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Stage 13-18

Abbreviated

LatinEnglish
aedificium building
alter, alterum the second
canto, cantare, cantavi sing
ceteri the rest
dico, dicere, dixi say
fessus tired
interficio, interficere, interfeci kill
ita vero yes
nolo, nolle, nolui do not want, refuse
novus new
nullus not any, no
ordo, ordinem row
possum, posse, potui can be able
ruo, ruere, rui rush
se himself, herself, themselves
sum, esse, fui be
traho, trahere, traxi drag
vita life
volo, velle, volui want
vulnero, vulnerare, vulneraravi wound
aliquid something
apud among (at the house of)
cotidie everyday
decorus right, proper
deleo, delere, delevi destroy
deus God
difficilis difficult
diligenter carefully
donum present
fidelis faithful, loyal
ipse himself, herself
iste that
lavo, lavare, lavavi wash
maritus husband
necesse necessary
num? surely not?
quam how
quamquam although
que and
rex king
ubi when
alius, alia, aliud another
aqua water
commodus, commoda, commodum convenient
debeo, debere, debui ought
equus horse
etiam even
fractus, fracta, fractum broken
lente slowly
mare sea
miser, misera, miserum miserable
nauta sailor
praesum (+dat), praeesse, praefui be in charge of
princeps, principem chief, chieftain
qui, quae, quod who, which
redeo, redire, redii return
sacerdos, sacerdotem priest
saxum rock
teneo, tenere, tenui hold
unda wave
vinco, vincere, wici win
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi to build
auxilium help
consilium plan
deinde then
flos, florem flower
imperator, imperatorem emperor
inter (+ACC) among
ita in this way
melior, melior, melius better
paratus, parata, paratum ready
pereo, perire, perii to die
pono, ponere, posui to place
postridie on the next day
punio, punire, punivi to punish
simulac, simulatque as soon as
tollo, tollere, sustuli to raise
a, ab from, away from
agmen, agminis column of people
animus, animi spirit, soul, mind
appropinquo, appropinquare, appropinquavi approach
bene good, well
benignus, benigna, benignum kind
diu for a long time
facilis easy
graviter seriously
huc to this place
impetus, impetus attack
insula, insulae island
itaque and so
maximus, maxima, maximum very big
multitudo, multitudinus crowd
numquam never
pauci, paucae, pauca few
quondam one day, once
sine without
soleo, solere usually
audeo, audere dare
caput, capitis head
coepi I began
cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi get to know
consisto, consistere, constiti stand firm
dea, deae goddess
discedo, discedere, discessi leave
fortasse perhaps
frango, frangere, fregi break
ibi there
libenter glady
manus, manus hand
miles, militis soldier
nam for
nemo no one
nox, noctis night
pars, partis part
postea afterwards
postremo finally
peto, petere, petivi seek, beg for
pro in front of