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Advenio, Advenis, Advenire I, Adveni, Adventum Verb arrive
audax, audacis M Adjective bold, daring, courageous, reckless, rash,...
autem Conjunction but (put after), however
bonus/bona/bonum, AO Adjective good
certim Adverb surely, certainly, without doubt, really
constituo, constituis, constituere C, constitui, constitutum Verb decide, establish
copia, copiae [f.] A Noun supply, inventory, stock
cupio, cupis, cupere M, cupivi, cupitum Verb desire, wish, long for
cupio dissolvi Phrase desire to be dissolved
debeo, debes, debere E, debui, debitum Verb owe, ought, must
desub Preposition below, under, beneath
discedo, discedis, discedere C, discessi, discessum Verb go away, depart
ego, tu, - Personal Pronoun I, you, he/she/it (personal pronoun)
ibi Preposition there
iterum Adverb again, however
magnus/magna/magnum, AO Adjective big, great
malus/mala/malum, AO Adjective bad, evil, wicked, ugly, unlucky
malus/mala/malum, AO Adjective bad
maneo, manes, manere E, mansi, mansum Verb stay
maximus/maxima/maximum, AO Adjective greatest,biggest,largest, longest, oldest,...
minimus/minima/minimum, AO Adjective smallest
multus/multa/multum, AO Adjective much, many
murus, muri [m.] O Noun wall, city wall
nobilis, nobilis [m.] M Noun nobles (pl.)
noli Phrase Do not
nomen, nominis [n.] C Noun name
novus/nova/novum, AO Adjective new
numquam Adverb never
nuntio, nuntias, nuntiare A, nuntiavi, nuntiatum Verb report
occido, occidis, occidere C, occidi, occisum Verb kill, murder, slaughter, slay, cut/knock down,...
occupo, occupas, occupare A, occupavi, occupatum Verb seize
Octavus/Octava/Octavum, AO Adjective Eighth
octo, octi [m.] O Noun eight
omne, omnis [n.] M Noun all things (pl.), everything, a/the whole, entity, unit
oppugno, oppugnas, oppugnare A, oppugnavi, oppugnatum Verb fight against, attack, assault, assail
opus, operis [n.] C Noun work, achievement, oeuvre
ostendo, ostendis, ostendere C, ostendi, ostensum Verb show, reveal, make clear, point out, display, exhibit
parens, parentis [m. or f.] M Noun parent
pars, partis [f.] M Noun part
Parvus/Parva/Parvum, Parvi M Adjective small, little
pater, patris [m.] C Noun father
patria, patriae [f.] A Noun home, homeland
pauci/paucae/paucum, paucis M Adjective a few, few
pecunia, pecuniae [f.] A Noun money
pessimus/pessima/pessimum, AO Adjective worst, most incapable, wickedest, most...
plurimus, plurimi [m.] O Noun very many, many a one, the most people, very...
plus, pluris M Adjective more, several. many, (COMP of multus)
poeta, poetae [m.] A Noun poet
pono, ponis, ponere C, posui, positum Verb put, place, set
porto, portas, portare A, portavi, portatum Verb Carry, bring
post Adverb behind, afterwards, after
postquam Conjunction after
primus/prima/primum, AO Adjective first, foremost, chief, principal
prope Preposition close to, near
propter Preposition on account of
puella, puellae [f.] A Noun girl
puer, pueri [m.] O Noun boy
pulcher/pulchra/pulchrum, AO Adjective beautiful, pretty
punio, punis, punire I, punivi, punitum Verb punish
quam Adverb how, how much, as, than, [quam + superlative...
quamquam Conjunction though, although, yet, nevertheless, also
Quartus/Quarta/Quartum, AO Adjective Fourth
quattor Numeral four
que Conjunction and
quid Pronoun what?
quinque Numeral five
quis Pronoun who?
quoque Conjunction also, too (put after)
reduco, reducis, reducere C, reduxi, reductum Verb bring back, lead back
rego, regis, regere C, rexi, rectum Verb rule
regina, reginae [f.] A Noun queen
respondeo, respondes, respondere E, respondui, responditum Verb respond, answer
rex, regis [m.] C Noun king
rideo, rides, ridere E, risi, risum Verb laugh
rogo, rogas, rogare A, rogavi, rogatum Verb ask, request, beg
ruo, ruis, ruere C, rui, rutum Verb destroy, ruin, overthrow, rush on, run, fall,...
sacer/sacra/sacrum, AO Adjective sacred, holy, consecrated, accursed, horrible,...
saepe Adverb often
saevus/saeva/saevum, AO Adjective savage, fierce, ferocious, violent, wild,...
sagitta, sagittae [f.] A Noun arrow
saluto, salutas, salutare A, salutavi, salutatum Verb greet, wish well, visit, hail, salute
sapiens, sapientis M Adjective rational, sane, of sound mind, wise,...
scribo, scribis, scribere C, scripsi, scriptum Verb write
secundus/secunda/secundum, AO Adjective second, favorable
sedeo, sedes, sedere E, sedi, sessum Verb sit
semper Adverb always
senex, senis [m.] C Noun old person
Senex Adverb later, after
septem Numeral Seven
septendecim Numeral seventeen
servo, servas, servare A, servavi, servatum Verb preserve, save, keep, guard
servus, servi [m.] O Noun slave, servant
sex Numeral six
sic Adverb so, this
sine Preposition without
socius, socii [m.] O Noun companion
solus/sola/solum, AO Adjective alone, only, the only
soror, sororis [f.] C Noun sister, nun
specto, spectas, spectare A, spectavi, spectatum Verb watch, look, observe
sto, stas, stare A, steti, statum Verb stand, stand still, stand firm
statim Adverb at once, immediately
subito Adverb suddenly, unexpectedly, at once, at short...
super Preposition above, about
suus/sua/suum, AO Adjective his own, her own, its own, their own
templum, templi [n.] O Noun temple
teneo, tenes, tenere E, tenui, tentum Verb hold
terra, terrae [f.] A Noun land, earth
terreo, terres, terrere E, terrui, territum Verb frighten, terrify
tertius, is [m.] C Noun the third
trado, tradis, tradere C, tradidi, traditum Verb hand over, surrender, deliver, bequeath, relate
tres Numeral three
tristis/triste, tristis M Adjective sad, sorrowful, joyless, grim, severe
tum Adverb then
turba, turbae [f.] A Noun uproar, disturbance, mob, crowd, multitude
tutus/tuta/tutum, AO Adjective safe, prudent, secure, protected
tuus/tua/tuum, AO Adjective your
ubi Pronoun where?
unda, undae [f.] A Noun wave
undecim Numeral Eleven
unus/una/unum, AO Adjective one
urbs, urbis [f.] M Noun city, town
uxor, uxoris [f.] C Noun wife
validus/valida/validum, AO Adjective strong, powerful, valid
venio, venis, venire I, veni, ventum Verb come
ventus, venti [m.] O Noun wind
verbum, verbi [n.] O Noun word
vester/vestra/vestrum, AO Adjective your (pl.), of/belonging to/associated with you
via, viae [f.] A Noun street, road
video, vides, videre E, vidi, visum Verb see
viginti Numeral twenty
viginti Other 20, twenty
villa, villae [f.] A Noun house, mansion
vinco, vincis, vincere C, vici, victum Verb win
vinum, vini [n.] O Noun wine
vir, viri [m.] O Noun man, hero, husband
virtus, virtutis [f.] C Noun bravery, fortitude, virtue
vivus/viva/vivum, AO Adjective alive, living
voco, vocas, vocare A, vocavi, vocatum Verb shout, call
vox, vocis [f.] C Noun voice, sound, word, cry
vulnero, vulneras, vulnerare A, vulneravi, vulneratum Verb wound, injure, harm, pain, distress, inflict...
vulnus, vulneris [n.] C Noun wound

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