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Anchisiades, ae m.
Aeneas
Amycus, i m.
Trojan
amplus,a, um
large
amplector, i plexus
embrace
amo (1)
love
amnis, is m.
river
amitto, ere, misi, misus
let go
amictus, us m.
robe
amicio, ire, ui, itus
wrap
amens, entis
crazy
ambrosius, a, um
immortal
ambo, ae, o
both
ambio, ire, ivi, itus
go around
ambages, is, f.
winding
amarus, a, um
bitter
Apparo
(1) prepare
Ancora, ae f.
Anchor
Anguis, is m.
Snake, serpent
Angustus, a, um
Narrow
Anhelus, a, um
Panting, gasping
Annalis, is m.
Story, recors, annals
Annosus, a, um
Aged, old, full of years
Antefero, ferre, tuli, latus
Sat before, prefer, choose first
Antrum, I n.
Cave, cavern, grotto
Aper, pri m.
Wild boar
Aperio, ire, ui, ertus
Open, disclose, reveal
Apertus, a, um
Open(ed), clear
Apex, icis m.
Peak, summit, head
Apis, is f.
Bee
Appareo, ere, ui, itus
Appear
Apparo (1)
prepare
Antrum, I n.
Cave, cavern, grotto
Aper, pri m.
Wild boar
Aperio, ire, ui, ertus
Open, disclose, reveal
Apertus, a, um
Open(ed), clear
Apex, icis m.
Peak, summit, head
Apis, is f.
Bee
Appareo, ere, ui, itus
Appear
Apparo (1)
prepare
Adicio -ere, -ieci, iectus
Confer in addition
Adgredior -i, -gressus
Attack
Adfor -fari, -fatus
Address, Accost, Speak to
Adfluo -ere, -fluxi, -fluxus
Flow together
Afligo -ere, -xi, -ctus
Strike down, Shatter
amans, antis m.
lover
alvus, i f.
belly
alumnus, i m.
foster child
altum, i n.
deep
alternus, a, um
alternate
alterno (1)
change
alter, era, erum
one of two
alte
on high
altaria, ium n.
altar
alo, ere, ui, itus
nourish
almus, a, um
nourishing
alligo (1)
bind
aliter
otherwise
aliqui, qua, quod
any
alienus, a, um
belonging to another
Appello, ere, puli, pulsus
Drive to (+dat.)
Apto (1)
Equip, make ready, furnish
Aqua, ae f.
Water
Aquosus, a, um
Watery, rainy
Arboreus, a, um
Branching, tree-like
Arbos(or),oris f.
Tree; wood
Arcanum, I n.
Secret, mystery
Arcanus, a, um
Secret, hidden
Arceo, ere, ui
Keep off, defend, restrain
Arcus, us m.
Bow
Arduus, a, um
Lofty, steep, towering
Argentum, i n.
Silver
Arguo, ere, ui, utus
Prove, make clear
Aridus, etis m.
Dry
Aries, etis m.
(battering) ram
Adflo (1)
Breathe upon, Blow upon, Inspire
Adfatus -us m.
Address, Speech
Adeo -ire, -ii (ivi), -itus
Approach, Encounter
Addo -ere, -didi, -ditus
Add
Addenseo –ere, -
Thicken, Pack densely
Acutus –a, -um
Sharp
Acies –ei f.
Edge, Battle line, Army, Eye (sight)
Acervus –i m.
Heap, Pile, Mass
Acer –cris, -cre
Sharp, Fierce, Spirited
Accumulo (1)
Heap up, Pile up, Honor
Accumbo –ere, -cubi, -cubitus
Recline (at) (+dat)
Accingo –ere, -cinxi, - cinctus
Gird (on), Equip
Accerso –ere, -sivi, -situs
Summon, Invite
Accendo –ere, -i, -ensus
Inflame, Kindle, Enrage
Accedo –ere, -cessi, -cessus
Approach, Reach
alites, ae m.
trojan leader
ales, itis m.
bird
alcides, ae m.
descendant of Alceus
albanus, a, um
alban
alba, ae f.
alba longa
alatus, a, um
winged
ala, ae f.
wing
aiax, acis m.
greek leader
agnosco, ere, novi, nitus
recognize
agito (1)
drive
agitator, oris m.
driver
aggero (1)
heap up
agger, eris m.
mound
agenor, oris m.
king of phoenecia
agathyrsi, orum m.
people of scythia
africus, i m.
southwest wind
africus, a, um
african
aevum, i n.
age
aetherius, a,um
of the upper air
aether, eris, era m.
upper air
aeternus, a, um
eternal
aetas, atis f.
age
aestus, us m.
flood
aestas, atis f.
summer
aes, aeris n.
bronze
aerius, a, um
of the air
aereus, a, um
of bronze
aeratus, a, um
bronze
aer, aeris, aera m.
air
aequus, a, um
equal
aequo (1)
make equal
aequaevus, a, um
of equal age
aeolides, ae m.
misenus
aeolia, ae f.
uparian island near sicily
aenus, a, um
bronze
Armentum, I n.
Heard, flock, drove, cattle
Armiger, eri m.
Armorbearer, squire
Armo (1)
Arm, equip, furnish
Armus, I m.
Shoulder, flank, side
Aro (1)
Plow, till, furrow
Arrigo, ere, rexi, recuts
Erect, raise, pick up, stand on end
Ars, artis f.
Art(istry), skill, artifice
Artifex, icis m.
Artist, artisan
Artus, a, um
Close (fitting)
Artus, us m.
Joint, limb, member, body
Ascendo, ere, I, ensus
Ascend, mount
Asper, era, erum
Rought, harsh, fierce
Astrum, I n.
Star, constellation
Asylum, I n.
Refuge, sanctuary
Atrium, I n.
Hall, court, atrium
Attollo, ere
Lift, rear, raise
Attonitus, a, um
Thunderstruck, astounded
Auctor, oris m.
Author, founder, sponsor
Audeo, ere, ausus sum
Dare, venture
Aufero, auferre, abstuli, ablatus
Carry away, remove, take off
Augur, uris m.
Augur, prophet
Augurium, I n.
Augury, prophecy
Aureus, a, um
Gold(en), of gold
Auricomus, a, um
Golden-haired, golden-leaved
Auriga, ae, m./f.
Charioteer, chariot-driver
absum –esse, -afui
be away, be distant, be lacking
abstrudo –ere, -si, -sus
hide (away)
abstineo -ere,, -ui, -tantus
refrain, restrain
absisto -ere, -stiti
cease, stop
absens -entis
absent, separated, distant
abscondo -ere, -(di)di, -ditus
hide
abscessus -us m.
departure, absence
abrumpo -ere, -rupi, -ruptus
break off
abripio -ere, -ui, -reptus
carry off, snatch away
abnuo -ere, -ui, -utus
nod, dissent, refuse
abluo -ere, -ui, -utus
wash (off)
abigo -ere, -egi, -actus
drive (away), force
abies -etis f.
fir, pine
abeo -ier, -ii (ivi), -itus
depart
abdo -ere, -didi, -ditus
hide, put away, bury
adsto -are, -stiti
stand (on, at, nearby) (+dat)
adspicio -ere, -spexi, -spectus
see, behold, look (at)
adspectus -us m.
sight, appearance, vision, aspect
adspecto (1)
look at, see, face, behold
aenum -i n.
bronze
aemulus -a, -um
emulous, imitative (of), jealous
aeger -gra, -grum
sick, weary, wretched
aedificio (1)
build
aedes -ium f.
house
adytum -i n.
inner shrine, sanctuary
advolvo -ere, i, -lutus
roll
advolo (1)
fly to
adverto -ere, -i, -rsus
turn to, heed
adversus -a, -um
opposite, facing
adversor -ari, -atus
oppose, resist (+dat)
advenio -ire, -veni, -ventus
arrive, reach
advena -ae m./f.
stranger, immigrant, newcomer
adultus -a, -um
grown, adult
adsurgo -ere, -srrexi, -surrectus
rise
adsisto -ere, -stiti, -
stand by
adsiduus -a, -um
constant, unceasing
adsidue adv.
constantly, continually
adservo (1)
gaurd, watch
adquiro -ere, -quisivi, -situs
acquire, gain
adoro (1)
worship, adore, honor
adnuo -ere, -ui, -utus
nod assent, promise
adnitor -i, -sus (nixus)
lean (on, against), struggle
admoveo -ere, -movi, -motus
move to
admoneo -ere, -ui, -itus
advise, warn
admiror -ari, -atus
wonder (at), admire
adloquor -i, -locutus
address, accost
adlabor -i, -lapsus
glide to, approach (+dat)
adiuvo -are, adiuvi, adiutus
help
adiuro (1)
call to witmess. swear by
aditus -us m.
appraoch, entrance, access
adhuc adv.
to this point, till now
adimo -ere, -emi, -emptus
take away
a, ab, abs + abl
from, by
ac, atque
and, also;
accipio, ere, accepi, acceptus
receive, accept, learn, hear, conceive
actus, a, um
driven, done from ago
adsum, esse, adfui
be present, assist + dat
aequor, aequoris n.
sea, waves; (level) plain
age, agite
come! lead on! up!
agmen, agminis n.
army, battle line, troop; course
ago, agere, egi, actus
drive, do, lead, treat, pass, conduct
aio, ais, ait; aiunt
say, speak, assert
alius, alia, aliud
another, other, else
altus, a, um
high, lofty, deep
altum, i n.
deep (sea)
amor, amoris m.
love, desire, passion
anima, ae f.
air, breath, life, soul, shade
animus, i m.
soul, spirit, breath, courage
ante adv
sooner, previously
ante + acc
before
antiquus, a, um
ancient, old
ara, ae f.
altar
ardeo, ardere, arsi, arsus
burn
arma, armorum n pl
arms, weapons, tools
arvum, i n.
plowed land, field, region
arx, arcis f.
citadel, fort,
at, ast conj,
but, yet; however, at least
ater, atra, atrum
dark, black, gloomy, deadly
atque, ac
and also
audio, audire, audivi, auditus
hear,
aura, aurae f.
air, breeze
aurum, i n.
gold
aut, aut ... aut
or, either ... or
auris, is f.
ear
auspex, auspicis m.
protector, guide
auspicium, i n.
auspices
ausus, i m.
daring deed, daring
autem adv.
but, however, moreover
auxilium, i n.
help
avarus, a, um
greedy, covetous
aveho, avehere, avexi, avectus
carry, convey
avello, ere, avelli, avulsus
tear off
averto, ere, averti, aversus
turn away, keep off, turn aside
avertor, i aversus
turn away, avert
avidus, a, um
eager, greedy
avis, avis f.
bird, fowl
avius, a, um
pathless, remote
avus, i m.
grandfather; ancestor
axis, is m.
axle, axis; height