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fama
fame, reputation, report
fabulosus, -a, -um
fabulous, from a story
fames, famis
hunger
familia, -ae
family, household
fanum
shrine
fas
right
faveo
I favor, support
favi
I favored, supported
fautum
having been favored, supported (from faveo)
ferio
I strike
ferire
to strike
ferro
I carry, bear
ferret
he carries, bears
tuli
I carried, bore
tulit
he has carried, born
latum
having been carried
latus est
he was carried
ferrum
iron; sword
ferula
cane
ferus
wild
festus
festal, feast
finis, finis
end
fines, finium
boundaries, territory
finitimus, -a, -um
on the boundaries, territory
fio
I am made, become
fieri
to be made, to become
factus
having been made (from fio)
factus est
he was made (from fio)
flebilis, flebile
to be wept for, lamentable
fleo
I weep
flevi
I wept
fletum
having been wept (for)
fletus
weeping
fluctus
wave
foedus, foederis
treaty
for
I speak, say
fari
to speak, say
fortur
he speaks, says
fatus sum
I spoke, said
fati sunt
they spoke, said
forsitan
perhaps
forte
by chance
foveo
I cherish, support, assist
fovi
I cherished, supported, assisted
fotum
having been cherished, supported, assisted
frumentum
grain
frustra
in vain
fumus
smoke
fundus
farm
funus, funeris
funeral
furor
madness
gaudium
joy
gens, gentis VS. genus, generis
(1) race, people
(2) sort, kind, race
me gero
I behave myself
gero
I carry, wear
gessi
I carried, wore
gestum
having been carried, worn
rem gero
I conduct a matter
gramen, graminis
grass
gratulatio, gratulationis
congratulations
haud
not
heri
yesterday
hiems, hiemis
winter
hilaris, hilare
cheerful
hodiernus, -a, -um
of today, today's
honor, honoris
honor, office
horreo
I tremble, shudder at
horrui
I trembled, shuddered at
horridus
rough, savage
hospes, hospitis
host, guest (like xenia)
huc
hither, this way
huc...illuc
this way and that
humanus, -a, -um
human, humane, kind
iaceo
I lie down
iacui
I laid down
iacuit
he has laid down (from iaceo)
iacuit
he has laid down (from iaceo)
iacio
I throw, hurl
iacio
I throw, hurl
ieci
I threw, hurled (from iacio)
ieci
I threw, hurled (from iacio)
iactum
having been thrown, hurled (from iacio)
iactum
having been thrown, hurled (from iacio)
iamdudum
long ago
iamdudum
long ago
ignavus
lazy, cowardly
ignavus
lazy, cowardly
ignis, ignis
fire
ignis, ignis
fire
ignosco
I pardon, forgive
ignosco
I pardon, forgive
ignovit
he has forgiven, pardoned
ignovit
he has forgiven, pardoned
ignotum
having been forgiven, pardoned
ignotum
having been forgiven, pardoned
illic
there
illic
there
imber, imbris
rain
imber, imbris
rain
immineo
I hang over, threaten
immineo
I hang over, threaten
imperator, imperatoris
general
imperator, imperatoris
general
imperium, -i
order
imperium, -i
order
impudens, impudentis
impudent, shameless
incendium
fire
incito
I urge on, incite
includo
I shut in
inclusi
I have shut in (from includo)
inclusum
having been shut in (from includo)
incolumis, -e
safe
induo
I put on (clothes)
indui
I have put on (clothes)
indutum
having been put on
ineo
I enter, begin
inii
I have entered, began
initum
having been entered (from ineo)
inire
to enter, begin
initium
beginning (initum is the p.p.p of inire)