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a, ab + ablative

from by

absum, abesse, afui

be out, be absent, be away, be distant

abhinc

ago

ac, atque

and

accedo, -ere, accessi, accessus

approach, advance

accido, -ere, accidi

happen

accipio, -ere, accepi, acceptus

accept, take in , receive

accuso, -are, -avi, -atus

accuse

accusator, -oris (m)

prosecutor, accuser

acer, acris, acre

keen, sharp, fierce

acies, acie(f)

line, battle line, army

ad + accusative

to, towards, at, about, near

addo, -ere, addidi, additus

add, join

adeo

so much, so greatly

adsum, adesse, adfui

be here, be present

adhuc

till now, still

adiuvo, -are, adiuvi, adiutus

help

adulescens, -entis (m, f)

a youth

adulescentia, -ae (f)

youth, young manhood

adventus, -us (m)

arrival, approach

adversus + accusative

opposite, against, contrary to

aedis, -is (f)

temple

aedes, -ium (f.pl.)

house

aedifico, -are, -avi, -atus

build

aedificium, -i(n)

building

aequus, -a, -um

equal, fair, favourable, calm

aes, aeris (n)

bronze, copper

aestas, -tatis (f)

summer

aetas, -tatis (f)

age

affero, -ferre, attuli, allatus

bring, report, contribute

ager, agr(m)

field, land

ago, agere, egi, actus

do, act, drive

agmen, -inis (n)

column of men, procession

agnosco, -ere, agnovi, agnitus

recognise

agricola, -ae (m)

farmer

ait

she / he says

ala, -ae (f)

wing

alienus, -a, -um

belonging to someone else, another's

aliquis

someone

aliquid

something

alius, -a, aliud

other, another, else

alter, -a, -um

the other, another, a second, the second

altus, -a, -um

high, deep

amo, -are, amavi, amatus

love, like

amor, -oris (m)

love

ambulo, -are, -avi

walk

amicitia, -ae (f)

friendship

amicus, -(m)

friend

amitto, -ere, amisi, amissus

lose

amplus, -a, -um

great, ample, abundant, glorious

animadverto, -ere, -verti, -versus

notice, take notice of

animus, -(m)

spirit, soul, mind

annus, -(m)

year

ante + accusative

before, in front of

antequam

before

antiquus, -a, -um

ancient

aperio, -ire, aperui, apertus

open

appareo, -ere, -parui

appear

appello, -are, -avi, -atus

call, address, name

appropinquo, -are, -av+ dative

approach, come near to

apud + accusative

among, at the house of, according to

aqua, -ae (f)

water

ara, -ae (f)

altar

arbitror, -ari, -atus sum

think

arbor, -oris (f)

tree

arcesso, -ere, -cessivi, -cessitus

summon, send for

argentum, -(n)

silver

arma, -orum (n.pl.)

arms, weapons, armour

armatus, -a, -um

armed

arripio, -ere, -ripui, -reptus

snatch, seize

ars, artis (f)

art, skill

arx, arcis (f)

citadel

ascendo, -ere, ascendi, ascensus

climb

assiduus, -a, -um

continual

Athenae, -arum (f.pl.)

Athens

attingo, -ere, attigi, attactus

touch, reach

attonitus, -a, -um

astonished

auctoritas, -tatis (f)

authority

audacia, -ae (f)

boldness, bravery, audacity

audax, audacis

bold, daring

audeo, -ere, ausus sum

dare

audio, -ire, audivi, auditus

hear, listen to

aufero, -ferre, abstuli, ablatus

take away, carry off

augeo, augere, auxi, auctus

increase

aureus, -a, -um

golden

aurum, -(n)

gold

aut

or, either

auxilium, -i(n)

help

barbarus, -a, -um

foreign, barbarian

beatus, -a, -um

prosperous, wealthy

bellum, -(n)

war

beneficium, -i(n)

kindness

bibo, -ere, bibi

drink

bonus, -a, -um

good

bos, bovis (m or f)

ox, cow

brevis, breve

short, brief

Britannia, -ae (f)

Britain

Britannus, -(m)

a Briton

cado, -ere, cecidi, casus

fall

caedo, -ere, cecidi, caesus

kill

caedes, --is (f)

slaughter, killing

caelum, -(n)

sky, heaven

callidus, -a, -um

clever, cunning, shrewd

campus, -(m)

plain, field

candidatus, -(m)

candidate

canis, -is (m)

dog

capio, -ere, cepi, captus

take, catch, capture, choose

caput, capitis (n)

head

careo, -ere, caru+ ablative

lack, be without

carus, -a, -um

dear

castra, -orum (n.pl.)

camp

casus, -us (m)

misfortune, chance

causa, -ae (f)

cause, reason, case

causa + genitive

for the sake of

cedo, -ere, cessi

give in, give way

celo, -are, -avi, celatus

hide

celer, celeris, celere

quick

cena, -ae (f)

dinner

ceno, -are, -avi, -atus

dine

censeo, -ere, censui, census

estimate, value, propose, think

centurio, -onis (m)

centurion

cerno, -ere, crevi, cretus

perceive, decide

certiorem facio

inform

certus, -a, -um

certain

ceteri, -ae, -a

the rest, the others

cibus, -(m)

food

circum + accusative

around

civis, -is (m)

citizen

civitas, -tatis (f)

citizenship, state, city

clades, -is (f)

disaster, loss, defeat

clamo, -are, -avi, -atus

shout, exclaim, proclaim

clamor, -oris (m)

shout, uproar, noise

clarus, -a, -um

clear, famous, distinguished

classis, -is (f)

class, fleet

claudo, -ere, clausi, clausus

close, block, complete

coepi, coepisse, coeptus

began

cogito, -are, -avi, -atus

think, consider

cognosco, -ere, cognovi, cognitus

get to know, find out, learn

cogo, -ere, coegi, coactus

force, compel, drive, assemble

cohors, -ortis (f)

cohort, company

colo, -ere, colui, cultus

cultivate, worship, honour

collis, -is (m)

hill

comes, -itis (m)

comrade, companion

comitia, -ae (f)

assembly

committo, -ere, -misi, -missus

commit, fight

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