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laudo, laudare
to praise

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
moneo, monere
to advise, warn, remind

2nd conjugation verb, present infinitive
amo, amare
to like, love

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
cogito, cogitare
to think, ponder, consider, plan

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
debeo, debere
to owe can also mean ought, must

2nd conjugation verb, present infinitive
erro, errare
to wander, err, go astray, make a mistake, be mistaken

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
salveo, salvere
to be well, to be in good health

2nd conjugation verb, present infinitive
servo, servare
to preserve, save, keep, guard

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
conservo, conservare
to preserve, conserve, maintain

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
terreo, terrere
to frighten, terrify

2nd conjugation verb, present infinitive
valeo, valere
to be strong, have power, be well

2nd conjugation verb, present infinitive
video, videre
to see, observe, understand

2nd conjugation verb, present infinitive
voco, vocare
to call, summon

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
salve, salvete
hello, greetings

present active imperatives
vale, valete
goodbye, farewell

present active imperative
me
me, myself

pronoun
quid
what

pronoun
nihil
nothing

undeclensionable noun
non
not

adverb
saepe
often

adverb
si
if

conjunction
amabo te
please

idiom
volo, volare
to fly

1st conjunction verb, present infinitive
bis
twice

adverb
cito
quickly

adverb
festino, festinare
to hasten, make haste

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
lente
slowly

adverb
culpo, culpare
to blame, censure

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
pecco, peccare
to sin

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
et
and

conjunction
hodie
today

adverb
respondeo, respondere
to respond, reply

2nd conjugation verb, present infinitive
discipula, discipulae
f. student

1st declension noun
discipule, discipuli
m. student

2nd declension noun
magister, magistri
m. teacher

2nd declension noun
magistra, magistrae
f. teacher

1st declension noun
fama, famae
f. rumor, report; fame, reputation

1st declension noun
forma, formae
f. form, shape; beauty

1st declension noun
fortuna, fortunae
f. fortune, luck

1st declension noun
ira, irae
f. ire, anger

1st declension noun
nauta, nautae
m. sailor

1st declension noun
patria, patriae
f. fatherland, native land, country

1st declension noun
pecunia, pecuniae
f. money

1st declension noun
philosophia, philosophiae
f. philosophy

1st declension noun
poena, poenae
f. penalty, punishment

1st declension noun
poenas dare
to pay the penalty

idiom
poeta, poetae
m. poet

1st declension noun
porta, portae
f. gate, entrance, door

1st declension noun
puella, puellae
f. girl

1st declension noun
rosa, rosae
f. rose

1st declension noun
sententia, sententiae
f. feeling, thought, opinion, vote, sentence

1st declension noun
vita, vitae
f. life, mode of life

1st declension noun
antiquus, antiqua, antiquum
ancient, antique, old time

adjective (note the three genders)
magnus, magna, magnum
large, great; important

adjective (note the three genders)
meus, mea, meum
my

adjective (note the three genders)
multus, multa, multum
much, many

adjective (note the three genders)
tuus, tua, tuum
your

adjective (note the three genders)
et . . . et
both . . . and

conjunction
sed
but

conjunction
O
o! Oh!

interjection, used with vocative
sine
without

preposition + word in the ablative
est
is

3rd person sing. of verb "Esse" - to be
venia, veniae
f. kindness, favor, pardon

1st declension noun
clementia, clementiae
f. mildness, mercy, gentleness

1st declension noun
deporto, deportare
to carry away

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
recusaro, recusare
to refuse, reject

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
vito, vitare
to avoid

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
turba, turbae
f. uproar, disturbance; crowd, mob, multitide

1st declension noun
iubeo, iubere
to order

2nd declension noun, present infinitive
sanus, sana, sanum
sound, sane

adjective (note the three genders)
ars, artis
f. art, skill

3rd declension noun, present infinitive
immodicus, immodica, immodicum
immoderate, excessive

adjective (note the three genders)
creo, creare
to create

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
sanus, sana, sanum
sound, healthy, sane

adjective (note the three genders)
insanus, insana, insanum
insane, unhealthy

adjective (note the three genders)
sana, sanae
f. sound, sane

1st declension noun
insana, insanae
f. insane

1st declension noun
nullus, nulla, nullum
no, none, not any

adjective (note the three genders)
onero, onerare
to load, oppress

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
rota, rotae
f. wheel

1st declension noun
timeo, timere
to fear

2nd conjugation verb, present infinitive
obduro, obdurare
to be firm, tough

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
basio, basiare
to kiss

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
te
you, yourself

in ablative and accusative sing. cases
ager, agri
m. field, farm

2nd declension noun
agricola, agricolae
m. farmer

2nd declension noun
amicus, amici
m. friend

2nd declension noun
amica, amicae
f. friend

1st declension noun
femina, feminae
f. woman

1st declension noun
filia, filiae
f. daughter

1st declension noun
filiabus
f. daughter

dative and ablative case plural, to distinquish from son in these cases
filius, filii
m. son

2nd declension noun
numerus, numeri
m. number

2nd declension noun
populus, populi
m. the people, a people, a nation

2nd declension noun
puer, pueri
m. boy

2nd declension noun
sapientia, sapientiae
f. wisdom

1st declension noun
vir, viri
m. man

2nd declension noun
avarus, avara, avarum
greedy

adjective (note the three genders)
pauci
m. pl. few, a few

adjective
paucae
f. pl. few, a few

adjective
Romanus, Romana, Romanum
a Roman

adjective (note the three genders)
de
down from, from; concerning, about

preposition + word in ablative
in
in, on

preposition + word in ablative
semper
always

adverb
habeo, habere
to have, hold, possess; consider, regard

2nd conjugation verb, present infinitive
satio, satare
to satisfy, sate

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
Titus Lucretius Carus (Lucretius)
author during Golden Age
Gaius Valerius Catullus (Catullus)
lyric poet of Golden Age
Marcus Tullius Cicero (Cicero)
orator of Golden Age
Gaius Iulius Caesar (Caesar)
orator of Golden Age
Cornelius Nepos (Nepos)
writer of biographies during Golden Age
Publius Vergilius Maro (Virgil)
writer during Golden Age
Quintus Horatius Flaccus (Horace)
poet laureate of Golden Age
Titus Livius (Livy)
historical author of Golden Age
Sextus Propertius (Propertius)
author during Golden Age
Publius Ovidius Naso (Ovid)
author during Golden Age
Lucius Annaeus Seneca (Seneca)
philosopher during Silver Age
Petronius (poss. Titus Petronius Arbiter)
consular during Silver Age
Marcus Fabius Quintilianus (Quintilian)
teacher and author during Silver Age
Marcus Valerius Martialis (Martial)
satirist during Silver Age
Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus (Pliny)
public figure during Silver Age
Publius Cornelius Tactius (Tactius)
satirist during Silver Age
Decimus Iunius Iuvenalis (Juvenal)
rhetorical satirist during Silver Age
basium, basii
n. a kiss

2nd declension noun
bellum, belli
n. war

2nd declension noun
consilium, consilii
n. plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgement, wisdom

2nd declension noun
cura, curae
f. care, attention, caution, anxiety

1st declension noun
donum, doni
n. gift, present

2nd declension noun
exitium, exitii
n. destruction, ruin

2nd declension noun
mora, morae
f. delay

2nd declension noun
oculus, oculi
m. eye

2nd declension noun
officium, officii
n. duty, service

2nd declension noun
otium, otii
n. leisure, peace

2nd declension noun
periculum, periculi
n. danger, risk

2nd declension noun
remedium, remedii
n. cure, remedy

2nd declension noun
bellus, bella, bellum
pretty, handsome, charming

adjective (note the three genders)
humanus, humana, humanum
pertaining to man, human; humane, kind; refined, cultivated

adjective (note the three genders)
malus, mala, malum
bad, wicked, evil

adjective (note the three genders)
parvus, parva, parvum
little, small

adjective (note the three genders)
stultus, stulta, stultum
foolish

adjective (note the three genders)
stultus, stulti
m. a fool

2nd declension noun
verus, vera, verum
true, real, proper

adjective (note the three genders)
iuvo, iuvare
to help, aid, assist; to please

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
sum, esse
to be, exist

irregular verb
sum summus
es estis
est sunt
present conjugation of verb "Esse" - to be
I am we are
you are you are
he is they are
caecus, caecua, caecum
blind

adjective (note the three genders)
infortunatus, infortunata, infortunatum
unfortunate

adjective (note the three genders)
omnino
wholly

adverb
beatus, beata, beatum
happy, fortunate

adjective (note the three genders)
crustulum, crustuli
n. a cookie

2nd declension noun
infinitus, infinita, infinitum
infinite

adjective (note the three genders)
noster, nostra, nostrum
our

possessive adjective (note the three genders)
dignus, digna, dignum
worthy, deserving

adjective (note the three genders)
amicitia, amicitiae
f. friendship

1st declension noun
omnia
all
praeclarus, praeclara, preclarum
splendid, remarkable

adjective (note the three genders)
rarus, rara, rarum
rare

adjective (note the three genders)
adulescentia, adulescentiae
f. youth, young manhood; youthfulness

1st declension noun
animus, animi
m. sing. spirit, soul, mind

2nd declension noun
animi, animorum
m. pl. high spirits, courage, pride

2nd declension noun
caelium, caeli
n. sky, heaven

2nd declension noun
culpa, culpae
f. fault, blame

1st declension noun
gloria, gloriae
f. glory

1st declension noun
verbum. verbi
n. word

2nd declension noun
liber, libera, liberum
free

adjective (note the three genders)
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
beautiful, handsome; fine

adjective (note the three genders)
igitur
therefore, consequently

conjunction (postpositive - never appears first in a sentence)
-ne
suffix added to an emphatic word placed at the beginning of a sentence to indicate a question whose answer is uncertain
propter
on account of, because of

preposition + word in accusative case
cras
tomorrow

adverb
heri
yesterday

adverb
quando
when

interogative/relative adverb and conjunction
si quando
if ever
satis
enough, sufficient (adj)
sufficiently (adv)

indeclensible adjective/adverb
tum
then, at that time; thereupon, in the next place

adverb
ceno, cenare
to dine

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
remaneo, remanere
to remain, stay, stay behind, abide, continue

2nd conjugation verb, present infinitive
supero, superare
to be above

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
super
above
adverb or preposition in abl. or acc.
invidia, invidiae
f. envy, jealousy, hatred, dislike

1st declension noun
sustineo, sustinere
to sustain, endure

2nd declension verb, present infinitive
angustus, angusta, angustum
narrow

adjective (note the three genders)
libellus, libelli
little book

2nd declension noun
benevolentia, benevolentiae
f. good will, kindness

1st declension noun
irrito, irritare
to irritate, excite, exasperate

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
curo, curare
to take care of

1st declension verb, present infinitive
supplicium, supplicii
n. punishment

2nd declension noun
peritus, perita, peritum
skillful

adjective (note the three genders)
asper, aspera, asperum
rough, harsh

adjective (note the three genders)
conviva, convivae
m. dinner guest

1st declension noun
pugno, pugnare
to fight

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
umbra, umbrae
f. shadow, shade, ghost

1st declension noun
cum
with

used with ablative case
apud
among

used with the accusative case
inferi, inferorum
pl. those below, the dead

2nd declension noun in plural
fortasse
perhaps

adverb
anima, animae
f. the breath of life

1st declension noun
dea, deae
f. goddess

1st declension noun
deabus
f. goddess

plural dative and ablative case to distinguish from the masc. god
deus, dei
m. god

2nd declension noun
insidiae, insidiarum
f. pl. ambush, plot, treachery

1st declension noun
liber, libri
m. book

2nd declension noun
tyrannus, tyranni
m. absolute ruler, tyrant

2nd declension noun
vitium, vitii
n. fault, crime, vice

2nd declension noun
Graecus, Graeca, Graecum
Greek

adjective (note the three genders)
Graecus, Graeci
m. a Greek

2nd declension noun
perpetuus, perpeta, perpetuum
perpetual, lasting, uninterrupted, continuous

adjective (note the three genders)
plenus, plena, plenum
full, abundant, generous, plentiful

adjective (note the three genders)
salvus, salva, salvum
safe, sound

adjective (note the three genders)
secundus, secunda, secundum
second, favorable

adjective (note the three genders)
vester, vestra, vestrum
your (pl).
-que
and

enclitic conjuction - appended to second of two words being joined
ubi
where, when (relative adverb and conjunction)
where (interrogative adv. and conj.)
ibi
there

adverb
nunc
now, at present

adverb
quare
because of . . ., therefore, wherefore, why
possum possumus
potes potestis
potest possunt
conjugation of verb "Posse" - to be able, can in the present tense
tolero, tolerare
to tolerate, bear, endure

1st conjugation verb, present infinitive
opto, optare
to wish

1st declension verb, present infinitive
gusto, gustare
to taste

1st declension verb, present infinitive
delecto, delectare
to delight

1st declension verb, present infinitive
varius, varia, varium
varied

1st declension noun
hoc
this

uses the accusative case
-o -amus
-as -atis
-at -ant
present indicative active endings for 1st conjugations
-abo -abimus
-abis -abitis
-abit -abunt
future indicative active endings for 1st conjugations
-abam -abamus
-abas - abatis
-abat -abant
imperfect indicative active tense of 1st conjugations
-eo -emus
-es -etis
-et -ent
present indicative active tense of 2nd conjugations
-ebo -ebimus
-ebis - ebitis
-ebit -ebunt
future indicative active tense of 2nd conjugations
-ebam -ebamus
-ebas -ebatis
-ebat -ebant
imperfect indicative active tense of 2nd conjugations
ero erimus
eris eritis
erit erunt
future indicative active tense of the verb "Esse" - to be
eram eramus
eras eratis
erat erant
imperfect indicative active tense of the verb "Esse" - to be
potero poterimus
poteris poteritis
poterit poterunt
future indicative active tense of the verb "Posse" - to be able, can
poteram poteramus
poteras poteratis
poterat poterant
imperfect indicative active tense of the verb "Posse" - to be able, can
-a -ae
-ae -arum
-a -ae
-ae -is
-am -as
-a -is
1st declension noun endings
-us -i
-i -orum
-o -is
-um -os
-o -is
-e -i
2nd declension masculine -us noun endings
-(none) -i
-i -orum
-o -is
-um -os
-o -is
-(none) -i
2nd declension masculine -er noun endings
-um -a
-i -orum
-o -is
-um -a
-o -is
-um -a
2nd declension neuter noun endings