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me-
me, myself
quid
what
nihil
nothing
no-n
not
saepe
often
si-
if
amo-
i love, i like
ama-re
to love, like
amatum
past participle of to love, like
ama-vi-
i loved, i liked
ama-bo- te-
please
co-gito-
i think, i ponder, i consider, i plan
co-gita-re
to think, ponder, plan
debere
to owe, ought, must
dare
to give, offer
erra-re
to wander, err, go astray
lauda-re
to praise
mone-re
to remind, advise, warn
salve-re
to be well, to be in good health
serva-re
to preserve, conserve, maintain
terre-re
to frighten, terrify
salve-, salve-te
hello, greetings
vale-re
to be strong, have power, be well
vale-
goodbye, farewell
vide-re
to see, observe, understand
voca-re
to call, summon
fa-ma
rumor, report, fame, reputation
fo-rma
form, shape, beauty
fortu-na
fortune, luck
i-ra
ire,anger
nauta
sailor
patria
fatherland, native land
pecu-nia
money
philosophia
philosophy
poena
penalty,punishment
poena-s dare
to pay the penalty
poe-ta
poet
porta
gate, entrance
puella
girl
rosa
rose
sententia
feeling, thought,opinion, vote,sentence
vi-ta
life, mode of life
anti-qua
ancient, old-time
magna
large, great, important
mea
my
multa
much, many
tua
your
et
and
sed
but
sine
without
est
is
ager
field, farm
agricola
farmer
ami-ca
friend
fe-mina
woman
fi-lia
daughter
fi-lia-bus
daughters (ablative)
fi-lius
son
numerus
number
populus
the people, a people, a nation
puer
boy
sapientia
wisdom
vir
man
ava-rus/ava-ra
greedy, avaricious
pauci-/ paucae
few, a few
Roma-nus, Roma-na
Roman
de-
down from, from; concerning, about
in
in, on
hodie-
today
semper
always
habe-re
to have, hold, posess, consider, regard
sate-re
to satisfy
ba-sium
kiss
bellum
war
co-nsilium
plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgement, wisdom
cu-ra
care, attention, caution, anxiety
do-num
gift, present
exitium
destruction, ruin
magister/magistra
schoolmaster/mistress, teacher, master/mistress
mora
delay
oculus
eye
officium
duty, service
o-tium
leisure, peace
peri-culum
danger, risk
remedium
cure, remedy
bellus
pretty, handsome, charming
bonus
good, kind
hu-ma-nus
pertaining to man, human, humane, kind
malus
bad, wicked, evil
parvus
small, little
stultus
foolish, a fool
ve-rus
true, real, proper
iuvare
to help, assist, aid
sum
i am
esse
to be
fui-
i was
est
he/she/it is
es
you are
sumus
we are
estis
you all are
sunt
they are
adule-scentia
youth, young manhood, youthfulness
animus
soul, spirit, mind
animi-
high spirits, pride, courage
caelum
sky, heaven
culpa
fault, blame
glo-ria
glory, fame
verbum
word
te-
you, yourselg
li-ber
free
noster/nostra/nostrum
our, ours
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
beautiful, handsome, fine
sa-nus
sound, healthy, sane
igitur
therefore, consequently
-ne
enclitic (makes a question)
(first word of sentence)
propter
on account of, because of
cra-s
tomorrow
heri-
yesterday
quando-
when
satis
enough, sufficient
tum
then, at that time, thereupon, in the next place
cenare
to dine
culpare
to blame, censure
remanere
to remain, stay, to staybehind, to abide, to continue
manere
to stay , stay behind
Genitive, FIrst declension, singular
-ae
genitive, first declension, plural
-a-rum
genitive, second declension, singular
-i-
genitive, second declension, plural
-o-rum
genitive, neuter, singular
-i-
genitive, neuter, plural
-o-rum
Nominative, first declension, sing.
-a
nominative, first declension, plural
-ae
nominative, second decl., sing.
-us
nominative, second declension, plural
-i-
nominative, neuter, sing.
-um
nominative, neuter, plural
-a
Dative, first declension, singular
-ae
dative, first declension, plural
-i-s
dative, second declension, sing.
-o-
dative, second declension, plural
-i-s
dative, neuter, sing.
-o-
dative, neuter, plural
-i-s
accusative, first declension, sing.
-am
accusative, first declension, plural
-a-s
accusative, second declension, sing.
-um
accusative, second declension, plural
-o-s
accusative, neuter, sing.
-um
accusative, neuter, plural
-a
ablative, first declension, singular
-a
ablative, second declension, plural
-i-s
ablative, second declension, singular
-o-
ablative, second declension, plural
-i-s
ablative, neuter, sing.
-o-
ablative, neuter, plural
-i-s
vocative, first declension, singular
-a
vocative, first declension, plural
-ae
vocative, second declension, sing.
-e
vocative, second declension, plural
-i-
genitive
possession
nominative
subject
dative
indirect object
accusative
direct object
ablative
after a preposition