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Latin Vocab1

Basic Latin Vocabulary

TermDefinition
sailor nauta; nautae (m)
chance; luck; fortune fortūna; fortūnae (f)
and (-added to 2nd word of those being connected) -que
to shout clāmō; clāmāre; clāmāvī; clāmātus
to dare audeō; audēre; ausus sum
and et
gift; present dōnum; dōnī (n)
letter(of the alphabet) pl. letter, literature littera; litterae (f)
kingdom; royal power rēgnum; rēgnī (n)
man; hero; husband vir; virī (m)
place; position locus; locī (m, in pl. sometimes n)
boy puer; puerī (m)
girl puella; puellae (f)
to teach doceō; docēre; docuī; doctus
to owe ("I ought") dēbeō; dēbēre; dēbuī; dēbitus
to love amō; amāre; amāvi; amātus
rose rosa; rosae (f)
to hesitate; doubt dubitō; dubitāre; dubitāvī; dubitātus
to pray; beg; beg for ōrō; ōrāre; ōrāvī; ōrātus
to call; name vocō; vocāre; vocāvī; vocātus
-signals a simple question (attached to the end of the first/most important word of a sentence) -ne
water aqua; aquae (f)
farmer agricola; agricolae (m)
woman fēmina; fēminae (f)
to see videō; vidēre; vīdī; vīsus
to fear; be afraid timeō; timēre; timuī
friend amīcus; amīcī (m)
(cultivated) field, countryside ager; agrī (m)
plan; advice cōnsilium; cōnsiliī (n)
master; lord dominus; dominī (m)
to terrify; scare terreō; terrēre; terruī; territus
war bellum; bellī (n)
mind; spirit; courage animus; animī (m)
to work; strive labōrō; labōrāre; labōrāvī; labōrātus
to help; please iuvō; iuvāre; iūvī; iūtus
to be silent taceō; tacēre; tacuī
to conquer; overcome; surpass superō; superāre; superāvī; superātus
to choose; desire; wish for optō; optāre; optāvī; optātus
to praise laudō; laudāre; laudāvī; laudātus
to have; hold; consider habeō; habēre; habuī; habitus
to lie (on the ground) iaceō; iacēre; iacuī
arms, weapons arma; armōrum (n)(pl)
sky; heavens caelum; caelī (n)
god deus; deī (m) -nom.pl= dī; dat.pl+abl.pl= dīs
story fābula; fābulae (f)
command; (military) power imperium, imperiī (n)
book liber; librī (m)
no one nēmō -acc.sg= nēminem
nothing nihil (n) (indeclinable) -nil (contracted form)
temple; shrine templum; templī (n)
crowd turba; turbae (f)
wind; breeze ventus; ventī (m)
to build aedificō; aedificāre; aedificāvī; aedificātus
to give dō; dare; dedī; datus
to show; demonstrate mōnstrō; mōnstrāre; mōnstrāvi; mōnstrātus
to tell (a story) nārrō; nārrāre; nārrāvī; nārrātus
to harm; be harmful to noceō; nocēre; nocuī (+dat)
to obey; be obedient to pāreō; pārēre; pāruī (+dat)
to please; be pleasing to placeō; placēre; placuī (+dat)
to carry; bring portō; portāre; portāvī; portātus
to fight pugnō; pugnāre; pugāvī; pugnātus
to be accustomed soleō; solēre; solitus sum
cottage; house casa; casae (f)
eye oculus; oculī (m)
sea; ocean pontus; pontī (m)
way; road via; viae (f)
to walk ambulō; ambulāre; ambulāvī
to wander; err errō; errāre; errāvī; errātus
to hurry; hasten festīnō; festīnāre; festīnāvī; festīnātus
to move moveō; movere; mōvī; mōtas
to sail nāvigō; nāvigāre; nāvigāvī; nāvigātus
easily facile (ADV)
not nōn (ADV)
now nunc (ADV)
often saepe (ADV)
finally tandem (ADV)
then; at that time; next tum (ADV)
away from ā; ab (+abl)
to; towards ad (+acc)
out of; from ē; ex (+abl)
in; on in (+abl)
into; onto; against in (+acc)
in front of; on behalf of; instead of prō (+abl)
across; beyond trans (+acc)
care; anxiety cūra; cūrae (f)
wisdom sapientia; sapientiae (f)
rock; cliff saxum; saxī (n)
forest; wood silva; silvae (f)
land; earth; soil; country terra; terrae (f)
to throw iactō; iactāre; iactāvī; iactātus
to be; exist sum; esse; fuī; futūrus
sick; weak aeger; aegra; aegrum
high; deep altus; alta; altum
good bonus; bona; bonum
divine; of the gods; prophetic dīvīnus; dīvīna; dīvīnum
free līber; lībera; līberum
large; great magnus; magna; magnum
bad malus; mala; malum
my meus; mea; meum
much; many(pl) multus; multa; multum
our noster; nostra; nostrum.
small parvus; parva; parvum
beautiful; handsome; fine pulcher; pulchra; pulchrum
your; your own(sg) tuus; tua; tuum
your(pl) vester; vestra; vestrum
with cum (+abl)
under; beneath sub (+abl)
to the foot/base of; along under (implying motion) sub (+acc)
dinner cēna; cēnae (f)
example exemplum; exemplī (n)
daughter fīlia; fīliae (f)
son fīlius; fīliī (voc= fīlī) (m)
Italy Italia; Italiae (f)
money; property pencūnia; pencūniae (f)
the people; nation populus; populī (m)
queen rēgīna; rēgīnae (f)
life vīta; vītae (f)
to enter intrō; intrāre; intrāvī; intrātus
to remain; stay maneō; manēre; mānsī
to announce; report nūntiō, nūntiāre, nūntiāvī, nūntiātus
to prepare parō; parāre; parāvī; parātus
happy; fertile laetus; laeta; laetum
new; strange novus; nova; novum
Roman -the Romans Rōmānus; Rōmāna; Rōmānum -Rōmanī; Rōmāōrum (m) (pl) (as noun)
for a long time diu (ADV)
always semper(ADV)
down from; about; concerning dē (+abl)
because of; on account of propter (+acc)
without sine (+abl)
for; in fact; yes, truly enim (never appear as first word of sentence) (CNJ)
skill; art ars; artis (f)
head; summit caput; capitis (n)
state cīvitās, cīvitātis (f)
consul cōnsul; cōnsulis (m)
body; corpse corpus; corporis (n)
(military) leader, commander dux; ducis (m)
brother frāter; frātris (m)
man; human being homō; hominis (m)
anger īra; īrae (f)
mother māter; mātris (f)
mind; judgement; reason mēns; mēntis (f)
death mors; mortis (f)
divine will; divine power nūmen; nūminis (n)
father pater; patris (m)
king rēx; rēgis (m)
city urbs; urbis (f)
truth vēritās; vēritātis(f)
courage; excellence; virtue virtūs; virtūtis (f)
voice vox; vōcis (f)
to hold, have; restrain teneō; tenēre; tenuī; tentus
miserable; unhappy miser; misera; miserum
law lex; lēgis (f)
freedom; liberty lībertās; lībertātis (f)
moon lūna; lūnae (f)
light lūx; lūcis (f)
mountain mōns; montis (m)
name nōmen; nōminis (n)
part; share; direction opus; operis (n)
country; fatherland patria; patriae (f)
peace pāx; pācis (f)
danger perīculum; perīculī (n)
reason; judgement; method ratiō; ratiōnis (f)
word verbum; verbī (n)
to grieve; mourn; suffer pain doleō; dolēre; doluī
to be able "I can" possum; posse; potuī
to be eager; to give attention studeō; studēre; studuī (+dat)
clear; bright; famous; loud clārus; clāra; clārum
angry īrātus; īrāta; īrātum
full (of); filled (with) plēnus; plēna; plēnum (+gen, +abl)
sacred sacer; sacra; sacrum
suddenly subitō (ADV)
after; behind post (+acc)
song; poem carmen; carminis (n)
poet poēta; poētae (m)
to do, perform; drive -how are you doing? agō; agere; ēgī; āctus -quid agis?
to take; seize; capture capiō; capere; cēpī; captus
to say; speak; tell dīcō; dīcere; dīxī; dictus
to learn dīsco; discere; didicī
to lead dūcō; dūcere; duxī; ductus
to do; make faciō; facere; fēcī; factus
to send mittō; mittere; mīsī; missus
to rule regō; regere; rexī; rectus
to write scrībō; scrībere; scrīpsī; scrīptus
to sit sedeō; sedēre; sēdī
to be well; healthy -goodbye, farewell valeō; valēre; valuī -valē; valēte (imperative)
to conquer; win vincō; vincere; vīcī; victus
I, we (PRN) ego; nōs
You, you (pl) (PRN) tū; vōs
even; also et (ADV)
once(upon a time); one day (in the future) ōlim
between; among inter (+acc)
or; either...or aut; aut....aut
wife uxor, uxōris (f)
deed; act; exploit factum; factī (n)
right; law; justice iūs; iūris (n)
to learn; get to know; recognize cognōscō; cognōscere; cognōvī; cognitus
to create; elect; choose creō; creāre; creāvī; creātus
to flee (from); escape; avoid fugiō; fugere; fūgī; fugitūrus
to begin incipiō; incipere; incēpī; inceptus
to judge; to decide iūdicō; iūdicāre; iūdicāvī; iūdicātus
to read; choose; select legō; legere; lēgī; lēctus
to persuade persuadeō; persuādere; persuāsī
other; another allius; alia; aliud
not any; no nūllus; nūlla; nūllum
alone; only -not only...but also sōlus; sōla; sōlum -nōn sōlum...sed etiam
whole; entire tōtus; tōta; tōtum
any ūllus; ūlla; ūllum
one ūnus; ūna; ūnum
this hic; haec; hoc
that ille; illa; illud
he; she; it; they; this; that is; ea; id
even; also etiam
so; thus; in this way ita
however; nevertheless; yet tamen
cause; reason -for the sake of; because of causa; causae (f) -causā (+gen)
wife; husband; spouse coniūnx; coniugis (m/f)
river flūmen; flūminis (n)
grace; favor; kindness; gratitude -for the sake of; because of --to thank grātia; grātiae (f) -grātiā (+gen) --grātiās agere (+dat)
tear lacrima; lacrimae (f)
praise laus; laudis (f)
soldier mīlēs; mīlitis (m)
fear; terror timor; timōris (m)
to fall cadō; cadere; cecidī
to believe; trust crēdō; crēdere; crēdidī; crēditus (+dat)
to seek; go after; ask; attack petō; petere; petīvī (or) petiī; petītus
to leave; abandon relinquō; relinquere; relīquī; relictus
right; right hand dexter; dextra; dextrum
second; favorable secundus; secunda; secundum
before; in front of ante (+acc)
through; along; because of; by (in oaths + prayers) per (+acc)
for (=because); indeed; truly nam (sometimes used as particle) (CJN)
and not nec (or) neque
neither...nor nec...nec; neque...neque
age; life aetās; aetātis (f)
year annus; annī (m)
pain; sorrow dolor; dolōris (m)
Gaul Gallia; Galliae (f)
clan; tribe; family; nation; people gēns; gentis (f)
hour; season hōra; hōrae (f)
foot pēs; pedis (m)
time; opportunity tempus; temporis (n)
to depart; go away; separate discēdō; discēdere; discessī
to bear; carry on; wear -to wage war gerō; gerere; gessī; gestus -bellum gerō
sharp; pierce; eager ācer; ācris; ācre
brief; short brevis; breve
swift; quick; rapid celer; celeris; celere
difficult difficilis; difficile
sweet; pleasant dulcis; dulce
easy facilis; facile
fortunate; lucky fēlīx; fēlīcis
brave; strong fortis; forte
huge; mighty ingēns; ingentis
all; every omnis; omne
powerful; able potēns; potentis
thus; so sīc (ADV)
three times; thrice ter (ADV)
abundance; plenty; resources; wealth; (pl.) troops cōpia; cōpiae (f)
end; border; (pl) boundary; territory fīnis; fīnis (m)
journey; path; route; a day's march iter; itineris (n)
delay mora; morae (f)
old man senex; senis (m)
to hear; listen audiō; audīre; audīvī; audītus
to sleep dormiō; dormīre; dormīvī
to end; finish; die; limit fīniō; fīnīre; fīnīvī; fīnītus
to hinder; prevent impediō; impedīre; impedīvī; impedītus
to know; to know how to (+inf.) sciō; scīre; scīvī; scītus
to feel; perceive sentiō; sentīre; sēnsī; sēnsus
to serve serviō; servīre; servīvī (or) serviī
to come veniō; venīre; vēnī
worthy; worth; fitting dīgnus; dīgna; dīgnum
unworthy; undeserved; shameful indīgnus; indīgna; indīgnum
mortal; transient; human mortālis; mortāle
few paucī; paucae; pauca (pl)
remaining; rest; rest of relinquus; relinqua; reliquum
wise sapiēns; sapientis
upper; higher; above -gods superus; supera; superum -superī; superōrum (m) (pl)
his; her; its; their own suus; sua; suum (always reflexive)
quis; quid who? what?
himself; herself; itself; themselves (always reflexive) suī, sibi, sē
to understand intellegō; intellegēre; intellexī; intellectus
tree arbor; arboris (f)
birth; origin; kind; race genus; generis
honor; public office honor; honōris (m)
enemy hostis; hostis (m) -usually in pl.
delegate; envoy; ambassador; legion commander lēgātus; lēgātī (m)
sea mare; maris (n)
night nox; noctis (f)
crime; wicked deed; wickedness scelus; sceleris (n)
to be absent; away; distant absum; abesse; āfuī
to arrive; come to ; happen adveniō; advenīre; advenī
to care for/about; pay attention to; cure cūrō; cūrāre; cūrāvī; cūrātus
to send away; spend forth; dismiss; abandon dimittō; dimittere; dimīsī; dimissus
to find; discover; invent inveniō; invenīre; invenī; inventus
to warn; advise moneō; monere; monuī; monitus
to seize; snatch; carry off rapiō; rapere; rapuī; raptus
to stand stō; stāre; stetī
long longus; longa; longum
middle (of) medius; media; medium
so much; so great tantus; tanta; tantum
now; already iam
around circum/circā (+acc)
nature nātūra; nātūrae (f)
ship navis; navis (f)
love amor; amoris (m)
gold aurum; aurī (n)
citizen cīvis; cīvis (m/f)
ground; earth humus; humī (f)
fire ignis; ignis (m)
work; labor; effort; hardship labor; labōris (m)
shore; beach; coast lītus; lītoris (n)
light; lamp; torch; eye lūmen; lūminis (n)
breast; chest; heart pectus; pectoris (n)
province prōvincia; prōvinciae (f)
wave; waters; sea unda; undae (f)
to go; withdraw; yield cēdō; cēdere; cessī
to put; place pōnō; pōnere; posuī; positus
to get up; arise surgō; surgere; surrēxī, surrēctus
to try; attempt; test; prove temptō; temptāre; temptāvī; temptātus
to roll; twist; turn around volvō; volvere; voluī; volūtus
golden aureus; aurea; aureum
hard; harsh; rough dūrus; dūra; dūrum
tired fessus; fessa; fessum
sad; gloomy tristis; triste
by chance forte
over; above; on (top of) super (+acc)
and atque; ac
battle line aciēs; aciēī (f)
camp -to pitch camp castra; castrōrum (n.pl) -castra pōnere
letter epistula; epistulae (f)
army exercitus; exercitūs (m)
iron; sword ferrum; ferrī (n)
court; trial; judgement iūdicium; iūdiciī (n)
multitude; great number; crowd multitūdō; multitūdinis (f)
battle proelium; proeliī (n)
to lose āmittō; āmittere; āmīsī; āmissus
to see; percieve; decide cernō; cernere; crēvī, crētus
to decide; appoint; establish cōnstituō; cōnstituere; constituī; cōnstitūtus
to run -to charge; rush together; clash currō; currere; cucurrī -concurrō; concurrere
to set fire to; burn; inflame incendō; incendere; incendī; incēnsus
to establish; institute; build; educate īnstituō; īnstituere, īntituī, īnstitūtus
to watch; look at spectō; spectāre; spectāvī, spectātus
to draw; drag trahō; trahere; trāxī; tractus
to see; be seen videor; vidērī; vīsus sum
the one; the other; next; second alter; altera; alterum (gen. -īus)
wild; fierce; cruel; uncivilized -wild animals ferus; fera; ferum -ferī; -ōrum
by ā/ab (+animate noun, passive sentence)
opposite; against (ADV) in reply; face to face contrā (+acc)
fall; misfortune; destruction; chance; accident cāsus; cāsūs (m)
horn; wing(of an army) cornū; cornūs (n)
house(hold); home domus; domūs (f)
day; (f) used when appointed day diēs; dieī (m/f)
face; appearance faciēs; faciēi (f)
faith; trust fidēs; fidēī (f)
wave; commotion flūtus; flūctūs (m)
knee genū; genūs (n)
attack; charge; impluse impetus; impetūs (m)
hand; band (of men) manus; manūs (f)
fear; dread; anxiety metus; metūs (m)
pace; footstep -mile; miles passus; passūs (m) -mille passūs; mīlia passuum (pl)
thing; matter; business; court case -state; republic rēs; reī (f) -rēs pūblica; reī publicae
the country(side) rūs; rūris (n)
senate senātus; senātūs (m)
hope spēs; speī (f)
expression; face vultus; vultūs (m)
to burn; be on fire; glow ārdeō; ārdēre; ārsī
therefore igitur (ADV)
from there; then; from that time forth inde (ADV)
so; to such a degree tam (ADV)
battle line aciēs; aciēī (f)
arrival adventus; adventūs (m)
shout; cheer clāmor; clāmoris (m)
right; divine law fās (n) (indeclinable)
joy; delight gaudium; gaudī -or- gaudiī (n)
wound vulnus; vulneris (n)
to recieve accipiō; accipere; accēpī; acceptus
to finish; accomplish; kill cōnficio; cōnficere; cōnfecī; cōnfectus
friendly (to) amīcus; amīca; amīcum
fit; suitable (for) aptus; apta; aptum
dear (to) cārus; cāra; cārum
faithful; loyal (to) fidēlis; fidēle
unfriendly; hostile (to) inimīcus; inimīca; inimīcum
equal (to) pār; paris
similar (to); like similis; simile
before antequam (CNJ)
when cum (CNJ)
while; as long as dum (CNJ)
after; when postquam (CNJ)
because quia (CNJ)
because; since quod (CNJ)
if sī (CNJ)
when; where ubī (CNJ)
fame; report; reputation rumor fāma; fāmae (f)
but sed
both...and... et...et
heat; tide aestus; aestūs (m)
ear auris; auris (f)
aid; help (pl) often auxiliary troops auxilium; auxiliī (n)
Caesar Caesar; Caesaris (m)
horse equus; equī(m)
Greece Graecia; Graeciae (f)
memory; recollection memoria; memoriae (f)
ship nāvis; nāvis (f)
cloud nūbēs; nūbis (f)
Rome Rōma; Rōmae (f)
sister soror; sorōris (f)
Troy Trōia; Trōiae (f)
to be without; free from; need; miss careō; carēre; caruī (+abl)
to bring about; produce efficiō, efficere; effēcī; effectus
to break; wreck frangō; frangere; frēgī; frāctus
to turn; turn around; destroy vertō; vertere; vertī; versus
Greek Graecus; Graeca; Graecum (ADJ)
light; easy levis; leve (ADJ)
near (to); neighboring; related (to) propinquus; propinqua; propinquum (ADJ)
Trojan Trōiānus; Trōiāna; Trōiānum (ADJ)
who; which; what quī; quae; quod (CNJ/PRN)
citadel; fortress (on a hill) arx; arcis (f)
authority auctōritās; auctōritātis (f)
slaughter; murder caedēs; caedis (f)
fate; destiny fātum; fātī (n)
coast; border ōra; ōrae (f)
sign; token; signal; standard signum; signī(n)
sleep somnus; somnī (m)
power; force; strength --strength (pl) vīs; vīs (f) --vīrēs; vīrium
to open; uncover aperiō; aperīre; aperuī; apertus
to kill; cut; sacrifice (of animals) caedō; caedere; cedīdī; caesus
to sing canō; canere; cecinī; cantus
to save; preserve; keep cōnservō; cōnservāre; cōnservāvī; cōnservātus
to want; desire cupiō, cupere, cupīvī -or- cupīī; cupītus
to avoid vītō; vītāre; vītāvī; vītātus
open; uncovered; exposed apertus; aperta; apertum
cruel; savage saevus; saeva; saevum
however; moreover autem
meanwhile intereā
at a distance; from a distance procul
because of ob (+acc)
trick; deceit dolus; dolī (m)
walls; defenses moenia; moenium (n) (pl)
custom; tradition mōs; mōris (m)
messenger; message nūntius; nūntiī (m)
leader; chief; first citizen; emperor prīnceps; prīncipis (m)
slave; servant servus; servī (m)
to force; compel; collect cōgō; cōgere; coēgī; coāctus
to order; command iubeō; iubēre; iūssī; iūssus
to prefer; want (something more) mālō; mālle; māluī
it is necessary necesse est
to be unwilling; not want nōlō; nōlle; nōluī
to allow; permit sinō; sinere; sīvī; sītus
to forbid; order...not vetō; vetāre; vetuī; vetitus
to live vīvō; vīvere; vīxī; victus
to wish; want; be wanting volō; velle; volui
the rest; the others cēterī; cēterae; cētera
quickly celeriter
bravely; forcefully fortiter
(rather) than; as (in comparison) quam
limb; joint artus; artūs (m)
children līberī; līberōrum (m) (pl)
manner; way; method modus; modī (m)
circle; orb --world orbis; orbis (m) --orbis terrārum
I say; he says; they say aiō; ait; aiunt
to think; consider cōgitō; cōgitāre; cōgitāvī; cōgitātus
to rejoice; be glad; delight in gaudeō; gaudēre; gāvīsus sum
he said (introduces quotation) inquit
to deny; say that...not negō; negāre; negāvī; negātus
not to know nesciō; nescīre; nescīvī; nescītus
to show; reveal ostendō; ostendere; ostendī; ostentus/ostensus
to think; consider; suppose putō; putāre; putāvī; putātus
to answer; reply; correspond to spērō; spērāre; spērāvī; spērātus
to hand over; surrender; hand down; report trādō; trādere; trādidī; trāditus
unwise; unaware; ignorant (of) imprūdēns; imprūdentis
wise; prudent; knowing; skilled prūdēns; prūdentis
well bene (ADV)
today nodiē (ADV)
there ibi (ADV)
food cibus; cibī (m)
crime; accusation; charge crīmen; crīmenis (n)
drink pōtus; pōtūs (m)
to think; judge arbitror; arbitrārī; arbitrātus sum
to try cōnor; cōnārī; cōnātus sum
to trust; confide in fīdō; fīdere; fīsus sum (+dat)
to enjoy fruor; fruī; frūctus sum (+abl)
to perform; do fungor; fungī; fūnctus sum (+abl)
to enter; march; walk ingredior; ingredī; ingressus sum
to speak loquor; loquī; locūtus sum
to delay moror; morarī; morātus sum
to suffer; allow patior; patī; passus sum
to get hold of; aquire potior; potirī; potītus sum (+abl)
to set out; depart profīscor; profīsiscī; profectus sum
to follow; accompany; persue sequor; sequī; secūtus sum
to use ūtor; ūtī; ūsus sum (+abl)
to eat; feed on vescor; vescī (+abl)
the whole; all; collectively cūnctus; cūncta; cūnctum
the same īdem; eadem; idem
_self; itself; themselves ipse; ipsa; ipsum
a certain __; a sort of __ quīdam; quaedam; quodam
destruction; ruin exitium; exitiī (n)
talent; character; nature ingenium; ingeniī (n)
mouth; face ōs; ōris (n)
companion; comrade; ally socius; socīī (n)
to command imperō; imperāre; imperāvī; imperātus (usually +dat)
live (in); inhabit incolō; incolere; incoluī
to kill; destroy inteficō; interficere; interfēcī; interfectus
to die morior; morī; mortuus sum
to kill occīdō; occīdere; occīdī; occīsus
to be open; stand open pateō; patēre; patuī
to ask; ask for rogō; rogāre; rogāvī; rogātus
to wound vulnerō; vulnerāre; vulnerāvī; vulnerātus
greatest; very great; very important maximus; maxima; maximum
nearest; very near proximus; proxima; proximum
to go eō; īre; iī (or) ivī; itūrus
to go away; depart abeō; abīre; abiī; abitūrus
to go towards; approach adeō; adīre; adiī; aditūrus
to go out; exit exeō; exīre; exiī; exitūrus
to enter; begin ineō; inīre; iniī; initūrus
to perish; die pereō; perīre; periī; peritūrus
to go back; return redēo; redīre; rediī (or) -īvī; reditūrus
to go up; to undergo; to approach subeō; subīre; subiī (or) -īvī; subitūrus
to go across; cross trānseō; trānsīre; trānsiī; trānsitūrus
to carry; bear; endure; report; say ferō; ferre; tulī; lātus
to bring to; cause adferō; adferre; attulī; adlātus
to carry away; take away auferō; auferre; abstulī; ablātus
to bring together; collect; compare --to proceed; go cōnferō; cōnferre; contulī; collātus
to bring in; introduce; inflict īnferō; īnferre; intulī; illātus
to offer; bring forward offerō; offerre; obtulī; oblātus
to carry back; bring back; report referō; referre; rettulī; relātus
to lift up; raise; remove; carry off; steal tollō; tollere; sustulī; sublātus
even; calm; equal aequus; aequa; aequum
common; shared; public commūnis; commūne
unhappy; unlucky īnfēlix; īnfēlīcis
love amor; amoris (m)
dog canis; canis (m -or- f)
fault; blame culpa; culpae (f)
to destroy; blot out dēleō; dēlēre; dēlēvī; dēlētus
to resist; oppose; make a stand resistō; resistere; restitī (often +dat)
heavy; serious; important; difficult gravis; grave
just; fair iūstus; iūsta; iūstum
sacred; virtuous; blameless sanctus; sancta; sanctum
shameful; base; ugly; foul turpis; turpe
both; each (of two) uterque; utraque; utrumque
useful; profitable ūtilis; ūtile
far; by far longe
only; at all modo
never numquam
at first prīmō
first; for the first time prīmum
than quam
breeze; air aura; aurae (f)
fruit; enjoyment; profit frūctus; frūctūs (m)
glory; fame; ambition; boasting glōria; glōriae (f)
emotion; impulse; movement mōtus; mōtūs (m)
the earth; land tellūs; tellūris (f)
to fall at -or- near; happen accidō; accidere; accidī
to be present; be near adsum; adesse; adfuī
to despair dēspērō; dēspērāre; dēspērāvī; dēspērātus
to bloom; prosper; flourish flōreō; flōrēre; flōruī
to urge; encourage hortor; hortārī; hortātus sum
to ignore; neglect neglegō; neglegere; neglēxī; neglēctus
to blend; govern; refrain; be moderate temperō; temperāre; temperāvī; temperātus
happy; blessed; prosperous beātus; beāta; beātum
straight; upright; right; virtuous; honest rēctus; rēcta; rēctum
or an
but; at least; then at
finally; at last; in fact; in short dēnique
not (used w\ subjunctive + sometimes imperative)
indeed; certainly; in fact --not...even quidem --ne...quidem
signals a wish; if only; would that utinam
in fact; indeed vērō
sword gladius; gladiī (m)
judge iūdex; iūdicis (m)
sin; crime (against divine law); wrong nefās (n) (indeclinable)
town oppidum; oppidī (n)
penalty --to pay the penalty poena; poenae (f) --poenam dare
sun sōl; sōlis (m)
weapon; spear; sword tēlum; tēlī (n)
wine vīnum; vīnī (n)
to approach; draw near appropinquō; appropinquāre; appropinquāvī
to drink bibō; bibere; bibī; bibitus
to tremble tremō; tremere; tremuī
civil; public; political cīvīlis; cīvīle
awful; horrible dīrus; dīra; dīrum
such; of such a kind tālis; tāle
in order that; so that ut
then; next deinde
freely līberē
so many tot
so often totiēns
to name; call upon; address appellō; appellāre; appellāvī; appellātus
to cultivate; tend; inhabit; worship colō; colere; coluī; cultus
to snatch away; rescue; free ēripiō; ēripere; ēripuī; ēreptum
to happen; occur; be done; be made fīō; fierī; factus sum
to inhabit; live; dwell habitō; habitāre; habitāvī; habitātus
to join (together); unite; yoke iungō; iungere; iūnxī; iūnctus
to free; release; aquit līberō; līberāre; līberāvī; līberātus
to wonder; be surprised at; admire; wonder at mīror; mīrārī; mīrātus sum
to pray; intreat; beg; curse precor; precārī; precātus sum
to look for; seek; ask quaerō; quaerere; quaesīvī; quaesītus
to search for; ask; inquire after; demand requīrō; requīrere; requīsīvī; requīsītus
wide; broad lātus; lāta; lātum
how many? quot (indeclinable)
why? cūr
(signals question); whether (in indirect question) num
how quōmodo
how often? quotiēns
immediately; at once statim
on all sides undique
among; with; near; at (the house of) apud (+acc)
friendship amīcitia; amīcitiae (f)
general; emperor imperātor; imperātōris (m)
power; might; (pl) wealth; resources ops; opis (f)
philosophy philosophia; philosophiae (f)
victory victōria; victōriae (f)
to observe; catch sight of; look at cōnspiciō; cōnspicere; cōnspexī; cōnspectus
to fear metuō; metuere; metuī; metūtum
to take up; accept; begin suscipiō; suscipere; suscēpī; susceptus
to fear; be afraid; respect vereor; verērī; veritus sum
someone; something; anyone; anything aliquis; aliquid
surely; of course; at least certē
soon; next mox
also; too (placed after word it emphasizes) quoque
at the same time; together simul
unless; if not nisi
but if; however sīn
bridge pons; pontis (m)
eagerness; zeal; study studium; studiī (n)
pleasure; delight voluptās; voluptātis (f)
to join; unite; engage committō; committere; commīsī; commissus
to assemble; gather; meet; agree conveniō; convenīre; convēnī; conventus
to approve (of); prove; show probō; probāre; probāvī; probātus
badly male
as; just as; just like tamquam
divine law; right --it is right --it is wrong fās (n) (indeclinable) --fās est --nefās est
it is allowed; it is lawful līcet; līcēre; līcuit (impersonal +dat)
it is right; one should; it is necessary oportet; oportēre; oportuit (impersonal +acc)
wonderful; extraordinary mīrābilis; mīrābile
before (time); in front (place) ante
perhaps forsitan
to found; build; establish condō; condere; condidī; conditus
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