Terms in this set (938)

  • sine + ablative
    without
  • ante + accusative
    before, in front of
  • ad + accusative
    toward, to; at; near; until
  • pro + ablative
    for, on behalf of; for the sake of; in front of
  • ab, a + ablative
    from, away from; by
  • inter + accusative
    between, among
  • septem
    seven
  • duo, duae, duo
    two
  • septingenti, -ae, -a
    seven hundred
  • nongenti, -ae, -a
    nine hundred
  • quinquaginta
    fifty
  • viginty
    twenty
  • nonaginta
    ninety
  • ducenti, -ae, -a
    two hundred
  • duo milia
    two thousand
  • centum unus
    one hundred and one
  • septuaginta
    seventy
  • duodeviginti
    eighteen
  • duodecim
    twelve
  • tres, tria
    three
  • quotidie
    daily
  • longe
    far
  • etiam
    even; and yet, still; also
  • semel
    once, a single time
  • deinde
    then, thereafter
  • quoque
    also
  • ibi
    there
  • omnino
    entirely, wholly
  • tamen
    nevertheless
  • cito
    quickly
  • fortasse
    perhaps
  • tum
    thereupon, at that time, then
  • tantum
    only, merely
  • nunc
    now, at present
  • quis, quid
    who?, what?
  • hic, haec, hoc
    this, these
  • ille, illa, illud
    that, those
  • qui, quae, quod
    who, whose, whom, that, which
  • quia
    because
  • quoniam
    because, since; whereas
  • nihil
    nothing
  • de + ablative
    from, down from; concerning, about
  • in + accusative
    into, onto; toward, against
  • in + ablative
    in, on
  • sedecim
    sixteen
  • viginti unus
    twenty-one
  • tertius decimus
    thirteenth
  • concurso, -are, -avi, -atum
    to run around
  • moenia, moenium (n) pl.
    city walls
  • crudelis, -e
    cruel
  • percutio, -cutere, -cussi, -cussum
    to strike, pierce
  • aes, aeris (n)
    bronze
  • ultra
    beyond, on the other side of
  • prae + ablative
    in front of
  • magister, magistri (m)
    teacher, master
  • apparatus, -us (m)
    equipment, splendor
  • emo, -ere, emi, emptum
    to buy
  • memor, -oris + genitive
    mindful
  • dubito, -are, -avi, -atum
    to doubt
  • gradus, -us (m)
    step, pace, gradation
  • vero
    in truth, however,
  • laedo, -ere, laesi, laesum
    to injure, harm
  • mortalis, -e
    mortal
  • insulto, -are, -avi, -atum
    to leap; to gloat
  • confligo, -fligere, -flixi, -flictum
    to fight
  • lector, -oris (m)
    reader
  • foveo, fovere, fovi, fotum
    to cherish
  • praebeo, -ere, praebui, praebitum
    to offer, provide, present
  • nata, -ae (f)
    daughter
  • flagitium, -i (n)
    shame, crim
  • vector, -oris (m)
    carrier
  • tabesco, tabescere, tabui
    to waste away, melt
  • tollo, tollere, sustuli, sublatum
    to raise; to remove, destroy
  • deficio, -ere, -feci, -fectum
    to fail
  • fero, ferre, tuli, latum
    to carry, bring
  • magnopere
    greatly
  • decor, -oris (m)
    beauty
  • edo, -ere, edi, esum
    to eat
  • defendo, -fendere, -fedni, fensum
    to protect, defend
  • argumentum, -i (n)
    proof, evidence, argument
  • sumptus, -us (m)
    expense
  • superbus, -a, -um
    proud, arrogant
  • superus, -a, -um
    above, upper
  • agricola, -ae (m)
    farmer
  • ingens, ingentis + genitive
    huge
  • nubes, nubis (f)
    cloud
  • litus, litoris (n)
    shore
  • vito, -are, -avi, -atum
    avoid
  • mollio, mollire, mollivi, mollitum
    to soften, make less hostile
  • nimbus, -i (m)
    rain cloud
  • probitas, -atis (f)
    uprightness, honesty
  • vicinus, -i (m)
    neighbor
  • cachinna, -ae (f)
    laughter
  • ignosco, ignoscere, ignovi, ignotum + dative
    to forgive, pardon
  • ferveo, fervere, ferbui
    to boil, be hot
  • expono, -ponere, -posui, -positum
    to explain, expose
  • damno, -are, -avi, -atum
    to condemn
  • abundantia, -ae (f)
    abundance
  • vicesimus primus
    twenty-first
  • labia, -ae (f)
    lip
  • trado, -dere, -didi, -ditum
    to give over, surrender; hand down, transmit, teach
  • copia, -ae (f)
    abundance, supply
  • noto, -are, -avi, -atum
    to note, notice
  • vox, vocis, f.
    voice
  • tenebrae, tenebrarum, f. pl.
    shadows, darkness
  • annus, -i, m.
    year
  • odor, odoris m.
    scent, odor
  • adulescens, adulescentis, m.
    young man, youth
  • adultus, a, um
    grown up, mature, adult
  • nongentesimus
    nine-hundredth
  • novem
    nine
  • undevicesimus, -a, -um
    nineteenth
  • undeviginti
    nineteen
  • undecim
    eleven
  • undecimus
    eleventh
  • vitium, -ii (n)
    fault, crime, vice
  • perfugium, -ii (n)
    refuge, shelter
  • nex, necis f
    murder
  • campana, -ae, (f.)
    bell
  • rica, -ae (f)
    veil
  • nepos, nepotis, m.
    grandson, descendant
  • premo, premere, pressi, pressum
    press
  • humanitas, humanitatis, f.
    culture
  • committo, committere, commisi, commissum
    to entrust, commit, unite, initiate
  • destino, destinare, destinavi, destinatus
    to intend, resolve
  • doctor, -oris, m.
    teacher
  • careo, carere, carui, cariturus
    to be without, be deprived of, want, lack; be free from (takes ablative of separation)
  • morior, mori, mortuus sum
    to die (deponent)
  • eximius, a, um
    selected, distinguished, exceptional
  • surgo, surgere, surrexi, surrectum
    rise, stand up
  • egeo, egere, egui + ablative or genitive
    to need, lack, want
  • admitto, admittere, admisi, admissum
    to admit, receive, let in
  • dehinc
    then, next
  • delectatio, delectationis, f.
    delight, pleasure, enjoyment
  • cadus -i m.
    jar, urn (wine jar)
  • absconditus, -a, -um
    hidden, secret
  • suscipio, suscipere, suscepi, susceptus
    to undertake
  • unguentum, unguenti, n.
    perfume
  • pello, pellere, pepuli, pulsus
    to strike, banish, push
  • repente
    suddenly
  • precor, precari, precatus sum
    to beg, entreat
  • communis, commune
    common, general
  • dummodo
    so long as, provided that
  • tellus, telluris, f.
    land, earth
  • summa, ae, f
    sum total
  • adventus, adventus, m.
    arrival, approach
  • sordes, sordis, f
    dirt, filth
  • idem, eadem, idem
    same, the same
  • occasio, occasionis, f.
    occasion, opportunity
  • pulex, -icis (m)
    flea
  • liveo, livere
    to blush, envy
  • canus, a, um
    gray
  • purgo, purgare, purgavi, purgatus
    to clean, purify
  • idoneus, a, um
    suitable, fit, appropriate
  • aggredior, aggredi, aggressus sum
    attack
  • continentia, -ae f.
    self-control, moderation
  • cerdo, -onis (m)
    artisan
  • quando
    when
  • adulatio, onis, f
    fawning, flattery
  • conor, conari, conatus sum
    to try
  • quartus decimus, -a, -um
    fourteenth
  • quadragesimus
    fortieth
  • quadraginta
    forty
  • quadringentesimus, a, um
    four-hundredth
  • quadringenti, ae, a
    four hundred
  • quartus, -a, -um
    fourth
  • nolo, nolle, nolui
    not want, refuse
  • alter, altera, alterum
    the other (of two), second
  • prohibeo, prohibere, prohibui, prohibitum
    to keep (back), prevent, hinder, restrain, prohibit
  • aditus, aditus m
    entrance
  • virtus, virtutis, f.
    manliness, courage; excellence, character, worth, virtue
  • pateo, patere, patui
    to be open, lie open; be accessible; be evident
  • trans + accusative
    across
  • parvus, -a, -um
    small, little
  • bellum, belli (n)
    war
  • constantia, constantiae, f.
    firmness of character, courage
  • tandem
    at last, finally
  • nubo, nubere, nupsi, nuptum
    to marry; to cover, to veil
  • origo, originis, f.
    origin, beginning
  • urbanus, a, um
    of the city, urban; urbane, elegant
  • carus, -a, -um
    dear
  • calvus, calva, calvum
    bald
  • seductor, -oris (m)
    seducer
  • conventio, -onis (f)
    assembly, agreement
  • comes, -itis (m)
    companion
  • solacium, solacii (n)
    comfort, relief
  • vaco, vacare, vacavi, vacatus
    to be empty
  • arcanus, a, um
    secret, hidden
  • lacus, us, m
    lake
  • ops, opis, f.
    help, aid
  • mereor, mereri, meritus sum
    deserve, earn
  • sequor, sequi, secutus sum
    to follow
  • merces, mercedis (f)
    pay, cost
  • offensa, -ae (f)
    affront
  • excludo, excludere, exclusi, exclusus
    to shut out
  • eligo, eligere, elegi, electus
    to choose
  • siccus, a, um
    dry
  • amica, amicae, f.
    friend (female)
  • conservo, conservare, conservavi, conservatum
    to preserve, conserve, maintain
  • sensus, -us, m.
    feeling, sense
  • temptatio, -onis (f)
    test, trial
  • tumeo, tumere, tumui
    to swell
  • sapientia, sapientiae, f.
    wisdom
  • ora, orae, f.
    shore
  • timor, timoris, m.
    fear
  • digitus, -i, m.
    finger
  • hoplomachus, -i (m)
    gladiator
  • sinuo, sinuare, sinuavi, sinuatus
    to bend, curve
  • palma, -ae, f.
    palm, hand; palm branch, palm tree, victory wreath
  • feles, felis (f)
    cat
  • turpitudo, turpitudinis, f.
    ugliness, disgrace
  • vires, virium, f. pl.
    force, strength, violence
  • fons, fontis, m.
    fountain, spring
  • convivor, convivari, convivatus sum
    to feast
  • misceo, miscere, miscui, mixtum
    to mix, stir up
  • dexter, dextra, dextrum
    right, right-hand
  • indico, indicare, indicavi, indicatus
    point out, reveal
  • tonsor, tonsoris, m.
    barber
  • invenio, invenire, inveni, inventus
    to come upon, find
  • incanto, -are, -avi, -atum
    to enchant
  • gero, gerere, gessi, gestus
    to wear, carry, manage, behave
  • satura, saturae, f.
    satire
  • pila, -ae, f.
    ball
  • onero, onerare, oneravi, oneratus
    load, burden; oppress
  • tergum, -i (n)
    back
  • hirtus, hirta, hirtum
    hairy/shaggy, covered with hair/wool; thick growth; rough/unpolished
  • ratio, rationis, f.
    reckoning, account; reason, judgement, consideration; system; manner, method
  • condimentum, condimenti (n)
    seasoning
  • qua
    whereby, by which way
  • vae
    woe
  • humanus, -a, -um
    pertaining to man, human; humane, kind; refined, cultivated
  • appello, appellare, appellavi, appellatus
    to call, to name
  • mora, morae, f.
    delay
  • platea, -ae (f)
    street
  • chirurgia, -ae f
    surgery
  • talentum, -i (n)
    talent, sum of money
  • opinor, opinari, opinatus sum
    to suppose, be of the opinion
  • succurro, succurrere, succurri, succursus
    to help
  • egestas, egestatis f.
    need, poverty, extreme poverty; lack, want
  • ira, irae, f.
    anger
  • enim
    for, in fact
  • maximus, maxima, maximum
    very big, very large, very great, the most
  • numquam
    never
  • se
    himself, herself, itself
  • nutrix, nutricis, f.
    nurse
  • aestas, aestatis, f.
    summer
  • custodia, custodiae, f.
    protection, custody; pl. guards
  • trecenti, -ae, -a
    three hundred
  • modus, -i, m.
    measure, degree; manner, way
  • lego, legere, legi, lectus
    read, choose
  • sapiens, sapientis
    wise, sensible
  • poena, poenae, f.
    punishment, penalty
  • liber, libri, m.
    book
  • paenitentia, ae f.
    repentance
  • mare, maris (n)
    sea
  • trecentesimus, -a, -um
    three hundredth
  • post + accusative
    after, behind
  • flumen, fluminis (n)
    river, stream
  • dux, ducis, m.
    leader, guide; commander, general
  • crux, crucis f.
    cross, torture
  • ultimus, -a, -um
    furthest, last
  • animal, animalis (n)
    animal
  • potens, potentis
    able, powerful, mighty, strong
  • unus, -a, -um
    one, single, alone
  • umbra, -ae, f.
    shade, shadow
  • decessor, oris (m)
    predecessor
  • philosophus, philosophi, m.
    philosopher
  • coniuratus, -i, m.
    conspirator
  • exsulto, exsultare, exsultavi, exsultatus
    rejoice, exult
  • obscenus obscena obscenum
    foul, indecent
  • laevus, -a, -um
    left
  • limen, liminis (n)
    threshold, doorway
  • amitto, amittere, amisi, amissum
    to send away; lose, let go
  • latro, latronis (m)
    robber, bandit
  • moneo, monere, monui, monitus
    warn, advise
  • foedus, foederis (n)
    treaty, agreement
  • exercitus, exercitus, m.
    army
  • praecipuus, a, um
    special, particular
  • vulnus, vulneris (n)
    wound, injury
  • glutio, -ire, -ivi, -itum
    to swallow, gulp
  • tenor, oris (m)
    course, career
  • recuso, recusare, recusavi, recusatum
    to refuse, reject
  • tabes -is f.
    wasting disease, plague
  • ut
    that, in order that, as
  • perennis, perenne
    through the year(s), enduring
  • libra, ae (f)
    pair of scales
  • dos, dotis (f)
    dowry
  • arbitror, arbitrari, arbitratus sum
    to judge, think
  • vicesimus, -a, -um
    twentieth
  • opes, opum, f. pl.
    money, wealth
  • locupleto, locupletare, locupletavi, locupletatus
    to enrich
  • faveo, favere, favi, fautus + dative
    favour, support
  • abeo, abire, abii, abitum
    to go away, depart, leave
  • patior, pati, passus sum
    to suffer, endure
  • arx, arcis, f.
    citadel, fortress
  • gracilis, gracile
    slender, thin
  • disputatio, disputationis f.
    argument, debate
  • expleo, explere, explevi, expletum
    to fill, fill up, complete
  • rabidus, a, um
    mad, raving
  • cerno, cernere, crevi, cretum
    to distinguish, discern, perceive
  • ars, artis, f.
    art, skill
  • centum
    hundred
  • quattuor
    four
  • voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatus
    to call, summon
  • oro, orare, oravi, oratus
    to beg, pray
  • ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostentus
    to show, point out
  • fortis, forte
    brave, strong
  • cibus, cibi, m.
    food
  • somnium, somnii (n)
    dream, vision; fantasy, day-dream
  • creo, creare, creavi, creatum
    make, create
  • ursus, ursi, m.
    bear
  • cras
    tomorrow
  • cinis, cineris, m.
    ash
  • patefacio, patefacere, patefeci, patefactus
    to make open, open; disclose, expose
  • persuadeo, persuadere, persuasi, persuasum
    persuade
  • oblecto, oblectare, oblectavi, oblectatum
    to please, amuse, delight; pass time pleasantly
  • sitis, sitis f.
    thirst
  • utor, uti, usus sum
    to use; enjoy, experience
  • tabum, i n.
    gore, plague
  • zona -ae f.
    belt, girdle
  • pessimus, -a, -um
    worst, very bad
  • uva, -ae, f.
    grape
  • pars, partis, f.
    part
  • schola, -ae, f.
    school
  • narro, narrare, narravi, narratus
    tell, relate
  • recreo, recreare, recreavi, recreatum
    to restore, revive; refresh, cheer
  • cursus, cursus, m.
    running, course
  • arcus, -us, m.
    bow
  • morbus, morbi, m.
    disease, sickness
  • serus, a, um
    late, slow
  • sal, salis, m.
    salt, wit
  • hiems, hiemis, f.
    winter, winter time; rainy season; cold, frost; storm, stormy weather
  • fauces, ium, (f) (pl)
    throat, jaws
  • per + accusative
    through, by means of
  • ubi
    where, when
  • quam
    how, than
  • bene
    well
  • impero, imperare, imperavi, imperatus + dative
    order, command
  • amor, amoris, m.
    love, desire, passion
  • quot
    how many, as many as
  • laetus, -a, -um
    glad, rich
  • silva, silvae, f.
    forest, woods
  • olim
    once, some time ago
  • maeror -oris m.
    grief, sadness, sorrow
  • disco, discere, didici
    to learn
  • neco, necare, necavi, necatus
    to kill
  • miles, militis, m.
    soldier
  • fama, famae, f.
    rumor, report; fame, reputation
  • vulpes, vulpis (f)
    fox
  • peritus, perita, peritum
    skilled
  • porta, portae, f.
    gate, entrance
  • fruor, frui, fructus sum + ablative
    to enjoy
  • desidero, desiderare, desideravi, desideratum
    to desire, long for, miss
  • offero, offerre, obtuli, oblatus
    to offer
  • blandus, a, um
    flattering
  • lavo, lavare, lavi, lautus
    to wash
  • erro, errare, erravi, erratum
    to wander; err, go astray, make a mistake, be mistaken
  • nutus, -us, m
    nod, command, signal
  • bellus, -a, -um
    pretty, handsome, charming
  • nuptiae, -arum, f. pl.
    wedding, marriage
  • mollis, molle
    soft, gentle
  • centesimus primus
    one hundred and first
  • arma, armorum, n. pl.
    arms, weapons
  • pugna, pugnae, f.
    fight, battle
  • fugio, fugere, fugi, fugitum
    to flee, escape
  • equitatus, -us, m.
    cavalry, horsemen
  • princpes, principis m
    emperor, leader
  • honor, honoris, m.
    honor, esteem; public office
  • regius, a, um
    royal
  • nego, are, avi, atum
    to deny, say that...not
  • parco, parcere, peperci (+DAT)
    to spare (somebody or something)
  • consultum, consulti, n.
    decree, order
  • equus, equi, m.
    horse
  • socius, socii, m.
    ally, comrade, companion
  • periculum, -i (n)
    danger, risk
  • ignis, ignis, m.
    fire
  • lex, legis, f.
    law
  • ager, agri, m.
    field
  • civitas, civitatis, f.
    state, citizenship
  • hostis, hostis, m.
    an enemy
  • nauta, nautae, m.
    sailor
  • virgo, virginis, f.
    maiden, virgin
  • si
    if
  • excellentia, excellentiae f.
    excellence
  • fanum, -i (n)
    temple, shrine
  • quattuordecim
    fourteen
  • caput, capitis (n)
    head
  • sanguis, sanguinis, m.
    blood
  • accusator, -oris (m)
    accuser, prosecutor
  • aura, -ae, f.
    breeze, air
  • consul, consulis, m.
    consul
  • vir, viri, m.
    man, husband
  • officium, -i (n)
    duty, office
  • genus, generis (n)
    race, kind, sort
  • labor, laboris, m.
    labor, work, toil; a work, production
  • mens, mentis, f.
    mind, spirit
  • tempestas, tempestatis, f.
    weather, storm
  • auctor, auctoris, m.
    creator, originator
  • sic
    thus, in this way, so
  • remigo, are, avi, atus
    to row
  • quisque, quaeque, quidque
    each, each one, every
  • irascor, irasci, iratus sum (+dat)
    to become angry with
  • cedo, cedere, cessi, cessum
    to go, withdraw; yield to, grant, submit
  • accedo, accedere, accessi, accessum
    to come (to), approach
  • pagus, pagi, m.
    village, country-district
  • bonus, -a, -um
    good, kind
  • felix, felicis + genitive
    happy, fortunate
  • pernicies, perniciei f
    destruction, ruin
  • refero, referre, rettuli, relatus
    bring/carry back, report, tell
  • molestus, molesta, molestum
    troublesome, annoying
  • corpus, corporis (n)
    body
  • coerceo, coercere, coercui, coercitus
    enclose, confine; restrain, check, curb, repress; limit; preserve; punish
  • simul
    at the same time, together
  • intellego, intellegere, intellexi, intellectum
    to understand
  • saepe
    often
  • mors, mortis, f.
    death, destruction, ruin
  • comprehendo, comprehendere, comprehendi, comprehensus
    to understand, seize, arrest
  • cicatrix, cicatricis, f.
    scar
  • calefacto, -are, -avi, -atum
    to heat
  • multo, are, avi, atum
    to punish, fine
  • versus, versus, m.
    verse, line of poetry
  • fateor, fateri, fassus sum
    to confess, admit
  • aetas, aetatis, f.
    period of life, life, age, an age, time
  • ovum, -i, n.
    egg
  • signum, signi (n)
    sign, signal, standard
  • aeternus, a, um
    eternal, everlasting
  • servo, servare, servavi, servatum
    to preserve, save, keep, guard
  • flagrum, i, n.
    whip
  • secundus, -a, -um
    second; favorable
  • victoria, victoriae, f.
    victory
  • video, videre, vidi, visus
    to see
  • sol, solis, m.
    sun
  • filia, filiae, f.
    daughter
  • semper
    always
  • fortuna, fortunae, f.
    fortune, luck
  • amo, amare, amavi, amatus
    to love
  • -que
    and
  • discedo, discedere, discessi, discessum
    to go away, depart
  • ferrum, ferri (n)
    iron, sword
  • harena, -ae, f.
    sand
  • sed
    but
  • duco, ducere, duxi, ductus
    to lead
  • veritas, veritatis, f.
    truth
  • dens, dentis, m.
    tooth
  • locus, loci, m.
    place, position, situation, opportunity
  • volo, velle, volui
    to wish, want
  • gloria, gloriae, f.
    glory, fame
  • credo, credere, credidi, creditus + dat
    believe, trust, have faith in
  • sum, esse, fui, futurus
    to be, exist
  • iterum
    again, a second time
  • ferox, ferocis
    fierce, savage
  • sexaginta
    sixty
  • expello, expellere, expuli, expulsum
    to drive out, expel, banish
  • molior, moliri, molitus sum
    to work at, build, undertake, plan
  • dum
    while, until, as long as
  • aut
    or
  • vinculum, vinculi, n.
    bond, chain, fetter
  • materia, -ae, f.
    matter, timber
  • manus, manus, f.
    hand, group of people
  • impetus, impetus, m.
    attack
  • oculus, oculi, m.
    eye
  • exemplum, exempli (n)
    example
  • venio, venire, veni, ventum
    to come
  • eo, ire, ii, itum
    to go
  • cura, curae, f.
    care, attention, caution, anxiety
  • valeo, valere, valui, valiturum
    to be strong, have power, be well
  • totus, a, um
    all, whole, entire
  • nobilis, nobile
    noble, famous
  • nudus, a, um
    naked, bare
  • avia, -ae f.
    grandmother
  • acriter
    keenly, fiercely
  • tuus, tua, tuum
    your, yours
  • magnus, -a, -um
    great, large
  • catena, catenae, f.
    chain, fetter
  • fuga, fugae, f.
    flight, escape
  • cur
    why
  • bibo, bibere, bibi
    to drink
  • bis
    twice
  • rego, regere, rexi, rectus
    to rule
  • aurum, i (n)
    gold
  • parum
    too little
  • gremium, gremii, n.
    lap
  • superus, supera, superum
    above, upper, higher
  • imber, imbris, m.
    rainstorm, shower
  • novus, -a, -um
    new, strange
  • maior, maius
    greater, older
  • difficilis, difficile
    hard, difficult, troublesome
  • miser, misera, miserum
    miserable, wretched
  • primus, a, um
    first
  • octogesimus
    eightieth
  • tussio, tussire, tussivi, tussitum
    to cough
  • salvus, -a, -um
    safe, well
  • abrumpo, abrumpere, abrupi, abruptus
    break; break off; tear asunder; cut through, sever; remove, separate
  • verus, vera, verum
    true, real
  • color, coloris, m.
    colour, complexion
  • septimus decimus
    seventeenth
  • nonagesimus, -a, -um
    ninetieth
  • quinquagesimus
    fiftieth
  • septuagesimus, -a, -um
    seventieth
  • casa, casae, f.
    house, cottage, hut
  • octingentesimus
    eight hundredth
  • subterraneus, -a, -um
    under the ground, subterranean
  • tragicus, -a, -um
    tragic
  • piger, pigra, pigrum
    lazy, slow, dull
  • bis millesimus, -a, -um
    two-thousandth
  • utilis, utile
    useful, advantageous
  • satis
    enough, sufficient
  • laus, laudis, f.
    praise, glory, fame
  • salus, salutis, f.
    safety, health
  • itaque
    and so, therefore
  • turpis, turpe
    ugly; shameful, base, disgraceful
  • beneficium, beneficii (n)
    benefit, kindness; favor
  • simulo, -are, -avi, -atus
    to pretend, to simulate
  • tutus, tuta, tutum
    safe, protected
  • libertas, libertatis, f.
    freedom, liberty
  • sex
    six
  • natura, naturae, f.
    nature
  • orator, oratoris, m.
    orator, speaker
  • sescenti, -ae, -a
    six hundred
  • quingenti, -ae, -a
    five hundred
  • teneo, tenere, tenui, tentus
    hold, keep, have
  • scribo, scribere, scripsi, scriptus
    to write, compose
  • rotundus, a, um
    round, circular
  • pareo, parere, parui, paritum (+DAT)
    to obey
  • insidiae, insidiarum, f. pl.
    ambush, plot, treachery
  • lugeo, lugere, luxi, luctum
    to lament, mourn
  • aerarium, -i, n.
    treasury
  • aranea, araneae, f.
    spider, spider's web
  • cithara, -ae, f.
    a stringed instrument, lyre, lute
  • opimus, a, um
    rich
  • caelebs, caelibis + GEN
    unmarried
  • valetudo, valetudinis, f.
    health
  • dedico, dedicare, dedicavi, dedicatum
    to dedicate
  • piscis, piscis, m.
    fish
  • corona, -ae, f.
    crown
  • audeo, audere, ausus sum
    to dare
  • calceus, calcei m
    shoe, sandal
  • condo, condere, condidi, conditus
    to found, establish
  • cornu, -us, n.
    horn
  • vendo, vendere, vendidi, venditus
    to sell
  • metallum, metalli, n.
    metal; mine; quarry
  • lectus, lecti, m.
    bed, couch
  • voluptas, voluptatis, f.
    pleasure, delight
  • intestinus, a, um
    internal
  • quoties
    How often?
  • ara, arae, f.
    altar, sanctuary, refuge
  • caritas, -atis, f
    affection
  • averto, avertere, averti, aversum
    to turn away
  • navis, navis, f.
    ship, boat
  • pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
    beautiful, handsome
  • caedes, caedis, f.
    slaughter, murder
  • is, ea, id
    this, that; he, she, it
  • senex, senis, + GEN
    old, aged
  • servitus, servitutis, f.
    servitude, slavery
  • oppidum, -ī (n)
    town, city
  • otium, -i, n.
    leisure, free time
  • panis, panis, m.
    bread
  • scientia -ae f.
    knowledge
  • debitum, debiti (n)
    debt
  • mortuus, -a, -um
    dead
  • multus, -a, -um
    much, many
  • longus, -a, -um
    long, far
  • sinister, sinistra, sinistrum
    left, left-hand
  • perpetuus, -a, -um
    perpetual, lasting, uninterrupted, continuous
  • omnis, omne
    all, every
  • sanctus, a, um
    sacred, holy
  • hodie (adv.)
    today
  • similis, simile
    like, similar
  • malus, mala, malum
    bad, wicked, evil
  • duodevicesimus, -a, -um
    eighteenth
  • nonus, -a, -um
    ninth
  • trecesimus
    thirtieth
  • iucundus, a, um
    pleasant, delightful
  • duodecimus
    twelfth
  • nullus, -a, -um
    no, none, not any, no one
  • ullus, -a, -um
    any, anyone
  • decem
    ten
  • cerebrum, -i (n)
    brain
  • quasi (adv.)
    as if
  • doctus, docta, doctum
    learned, clever
  • rideo, ridere, risi, risum
    to laugh
  • et
    and
  • ex, e + abl
    out of, from
  • familia, familiae, f.
    family
  • millesimus, -a, -um
    one thousandth
  • audio, audire, audivi, auditus
    hear, listen to
  • verbum, verbi (n)
    word
  • carbo, -onis m
    coal
  • culpa, culpae, f.
    fault, blame
  • mulier, mulieris, f.
    woman, wife
  • terra, terrae, f.
    earth, land
  • numerus, numeri, m.
    number
  • recito, recitare, recitavi, recitatum
    to read aloud, recite
  • salto, saltare, saltavi, saltatus
    dance, jump; portray or represent in a dance
  • consumo, consumere, consumpsi, consumptus
    eat, consume, spend
  • pingo, pingere, pinxi, pictus
    to paint
  • pendo, pendere, pependi, pensum
    to hang, to weigh, to pay
  • neglego, neglegere, neglexi, neglectum
    to neglect
  • servio, servire, servivi, servitum + Dat.
    to serve
  • timeo, timere, timui
    fear, be afraid
  • navigo, navigare, navigavi, navigatum
    to sail, navigate
  • cogo, cogere, coegi, coactus
    to compel, force
  • nuntio, nuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatus
    announce, report
  • rogo, rogare, rogavi, rogatus
    to ask
  • accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptus
    accept, take in, receive
  • vivo, vivere, vixi, victum
    to live
  • scio, scire, scivi, scitus
    to know
  • tu
    you
  • occido, occidere, occidi, occisus
    to kill
  • nox, noctis, f.
    night, darkness; sleep
  • linum, i (n)
    thread, string
  • domina, dominae, f.
    mistress, lady
  • homo, hominis, m.
    man, human being
  • hora, horae, f.
    hour; time
  • animus, animi, m.
    spirit, soul, mind
  • mater, matris, f.
    mother
  • lacrima, lacrimae, f.
    tear
  • lac, lactis (n)
    milk
  • urbs, urbis, f.
    city
  • scriptum, scripti n.
    writing
  • amicus, amici, m.
    friend
  • prex, precis, f.
    prayer
  • mus, muris (m/f)
    mouse
  • spes, spei, f.
    hope
  • quintus decimus, -a, -um
    fifteenth
  • ebriolus, a, um
    tipsy
  • par, paris + dat
    equal, like
  • uter, utra, utrum
    either, which (of two)
  • praeteritus, a, um
    past
  • mundus, -i, m.
    world
  • rex, regis, m.
    king
  • mille
    one-thousand
  • vester, vestra, vestrum
    your, yours
  • solus, sola, solum
    alone, only
  • pugio, pugionis, m.
    dagger
  • rigor, oris, m.
    stiffness, hardness, severity
  • flagro, flagrare, flagravi, flagratus
    be on fire; blaze, flame, burn; be inflamed/excited
  • coetus, -us (m.)
    meeting, gathering
  • humus, humi, f.
    ground, earth
  • bos, bovis, m/f
    ox, cow
  • taedium, taedii (n)
    weariness, boredom
  • quare (adv.)
    therefore, wherefore, why (literally means "because of which thing")
  • cimex, cimicis (m)
    bug, insect
  • regina, reginae, f.
    queen
  • patria, patriae, f.
    country, homeland
  • caelium, caeli (n)
    sky, heaven
  • servus, servi, m.
    slave, servant
  • calamitas, calamitatis, f.
    disaster, misfortune
  • puer, pueri, m.
    boy, child
  • cervix, cervicis, f.
    neck
  • verruca, ae, f.
    wart
  • superbus, -a, -um
    proud, arrogant
  • civis, civis, m/f
    citizen
  • elephantus, -i, m.
    elephant
  • maritus, mariti, m.
    husband
  • rapio, rapere, rapui, raptus
    to snatch, seize
  • mos, moris, m.
    habit, custom, manner
  • carcer, carceris, m.
    prison
  • carmen -inis n.
    song, poem
  • duocentesimus
    two hundredth
  • sextus decimus
    sixteenth
  • sextus, -a, -um
    sixth
  • verecundia, ae f.
    respect, modesty
  • fleo, flere, flevi, fletum
    weep, cry, mourn
  • centesimus, -a, -um
    hundredth
  • pono, ponere, posui, positus
    to put, place
  • festino, festinare, festinavi, festinatus
    to hurry, hasten
  • educo, educare, educavi, educatum
    to bring up, educate
  • debeo, debere, debui, debitum
    owe, ought
  • vinco, vincere, vici, victus
    to conquer, win
  • placeo, placere, placui, placitum (+dat)
    to be pleasing to, please
  • nascor, nasci, natus sum
    to be born; spring forth, arise
  • ulciscor, ulcisci, ultus sum
    to avenge
  • deleo, delere, delevi, deletus
    to destroy
  • desino, desinere, desii, desitum
    to stop, cease
  • coqueo, coquere, coxi, coctus
    to cook
  • honoro, honorare, honoravi, honoratus
    honor, respect
  • remaneo, remanere, remansi, remansum
    to remain, stay, stay behind, abide, continue
  • carpo, carpere, carpsi, carptum
    to harvest, pluck, seize
  • spiro, spirare, spiravi, spiratus
    to breathe
  • traho, trahere, traxi, tractus
    to drag
  • possum, posse, potui
    to be able, can
  • moveo, movere, movi, motus
    to move
  • habeo, habere, habui, habitus
    to have
  • facio, facere, feci, factus
    to do, to make
  • capio, capere, cepi, captus
    take, seize
  • antiquus, a, um
    ancient
  • alius, alia, aliud
    other, another
  • exspecto, exspectare, exspectavi, exspectatus
    to wait for
  • ipse, ipsa, ipsum
    himself, herself, itself
  • forma, formae, f.
    form, shape; beauty
  • mons, montis, m.
    mountain
  • exemplar, exemplaris, n.
    example
  • patientia, patientiae, f.
    suffering, patience, endurance
  • cena, cenae, f.
    dinner
  • pomum, pomi, n.
    fruit
  • sacerdos, sacerdotis, m.
    priest
  • auris, auris, f.
    ear
  • barba, barbae, f.
    beard
  • agricultura, -ae (f)
    agriculture
  • finis, finis, m.
    end, boundary
  • aqua, aquae, f.
    water
  • fames, famis, f.
    hunger
  • lupus, -i, m.
    wolf
  • imago, imaginis, f.
    image, picture, ghost
  • flamma, flammae, f.
    flame
  • anima, -ae, f.
    soul, spirit
  • vita, vitae, f.
    life
  • quintus
    fifth
  • tristis, triste
    sad
  • levis, leve
    light
  • pudicus, -a, -um
    modest, chaste
  • caecus, -a, -um
    blind
  • infinitus, a, um
    boundless, unlimited
  • aequus, -a, -um
    equal, fair
  • alienus, a, um
    foreign
  • septingentesimus
    700th
  • sescentesimus
    600th
  • durus, dura, durum
    harsh, hard
  • tardus, -a, -um
    late, slow
  • clarus, a, um
    clear, bright, famous
  • senilis, e
    an old man
  • sexagesimus
    sixtieth
  • plenus, -a, -um
    full
  • incertus, -a, -um
    uncertain, unsure, doubtful
  • ego
    I
  • dulcis, dulce
    sweet
  • triclinium, -ii (n)
    dining room
  • turba, turbae, f.
    uproar, disturbance; mob, crowd, multitude
  • frater, fratris, m.
    brother
  • medius, media, medium
    middle
  • triginta
    thirty
  • donum, -i, n.
    gift
  • tempus, temporis (n)
    time
  • pecunia, pecuniae, f.
    money
  • cogito, cogitare, cogitavi, cogitatum
    to think, ponder, consider, plan
  • sentio, sentire, sensi, sensus
    to feel, perceive
  • septimus, -a, -um
    seventh
  • octingenti, -ae, -a
    800
  • octavus, -a, -um
    eighth
  • ambitio, onis, f
    a canvassing for votes; ambition; flattery
  • octo
    eight
  • mensis, mensis, m.
    month
  • iubeo, iubere, iussi, iussus
    order, command
  • verno, vernare, vernavi, vernatus
    to flourish
  • tot
    so many
  • testa, -ae (f)
    jug
  • colomba, -ae (f)
    dove
  • radix, radicis, f
    root
  • moles, molis, f.
    mass
  • epulae, -arum, f. pl.
    banquet, feast
  • auditor, auditoris, m.
    hearer, listener, member of an audience
  • mirus, -a, -um
    surprising, strange
  • excrucio, excruciare, excruciavi, excruciatus
    torture, torment
  • noceo, nocere, nocui, nocitum +dat
    to do harm to, harm, injure
  • dissimilis, dissimile
    unlike, different
  • amoenus, -a, -um
    pleasant, charming
  • lenis, -e
    gentle
  • mitto, mittere, misi, missus
    to send
  • defingo, defingere, defigi, defictus
    to fix, mould
  • metuo, metuere, metui
    fear, dread
  • morsus morsus m
    bite, biting, jaws, fangs
  • loquor, loqui, locutus sum
    to speak, to talk
  • contundo, contundere, contudi, contusum
    to beat, crush, bruise, destroy
  • minuo, minuere, minui, minutum
    to lessen, diminish
  • ne
    lest, that...not
  • sino, sinere, sivi, situs
    to allow, to permit
  • peregrinor, peregrinari, peregrinatus sum
    to travel abroad, wander
  • insto, instare, institi, instatum
    to insist
  • nuper
    recently
  • coram
    presence of
  • angulus, i m
    corner, angle
  • textus, us m
    web, structure
  • opprimo, opprimere, oppressi, oppressus
    crush, overwhelm
  • arca, arcae, f.
    box, chest
  • turgidus, a, um
    swollen
  • mansuetudo, inis, f
    gentleness
  • tego, tegere, texi, tectus
    to cover
  • cupiditas, cupiditatis, f.
    desire, longing, passion; cupidity, avarice
  • innocentia, -ae, f.
    innocence
  • orbitas, orbitatis, f.
    bereavement; loss of a child; orphanhood; childlessness;
  • tribus, -us, f.
    tribe
  • ales, alitis (f)
    bird
  • volucris, volucris, f.
    bird
  • proles, prolis, f.
    offspring, child, descendant
  • via, viae, f.
    road, way
  • senatus, senatus m.
    senate
  • nemo, neminis (m/f)
    no one, nobody
  • nasus, -i, m.
    nose
  • gradus, us m
    step, pace
  • femina, feminae, f.
    woman
  • reverentia, ae f.
    reverence, respect
  • laboro, laborare, laboravi, laboratus
    work, toil, be in difficulty
  • sors, sortis, f.
    lot, fate
  • capillus, -i, m.
    hair
  • vulgus, vulgī, n. (sometimes m.)
    the common people, mob, rabble
  • malo, malle, malui
    to prefer
  • decimus
    tenth
  • medicus, -i, m.
    doctor
  • incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptus
    to begin
  • maneo, manere, mansi, mansum
    to stay, remain
  • quingentesimus, -a, -um
    five hundredth
  • deus, dei, m.
    god, deity
  • laudo, laudare, laudavi, laudatus
    to praise
  • tranquillitas, tranquillitatis, f.
    calmness, serenity
  • tertius, -a, -um
    third
  • ianua, ianuae, f.
    door
  • iacio, iacere, ieci, iactus
    to throw
  • fio, fieri, factus sum
    become, be made, happen
  • taceo, tacere, tacui, tacitum
    to be silent
  • factum, facti (n)
    deed
  • filius, filii, m.
    son
  • sidus, sideris (n)
    star, constellation
  • aestimo, aestimare, aestimavi, aestimatum
    to regard, to esteem
  • consilium, consilii (n)
    plan, idea, advice
  • diu
    for a long time
  • adulescentia, adulescentiae, f.
    youth, young manhood; youthfulness
  • nomen, nominis (n)
    name
  • optimus, -a, -um
    best, very good
  • auxilium, auxilii (n)
    help; (pl ) (auxiliary) troops
  • amicitia, amicitiae, f.
    friendship, alliance
  • ancilla, ancillae, f.
    slave-girl, slave-woman
  • divitiae, divitiarum, f. pl.
    riches, wealth
  • octoginta
    eighty
  • contineo, continere, continui, contentum
    to hold together, contain, keep, enclose, restrain
  • concludo, concludere, conclusi, conclusus
    to enclose
  • epistola, -ae (f)
    letter
  • acies, aciei, f.
    battle line
  • candidus, -a, -um
    shining, bright, white; beautiful
  • remedium, -ii, n.
    cure, remedy
  • sacer, sacra, sacrum
    sacred, holy
  • holus, holeris (n)
    vegetable
  • tumulus, tumuli, m.
    mound, tomb
  • nimis, nimium
    too, too much, excessively
  • invado, invadere, invasi, invasum
    to invade, attack
  • foris
    outside, in the open
  • protinus (adv.)
    immediately
  • heri
    yesterday
  • undique
    on all sides, everywhere
  • semen, seminis (n)
    seed
  • tyrannus, tyranni, m.
    tyrant
  • angelus, -i, m.
    angel
  • spectaculum, spectaculi (n)
    show
  • canis, canis (m/f)
    dog
  • vinum, -i, n.
    wine
  • memoria, memoriae, f.
    memory
  • lux, lucis, f.
    light
  • olfacio, olfacere, olfeci, olfactus
    to catch the scent of, smell
  • diligo, diligere, dilexi, dilectum
    love, esteem
  • tectum, tecti (n)
    ceiling, roof
  • fiducia, -ae, f.
    trust; confidence
  • acerbus, -a, -um
    harsh, bitter, grievous
  • heu
    alas
  • trivium, trivii, n.
    crossroads, public space
  • cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi, cognitus
    get to know, find out
  • merus, -a, -um
    pure, undiluted
  • hortus, horti, m.
    garden
  • sagitta, -ae, f.
    arrow
  • dolus, doli, m.
    trickery; deception
  • fenestra, -ae, f.
    window
  • visum, visi (n)
    vision
  • puella, puellae, f.
    girl
  • discipula, discipulae, f.
    female student
  • templum, templi, (n)
    temple, shrine
  • testis, testis, m. f.
    witness
  • paupertas, paupertatis, f.
    poverty
  • margaritum, -i (n)
    pearl
  • utilitas, utilitatis f.
    usefulness
  • insula, insulae, f.
    island
  • pompa, ae, f.
    parade, procession
  • nescio, nescire, nescivi, nescitum
    not to know
  • fabula, fabulae, f.
    story, tale; play
  • cubiculum, cubiculi (n)
    bedroom
  • amiculum, amiculi (n)
    cloak
  • mutatio, mutationis, f.
    change
  • rus, ruris (n)
    country, countryside
  • metus, metus, m.
    fear, dread, anxiety
  • exitium, exitiī, (n)
    destruction, ruin
  • vestigium, vestigii (n)
    footprint, trace
  • ferculum, -i (n)
    dish, tray
  • incendium, incendii, n.
    fire
  • principium, principii (n)
    beginning; origin
  • aestus, aestus, m.
    heat, tide
  • arbor, arboris, f.
    tree
  • bulbus, i, m.
    onion
  • basium, -ii, n.
    kiss
  • soror, sororis, f.
    sister
  • senectus, senectutis, f.
    old age
  • villa, villae, f.
    country house
  • calculus, -i (n)
    pebble
  • pudor, pudoris, m.
    shame, modesty
  • optio, optionis, f.
    choice
  • argentum, argenti (n)
    silver, money
  • scriptor, scriptoris, m.
    writer, author
  • ubertim
    copiously, profusely
  • torpeo, torpere, torpui, torpitus
    to become numb
  • rusticor, rusticari, rusticatus sum
    to live in the country
  • videlicet
    clearly, namely
  • artus, -us, m.
    narrow
  • vesper, vesperis, m.
    evening, evening star, west
  • saeculum, saeculi (n)
    age, generation
  • pulchritudo, pulchritudinis f.
    beauty
  • aro, arare, aravi, aratum
    plow
  • blandior blandiri, blanditus sum + dat
    flatter, entice
  • bulbutio, -ire
    to stammer
  • vigor, -oris, m.
    liveliness, activity, vigor
  • venustus, a, um
    charming
  • sumptus, sumptus m
    expense, cost
  • fortunatus, fortunata, fortunatum
    lucky, fortunate, happy
  • ango, angere, anxi, anctum
    torment
  • ligneus, a, um
    made of wood
  • sereno, serenare, serenavi, serenatum
    to make clear, brighten; cheer up, soothe
  • quinque
    five
  • speculum, -i, n.
    mirror
  • oportet, oportere, oportuit
    be necessary, ought, must
  • probo, probare, probavi, probatum
    to approve, recommend; test
  • queror, queri, questus sum
    to complain
  • volumen, inis (n)
    book, scroll
  • cocus, -i, m.
    cook
  • divinus, -a, -um
    divine, sacred
  • pater, patris, m.
    father, ancestor
  • os, oris (n)
    mouth, face
  • tango, tangere, tetigi, tactum
    touch
  • lingua, linguae, f.
    tongue, language
  • iungo, iungere, iunxi, iunctum
    to join, unite
  • exsilium, exsiliī, (n.)
    exile, banishment
  • tredecim
    thirteen
  • cavus, cavi (m)
    hole
  • parasitus, -i
    guest, parasite
  • doceo, docere, docui, doctus
    to teach
  • libido, libidinis, f.
    desire, lust
  • magistra, magistrae, f.
    schoolmistress, teacher, mistress
  • alo, alere, alui, altum
    to nourish, support, sustain, increase; cherish
  • liber, libera, liberum
    free
  • proclivus, a, um
    inclined
  • luctamen, inis n.
    effort
  • ruga -ae f.
    wrinkle
  • hortor, hortari, hortatus sum
    encourage, urge