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172 terms

Latin Alive 1

This set is for Latin Students at Rivendell Study Center only.
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amo, are, avi, atum
to love, like
canto, are, avi, atum
to sing
laboro, are, avi, atum
to work
navigo, are, avi, atum
to sail
oppugno, are, avi, atum
to attack
ambulo, are, avi, atum
to walk
aro, are, avi, atum
to plow
habito, are, avi, atum
to live, dwell
porto, are, avi, atum
to carry
rogo, are, avi, atum
to ask
regno, are, avi, atum
to rule
voco, are, avi, atum
to call
et
and
aut
or
non
not
agricola, agricolae
farmer (m)
femina, feminae
woman (f)
Graecia, Graeciae
Greece (f)
incola, incolae
settler (m)
insula, insulae
island (f)
nauta, nautae
sailor (m)
patria, patriae
fatherland, country
poeta, poetae
poet (m)
puella, puellae
girl (f)
regina, reginae
queen (f)
terra, terrae
earth, land (f)
Troia, Troiae
Troy (f)
pulcher, a, um
beautiful
amica, amicae
female friend (f)
ancilla, ancillae
maid-servant (f)
cena, cenae
dinner (f)
culina, culinae
kitchen (f)
fabula, fabulae
story (f)
filia, filiae
daughter (f)
pupa, pupae
doll (f)
rosa, rosae
rose (f)
stella, stellae
star (f)
aedifico, are, avi, atum
to build
specto, are, avi, atum
to look at, watch
ager, agri
field (m)
amicus, amici
male friend (m)
auxilium, auxilii
aid, help (m)
bellum, belli
war (n)
donum, doni
gift, (n)
equus, equi
horse (m)
germanus, germani
brother (m)
humus, humi
ground (f)
liberi, liberorum
children (m)
oppidum, oppidi
town (n)
puer, pueri
boy (m)
socius, socii
ally (m)
vir, viri
man (m)
do dare, dedi, datum
to give
monstro, are, avi, atum
to show
narro, are, avi, atum
to tell
pugno, are, avi, atum
to fight
servo, are, avi, atum
to take care of, guard, protect
deus, dei
god(m)
flamma, flammae
Flame
scutum, scuti
shield
signum, signi
sign
templum, templi
temple
creo, are, avi, atum
to create, make
iuvo, are, avi, atum
to help
opto, are, avi, atum
to wish for, desire
salto, are, avi, atum
to dance, leap
sum, esse, fui, futurum
to be
aeneus, a, um
bronze
bonus, a, um
good
magnus, a, um
big, great
multus, a, um
many
pius, a um
pius devout
sacer, a, um
sacred, holy
tutus, a, um
protected, safe
dum
while
tum
then (t)
quoque
also
clamo, are, avi, atum
to shout
desidero, are, avi, atum
to desire, wish
exerceo, exercere, exercui, exercitum
to train
habeo, habere, abui, habitum
to have, hold, consider
moneo, monere, monui, monitum
to warn
neco, are, avi, atum
to kill
paro, are, avi, atum
to prepare, get ready
terreo, terrere, terrui, territum
to scare, frighten
video, videre, vidi, visum
to see
vulnero, are, avi, atum
to wound
laetus, a, um
happy
validus, a, um
strong
vivus, a , um
living, alive
vulneratus, a, um
wounded
deinde
then (d)
mox
soon
arma, armorum
weapons, arms (n)
carrus, carri
wagon, cart, chariot (m)
copiae, copiarum
troops (f)
frumentum, frumenti
grain (n)
gaudium, gaudii
joy (n)
gratia, gratiae
thanks, gratitude (n)
regia, regiae
palace (f)
studium, studii
zeal, eagerness (n)
careo, carere, carui, caritutum
to be without
libero, are, avi, atum
to free
ludifico, are, avi, atum
to fool
prohiveo, prohibere, prohibui, prohibitum
to keep back, prevent
mortuus, a, um
dead
optimus, a, um
best
nunc
now
ubi
when
corpus, corporis
body (n)
caput, capitis
head (n)
ferrum, ferri
iron, sword
iter, itineris
journey (n)
iuvenis, iuvenis
youth, young man (m/f)
mater, matris
mother (f)
pater, patris
father (m)
rex, regis
king (m)
ripa, ripae
river bank, shore (f)
rivus, rivi
river (m)
uxor, uxoris
wife (f)
tyrannus, tyranni
king, tyrant (m)
deleo, delere, delevi, deletum
to destroy
nato, natare, natavi, natatum
to swim
servo, servare, servavi, servatum
to guard, save
tempto, temptare, temptavi, temptatum
to try, attempt
timeo, timere, timui
to be afraid, fear
timidus,a,um
afraid
etiam
also, even
castra, castromrum
camp (n) pl
miles, militis
soldier (m)
scriba, scribae
clerk: scribe (m(
toga, togae
toga (f)
curro, currere, cucurri, cursum
to run
circumdo, circumdare, circumdedi, circumdatum
to surround
dico, dicere, dixi, dictum
to speak, say, tell
gero, gerere, gessi, gestum
to wear
mitto, mittere, misi, missum
to send
peto, petere, petivi, petitum
to aim at, attack, seek
pono, ponere, posui, positum
to put, place
probo, probare, probavi, probatum
to approve
teneo, tenere, tunui, tentum
to hold
dux, ducis
leader (m)
familia, familae
family (f)
flumen, fluminis
river (n)
legatus, legati
officer, lieutenant (m)
obses, obsidis
hostage (m)
pax, pacis
peace (f)
periculum, periculi
danger (n)
statua, statuae
statue (f)
virgo, virginis
maiden (f)
lego, legere, legi, lectum
to read: choose, gather
propono, proponere, proposui, propositum
to put before, to propose
reverto, revertere, reverti, reversum
to turn back, return
ceteri, ceterorum
the rest
liber, libera, liberum
free
circum (+acc)
around
prope (+acc)
near
quod
because
maritus, mariti
husband (m)
nuntius, nuntii
messenger: message (m)
villa, villae
farmhouse (f)
virtus, virtutis
manhood, courage (f)
ascendo, ascendere, ascendi, ascensum
to climb, to go up
claudo, claudere, clausi, clausum
to shut, close, close off
evado, avadere, avadi, avasum
to come out, escape
induo, induere, indui, indutum
to put on
respondeo, repondere, respondi, responsum
to reply, respond
vinco, vincere, vici, victum
to conquer
notus, nota, notum
known
squalidus, squalida, squalidum
dirty
modo
only
postea
afterwards