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litterae, arum f. (pl)
an epistle (letter)
fma, ae f.
report, fame, reputation
ludus, i m.
school, game, play
concordia, ae f.
harmony
victoria, ae f.
victory
nauta, ae m.
sailor
finitimus, i m.
neighbor
materia, ae f.
material, timber
littera, ae f.
letter (of the alphabet)
silva, ae f.
forest, woods
liber, libri m.
book
cena, ae f.
dinner
praeda, ae f.
loot, booty
familia, ae f.
family
locus, i m.
place
amicitia, ae f.
friendship
femina, ae f.
woman, wife
aqua, ae f.
water
somnus, i m.
sleep
patria, ae f.
country/fatherland
poena, ae f.
punishment, penalty
colonus, i m.
settler
adulescentulus, i m.
young man
causa, ae f.
cause/reason, case
memoria, ae f.
memory
terra, ae f.
land, earth
terminus, i m.
end, boundary
lingua, ae f.
tongue, language
provincia, ae f.
province
via, ae f.
road, way, street, journey
liberi, liberorum m.(pl)
children
casa, ae f.
house
iniuria, ae f.
injustice, wrong
fortuna, ae f.
luck, fortune
grammaticus, i m.
school teacher
mensa, ae f.
table
hora, ae f.
hour
puella, ae f.
girl
populus, i m.
people
disciplina, ae f.
training/instruction
filia, ae f.
daughter
poeta, ae m.
poet
pugna, ae f.
fight, battle
feriae, arum f.(pl)
holiday
scio, scire, scivi, scitus
to know
agricola, ae m.
farmer
per-venio, per-venire, per-veni, per-venturus
to arrive
sportula, ae f.
small gift-basket
efficio, efficere, effeci, effectus
to bring about
insula, ae f.
island
a-mitto, a-mittere, a-misi, a-missus
to lose, send away
schola, ae f.
school
con-venio, con-venire, con-veni, con-venturus
to come together
filius, fili m. son
son
gero, gerere, gessi, gestus
to carry on
gloria, ae f.
glory
afficio, afficere, affeci, affectus
to affect, afflict with
vita, ae f.
life
fugio, fugere, fugi, fugiturus
to run away, flee
sententia, ae f.
motto, feeling
proelium committo
to begin battle
medicus, i m.
doctor
duco, ducere, duxi, ductus
to lead, draw
ira, ae f.
anger
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptus
to begin/take to
captivus, i m.
prisoner
accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptus
to recieve
dea, ae f.
goddess
re-duco, re-ducere, re-duxi, re-ductus
to lead back
equus, equi m.
horse
capio, capere, cepi, captus
to take, seize
frumentum, i n.
grain
facio, facere, feci, factus
to do, make
liber, libera, liberum
free
dico, dicere, dixi, dictus
to say, tell
loca, locorum n. (pl only)
places
audio, audire, audivi, auditus
to hear
templum, i n.
temple
lego, legere, legi, lectus
to read, collect, pick
noster, nostra, nostrum
our, ours
clarus, a, um
clear, famous
oppidum, i n.
town
totus, a, um
whole, all
atrium, atri n.
entry hall
longus, a, um
long
deus, i m.
god
et
and
tardus, a, um
later, slow
munio, munire, munivi, munitus
to fortify
cibus, cibi m.
food
habeo, habere, habui, habitus
to have, hold
tertius, a, um
third
novus, a, um
new, strange
arma, orum n.(pl)
arms/weapons
amo, are, avi, atus
to love, like
animi, orum m. (pl)
courage
adoro, are, avi, atus
to worship
corium, i n.
skin, leather
benigne
thank you
firmus, a, um
strong, firm
ibi
ther (in that place)
perpetuus, a, um
constant
habito, are, avi, atus
to live, dwell
latus, a, um
wide
sed
but
pretium, preti n.
price
olim
once, formerly, sometime
gladius, gladi m.
sword
minime
no
otium, oti n.
leisure
paro, are, avi, atus
to prepare, get, get ready
altus, a, um
high, deep
occupo, are, avi, atus
to seize
socius, soci m.
ally/comrade
primo
at first
discipulus, i m.
student
monstro, are, avi, atus
to point out, show
castra, castrorum n. (pl)
camp
porto, are, avi, atus
to carry
pauci, paucae, pauca
a few, few
in +ablative
in, on
reliquus, a, um
remaining, rest (of)
sine +ablative
without
dominus, i m.
master
ferio, ferire, ferivi, feritus
to hit/strike
verbum, i n.
word
ex-clamo, are, avi, atus
to shout
secundus, a, um
second, favorable
exspecto, are, avi, atus
to await/look out for
consilium, consili n.
plan, advice
sine +ablative
without
bellum, i n.
war
maturo, are, avi, atus
to hasten
sacer, sacra, sacrum
sacred
servo, are, avi, atus
to save, guard
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
beautiful
etiam
even, also
studia, studiorum n. pl
studies
sum, esse, fui, futurus
to be
amicus, i m.
friend
e or ex +ablative
out of, from, out from
vir, viri m.
man
causam agere
to plead a case
singuli, ae, a (plural only)
one at a time
Romanus, a, um
Roman
signum, i n.
sign/signal
macte
well done
finitimus, a, um
neighboring
quis
who??
aequus, a, um
even, just, calm
interim
meanwhile
puer, pueri m.
boy
specto, are, avi, atus
to look at, watch
caper, capri m.
goat
meus, a, um
my
anumus, animi m.
soul, mind, spirit
hodie
today
verus, a, um
true/real
e-voco, are, avi, atus
to summon/call out
vester, vestra, vestrum
your, yours(referring to more than one person)
est
he, she, it is, there is
medius, a, um
neighboring
cras
tomorrow
annus, i m.
year
libero, are, avi, atus
to free
servus, i m.
slave, servant
cur
why
magister, magistri m.
teacher
saepe
often
ager, agri m.
field
moneo, monere, monui, monitus
to warn, advise
nuntius, nunti m.
messenger
ubi
where
auxilium, auxili n.
aid/help
non
not
numerus, i m.
number
tum
then
carrus, i m.
cart, wagon
pono, ponere, posui, positus
to put/place
tablinum, i n.
study, den
quod
because
officium, offici n.
duty, office
ita
so
proelium, proeli n.
battle
vale (singular)
good-bye! to one person
varius, a, um
changing, varying
trans +accusative
across
studium, studi n.
eagerness, interest
parvus, a, um
small
flagellum, i n.
whip
nunc
now
publicus, a, um
public
memoria tenere
to remember
decimus, a, um
tenth
voco, are, avi, atus
to call
ignavus, a, um
lazy
magnus, a, um
great, big
barbarus, a, um
foreign
laudo, are, avi, atus
to praise
praemium, praemi n.
reward
quid
what??
tuus, a, um
your, yours (referring to one person)
quondam
once (upon a time)
commodus, a, um
suitable, convenient
ambulo, are, avi, atus
to walk
quintus, a, um
fifth
gratias agere
to give thanks (+dat)
miser, misera, miserum
poor, wretched
accedo, accedere, accessi, accessurus
to approach
saucius, saucia, saucium
wounded, hurt
ad +accusative
to, toward, near, at
unda, ae f.
wave
a or ab +ablative
from, away from
forma, ae f.
shape
rego, regere, rexi, rectus
to rule, reign/guide
copia, ae f.
supply, abundance
prope +accusative
near
regina, ae f.
queen
cedo, cedere, cessi, cessurus
to move, retreat, yield
cura, ae f.
care, concern
malus, a, um
bad
pecunia, ae f.
money
erant
they were, there were
copiae, arum f. (pl)
troops
antiquus, a, um
old, ancient
pupa, ae f.
doll, little girl
nuntio, are, avi, atus
to announce/report
migro, are, avi, atus
to depart
sacrifico, are, avi, atus
to sacrifice (+dative)
traho, trahere, traxi, tractus
to draw, drag
nato, are, avi, atus
to swim
amicus, a, um
friendly
multus, a, um
much
in-venio, in-venire, in-veni, in-ventus
to find, come upon
defendo, defendere, defendi, defensus
to defend
planus, a, um
flat, level
erat
he, she, it was, there was
aut
or
doceo, docere, docui, doctus
to teach
paene
almost
Gallus, a, um
Gallic (from Gaul)
viam munire
to build a road
propero, are, avi, atus
to hasten
beatus, a, um
happy, blessed
gratus, a, um
pleasing, grateful
semper
always
video, videre, vidi, visus
to see
salvete (plural)
hello! to more than one person
excedo, excedere, excessi, excessurus
to depart
postea
afterwards
scribo, scribere, scripsi, scriptus
to write
incito, are, avi, atus
to urge on, arouse
et...et
both...and
bellum gerere
to wage war
in +accusative
into, onto
de officiis agere
to talk about duties
valeo, valere, valui, valiturus
to be strong, be well
gratiam habere
to feel grateful
curro, currere, cucurri, cursurus
to run
-que
and (enclitic joined to second of two joined words)
pro +ablative
in behalf of, for, in front of, before
moveo, movere, movi, motus
to move
numquam
never
inquit
he, she, it said
laboro, are, avi, atus
to work
debeo, debere, debui, debitus
to owe, ought
valete (plural)
good-bye! to more than one person
multum agere
to do much
bonus, a, um
good
teneo, tenere, tenui, tentus
to keep, hold
dono, are, avi, atus
to give, present
circum +accusative
around
navigo, are, avi, atus
to sail
venio, venire, veni, venturus
to come
castra ponere
to pitch camp
appello, are, avi, atus
name, address, call
festino, are, avi, atus
to hurry
terreo, terrere, terrui, territus
to frighten/terrify/scare
celebro, are, avi, atus
to celebrate, honor
probo, are, avi, atus
to test, prove, approve
con-voco, are, avi, atus
to call together
ago, agere, egi, actus
to do, drive, discuss, live, spend
praedam agere
to carry off loot
mereo, merere, merui, meritus
to deserve, earn
de +ablative
down from, from, about, concerning
multi, ae, a (pl)
many
sunt
they are, there are
equum agere
to drive a horse
aut...aut
either...or
adiuvo, are, avi, atus
to help
cum +ablative
with
vitam agere
to live a life
contineo, continere, continui, contentus
to hold (together), contain
mando, are, avi, atus
to entrust
committo, committere, commisi, commissus
to join together, entrust
supero, are, avi, atus
to conquer
mitto, mittere, misi, missus
to send, let go
salve (singular)
hello! to one person
mox
soon
pugno, are, avi, atus
to fight
peto, petere, petivi, petitus
to seek, attack, aim at, ask (for)
atque
and, and also
augeo, augere, auxi, auctus
to increase
consilium capere
to adopt a plan
maneo, manere, mansi, mansurus
to remain/stay
durus, a, um
hard, harsh
post +accusative
after, behind
sic
yes