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simulac
as soon as
exuo
I take off, throw off
exui
I took off, threw off
exutum
having been taken off, thrown off
fundi
smoke (acc, sg)
huc
here, hither, this way
in triviis
at the crossroads
proximus
nearest
fines, finium
boundaries, territory (pl, m.)
externus
external, foreign
festus
feast, festal
hospes, hospitis
host, guest (like xenia)
horridus
rough, savage
exstinguo
I put out, quench, destroy
exstinxi
I have put out, quenched, destroyed
exstinctum
having been put out, quenched, destroyed
flevi
I wept
animum recipere
to recover consciousness
susurro
I whisper, mumble
susurravi
I whispered, mumbled
susurratum
having been whispered, mumbled
fames, famis
hunger
domina, -ae
mistress
duco
I lead, draw water
duxi
I (have) led, drew water
ductum
having been led
forte
by chance
faber, fabri
craftsman
pervenio
I arrive, reach
pervenit
he/she/it has arrived, reached
perventum
having been reached
commotus
moved, alarmed, excited, upset, affected, distressed
despicio
I look down
despexi
I (have) looked down
despectum
having been looked down (on)
in altum
towards the open sea (usu. = high/deep)
evado
I escape
evasi
I (have) escaped
evasum
having been escaped
frustra
in vain
flebilis, -e
to be wept for, lamentable
horreo
I tremble, shudder at
horrui
I trembled, shuddered at
finitimus
on the boundaries, neighboring
fio
I become, am made
factus sum
I have become, was made
dolus
trick
fanum
shrine
devinco
I conquer, subdue
devici
I have conquered, subdued
devictum
having been conquered, subdued
doleo
I grieve for, feel pain for
dolui
I grieved for, felt pain for
ferrum
iron, sword
ferri
swords
ferio
I strike
funus
funeral
funeris
funeral (gen. of funus)
durus
hard, harsh, difficult
equito
I ride (a horse)
equitavi
I rode (a horse)
graviter ferre
to take badly
graviter ferro
I take badly
effundo
I pour out
effudisti
you (pl) poured out
effusum
having been poured out
honor
honor, office
honoris
honor, office (gen. of honor)
circumsto
I stand around
circumstati
I stood around
circumstatum
having been stood around
concordia
harmony, agreement
civilis, civile
civil, of citizens
clamor
shout
dedo
I surrender, give up
dedidi
I surrendered, gave up
deditum
having been surrendered, given up
carcer
prison
carceres
prisons
colo
I till, praise, worship
colui
I tilled, praised, worshiped
cultum
having been tilled, praised, worshipped
consecro
I consecrate
consecravi
I consecrated
consecratum
having been consecrated
colloquim
conversation, talk (don’t get mixed up w/ convivium!)
decretum
decree
decreta
decree
conviva
guest
convivium
dinner party
denarius
a penny
appello
I call (by name)
appellavi
I called (by name)
appellatum
having been called
ardeo
I am on fire
arsi
I was on fire
arsum
having been on fire
aetas, aetatis
age
aestas, aestatis
summer
aedes, aedium
house (f., pl)
aeger
sick, ill
aegrum
sick, ill
aegra
sick, ill
apparui
I (have) appeared, seemed
apparuerunt
they have appeared, seemed
amplus
large
amatorius
of love
conspectus
sight, view
cecini
I sang
comis. come
friendly
alter, altera, alterum
second; one or the other (of two)
desino
I cease from
desii
I ceased from
desitum
having been ceased from
colloco
I place, position
collocavi
I placed, positioned
collocatum
having been placed, positioned
desilio
I jump down
desilui
I jumped down
desiluerunt
they jumped down
castus
chaste, pure
complector
I embrace
complexus sum
I embraced
aliquem certiorem facio
I inform someone
comes, comitis
companion, comrade
desidero
I long for, miss
desideravi
I longed for, missed
desideratum
having been longed for, missed
denique
finally, lastly
acies, aciei
line of battle, battle
commoveo
I move deeply
commovi
I moved deeply
commotum
having been moved deeply
aegre
with difficulty (like molis—Greek)
desiderium
longing
abhinc
ago
doctrina
teaching, doctrine
adimo
I take away
ademi
I took away
ademptum
having been taken away
diligo
I esteem, love
dilexi
I esteemed, loved
dilectum
having been esteemed, loved
cum primum
as soon as
casus
mishap, misfortune (think of catastrophe)
aiebam
I was saying
contero
I wear out
contrivi
I wore out
contritum
having been worn out
de
down from, apart
cum + (conj).
although, since, when
consisto
I halt, stand still
constiti
I halted, stood still
constitum
having been halted
carpo
I seize, pluck, pick
carpsi
I seized, plucked, picked
carptum
having been seized, plucked, picked
dissero
I discuss
disseruit
he/she/it discusses
dissertum
having been discussed
colloctus sum
I talked with (from colloquor)
alibi
elsewhere
comparo
I acquire, get
comparavi
I (have) acquired, gotten
comparatum
having been acquired
collum
neck
colli
necks
nocens, nocentis
guilty (opposite of innocens, innocentis)
aliquamdiu
for some time
committo
I entrust
commisi
I entrusted
commissum
having been entrusted
comitor
I accompany
comitatus sum
I (have) accompanied
adicio
I add to
adieci
I added to
adiectum
having been added to
currus
chariot (cursus=a course, race)
cursus
a course, race (currus=chariot)
cogo
I compel
coegi
I (have) compelled
coactum
having been compelled (from cogo)
aliquando
sometimes
cessi
I yielded to (from cedo)
comitia
elections (n. pl)
conlega
colleague
admitto
I let in; admit; commit
admissi
I (have) let in; admitted, committed
admissum
having been let in; admitted, committed
aio
I say
consulo
I consult
consului
I consulted
consultum
having been consulted
despero
I despair
doctum
learned, having been taught
dives
rich
divitis
rich (gen. of dives)
adsisto
I stand by (+ dat!)
adsistiti
I stood by (+ dat!)
dispono
I arrange, dispose
disposui
I arranged, disposed
dispositum
having been arranged, disposed
caupona
inn
comprehendo
I seize
comprehendi
I seized
comprehensum
having been seized
ceteri
the others, the rest
causa (+ gen)
for the sake of
contra
against, opposite
dedecus
surrender
dedecoris
surrender (gen. of dedecus)
consolor
I comfort, console
consolatus sum
I comforted, consoled
confugio
I flee for refuge
confugi
I fled for refuge
conicio
I hurl
conieci
I hurled
coniectum
having been hurled
conicimus
we hurl
cunctus
all
cognosco
I learn, get to know
cognovi
I learnt, got to know
cognitum
having been learnt
diutius
for a longer time, longer
claudo
I shut, close
clausi
I have shut, closed
clausum
having been shut, closed
adversus
facing, contrary, against
adversor
I oppose
adversari
to oppose
conspicio
I catch sight of
conspexi
I caught sight of
conspectum
having caught sight of
discliplina
training, discipline, learning