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Vocable Translation
animal, animalis [n.] I Noun a living creature, animal
cano, canis, canere C, cecini, cantum Verb sing, sing, celebrate, chant, crow, recite, play …
carmen, carminis [n.] C Noun song, poem
condicio, condicionis [f.] C Noun condition
consido, considis, considere C, considsedi, considsessum Verb sit down, sit
cunctum, cuncti [n.] O Noun all (pl.) (N), all with a stated/implied exception
desino, desinis, desinere C, desi, desitum Verb stop, cease (+infin.)
doleo, doles, dolere E, dolui, dolum Verb grieve, suffer, hurt, give pain
dolor, doloris [m.] C Noun pain, grief
domus, domus [f.] U Noun house, home (NB 3 special uses and endings: domi …
eram Verb I
et ... et ka na do sis Phrase both ... and ..., ... as well as ...
fleo, fles, flere E, flevi, fletum Verb weep, cry
frustra Adverb in vain, for nothing, to no purpose
ignotus/ignota/ignotum, AO Adjective unknown, strange, unacquainted with, ignorant of
ille, illa, illud Phrase still in translation
in matrimonium ducere Phrase still in translation
ipse, ipsa, ipsum Demonstrative Pronoun him/her/its-self
iter, itineris [n.] C Noun journey, route, way, passage
iter facere Phrase to travel
longus/longa/longum, AO Adjective long
lux, lucis [f.] C Noun light
matrimonium, matrimonii [n.] O Noun marriage
moveo, moves, movere E, movi, motum Verb move, arouse, affect, set in motion, stir up
olim Adverb formerly, once, once upon a time, in the future, …
postquam Conjunction after
projectus/projecta/projectum, AO Adjective jutting out, projecting, precipitate, abject, gro…
regina, reginae [f.] A Noun queen
uxor, uxoris [f.] C Noun wife
verto, vertis, vertere C, verti, versum Verb turn, change, advert
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