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jam
adv, now, already
paro, parare, paravi
to prepare
arca
F, chest, box
aciipio, accipere, accepi
to take, recieve, accept
cena
F, dinner
cibus
M, food
inquit
says, said (after one or more words of a quotation)
Nuntius
M, messenger, message, news
hortus
M, garden
cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi
to become aquainted with, to recognize
diligenter
carefully
aurum
N, gold
colligo, colligere, collegi
to bring together, collect
praemium
N, reward, premium
facio, facere, feci
to do, make
bibo, bibere, bibi
to drink
ibi
there, in that place
si
if
remus
M, oar
edo, edere, edi
to eat
libenter
with pleasure, gladly
saccuss
M, bag, sack
vesperi
in the evening
non solum...sed etiam
not only...but also
patria
F, native country
luceo, lucEre, luxi
to shine
servus
M, servant
mitto, mittere, misi
to send
clava
F, club
curo, curare, curavi
to care for, tend to
baca
F, berry, small fruit
consilium
N, plan
rogo, rogare, rogavi
to ask
socius
M, companion, partner, associate
sunus
M, sound
quamquam
although
somnus
M, sleep
secundus, a, um
second (2nd)
aedificum
N, building
alius, alia, aliud
other, another
aliquando
at some time
fluo, fluere, fluxi
to flow
etian
also, even
auxilium
N, help, aid
vinco, vincere, vici
to conquer
taeda
F, torch
cepit
seized, took, (with consilium), fored a plan
mora
F, delay
oleum
N, oil
ventus
M, wind
doleo, dolEre, dolui
to grieve, suffer
medius
M, mid, middle of
doceo, docEre, docui
to teach
apud
(acc.) at, with
velum
N, sail
scientia
F, knowledge, science
sacer, sacra, sacrum
sacred
discipulus
M, pupil, student, disciple
egregius, a um
excellent, distinguished
disco, discere, didici
to learn
ala
F, wing
dum
(with present tense) while
frumentum
N, grain
punio, punire, punivi
to punish
consilium
N, plan
secreto
secretly, stealthily
malus, a um
bad, evil, wicked, as noun N evil
medicus
M, doctor, physician
tutus, a um
safe, secure
locus
M, location, place
supero, superare, superavi
to defeat, overcome
interficio, interficere, interfeci
kill (in war)
Nuntia
F, messenger
gero, gere, gessi
to wear, carry, conduct
vita
F, life
maestus, a um
sad
venio, venire, veni
to come
calidus, a um
warm
ubi
when
oppidum
N, town
excito, excitare, excitavi
to awaken, stir up
vicinus
M, neighbor
ardeo, ardEre, arsi
to burn
discedo, discere, discessi
to go away, depart
aeger, aegra, aegrum
sick, ill
deligo, deligere, delegi
to pick, choose
dormio, dormire, dormivi
to sleep
medicus, a um
medical, of medicine, healing
custodio, cusdire, custodivi
to guard, watch
interficio, interficere, interfeci
kill (in war)
palla
F, cloak, palla, robe
rego, regere, rexi
to rule, direct
animus
M, mind; in animo habEre, intend, to have in mind
debeo, debEre, debui
ought (with infinitive
interim
meanwhile
flammeus, a um
flaming, fiery
aut...aut
either...or
equus
M, horse
optimus, a um
best
diu
long (og time only), for a long time
pauci, paucae, pauca
(pl.) few
aliter
otherwise
magister, magistri
M, master, teacher
doceo, docEre, docui
to teach
porta
F, gate
aperio, aprerire, aperui
to open
filius
M, son
cupio, cupere, cupivi
desire, wish
pro
(abl.) for, for the sake of
ligneus, a um
wooden, of wood
praeter
(acc.) except
ubi
when
appello, appellare, appellavi
to name