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Vocable Translation
amo, amas, amare A, amavi, amatum Verb love
appareo, appares, apparere E, apparui, apparum Verb appear, come out, become clear, become evident
appello, appellas, appellare A, appellavi, appellatum Verb call
audio, audis, audire I, audivi, auditum Verb hear, listen to, to Hear, to Listen
autem Conjunction (1.) however (2.) but (put after), however (3.) h…
ave Interjection hail!, formal expression of greetings, hail, hail
ceterus/cetera/ceterum, AO Adjective remaining, rest
clamo, clamas, clamare A, clamavi, clamatum Verb shout, call
clamor, clamoris [m.] C Noun shout, outcry/protest, loud shouting (approval/jo…
clarus/clara/clarum, AO Adjective famous, popular, clear, bright, loud
dea, deae [f.] A Noun Goddess
delecto, delectas, delectare A, delectavi, delectatum Verb please (sb.), delight (sb).
enim Conjunction namely (postpos.), indeed, in fact, for, I mean, …
sum, es, esse IR, fui, - Verb be, exist
homo, hominis [m.] C Noun human
hora, horae [f.] A Noun hour, time, season
ibi Preposition (1.) there, in that place, thereupon (2.) there, …
imperator, imperatoris [m.] C Noun imperator, commander/general, emperor
laetus/laeta/laetum, AO Adjective happy, cheerful
lingua, linguae [f.] A Noun language, tongue
magnus/magna/magnum, AO Adjective big, great
nam Conjunction namely, because, since, for
non Adverb (1.) not (2.) no, not (3.) no, not (4.) not (5.) …
nunc Adv. Phrase still in translation
placeo, places, placere E, placui, placitum Verb please, satisfy
plaudeo, plaudes, plaudere E, plausi, plausum Verb clap, strike (w/flat hand), pat, beat (wings), ap…
pompa, pompae [f.] A Noun procession, retinue, pomp, ostentation
populus, populi [m.] O Noun population, people, nation, State, public/populac…
promitto, promittis, promittere C, promittmisi, promittmissum Verb send forth, promise
que Conjunction and, And, Und
rideo, rides, ridere E, risi, risum Verb laugh
saluto, salutas, salutare A, salutavi, salutatum Verb greet, wish well, visit, hail, salute
sed Conjunction but
spectaculum, spectaculi [n.] O Noun play, drama, a sight, a show
summus/summa/summum, AO Adjective highest, furthest
tum Adverb then, at that time
turba, turbae [f.] A Noun uproar, disturbance, mob, crowd, multitude
venio, venis, venire I, veni, ventum Verb come
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