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adeo
to such an extent, so much
adimo, -dimere, -demi, -demptum
take away
abdo, -dere, -didi, -ditum
hide, remove
abhinc
ago
absum, abesse, afui
be absent
absence
accidit, -cidere, -cidit
it happens
accident
accipio, -cipere, -cepi, -ceptum
receive, accept
accept
accuso (1)
accuse
accuse
acer, acris, acre
sharp, keen
acrid
acerbus, -a, -um
bitter
acies, -iei, f.
battle-line, sharpness, sight
acuo, -cuere, -cui, -cuium
sharpen
acute
acutus, -a, -um
sharp, pointed
addo, -dere, -didi, -ditum
add
addition
adipiscor, adipisci, adeptus
obtain, acquire
aditus, -um, m.
approach
adolesco, -lescere, -levi, adultum
grow up
adult
adolescens, -entis, m.
young man
adolescent
adorior, adoriri, adortus
attack, approach, orchestrate
adsum, adesse, adfui
be present
adventus, -us, m.
arrival
advent
adversus, -a, -um
facing, opposed
adverse
aedes, -ium, f. pl.
house
edifice
aeger, -gra, -grum
ill, sick
aegre
scarecely, with difficulty
aemulor (1)
rival
emulate
aemulus, -a, -um (+dat.)
rivalling, jealous
aequus, -a, -um
level, fair
equal
aequor, -oris, n.
sea, flat plane
aer, aeris, m.
air
aeroplane
aes, aeris, n.
copper, bronze
aestimo (1)
value, reckon
esitmate
aestus, -us, m.
heat, tide
estuary
aetas, -atis, m.
age
aether, -eris, m.
air
ethereal
aevum, -i, n.
era, period of time
ager, -gri, m.
territory, field
agriculture
agrestis, -is, -e
of the country
agricola, -ae, m.
farmer
agger, -eris, m.
rampart
aggredior, -edi, -essus
approach, attack
aggression
agnosco, -oscere, -ovi, -itum
recognize
ago, agere, egi, actum
do, drive, carry on
agent
ait
he says, he said
ala, -ae, f.
wing
alacer, -cris, -cre
brisk, quick
alacrity
albus, -a, -um
white
albino
aliquis, -quis, -quid
someone
alius, -a, -ud
other, another
alias
alienus, -a, -um
belonging to another
alien
alter, -tera, -terum
the other, the second
alternate
altus, -a, -um
high, deep
altitude
ambulo (1)
walk
amble
amicus, -i, m.
friend
amicable
amicitia, -ae, f.
friendship
amitto, -ittere, -isi, -issum
lose
amo (1)
love, like
amorous
amor, -oris, m.
love, deisre
amplector, -ecti, -exus
embrace
amplius
more, more fully
ample
anceps, (-cipitis)
doubtful
angustus, -a, -um
narrow
angustiae, -arum, f. pl.
narrow pass, defile
animadverto, -ertere, -erti, -ersum
notice
anima, -ae, f.
spirit, life, breath, soul
animal
animus, -i, m.
mind, courage
animosity
annus, -i, m.
year
annual
ante
before (preposition)
antecedent
antea
before (adverb)
antequam
before (conjunction)
antrum, -i, n.
cave
aperio, -perire, -perui, -pertum
open (trans.)
aperture
appareo (2)
appear, be visible
apparent
appello (1)
call
appeal
appropinquo (1) (+dat.)
approach
aptus, -a, -um
suitable, appropriate
apt
aqua, -ae, f.
water
aqeuduct
aquila,-ae, f.
eagle, battle-flag
ara, -ae, f.
altar
aro (1)
plough
arable
aratrum, -i, m.
plough
arvum, -i, n.
field
arbitror (1)
think
arbitrate
arbor, -oris, f.
tree
arceo (2)
ward off, keep away
arcesso, -ssere, -ssivi, -ssitum
send for
arcus, -us, m.
bow (weapon), arch
arch
ardeo, ardere, arsi, arsum
burn (intrans.)
ardent
arduus, -a, -um
steep, towering, difficult
arduous
argentum, -i, n.
silver, money
arguo, -uere, -ui, -utum
prove, accuse
argue
aridus, -a, -um
dry
arid
arma, -orum, n. pl.
weapons, arms
armoury
armo (1)
arm
ars, artis, f.
skill, art
artistic
artus, -um, m. pl.
limbs
articulate
arx, arcis, f.
citadel, fortress
ascendo, -endere, -endi, -ensum
climb
ascend
asper, -era, -erum
rough
asperity
astrum, -i, n.
star
astronomy
at
but
atque, ac
and
auctor, -oris, m. or f.
person responsible for
author
auctoritas, -atis, f.
authority, influence
authority
audeo, audere, ausus
dare
audax, (-acis)
daring, bold, rash
audacious
audacia, -ae, f.
boldness, rashness
audio (4)
hear
audience
augeo, augere, auxi, auctum
increase (trans.)
auction
aura, -ae, f.
breeze, air
aurum, -i, m.
gold
aut
either, or
autem
moreover, but
auxilium, -i, m.
help (in pl., auxiliary, auxiliary troops)
avidus, -a, -um
greedy, desirous
avid
avus, -i, m.
grandfather, ancestor
barbarus, -a, -um
foreign, barbarian
barabarians
bellum, -i, m.
war
rebellion
benignus, -a, -um
kind
benign
bibo, -bere, -bi, -bitum
drink
imbibe
blandus, -a, -um
nice, pleasant
bland
blandior (4) (+dat.)
flatter
bonus, -a, -um
good
bonny
bonum, -i, n.
advantage (in pl.: goods, possessions)
bene
well
beneficial
bos, bovis, m.
ox
bovine
bracchium, -i, m.
arm (of body)
bracelet
brevis, -is, -e
short
brevity
cadaver, -eris, n.
corpse
cadaverous
cado, cadere, cecedi, casum
fall
casus, -us, m.
fall, occurrence, chance
case
caecus, -a, -um
blind
caedo, caedere, cecidi, caesum
cut, beat, kill
incision
caedes, -is, f.
murder, slaughter
caelum, -i, n.
sky, heaven, climate
caelestis, -is, -e
of the sky, heavenly
celestial
calidus, -a, -um
warm, hot
callidus, -a, -um
clever, cunning
campus, -i, m.
plain, field
candidus, -a, -um
white, bright
candid
canis, -is, m.
dog
canine
cano, canere, cecini, cantum
sing
canto (1)
sing
chant
carmen, -minis, n.
song, poem, (in pl, poetry)
capio, capere, cepi, captum
take, get, contain
capture
captivus, -i, m.
prisoner
captive
caput, -pitis, n.
head
capital
carcer, -ceris, m.
prison
incarcerate
careo, carere, carui, caritum (+abl.)
be without, lack
carpo, -pere, -psi, -ptum
pluck, use, slander
carp
castra, -orum, n. pl.
camp
castellum, -i, n.
fort
castle
caveo, cavere, cavi, cautum
take care, beware, guard against
caution
cavus, -a, -um
hollow
cave
cedo, cedere, cessi, cessum
go, yield, happen
procession
celeber, -bris, -bre
famous, crowded
celebrated
celer, -leris, -lere
swift
celerity
celo (1)
hide
conceal
cena, -ae, f.
dinner
censeo, -sere, -sui, -sum
think, vote, value
censor
centurio, -ionis, m.
centurion
centurion
cerno, cernere, crevi, cretum
see, distinguish
discern
certo (1)
fight, struggle
concert
certamen, -minis, n.
struggle
certus, -a, -um
sure, fixed
certain
cervix, -vicis, f.
neck
cervical
cesso (1)
delay, be slow, stop
cease
cibus, -i, m.
food
cieo, ciere, civi, citum
rouse, summon, stir up
excite
cito (1)
rouse, summon, stir up
cito
quickly
cingo, cingere, cinxi, cinctum
surround
precinct
cinis, cineris, m.
ashes
incinerate
circumdo, -dare, -dedi, -datum
surround
citra
on this side of
citerior
nearer
civis, -is, m. or f.
citizen
civilian
civilis, -is, -e
civil, of citizens
civil
civitas, -atis, f.
state, country
clades, -is. f.
defeat, disaster
clamo (1)
shout
clamour
clamor, -oris, m.
shout
clarus, -a, -um
famous, clear
clarity
classis, -is, f.
fleet
claudo, claudere, clausi, clausum
shut
conclude
coepi (fut. coepero, past coeperam)
began
coerceo (2)
confine, control
coerce
cogito (1)
think, ponder
cogitate