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a, ab
From, away from, by
absum
I am absent
abesse
To be absent
afui
I was absent
ac, atque
And
accido
I happen
accidere
To happen
accidi
I happened
accipio
I accept, receive
accipere
To accept, receive
accepi
I accepted, received
acceptus
Having been accepted, received
ad
To
adeo
So much, so greatly
adsum
I am present
adesse
To be present
adfui
I was present
advenio
I arrive
advenire
To arrive
adveni
I arrived
aedifico
I build
aedificare
To build
aedificavi
I built
aedificatus
Having been built
ager, agri
Field
ago
I do, act, drive
agere
To do, act, drive
egi
I did, acted, drove
actus
Having been done, acted, driven
alii... alii
Some... others
alius, alia, aliud
Other
alter, altera, alterum
The other, another
altus, alta, altum
High, deep
ambulo
I walk
ambulare
To walk
ambulavi
I walked
amicus, amici
Friend
amo
I love
amare
To love
amavi
I loved
amatus
Having been loved
amor, amoris
Love (noun)
ancilla, ancillae
Slave-girl
animus, animi
Spirit, soul
annus, anni
Year
antea, ante + accusative
Before, in front of
appareo
I appear
apparere
To appear
apparui
I appeared
appropinquo
I approach
appropinquare
To approach
appropinquavi
I approached
apud + accusative
Among, with, at the house of
aqua, aquae
Water
arma, armorum
Arms, weapons
ars, artis
Art, skill
ascendo
I climb
ascendere
To climb
ascendi
I climbed
ascensus
Having been climbed
audax, audacis
Bold, daring
audeo
I dare
audere
To dare
ausus sum
I dared
audio
I hear
audire
To hear
audivi
I heard
auditus
Having been heard
aufero
I steal, take away
auferre
To steal, take away
abstuli
I stole, took away
ablatus
Having been stolen, taken away
autem
But, however
auxilium, auxilii
Help
bellum, belli
War
bellum gero
I wage war
bellum gerere
To wage war
bellum gessi
I waged war
bellum gestus
The war having been waged
bene
Well
benignus, benigna, benignum
Kind
bibo
I drink
bibere
To drink
bibi
I drank
bonus, bona, bonum
Good
brevis, breve
Short, brief
cado
I fall
cadere
To fall
cecidi
I fell
casus
Having been fallen
caelum, caeli
Sky, heaven
canis
Dog
capio
I take, catch, capture
capere
To take, catch, capture
cepi
I took, caught, captured
captus
Having been taken, caught, captured
captivus, captivi
Prisoner
caput, capitis
Head
castra, castrorum
Camp
celer, celeris, celere
Quick
celo
I hide
celare
To hide
celavi
I hid
celatus
Having been hidden
cena, cenae
Dinner
ceteri, ceterae, cetera
The others, the rest
cibus, cibi
Food
circum + accusative
Around
civis
Citizen
clamo
I shout
clamare
To shout
clamavi
I shouted
clamatus
Having been shouted
clamor, clamoris
Shouting, uproar
clarus, clara, clarum
Clear, famous
coepi
I begin
coepisse
To begin
cogito
I think
cogitare
To think
cogitavi
I thought
cogitatus
Having been thought
cognosco
I find out, get to know
cognoscere
To find out, get to know
cognovi
I found out, got to know
cognitus
Having been found out, got to know
cogo
I force, compel
cogere
To force, compel
coegi
I forced, compelled
coactus
Having been forced, compelled
comes, comitis
Companion
conficio
I finish, wear out
conficere
To finish, wear out
confeci
I finished, wore out
confectus
Having been finished, worn out
conor
I try
conari
To try
conatus sum
I tried
consilium, consilii
Plan, idea
conspicio
I catch sight of
conspicere
To catch sight of
conspexi
I caught sight of
conspectus
Having been caught sight of
constituo
I decide
constituere
To decide
constitui
I decided
constitutus
Having been decided
consul, consulis
Consul, government official
consumo
I eat
consumere
To eat
consumpsi
I ate
consumptus
Having been eaten
contra + accusative
Against
convenio
I gather
convenire
To gather
conveni
I gathered
copiae, copiarum
Forces, troops
corpus, corporis
Body
cras
Tomorrow
credo
I trust, believe
credere
To trust, believe
credidi
I trusted, believed
creditus + dative
Having been trusted, believed
crudelis, crudele
Cruel
cum + ablative
With
cum
When
cupio
I want
cupere
To want
cupivi
I wanted
cupitus
Having been wanted
cur?
Why?
cura, curae
Care, worry
curro
I run
currere
To run
cucurri
I ran
cursus
Having been run
custodio
I guard
custodire
To guard
custodivi
I guarded
custoditus
Having been guarded
custos, custodis
Guard
dea, deae
Goddess
debeo
I owe
debere
To owe
debui
I owed
debitus
Having been owed
defendo
I defend
defendere
To defend
defendi
I defended
defensus
Having been defended
deinde
Then
deleo
I destroy
delere
To destroy
delevi
I destroyed
deletus
Having been destroyed
descendo
I go down
descendere
To go down
descendi
I went down
descensus
Having been gone down
deus, dei
god
dico
I say
dicere
To say
dixi
I said
dictus
Having been said
dies, diei
Day
difficilis, difficile
Difficult
diligens, diligentis
Careful
dirus, dira, dirum
Dreadful
discedo
I leave
discedere
To leave
discessi
I left
diu
For a long time
do
I give
dare
To give
dedi
I gave
datus
Having been given
doceo
I teach
docere
To teach
docui
I taught
doctus
Having been taught
domina, dominae
Mistress
dominus, domini
Master
domus
Home
domi
At home
donum, doni
Gift
dormio
I sleep
dormire
To sleep
dormivi
I slept
duco
I lead
ducere
To lead
duxi
I led
ductus
Having been led
dum
While, until
dux, ducis
Leader
e, ex + ablative (or as a verb prefix)
From, out of
ecce!
Look!
effugio
I escape
effugere
To escape
effugi
I escaped
ego, mei
I, me
emo
I buy
emere
To buy
emi
I bought
emptus
Having been bought
enim
For
eo
I go
ire
To go
ii, ivi
I went
epistula, epistulae
Letter
equus, equi
Horse
et
And
et... et
Both... and
etiam
Also, even
exercitus
Army
exspecto
I wait for
exspectare
To wait for
exspectavi
I waited for
exspectatus
Having been waited for
femina, feminae
Woman
fero
I bring, bear, carry
ferre
To bring, bear, carry
tuli
I brought, bore, carried
latus
Having been brought, bore, carried
ferox, ferocis
Fierce
festino
I hurry
festinare
To hurry
festinavi
I hurried
fidelis, fidele
Loyal
filia, filiae
Daughter
filius, filii
Son
flumen, fluminis
River
forte
By chance
fortis, forte
Brave
forum, fori
Market place
frater, fratris
Brother
frustra
In vain
fugio
I flee
fugere
To flee
fugi
I fled
gravis, grave
Heavy, serious
gaudeo
I rejoice, am pleased
gaudere
To rejoice, be pleased
gavisus sum
I rejoiced, was pleased
gaudium, gaudii, n (2)
Joy, pleasure
gens, gentis, f (3)
Family, tribe, race, people
gladius, gladii, m (2)
Sword
gravis, grave
Heavy, serious
hic
This, here
hodie
Today
homo, hominis (3)
Man
hora, horae (1)
Hour
hortor
I encourage
hortari
To encourage
hortatus sum
I encouraged
hortus, horti (2)
Garden
hostis, hostis (3)
Enemy
habeo
I have
habere
To have
habui
I had
habitus
Having been had
habito
I live
habitare
To live
habitavi
I lived
habitatus
Having been lived
heri
Yesterday
iaceo
I lie down
iacere
To lie down, to throw
iacui
I lay down
iacio
I throw
ieci
I threw
iactus
Having been thrown
iam
Now
ianua, ianuae (1)
Door
ibi
There
idem, eadem, idem
The same
igitur
Therefore, and so
ille
He
illa
She
illud
It, that
imperator, imperatoris (3)
Emperor, general, leader
imperium, imperii (2)
Empire, power, command
impero
I order, command
imperare
To order, command
imperavi
I ordered, commanded
imperatus + dative
Having been ordered, commanded
in + ablative
In, on
in + accusative
Into, onto
incendo
I burn, set on fire
incendere
To burn, set on fire
incendi
I burnt, set on fire
incensus
Having been burnt, set on fire
infelix, infelicis
Unlucky, unhappy
ingens, ingentis
Huge
ingredior
I enter
ingredi
To enter
ingressus sum
I entered
inimicus, inimici (2)
Enemy
inquit
S/he says, s/he said
insula, insulae (1)
Island, block of flats
intellego
I understand, realise
intellegere
To understand, realise
intellexi
I understood, realised
intellectus
Having been understood, realised
inter + accusative
Among, between
interea
Meanwhile
interficio
I kill
interficere
To kill
interfeci
I killed
interfectus
Having been killed
intro
I enter
intrare
To enter
intravi
I entered
intratus
Having been entered
invenio
I find
invenire
To find
inveni
I found
inventus
Having been found
invito
I invite
invitare
To invite
invitavi
I invited
invitatus
Having been invited
ipse
Himself
ipsa
Herself
ipsum
Itself
ira, irae (1)
Anger
iratus, irata, iratum
Angry
is
He
ea
She
id
It, that
ita
In this way, so
itaque
Therefore, and so
iter, itineris (3)
Journey
iterum
Again
iubeo
I order
iubere
To order
iussi
I ordered
iussus
Having been ordered
iuvenis, iuvenis (3)
Young man
labor, laboris, m (3)
Work
laboro
I work
laborare
To work
laboravi
I worked
lacrimo
I cry
lacrimare
To cry
lacrimavi
I cried
laetus, laeta, laetum
Happy
laudo
I praise
laudare
To praise
laudavi
I praised
laudatus
Having been praised
legio, legionis, f (3)
Legion
lego
I read, choose
legere
To read, choose
legi
I read, chose
lectus
Having been read, chosen
lentus, lenta, lentum
Slow
leo, leonis, m (3)
Lion
libenter
Willingly, gladly
liber, libri, m (2)
Book
liberi, liberorum, m pl. (2)
Children
libero
I set free
liberare
To set free
liberavi
I set free
liberatus
Having been set free
libertus, liberti, m (2)
Freedman, ex-slave
locus, loci, m (2)
Place
longus, longa, longum
Long
loquor
I speak
loqui
To speak
locutus sum
I spoke
lux, lucis, f (3)
Light, daylight
magis
More
magnopere
Greatly
magnus, magna, magnum
Large, great
malo
I prefer
malle
To prefer
malui
I preferred
malus, mala, malum
Bad, evil
maneo
I remain, stay
manere
To remain, stay
mansi
I remained, stayed
manus, manus, f (4)
Hand, group of people
mare, maris, n (3)
Sea
maritus, mariti, m (2)
Husband
mater, matris, f (3)
Mother
maxime
Very greatly
medius, media, medium
Middle
mercator, mercatoris, m (3)
Merchant
meus, mea, meum
My
miles, militis, m (3)
Soldier
minime
No, least
miror
I admire, wonder at
mirari
To admire, wonder at
miratus sum
I admired, wondered at
miser, misera, miserum
Miserable, wretched, sad
mitto
I send
mittere
To send
misi
I sent
missus
Having been sent
modus, modi, m (2)
Manner, way, kind
moneo
I warn, advise
monere
To warn, advise
monui
I warned, advised
monitus
Having been warned, advised
mons, montis, m (3)
Mountain
morior
I die
mori
To die
mortuus sum
I died
mors, mortis, f (3)
Death
moveo
I move
movere
To move
movi
I moved
motus
Having been moved
mox
Soon
multo
Much
multus, multa, multum
Much, many
murus, muri, m (2)
Wall
nam
For
narro
I tell, relate
narrare
To tell, relate
narravi
I told, related
narratus
Having been told, related
nauta, nautae, m (1)
Sailor
navigo
I sail
navigare
To sail
navigavi
I sailed
navis, navis, f (3)
Ship
ne + subjunctive
So that... not, lest
-ne
Question word
nec, neque
and not, nor, neither
neco
I kill
necare
To kill
necavi
I killed
necatus
Having been killed
nemo, neminis
No-one
nescio
I don't know
nescire
To not know
nescivi
I didn't know
nihil
Nothing
nisi
Unless, except
nolo
I don't want, refuse
nolle
To not want, refuse
nolui
I didn't want, refused
nomen, nominis, n (3)
Name
non
Not
nonne...?
Surely...?
nonnulli, nonnullae, nonnulla
Some, several
nos, nostrum
We, us
noster, nostra, nostrum
Our
novus, nova, novum
New
nox, noctis, f (3)
Night
nullus, nulla, nullum
Not any, no
num
Whether
num...?
Surely... not?
numquam
Never
nunc
Now
nuntio
I announce
nuntiare
To announce
nuntiavi
I announced
nuntiatus
Having been announced
nuntius, nuntii, m (2)
Messenger, message, news
occido
I kill
occidere
To kill
occidi
I killed
occisus
Having been killed
offero
I offer
offerre
To offer
obtuli
I offered
oblatus
Having been offered
olim
Once, some time ago
omnis, omne
All, every
opprimo
I crush, overwhelm
opprimere
To crush, overwhelm
oppressi
I crushed, overwhelmed
oppressus
Having been crushed, overwhelmed
oppugno
I attack
oppugnare
To attack
oppugnavi
I attacked
oppugnatus
Having been attacked
oro
I beg
orare
To beg
oravi
I begged
oratus
Having been begged
ostendo
I show
ostendere
To show
ostendi
I showed
ostentus
Having been shown
paene
Almost, nearly
paro
I prepare
parare
To prepare
paravi
I prepared
paratus
Having been prepared
pars, partis, f (3)
Part
parvus, parva, parvum
Small
pater, patris, m (3)
Father
patior
I suffer, endure
pati
To suffer, endure
passus sum
I suffered, endured
patria, patriae, f (1)
Country, homeland
pauci, paucae, pauca
Few, a few
pax, pacis, f (3)
Peace
pecunia, pecuniae, f (1)
Money
pello
I drive
pellere
To drive
pepuli
I drove
pulsus
Having been driven
per + accusative
Through, along
pereo
I die, perish
perire
To die, perish
perii
I died, perished
periculum, periculi, n (2)
Danger
persuadeo
I persuade
persuadere
To persuade
persuasi + dative
I persuaded
perterritus, perterrita, perterritum
Terrified
pervenio
I reach, arrive at
pervenire
To reach, arrive at
perveni
I reached, arrived at
perventus
Having been reached, arrived at
pes, pedis, m (3)
Foot
peto
I make for, seek, beg/ask for
petere
To make for, seek, beg/ask for
petivi
I made for, sought, begged/asked for
petitus
Having been made for, sought, begged/asked for
plenus, plena, plenum
Full
poena, poenae, f (1)
Punishment
poenas do
Pay the penalty
pono
I put, place, put up
ponere
To put, place, put up
posui
I put, placed, put up
positus
Having been put, placed, put up
porta, portae, f (1)
Gate
porto
I carry
portare
To carry
portavi
I carried
portatus
Having been carried
portus, portus, m (4)
Harbour, port
possum
I am able
posse
To be able to
potui
I was able
post + accusative
After, behind
postea
Afterwards
postquam
After, when
postridie
On the next day
praemium, praemii, n (2)
Prize, reward, profit, gift
precor
I pray (to), beg
precari
To pray (to), beg
precatus sum
I prayed (to), begged
primo
At first
primus, prima, primum
First
princeps, principis, m (3)
Chief, emperor
pro + ablative
In front of, for, in return for
procedo
I advance, proceed
procedere
To advance, proceed
processi
I advanced, proceeded
proelium, proelii, n (2)
Battle
proficiscor
I set out
proficisci
To set out
profectus sum
I set out
progredior
I advance
progredi
To advance
progressus sum
I advanced
promitto
I promise
promittere
To promise
promisi
I promised
promissus
Having been promised
prope + accusative
Near
propter + accusative
On account of, because of
proximus, proxima, proximum
Nearest, next to
puella, puellae, f (1)
Girl
puer, pueri, m (2)
Boy
pugno
I fight
pugnare
To fight
pugnavi
I fought
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
Beautiful, handsome
punio
I punish
punire
To punish
punivi
I punished
punitus
Having been punished
puto
I think
putare
To think
putavi
I thought
putatus
Having been thought
quaero
I search for, ask
quaerere
To search for, ask
quaesivi
I searched for, asked
quaesitus
Having been searched for, asked
qualis? quale?
What sort of?
quam + superlative adverb
As ... as possible
quam
Than
quam? quam!
How? How!
quamquam
Although
quando?
When?
quantus? quanta? quantum?
How much?
-que
And
qui, quae, quod
Who, which, what
quidam, quaedam, quoddam
One, a certain, some
quis?
Who?
quid?
What?
quo?
To where?
quod
Because
quomodo?
In what way? How?
quoque
Also, too
quot?
How many?
rapio
I seize, grab
rapere
To seize, grab
rapui
I seized, grabbed
raptus
Having been seized, grabbed
re-
-back - a prefix used with verbs
reddo
I give back, restore
reddere
To give back, restore
reddidi
I gave back, restored
redditus
Having been given back, restored
redeo
I return, go back
redire
To return, go back
redii
I returned, went back
refero
I bring back, report, tell
referre
To bring back, report, tell
rettuli
I brought back, reported, told
relatus
Having been brought back, reported, told
regina, reginae, (f 1)
Queen
regnum, regni, (n 2)
Kingdom
rego
I rule
regere
To rule
rexi
I ruled
rectus
Having been ruled
regredior
I return, go back
regredi
To return, go back
regressus sum
I returned, went back
relinquo
I leave
relinquere
To leave
reliqui
I left
relictus
Having been left
res, rei, (f 5)
Thing, matter, event
resisto
I resist
resistere
To resist
restiti + dative
I resisted
respondeo
I reply
respondere
To reply
respondi
I replied
responsus
Having been replied
rex, regis, (m 3)
King
rideo
I laugh, smile
ridere
To laugh, smile
risi
I laughed, smiled
rogo
I ask, ask for
rogare
To ask, ask for
rogavi
I asked, asked for
rogatus
Having been asked, asked for
Roma, (f 1)
Rome
Romae
In/at Rome
Romanus, Romana, Romanum
Roman ADJECTIVE
rumpo
I break, burst
rumpere
To break, burst
rupi
I broke, burst
ruptus
Having been broken, burst
sacer, sacra, sacrum
Sacred
saepe
Often
saevus, saeva, saevum
Savage, cruel
saluto
I greet
salutare
To greet
salutavi
I greeted
salutatus
Having been greeted
salve! salvete (plural)!
Hello!
sanguis, sanguinis, (m 3)
Blood
sapiens, sapientis
Wise
satis
Enough
scelestus, scelesta, scelestum
Wicked
scelus, sceleris, (n 3)
Crime
scio
I know
scire
To know
scivi
I knew
scitus
Having been known
scribo
I write
scribere
To write
scripsi
I wrote
scriptus
Having been written
se, sui
Himself, herself, itself, themselves
sed
But
sedeo
I sit
sedere
To sit
sedi
I sat
semper
Always
senator, senatoris, (m 3)
Senator
senex, senis, (m 3)
Old man
sentio
I feel, notice
sentire
To feel, notice
sensi
I felt, noticed
sensus
Having been felt, noticed
sequor
I follow
sequi
To follow
secutus sum
I followed
servo
I save, protect, keep
servare
To save, protect, keep
servavi
I saved, protected, kept
servatus
Having been saved, protected, kept
servus, servi, (m 2)
Slave
si
If
sic
Thus, in this way
signum, signi, (n 2)
Sign, signal, standard
silva, silvae, (f 1)
Wood
simul
At the same time
simulac, simulatque
As soon as
sine + ablative
Without
soleo
I am accustomed to
solere
To be accustomed to
solitus sum
I was accustomed to
solus, sola, solum
Alone, lonely, only
specto
I look at, watch
spectare
To look at, watch
spectavi
I looked at, watched
spectatus
Having been looked at, watched
spero
I hope, expect
sperare
To hope, expect
speravi
I hoped, expected
speratus
Having been hoped, expected
spes, spei, (f 5)
Hope
statim
At once, immediately
sto
I stand
stare
To stand
steti
I stood
stultus, stulta, stultum
Stupid, foolish
sub + accusative/ablative
Under, beneath
subito
Suddenly
sum
I am
esse
To be
fui
I was
summus, summa, summum
Highest, greatest, top of
supero
I overcome, overpower
superare
To overcome, overpower
superavi
I overcame, overpowered
superatus
Having been overcome, overpowered
surgo
I stand up, rise
surgere
To stand up, rise
surrexi
I stood up, rose
suus, sua, suum
His, her, its, their (own)
taberna, tabernae, (f 1)
Shop, inn
taceo
I am silent
tacere
To be silent
tacui
I was silent
tacitus
Having been silent
talis, tale
Such
tam
So
tamen
However
tandem
At last, finally
tantus, tanta, tantum
So great
tempestas, tempestatis, (f 3)
Storm
templum, templi, (n 2)
Temple
tempus, temporis, (n 3)
Time
teneo
I hold
tenere
To hold
tenui
I held
tentus
Having been held
terra, terrae, (f 1)
Ground, land, country
terreo
I frighten
terrere
To frighten
terrui
I frightened
territus
Having been frightened
timeo
I fear, am afraid
timere
To fear, be afraid
timui
I feared, was afraid
tollo
I lift, hold up
tollere
To lift, hold up
sustuli
I lifted, held up
sublatus
Having been lifted, held up
tot
So many
totus, tota, totum
Whole
trado
I hand over
tradere
To hand over
tradidi
I handed over
traditus
Having been handed over
traho
I drag
trahere
To drag
traxi
I dragged
tractus
Having been dragged
trans + accusative (or as a verb prefix)
Across
tristis, triste
Sad
tu, tui
You (singular)
tum
Then
turba, turbae, (f 1)
Crowd
tuus, tua, tuum
Your (singular)
ubi
Where, when?
umquam
Ever
unde
From where
urbs, urbis (f 3)
City, town
ut (in a subjunctive)
That, so that, in order to
ut (indicative)
As, when
uxor, uxoris (f 3)
Wife
vale, valete (plural)!
Goodbye
validus, valida, validum
Strong
vehementer
Violently, loudly
vendo
I sell
vendere
To sell
vendidi
I sold
venditus
Having been sold
venio
I come
venire
To come
veni
I came
verbum, verbi, (n 2)
Word
verto
I turn
vertere
To turn
verti
I turned
versus
Having been turned
verus, vera, verum
True, real
vester, vestra, vestrum
Your
via, viae, (f 1)
Road, way
victoria, victoriae, (f 1)
Victory
video
I see
videre
To see
vidi
I saw
visus
Having been seen
videor
I seem, appear
videri
To seem, appear
visus sum
I seemed, appeared
villa, villae (f 1)
House
vinco
I conquer, win
vincere
To conquer, win
vici
I conquered, won
victus
Having been conquered, won
vinum, vini, (n 2)
Wine
vir, viri, (m 2)
Man
virtus, virtutis, (f 3)
Courage, virtue
vita, vitae, (f 1)
Life
vivo
I live
vivere
To live
vixi
I lived
vivus, viva, vivum
Alive, living
voco
I call
vocare
To call
vocavi
I called
vocatus
Having been called
volo
I want
velle
To want
volui
I wanted
vos, vestrum
You plural
vox, vocis, (f 3)
Voice, shout
vulnero
I wound, injure
vulnerare
To wound, injure
vulneravi
I wounded, injured
vulneratus
Having been wounded, injured
vulnus, vulneris, (n 3)
Wound, injury
facilis, facile
Easy
facio
I make, do
facere
To make, do
feci
I made, did
factus
Having been made, done
faveo
I favour, support
favere
To favour, support
favi
I favoured, supported
fautus + dative
Having been favoured, supported
felix, felicis
Happy, lucky, fortunate
egredior
I go out
egredi
To go out
egressus sum
I went out
vultus, vultus, (m 4)
Expression, face