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quadriga, -ae
four-horsed chariot
quasi
as if, like
queror
I complain
queri
to complain
questus sum
I complained
qui, quae, quod
who, which
quia
because
quid?
why?
what?
quidem
indeed
quies
rest
quis?
who?
quis
anyone
quid
anything
quisquam, quicquam
anyone, anything (after negative)
quisquis, quicquid
whoever, whatever
quo?
whither? where to?
quocumque
(to) wherever
quondam
once, some time
quot?
how many?
raro
rarely
recedo
I go back, retire
recedere
to go back, retire
recessi
I (have) gone back, retired (from recedo)
recessum
having gone back, retired (from recedo)
recipio
I take back
recepit
he took back
receptum
having been taken back
me recipio
I retreat
se recipit
he retreats
recte
straight, rightly
reddo
I give back, return
reddere
to give back, return
reddidi
I gave back, returned
redditum
having been given back, returned
redeo
VS.
reddo
redeo=I go back, return
reddo=I give back, return
redeo
I go back, return
redire
to go back, return
redii
I gave back, returned
reditum
having been given back, returned
reditus
return
refero
I bring back, report
rettuli
I brought back, reported (from refero)
relatum
having been brought back, reported (from refero)
religio
religion, piety
reliquus
remaining
remus
oar
remi
oars
renovo
I renew
renavi
I renewed
renatum
having been renewed
repello
I drive back
reppuli
I drove back (from repello)
repulsum
having been driven back (from repello)
reporto
I carry back; I win (a victory)
reportare
to carry back; to win (a victory)
reportavi
I have carried back; won
reportatum
having been carried back; won
requiro
I seek for, ask
requirere
to seek for, ask
requisivi
I sought, asked (from requiro)
requisitum
having been asked for, sought (from requiro)
res, rei
thing, matter
ripa
bank
risus
smile, laughter
rutum
having been rushed (from ruo)
rui
I have rushed (from ruo)
saeculum
generation, age
saevio
I rage
saevire
to rage
salio
I jump
salire
to jump
salui
I jumped
saltum
having been jumped (from salio)
saltus
dancing
salus
greetings, safety
sapiens
wise
scelus
crime
sceleri
crimes
scholam habeo
I give a lecture
schola (3 def.)
school, schoolroom; lecture
scutum
shield
scuti
shields
secundus
second, favorable
seditio
mutiny, sedition
seges
grain crop
segetes
grain crops (from seges)
semel
once
senecta
old age
sensesco
I grow old
sensecere
to grow old
senui
I have grown old (from senesco)
sentio
I feel, realize
sentire
to feel, realize
sensi
I felt, realized (from sensi)
sensum
having been felt, realized (from sensi)
sepelio
I bury
sepelire
to bury
sepelivi
I buried (from sepelio)
sepultum
having been buried (from sepelio)
sepulcrum
tomb
sero
late
servitium
slavery
servo
I save
servare
to save
servavi
I saved
servatum
having been saved
sic
thus, like that
similis
like
simul
together, at the same time
simul ac
as soon as
simul atque
as soon as
simulo
I pretend
simulare
to pretend
simulavi
I pretended
similatum
having been pretended
sinister, sinistra, sinistrum
left
sinistra manu
on the left (hand)
sino
I allow
sinere
to allow
sivi
I allowed (from sino)
situm
having been allowed (from sino)
socius
companion, ally
socii
companions, allies
solacium
comfort, solace
soleo
I am accustomed to
solere
to be accustomed to
solitus sum
I was accustomed to
solitudo
lonliness; desert
solvo
I cast off, loosen
solvere
to cast off, loosen
solvi
I have cast off, loosened
solutum
having been cast off, loosened (from solvo)
sors
lot, fate
feminam sortis
fate/lot of the girl (from sors)
sortes pueris
fates of the boys
spiritus
breath
status
state
status rerum
state of affairs
strenuus
energetic
strepitus
noise, din
sub (+abl.)
(+acc.)
(+abl.) = under
(+acc.) = up to (of place); towards (of time)
sub (+acc.)
up to (of place); towards (of time)
subitus
sudden
sublatus
p.p.p. of tollo; having been raised
fui
I was
sumo
I take (up); put on
sumere
to take (up); put on
sumpsi
I took (up); put on
sumptum
having been take up; put on
summus
highest, greatest
super (?)
above, over
(+acc.)
superus
above
supplex
suppliant
supplico
I beg, supplicate, pray to
supplicare
to beg, supplicate, pray to
supplicavi
I begged, supplicated, prayed to
supplicatum
having been begged, supplicated, prayed to
supprimo
I suppress
supprimere
to suppress
suppressi
I suppressed
suppressum
having been suppressed
suscipio
I undertake
suscipere
to undertake
suscepi
I undertook
susceptum
having been undertaken
suspicor
I suspect
suspicari
to suspect
suspicatus sum
I suspected
sustuli
perf. of tollo (I have raised)
tabellarius
postman
tablinum
study (the room)
me taedet
I am tired of
taedet
to be tired of
se taedet
he is tired of
me taeduit
I was tired of
se taeduit
you were tired of
tetigi
I touched (from tango)
tactum
having been touched (from tango)
tantum
only
(tantus=so great)
tego
I cover
tegere
to cover
texi
I covered
tectum
having been covered
telum
missile, javelin
tendo
I stretch
tentendi
I stretched (from tendo)
tensum
having been stretched (from tendo)
tentum
having been held (from teneo)
tenui
I held (from teneo)
tepidus
warm
terrirus
terrified, frightened
terror
terror, fear
testamentum
will
togatus
wearing a toga
tot
so many
sustuli
I raised, lifted (from tollo)
sublatum
having been raised, lifted (from tollo)
totiens
so often
tracto
I treat, handle
tractare
to treat, handle
tractavi
I treated, handled
tractatum
having been treated, handled
traicio
I throw across
traicere
to throw across
traieci
I threw across
traiectum
having been throw across
transfero
I carry across, transfer
transtuli
I carried across, transferred (from transfero)
translatum
having been carried across, transferred (from transfero)
transferre
to carry across, transfer
tribunal
platform
trucido
I slaughter, murder
trucidare
to slaughter, murder
trucidavi
I slaughtered, murdered
trucidatum
having been slaughtered, murdered
tueor
I protect
tueri
to protect
tuitus sum
I protected (from tueor)
tumulus
mound, tomb
turpis, turpe
ugly, disgraceful
turris
tower
tutus
safe
tuta
safe (fem)
ubique
everywhere
ulciscor
I avenge
ulcisci
I avenge
ultus sum
I avenged (from ulciscor)
ultimus
furthest, last
ultio
vengeance
ultra
beyond
umquam
ever
undeviginti
nineteen
undique
from all sides (lit. everywhere)
universi
all
urna
water pot, urn
usque
continually
usque ad
right up to
usus
use
ut (+indic)
(+subj - purpose)
(+subj - result/consequence)
(+indic) = as, when
(+subj/purp) = in order to
(+subj/result) = so that
uter, utra, utrum?
which (of two?)
utrum...an?
(whether)...or?
uterque, utraque, utrumque
each (of two)
utinam (+?)
(+subj)
I wish that
uva
grape
uvae
grapes
valeo
I am strong, well
valere
to be strong, well
valui
I was strong, well
valitum
having been strong, well
valere iubeo
I bid goodbye to
validus
strong
vallis
valley
vallum
rampart
vehemens
violent
veho
I carry
vehere
to carry
vexi
I carried (from veho)
vectum
having been carried (from veho)
vela
sails
ventus
wind
verbero
I beat, lash
verbare
to beat, lash
verberavi
I have beat, lashed (from verbero)
verberatum
having been beat, lashed (from verbero)
verecundus
shy
vereor
I fear
vereri
to fear
veritus sum
I feared (from vereor)
versus
verse
verus
true
vesper
evening
veteranus
veteran
veto
I forbid, order not to
vetarre
to forbid, order not to
vetui
I forbade, ordered not to (from veto)
vetitum
having forbade, ordered not to (from veto)
vicinus
neigherboring, near
viator
traveller
vires, virium
strength
virilis
of man, manly
vis
force, violence
vim
(acc. of vis)
force, violence
vi
(abl. of vis)
force, violence
vito
I avoid
vitare
to avoid
vitavi
I avoided
vitatum
having been avoided
victum
having been lived (vivo)
vixi
I lived (from vivo)
vivus
living, alive
volo
I wish, am willing
OR
I fly
velle
to wish, be willing
volui
I wished, was willing
volare
to fly
volvo
I roll, turn over
volvere
to roll, turn over
volvi
I rolled, turned over
volutum
having been rolled, turned over
votum
prayer
vera dico
I speak the truth