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First page of GCSE word list

TermDefinition
a, ab (+abl.) by, from
absum, abesse, afui to be away, to be absent
ac/atque and
accidere to happen
accipere, -ere, accepi, acceptus to receive, accept
ad (+acc) to, towards, at
adeo so much, to such an extent
adsum, adesse, afui to be here, to be present
advenire to arrive
aedificare to build
ager field
ago, agere, egi, actus do, act
alius, alia, aliud other, another
alii....alii some... others
alter, altera, alterum the other (of two)
altus high, deep
amare to love
amor love
ambulare to walk
amicus friend
ancilla slave girl
animus spirit, soul, mind
annus year
ante (+acc) before, in front of
antea (adv.) before, beforehand
apparere to appear
apud (+acc.) among, with, at the house of
aqua water
arma (neut. pl) arms, weapons
ars, artis art, skill
ascendere to climb, go up
audax, audacis bold, daring
audeo, audere, ausus sum (semi-depon. vb.) to dare
appropinquare (+dat.) to approach
audio, audiere, audivi, auditus to hear, listen
aufero, auferre, abstuli, ablatus to take away
autem however
auxilium (n.) help
bellum (n.) war
bellum gerere to wage war, campaign
bene (adv.) well
benignus kind
bibere to drink
bonus good
brevis short, brief
caelum (n.) sky, heaven
canis dog
capio, capere, cepi, captus to take, to capture
captivus captive, prisoner
caput, capitis (n.) head
castra (neut. pl.) camp
celare to hide
celer quick, fast
celeriter quickly
quam celerrime as quickly as possible
cena dinner
centum a hundred
ceteri the rest, the others
cibus food
circum (+acc) around
civis citizen
clamare to shout
clarus famous; clear
cogitare to think, consider
cogo, cogere, coegi, coactus force, compel
clamor shouting, noise
coepisse to have begun
cognosco, -ere, cognovi, cognitus to find out, discover
comes, comitis companion, comrade
conor, conari, conatus sum (depon. vb.) to try
conatus having tried
conficere to finish; wear out
consilium (n.) plan, idea, advice
conspicio, -ere, conspexi, conspectus to catch sight of
constituere (pf= constitui) to decide
consul consul
consumere to eat
contra (+acc) against
copiae forces, troops
corpus, corporis (n.) body
cras tomorrow
credo, -ere, credidi, (+dat.) to trust, believe
crudelis cruel
cum when, since
cum (+abl) with
cupio, cupere, cupivi to long for, desire
cur? why?
cura care, worry
curro, currere, cucurri, cursus to run
custodere to guard
custos, custodis guard
de (+abl.) about, concerning, down from
dea goddess
debere to owe; ought, must
decem ten
deinde then, next
delere to destroy
deus god
dico, dicere, dixi, dictus say, speak
dies day
difficilis difficult
diligens careful
dirus dreadful
discedere (pf. = discessi) to depart, leave
diu for a long time
do, dare, dedi, datus to give
domina mistress
dominus master
docere to teach
convenire to gather, meet
descendere to go down, come down
cado, cadere, cecidi, casus to fall
defendere to defend
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