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aqua, -ae (f)
water
doceo (2)
teach
habeo (2)
have, hold
hodie
today
ibi
there
ubi
where, when
moneo (2)
warn, advise
nunc
now
per
through
respondeo (2)
answer
video (2)
see
aedifico (1)
build
unde
from where, whence
quo
to where
quod
because
periculum, -i, n
danger
voco (1)
call
nauta, -ae, m.
sailor
poeta, -ae, m.
poet (one of the PAIN words)
incola, -ae, m.
inhabitant
insula, -ae, f.
island
bellum, -i, n.
war
caelum, -i, n.
heavens, sky
finitimus, -a, -um
neighboring (adj)
finitimi, -orum, m. pl.
neighbors
frumentum, -i, n.
grain
oppidum, -i, n.
town
post
after, behind (adv. and prep with acc.)
postea
afterward (adv)
regnum, -i, n.
royal power, kingdom
supero (1)
conquer, surpass, overcome
verbum, -i, n.
word
vicus, -i, m.
village
ager, agri, m.
field, territory, land
dominus, -i, m.
master
fidus, -a, -um
faithful
liber, -era, -erum
free (adj)
liberi, -orum, m. pl
children
magister, -tri, m.
magistra, -ae, f.
teacher
natura, -ae, f.
nature
puer, pueri, m.
boy
semper
always (adv)
servus, -i, m.
slave
tuba, -ae, f.
trumpet
vir, viri, m.
man
absum
be absent (irreg)
adsum
be present (irreg)
aro (1)
plow
cur
why, wherefore (adv)
fama, -ae, f.
report, fame
gloria, -ae. f.
glory
laboro (1)
work, labor, suffer
olim
once upon a time, formerly (adv)
paro (1)
prepare, get ready
pro
for. in front of, in behalf of (prep with ablative)
propero (1)
hasten, hurry
terreo (2)
frighten, terrify
Conjugate laboro in present active ind.
laboro laboramus
laboras laboratis
laborat laborant
Conj. amo
amo
amas
amat

amamus
amtis
amant
albus, -a, -um
white
carus, -a, -um
dear (adj)
de
down from, concerning, about (prep with ablative)
do (1)
give (irreg)

do damus
das datis
dat dant
e, ex
out of, from (prep with ablative)
fabula, -ae, f.
story, tale
narro (1)
tell, narrate

narro narramus
narras narratis
narrat narrant
navigo (1)
sail
pecunia, -ae, f.
money
prope
near (prep with accusative)
nearly, almost (adv)
propinqua
near, nearby (adj)
near to (prep. with dative)

Dominus propinqua feminae est - the master is near the woman (woman is dative here)
rogo (1)
ask. ask for, inquire
(takes two accusatives)

Servi dominum precuniam rogant - The servants ask the master for money (two accusatives)
ad
to, toward, near (prep with accusative)

Ad villam dominae ambulamus - We walk to the lady's farmhouse.
ambulo (1)
walk
amo (1)
love, like
bonus, -a, -um
good (adj)
bene
well (adv)
cura, -ae, f.
care
habito (1)
live, dwell
laudo (1)
praise
miserus, -a, -um
wretched, unhappy, unfortunate (adj)
porto (1)
carry
saepe
often (adv)
specto (1)
look at, watch

Agricolas et nautas spectatis - You (pl) watch the farmers and sailors (or look at the farmers and sailors)
voco (1)
call, summon
agricola, -ae, m.
farmer (one of the PAIN words)
amica, -ae, f.
friend
casa, -ae, f.
cottage, hut
cum
with, together with (prep with ablative)
filia, ae, f.
daughter
in
in, on (prep with ablative)
into, to, against (prep with acc.)
laetus, -a, -us
happy (adj)
laetitia, -ae, f.
joy
provincia, -ae, f.
province
quoque
also (conjunction - never first in clause)
silva, -ae, f.
forest, woods
vita, -ae, f.
life
domina, -ae, f.
mistress, lady
femina, -ae, f.
woman
paene
almost (adv.)
paeninsula, -ae, f.
peninsula
parvus, -a, -um
small, little (adj)
patria, -ae, f.
fatherland, country, native land
-que
and (enclitic, attached to second of two connected words)
regina, -ae, f.
queen
serva, -ae, f.
female servant, housemaid
terra, -ae, f.
earth, country, land
antiquus, antiqua, antiquum
ancient, old
et

et .. et
and (conj)

both .. and
latus, -a, -um
wide, broad
lingua, -ae, f.
tongue, language
magnus, -a, -um
large, great (adj)
multus, -a, -um
much (adj)
many (pl. multi, -ae, -a)
non
not (adv)
puella, -ae, f.
girl
pulchra
beautiful
amicus, -a, um
friendly (adj)
clarus, -a, -um
clear, famous (adj)
debeo (2)
owe, ought
desidero (1)
long for, desire greatly, want, wish for
filius, -i, m.
son
imperium, -i, n.
command, power, empire, control
inimicus, -a-, um
unfriendly (adj)
inimicus, -i, m.
personal enemy
maneo (2)
remain, stay
negotium, -i, n.
business, difficulty
nuntius, -i, m.
messenger, message
pugno (1)
fight
socius, -i, m.
ally, comrade