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duo/duae/duo, AO Adjective (1.) two (2.) both
a, ab Preposition from, away from, by, (+ abl.) away from, (+ anima…
aedificium, aedificii [n.] O Noun building, house
aeger, aegri [m.] O Noun (1.) sick person, invalid, patient (2.) sick/dise…
aeger/aegra/aegrum, AO Adjective sick/ill, infirm, unsound, injured, painful, grie…
aeger/aegra/aegrum, AO Adjective ill
ager, agri [m.] O Noun field, ground, farm, land, estate, park, territor…
Agricola, Agricolae [m.] A Noun farmer, peasant
amo, amas, amare A, amavi, amatum Verb love
ara, arae [f.] A Noun altar
architectus, architecti [m.] O Noun architect, master-builder, inventor, designer, ma…
bene Adverb good
benignus/benigna/benignum, AO Adjective kind, favorable, obliging, kindly, mild, affable,…
bonus/bona/bonum, AO Adjective (1.) good, great, pleasant, favorable, valuable (…
carmen, carminis [n.] C Noun song, poem
cena, cenae [f.] A Noun food, meal, dinner
cibus, cibi [m.] O Noun Food, Ration
civitas, civitatis [f.] C Noun state, citizenship
cliens, clientis [m.] M Noun customer (modern sense)
condo, condis, condere C, condidi, conditum Verb establish, found, put together
construo, construis, construere C, construxi, constructum Verb heap/pile/load (up), make/build/construct, arrang…
coquo, coquis, coquere C, coxi, coctum Verb cook, boil, fry, bake, burn, parch (sun), stir up…
coquus, coqui [m.] O Noun cook
cotidie Adverb daily, every day, day by day, usually, ordinarily…
crustulum, crustuli [n.] O Noun small cake/pastry, cookie, confectionery (L+S)
cum Conjunction with, when, at the time/on each occasion/in the s…
do, das, dare A, dedi, datum Verb give, offer
debeo, debes, debere E, debui, debitum Verb owe, ought, must
decem Numeral ten
difficultas, difficultatis [f.] C Noun difficulty, trouble, hardship/want/distress/pover…
disco, discis, discere C, didici, discitum Verb learn, hear, get to know, become acquainted with,…
discipula, discipulae [f.] A Noun student, pupil
discipulus, discipuli [m.] O Noun student, pupil
doceo, doces, docere E, docui, doctum Verb teach
domus, domus [f.] U Noun house, home (NB 3 special uses and endings: domi …
donum, doni [n.] O Noun gift, present, give
dormio, dormis, dormire I, dormivi, dormitum Verb sleep
duo Numeral (1.) two of (2.) two (3.) two of
emo, emis, emere C, emi, emptum Verb buy, purchase
epistula, epistulae [f.] A Noun letter
sum, es, esse IR, fui, - Verb be, exist
et Conjunction and, also
facio, facis, facere M, feci, factum Verb do, make, handle
familia, familiae [f.] A Noun family
femina, feminae [f.] A Noun woman
filia, filiae [f.] A Noun daughter
Filius, Filii [m.] M Noun Son
forum, fori [n.] O Noun marketplace
frater, fratris [m.] C Noun brother, cousin
gladiator, gladiatoris [m.] C Noun gladiator
habeo, habes, habere E, habui, habitum Verb have, hold, possess
habito, habitas, habitare A, habitavi, habitatum Verb reside, live, dwell
histrio, histrionis [m.] C Noun actor, performer in pantomime
hodie Adverb today, now, at the present, nowadays
in+Abl. Preposition in, on
interdum Adverb sometimes, now and then
eo, is, ire IR, ii, - Verb go
ita Adverb so, in such a way
iter, itineris [n.] C Noun journey, route, way, passage
iuvenis, iuvenis [m.] M Noun young man, juvenile
lectio, lectionis [f.] C Noun reading (aloud), perusal, choosing, lecture (Bee)…
lectus, lecti [m.] O Noun bed, couch, lounge, sofa, bridal bed
lego, legis, legere C, legi, lectum Verb read, choose, select, to steal
liber, libri [m.] O Noun book, volume, inner bark of a tree
libertas, libertatis [f.] C Noun freedom
lingua, linguae [f.] A Noun language, tongue
littera, litterae [f.] A Noun a letter of the alphabet, (plural) a letter, lite…
longus/longa/longum, AO Adjective long, tall, tedious, taking long time, boundless,…
ludus, ludi [m.] O Noun game, school, sport, pastime, diversion
magister, magistri [m.] O Noun teacher
magistra, magistrae [f.] A Noun school mistress, teacher, mistress
male Adverb bad, evil, wicked, ugly, unlucky
maritus, mariti [m.] O Noun Husband, Wife, husband
mater, matris [f.] M Noun mother, foster mother, lady, matron, origin, sour…
medica, medicae [f.] A Noun doctor, physician
medicus, medici [m.] O Noun doctor
mercator, mercatoris [m.] C Noun trader, merchant
miles, militis [m.] C Noun soldier
nomen, nominis [n.] C Noun name, Name, Name, name, name
novus/nova/novum, AO Adjective new, fresh, young, unusual, extraordinary, (novae…
num Particle what? (in direct questions), if, whether, now, su…
numero, numeras, numerare A, numeravi, numeratum Verb count, add up, reckon/compute, consider, relate, …
nummus, nummi [m.] O Noun coin, cash, money, sesterce
nunc Adverb now, at present
oliva, olivae [f.] A Noun olive, olive tree
paedagogus, paedagogi [m.] O Noun slave, who accompanied children to school, pedago…
panis, panis [m.] M Noun bread, loaf
pater, patris [m.] C Noun father
patronus, patroni [m.] O Noun patron, advocate, defender, protector
pecunia, pecuniae [f.] A Noun money
pictor, pictoris [m.] C Noun painter
pictura, picturae [f.] A Noun painting, picture
pingo, pingis, pingere C, pinxi, pictum Verb paint, tint, color, adorn/decorate w/colored desi…
pistor, pistoris [m.] C Noun pounder of far (emmer wheat), miller/baker
pius/pia/pium, AO Adjective dutiful, pious, devout
placeo, places, placere E, placui, placitum Verb please, satisfy
poeta, poetae [m.] A Noun poet
porto, portas, portare A, portavi, portatum Verb Carry, bring
prandium, prandii [n.] O Noun lunch
professor, professoris [m.] C Noun Professor
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 beautiful, pretty
quantus/quanta/quantum, AO Adjective how large, how great, how much
quattuor Numeral (1.) four (2.) four (3.) four
quid agis Phrase What are you doing?
quinque Numeral five
Quis es tu? Phrase Who are you?
quomodo Adverb (1.) how, in what way, just as (2.) how, in which…
quoque Conjunction (1.) also, too (put after), Also, As well as (2.)…
quot Particle how many?
ratiocinator, ratiocinatoris [m.] C Noun calculator, accountant
ruber/rubra/rubrum, AO Adjective red, ruddy, painted red, [Rubrum Mare => Red Sea,…
sacer/sacra/sacrum, AO Adjective sacred, holy, consecrated, accursed, horrible, de…
sacrifico, sacrificas, sacrificare A, sacrificavi, sacrificatum Verb sacrifice
salutatio, salutationis [f.] C Noun greeting, salutation, formal morning call paid by…
salve Interjection Hello!, Hi!, Good day!, G'day!
sano, sanas, sanare A, sanavi, sanatum Verb cure, heal, correct, quiet
sanus/sana/sanum, AO Adjective healthy, reasonable
scaena, scaenae [f.] A Noun theater stage, "boards", scene, theater, public s…
scribo, scribis, scribere C, scripsi, scriptum Verb write
sed Conjunction but, but
senilis/senile, senilis M Adjective senile, aged
sepulchrum, sepulchri [n.] O Noun grave, tomb
servo, servas, servare A, servavi, servatum Verb preserve, save, keep, guard
severus/severa/severum, AO Adjective stern, strict, severe, grave, austere, weighty, s…
solus/sola/solum, AO Adjective alone, only, the only
soror, sororis [f.] C Noun sister, nun
studeo, studes, studere E, studui, - Verb direct one's zeal, be eager for, study
tabellarius, tabellarii [m.] O Noun letter-carrier, courier
taberna, tabernae [f.] A Noun tavern, inn, wood hut/cottage, shed/hovel, stall/…
templum, templi [n.] O Noun temple
theatrum, theatri [n.] O Noun Theatre
tres Numeral three
triginta Adjective 30, thirty
ubi Pronoun (1.) where?, where, in what place, (time) when, w…
unde Adverb Whence, From what or which place, From which, Fro…
universitas, universitatis [f.] C Noun universe, sum of all things, whole, over-all aspe…
urbs, urbis [f.] M Noun city, town
uxor, uxoris [f.] C Noun wife
vates, vatis [m.] C Noun prophet/seer, mouthpiece of deity, oracle, sooths…
volo, vis, velle IR, volui, - Verb want, wish
vendo, vendis, vendere C, vendidi, venditum Verb sell
venio, venis, venire I, veni, ventum Verb come
viginti Other 20, twenty
vinum, vini [n.] O Noun wine
vir, viri [m.] O Noun man
visito, visitas, visitare A, visitavi, visitatum Verb visit, call upon, see frequently/habitually
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