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odio esse
be hateful
rei
thing, business, affair
(ei) moriendum est
(he) must die
-ne
question (introduces questions the answer to which is uncertain)
-ve
(enclitic, conj.) or
[-bam, -bas, -bat, -bamus, -batis, -bant]
indicative active imperfect tense
"I was praising; we were praising; I praised."
[-bo/am, -bis/es, -bit/et, -bimus/emus, -bitis/etis, -bunt/ent]
indicative active future tense
"They shall praise; we will praise."
[-eram, -eras, -erat, -eramus, -eratis, -erant]
indicative active pluperfect tense
"I had praised."
[-ero, -eris, -erit, -erimus, -eritis, -erint]
indicative active future perfect tense
"We will have praised."
[-i, -isti, -it, -imus, -istis, -erunt/ere]
indicative active perfect tense
"I praised, have praised."
[-o/m, -s, -t, -mus, -tis, -nt]
indicative active present tense
"I praise."
a bene placito
from one well pleased (at pleasure)
a capite ad calcem
from head to heel
a cruce salus
salvation from the cross
a fortiori
from the stronger (“even more so”)
a pedibus usque ad caput
from feet to head (completely)
a posse ad esse
from being able to being (possibility to actuality)
a posteriori
from the latter (from experience)
a priori
from the former (prior to experience)
a rationibus
in charge of accounts
a tergo
from behind, in the rear
ab
a (prep.) away from, from; by (takes ablative)
ab asino lanam
wool from an ass
ab epistulis
in charge of correspondence
ab extra
from the outside
ab imo pectore
from the deepest chest (bottom of my heart)
ab incunabulis
from infancy
ab uno disce omnes
from one, learn all
ab urbe condita
from the founding of the city
ab, a
from; by
abduco, abducere, abduxi, abductus
lead away
abeo
go away
aberat
was absent
abest
is gone, is absent
abhinc
ago
abhorreo, abhorrere, abhorrui
shrink (from)
abicio, abicere, abieci
throw away
abigo, abigere, abegi, abactus
drive away
abit: abiit
goes away
absentia, absentiae, f.
absence
absit omen
let an omen be absent (let this not be a bad omen)
absum, abesse, afui
be out, be absent, be away
abundans cautela non nocet
abundant caution does no harm
abusus non tollit usum
misuse does not invalidate proper use
ac
and
accedo
to come (to), approach [accede, access]
accessit
he came near (runner up)
accidit: accidit
happens
accido, accidere, accidi
happen
accipio
accept, take in, receive
accipit: accepit
accepts, receives
accurrens, accurrens, accurrens, gen. accurrentis
running up
accurro, accurrere, accurri
run up
accusat: accusavit
accuses
accuso, accusare, accusavi
accuse
acer
acris, acre (adj.) sharp, keen, eager; severe, fierce [acrimonious]
acerbus
) harsh, bitter, grievous [exacerbate]
acriter
keenly, fiercely
acta non verba
Deeds, not Words
acta sanctorum
deeds of the saints
actum est de nobis
it's all over for us
actus me invito factus non est meus actus
the act done by me against my will is not my act
ad
to, at
ad
(prep.) to, up to, near to (takes accusative)
ad arbitrium
at pleasure
ad astra
to the stars
ad astra per aspera
to the stars through difficulty
ad captandum vulgus
in order to capture the crowd (appeal to the masses)
ad eundem
to the same
ad fundum
to the bottom (toast, or “back to basics”)
ad libitum (ad lib)
toward pleasure (“as one wishes”)
ad rem
to the matter (“to the point”)
ad undas
to the waves (to hell)
ad usum proprium
for one's own use
ad utrumque paratus
prepared for either [alternative]
adaequatio intellectus et rei
correspondence of the mind and reality
addit: addidit
adds
addo, addere, addidi, additus
add
adduco, adducere, adduxi, adductus
lead, lead on, encourage
adeo
approach, go up to
adeo
so much, so greatly
adeptus, adepta, adeptum
having obtained, having received
adest
is here, is present
adfero
{3} adferre, attuli, allatum (v.) to bring to
adhibeo, adhibere, adhibui
use, apply
adhuc
until now
adipiscor, adipisci, adeptus sum
receive, obtain
aditus, aditus, m.
entrance
adiuvat: adiuvit
helps
adiuvo, adiuvare, adiuvi
help
ADJ-est, most ADJ
-issimus, -a, -um
adligo, adligare, adligavi, adligatus
tie
adloquor, adloqui, adlocutus sum
speak to, address
administrans, administrans, administrans, gen. administrantis
managing
admitto
admit, let in
adoro, adorare, adoravi
worship
adsto, adstare, adstiti
stand by
adsum
be here, be present
adventus, adventus, m.
arrival
adversa
(things) noted
adversus
hostile, unfavorable
adversus solem ne loquitor
don't speak against the sun (don't argue what's obviously wrong)
advesperascit, advesperascere, advesperavit
get dark, become dark
aedificium
building
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi, aedificatus
build
aeger, aegra, aegrum
sick, ill
aegrescit medendo
the disease worsens with the treatment
aegrotus, aegroti, m.
invalid
aeneus, aenea, aeneum
made of bronze
aequo animo
calmly, in a calm spirit
aequus
aequa, aequum (adj.) level, even; calm; equal, just; favorable [equation, equivalent, equilibrium]
aequus, aequa, aequum
fair, calm
aestas
summer
aetas
period of life, age, an age, time [eternal]
aetatis suae
of his age
aeternus, aeterna, aeternum
eternal
affectus, affecta, affectum
overcome, struck
afficio, afficere, affeci, affectus
affect
affidavit
he asserted (from fides=faith)
affligo, affligere, afflixi, afflictus
afflict, hurt
age quod agis
do what you are doing (with attention)
age!
come on!
agellus, agelli, m.
small plot of land
ager
field
agere sequitur credere
action follows belief
agger, aggeris, m.
ramp, mound of earth
aggressus, aggressa, aggressum
having attacked
agit: egit
does, acts
agitans, agitans, agitans, gen. agitanis
chasing, hunting
agitat: agitavit
chases, hunts
agito
drive, urge, move about
agmen, agminis, n.
column (of people), procession
agnoscit: agnovit
recognizes
agnosco, agnoscere, agnovi, agnitus
recognize
agnus, agni, m.
lamb
ago
do, act
agricola
farmer
ait
(irreg.) he says, they say, assert (or aiunt) [adage]
ala, alae, f.
wing
alacriter
eagerly
alea iacta est
the die has been cast
alea, aleae, f.
dice
alii ... alii
some ... others
aliquando
sometimes
aliqui, aliquae, aliqua
some
aliquid
someone, something
aliquid miri
something extraordinary
aliquis
aliquid (pro n.) someone, somebody, something
alis volat propriis
she flies with her own wings
aliunde
from another person/place, from elsewhere/a different source/cause
alius
other, another
alo
{3} alere, alui, altum (v.) to nourish, support, sustain, increase, cherish [alimony]
alter ... alter
one ... the other
alter, altera, alterum
the other, the second
altus, alta, altum
high, deep
alumnus
slave (aquired very young)
amabo te
(idiom) used as please, but literally translated as "I will love you"
amarus, amara, amarum
bitter
Amat victoria curam
Victory favors care
ambo, ambae, ambo
both
ambulat: ambulavit
walks
ambulo
walk
amens, amens, amens, gen. amentis
out of one's mind, in a frenzy
amica
friend
amicissimus
very friendly, a very good friend
amicitia
friendship
amicus
amica, amicum (adj.) friendly [amicable, amiable]
amicus
friend
amittit: amisit
loses
amitto
lose
amo
love, like
amor et melle et felle est fecundissimus
love is rich with both honey and venom
amor omnibus idem
love is the same for all
amphora, amphorae, f.
wine-jar
amplector, amplecti, amplexus sum
embrace
amplexus, amplexa, amplexum
having embraced
amplissimus, amplissima, amplissimum
very great
amputo, amputare, amputavi, amputatus
cut off
an
or
ancilla
slave-girl, slave-woman
anguis in herba
snake in the grass
angulus, anguli, m.
corner
angustus, angusta, angustum
narrow
anima
{1} animae, f. (n.) soul, spirit [animation, inanimate]
animadverto, animadvertere, animadverti, animadversus
notice, take notice of
animum recipere
recover consciousness
animus
spirit, soul, mind
Annuit cœptis
He nods at things being begun (approves our undertakings)
annus
year
ante
(adv.) before, in front of; previously
antea
before
antepono
to put before, prefer
anulus
ring
anus, anus, f.
old woman
aperio, aperire, aperui
open
aperit: aperuit
opens
aperte
openly
appareo, apparere, apparui
appear
apparet: apparuit
appears, is apparent
appello
call, call out to
appropinquo, appropinquare, appropinquavi (+DAT)
approach, come near to
aptus, apta, aptum
suitable
apud
among, at the house of
aqua
water
aquila non capit muscas
an eagle doesn't catch flies (important person doesn't deal with insignificant issues)
aquila, aquilae, f.
eagle
ara, arae, f.
altar
aranea, araneae, f.
spider, spider's web
arare litus
to plough the seashore (wasted labour)
arbiter, arbitri, m.
expert, judge
arbitrio suo
on his own authority
arbitror
to judge, think [arbiter, arbitrary]
arbor
{3} arboris, f. (n.) tree
arca, arcae, f.
strong-box, chest
Arcana imperii
Invisible power
arcesso, arcessere, arcessivi, arcessitus
summon, send for
ardeo, ardere, arsi
burn, be on fire
ardet: arsit
burns, is on fire
ardor, ardoris, m.
spirit, enthusiasm
area, areae, f.
courtyard, construction site
argentarius
banker
argenteus, agentea, argenteum
made of silver
arguendo
for arguing (for the sake of agument)
argumentum
proof, evidence
arma
arms, weapons
armarium, armarii, n.
chest, cupboard
armatus, armata, armatum
armed
ars
art, skill
ars [est] celare artem
art [is] to conceal art (look natural)
artifex, artificis, m.
artist, craftsman
arx
{3i} arcis, f. (n.) citadel, stronghold
ascendo, ascendere, ascendi
climb, rise
asinus
ass, donkey
asinus asinum fricat
the jackass rubs the jackass
asper
rough, harsh [exasperation]
assidue
continually
at
but
ater: atrum
black
atque
ac (conj.) and, and also, and even
atrium
atrium, reception hall
attontius
astonished
auctor
creator, originator, person responsible
auctor: auctorem
creator
auctoritas, auctoritatis, f.
authority
audacia, audaciae, f.
boldness, audacity
audacissime
very boldly
audacter
boldly
audacter calumniare, semper aliquid haeret
slander boldly, something always sticks (Bacon)
audax, audax, audax, gen. audacis
bold, daring
audeamus
let us dare
audentes fortuna iuvat
fortune favors the bold
audeo
dare
audere est facere
to dare is to do
audio
hear, listen to
aufero, auferre, abstuli, ablatus
take away, steal
augeo, augere, auxi, auctus
increase
aula, aulae, f.
palace
aurae
air
auratus, aurata, auratum
gilded, gold-plated
aurea mediocritas
golden mean
aureus, aurea, aureum
golden, made of gold
aureus, aurei, m.
gold coin, gold piece
auris
ear
ausim
I would dare
aut
(conj.) aut (aut...aut: either or)
aut Caesar aut nihil
either Caesar or nothing
aut concilio aut ense
either by meeting or the sword
aut viam inveniam aut faciam
I will either find a way or make one (Hannibal)
autem
however, but
auxilium
help
avarus
miserly, stingy
ave atque vale
hail and farewell
avia, aviae, f.
grandmother
avide
eagerly
avidus, avida, avidum
eager
avis, avis, f.
bird
babae!
hey!
balneum, balnei, n.
bath
barba
beard
barba tenus sapientes
wise as far as the beard (in appearance only)
basilica
lawcourt, commercia, exchange; great hall (of a military camp)
basium
{2} basii, n. (n.) kiss
beati pauperes spiritu
Blessed in spirit [are] the poor.
beatus
beata, beatum (adj.) happy, fortunate, blessed
bella gerant alii
let others wage war
bellum
war
bellum gerere
wage war, campaign
bellum se ipsum alet
war feeds itself
bellus
) pretty, handsome, charming [beauty, embellish, belle]
bene
well
bene
(adv.) well, satisfactorily, quite [benediction, benefit, benevolent]
bene merens
well deservinv, deserving kindness
beneficium, beneficii, n.
act of kindness, favor
benigne
kindly
benignitas, benignitatis f.
kindness
bestia
wild animal, beast
bestiarius
a gladiator who fights animals, beast-fighter
bibit: bibit
drinks
bibo
drink
bis dat qui cito dat
he gives twice, who gives promptly
blanditaiae, blanditiarum, f. pl.
flatteries
blandus, blanda, blandum
flattering, charming, enticing
bona, bonorum, n. pl.
goods
bonus
good
bracchium, bracchii, n.
arm
brevis
short, brief
caballus, caballi, m.
nag, horse
cachinnans, cachinnans, cachinnans, gen. cachinnantis
laughing, cackling
cachinno, cachinnare, cachinnavi
laugh, cackle
cacoethes scribendi
insatiable (pathological) desire to write
cadit quaestio
the question falls (argument collapses)
cado
fall
caecus
blind
caedo, caedere, cecidi, caesus
kill
caelum
sky, heaven
Caelum non animum mutant qui trans mare currunt
Those who hurry cross the sea change the sky, not their souls or state of mind
caeruleus, caerulea, caeruleum
blue
caesus, caesa, caesum
killed
calceus, calcei
shoe
calco, calcare, calcavi
step on
calliditas, calliditatis, f.
cleverness, shrewdness
callidus
clever, smart
campus, campi, m.
plain, field
candidus
dazzling white
canis canem edit
dog eats dog (each man for himself)
canis: canem
dog
cantans, cantans, cantans, gen. cantantis
singing, chanting
cantat: cantavit
sings
canto, cantare, cantavi
sing, chant
capilli, capillorum, m. pl.
hair
capio
take, catch, capture
captus, capta, captum
taken, caught, captured
caput
head
caput inter nubila
head in the clouds
carcer, carceris, m.
prison
careo
) to be without, be deprived of, want, lack; be free from (takes abl. of separation) [caret]
carmen
song
carnifex, carnificis, m.
executioner
carpo
to harvest, pluck, seize [excerpt]
carus
dear
casa
small house, cottage
castellum, castelli, n.
fort
castigo, castigatre, castigavi
scold, nag
castra, castrorum, n. pl.
military camp
casus, casus, m.
misfortune
catena, catenae, f.
chain
caudex, caudicis, m.
blockhead, idiot
causa
reason, cause
causa latet, vis est notissima
The cause is hidden, but the result is well known.
caute
cautiously
caveat emptor
let the buyer beware
caveo, cavere, cavi
beware
cecidi
chop, strike
cedo
give in, yield
celebrat: celebravit
celebrates
celebro, celebrare, celebravi
celebrate
celer
quick, fast
celeriter
quickly
celerius quam asparagi cocuntur
faster than cooking asparagus
celerrime
very quickly
celerrimus, celerrima, celerrimum
very fast
cella, cellae, f.
cell, sanctuary
celo, celare, celavi
hide
cena
dinner
cenat: cenavit
eats dinner, dines
ceno
eat dinner, dine
censeo
think/suppose; count/reckon; assess
centum
a hundred
cepi
SEE capio
cepit
took, has taken
cera
wax, wax tablet
ceratus, cerata, ceratum
wax, made of wax
cerno
{3} cernere, crevi, cretum (v.) to distinguish, discern, perceive [discernible, discretion]
certamen navale
boat race
certamen, certaminis, n.
struggle, contest, fight
certe
certainly
certo, certare, certavi
complete
certus
certain, infallible
cessi
SEE cedo (yield)
ceteri
the others, the rest
cibus
food
cinis
ashes
circinus
pair of compasses
circiter (+ACC)
about
circulus, circuli, m.
hoop
circum (+ACC)
around
circumspectat: circumspectavit
looks around
circumspecto, circumspectare, circumspectavi
look around
circumvenio, circumvenire, circumveni, circumventus
surround
circus, circi, m.
circus, stadium
cito
(adv.) quickly [excite]
civis
citizen
civitas
{3} civitatis, f. (n.) state, citizenship [city]
clades, cladis, f.
disaster
clam
secretly, in private
clamans, clamans, clamans, gen. clamantis
shouting
clamat: clamavit
shouts
clamor, clamoris, m.
shout, uproar, racket
clamor: clamorem
shout, uproar
clarus
famous, ditinguished
claudico, claudicare, claudicavi
be lame
claudit: clausit
shuts, closes
claudo, claudere, clausi, clausus
shut, close, block
clausus
closed
cleat: cleavit
hides
clemens, clemens, clemens, gen. clementis
merciful
clementia
{1} clementiae, f. (n.) mildness, gentleness, mercy [clemency, inclement]
cloaca, cloacae, f.
drain
coepi
I began
coepisse
began
cogitat: cogitavit
considers
cognosco
find out, get to know
cogo
to drive together, bring together, force, compel [cogent, coactive]
collectus, collecta, collectum
gathered, assembled
collegium, collegii, n.
guild, association of craftsmen
colligo, colligere, collegi
gtather, collect, assemble
colligo, colligere, collegi, collectus
gather, collect, assemble
colloco, collocare, collocavi, collocatus
place, put
colloquium, colloquii, n.
talk, chat
colo, colere, colui, cultus
seek favor of, make friends with
colonia, coloniae, f.
town (settled by Roman army veterans)
columba
dove, pigeon
columna, columnae, f.
pillar
comes, comitis, m. f.
comrade, companion
comis, comis, come
polite, courteous, friendly
comitans, comitans, comitans, gen. comitantis
accompanying
comiter
politely, courteously
comitor, comitari, comitatus sum
accompany
commeatus, commeatus, m.
(military) leave
commemoro, commemorare, commemoravi, commemoratus
talk about, mention, recall
commendo, commendare, commendavi, commendatus
recommend
committit: commisit
begins
committo
commit, begin
commodus, commoda, commodum
convenient
commotus
moved, upset, affected, alarmed, excited, distressed
communis
common, general, of the community, for the community [commune, communal, excommunicate]
comparo, comparare, comparavi
obtain
compitum, compiti, n.
crossroads
compleo, complere, comlevi, completus
fill
complet: complevit
fills
compluvium
compluvium, opening in the roof for air, light, rain
compono, componere, composui, compositus
put together, arrange, mix, make up
compositus, composita, compositum
composed, steady
comprehendit: comprehendit
arrests
comprehendo
arrest, seize
conatus, conata, conatum
having tried
concilio, conciliare, conciliavi, conciliatus
win over, gain
conclave, conclavis, n.
room
concrepo, concrepare, concrepui
snap
conditio
agreement/contract; creating/creation
condo
to put together, put into, store; found, establish [abscond]
conducit
is of use, conducive
conduco, conducere, conduxi, conductus
hire
confectus, confecta, confectum
finished
confero
{3} conferre, contuli, collatum (v.) to bring together, compare; confer, bestow (se conferre: betake onself, go) [conference]
conficio
finish
conficit: confecit
finishes
confido, confidere (+DAT)
trust
confisus, confisa, confisum (+DAT)
having trusted, having put trust in
conicio, conicere, conieci, coniectus
hurl, throw
coniungo, coniungere, coniunxi
join
coniunx
spouse
coniurati
conspirators (always plural) [conspiracy]
coniuratio, coniurationis, f.
plot, conspiracy
coniuro, coniurare, coniuravi
plot, conspire
conor
try
conquo, conquere, coxi, coctus
cook
conscendo, conscendere, conscendi
dedicate
conscisco, consciscere, conscivi
inflict
consentio, consentire, consensi
agree
consero, conserere, conserui
stitich
conservo
{1} conservare, conservavi, conservatum (v.) a stronger form of servo, to preserve, conserve, maintain [conservative, conservation]
consido, considere, consedi
sit down
consilium
plan, idea, advice
consilium capere
make a plan, have an idea
consilium capit
makes a plan, has a idea
consisto, consistere, constiti
stand one's ground, stand firm, halt, stop
conspectus, conspectus, m.
sight
conspicatus, conspicata, conspicatum
having caught sight of
conspicit: conspexit
catches sight of
conspicuus, conspicua, conspicuum
conspicuous, easily seen
constituo, constituere, constitui, constitutus
decide
consto
agree, correspond; be dependent/based upon
consulo, consulere, consului, consultus
consult
consumit: consumpsit
eats
consumo
eat
contemno
reject, despise
contendit: contendit
hurries
contendo
hurry
contentio, contentionis, f.
tension, argument
contentus
satisfied
contineo
contain
contio, contionis, f.
speech
contra
against
contra
(prep.) against (+ acc) [contrast, contradict]
contrarius, contraria, contrarium
opposite
contumelia, contemeliae, f.
insult, abuse
contundo
to beat, crush, bruise, destroy [contusion]
convalesco, convalescere, convalui
get better, recover
convenio, convenire, conveni
come together, gather, meet
convenit: convenit
gathers, meets
converto, convertere, converti, conversus
turn
convertor, converti, conversus sum
turn
convincit: convicit
convicts, finds guilty
conviva, convivae, m.
guest
convolvo, convolvere, convolvi, convolutus
entangle
copia
abundance, supply; (plural) supplies, troops, forces [copious, cornucopia]
coquus
cook
cornu
{4} cornus, n. (n.) horn [cornet, cornucopia, unicorn]
corona, coronae, f.
garland, wreath
corpus
body
corrumpo, corrumpere, corrupi, corruptus
corrupt
corruptio optimi pessima
the corruption of the best is the worst
cotidie
every day
cras
(adv.) tomorrow [procrastinate]
cras amet qui nunquam amavit; quique amavit, cras amet
May he love tomorrow who has never loved before; And may he who has loved, love tomorrow as well
crassus
thick/deep; rude, coarse; stupid, crass/insensitive
credit: credidit
trusts, believes, has faith in (+DATIVE)
credo
trust, believe, have faith in
creo
make, create
cresco
{2} crescere, revi, cretum (v.) to increase [crescent, increase, accrue]
crimen, criminis, n.
charge
crines: crines
hair
croceus, crocea, croceum
yellow
crudelis, crudelis, crudele
cruel
cruentus, cruenta, cruentum
bloody, blood-stained
crux, crucis, f.
cross
cubiculum
bedroom
cucurri
SEE curro
cucurrit
ran, has run
cui
which (DAT.)
cui
who (rel. pron. DAT)
cuius
who (rel. pron. GEN)
cuiusvis hominis est errare, nullius nisi insipientis in errore perseverare.
Anyone can err, but only the fool persists in his fault
culina
kitchen
culpa
{1} culpae, f. (n.) fault, blame [culpable, culprit]
culpo
blame
culter, cultri, m.
knife
cum
(conj.) [with subj.] when, since, although; [with indic.] when
cum
with (+ abl.)
cum ... tum
not only ... but also
cum hoc ergo propter hoc
with this, therefore on account of this (correlation => causation)
cumulo, cumulare, cumulavi, cumulatus
heap
cumulus, cumuli, m.
pile, heap
cupiditas
{3} cupiditatis, f. (n.) desire, longing, passion, cupidity, avarice
cupido
{3} cupidinis, f. (n.) desire, passion
cupidus
cupida, cupidum (adj.) desirous, eager, fond; (with gen.) desirous of, eager for
cupio
want
cupit: cupivit
wants
cur
(adv.) why
cur
why?
cura
care
curae esse
be a matter of concern
curat: curavit
takes care of
curo
take care of, supervise
currens, currens, currens, gen. currentis
running
currit: cucurrit
runs
curro
run
currus, currus, m.
chariot
cursus
course
custodio, custodire, custodivi, custoditus
guard
custodit: custodivit
guards
custos, custodis, m.
guard
cutis, cutis, f.
skin
damno, damnare, damnavi, damnatus
condemn
dare
SEE do
dat: dedit
gives
data venia
"with due respect" or "given the excuse"
de
from, down from; about
de omni re scibili et quibusdam aliis
about every knowable thing, and even certain other things
de omnibus dubitandum
doubt everything
dea
goddess
debeo
owe, ought, should, must
debet: debuit
owes
decem
ten
decerno
to decide, settle, decree
decet, decere, decuit
be proper
decidit: decidit
falls down
decido, decidere, decidi
fall down
decimus
decima, decimum (ord.) tenth
decipio, decipere, decepi, deceptus
deceive, trick
decorus, decora, decorum
right, proper
dedico, dedicare, dedicavi, dedicatus
dedicate
dedit
gave, has given
deduco, deducere, deduxi, deductus
escort
defessus, defessa, defessum
exhausted, tired out
defigo, defigere, defixi, defixus
fix
defixio, defixionis, f.
curse
dehinc
(adv.) then
deicio, deicere, deieci
throw down, throw
deiecit
threw down
deiectus, deiecta, deiectum
disappointed, downcast
deinde
then
delectat: delectavit
delights, pleases
delecto
delight, please
deleo
destroy
deliciae
darling
deligatus, deligata, deligatum
tied up, moored
deligo
choose
deligo, deligare, deligavi
bind, tie, tie up
demitto, demittere, demisi, demissus
let down, lower
demonstro
point out, show
demoveo, demovere, demovi, demotus
dismiss, move out of
demum
at last
denique
at last, finally
dens, dentis, m.
tooth, tusk
densus
thick
denuntio, denuntiare, denuntiavi, denuntiatus
denounce, reveal
depello, depellere, depuli, depulsus
drive off, push down
deplorans, deplorans, deplorans, gen. deplorantis
complaining about
deponit: deposuit
puts down, takes off
depono, deponere, deposui, depositus
put down, take off
depromo, depromere, deprompsi, depromptus
bring out
derideo, deridere, derisi, derisus
mock, make fun of
descendit: descendit
comes down
desero, deserere, deserui, desertus
desert
desidero
v.) to desire, long for, miss [desire]
desilio, desilire, desilui
jump down
desino, desinere
end, cease
desistit: destitit
stops
desisto, desistere, destiti
stop
desperat: desperavit
despairs
despicio, despicere, despexi
look down
destino, destinare, destinavi, destinatus
intend
destringo, destingere, destrinxi, destrictus
draw out, draw (a sword), pull out
detestor, detestari, detestatus sum
curse
detraho, detrahere, detraxi, detractus
pull down
deus
god
devoro, devorare, devoravi, devoratus
devour, eat up
dexter
right
di immortales!
heavens above!
diabolus, diaboli, m.
devil
dicit: dixit
says
dico
say
dictatum erat
as previously stated
dies
day
dies festus, diei festi, m.
festival, holiday
dies natalis, diei natalis, m.
birthday
diffisus, diffisa, diffisum (+DAT)
having distrusted
digitus
finger
dignitas, dignitatis, f.
dignity
dignus
worthy, appropriate
dilanio, dilaniare, dilaniavi, dilaniatus
tear to pieces
diligenter
carefully
diligentia, diligentiae, f.
industry, hard work
diligo
be fond of
dimitto, dimittere, dimisi, dimissus
send away, dismiss
diploma, diplomatis, n.
government warrant, travel pass
direptus, direpta, direptum
torn apart, ransacked
dirigo, dirigere, direxi, directus
steer
diripio, diripere, diripui
tear apart, ransack
dirus, dira, dirum
dreadful, awful
dis aliter visum
the gods saw it otherwise (re: human plans failing)
dis manibus
to the spirits of the departed (DM)
disce quasi semper victurus vive quasi cras moriturus
Learn as if always going to live; live as if tomorrow going to die.
discedit: discessit
departs, leaves
discedo
depart, leave
discipula
{1} discipulae, f. (n.) learner, pupil, student [disciple, discipline]
discipulus
learner, pupil, student
discit: didicit
learns
disco
learn
discrimen, discriminis, n.
crisis
disseco, dissecare, dissecui
cut up
dissentio, dissentire, dissensi
disagree, argue
dissimulo, dissimulare, dissimulavi, dissimulatus
conceal, hide
distribuo, distribuere, distribui, distributus
distribute
ditissimus, ditissima, ditissimum
very rich
diu
(adv.) for a long time
diu
for a long time
diutius
any longer, for too long
dives
rich
divitiae
riches
divus, diva, divum
divine
dixit
Said (used to attribute a statement or opinion to its author, rather than the speaker)
dixitque Deus fiat lux et facta est lux
and God said, 'Let light be made', and light was made.
do
give
docendo discitur
It is learned by teaching (One learns by teaching)
doceo
teach
docet: docuit
teaches
doctus
educated, learned, skillful
doleo
hurt, be in pain
dolet: doluit
hurts, is in pain
dolor
pain, grief
dolus, doli, m.
trickery
domi
at home
domina
lady (of the house), mistress
dominus
master (of the house)
domum redire
return home
domum redire
return home
domus
home
domus urbana
(luxurious) city house
donis corrumpere
bribe
donum
present, gift
dormiens, dormiens, dormiens, gen. dormientis
sleeping
dormio
sleep
dormit: dormivit
sleeps
dubito
be doubtful, hesitate
dubium
doubt
ducenti, ducentae, ducenta
two hundred
duco
lead
dulce et utile
a sweet and useful thing (Horace, Ars Poetica)
dulcis
sweet
dum
(conj.) while
dum spiro spero
while I breathe, I hope
dum vivimus, vivamus
While we live, let us live!
dummodo
(conj.) (with subj.) provided that, so long as
duo
two
duodecim
(card.) twelve
duodecimus
duodecima, duodecium (ord.) twelfth
duodeviginti
(card.) eighteen (literally two from twenty)
durus
harsh, hard
dux
{3} ducis, m. (n.) leader, guide; commander, general [duke, duchess]
Eadem mutata resurgo
[although] changed, I arise the same
eam
her
eas
them
ebrius
drunk
Ecce Homo
Behold the Man
ecce!
see! look!
edit: edidit
presents
edo, edere, edi, esus
eat
edo, edere, edidi, editus
put on, present
effero, effere, extuli, exatus
bring out, carry out
efficio, efficere, effeci, effectus
carry out, accomplish
effigies, effigiei, f.
image, statue
effluo, effluere, effluxi
pour out, flow out
effodio, effodere, effodi
dig
effringo, effringere, effregi, effractus
break down
effugio, effugere, effugi
pour out
effugit: effugit
escapes
egeo
to need, lack, want [indigent]
egi
SEE ago (do)
ego
I (NOM)
ego non
not I ("Even if all others... I will not.")
ego, mei
I, me
egredior
{3i} egredi, egressus sum (v.) to go out [gradient, progress]
egredior, egredi, egressus sum
go out
egressus egressa, egressum
having left
ehem
well, well!
eheu fugaces labuntur anni
Alas, the fleeting years slip by
eheu!
alas! oh dear!
ei
to him, to her, to it
eicio
to throw out, drive out [eject, trajectory]
eis
to them, for them
eius
his, her, its
eiusmodi
of that kind
elabor, elabi, elapsus sum
escape
elapsus elapsa elapsum
having escaped
elatus, elata, elatum
thrilled, excited
elicio, elicere, elicui, elicitus
lure, entice
eligit: elegit
chooses
eligo, eligere, elegi
choose
eludo, eludere, eludi, elusus
slip past, trick, outwit
emit: emit
buys
emitto, emittere, emisi, emissus
throw, send out
emo, emere, emi, emptus
buy
emoveo, emovere, emovi, emotus
move, clear away, remove
emporium, emporii, n.
market
en iustitia!
so this is justice!
en!
look!
enim
(conj.) for, in fact, truly (postpositive)
entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem
entities must not be multiplied beyond necessity
eo, ire, ii
go
eos
them
epistula
letter
epulae, epularum, f. pl.
dishes, banquet
equito, equitare, equitavi
ride (a horse)
equus
horse
eradit: erasit
erases
eram
I was
eram
SEE sum
eramus
we were
erant
they were
eras
you were
erat
was
erat
it was
eratis
you were (pl.)
erga
(prep.) toward (takes accusative)
ergo
therefore
erimus
we will be
eripio
{3i) eripere, eripui, ereptum (v.) to snatch away, take away; rescue
eris
you will be
erit
it will be
eritis
you will be (pl.)
ero
I will be
erro
make a mistake
erubescens
blushing
erubesco, erubescere, erubui
blush
erumpo, erumpere, erupi
break away
erunt
they will be
es
you are
est
it is
est
is
estis
you are (pl.)
esto perpetua
may it be perpetual
esto!
be!
esurit
is hungry
et hoc genus omne
And all that sort of thing
etiam
even, also
etsi
(conj.) even if, although
euge
hurrah!
eum
him, it
evanescit: evanuit
vanishes
evangelium, evangelii, n.
good news, gospel
evello
pull out, root out
eventus, eventus, m.
outcome
everto, evertere, everti
overturn
evitat: evitavit
avoids
evolat: evolavit
flies
ex nihilo nihil fit
nothing comes from nothing
ex oriente lux
light from the east
ex ungue leonem
the lion by its claw
ex, e
(prep.) out of, from, from within; by reason of, on account of (takes ablative)
ex, e (+ABL)
from, out of
exanimatus
unconscious
excipio
to take out, except; take, receive, capture [exception]
excitat: excitavit
arouses, wakes up
excito, excitare, excitavi
arouse, wake up
exclamat: exclamavit
exclaims, shouts
excogito
think out; devise, invent
excrucio, excruciare, excruciavi, excruciatus
torture, torment
excudo, excudere, excudi, excusus
forge, hammer out
exempli gratia
for the sake of example
exemplum, exempli, n.
example
exeo
go out
exerceo, exercere, exercui
exercise
exercitus
army
exigo
to drive out, force out, exact; drive through, complete, perfect [exigency]
exilium, exilii, n.
exile
existimo, existimare, existimavi, existimatus
think, consider
exit: exiit
goes out
exitium
ruin, destruction
expeditus
lightly armed
experior
to try, test, experience
expirat: expiravit
dies
expleo
to fill, fill up, complete [replete, deplete]
explicat: explicavit
explains
explicio
explain
explorator, exlporatoris, m.
scout, spy
expono
{3} exponere, exposui, expositum (v.) to set forth, explain, expose [exposition, expound]
exprimo
squeeze, press out; imitate, copy; pronounce, express
expugno, expugnare, expugnavi, expugnatus
storm, take by storm
exquisitus, exquisita, exquisitum
special
exsilium
{2} exsilii, n. (n.) exile, banishment
exspectat: exspectavit
waits for
exspectatus, exspectata, exspectatum
welcome
exspecto
wait for
exstinguo, exstinguere, exstinxi, exstinctus
extinguish, put out, destroy
exstruo, exstruere, exstruxi, exstructus
build
exsulto, exsultare, exultavi
exult, be triumphant
exta, extorum, n. pl.
entrails
extorqueo, extorquere, extorsi, extortus
take by force, extort
extra (+ACC)
outside
extrahit: extraxit
pulls out
extrema pars
edge
extuli
SEE effero
exuo, exuere, exui, exutus
take off
faber, fabri, m.
craftsman
fabula
play, story
fabulam agere
act in a play
fabulam dat
puts on a play
fac simile
make a similar thing
facile
easily
facilis
facile (adj.) easy, agreeable [facile, facilitate]
facinus, facinoris, n.
crime
facio
make, do
facit: fecit
makes, does
factio, factionis, f.
(racing) team
factus sum
I became
fallo, fallere, fefelli, falsus
deceive
falsum, falsi, n.
lie
fama
rumor, report; fame, reputation [famous, defame, infamy]
fames, famis, f.
hunger
familiaris, familiaris, m.
relative, relation, close friend
familiariter
closely, intimately
fascia, fasciae, f.
bandage
fateor
to confess, admit [confess, profess]
fatigo
to weary, tire out
fatum
fate, death [fatality]
fauces
passage, entranceway
fautor: fautorem
supporter
faveo, favere, favi
favor, support
favet: favit
favors, supports (+DATIVE)
fax, facis, f.
torch
feci
SEE facio (do)
fecit
made, did
feles, felis, f.
cat
feliciter
(adv.) happily
felix
lucky, happy
felix qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas
happy is he who can discover the causes of things (Virgil)
femina
woman
femur, femoris, n.
thigh
fenestra
window
fere libenter homines id quod volunt credunt
generally, men believe what they want to
feres
heir
feriae, feriarum, f. pl.
festival
fero
bring, bear
fero
bring
ferociter
fiercely
ferox
fierce, ferocious
ferrarius, ferrarii, m.
blacksmith
ferrum
iron, sword
fervens, fervens, fervens, gen. ferventis
boiling
fessus, fessa, fessum
tired
festinat: festinavit
hurries
festino, festinare, festinavi
hurry
festus, festa, festum
festive, holiday
fibula, fibulae, f.
brooch
ficta voluptatis causa sint proxima veris
fictions meant to please should approximate the truth (Horace, Ars Poetica)
fidelis
faithful, loyal
fideliter
faithfully, loyally