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novus, a, um
new, strange, different
ruo, ruere, rui, rutus
go to ruin, rush, fall
vivo, vivere, vixi, victus
live, be alive
voco
call
tamen
nevertheless
tamen
nevertheless
socius, i M.
ally, comrade, associate
possum, posse, potui
be able, can
arma, orum, N always plural
arms, weapons
(arma virumque cano--arms and the man I sing--opening lines of the Aeneid)
cano, canere, cecini, cantus
sing, sing of
(arma virumque cano--arms and the man I sing or of arms and the man I sing)
populus, i, M
people (always plural in English but not in Latin
magister, magistri, M
magistra, magistrae, F
teacher
umquam (unquam)
ever
interficio, interficere, interfeci, interfectus
kill
moveo, movere, movi, motus
move
imperium, i, N.
authority, empire, power (imperial)
cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi, cognitus
learn, in the perfect tense it means know
sine + abl
without
cedo, cedere, cessi, cessus
yeild (as in cede) move, go
socius, a, um
allied (associate)
antiquus, a, um
ancient
ante + acc.
before, in front of
debeo, debere, debui, debitus
owe (debit, debt, etc); ought--this latter meaning must be followed by an infinitive--this is called a complementary infinitive
impius, a, um
impious, wicked, irreverent
mox
soon
medius, a, um
middle, middle of
(via media--the middle way)
durus,a,um
hard (durable) harsh
numquam (nunquam)
ever
postquam
after
quamquam
although
nosco, noscere, novi, notus
learn; in the perfect tense it means know
aurum, -i N.
gold
(old campaign slogan--Vote for AuH2O--Vote for Goldwater)
impero (1)
give an order or give orders--the person ordered is in the dat case; the thing ordered is expressed by an ut or ne clause of indirect command
ante + acc.
before, in front of
ad + cedo=accedo (rule: when a prefix ends in consonant and main word begins with consonant. Cut consonant of prefix and double word consonant.
go to, approach (accede in English)
autem--never the fist word in Latin. This is called a postpositive conjunction and does not come first in Latin as it does in English.
however, moreover
invado, invadere, invasi, invasus
invade, attack, go into
ferrum,i N.
iron, by association can also mean sword because swords were first made of iron before they were made of steel.
ardeo, ardere, arsi, arsus
burn, be on fire; desire
(arson, arsonist)
pius, a, um
loyal, pious , one who does his/her duty
re+moveo=removeo, removere, removi, remotus
remove, set aside, take away
invado, invadere, invasi, invasus
invade, attack, go into
flamma,ae F.
fire, flame
post + acc.
after, behind
bene
formed from bonus, a, um
take off ending and add e to make a 1st and second adj an adv.
well
aureus, a, um
golden, made of gold
dominus, i, M
master, lord
(dominent)
ruina, ae F.
fall, downfall, ruin, destruction
dis+Cedo=discedo, discedere, ciscessi, discessus
go from, depart, leave