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Laudo, laudare, laudavi, laudatus
To praise
1st conj
femina,-ae
woman
1st dec, f
nauta,-ae
sailor
1st dec, m
adoro, 1 tr.
adore
1st conj
aestimo, 1 tr. (acc. w. infin.)
think
1st conj
appello, 1 tr (two accus.)
call, call upon, address
1st conj
plurimum
very much,very
adv.
valeo,valere,valui,valiturus
am strong,am well,am influential
2,intr.
cerno,cernere
distinguish,see
3,intr.
quis,quid
who?,what?
interrogative pronoun
ostendo,ostendere,ostendi,ostentus
show
3,tr.
traduco,traducere,traduxi,traductus
lead across
3,tr.;two acc. or acc.and trans w. acc.
clam
secretly
adv.
socius,i
ally
2 dec. masc.
qui,quae,quod
which?,what?
interrogative adjective
incolo,incolere,incolui
inhabit,dwell in
3,tr.
consisto, consister,constiti
halt,take a position
3,intr.
rogo,rogare,rogavi,rogatus
ask
1,tr.
quaero,quaerere,quaesivi,quaesitus
seek,ask
3,tr.
quantus,a,um
how large?,how great?
interrogative adj.
munitio,munitionis
fortification
3 dec. masc.
genus,generis
kind,race
3 dec. n.
aqua,aquae
water
1 dec. feminine
cogo,cogere,coegi,coactus
collect,force
3,tr.
verus,a,um
true
inquit
he says,he said
(verb)
ave!
hail!
interjection
mora,morae
delay
1 dec.
doceo,docere,docui,docitus
teach,inform
2,tr.
tollo,tollere,sustuli,sublatus
raise up,take away
3,tr.
peccatum,i
mistake,sin
2 dec.
rego,reger,rexi,rectus
direct,rule
3,tr.
at
but
conjunction
mens,mentis
mind
3 dec.
dolor,doloris
pain, sorrow
3 dec.
miserere nobis
have mercy on us
adoro,adorare,adoravi,adoratus
adore
1,tr.
suus,a um
his(own),her(own),its(own),their(own)
fuga,fugae
flight
1 dec.
dedo,dedere,dedidi,deditus
give up surrender
3,tr.
res publica, rei publicae
state, republic
diligo,diligere,dilexi,dilectus
love
3,tr.
ante
before
prep. w. acc.
praesidium,i
garrison
2 dec.
vero
in truth,but
postpositive
parvus,a,um
small,little
mos,moris
custom, habit
3 dec,m.
mansu,mansus
a band of men,hand
4 dec.,f.
causa,causae
cause
1 dec.
causa w. gen.
for the sake of
scio,scire,scivi,scitus
know
4,tr.
paco,pacare,pacavi,pacatus
pacify,1tr.
subito
suddenly
adv.
probo,probare,probavi,probatus
approve,prove
1 tr.
relinquo,relinquere,reliqui,relictus
leave,leave bhind
3 tr.
adduco,adducere,adduxi,adducus
lead to,lead on
3,tr.
commoveo,commovere,commovi,commotus
alarm,arouse
2,tr.
impedio,impedire,imedivei,impeditus
hinder,impede
4,tr.
auctoritas,auctoritatis
authority,influence
3 dec.
contra
against,opposite
prep. w. acc.
a tergo
in the rear,from the rear
a fronte
in the front,from the front
summus,a,um
highest,greatest,very great
discedo,discedere,discessi,discessurus
depart,withdraw
3,intr.
navis,navis
ship
3 dec. i stem
ex(e)
out of,from
prep. w. abl.
terra,-ae
land, earth
1st dec, f
sum, esse, fui, (futurus)
to be
pres: sum, es, est, sumus, estis, sunt
cado, cadere,cecidi, casurus
fall
3,intr.
is, ea, id
that(as a demonstrative)
he, she, it(as a personal pronoun)
ille, illa, illud
that(as a demonstrative)
he, she, it(as a personal pronoun)
numquam
never
adv.
praeterea
besides,furthermore
adv.
ratio,rationis
reason,manner
3 dec.
libero, liberare
free(from)
1,tr., abl. of separation
vacuus, a, um
empty(of)
abl. of separation
liber, libera, liberum
free(from)
abl. of separation
prohibeo, prohibere
ward off(from)
prevent
2,tr., abl. of separation
possum, posse, potui
am able, can
irreg., intr.
adversus, a, um
facing(towards), unfavorable
w. dat.
proximus, a, um
nearest, next
w. dat.
jam
already
adv.
primum
first
adv.
constituo,constituere, constitui, constitutus
place, set up, decide, determine
3, tr.; w. infin.
consuevi, consuetus
have accustomed, have become accustomed, am accustomed
3, tr. and intr.; w. infin.
sententia,ae
opinion, vote
1 dec.
refio, regionis
region
3 dec.
omnino
altogether, in all(with numerals)
adv.
jubeo, jubere, jussi, jussus
order, command
2, tr.;acc. w. infin.
oportet, oportere, oportuit
it behooves
2, intr.; acc. w. infin.
timor, timoris
fear
3 dec.
quot
how many
indecl. adj.
aeternus,a,um
eternal, everlasting
caput,capitis
head
alius,alia,aliud
other,another(of more than two)
alter, altera, alterum
the one, the other(of two)
uter, utra, utrum
which(of two)
neuter, neutra, neutrum
neither(of two)
ullus,a,um
any
nullus,a,um
no,none
solus,a,um
alone,only(as adj.)
totus,a,um
whole,all of,the whole of
capio,capere,cepi,captus
take,capture
3,tr.
fugio,fugere,fugi,fugiturus
flee
3,tr.
facio,faacere,feci,factus
do,mae
3,tr.
voluntas,voluntatis
good will,will
3 dec.
annus,i
year
2 dec.
vigilia,ae
watch
1 dec.
tempus,temporis
time
3 dec n.
dies, diei
day
5 dec m(f)
hora,ae
hour
1 dec.
primus,a,um
first
secundus,a,um
altera,altera,alterum
second
tertius,a,um
thrid
conjicio,conjicere,conjeci,conjectus
throw,hurl
3,tr.
recipio,recipere,recepi,receptus
receive,accept,recover
3,tr.;w. a feflexive pronoun me,te,se,etc, it means withdraw.
cupio,cupere,cupivi,cupitus
desire
3,tr.;w. infin.
rursus
again
adv.
pes,pedis
foot(part of body or measure of distance)
3 dec. m.
passus,us
pace(a measure of distance=5 Roman feet[pedes])
4 dec.
mille
thousand
indecl. adj.
milia,milium
thousands
neuter noun
mille passus
a mile(literaly, athousand paces)
milia passuum
miles(literaly thousands of paces)
quam
how?
interrogative adv of degree
interficia,interficere,interfeci,interfectus
kill
3,tr.
eripio,eripere,eripui,ereptus
take away,save(from)
3,tr.
nihil
noting
indecl. noun
terra, terrae
earth, land
1st dec, F
porta, portae
gate
1st dec, F
nauta,nautae
sailor
1st dec, M
victoria, victoriae
victory
1st dec, F
silva, silvae
forest
1st dec, F
gloria, gloriae
fame, glory
1st dec, F
orat
he, she, it prays
1st conj
orant
they pray
1st conj
videt
he, she, it sees
1st conj
vident
they see
1st conj
non
not
adverb
laudat
he, she, it praises
1st conj
laudant
they praise
1st conj
provincia
province
1st dec, F
servus, servi
slave, servant
2nd dec, M
filius, i
son
2nd dec, M
Deus, Dei
God
2nd dec, M
amicus, i
friend
2nd dec, M
et
and
1st conj
bellum, i
war
2nd dec, N
caelum, i
sky, heaven
2nd dec, N
regnum, i
kingdom, royal power
2nd dec, N
praemium, i
reward
2nd dec, N
periculum, i
danger
2nd dec, N
imperium, i
command, power, empire
2nd dec, N
dedit
he, she, it gave
2nd conj
dederunt
they gave
2nd conj
gladius, i
sword
2nd dec, M
sed
but
2nd conj
oppidum, i
town
2nd dec, N
propter
on account of
prep. w. abl.
cum
with
prep. w. abl.
post
after, behind
prep. w. acc.
in
in, on
prep. w. abl.
quod
because
2nd conj
itaque
therefore, and so
2nd conj
incolunt
they inhabit
3rd conj
videtis
you see
3rd conj
vicerunt
they conquered
3rd conj
lex, legis
law
3rd dec, F
rex, regis
king
3rd dec, M
dux, ducis
leader
3rd dec, M
lux, lucis
light
3rd dec, F
homo, hominis
man
3rd dec, M
imperator, imperatoris
commander in chief, general
3rd dec, M
veritas, veritatis
truth
3rd dec, F
salus, salutis
safety, welfare, salvation
3rd dec, F
vox, vocis
voice, cry
3rd dec, F
audivit
he, she, it heard
3rd conj
virtus, virtutis
courage, virtue
3rd dec, F
miles, militis
soldier
3rd dec, M
pax, pacis
peace
3rd dec, F
via, ae
road, way
1st dec, F
populus, i
people, nation
2nd dec, M
muniverunt
they fortified, they constructed
3rd conj
pars, partis
part
3rd dec, M
collis, collis
hill
3rd dec, F
hostis, hostis
enemy
3rd dec, F
gens, gentis
tribe
3rd dec, F
caedes, caedis
slaughter
3rd dec, F
frater, fratris
brother
3rd dec, M
pater, patris
father
3rd dec, M
mater, matris
mother
3rd dec, F
mons, montis
mountains
3rd dec, F
clamor, clamoris
shouting, shout
3rd dec, M
princeps, principis
chief, leading man
3rd dec, M
occiderunt
they killed
3rd conj
flumen, fluminis
river
3rd dec, N
iter, itineris
journey, march, route
3rd dec, M
corpus, corporis
body
3rd dec, F
vulnus, vulneris
wound
3rd dec, F
agmen, agminis
column, army
3rd dec, N
nomen, nominis
name
3rd dec, N
mundus, i
world
2nd dec, M
erat
he, she, it was
1st conj
erant
they were
3rd conj
adventus, us
arrival, coming
4th dec, M
equitatus, us
cavalry
4th dec, M
exercitus, us
army
4th dec, M
impetus, us
attack
4th dec, M
mentus, us
fear
4th dec, M
spiritus, us
breath, spirit
4th dec, M
portus, us
harbor
4th dec, M
senatus, us
senate
4th dec, M
in (acc)
in, into, against, upon, on
prep. w. acc.
nunc
now
adverb
autem
however
conj., postpositive
fecerunt
they made
3rd conj
venit
he, she, it came
3rd conj
venerunt
they came
3rd conj
res, rei
thing, affair
5th dec, F
fides, fidei
faith, reliability, faithfulness
5th dec, F
acies, aciei
battle line
5th dec, F
spes, spei
hope
5th dec, F
posuerunt
they put, they placed
3rd conj
castra, castrorum
camp
plural with a singular meaning
impedimenta, impedimentorum
baggage, baggage train
plural with a singular meaning
gratia, ae
favor, influences, grace
1st dec, F (sing)
gratiae, gratiarum
thanks
1st dec, F (plural)
copia, ae
supply, abundance
1st dec, F (sing)
copiae, copiarum
troops, forces
1st dec, F (plural)
magnus, a, um
great, large
1st and 2nd conj
altus, a, um
high, deep
1st and 2nd conj
bonus, a, um
good
1st and 2nd conj
longus, a, um
long
1st and 2nd conj
malus, a, um
bad
1st and 2nd conj
multus, a, um
much
1st and 2nd conj
sanctus, a, um
holy, saint
1st and 2nd conj
primus, a, um
first
1st and 2nd conj
augustus, a, um
narrow
1st and 2nd conj
reliquus, a, um
remaining, the rest of
1st and 2nd conj
tutus, a, um
safe
1st and 2nd conj
pro
in front of, on behalf of
prep. w. abl.
inopia, ae
scarcity, want
1st dec, F
dominus, i
master, Lord
2nd dec, M
murus, i
wall
2nd dec, M
frumentum, i
grain
2nd dec, M
legio, legionis
legion
3rd dec, F
gravis, e
heavy, severe, serious
5th dec, F
brevis, e
short
5th dec, F
communis, e
common
3rd and 4th conj
difficilis, e
difficult
3rd and 4th conj
facilis, e
easy
3rd and 4th conj
fortis, e
brave, strong
3rd and 4th conj
nobilis, e
noble, renowned
3rd and 4th conj
omnis, e
all, every
3rd and 4th conj
cupidus, a, um
eager, desirous
1st and 2nd conj
plenus, a, um
full
1st and 2nd conj
finitimus, a, um
neighboring, next
1st and 2nd conj
similis, e
like, similar
3rd and 4th conj
et...et
both...and
quid
what?
prima luce
at dawn
urbs, urbis
city
3rd dec, F
pons, pontis
bridge
3rd dec, F
signum, i
standard, signal, sign
2nd dec, N
eques, equitis
horseman
3rd dec, F
occupo
seize
1st conj
oppugno
attack, storm, assault
1st conj
paro
prepare, get ready
1st conj
pugno,1,intr.
fight
1 conj
supero,1,tr.
overcome, conquer, surpass
1 conj


porto,1,tr.
carry
1 conj
centurio, centurionis
a centurion
3rd dec. M
numerus, i
number
2nd dec. M
do, dare, dedi, datus
give
1,tr.










voco,1,tr.
call
1 conj
interim
meanwhile
adverb
mors, mortis
death
3rd dec. N
hiberna, hibernorum
winter quaters
2nd dec. N
ubi
where?
adverb
quis
who?
pronoun
quid
what?
pronoun
cur
why?
adverb
locus,i(pl. loca,locorum)
place
2nd dec. N
alienus,a,um
unfavorable, another's, foreign
adj.
oratio, orationis
speech,prayer
3rd dec. M
semper
always
adverb
sicut
as
conjunction
-ne
paricle used in questions
paricle
moneo,2,tr.
warn,advise
2 conj.
timeo,timere,timui,
fear
2nd tr.
terreo,2,tr.
terrify
2 conj
habeo,2,tr.
have
2 conj
arma,armorum
arms
2nd dec. N
ego,mei
I
First peronal pronoun
nos,nostri
we
First personal pronoun
video,videre,vidi,vissus
see
2,tr.
saepe
often
adverb
tu,tui
you(sing.)
Second Personal pronoun
vos,vestri
you(pl.)
Second Personal Pronoun
teneo,tenere,tenui,tentus
hold
2,tr.
moveo,movere,movi,motus
move
2,tr.
tamen
nevertheless
adverb
neque
nor,and...not
conjunction
is,ea,id
he,she,it
Third Personal pronoun
sustineo,sustinere,sustinui,sustentus
sustain,withstand
2,tr.
fines,finium,m.
territory
sui
himself,herself,itself,themselves
Third Personal Pronoun
etiam
also
adverb
enim
for
conjunction
duco,ducere,duxi,ductus
lead,guide
3,tr.
gero,gerere,gessi,gestus
carry,carry on,wage(with bellum)
3,tr.
defendo,defenere,defendi,defensus
defend
3,tr.
instruo,instuere,instruxi,instructus
draw up,equip
3,tr.
mitto,mittere,misi,missus
send
3,tr.
fortiter
bravely,strongly
adverb
vinco,vincere,vici,victus
conquer
3,tr.
peto,petere,petivi,petitus
seek,beg,request
3,tr.
pello,pellere,pepuli,pulsus
drive,repulse,rout
3,tr.
litterae,litterarum
letter(i.e.,an epistle),dispatch
1st dec. F
pono,ponere,posui,positus
put,place,set,pitch(w. castra)
3,tr.
contendo,contendere,contendi
srive,contend,hasten
3,intr.
ago,agere,egi,actus
drive,do,act,treat
3,tr.
ibi
there
adverb
de
conerning,about
prep. w. abl.
audio,4,tr.
hear
4 conj
munio,4,tr.
fortify,construct(w. viam or vias)
4 conj
venio,venire,veni,ventum
come
4,intr.
convenio,convenire,conveni,conventum
come together,assemble
4,intr.
accipio,accipere,accepi,acceptus
receive,accept
3,tr.
conficio,conficere,confeci,confectus
finish,wear out
3,tr.
nemo,neminis
no one
3 dec. m.
magnitudo,magnitudinis
size,greatness
3 dec.
satis
enough,sufficiently
adv.
animus,i
mind,soul
2 dec.
satis
enough
indecl. noun w. gen.
noceo,nocere,nocui,nocitus
do harm to,injure
2,intr.; w. dat.
praesum,praeesse,praefui,praefuturus
am in command of,om in charge of
intr.
mare,maris
sea
3 dec.
ventus,i
wind
2 dec.
navigo
sail
1,intr.
dico,dicere,dixi,dictus
say,tell
3,tr.
respondeo,respondere,respondi,responsus
answer
2,tr.
puto,putare,putavi,putatus
think
1,tr.
scribo,scribere,scripsi,scriptus
write
3,tr.
reperio,reperire,repperi,repertus
find(out)
4,tr.
nego,negare,negavi,negatus
deny,say...not
1,tr.
nuntio,nuntiare,nuntiave,nuntiatus
announce,report
1,tr.
demonstro,demonstrare,demonstravi,demonstratus
show,point out
1,tr.
existimo,existimare,existimavi,existimatus
think
1,tr.
sentio,senitre,sensi,sensus
percieve,think
4,tr.
aestimo,aestimare,aestimavi,aestimatus
think
1,tr.; acc. w. infin.
judico,judicare,judicavi,judicatus
judge
1,tr.; acc. w. infin.
quam
than
adv.
certiorem(es) facere
to inform
acc. w. infin.; de w. abl., or an indirect question
conor,conari,conatus sum
try,attempt
1,tr.;w. infin.
vereor,vereri,veritus sum
fear
2,tr.; w. infin.
sequor,sequi,secutus sum
follow
3,tr.
patior,pati,passus sum
suffer,allow
3,tr.; acc. w. infin.
orior,oriri,ortus sum
rise,arise
4,tr.
polliceor,polliceri,pollicitus sum
promise
2,tr.; acc. w. infin.
loquor,loqui,locutus sum
speak,talk
3,tr.
proficiscor,profisci,profectus sum
set out
3,intr.; ad w. acc.
nactus,a,um
having obtained,having found
egredior,egredi,egressus sum
go out
3,intr.
progredior,progredi,progressus sum
advance
3,intr.
arbitror,arbitrari,arbitratus sum
think,consider
1,tr.; acc. w. infin.
hortor,hortari,hortatus sum
urge, encourage
1,tr.
eo,ire,ivi,itum
go
irreg.,intr.
exeo,exire,exii,exitum
go out
irreg.,intr.
ineo,inire,inii,initus
go into,enter upon
irreg,tr.
transeo,transire,transii,transitus
go across,cross
irreg.,tr.
redeo,redire,redii,reditum
return
irreg.,intr.
adeo,adire,adii,aditus
go to,approach, visit
irreg.,tr.
per
through
prep. w. acc.
undique
from all sides, on all sides
adverb
telum,i
dart
2nd dec. N
absum,abesse,afui,afuturus,intr;ab(a)w. abl.
am away, am distant
longe
far,by far
adverb
colloco,1,tr.
place,station
1 conj
maneo,manere,mansi,mansurus
remain
2,intr.
compleo,complere,complevi,completus
fill(with)
2,tr.
cedo,cedere,cessi,cessurus
give way,yield
3,intr.
atque
and
conjunction
incito,1,tr.
incite,arouse
1 conj
adjuvo,adjuvare,adjuvi,adjutus
help,aid
1,tr.
servo,1,tr.
guard,keep
1 conj
perturbo,1,tr.
confuse,disturb
1 conj
incendo,incendere,incendi,incensus
set fire to, burn
3,tr.
tum
then, at that time
adverb
puer, pueri
boy
2nd dec. M
ager, agri
field
2nd dec. M
vir,viri
man
2nd dec. M
fortuna,ae
fortune
1 dec. F
ita
so, thus
adverb
trans
across
prep. w. acc.
miser,misera,miserum
wretched
adj
liber,libera,liberum
free
adj
integer,integra,integrum
fresh,uninjured,whole
adj
proelium,i
battle
2nd dec. N
civitas,civitatis
state
3rd dec. N
meus,a,um
my, mine
possessive adj
noster,nostra,nostrum
our, ours
possessive adj
tuus,a,um
your,yours(when refferring to one person)
possessive adj
vester,vestra,vestrum
your,yours(when referring to more than one person)
possessive adj
administro,1,tr.
manage,attend to
1 conj
appello,1,tr.
address,call(upon)
1 conj
confirmo,1,tr.
encourage,strengthen
1 conj
conservo,1,tr.
preserve,spare
1 conj
nam
for
conjunction
ab(a)
by,from(w.absum)
prep. w. abl.
contineo,continere,continui,contentus
restrain,hold in
2,tr.
obtineo,obtinere,obtinui,obtentus
hold,occupy
2,tr.
aut
or
conjunction
aut...aut
either...or
conjs
postea
afterwards
adverb
trado,tradere,tradidi,traditus
hand over
3,tr.
dimitto,dimittere,dimisi,dimissus
send away,dismiss
3,tr.
occido,occidere,occidi,occisus
kill
3,tr.
sine
without
prep. w. abl.
fere
almost
adverb
vehementer
greatly,violently
adverb
exploro,1,tr.
reconnoiter,find out
1 conj
premo,premere,pressi,pressus
press, press hard
3,tr.
retineo,retinere,retinui,retentus
hold back,keep
2,tr.
comparo,1,tr.
get,prepare
1 conj
vita,ae
life
1 dec. F
vallum,i
wall,rampart
2nd dec. N
amicitia,ae
friendship
1 dec. F
fossa,ae
ditch
1 dec. F
celeriter
swiftly
adverb
expecto,1,tr.
wait for,wait
1 conj
novus,a,um
new
adj
diu
a long time,long
adverb
acriter
bitterly,eagerly
adverb
expugno,1,tr.
storm,take by storm
1 conj
tribunus,i
tribune
2nd dec. M
consilium,i
plan,counsel
2nd dec. N
concilium,i
council
2nd dec. N
legatus,i
envoy,lieutenant
2nd dec. M
latus,a,um
wide
adj
facile
easily
adverb
labor,laboris
effort,toil
3rd dec. F
ordo,ordinis
rank of soldiers
3nd dec. M
obses,obsidis
hostage
3nd dec. F
inter
between,among
prep. w. acc.
statim
at once, immediately
adverb
qui,quae,quod
who(whose,whom),which,that
Relative Pronoun
auxilium,i
help,aid
2nd dec. N
auxilia,auxiliorum
reinforcements
2nd dec. N
memoria,ae
memory
1 dec. F
memoria teneo,tenere,tenui,tentus
keep in memory,remember
2 tr.
ad
to,until,at,for(w. adj)
prep. w. acc.
usque
all the way
adverb
pervenio,pervenire,perveni,perventum;in or ad w. acc.
arrive
4,intr.
paratus,a,um;w. ad
prepared
adj
utilis,e;w. ad
useful(for)
nox,noctis
night
3rd dec. F
deduco,deducere,deduxi,deductus
lead,lead away
3,tr.
cognosco,cognoscere,cognovi,coognitus
learn,find out
3,tr.
nuntius,i
messenger,message
2nd dec. M
natura,ae
nature
1 dec. F
-que
and
conjunction
injuria,ae
injustice,wrong
1 dec. F
diutius
longer
comparative adverb
facilius
more easily
comparative adverb
appropinquo,1,intr;w. ad or dat
draw near to, approach
1 conj
vasto,1,tr.
lay waste,ravage
1 conj
custos,cusodis
guard
3rd dec. M
ubi
where?
question
cur
why?
question
unde
whence?from what place?where..from/
question
quo
whither?where..(to)?to what place?
question
certus,a,um
certain,sure
adj
barbarus,a,um
barbarian
adj
apud
among,in the presence of
prep. w. acc.