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accedo, accedis, accedere C, accessi, accessum Verb come, approach, approach to, go against, get in, …
accipio, accipis, accipere M, accepi, acceptum Verb accept, take, receive
ad Preposition (1.) to, toward, near, at, in, by, about (with nu…
ager, agri [m.] O Noun field, ground, farm, land, estate, park, territor…
ago, agis, agere C, egi, actum Verb (1.) drive, urge, conduct, act (2.) spend (time w…
Agricola, Agricolae [m.] A Noun farmer, peasant
altum, alti [n.] O Noun deep, sea, deep water, height, remote/obscure per…
altus/alta/altum, AO Adjective high, deep, shrill, lofty, deep rooted, far-fetch…
amo, amas, amare A, amavi, amatum Verb love
ambulo, ambulas, ambulare A, ambulavi, ambulatum Verb go, walk
amicitia, amicitiae [f.] A Noun friendship
amicus, amici [m.] O Noun friend (m.)
amicus/amica/amicum, AO Adjective friendly, loving (of a lover)
anima, animae [f.] A Noun soul, breath, spirit, life
animus, animi [m.] O Noun sense, mind, bravery, soul, spirit, courage, heart
Arma, Armorum [n.] O (Pl.) Noun Arms, Weapons
audio, audis, audire I, audivi, auditum Verb hear, listen to, to Hear, to Listen, hear, listen…
aurum, auri [n.] O Noun gold
auxilium, auxilii [n.] O Noun help, aid
bellum, belli [n.] O Noun (1.) war, warfare (2.) war (3.) war, warfare
Bene Adverb well
bonus/bona/bonum, AO Adjective (1.) good, great, pleasant, favorable, valuable (…
caelum, caeli [n.] O Noun heaven, sky
cano, canis, canere C, cecini, cantum Verb sing, sing, celebrate, chant, crow, recite, play …
capio, capis, capere M, cepi, captum Verb take, seize, capture
causa, causae [f.] A Noun reason, cause, case, situation
cedo, cedis, cedere C, cessi, cessum Verb go, withdraw, yield to, grant, submit
clarus/clara/clarum, AO Adjective clear, bright, gleaming, loud, distinct, evident,…
cogito, cogitas, cogitare A, cogitavi, cogitatum Verb think
consilium, consilii [n.] O Noun plan, decision, council, advice
cum Conjunction with, when, at the time/on each occasion/in the s…
cupidus/cupida/cupidum, AO Adjective eager, passionate, longing for, desirous of (with…
cur Adverb why?, why, wherefore, for what reason/purpose?, o…
cura, curae [f.] A Noun care, attention, caution, anxiety
do, das, dare A, dedi, datum Verb give, offer, grant
de Preposition down, away from, from, off, about, of, concerning…
dea, deae [f.] A Noun god (f.), saint (f.), goddess
debeo, debes, debere E, debui, debitum Verb owe, ought, must
deus, dei [m.] O Noun god, supreme being, statue of god
dico, dicis, dicere C, dixi, dictum Verb say, call, tell
diligentia, diligentiae [f.] A Noun diligence, care, attentiveness, economy, frugalit…
discedo, discedis, discedere C, discessi, discessum Verb go away, depart
dominus, domini [m.] O Noun mister, gentleman, lord
dono, donas, donare A, donavi, donatum Verb bestow, donate, give, present, reward
donum, doni [n.] O Noun gift, present, give
duco, ducis, ducere C, duxi, ductum Verb lead, guide, develop, prolong
durus/dura/durum, AO Adjective hard, stern, harsh, rough, vigorous, cruel, unfee…
enim Conjunction namely (postpos.), indeed, in fact, for, I mean, …
equidem Adverb truly, indeed, for my part
erro, erras, errare A, erravi, erratum Verb wander, err, go astray, be mistaken
sum, es, esse IR, fui, - Verb be, exist
et Conjunction and, also
etenim Conjunction and indeed, because, since, as a matter of fact (…
etsi Conjunction even, though, although
Facio, Facis, Facere C, Feci, Factum Verb (1.) make, do, accomplish; become (passive) (2.) …
factum, facti [n.] O Noun deed, act, achievement
fama, famae [f.] A Noun (1.) rumor, report (2.) fame, reputation
fatum, fati [n.] O Noun fate, death
femina, feminae [f.] A Noun woman
fero, fers, ferre IR, tuli, latum Verb (1.) bear, carry, bring (2.) suffer, endure, tole…
ferrum, ferri [n.] O Noun iron, sword
filia, filiae [f.] A Noun daughter
filius, filii [m.] O Noun son
forum, fori [n.] O Noun marketplace, public square, forum
gero, geris, gerere C, gessi, gestum Verb carry, carry on, manage, conduct, accomplish, per…
gladius, gladii [m.] O Noun sword
gloria, gloriae [f.] A Noun glory, fame, honor
habeo, habes, habere E, habui, habitum Verb have, hold, possess, consider, think
imperium, imperii [n.] O Noun Empire, Authority, order, command
impius/impia/impium, AO Adjective wicked, impious, irreverent, ungodly, showing no …
incola, incolae [m.] A Noun Inhabitant
inimicitia, inimicitiae [f.] A Noun (1.) Enmity, Hostility (2.) Unfriendly relations,…
inimicus, inimici [m.] O Noun (personal)enemy
insula, insulae [f.] A Noun island
interficio, interficis, interficere M, interfeci, interfectum Verb (1.) kill, murder, destroy, put and end to (2.) o…
invidia, invidiae [f.] A Noun envy, jealousy, hatred, discontent
ira, irae [f.] A Noun anger, wrath, rage
eo, is, ire IR, ii, - Verb go
Italia, Italiae [f.] A Noun Italy
iubeo, iubes, iubere E, iussi, iussum Verb command, order, require
laboro, laboras, laborare A, laboravi, laboratum Verb work
laetus/laeta/laetum, AO Adjective (1.) happy, cheerful, joyful, glad (2.) successfu…
laudo, laudas, laudare A, laudavi, laudatum Verb praise, commend
liber, libri [m.] O Noun book, volume, inner bark of a tree, book, book
liber/libera/liberum, AO Adjective free (man), unimpeded, void of, independent, outs…
magnus/magna/magnum, AO Adjective big, great
malus/mala/malum, AO Adjective bad, evil, wicked, ugly, unlucky
memini, meministi, meminisse C, -, - Verb remember
meus/mea/meum, AO Adjective my
miser/misera/miserum, AO Adjective poor, miserable, wretched, unfortunate, unhappy, …
mitto, mittis, mittere C, misi, missum Verb send
monstro, monstras, monstrare A, monstravi, monstratum Verb show
mora, morae [f.] A Noun delay
moveo, moves, movere E, movi, motum Verb move, arouse, affect, set in motion, stir up
mox Adverb soon, Soon
multum Adverb much
multus/multa/multum, AO Adjective many
nam Conjunction namely, because, since, for
namque Conjunction for in fact, on the other hand, insomuch as (stre…
nauta, nautae [m.] A Noun sailor
neque Conjunction and not, nor, not, neither
nihil, - [m.] C Noun (indefinite) nothing
nisi Conjunction if not, except, unless
noster/nostra/nostrum, AO Adjective our, ours
nunc Adverb now, at present
odium, odii [n.] O Noun hatred
oppidum, oppidi [n.] O Noun town, city
opto, optas, optare A, optavi, optatum Verb choose, select, wish, wish for, desire
parvus/parva/parvum, AO Adjective small, little, cheap, unimportant, (SUPER) smalle…
patria, patriae [f.] A Noun Home, Homeland, Country
paucus/pauca/paucum, AO Adjective little, small in quantity/extent, few (usu. pl.),…
pecunia, pecuniae [f.] A Noun money
per Preposition through, by, along
perficio, perficis, perficere M, perfeci, perfectum Verb complete, finish, execute, bring about, accomplis…
periculum, periculi [n.] O Noun danger, risk
pius/pia/pium, AO Adjective dutiful, pious, devout, loyal
poena, poenae [f.] A Noun penalty, punishment
poeta, poetae [m.] A Noun poet
pono, ponis, ponere C, posui, positum Verb (1.) put, place, set, station, set aside (2.) put…
populus, populi [m.] O Noun population, people, nation, State, public/populac…
possum, potes, posse IR, potui, - Verb be able, can
postquam Conjunction after
pro Preposition for, on behalf of, in front of, before, For/on be…
proelium, proeliis [n.] C Noun combat, battle, fight
propter Preposition on account of, Because of
provincia, provinciae [f.] A Noun province
puella, puellae [f.] A Noun girl
puer, pueri [m.] O Noun boy, children (plural)
pugno, pugnas, pugnare A, pugnavi, pugnatum Verb fight, battle
pulcher/pulchra/pulchrum, AO Adjective pretty, beautiful, handsome, noble, illustrious
quamquam Conjunction though, although, yet, nevertheless, also
que Conjunction and, And, Und
quidem Adverb (1.) indeed, certainly, at least (2.) at least, c…
quoniam Conjunction because, since, seeing that, Since
redeo, redis, redire E, redii, reditum Verb to go back, return
rego, regis, regere C, rexi, rectum Verb rule
regina, reginae [f.] A Noun queen
respondeo, respondes, respondere E, respondi, responsum Verb respond, answer
romanus, romani [m.] O Noun Roman, the Romans (pl.), Roman
sapientia, sapientiae [f.] A Noun wisdom
scribo, scribis, scribere C, scripsi, scriptum Verb write
sed Conjunction but
semper Adverb (1.) always (2.) always, Always (3.) always
sententia, sententiae [f.] A Noun feeling, thought, opinion, vote, sentence
sentio, sentis, sentire I, sensi, sensum Verb feel, perceive, think, experience
servus, servi [m.] O Noun slave, servant
si Conjunction if, If
sic Adverb (1.) so, this, still, in this way (2.) Thus, Just…
sine Preposition without
socius, socii [m.] O Noun companion, ally
socius/socia/socium, AO Adjective sharing, associated, allied
studium, studii [n.] O Noun zeal, enthusiasm, excitement, study
supero, superas, superare A, superavi, superatum Verb beat, defeat, exceed, overcome, conquer, surpass
suus/sua/suum, AO Adjective his own, her own, its own, their own
tamen Conjunction nevertheless, however, still, despite, yet, notwi…
teneo, tenes, tenere E, tenui, tentum Verb (1.) hold, grasp (2.) keep, possess (3.) occupy
terra, terrae [f.] A Noun land, earth
timeo, times, timere E, timui, - Verb be scared of, fear, dread, be afraid (ne + SUB = …
tuus/tua/tuum, AO Adjective your
ubi Pronoun (1.) where?, where, in what place, (time) when, w…
ut Conjunction (1.) as, like, how (2.) that, so that (3.) that (…
valde Adverb (1.) very, much/many, Very (2.) strongly
validus/valida/validum, AO Adjective strong, powerful, valid
velum, veli [n.] O Noun sail, covering, curtain, [vela vento dare => sail…
venio, venis, venire I, veni, ventum Verb come
vester/vestra/vestrum, AO Adjective your (pl.), of/belonging to/associated with you
via, viae [f.] A Noun street, road, path, way
video, vides, videre E, vidi, visum Verb (1.) see (2.) Seem
vir, viri [m.] O Noun man, hero, husband
vita, vitae [f.] A Noun Life
voco, vocas, vocare A, vocavi, vocatum Verb (1.) shout, call (2.) summon (3.) name
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