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Latin 1 Word List

agricola -ae m. farmer
altus -a -um high, deep
animus -i m. spirit, mind
antea before (adv.)
antiquus -a -um ancient
appello (1) name, call
apud among, near (acc.)
auxilium -i n. aid, help
casa -ae f. cottage, hut
clarus -a -um bright, famous
confirmo (1) strengthen
consilium -i n. plan
cura -ae f. care, trouble
de from, about, of (abl.)
dominus -i m. master
duco, -ere, duxi, ductus lead
dux, ducis m. leader
eius his, her, its
eorum, earus, eorum their
etiam even, as yet
exspecto (1) wait for
fabula -ae f. story
filia -ae f daughter
filius -i m. son
fuga -ae f. flight
habito (1) inhabit, dwell
inimicus -a -um unfriendly
laboro (1) work, toil
latus -a -um wide, broad
laudo (1) praise
locus -i m. place
longus -a -um long
magnopere greatly (adv.)
miles -itis m. soldier
miser -era -erum wretched
mitto, -ere, misi, missus send
moneo (2) warn, remind
nam for (conj.)
narro (1) tell, relate, narrate
nauta -ae m. sailor
-ne sign of question (with yes or no answer expected)
noster -tra -trum our
nuntio (1) announce
nuntius -i m. messenger
ob on account of (acc.)
occupo (1) seize, take
oppidum -i n. town
oro (1) pray, beg, beseech
paratus -a -um ready, prepared
parvus -a -um little, small
patria -ae f. father-land
pecunia -ae f. money
per through, for (acc.)
poena -ae f. punishment
populus -i m. people
porto (1) carry, bear, bring
postea after, afterward (adv.)
praeda -ae f. booty, plunder
praemium -i n. reward, prize
pro for, in behalf of (abl.)
proelium -i n. battle, fight
pugno (1) fight, combat
quoque also
reliquus -a -um rest of, remaining
rogo (1) ask, ask for
saepe often, frequently
sagitta -ae f. arrow
saxum -i n. rock
sedeo, -ere, sedi sit, settle
servo (1) save, keep
silva -ae f. forest, woods
sine without (abl.)
socius -i m. ally, comrade
spero (1) hope, hope for
sum, esse, fui, futurus be
supero (1) conquer, surpass
suus -a -um his, her, its, their
telum -i n. weapon, spear
teneo (2) hold, posses
tuus -a -um your (s.)
unus -a -um one, alone
vasto (1) devastate, lay waste
verus -a -um true, real
vester -tra -trum your (pl.)
vicus -i m. village
voco (1) call, summon
vas (gen. vestrum) you (pl.)
Created by: saraj