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abduco, abducis, abducere C, abduxi, abductum Verb lead away, carry off, detach, attract away,...
admitto, admittis, admittere C, admisi, admissum Verb admit, receive, let in
antepono, anteponis, anteponere C, anteposui, antepositum Verb put before, prefer
artificium, artificii [n.] O Noun artwork
aula, aulae [f.] A Noun hall, church, temple, palace, castle,...
clamor, clamoris [m.] C Noun shout, outcry/protest, loud shouting...
convoco, convocas, convocare A, convocavi, convocatum Verb call, bring together, assemble, convoke,...
copia, copiae [f.] A Noun supply, inventory, stock
cum Adverb when, at the time/on each occasion/in the...
cursus, cursus [m.] U Noun running, race, course
dea, deae [f.] A Noun god (f.)
deduco, deducis, deducere C, deduxi, deductum Verb lead, draw, pull, bring, stretch...
disco, discis, discere C, didici, discum Verb learn
discordia, discordiae [f.] A Noun misunderstanding, argue, discord, strife
dolus, doli [m.] O Noun trick, device, deceit, treachery, trickery,...
domus, domus [f.] U Noun house, home (NB 3 special uses and endings:...
dulcis/dulce, dulcis M Adjective cute, sweet, kind
forma, formae [f.] A Noun form, shape, beauty
impello, impellis, impellere C, impuli, impulsum Verb drive, persuade, impel, urge on, action, push,...
impero, imperas, imperare A, imperavi, imperatum Verb command, rule
includo, includis, includere C, inclusi, inclusum Verb lock (into)
infestus/infesta/infestum, AO Adjective unsafe, dangerous, hostile, disturbed,...
iudico, iudicas, iudicare A, iudicavi, iudicatum Verb judge, consider
labor, laboris [m.] C Noun work, effort
moneo, mones, monere E, monui, monitum Verb urge, warn
mortalis/mortale, mortalis M Adjective mortal
nemo, neminis [m. or f.] C Noun no one, nobody
nubo, nubis, nubere C, nupsi, nuptum Verb cover, veil; (with dat.) to be married to, marry
ob Preposition on account of, for the sake of, for, instead...
otiosus/otiosa/otiosum, AO Adjective idle, unemployed, unoccupied, at leisure,...
pecus, pecoris [n.] C Noun cattle, herd, flock
periculum, periculi [n.] O Noun danger, risk
peritus/perita/peritum, AO Adjective skilled, skillful, experienced, expert, with gen
piger/pigra/pigrum, AO Adjective lazy, slow, dull
praeter Preposition besides, except, contrary to, beyond (rank),...
prior, prioris [m.] C Noun ancestors (pl.), forefathers, predecessors,...
regno, regnas, regnare A, regnavi, regnatum Verb reign, rule
silva, silvae [f.] A Noun forest
socius, socii [m.] O Noun companion
spero, speras, sperare A, speravi, speratum Verb hope for, hope
spes, spei [f.] E Noun hope
terror, terroris [m.] C Noun terror, panic, alarm, fear
urgeo, urges, urgere E, ursi, - Verb press, squeeze, bear hard/down, tread,...

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