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wheelock latin

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me   me, myself  
quid   what  
nihil, n.   nothing  
non   not  
saepe   often  
si   if  
amo, amare, amavi, amatum   to love, like (amabo te: please (I will love you))  
cogito, cogitare, cogitavi, cogitatum   to think, ponder, consider, plan  
debeo, debere, debui, debitum   to owe; ought, must  
do, dare, dedi, datum   to give, offer  
erro, errare, erravi, erratum   to wander, err, go astray, be mistaken  
laudo, laudare, laudavi, laudatum   to praise  
moneo, monere, monui, monitum   to remind, advise, warn  
salveo, salvere, -, -   to be well, be in good health (salve and salvete: hello)  
servo, servare, servavi, servatum   to preserve, save, keep, guard  
conservo, conservare, conservavi, conservatum   to preserve, conserve, maintain (stronger than servo)  
terreo, terrere, terrui, territum   to frighten, terrify  
valeo, valere, valui, valiturum   to be strong, have power; be well (vale and valete: good-bye, farewell)  
video, videre, vidi, visum   to see; observe, understand  
voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatum   to call, summon  
fama, -ae, f.   rumour, report; fame, reputation  
forma, -ae, f.   form, shape; beauty  
fortuna, -ae, f.   fortune, luck  
ira, -ae, f.   ire, anger  
nauta, -ae, m.   sailor  
patria, -ae, f.   fatherland, native land, (one's) country  
pecunia, -ae, f.   money  
philosophia, -ae, f.   philosophy (Greek philosophia: love of wisdom)  
poena, -ae, f.   penalty, punishment (idiom, poenas dare: to pay the penalty)  
poeta, -ae, m.   poet  
porta, -ae, f.   gate, entrance  
puella, -ae, f.   girl  
rosa, -ae, f.   rose  
sententia, -ae, f.   feeling, thought, opinion, vote, sentence  
vita, -ae, f.   life; mode of life  
antiquus, -a, -um   ancient, old-time  
magnus, -a, -um   large, great, important  
meus, -a, -um   my  
multus, -a, -um   much, many  
tuus, -a, -um   your (used when speaking to one person)  
et   And (et...et: both...and)  
sed   But  
O   O!, Oh! (commonly used with the vocative)  
sine   without (takes ablative)  
ager, agri, m.   field, farm  
agricola, -ae, m. farmer    
amica, -ae, f. friend    
amicus, -i, m. friend    
femina, -ae, f. woman    
filia, -ae, f. daughter (dative and ablative plural, filiabus)    
filius, -ii, m. Son    
numerus, -i, m. number    
populus, -i, m. The people, a people, a nation    
puer, pueri, m. boy; boys, children    
sapientia, -ae, f. wisdom    
vir, viri, m. man, hero    
avarus, -a, -um greedy, avaricious    
pauci, -ae, -a Few, a few (usually plural)    
Romanus, -a, -um Roman    
de down from, from; concerning, about (takes ablative)    
in (+ abl.) in, on (takes ablative)    
hodie today    
semper always    
habeo, habere, habui, habitum to have, hold, possess, consider, regard    
satio, satiare, satiavi, satiatum to satisfy, sate    
basium, -ii, n. kiss    
bellum, -i, n. war    
consilium, -ii, n. plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgement, wisdom    
cura, -ae, f. care, attention, caution, anxiety    
donum, -i, n. Gift, present    
exitium, -ii, n. destruction, ruin    
magister, magistri, m. schoolmaster, teacher, master    
magistra, -ae, f. school mistress, teacher, mistress    
mora, -ae, f. delay    
nihil, n. nothing    
oculus, -i, m. Eye    
officium, -ii, n.   duty, service  
otium, -ii, n.   leisure, peace  
periculum, -i, n.   danger, risk  
remedium, -ii, n.   cure, remedy  
bellus, -a, -um   pretty, handsome, charming  
bonus, -a, -um   good, kind  
humanus, -a, -um   pertaining to man, human, humane, kind, refined, cultivated  
malus, -a, -um   Bad, wicked, evil  
parvus, -a, -um   small, little  
stultus, -a, -um   foolish  
stultus, -i, m.   a fool  
verus, -a, -um   true, real, proper  
iuvo, iuvare, iuvi, iutum   to help, aid, assist; to please  
sum, esse, fui, futurum   to be, exist  
adulescentia, -ae, f.   youth, young manhood, youthfulness  
animus, -i, m.   soul, spirit, mind; (plural) high spirits, pride, courage  
caelum, -i, n.   sky, heaven  
culpa, -ae, f.   fault, blame  
gloria, -ae, f.   glory, fame  
verbum, -i, n.   word  
te   you, yourself  
liber, libera, liberum   free  
noster, nostra, nostrum   our, ours  
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum   beautiful, handsome; fine  
sanus, -a, -um   sound, healthy, sane  
igitur   therefore, consequently (postpositive)  
-ne   question (introduces questions the answer to which is uncertain)  
propter   on account of, because of (takes accusative)  
cras   tomorrow  
heri   yesterday  
quando   when (si quando: if ever)  
satis, n.   enough, sufficient (-ly)  
tum   then, at that time; thereupon, in the next place  
ceno, cenare, cenavi, cenatum   to dine  
culpo, culpare, culpavi, culpatum   to blame, censure  
remaneo, remanere, remansi, remansum   to remain, stay behind, abide, continue  
maneo, manere, mansi, mansum   to remain, stay, abide, continue  
supero, superare, superavi, superatum   to be above, have the upper hand, surpass; overcome, conquer  
dea, -ae, f.   goddess  
deus, -i, m.   god  
discipula, -ae, f.   learner, pupil, student  
discipulus, -i, m.   learner, pupil, student  
insidiae, -arum, f.   ambush, plot, treachery (always plural)  
liber, libri, m.   book  
tyrannus, -i, m.   absolute ruler, tyrant  
vitium, -ii, n.   fault, crime, vice  
Graecus, -a, -um   Greek  
Graecus, -i, m.   a Greek  
perpetuus, -a, -um   perpetual, lasting, uninterrupted, continuous  
plenus, -a, -um   full, abundant, generous  
salvus, -a, -um   safe, sound  
secundus, -a, -um   second; favorable  
vester, vestra, vestrum   your, yours  
-que   and (enclitic) (appended to the second of two words to be joined)  
sed   but  
ubi   where, when  
ibi   there  
nunc   now, today, at present  
quare   because of which thing, therefore, wherefore, why  
possum, posse, potui, -   to be able, can, could, have power  
tolero, tolerare, toleravi, toleratum   to bear, endure  
amor, amoris, m.   love  
carmen, carminis, n.   song, poem  
civitas, civitatis, f.   state, citizenship  
corpus, corporis, n.   body  
homo, hominis, m.   human being, man  
labor, laboris, m.   labor, work, toil; a work, production  
littera, -ae, f.   a letter of the alphabet; (plural) a letter, literature  
mos, moris, m.   habit, custom, manner; (plural) habits, character  
nomen, nominis, n.   name  
pax, pacis, f.   peace  
regina, -ae, f.   queen  
rex, regis, m.   king  
tempus, temporis, n.   time; occasion, opportunity  
terra, -ae, f.   earth, ground, land, country  
uxor, uxoris, f.   wife  
virgo, virginis, f.   maiden, virgin  
virtus, virtutis, f.   manliness, courage, excellence, character, worth, virtue  
novus, -a, -um   new; strange  
post   after, behind (takes accusative)  
sub   under, up under, close to (takes ablative with verbs of rest, takes accusative with verbs of motion)  
audeo, audere, ausus sum, -   to dare  
neco, necare, necavi, necatum   to murder, kill  
Cicero, Ciceronis, m.   Cicero  
copia, -ae, f.   abundance, supply; (plural) supplies, troops, forces  
frater, fratris, m.   brother  
laus, laudis, f.   praise, glory, fame  
libertas, libertatis, f.   liberty  
ratio, rationis, f.   reckoning, account; reason, judgement, consideration; system; manner, method  
scriptor, scriptoris, m.   writer, author  
soror, sororis, f.   sister  
victoria, -ae, f.   victory  
dum   while  
ad   to, up to, near to (takes accusative)  
ex, e   out of, from, from within; by reason of, on account of (takes ablative)  
numquam   never  
tamen   nevertheless, still  
ago, agere, egi, actum   to drive, lead, do, act; pass, spend (gratias agere: to give thanks)  
demonstro, demonstrare, demonstravi, demonstratum   to point out, show, demonstrate  
disco, discere, didici, -   to learn  
doceo, docere, docui, doctum   to teach  
duco, ducere, duxi, ductum   to lead; consider, regard; prolong  
gero, gerere, gessi, gestum   to carry, carry on, manage, conduct, accomplish, perform  
scribo, scribere, scripsi, scriptum   to write, compose  
traho, trahere, traxi, tractum   to draw, drag, derive  
vinco, vincere, vici, victum   to conquer, overcome  
locus, -i, m.   place; passage in literature (loca, -orum, n.: places, regions)  
morbus, -i, m.   disease, sickness  
studium, -ii, n.   eagerness, zeal, pursuit, study  
hic, haec, hoc   this; the latter; he, she, it, they  
ille, illa, illud   that; the former; the famous; he, she, it, they  
iste, ista, istud   that of yours, that; such (sometimes with contemptuous force)  
alius, alia, aliud   other, another (alii...alii: some...others)  
alter, altera, alterum   the other (of two), second  
neuter, neutra, neutrum   not either, neither  
nullus, -a, -um   not any, no, none  
solus, -a, -um   alone, only, the only  
totus, -a, -um   whole, entire  
ullus, -a, -um   any  
unus, -a, -um   one, single, alone  
uter, utra, utrum   either, which (of two)  
enim   for, in fact, truly (postpositive)  
in (+ acc.)   into, toward; against (takes accusative or ablative)  
nimis, nimium   too, too much, excessively  
amicitia, -ae, f.   friendship  
cupiditas, cupiditatis, f.   desire, longing, passion, cupidity, avarice  
hora, -ae, f.   hour, time  
natura, -ae, f.   nature  
senectus, senectutis, f.   old age  
timor, timoris, m.   fear  
veritas, veritatis, f.   truth  
via, -ae, f.   way, road, street  
voluptas, voluptatis, f.   pleasure  
beatus, -a, -um   happy, fortunate, blessed  
quoniam   since, inasmuch as  
cum   with (takes ablative)  
audio, audire, audivi, auditum   to hear, listen to  
capio, capere, cepi, captum   to take, capture, seize, get  
dico, dicere, dixi, dictum   to say, tell, speak; name, call  
facio, facere, feci, factum   to make, do, accomplish  
fugio, fugere, fugi, fugitum   to flee, hurry away; go into exile; avoid, shun  
venio, venire, veni, ventum   to come  
invenio, invenire, inveni, inventum   to come upon, find  
vivo, vivere, vixi, victum   to live  
caput, capitis, n.   head; leader; beginning; life; heading; chapter  
consul, consulis, m.   consul  
nemo, neminis, m. or f.   no one, nobody  
ego, mei   I  
tu, tui   you  
is, ea, id   this, that; he, she, it (demonstrative)  
idem, eadem, idem   the same (demonstrative)  
amicus, -a, -um   friendly  
carus, -a, -um   dear  
quod   because  
neque, nec   and not, nor (neque...neque (or nec...nec): neither...nor)  
autem   however; moreover (postpositive)  
bene   well, satisfactorily, quite  
etiam   even  
intellego, intellegere, intellexi, intellectum   to understand  
mitto, mittere, misi, missum   to send, let go  
sentio, sentire, sensi, sensum   to feel, perceive, think, experience  
adulescens, adulescentis, m.   young man  
annus, -i, m.   year  
Asia, -ae, f.   Asia  
Caesar, Caesaris, m.   Caesar  
mater, matris, f.   mother  
medicus, -i, m.   doctor, physician  
medica, -ae, f.   doctor, physician  
pater, patris, m.   father  
patientia, -ae, f.   suffering, patience, endurance  
principium, -ii, n.   beginning  
acerbus, -a, -um   harsh, bitter, grievous  
pro   in front of, before, on behalf of, for the sake of, in return for, instead of, for, as (takes ablative)  
diu   for a long time  
nuper   recently  
amitto, amittere, amisi, amissum   to lose, let go  
cado, cadere, cecidi, casurum   to fall ('casum' is an alternative fourth principal part)  
creo, creare, creavi, creatum   to create  
divitiae, -arum, f.   riches, wealth (always plural)  
factum, -i, n.   deed, act, achievement  
signum, -i, n.   sign, signal, indication, seal  
ipse, ipsa, ipsum   myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself (etc.); the very, the actual (intensive)  
quisque, quidque   each one, each person (indefinite)  
sui   himself, herself, itself, themselves (reflexive)  
doctus, -a, -um   taught, learned, skilled  
fortunatus, -a, -um   lucky, fortunate, happy  
suus, -a, -um   his own, her own, its own, their own (reflexive possessive)  
nam   for  
ante   before, in front of; previously  
per   through (takes accusative)  
olim   at that time, once, formerly; in the future  
alo, alere, alui, altum   to nourish, support, sustain, increase, cherish  
diligo, diligere, dilexi, dilectum   to esteem, love  
iungo, iungere, iunxi, iunctum   to join  
sto, stare, steti, statum   to stand, stand still, stand firm  
animal, animalis, n.   a living creature, animal  
aqua, -ae, f.   water  
ars, artis, f.   art, skill  
auris, auris, f.   ear  
civis, civis, m. and f.   citizen  
ius, iuris, n.   right, justice  
mare, maris, n.   sea  
mors, mortis, f.   death  
nubes, nubis, f.   cloud  
os, oris, n.   mouth, face  
pars, partis, f.   part, share  
Roma, -ae, f.   Rome  
turba, -ae, f.   uproar, disturbance, mob, crowd, multitude  
urbs, urbis, f.   city  
vis, vis, f.   force, power, violence  
ab, a   away from, from; by (takes ablative)  
trans   across (takes accusative)  
appello, appellare, appellavi, appellatum   to speak to, address (as), call, name  
curro, currere, cucurri, cursum   to run, rush, move quickly  
muto, mutare, mutavi, mutatum   to change, alter; exchange  
teneo, tenere, tenui, tentum   to hold, keep, possess; restrain  
vito, vitare, vitavi, vitatum   to avoid, shun  
Italia, -ae, f.   Italy  
memoria, -ae, f.   memory, recollection  
tempestas, tempestatis, f.   period of time, season; weather, storm  
centum   a hundred  
mille   thousand; (plural) thousands  
miser, misera, miserum   wretched, miserable, unfortunate  
inter   between, among (takes accusative)  
itaque   and so, therefore  
committo, committere, commisi, commissum   to entrust, commit  
exspecto, exspectare, exspectavi, exspectatum   to look for, expect, await  
iacio, iacere, ieci, iectum   to throw, hurl  
eicio, eicere, eieci, eiectum   to throw out, drive out  
timeo, timere, timui, -   to fear, be afraid of, be afraid  
unus, -a, -um   one  
duo, duae, duo   two (always plural)  
tres, tria   three  
quattuor   four  
quinque   five  
sex   six  
septem   seven  
octo   eight  
novem   nine  
decem   ten  
undecim   eleven  
duodecim   twelve  
tredecim   thirteen  
quattuordecim   fourteen  
quindecim   fifteen  
sedecim   sixteen  
septendecim   seventeen  
duodeviginti   eighteen (literally two from twenty)  
undeviginti   nineteen (literally one from twenty)  
viginti   twenty  
viginti unus   twenty-one (also unus et viginti)  
viginti duo   twenty-two (also duo et viginti)  
viginti tres   twenty-three (also tres et viginti)  
viginti quattuor   twenty-four (also quattuor et viginti)  
viginti quinque   twenty-five (also quinque et viginti)  
triginta   thirty  
quadraginta   forty  
quinquaginta   fifty  
sexaginta   sixty  
septuaginta   seventy  
octoginta   eighty  
nonaginta   ninety  
primus, -a, -um   first  
secundus, -a, -um   second  
tertius, -a, -um   third  
quartus, -a, -um   fourth  
quintus, -a, -um   fifth  
sextus, -a, -um   sixth  
septimus, -a, -um   seventh  
octavus, -a, -um   eighth  
nonus, -a, -um   ninth  
decimus, -a, -um   tenth  
undecimus, -a, -um   eleventh  
duodecimus, -a, -um   twelfth  
tertius decimus, -a, -um   thirteenth  
quartus decimus, -a, -um   fourteenth  
quintus decimus, -a, -um   fifteenth  
sextus decimus, -a, -um   sixteenth  
septimus decimus, -a, -um   seventeenth  
duodevicesimus, -a, -um   eighteenth (literally two from twenty)  
undevicesimus, -a, -um   nineteenth (literally one from twenty)  
vicesimus, -a, -um   twentieth  
vicesimus primus, -a, -um   twenty-first  
vicesimus secundus, -a, -um   twenty-second  
vicesimus tertius, -a, -um   twenty-third  
vicesimus quartus, -a, -um   twenty-fourth  
vicesimus quintus, -a, -um   twenty-fifth  
tricesimus   thirtieth  
quadragesimus   fortieth  
quinquagesimus   fiftieth  
sexagesimus   sixtieth  
septuagesimus   seventieth  
octogesimus   eightieth  
nonagesimus   ninetieth  
aetas, aetatis, f.   period of life, life, age, an age, time  
auditor, auditoris, m.   hearer, listener, member of an audience  
clementia, -ae, f.   mildness, gentleness, mercy  
mens, mentis, f.   mind, thought, intention  
satura, -ae, f.   satire  
acer, acris, acre   sharp, keen, eager; severe, fierce  
brevis, breve   short, small, brief  
celer, celeris, celere   swift, quick, rapid  
difficilis, difficile   hard, difficult, troublesome  
dulcis, dulce   sweet; pleasant, agreeable  
facilis, facile   easy, agreeable  
fortis, forte   strong, brave  
ingens   huge (genitive ingentis)  
iucundus, -a, -um   pleasant, delightful, agreeable, pleasing  
longus, -a, -um   long  
omnis, omne   every, all  
potens   able, powerful, mighty, strong (genitive potentis)  
senex, senis, m.   old, aged; old man  
quam   how  
rego, regere, rexi, rectum   to rule, guide, direct  
libellus, -i, m.   little book  
qui, quae, quod   who, which, what, that  
caecus, -a, -um   blind  
levis, leve   light, slight, easy, trivial  
aut   or (aut...aut: either...or)  
cito   quickly  
quoque   also, too  
admitto, admittere, admisi, admissum   to admit, receive, let in  
-, coepisse, coepi, coeptum   began (only used in the perfect system)  
cupio, cupere, cupivi, cupitum   to desire, wish, long for  
deleo, delere, delevi, deletum   to destroy, wipe out, erase  
desidero, desiderare, desideravi, desideratum   to desire, long for, miss  
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum   to begin  
navigo, navigare, navigavi, navigatum   to sail, navigate  
neglego, neglegere, neglexi, neglectum   to neglect, disregard  
recito, recitare, recitavi, recitatum   to read aloud, recite  
flumen, fluminis, n.   river  
genus, generis, n.   origin, kind, sort, class  
hostis, hostis, m.   an enemy; (plural) the enemy  
ludus, -i, m.   game, sport; school  
probitas, probitatis, f.   uprightness, honesty  
scientia, -ae, f.   knowledge  
clarus, -a, -um   clear, bright; renowned, famous, illustrious  
mortalis, mortale   mortal  
cur   why  
deinde   thereupon, next, then  
fluo, fluere, fluxi, fluxum   to flow  
lego, legere, legi, lectum   to pick out, choose; read  
misceo, miscere, miscui, mixtum   to mix, stir up, disturb  
moveo, movere, movi, motum   to move; arouse, affect  
videor, videri, visus sum, -   to be seen, seem, appear  
argumentum, -i, n.   proof, evidence, argument  
auctor, auctoris, m.   increaser, author, originator  
beneficium, -ii, n.   benefit, kindness; favor  
familia, -ae, f.   household, family  
Graecia, -ae, f.   Greece  
iudex, iudicis, m.   judge, juror  
iudicium, -ii, n.   judgement, decision, opinion; trial  
scelus, sceleris, n.   evil deed, crime, sin, wickedness  
quis?, quid?   who?, whose?, whom?, what?, which?  
qui?, quae?, quod?   what?, which?, what kind of?  
certus, -a, -um   definite, sure, certain, reliable  
gravis, grave   heavy, weighty, serious, important, severe, grievous  
immortalis, immortale   not subject to death, immortal  
at   but; but, mind you; but, you say  
nisi   if...not, unless; except  
contra   against (takes accusative)  
iam   now; already, soon  
delecto, delectare, delectavi, delectatum   to delight, charm, please  
libero, liberare, liberavi, liberatum   to free, liberate  
paro, parare, paravi, paratum   to prepare, provide, get, obtain  
coniurati, -orum, m.   conspirators (always plural)  
cornu, -us, n.   horn  
fructus, -us, m.   fruit, profit, benefit, enjoyment  
genu, -us, n.   knee  
manus, -us, f.   hand, band; handwriting  
metus, -us, m.   fear, dread, anxiety  
mons, montis, m.   mountain  
senatus, -us, m.   senate  
sensus, -us, m.   feeling, sense  
servitus, servitutis, f.   servitude, slavery  
spiritus, -us, m.   breath, breathing; spirit, soul  
versus, -us, m.   line of verse  
communis, commune   common, general, of the community, for the community  
dexter, dextra, dextrum   right, right-hand  
sinister, sinistra, sinistrum   left, left-hand  
careo, carere, carui, cariturus   to be without, be deprived of, want, lack; be free from (takes ablative of separation)  
defendo, defendere, defensi, defensum   to ward off; defend, protect  
discedo, discedere, discessi, discessum   to go away, depart  
-, odisse, odi, osurum   to hate  
prohibeo, prohibere, prohibui, prohibitum   to keep (back), prevent, hinder, restrain, prohibit  
pronuntio, pronuntiare, pronuntiavi, pronuntiatum   to proclaim, announce; declaim; pronounce  
casa, -ae, f.   house, cottage, hut  
causa, -ae, f.   cause, reason; case, situation; (abl. causa plus a preceding gen.) for the sake of, on account of  
fenestra, -ae, f.   window  
finis, finis, m.   end, limit, boundary, purpose; (plural) boundaries, territory  
gens, gentis, f.   clan, race, nation, people  
mundus, -i, m.   world, universe  
navis, navis, f.   ship, boat  
salus, salutis, f.   health, safety; greeting  
Troia, -ae, f.   Troy  
vicinus, -i, m.   neighbor  
vicina, -ae, f.   neighbor  
vulgus, -i, m.   the common people, mob, rabble  
asper, aspera, asperum   rough, harsh  
atque, ac   and, and also, and even  
iterum   again, a second time  
contineo, continere, continui, contentum   to hold together, contain, keep, enclose, restrain  
iubeo, iubere, iussi, iussum   to bid, order, command  
laboro, laborare, laboravi, laboratum   to labor, be in distress  
rapio, rapere, rapui, raptum   to seize, snatch, carry away  
relinquo, relinquere, reliqui, relictum   to leave behind, leave, abandon, desert  
scio, scire, scivi, scitum   to know  
tango, tangere, tetigi, tactum   to touch  
dies, diei, m.   day  
ferrum, -i, n.   iron; sword  
fides, fidei, f.   faith, trust, trustworthiness, fidelity, promise, guarantee, protection  
ignis, ignis, m.   fire  
modus, -i, m.   measure, bound, limit; manner, method, mode, way  
res, rei, f.   thing, matter, business, affair  
spes, spei, f.   hope  
aequus, -a, -um   level, even; calm; equal, just; favorable  
felix, felicis   lucky, fortunate, happy  
incertus, -a, -um   uncertain, unsure, doubtful  
Latinus, -a, -um   Latin  
medius, -a, -um   middle  
quondam   formerly, once  
ultra   on the other side, beyond (takes accusative)  
protinus   immediately  
cerno, cernere, crevi, cretum   to distinguish, discern, perceive  
eripio, eripere, eripui, ereptum   to snatch away, take away; rescue  
inquit, -, -, -   he says, he said (defective verb placed after one or more words of direct quotation)  
tollo, tollere, sustuli, sublatum   to raise, lift up; take away, remove, destroy  


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