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This set is for Latin Students at Rivendell Study Center only.

amo, are, avi, atum

to love, like

canto, are, avi, atum

to sing

laboro, are, avi, atum

to work

navigo, are, avi, atum

to sail

oppugno, are, avi, atum

to attack

ambulo, are, avi, atum

to walk

aro, are, avi, atum

to plow

habito, are, avi, atum

to live, dwell

porto, are, avi, atum

to carry

rogo, are, avi, atum

to ask

regno, are, avi, atum

to rule

voco, are, avi, atum

to call

agricola, agricolae

farmer (m)

femina, feminae

woman (f)

Graecia, Graeciae

Greece (f)

incola, incolae

settler (m)

insula, insulae

island (f)

nauta, nautae

sailor (m)

patria, patriae

fatherland, country

poeta, poetae

poet (m)

puella, puellae

girl (f)

regina, reginae

queen (f)

terra, terrae

earth, land (f)

Troia, Troiae

Troy (f)

pulcher, a, um

beautiful

amica, amicae

female friend (f)

ancilla, ancillae

maid-servant (f)

cena, cenae

dinner (f)

culina, culinae

kitchen (f)

fabula, fabulae

story (f)

filia, filiae

daughter (f)

pupa, pupae

doll (f)

rosa, rosae

rose (f)

stella, stellae

star (f)

aedifico, are, avi, atum

to build

specto, are, avi, atum

to look at, watch

ager, agri

field (m)

amicus, amici

male friend (m)

auxilium, auxilii

aid, help (m)

bellum, belli

war (n)

donum, doni

gift, (n)

equus, equi

horse (m)

germanus, germani

brother (m)

humus, humi

ground (f)

liberi, liberorum

children (m)

oppidum, oppidi

town (n)

puer, pueri

boy (m)

socius, socii

ally (m)

vir, viri

man (m)

do dare, dedi, datum

to give

monstro, are, avi, atum

to show

narro, are, avi, atum

to tell

pugno, are, avi, atum

to fight

servo, are, avi, atum

to take care of, guard, protect

deus, dei

god(m)

flamma, flammae

Flame

scutum, scuti

shield

signum, signi

sign

templum, templi

temple

creo, are, avi, atum

to create, make

iuvo, are, avi, atum

to help

opto, are, avi, atum

to wish for, desire

salto, are, avi, atum

to dance, leap

sum, esse, fui, futurum

to be

aeneus, a, um

bronze

bonus, a, um

good

magnus, a, um

big, great

multus, a, um

many

pius, a um

pius devout

sacer, a, um

sacred, holy

tutus, a, um

protected, safe

tum

then (t)

quoque

also

clamo, are, avi, atum

to shout

desidero, are, avi, atum

to desire, wish

exerceo, exercere, exercui, exercitum

to train

habeo, habere, abui, habitum

to have, hold, consider

moneo, monere, monui, monitum

to warn

neco, are, avi, atum

to kill

paro, are, avi, atum

to prepare, get ready

terreo, terrere, terrui, territum

to scare, frighten

video, videre, vidi, visum

to see

vulnero, are, avi, atum

to wound

laetus, a, um

happy

validus, a, um

strong

vivus, a , um

living, alive

vulneratus, a, um

wounded

deinde

then (d)

arma, armorum

weapons, arms (n)

carrus, carri

wagon, cart, chariot (m)

copiae, copiarum

troops (f)

frumentum, frumenti

grain (n)

gaudium, gaudii

joy (n)

gratia, gratiae

thanks, gratitude (n)

regia, regiae

palace (f)

studium, studii

zeal, eagerness (n)

careo, carere, carui, caritutum

to be without

libero, are, avi, atum

to free

ludifico, are, avi, atum

to fool

prohiveo, prohibere, prohibui, prohibitum

to keep back, prevent

mortuus, a, um

dead

optimus, a, um

best

corpus, corporis

body (n)

caput, capitis

head (n)

ferrum, ferri

iron, sword

iter, itineris

journey (n)

iuvenis, iuvenis

youth, young man (m/f)

mater, matris

mother (f)

pater, patris

father (m)

rex, regis

king (m)

ripa, ripae

river bank, shore (f)

rivus, rivi

river (m)

uxor, uxoris

wife (f)

tyrannus, tyranni

king, tyrant (m)

deleo, delere, delevi, deletum

to destroy

nato, natare, natavi, natatum

to swim

servo, servare, servavi, servatum

to guard, save

tempto, temptare, temptavi, temptatum

to try, attempt

timeo, timere, timui

to be afraid, fear

timidus,a,um

afraid

etiam

also, even

castra, castromrum

camp (n) pl

miles, militis

soldier (m)

scriba, scribae

clerk: scribe (m(

toga, togae

toga (f)

curro, currere, cucurri, cursum

to run

circumdo, circumdare, circumdedi, circumdatum

to surround

dico, dicere, dixi, dictum

to speak, say, tell

gero, gerere, gessi, gestum

to wear

mitto, mittere, misi, missum

to send

peto, petere, petivi, petitum

to aim at, attack, seek

pono, ponere, posui, positum

to put, place

probo, probare, probavi, probatum

to approve

teneo, tenere, tunui, tentum

to hold

dux, ducis

leader (m)

familia, familae

family (f)

flumen, fluminis

river (n)

legatus, legati

officer, lieutenant (m)

obses, obsidis

hostage (m)

pax, pacis

peace (f)

periculum, periculi

danger (n)

statua, statuae

statue (f)

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