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radix, -icis (f)

root, foot (of hill)

raeda, -ae (f)

coach, carriage

rapio (3), -ui, raptum

to seize

rarus, -a, -um

rare, thinly scattered

ratio, -onis (f)

plan, method

ratis, is (f)

raft, ship

ratus

thinking (see reor)

raucus, -a, -um

hoarse

receptus, -us (m)

retreat

recipio (3), -cepi, -cetum

to take back, receive

se recipere

to retreat, withdraw

recte

rightly (in moral sense)

recupero (1)

to recover

reddo (3), -didi, -ditum

to give back, return

redeo, -ire, -ii, -itum

to go back, return

redimo (3), -emi, -emptum

to buy back, ransom

refectorium, -i (n)

refectory, dining hall

refero, -ferre, rettuli, relatum

to bring back, recall

pedem referre

to retreat, withdraw

regalis, -is, -e

kingly, royal

regia, -ae (f)

palace

regina, -ae (f)

queen

regio, -onis (f)

region, district

regius, -a, -um

royal

regno (1)

to rule, reign

regnum, -i (n)

kingdom

regredior (3), -gressus sum

to go back, return

religio, -onis (f)

religious belief, scrupl(s),


respect for the gods

relinquo (3), -liqui, -lictum

to leave

reliquus, -a, -um

remaining, rest of

remaneo (2) -mansi, -mansum

to stay behind, remain

Remi, -orum (m.pl)

Remi (Gallic tribe near Rheims, in France)

remitto (3), -misi, -missum

to send back

renuntio (1)

to report

reor (2) ratus sum

to think

repello (3), reppuli, repulsum

to drive back, beat back

repente

suddenly

repeto (3) -ivi, -itum

seek again, revive

reporto (1)

to bring back

reprehendo (3), -di, -sum

to scold, blame

res, rei (f)

thing, matter, situation

rem bene gerere

to be successful

res frumentaria

corn supply

res gestae

achievements

res novae

revolution

resisto (3), -stiti (+ dat)

to resist

resolvo (3), -solvi, -solutum

to unfasten, release

respicio (3), - spexi, -spectum

to look back, look

respondeo (2), -di, -sum (+ dat)

to reply

respublico, reipublicae (f)

the state, the republic, country

resumo (3), -sumpsi, -sumptum

to take back

rete, -is (n)

net

retineo (2)

to hold back

revenio (4), -veni, -ventum

to come back, to return

revera

really, in actual fact

reverto (3), -verti, -versum


(perfect participle reversus)

to return

revertor (3), reversus sum

to return

reviso (3)

to go back to

revoco (1)

to call back, recall

rex, regis (m)

king

Rhenus, -i (m)

River Rhine

Rhodanus, -i (m)

River Rhone

rideo (2), risi, risum

to laugh, smile

ripa, -ae (f)

bank (of river)

risus, -us (m)

laugh, smile

rogo (1)

to ask

Roma, -ae (f)

Rome

Romanus, -a, -um

Roman


Romulus, -i (m)

Romulus (founder and first king of Rome)

rostrum, -i (n)

speakers' platform

rotundus, -a, -um

round

Rubico, -onis (m)

River Rubicon (in north of Italy)

rufus, -a, -um

red

ruga, -ae (f)

wrinkle

ruina, -ae (f)

ruin, downfall

rumor, -oris (m)

rumour, gossip, talk

rumpo (3), rupi, ruptum

to burst, break

rursus

again

rus, ruris (n)

country(side)



ruri

inb the country