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OSCC Junior Latin Vocabulary

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absum, -esse
be gone, be absent
abhinc
ago
abeo, ire
go away
accido, -ere
happen
accipio, -ere
accept, receive, welcome
accuso, -are
accuse
ad (+acc.)
to, towards
adsum,-esse
be here, be present
administro, -are
manage
advenio, -ire
arrive, (+ad) reach
aedificium
building
aestas, aestat-
summer
ager (acc agrum)
field, farm, acre
ago, -ere
do, act
agito, -are
chase, hunt
agnosco, -ere
recgonize
agricola
farmer
aliquid
something
alius, -a, -um
other, another
alter, altera, alterum
the other of two, the second
ambulo, -are
walk
amicus
friend
amitto, -ere
lose
amo, -are
like, love
ancilla
slave girl/woman
antiquus, -a, -um
old, ancient
anulus
ring
anxius, -a, -um
anxious, nervous
appareo, -ere
appear
aperio, -ire
open, reveal
appello, -are
call
arbor, abor-
tree
area
open space, courtyard
at
but
atrium
reception hall, atrium
attonitus, -a, -um
astonished
audio, -ire
hear
avarus
miser
bauculum
stick
barbarus, -a, -um
barbarian
bestia
beast, wild animal
bonus, -a, -um
good
brevis, -e
short
cado, -ere
fall
caelum, -i
sky, heaven
calidus, -a, -um
warm
callidus, -a, -um
clever, smart, shrewd
canis, can-
dog
canto, -are
sing, chant
capio, -ere
take, catch, capture
causa
reason, cause
caveo, -ere
beware
celeriter
quickly
celo, -are
hide
cena
dinner
cono, -are
dine, eat dinner
centum
one hundred
cera
wax, wax tablet
cibus
food
cinis, ciner-
ash
circumspecto, -are
look around
civis, civ-
citizen
clamor, clamor-
noise, shout, uproar
commodus, -a, -um
convenient
compono, -ere
arrange, mix
conspicio, -ere
catch sight of
consumo, -ere
eat, destroy
contendo, -ere
hurry
controversia
debate
convenio, -ire
meet, gather
coquo, -ere
cook
coquus
cook
cotidie
every day
credo, -ere
believe, trust
cubiculum
bedroom
culina
kitchen
cum (+abl.)
with
cupio, -ere
want, desire
cur
why
curro, -ere
run
custodio, -ire
guard
custos, custod-
guard
de (+abl.)
down from, from, about
debeo, -ere
owe, ought, should, must
decem
ten
decorus, -a, -um
right, proper
delecto, -are
delight, please
densus, -a, -um
thick
desidero, -are
delight, please
despero, -are
despair, give up
deus
god
dico, -ere
say, tell
dies (acc. diem)
day
dies natalis
birthday
difficilis, -e
difficult
diligenter
carefully, hard
discedo, -ere
I depart, leave
disco, -ere
learn
do, dare
give
doceo, -ere
teach
domina
mistress
dominus
master
dormio, -ire
sleep
duco, -ere
lead, take
dulcis, -e
sweet, soft, gentle
duo, duae, duo
two
e, ex (+abl.)
out of, from
ebrius, -a, -um
drunk
ecce!
look! see!
ego
I
eheu!
alas! oh dead
emitto, -ere
send out, throw
emo, -ere
buy
eo, ire
go
epistula
letter
erro, -are
wander, make a mistake
et
and
euge! eugepae!
hurrah!
eum
him
excito, -are
awaken, arouse
exclamo, -are
shout, exclaim
exerceo, -ere
excercise
exeo, -ire
go out
exspecto, -are
expect, wait for
fabula
story, play
facio, -ere
do, make
facile
easily
familia
household
faveo, -ere (+dat)
support, favor
feles, fel-
cat
felix, felic-
luck
femina, -ae
woman
fero, ferre
bring
ferociter
fiercely
ferox, feroc-
ferocious, fierce
fessus, -a, -um
tired
festino, -are
hurry
fidelis, -e
faithful, loyal
filia
daughter
filius
son
finio, -ire
finish
finis, fin-
end
flamma
flame
fluo, -ere
flow
fortis, -e
strong
fortiter
bravely
forum
forum, buisness center
fossa
ditch
frater
brother
frustra
in vain
frigidus, -a, -um
cold
fugio, -ere
flee (from), run away
fundus
farm
fur, fur-
thief
geminus
twin
gens, gent-
tribe, people, race, family
gladius
sword
gloria
fame, glory
gusto, -are
taste
habeo, -ere
have, hold
habito, -are
live (in), inhabit
heri
yesterday
hic, haec, hoc
this
hiems, hiem-
winter
hodie
today
homo, homin-
man, person
hortus
garden
hospes, hospit-
guest
iaceo, -ere
lie, be situated, rest
iacio, -ere
throw
iam
now, already
ianitor, ianitor-
doorkeeper
ianua
door
igitur
therefore
ignavus, -a, -um
cowardly, lazy
ille, illa, illud
that, he, she, it
impedio, -ire
hinder, delay
imperium
empire
in (+abl.)
in, on
in (+acc)
into, onto
incedo, -ere
march
incido, -ere
fall
incito, -are
incite, urge on
infans, infant-
infant, baby, child
infelix, infelic-
unlucky, unhappy
inimicus
enemy
ingens, ingent-
huge
inquit
he/she/it says
inspicio, -ere
inspect, look at, examine
intente
intently
interficio
kill
intro, -are
enter
invenio, ire
find
ipse, -a, -um
himself, herself, itself, myself,yourself, etc.
iratus, -a, -um
angry
iste, ista, istud
that
ita vero
yes
iterum
again
iudex, iudici-
judge
iuvenis, inven-
young man
laboro, -are
work
lacrimo, -are
cry, weep
laetus, -a, -um
happy
lapis, lapid-
stone
lares, lar (pl.)
household gods
latro, -are
bark
laudo, -are
praise
lavo, -are
wash
legatus
envoy, commander
lego, -ere
read
leo, leon-
lion
liber (acc. librum)
book
liberalis, -e
generous
libero, -are
free
longus, -a, -um
long
ludo, -ere
play
luna
moon
lupus
wolf
magnus
bigl, large, great
malus, -a, -um
evil, bad
mandatum
order
maneo, -ere
stay
martius
husband
mater
mother
medius, -a, -um
middle (of)
mendax, menac-
liar, deceitful
mensa
table
mercator, mercatror-
merchant
meus, -a, -um
my
minime
no
mirabilis, -e
marvellous, strange
mitto, -ere
send
mons, mont-
mountain
monstro, -are
show
mortuus, -a, -um
dead
mox
soon
multi, -ae
many
multus, -a, -um
much
narro, -are
tell, relate
navis, nav-
ship
-ne
indicates yes/no question
neco, -are
kill
necesse
necessary
noceo, -ere (+dat.)
harm
nolo, nolle
not want, be unwilling
nondum
not yet
nonus, -a, -um
ninth
noster, nostra, -um
our
notus, -a, -um
famous
novem
nine
novus, -a, -um
new
nox, noct-
night
nubes, nub-
cloud
nullus, -a, -um
no
numero, -are
count
numquam
never
nunc
now
nuntio, -are
announce
nuntius
messenger
occurro, -ere (+dat)
meet
octo
eight
offero, offerre
offer
olim
once, some time ago
omnis, -e
all
omnes
everyone
onus, oner-
burden, load
optiumus, -a, -um
best, excellent
orator, orator-
speaker
ostendo, -ere
show
otiosus, -a, -um
idle, at leisure
paene
almost
paro, -are
prepare
paratus, -a, -um
prepared, ready
parvus, -a, -um
small
pater
father
patronus
patron
paulisper
for a short time
pauci, paucae
few
pax, pac-
peace
pecunia
money
per (+acc)
through, along
periculum
peril
perterritus, -a, -um
terrified
pes, ped-
foot
peto, -ere
head for, attack
pingo, -ere
paint, draw
pirata
pirate
plaudo, -ere
applaud, clap
plaustrum
wagon, cart
poeta
poet
pompa
procession
porta
gate
porto, -are
carry
post (+acc)
after
postquam
after, behind
postridie
on the next day
possum, posse
be able to, can
praeter (+acc)
except, besides, past
primus, -a, -um
first
prope (+acc)
near
puella
girl
puer
boy
pugna
fight
pugno, -are
fight
pulcher, -chra, -chrum
beautiful
pulso, -are
hit, knock on
quaero, -ere
seek, question
quam
how, tham
quamquam
although
quattuor
four
quiesco, ere
rest, keep quiet
quis
who
quid
what
quinque
five
quod
because
quoque
also
ramus
branch
rapio, -ere
seize, grab
reddo, -ere
give back, restore
redeo, -ire
go/come back
repello, -ere
drive off
res
thing
respondeo, -ere
answer, reply
rex, reg-
king
rogo, -are
ask
saepe
often
sanguis, sanguin-
blood
saluto, -are
greet
salve!
hello!
satis
enough
scribo, -ere
write
se
him, her, itself, themselves
secundus, -a, -um
second
sed
but
sedeo, -ere
sit
senator, senator-
senator
senex, sen-
old man
sententia
opinion
sentio, -ire
feel, realize, notice
septem
seven
servo, -are
watch over, save
sex
six
silva
woods
sollicitus, -a, -um
worried
solus, -a, -um
alone
somnus
sleep
sordidus, -a, -um
dirty
soror, soror-
sister
specto, -are
watch, look at
statim
immediately, at once
stella
star
sto, stare
stand
stultus, -a, -um
stupid
suavis, -e
sweet
sum, esse
be
subito
suddently
supero, -are
overcome, defeat
surgo, -ere
get up, stand up, rise
suus, -a, -um
his hers, its own
taberna
shop, store, inn, bar
tablinum
study
taceo, -ere
be quiet
tacitus
quiet, silent
tacite
silently
tamen
however
tandem
finally, at last
tempus, tempor-
time
teneo, -ere
hold, occupy, posses
terra
earth, ground, land
terreo, -ere
frighten, terrify
tertius, -a, -um
third
testis, test-
witness
timeo, -ere
fear
toga
toga
totus, -a, -um
whole
trado, -ere
hand over
traho, -ere
drag
tres, tria
three
triclinum
dining room
tristis, -e
sad
tum
then
tunica
tunic (garment worn under a tunic
turba
crow
tutus, -a, -um
safe
tuus, -a, -um
your
ubi
when, where
ubique
everywhere, anywhere
undique
on all sides, from all side
unus, -a, -um
one
urbs, urb-
city
signum
sign, seal, signal
utilis, -e
useful
uxor, uxor-
wife
valde
very
vale!
goodbye
vehementer
violently, loudly
vehiculum
vehicle
venalicius
slave dealer
vendo, -ere
sell
venio, -ire
come
verbero, -ere
beat, strike
verto, -ere
turn
vester, vestra, vestrum
belonging to y'all
vestigium
trace, footprint, track
via
way, road, street
video, -ere
see
viginti
twenty
vilicus
overseer, farm manager
villa
country house, estate, farm
vinum
wine
vir
man
visito, -are
visit
vitupero, -are
berate
vivo, -ere
live, be alive
voco, -are
call
volo, velle
wish, want
vox, voc-
voice
vulnero, -are
wound