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adeo, adire, adii, aditum
to go to, approach
adhuc
so far, till now, still
adiuvo, -are, adiuvi, adiutum
to help
adoro, -are, -avi, -atum
to entreat, worship
agere de (+ Abl)
to discuss
agito, -are, -avi, -atum
to drive, excite, move
agmen, agminis (n)
column, army on the march
ala, alae (f)
wing
aliter (adv)
otherwise
amitto, -ere, amisi, amissum
to lose
animadverto, -ere, -verti, -versum
to notice
arcesso, -ere, -ivi, -itum
to send for
augeo, -ere, auxi, auctum
to increase
bis
twice
brevis, -is, -e
short
cado, -ere, cecidi, casum
to fall
campus, -i (m)
plain
castellum, -i (n)
fort
casus, -us (m)
fall, event
catena, -ae (f)
chain
celer, celeris, celere
fast, swift
celeritas, celeritatis (f)
speed
certamen, certaminis (n)
contest
certo
certainly
certus, -a, -um
definite, sure, fixed
claudo, -ere, clausi, clausum
to close, shut
coepi, -isse
to begin
cogo, -ere, coegi, coactum
to force, compel
colligo, -ere, collegi, collectum
to gather, collect
collis, collis (m)
hill
colloco, -are, -avi, -atum
to place
committo, -ere, commisi, commissum
to join, commit, entrust
commodus, -a, -um
suitable
comparo, -are, -avi, -atum
to procure, to obtain
comprehendo, -ere, -hendi, -hensum
to seize, arrest
condo, -ere, condidi, conditum
to build, found, hide
conduco, -ere, conduxi, conductum
to hire
conficio, -ere, confeci, confectum
to finish, complete
coniuratio, coniurationis (f)
conspiracy
conor, -ari, conatus sum
to try
consido, -ere, consedi, consessum
to sit down
consisto, -ere, -stiti
to stand, halt
constat (impersonal)
it is agreed
contendo, -ere, contendi, contentum
to hurry
convenio, -ire, conveni, conventum
to meet, assemble
convoco, -are, -avi, atum
to call together,
decerno, -ere, -crevi, -cretum
to settle a dispute, decree
decipio, -ere, decepi, deceptum
to deceive, disappoint
dedo, -ere, dedidi, deditum
to give up, surrender
defessus, -a, -um
weary, tired
delecto, -are, -avi, -atum
to charm, delight
deligo, -ere, delegi, delectum
to choose, select
demitto, -ere, demisi, demissum
to let down
demum (adv)
at length, at last
depono, -ere, deposui, depositum
to lay down, set aside
desidero, -are, -avi, -atum
to desire, long for
desilio, -ire, desilui, desultum
to leap down, jump down
desum, -esse, -fui (+ Dat)
to be lacking
discedo, -ere, discessi, discessum (a +Abl)
to leave, depart
disco, -ere, didici
to learn
dolus, -i (m)
trick, deceit
domum
homewards
duodeviginti
eighteen
edo, -ere, edi, esum
to eat
efficio, -ere, effeci, effectum
to bring about
egredior, egredi, egressus sum
to go out
erro, -are, -avi, -atum
to wander, stray, err
evado, -ere, evasi, evasum
to escape
evenit (impersonal)
it happens, happened
exercitus, -us (m)
army
exiguus, -a, -um
scanty, small
exstruo, -ere, -struxi, -structum
to raise up
extra (+ Acc)
outside
facies, faciei (f)
appearance, face
factum, -i (n)
deed
fames, famis (f)
hunger
felicitas, felicitatis, (f)
happiness, good luck
fere (adv)
almost
ferme (adv)
almost, approximately
fingo, -ere, finxi, fictum
to mould, imagine
finis, finis (m)
end; (pl) territory
fio, fieri, factus sum
to become, happen, be made
for, fari, fatus sum
to speak
fortitudo, fortitudinis (f)
bravery, courage, strength
frustra
in vain
fumus, -i (m)
smoke
furor, -oris (m)
madness, fury
gemitus, -us (m)
groan
gratus, -a, -um
pleasing
hasta, -ae (f)
spear
haud (adv)
not, by no means
humi
on the ground
iaceo, -ere, iacui
to lie
ianua, -ae (f)
door
idcirco (adv)
therefore
idoneus, -a, -um
suitable
ignavus, -a, -um
idle, cowardly
ignotus, -a, -um
unknown
illac (adv)
by that route
illic (adv)
there, then
illuc (adv)
to that place
imber, -bris (m)
rain, shower
immo (adv)
in fact, on the contrary
imus, -a, -um
lowest, bottom
incipio, -ere, incepi, inceptum
to begin
incito, -are, -avi, -atum
to excite, urge on
incolumis, -e
safe, unharmed
indignor, -ari, indignatus sum
to be angry
indignus, -a, -um (+ Abl)
unworthy of
induo, -ere, -ui, -utum
to put on
infra (adv)
below
ingenium, -i (n)
ability
iniquus, -a, -um
unjust
inopia, -ae (f)
lack, scarcity, want
inquam
I say
insignis, -e
distinguished
interdiu (adv)
by day
interdum (adv)
sometimes
interim (adv)
meanwhile
intra (+ Acc)
inside
intro, -are, -avi, -atum
to go in, enter
inutilis, -e
useless
invenio, -ire, inveni, inventum
to find, find out
invitus, -a, -um
against one's will, reluctant
iucundus, -a, -um
pleasant, delightful
iuro, -are, -avi, -atum
to swear
laedo, -ere, laesi, laesum
to harm
laevus, -a, -um
left
lapis, lapidis (m)
stone
lateo, -ere, -ui
to lie hidden
latus, -a, -um
wide, broad
latus, lateris (n)
side
laudo, -are, -avi, -atum
to praise
lego, -ere, legi, lectum
read
letum, -i (n)
death
levis, -e
light
libero, -are, -avi, -atum
to free, set free
licet
it is allowed
luctus, -us (m)
grief, sorrow
maestus, -a, -um
sad, sorrowful
magis (adv)
more
magnus, -a, -um
great, big
maior, maius
bigger, greater
maiores, -um (m. pl)
elders, ancestors
malo, malle, malui
to prefer
mando, -are, -avi, -atum
to entrust
mane
in the morning, early
manus, -us (f)
hand; band (of men)
melior, melius
better
memoro, -are, -avi, -atum
to tell a story, speak
meta, -ae (f)
goal, turning point
metuo, -ere, -ui
to fear
mille, milia
thousand, thousands
minor, -ari, minatus sum
to threaten
minor, minus
smaller
misereor, -i, miseritus sum (+ Gen)
to feel pity
misericordia, -ae (f)
pity, compassion
moenia, -ium (n. pl)
city walls, fortifications
mollis, -is, -e
soft
mora, -ae (f)
delay
morbus, -i (m)
illness, disease
moror, -ari, moratus sum
to delay
mos, moris (m)
custom, habit; (pl) character, behaviour
mox
soon
munio, -ire, munivi, munitum
to fortify, strengthen; build (road)
nato, -are, -avi, -atum
to swim
negotium, -i (n)
business
neve / neu
and not
nihilominus (adv)
nevertheless
nonaginta
ninety
nubo, -ere, nupsi, nuptum (+ Dat)
to marry
obses, obsidis (c)
hostage
occurro, -ere, occurri, occursum (+ Dat)
to meet
odium, -i (n)
hate, hatred
oportet (impersonal)
it is necessary
oppidum, -i (n)
town
opto, -are, -avi, -atum
to choose, desire
opus, operis (n)
work
oratio, orationis (f)
speech
ordo, -inis (m)
rank, row, line
orior, -iri, ortus sum
to rise
otium, -i (n)
leisure
paene
almost, nearly
paenitet (impersonal)
it is regrettable
palla, -ae (f)
cloak
palus, -udis (f)
marsh
par, paris
equal
parco, -ere, peperci, parsum (+ Dat)
to spare
parum
too little
parvus, -a, -um
little, small
passim (adv)
everywhere
patefacio, -ere, -feci, -factum
to reveal
pateo, -ere, -ui
to lie open, be revealed
patior, pati, passus sum
to suffer, allow
paulatim
gradually
paulisper
for a short time
paulum
a little, somewhat
pavor, -oris (m)
fear
pecus, pecudis (f)
sheep, cattle
peior, peius
worse
pelagus, -i (n)
sea
pello, -ere, pepuli, pulsum
to drive
pendo, -ere, pependi, pensum
to hang
pereo, -ire, perii, peritum
to die, perish
perturbo, -are, -avi, -atum
to disturb, upset, alarm
pervenio, -ire, perveni, perventum
to arrive, reach
piget (impersonal)
it is an annoyance
plerique, pleraeque, pleraque
the majority
poenas dare
to pay the penalty, to be punished
pontus, -i (m)
sea
porro (adv)
then, next
posco, -ere, poposci
to ask for, demand
posterus, -a, -um
next
postulo, -are, -avi, -atum
to demand
potens, potentis
powerful
potestas, potestatis (f)
power, authority
potior, -iri, potitus sum (+ Abl)
to gain possession of
potius (adv)
rather, more
praebeo, -ere, -ui, -itum
to offer, show
praecipue (adv)
especially
praeda, -ae (f)
booty, plunder
praemitto, -ere, praemisi, praemissum
to send in advance
praesertim (adv)
especially
praesidium, -i (n)
garrison, guard, protection
praesto, -are, praestiti (+ Dat)
to excel
praesum, -esse, praefui (+ Dat)
to be in command of
praeterea
moreover, besides
preces, -um (f. pl)
prayers
precor, -ari precatus sum
to pray
probo, -are, -avi, -atum
to approve
proelium, -i (n)
battle
proficiscor, proficisci, profectus sum
to set out
progredior, progredi, progressus sum
to advance
provoco, -are, -avi, -atum
to provoke, challenge
pudet (impersonal)
it is shameful
qualis, -e
what sort of?
quando
when?
quantus, -a, -um
how big?
quasi
as if
quattuor
four
quattuordecim
fourteen
quid agis?
how are you?
quidam, quaedam, quoddam
a certain
quies, quietis (f)
rest, quiet
quindecim
fifteen
quinquaginta
fifty
quinque
five
quintus, -a, -um
fifth
quisquam, quidquam
anyone, anything
quisque, quaeque, quidque
each
quisquis, quidquid
whoever, whatever
quo
where to, whither?
quomodo
how?
quot
how many?
quotiens
how often, whenever
ratio, rationis (f)
method
recte
correctly, properly
renuntio, -are, -avi, -atum
to report
reperio, -ire, repperi, repertum
to find
respicio, -ere, respexi, respectum
to look back
revertor, reverti, reversus sum
to return
rupes, rupis (f)
cliff, rock
rursus
again
rus, ruris (n)
the country
sagitta, -ae, (f)
arrow
salio, -ire, -ui, saltum
to dance, jump
salus, salutis (f)
safety, greeting, health
sane (adv)
clearly
sapientia, -ae (f)
wisdom
scelestus, -a, -um
wicked
scelus, sceleris (n)
crime, wickedness
scilicet (adv)
undoubtedly
scutum, -i (n)
shield
sedecim
sixteen
seges, -etis (f)
cornfield, crop
semel (adv)
once
sententia, -ae (f)
opinion
sentio, -ire, sensi, sensum
to feel
sepelio, -ire, sepelivi, sepultum
to bury
septem
seven
septendecim
seventeen
septimus, -a, -um
seventh
septuaginta
seventy
siccus, -a, -um
dry
sicut
just as
sidus, -eris (n)
star
significo, -are, -avi, -atum
to mean, signify
simul
at the same time
simulo, -are, -avi, -atum
to pretend
sine (+ Abl)
without
sinistra, -ae (f)
left hand
sinus, -us (m)
fold, curve, bay, bosom, lap
sive / seu ... sive / seu
whether ... or
solacium, -i (n)
comfort
sollicitus, -a, -um
worried, troubled
sono, -are, -avi, -atum
to sound, make a noise
sors, sortis (f)
lot, fate
strepitus, -us (m)
noise, din
sub (+ Acc)
close to
sub (+ Abl)
under
superbus, -a, -um
proud, arrogant
superi, -orum (m. pl)
the gods
supero, -are, -avi, -atum
to overcome
supremus, -a, -um
last
suscipio, -ere, suscepi, susceptum
to undertake
suspicio, -ere, suspexi, suspectum
to look up at
sustineo, -ere, sustinui, sustentum
to hold up, uphold, maintain
taedet (impersonal)
it is tiresome
tantus, -a, -um
so great, so big
tardus, -a, -um
slow, late
tenebrae, -arum (f. pl)
darkness, underworld
tener, -era, -erum
tender
tergum, -i (n)
back
totidem (adv)
as / so many
transeo, -ire, transii, transitum
to cross over
transgredior, transgredi, transgressus sum
to cross
transporto, -are, -avi, -atum
to take across, carry across
trepido, -are, -avi, -atum
to be frightened
triginta
thirty
tumulus, -i (m)
mound
turpis, -is, -e
vile, degrading, disgraceful
tutus, -a, -um
safe
tuus, -a, -um
your
ubique (adv)
everywhere
ullus, -a, -um
any
ultimus, -a, -um
last, furthest
ultra (+ Acc)
beyond
umquam
ever
undeviginti
nineteen
undique (adv)
from / on all sides
usquam (adv)
anywhere
usque ad (+ Acc)
as far as, up to
uter, utra, utrum
which (of two)?
uterque, utraque, utrumque
each (of two)
utrum ... an
whether ... or
valeo, -ere, -ui
to be well, be strong
validus, -a, -um
strong
vallum, -i (n)
rampart
vasto, -are, -avi, -atum
to destroy, lay waste
veho, -ere, vexi, vectum
to carry, convey
vehor, vehi, vectus sum
to ride
velum, -i (n)
sail
velut / veluti
such as, like
venio, -ire, veni, ventum
to come
vereor, -eri, veritus sum
to fear
verto, -ere, verti, versum
to turn
verus, -a, -um
true
vesper, vesperis (m)
evening
veto, -are, vetui, vetitum
to forbid, order ... not
vetus, veteris
old
vicinus, -a, -um
neighbourly, neighbouring
vicus, -i (m)
street, village
vigilo, -are, -avi, -atum
to stay awake, keep watch
virgo, virginis (f)
maiden, girl
vita, -ae (f)
life
vitium, -i (n)
fault, vice
vito, -are, -avi, -atum
to avoid
vitta, -ae (f)
headband, ribbon
vix
scarcely
volo, -are, -avi, -atum
to fly
volvo, -ere, volvi, volutum
to turn, roll