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Latin

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habito
to dwell, to live
ubi
when, where
sedeo
to sit
vicinus
neighboring; adjacent
scribo
to write
quoque
also
ambulao
to walk
amica
friend
curro
to run
tandem
at last, at length
puer
dust
rideo
smile, to laugh
servus
slave
subito
suddenly
laboro
work, toil
molestus
pest; annoying
semper
always
conspicio
to catch sight of
ascendo
to climb, climb into
video
to see
tum
then
si
if
rivus
stream
erro
to wander, be mistaken
prope
near
clamor
shouting
peto
to look for; seek; head for; attack
tamen
nevertheless; however
mox
presently
purto
to carry
doceo
to teach
nunc
now
occupatus
busy
nuntius
messanger
saluto
to great; welcome
princeps
emperor
redeo
to return; go back
intro
to enter; go into
cubiculum
bedroom
tempus
time
tacite
silently
miserus
miserable
discedo
depart; to go away
maneo
to remain
teneo
to hold
interea
meanwhile
lubeo
to order; bid
liberi
children
via
road; street
cras
tomorrow
incito
to spur on
vilicus
farm manager
ira
anger
verbero
to beat; whip
effugio
escape
porta
gate
invenio
to come upon; to find
fossa
ditch
cum
with
vestigia
trace, footprint
trahoto
to drag; pull
indentidem
repeatedly
virga
stick; rod, switch
septimus
seventh
pes
ped; foot
ferociter
fiercely
concido
to fall down
haereo
to stick
culpa
blame
periculum
danger
ago
to do, drive
commotus
moved
exspecto
wait for
diu
for a long time
rota
wheel
tantum
so great
appareo
to appear
locus
joke, prank
animus
mind
verto
to turn
hospes
guest, host, friend, a person
mortuus
dead
caelum
sky
aedificium
to build
periculosus
dangerous
caupona
inn
custodio
to guard
modo
only
olim
once
agnosco
to recognize
doleo
to be sad
homo
people
ceno
eat dinner
cena
dinner
melior
better
vigilo
to stay awake
lectus
couch
medius
middle of
enim
conj; for
miles
soldier
fabula
story
dico
to say
somnus
sleep
surgo
to get up, risesum
to be
supraabove
sero
later
lux
light
volo
to wish, want, be willing
possum
i am able; i can
eo
to that place
immemor
forgetful
trado
to hand over
sto
to stand
mandatum
order; instruction
bene
well
atque
also
maximus
greatest, very great, very large
primum
first
ago
drive; to do
eo
to go
advenio
to teach; arrive at
simulac
as soon as;
simulo
to pretend
ludi
games
lego
to read
occurro
to meet
liber
book
taberna
shop
aliquid
something
traho
to pull
excitatus
wakened; aroused
poeta
poet
nonumquam
no longer
iaceo
to throw
terra
earth, ground
sine
without
gladius
sword