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LAT101 Vocab

1st person sg. ... "I" -o, -m
2nd person sg. ..."you" -s
3rd person sg. ..."he/she/it" -t
1st person pl. ..."we" -mus
2nd person pl. ..."you all" -tis
3rd person pl. ..."they" -nt
2nd person imperative pl -ate, -ete
2nd person imperative sg -a, -e
"me, myself" me
"what" quid
"nothing" nihil
"not" non
"often" saepe
"if" si
"to love, like" amare
"to think, ponder, consider, plan" cogitare
"to owe; ought, must should" debere
"to give, offer" dare
"to wander; err, go astray, make a mistake, be mistaken" errare
"to praise" laudare
"to advise, warn, remind" monere
"to be in good health, to be well" salvere
"to preserve, save, keep, gaurd" servare
"to preserve, conserve, maintain" conservare
"to frighten, terrify" terrere
"to be strong, have power, be well" valere
"to see; observe, understand" videre
"to call, summon" vocare
1st declension sg. nominative -a
1st declension sg. genitive -ae
1st declension sg. dative -ae
1st declension sg. accusative -am
1st declension sg. ablative -a
1st declension pl. nominative -ae
1st declension pl. genitive -arum
1st declension pl. dative -is
1st declension pl. accusative -as
1st declension pl. ablative -is
1st declension sg. vocative -a
1st declension pl. vocative -ae
"rumor, report; fame reputation" fama
"form, shape; beauty" forma
"fortune, luck" fortuna
"anger, ire" ira
"sailor" nauta
"country, fatherland" patria
"money" pecunia
"philosophy" philosophia
"penalty, punishment" poena
"poet" poeta
"gate, entrance" porta
"girl" puella
"rose" rosa
"feeling, thought, opinion, vote, sentence" sententia
"life; mode of life" vita
"ancient, old-time" antiquus, antiqua, antiquum
"large, great; important" magnus, magna, magnum
"much many" multus, multa, multum
"your" sg. tuus, tua, tuum
"and, even, both" et
"but" sed
"Oh..." O
"without" sine
"is" est
2nd declension male sg. nominative -us, -er, -ir
2nd declension male sg. genitive -i
2nd declension male sg. dative -o
2nd declension male sg. accusative -um
2nd declension male sg. ablative -o
2nd declension male sg. vocative -e, -er, -ir
2nd declension male pl. nominative -i
2nd declension male pl. genitive -orum
2nd declension male pl. dative -is
2nd declension male pl. accusative -os
2nd declension male pl. ablative -is
2nd declension pl. vocative -i
"field, farm" ager
"farmer" agricola
"friend" amicus, amica
"woman" femina
"daughter" filia
"son" filius
"number" numerus
"the people, a people, a nation" populus
"boy, pl: boys, children" puer
"wisdom" sapientia
"man, hero" vir
"greedy, avaricious" avarus, avara, avarum
"a few, few" pauci, paucae, pauca
"Roman" Romanus, Romana, Romanum
"down from, from; concerning, about" de
"in, on" in
"today" hodie
"always" semper
"to have, hold, possess; consider, regard" habere
"to satisfy, sate" satiare
2nd declension neuter sg. nom. -um
2nd declension neuter sg. gen. -i
2nd declension neuter sg. dat. -o
2nd declension neuter sg. acc. -um
2nd declension neuter sg. abl. -o
2nd declension neuter sg. voc. -um
2nd declension neuter pl. nom. -a
2nd declension neuter pl. gen. -orum
2nd declension neuter pl. dat. -is
2nd declension neuter pl. acc. -a
2nd declension neuter pl. abl. -is
2nd declension neuter pl. voc. -a
"kiss" basium
"war" bellum
"plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgment, wisdom" consilium
"care, attention, caution, anxiety" cura
"gift, present" donum
"destruction, ruin" exitium
"schoolmaster/schoolmistress, teacher, master/mistress" magister, magistra
"delay" mora
"eye" oculus
"duty, service" officium
"leisure, peace" otium
"danger, risk" periculum
"cure, remedy" remedium
"pretty, handsome, charming" bellus, bella, bellum
"good, kind" bonus, bona, bonum
"pertaining to man, human; hamane, kind; refined, cultivated" humanus, humana, humanum
"bad, wicked, evil" malus, mala, malum
"small, little" parvus, parva, parvum
"a fool" stultus
"foolish" stultus, stulta, stultum
"true, real, proper" verus, vera, verum
"to help, aid, assist; please" iuvare
"I am..." sum
"you are..." es
"he (she, it) is, there is..." est
"we are..." sumus
"you all are..." estis
"they are, there are..." sunt
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