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honor
honris m. honor
ceteri
ceterae -a pl the remaining/rest
quantus
quanta, quantum - how large, how great
ridiculus
ridicula, ridiculum - ridiculus
vivus
viva vivum - alive, living
furtim
adv secretly
mox
adv. soon
primo
adv at first
repente
adv suddenly
unde
adv whence, from what
utrum....an
conj. whether....or
bibo
bibere, bibi - to drink
cognosco
cognoscere, cognovi, cognitum - to recognize
comprehendo
comprehendere, comprehendi, comprehensum - to grasp, seize, arrest, understand
dubito
(1) dubitare, dubitavi, dubitatum - to doubt
expono
exponere, exposui, expositum - to set forth, explain
minuo
minuere, minui, minutum - to lessen, diminish
rogo
(1) rogare, regavi, rogatum - to ask
as
assis m . an as
auxilium
auxilii n. help
digitus
digiti m. finger
elephantus
elephanti - m/f elephant
exsilium
exsilii n exile
invidia
invidiae f. envy, jealously
rumor
rumoris m. rumour
vinum
vini n. wine
mediocri
mediocre ordinary
cum
conj + subj. when, since, although (conj. + indic = why)
apud
prep+ acc. among
usque
adv. all the way, up to
doleo
dolere, dolui, doliturum - to drieve, suffer, hurt
dormio
dormire, dormivi, dormitum - to sleep
fero
ferre, tuli, latum - to bring, carry, bear
conjugation of FERO (pres act. indicative)
fero ferimus
fers fertis
fert ferunt
adfero
adferre, attuli, allatum - to bring to
confero
conferre, contuli, conlatum - to bring together
offero
offerre obtuli, oblatum - to offer
refero
refere rettuli relatum to carry back, bring back
invideo
invidere, invidi, invisum - to be envious + DAT
occido
occidere, occidi, occasum - to fall down, die
initium
initii n. beginning
ops
opis f. help
philosophus
philosophi m philosopher
plebs
plebis f. the common people
sal
salis m. salt, wit
speculum
speculi n. mirror
quis
quid (after) si, nisi, ne, num - anyone, anything, someone, something
candidus
candida candidum shining, white, bright
merus
mera, merum - pure
suavis
suave sweet
-ve
conj suffixed to word = aut before the word - OR
heu
interj. alas
subito
adv suddenly
recuso
(1) recusare, recusavi, recusatum - refuse
trado
tradere, tradidi, traditum (trans + do) to give over
anima
animae f. soul, spirit
remissio
remissionis f. release, letting go
vox
vocis f. voice
adversus
adversa, adversum opposite
talis
tale, such, of such a sort
vae
interj. often + dat - alas, woe to
arbitror
arbitrari arbitratus sum - to judge, think
conor
conari, conatus sum - to try
cresco
crescere, crevi, cretum - to increase
egredior
egredi, egressus sum - to go out
fateor
fateri, fassus sum - to confess
hortor
hortari, hortatus sum - to encourage
loquor
loqui, locutus sum - to say, speak
molior
moliri, molitus sum - to work at, build
morior
mori, mortuus sum - (moriturus) to die
nascor
nasci, natus sum - to be born
patior
pati passus sum to suffer
proficiscor
proficisci, profectus sum - to set out
resticor
resticari, rusticatus sum - to live in the country
sedeo
sedere, sedi, sessum - to sit
sequor
sequi, secutus sum - to follow
specto
(1) spectare, spectavi, spectatum - to look at, see
utor
uti, usus sum + abl - to use