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-que and
a,ab away from
abeo, abire, abivi (irreg.) to go away
absum, abesse, afui (irreg.) to be away, be absent
accido, accidere, accedi (3) to happen, occur
accipio, accipere, accepi (3) to accept, receive
ad to, towards
adhuc still
adiuvo, adiuvare, adiuvi (1) to help
adsum, adesse, adfui (irreg) to be present, be near
advenio, advenire, adveni (4) to come to, reach, arrive
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi (1) to build
ager, agri (m) field
ago, agere, egi (3) to do, drive
alii...alii some...others
alius, a, um (an)other
altus, a, um tall, high
ambulo, ambulare, ambulavi (1) to walk
amicus, i (m) friend
amo, amare, amavi (1) to like, love
ancilla, ae (f) slavewoman
annus, i (m) year
antiquus,a,um old, ancient
aperio, aperire, aperui (4) to open
appareo, apparere, apparui (3) to appear
appropinquo, appropinquare, appropinquavi (1) to approach
aqua, ae (f) water
arbor, arboris (f) tree
arripio, arripere, arripui (3) to snatch, grab hold of
attonitus, a, um astonished
audio, audire, audivi (4) to hear
aureus, a, um gold, golden
auris, is ear
aut...aut either...or
autem however
auxilium, i (n) help
avis, avis bird
bellum, i (n) war
bene well
bonus, a, um good
cado, cadere, cecidi (3) to fall
caelum, i (n) sky
canis, is (m/f) dog
canto, cantare, cantavi (1) to sing
capillus, i (m) hair
capio, capere, cepi (3) to capture, grab
caput, capitis (n) head
celeriter quickly
cena, ae (f) dinner
ceno, cenare, cenavi (1) to dine, eat dinner
ceteri, ae, a others, the rest
civis, is (m) citizen
clamo, clamare, clamavi (1) to shout
clarus, a, um clear, famous
claudo, claudere, clausi (3) to close, shut
cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi (3) to recognize
conspicio, conspicere, conspexi (3) to catch sight of
constituo, constituere, constitui (3) to decide
contentus, a, um content
contra against
convenio, convenire, conveni (4) to come together
corpus, corporis (n) body
cubiculum, i (n) bedroom, room
cum with, when
cupio, cupere, cupivi (3) to desire, want
cur why
curo, curare, curavi (1) to care for
curro, currere, cucurri (3) to run
custodio, custodire, custodivi (4) to guard
custos, custoditis (m) guard
de about, concerning
dea, ae (f) goddess
decem ten
decimus, a, um tenth
deinde then, next
descendo, descendere, descendi (3) to go down, climb down
desidero, desiderare, desideravi (1) to desire, want
deus, i (m) god
dico, dicere, dixi (3) to say, tell
dies, diei (m) day
discedo, discedere, discessi (3) to go away, depart
diu for a long time
do, dare, dedi (1) to give
domus, us (f) house, home
donum, i (n) gift
dormio, dormire, dormivi (4) to sleep
duco, ducere, duxi (3) to lead
dum while, when
duo, a, um two
duodecim twelve
duodeviginti eighteen
dux, ducis (m) leader
e, ex out of
ecce look
effugio, effugere, effugi (3) to run away, flee, escape
ego I
eius, a, um his, her, its
eo, ire, i(v)i (irreg) to go
epistula, ae (1) letter
equus, i (m) horse
erat (s)he, it was
erro, errare, erravi (1) to wander, make a mistake
et and
eum, eam, id him, her, it
excito, excitare, excitavi (1) to wake up, rouse
exclamo, exclamare, exclamavi (1) to shout, exclaim
exeo, exire, exi(v)i (irreg) to go out, leave
exerceo, exercere, exercui (3) to exercise, train
exspecto, exspectare, exspectavi (1) to wait for, look out for
fabula, ae (f) story
facies, ei (f) face
facio, facere, feci (3) to make, do
fama, ae (f) fame, reputation
familia, ae (f) family, household
femina, ae (f) woman
fenestra, ae (f) window
fero, ferre, tuli (irreg) to bring, carry
festino, festinare, festinavi (1) to hurry
filia, ae (f) daughter
filius, i (m) son
firmus, a, um firm, hard
flumen, fluminis river
forma, ae (f) form, shape
formo, formare, formavi (1) to form, shape
forte by chance
fortis, is, e strong, brave
forum, i (n) forum
frater, fratris (m) brother
fugio, fugere, fugi (3) to flee, run away
furtim stealthily, sneakily
gemma, ae (f) gems
gladius, i (m) sword
gratia, ae (f) favor, thanks
habeo, habere, habui (2) to have, hold
habito, habitare, habitavi (1) to live
hic, haec, hoc this, these
hodie today
homo, hominis (m) man, human
honor, honoris honor
hora, ae (f) hour
horribilis, is, e horrible, terrible
hostis, is (m) enemy
iaceo, iacere, iacui (2) to lie down
iacio, iacere, ieci (3) to throw
iam now, already
ibi there
igitur therefore
in in(to), on(to)
incipio, incipere, incepi (3) to begin
iniuria, iniuriae (f) injury, injustice
inquit says, said
inspicio, inspicere, inspexi (3) to inspect, examine
inter between, among
intro, intrare, intravi (1) to enter
invenio, invenire, inveni (4) to find, come upon
invidiosus, a, um jealous
ipse, ipsa, ipsum himself, herself, itself
ira, ae (f) anger
iratus, a, um angry
is, ea, id he, she, it
ita thus, in this way
itaque and (so), therefore
iter, itineris (n) journey
iterum again
iubeo, iubere, iussi (2) to order
iudex, iudicis (m) judge
iudicium, i (n) judgement
iuvenis, iuvenis (m) young man, youth
laboro, laborare, laboravi (1) to work
lacrima, ae (f) tear
laetus, a, um happy
laudo, laudare, laudavi (1) to praise
lavo, lavare, lavi (1) to wash
lectus, i (m) bed, couch
lego, legere, legi (3) to read
lente slowly
liber, liberi (m) child
liber, libri (m) book
liberta, libertae (f) freedwoman
libero, libertare, libertavi (1) to free
libertus, liberti (m) freedman
longus, a, um long, tall
ludus, i (m) school, game
lux, lucis (f) light
magnus, a, um big, great, large
malum, i (n) apple
malus, a, um bad
maneo, manere, mansi (2) to remain, stay
manus, us (f) hand
mater, matri (f) mother
matrimonium, i (n) marriage
me me
medius, a, um middle
meus, a, um my
mihi to me, for me
miles, milites (m) soldier
miser, misera, miserum sad, unhappy, miserable
mitto, mittere, misi (3) to send
mons, montis (m) mountain
monstro, monstrare, monstravi (1) to show
monstrum, i (n) monster
mora, ae (f) delay
mortuus, a, um dead
moveo, movere, movi (2) to move
mox soon
multus, a, um many
muto, mutare, mutavi (1) to change
narro, narrare, narravi (1) to tell (a story)
nasus, i (m) nose
navigo, navigare, navigavi (1) to sail
navis, navis (f) ship
necesse est it is necessary
neco, necare, necavi (1) to kill
neque..neque neither..nor
nihil nothing
noceo, nocere, nocui (2) to harm
nolo, nolle, nolui (irreg) to not wish, not want
nomen, nominis (n) name
non not
nonus, a, um ninth
nos we, us
noster, nostra, nostrum our
novem nine
novus, a, um new
nox, noctis (f) night
nullus, a, um no
numquam never
nunc now
nuntius, i (m) messenger
nympha, ae (f) nymph
observo, observare, observavi (1) to observe, watch
octavus, a, um eighth
octo eight
oculus, i (m) eye
olim once (upon a time)
omnis, is, e all, everyone
optimus, a, um excellent, the best
parens, parentis (m) parent
paro, parare, paravi (1) to prepare, get ready
parvus, a, um small, little
pater, patris (m) father
paucis, is, e few, a little
paulisper in a short time
pecunia, ae (f) money
pessimus, a, um the worst, horrible
per through
periculum, i (n) danger
perterritus, a, um terrified, frightened
pervenio, pervenire, perveni (4) to reach, come through
pes, pedis (f) foot
peto, petere, petivi (3) to look for, seek
pono, ponere, posui (3) to put, place
porta, ae (f) gate
porto, portare, portavi (1) to carry
portus, us (m) harbor, port
possum, posse, potui (irreg) to be able, can
post after, behind
postea afterwards
postquam after
primus, a, um first
procedo, procedere, processi (3) to proceed, go forward
profundus, a, um deep, profound
promitto, promittere, promisi (3) to promise
prope near
propter on account of, because of
puella, ae (f) girl
puer, pueri (m) boy
pugno, pugnare, pugnavi (1) to fight
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum beautiful, handsome
punio, punire, punivi (4) to punish
quamquam although
quartus, a, um fourth
quattuor four
quattuordecim fourteen
qui, quae, quod who, which, that
quid what
quidam, quaedam, quoddam certain
quietus, a, um quiet
quindecim fifteen
quinque five
quintus, a, um fifth
quis who
quod because
quoque also
redeo, redire, redivi (irreg) to go back, return
referro, referre, retuli (irreg) to bring back
regina, ae (f) queen
regnum, i (n) kingdom
repeto, repetere, repetivi (3) to repeat, look again
res, rei (m) thing, matter, situation
respondeo, respondere, respondi (3) to respond, answer
rex, regis (m) king
rideo, ridere, risi (2) to laugh, smile
rogo, rogare, rogavi (1) to ask
sacer, sacra, sacrum sacred, holy
salve hello, greetings
saxum, i (n) rock
scribo, scribere, scripsi (3) to write
se himself, herself, itself, themselves
secundus, a, um second
sed but
sedecim sixteen
sedeo, sedere, sedi (2) to sit
senex, senis (m) old man
septem seven
septendecim seventeen
septimus, a, um seventh
serva, ae (f) slave
servo, servare, servavi (1) to save
servus, i (m) slave
sex six
sextus, a, um sixth
si if
sic thus, so, in this way
silva, ae (f) forest, woods
similis, is, e similar (to)
sine without
solus, a, um alone
somnus, i (n) sleep
soror, sororis (f) sister
specto, spectare, spectavi (1) to look at, watch
statim immediately
statua, ae (f) statue
sto, stare, steti (1) to stand
sub under
subito suddenly
sum, esse, fui (irreg) to be
super above, over
superbus, a, um proud, arrogant
surgo, surgere, surrexi (3) to rise, get up
suus, a, um his own, her own, its own
taceo, tacere, tacui (2) to be quiet
tamen however
tandem at last
tantus, a, um so big, so great
taurus, i (m) bull
te you
templum, i (n) temple
tempus, temporis (n) time
tempto, temptare, temptavi (1) to try
teneo, tenere, tenui (2) to hold
terra, ae (f) land, earth, ground
terribilis, is, e terrible
tertius, a, um third
tibi to you, for you
timeo, timere, timui (2) to fear, be afraid
timidus, a, um frightened, afraid
toga, ae (f) toga
tollo, tollere, sustuli (3) to raise
totus, a, um all, the whole
trado, tradere, tradidi (3) to hand over
traho, trahere, traxi (3) to drag
trans across
tredecim thirteen
tres three
tristis, is, e sad
tu you
tum then
tuus, a, um your
ubi when, where
undecim eleven
undeviginti nineteen
unus, a, um one
urbs, urbis (f) city
uxor, uxoris (f) wife
valde very, greatly
venio, venire, veni (4) to come
ventus, us (m) wind
verbum, i (n) word, verb
vester, vestra, vestrum your
vexo, vexare, vexavi (1) to annoy
via, ae (f) road, way
video, videre, vidi (2) to see
viginti twenty
villa, ae (1) country house
vinco, vincere, vici (3) to conquer, win
vir, viri (m) man
voco, vocare, vocavi (1) to call
volo, velle, volui (irreg) to wish, want
volo, volare, volavi (1) to fly
vos you
vox, vocis (f) voice
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