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Vocable Translation
duo/duae/duo, AO Adjective (1.) two (2.) both
a, ab+Abl. Preposition by, of, from
accipio, accipis, accipere M, accepi, acceptum Verb accept, take, receive
ad Preposition (1.) to, toward, near, at, in, by, about (with nu…
ago, agis, agere C, egi, actum Verb (1.) drive, urge, conduct, act (2.) spend (time w…
alius/alia/aliud, AO Adjective someone else, other, another
alter/altera/alterum, AO Adjective the other one, (the) alternative, the other
an Conjunction (1.) (2.) can it be that (introduces question ex…
animus, animi [m.] O Noun sense, mind, bravery, soul, spirit, courage, heart
annus, anni [m.] O Noun year
ante Preposition (1.) before, in front of (2.) before, previously,…
antequam Conjunction before, sooner than, until
apud Preposition at, with, among, at the house of, in the presence…
arma, armorum [n.] O (Pl.) Noun weapons
at Conjunction (1.) but, but on the other hand, on the contrary,…
atque Conjunction (1.) and (2.) and also (3.) and moreover
aut Conjunction (1.) (2.) or (3.) or, either... or (4.) or, eith…
aut … aut Phrase either ... or, or ... or
autem Conjunction (1.) however (2.) but (put after), however (3.) h…
bellum, belli [n.] O Noun (1.) war, warfare (2.) war (3.) war, warfare
caelum, caeli [n.] O Noun heaven, sky
capio, capis, capere M, cepi, captum Verb take, seize, capture
castrum, castri [n.] O Noun fort/fortress, camp (pl.), military camp/field, a…
causa, causae [f.] A Noun reason, cause, case, situation
civitas, civitatis [f.] C Noun state, citizenship
cognosco, cognoscis, cognoscere C, cognovi, cognitum Verb become acquainted with, learn, recognize, (in per…
contra Adverb (1.) against, facing, face-to-face, in the eyes, …
corpus, corporis [n.] C Noun body, corpus
cum Conjunction with, when, at the time/on each occasion/in the s…
do, das, dare A, dedi, datum Verb give, offer, grant
de (m. Abl.) Preposition about, from, over, down and away
deus, dei [m.] O Noun god, supreme being, statue of god
dico, dicis, dicere C, dixi, dictum Verb say, call, tell
dies, diei [m.] E Noun (1.) Day (2.) day, Day, Diary (3.) Day
duco, ducis, ducere C, duxi, ductum Verb lead, guide, develop, prolong
dum Conjunction (1.) during, as long as, until, while (2.) while,…
durus/dura/durum, AO Adjective hard, harsh, rough, stern, unfeeling, hardy, diff…
ego, tu, - Personal Pronoun I, you, he/she/it (personal pronoun)
enim Conjunction namely (postpos.), indeed, in fact, for, I mean, …
ergo Phrase therefore
sum, es, esse IR, fui, - Verb be, exist
etiam Conjunction also, too, even, still, again, moreover, as well …
ex Preposition (1.) from, out of, of (2.) From, Out of
facio, facis, facere M, feci, factum Verb do, make, handle
fero, fers, ferre IR, tuli, latum Verb (1.) bear, carry, bring (2.) suffer, endure, tole…
fugio, fugis, fugere M, fugi, fugitutum Verb flee, fly, run away, avoid, shun, go into exile
gero, geris, gerere C, gessi, gestum Verb carry, carry on, manage, conduct, accomplish, per…
gravis/grave, gravis M Adjective heavy, heavily
habeo, habes, habere E, habui, habitum Verb have, hold, possess, consider, think
haud Adverb not, not at all, by no means, not (as a particle)…
hic, haec, hoc Pronoun these
hostis, hostis [m.] M Noun enemy
huc Adverb here, hither
iam Adverb already, (by) now, (by) then, presently
igitur Adverb therefore (postpositive), so/then, consequently, …
ignis, ignis [m.] C Noun fire
ille, illa, illud Phrase still in translation
in+Abl. Preposition in, on
inde Adverb hence, henceforth, from that place/time/cause, th…
ingens, ingentis M Adjective not natural, immoderate, huge, vast, enormous, mi…
inquam, inquis, inquere C, inquii, inquum Verb say
inter Preposition (1.) between (2.) in between, among themselves
ipse, ipsa, ipsum Demonstrative Pronoun him/her/its-self
eo, is, ire IR, ii, - Verb go
is ea id Relative Pronoun that, he, she, it
ita Adverb so, in such a way
iubeo, iubes, iubere E, iussi, iussum Verb command, order, require
iuvenis, iuvenis [m.] M Noun young man, juvenile
locus, loci [m.] O Noun place, location
longe Adverb (1.) long, tall, tedious, taking long time, bound…
longus/longa/longum, AO Adjective long
magis Adverb to greater extent, more nearly, rather, instead, …
magnus/magna/magnum, AO Adjective big, great
manus, manus [f.] U Noun hand, band (of men)
medius/media/medium, AO Adjective middle
mille, milis [n.] I Noun thousand, thousands (men/things), miles, [~ passu…
miser/misera/miserum, AO Adjective poor, miserable, wretched, unfortunate, unhappy, …
mitto, mittis, mittere C, misi, missum Verb send
moveo, moves, movere E, movi, motum Verb move, arouse, affect, set in motion, stir up
multus/multa/multum, AO Adjective many
nam Conjunction namely, because, since, for
ne Conjunction not, [ne....quidem => not even], truly, indeed, v…
nec Conjunction (1.) and not, nor, not, neither, not even (2.) (…
neque Conjunction and not, nor, not, neither
ni Adverb if ... not, unless, [quid ni? => why not?]
nisi Conjunction if not, except, unless
nomen, nominis [n.] C Noun name, Name, Name, name, name
noster/nostra/nostrum, AO Adjective our, ours
novus/nova/novum, AO Adjective new
nullus/nulla/nullum, AO Adjective not any, no
nunc Adverb now, at present
ob Preposition on account of, for the sake of, for, instead of, …
omnis/omne, omnis M Adjective each, every, all
os, oris [n.] C Noun mouth, face
pars, partis [f.] I Noun part
pater, patris [m.] C Noun father
pectus, pectoris [n.] C Noun breast, heart
per Preposition through, by, along
peto, petis, petere C, peti(v)i, petitum Verb (1.) aim at, attack (2.) seek (3.) make for (4.)
pono, ponis, ponere C, posui, positum Verb (1.) put, place, set, station, set aside (2.) put…
possum, potes, posse IR, potui, - Verb be able, can
post Preposition (1.) behind, afterwards, after (2.) after (3.) af…
primus/prima/primum, AO Adjective first, foremost, chief, principal
pro+Abl. Preposition in front of, for, in the name of, instead of, on …
procul Adverb away, at distance, far off, In the distance, Far …
prope Preposition close to, near, Near
quam Pronoun (1.) like, how, how much, as, than, [quam + super…
que Conjunction and, And, Und
qui, quae, quod Pronoun who, which, what, that,
quia Conjunction (1.) because, that (2.) because (3.) because (4.)…
quidem Adverb (1.) indeed, certainly, at least (2.) at least, c…
refero, refers, referre IR, rettuli, relatum Verb bring back, report
relinquo, relinquis, relinquere C, reliqui, relictum Verb leave behind, leave, abandon, desert
reliquus/reliqua/reliquum, AO Adjective remaining, left over
res, rei [f.] E Noun thing, matter, business, affair
rex, regis [m.] C Noun king
saepe Adverb often
sed Conjunction but
sequor, sequeris, sequi C, secutus sum (Dep.) Verb follow
si Conjunction if, If
sic Adverb (1.) so, this, still, in this way (2.) Thus, Just…
silva, silvae [f.] A Noun forest
simul Adverb (1.) simultaneously, at the same time (2.) at the…
sine Preposition without
solus/sola/solum, AO Adjective alone, only, the only
sub+Abl. Preposition below, under, beneath
suus/sua/suum, AO Adjective his own, her own, its own, their own
talis/tale, talis M Adjective such, of such a sort
tamen Conjunction nevertheless, however, still, despite, yet, notwi…
tantus/tanta/tantum, AO Adjective so large, so great, of such a size
tempus, temporis [n.] C Noun time, occasion, opportunity, condition, right tim…
teneo, tenes, tenere E, tenui, tentum Verb (1.) hold, grasp (2.) keep, possess (3.) occupy
terra, terrae [f.] A Noun land, earth
totus/tota/totum, AO Adjective whole, entire
tum Adverb then, at that time
ubi Pronoun (1.) where?, where, in what place, (time) when, w…
ullus/ulla/ullum, AO Adjective any
ultra Preposition beyond, on the other side, on that side, more tha…
unda, undae [f.] A Noun wave, billow, water, sea
unus/una/unum, AO Adjective one, single, alone
urbs, urbis [f.] M Noun city, town
ut Conjunction (1.) as, like, how (2.) that, so that (3.) that (…
volo, vis, velle IR, volui, - Verb want, wish
venio, venis, venire I, veni, ventum Verb come
verum Adverb yes, in truth, certainly, truly, to be sure, howe…
video, vides, videre E, vidi, visum Verb (1.) see (2.) Seem
vinco, vincis, vincere C, vici, victum Verb win, conquer, defeat
vir, viri [m.] O Noun man, hero, husband
vis, - [f.] M Noun force, power, violence, pl. strength
voco, vocas, vocare A, vocavi, vocatum Verb (1.) shout, call (2.) summon (3.) name
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