Henle Latin Vocabulary, 1st Year

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particle used in questions

absum, abesse, afui, afuturus, intr; ab w. abl.

am away, am distant

acies, aciei

battle line

adventus, us

arrival, coming

agmen, agminis

column (of soldiers); army (on the march)

ago, agere, egi, actus, 3, tr.

drive, do, act, treat

agunt

they give (w. gratias)

alienus, a, um

unfavorable, another's foreign

altus, a, um

high, deep

amicus, i

friend

angustus, a, um

narrow

arma, armorum

arms

atque (ac), conj.

and

audio, 4, tr.

hear

audivit

he, she, it heard

autem (conj, postpositive)

however

bellum, i

war

bonus, a, um

good

brevis, e

short

caedes, caedis

slaughter

caelum, i

sky

Caesar, Caesaris

Caesar

castra, castrorum

camp

cedo, cedere, cessi, cessurus, 3, intr.

give way, yield

centurio, centurionis

a centurion

Christianus, a, um

Christian

Christianus, i

Christian

Christus, i

Christ

clamor, clamoris

shouting, shout

collis, collis

hill

colloco, 1 tr.

place, station

communis, e

common

compleo, complere, complevi, competus, 2, tr.

fill (with) w. abl.

contendo, contendere, contendi, 3, intr.

strive, content, hasten

convenio, convenire, conveni, conventum, 4, intr.

come together, assemble

copia, ae

supply, abundance

copiae, copiarum, f.

troops, forces (a military term)

corpus, corporis, n.

body

cum (prep w. abl)

with

cupidus, a, um, (w. gen.)

eager, desirous

cur, adv.

why?

de, prep. w. abl.

concerning, about

dederunt

they gave

dedit

he, she, it gave

defendo, defendere, defendi, defensus, 3, tr.

defend

Deus, Dei

God

difficilis, e

difficult

do, dare, dedi, datus, 1, tr.

give

dominus, i

master, Lord

duco, ducere, duxi, ductus, 3, tr.

lead, guide

dux, ducis

leader

ego, mei

I

enim, conj., postp.

for

eques, equitis

horseman (pl., calvary)

equitatus, us

cavalry

erant

they were

erat

he, she, it was

et (conjunction)

and

et...et

both...and

etiam, adv.

also

exercitus, us

army

facilis, e

easy

fecerunt

they made

fides, fedei

faith, reliability, faithfulness

filius, i

son

fines, finium, m.

territory

finitimus, a, um (w. dat)

neighboring, next

flumen, fluminis

river

fortis, e

brave, strong

fortiter, adv.

bravely, strongly

frater, fratris (fratrum)

brother

frumentum, i

grain (pl. crops)

Gallia, ae

Gaul

Gallus, i

a Gaul

gens, gentis

tribe

gero, gerere, gessi, gestus, 3, tr.

carry, carry on, wage (w. bellum)

gladius, i

sword

gloria, ae

fame, glory

gratia, ae

favor, influence, grace (in Christian Latin)

gratiae, gratiarum

thanks

gravis, e

heavy, severe, serious

habeo, 2, tr.

have

hiberna, hibernorum

winter quarters

homo, hominis

man

hostis, hostis

enemy (in war)

ibi, adv.

therefore, and so

impedimenta, impedimentorum

baggage, baggage train

imperator, imperatoris

commander

imperium, i

command, power, empire

impetus, us

attack

in (prep w.abl)

in, on

in (prep w.acc)

in, into, against, upon, on

in principio

in the beginning

in saecula saeculorum

world without end, forever

incolunt

they inhabit

inopia, ae

scarcity, want

instruo, instruere, instruxi, instructus, 3, tr.

draw up, equip

interim, adverb

meanwhile

is, ea, id

he, she, it

itaque (conj)

therefore, and so

iter, itineris, n.

journey, march, route

Jesus, u

Jesus

laudant

they praise

laudare

to praise

laudat

he, she, it praises

laudatus

having been praised

laudavi

I praised

laudo, 1, tr.

I praise

legio, legionis, f.

legion

lex, legis

law

litterae, litterarum

letter (i.e., an epistle), dispatch

locus, i (pl., loca, locorum)

place

longe, adv.

far, by far

longus, a, um

long

lux, lucis

light

magnus, a, um

great, large

malus, a, um

bad

maneo, manere, mansi, mansurus, 2, intr.

remain

Maria, ae

Mary

mater, matris (matrum)

mother

metus, us

fear

miles, militis

soldier

mitto, mittere, misi, missus, 3, tr.

send

moneo, 2, tr.

warn, advise

mons, montis, m.

mountain

mors, mortis

death

moveo, movere, movi, motus, 2, tr.

move

multus, a, um

much (pl. many)

mundus, i

world

munio, 4, tr.

fortify, construct (w. viam or vias)

muniverunt

they fortified, they constructed (w. viam or vias)

murus, i

wall

nauta, ae

sailor

neque, conj.

nor, and...not

nobilis, e

noble, renowned

nomen, nominis

name

non (adverb)

not

nos, nostri

we

numerus, i

number

nunc (adverb)

now

occiderunt

they killed

occupo, 1, tr.

seize

occupugno, 1, tr.

attack, assault

omnis, e

all, every

oppidum, i

town

orant

they pray

orat

he, she, it prays

oratio, orationis

speech, prayer

oro, 1, tr.

beg, pray

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