ae
island
inter + acc
among, between
interea
meanwhile
intro, -are, 1
I enter
invenio, -ire, 4
I find, come upon, discover, invent
invideo, -ere+dat
I envy
ipse, ipsa, ipsum
self
ira, -ae
anger
iratus, -a, -um
angry
is, ea, id
her, she, it, that
itaque
and so, therefore
iterum
again
iubeo, iubere, 2
I order
iuvenis, iuvenis
young man
iuvo, -are, 1
I help
labor, laboris
work, hardship, suffering
laboro, -are, 1
I work
laetus, -a, -um
happy, joyful
laudo, -are, 1
I praise
lavo, -are, 1
I wash
legio, legionis
legion
lente
slowly
liber, libera, liberum
free
libero, -are, 1
I free
littera, -ae
a letter
litus, litoris
shore
locus, -i
place
ludo, ludere, 3
I play
ludus, -i
school
lux, lucis
light
magister, -i
master
magnus, -a, um
great, big
malus, -a, -um
bad
maneo, -ere, 2
I wait, await, stay, remain
mare, maris
sea
maritus, -i
husband
mater, matirs
mother
me
me
meus, -a, -um
my
mihi placet
it pleases me, I decide
miles, militis
soldier
miser, misera, miserum
miserable
mitto, -ere, 3
I send
moenia, moenium
walls
moneo, -ere, 2
I warn, advise
mons, montis
mountain
mors, mortis
death
mortuus, -a, -um
dead
mox
soon
multus, -a, -um
much, many
murus, -i
wall
nam
for
narro, -are, 1
I tell, relate
nauta, -ae
sailor
navigo, navigare
I sail
navis, navis
ship
nec/neque
and not, nor
nec/neque...nec/neque
neither...nor
nemo, neminis
no one
nolo, nolle
I am unwilling, I refuse
nomen, nominis
name
nomine
by name, called
non
not
non solum...sed etiam
not only, but also
notus, -a, -um
known
novus, -a, -um
new
nox, noctis
night
nullus, -a, -um
no
numquam
never
nunc
now
nontius, -i
messenger, message
obses, obsidis
hostage
occido, occidere, 3
I kill
occurro, -ere+dat, 3
I meet, run up against
oculus, -i
eye
omnis, omne
all
oppugno, oppugnare, 1
I attack
oro, -are, 1
I pray, beg
ostendo, -ere, 3
I show
paratus, -a, -um
prepared, ready
parens, parentis
parent
paro, -are, 1
I prepare
parvus, -a, -um
small
pater, patris
father
patria, -ae
fatherland
pauci, -ae, -a
few
pauper, pauperis
poor
pax, pacis
peace
per+acc
through, throughout
perficio, -ere, 3io
I carry out
periculum, -i
danger
peto, -ere+ dat, 2
I please
placeo, -ere, 3
I place, put
pono, -ere, 3
I place, put
populus, -i
people
porta, -ae
gate
porto, -are, 1
I carry
posco, -ere, 3
I demand
possum, posse
I can, I am able
post+acc
after
posted
afterwards
postridie
the next day
praesidium, -i
garrison
primum
first
primus, -a, -um
first
princeps, principis
prince
procedo, -ere, 3
I go forward, procede
procul
far
proelium, -i
battle
prope + acc
near
puella, -ae
girl
puer, pueri
boy, child
pugna, -ae
fight
pugno, pugnare, 1
I fight
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
beautiful
quaero, -ere, 3
I ask, seek
-que
and
qui, quae, quod
pro, who, which
quid?
what?
quidan, quaedam, quoddan
a certain, a
quiesco, -ere, 3
I rest
quod
because
quomodo?
how?
quoque
also
reddo, -ere, 3
I return, give back
redeo, -ire, 4
I go back, return
regina, -ae
queen
relinquo, -ere, 3
I leave behind
repello, -ere, 3
I drive back
resisto, resistere, 3
I resist
respondeo, -ere, 2
I answer
rex, regis
king
rogo, -are, 1
I ask, I ask for
rumpo, -ere, 3
I break
saepe
often
saluto, -are
I greet
saxum, -i
rock
scribo, scribere, 3
I write
sed
but
sedeo, -ere, 2
I sit
semper
always
senatus, -us
senate
senex, senis
old man
servo, -are, 1
I save
si
if
sic
thus
silva, -ae
wood
solus, -a, -um
alone
somnus, -i
sleep
sonus, -i
sound
specto, -are, 1
I watch/look at
statim
at once
statua, -ae
statue
sto, stare, 1
I stand
sub+abl
under
subito
suddenly
succurro, -ere+dat, 3
I help, run up to help
summus, -a, -um
hightest, greatest
surgo, -ere, 3
I get up, rise
taceo, -ere, 2
I am silent
tacitus, -a, -um
silent
tandem
at last
tantus, -a, -umte
so greatyou
templum, -i
temple
tempto, -are, 1
I try
teneo, -ere, 2
I hold
terra, -ae
earth, land
territus, -a, -um
terrified
timeo, -ere, 2
I fear, I am afraid
toga, -ae
toga
tollo, -ere, 3
I lift, raise
totus, -a, -um
whole
trado, -ere, 3
I hand over
trans+acc
across
tres, tres, trius
three
tristis, triste
sad
tu
you
tuus, -a, -um
your
ubi
when
umquam
ever
unda, - ae
wave
unus, -a, -um
one
urbs, urbis
city
uxor, uxoris
wife
venio, -ire, 4
I come
ventus, -i
wind
verbum, -i
word
verto, -ere, 3
I turn
via, -ae
road, way
video, -ere, 2
I see
vinco, vincere, 3
I conquer
vinum, -i
wine
vir, viri
man
virgo, virginis
virgin, maiden
virtus, virtuitis
courage, virtue
vivo, -ere, 3
I live
vix
scarcely
voco, -are, 1
I call
volo, velle
I wish, am willing
vox, vocis
voice