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ā, ab (abl) from, away from a

ab, by

abicio, abicere, abieci, abiectus throw away, throw down

absum, abesse, afuī, afuturus, be absent, be away

ac, see atque

accedo, accedere, accessī, accessurus, approach

accido, accidere, accidī, -----, fall to, befall, happen (w. dative)

accipio, accipere, accepī, acceptus, receive

accuso, accusāre, accusavī, accusatus, blame, accuse

acer, acris, acre, sharp, keen

acutus, a, um, sharp

ad (acc) to, towards, near

adduco, adducere, adduxī, adductus, lead to, influence

adiuvo, adiuvāre, adiuvavī, adiuvatus, help

administro, administrare, administravi, administratus, administer

adoro, adorāre, adoravī, adoratus, worship

adsum, adesse, adfuī, adfuturus, be present

adulescentulus, adulescentī, m. young man

adultus, i, m., adult

aedificio, aedificare, aedificavi, aedificatus, build

aeger, aegra, aegrum, sick, ill

Aegyptiī, Aegyptōrum, pl., the Egyptians

Aegyptus, Aegyptī, f. ,Egypt

Aeneas, Aeneae, m., Aeneas

aes alienum, n. money

Aeolus, Aeolī, m., Aeolus

aequē, adv., justly

aequus, aequa, aequum, even, fair, just

aer, aeris, m., air

aes, aeris, n.,copper, bronze

aestas, aestatis, f., summer

aetas, aetatis, f., age

Aetna, Aetnae, f., (Mt.) Etna

afficio, afficere, affecī, affectus, affect, afflict with

Africanus, Africanī, m., African

ager, agrī, m., field

ago, agere, egī, actus, do, drive, discuss, live, spend time

agricola, agricolae, m. farmer

ala, alae, f., wing

Alba Longa, name of town established by Ascanius

Alban Hills, mountains outside Rome

Albanus, a, um, Alban; Albani, the Albans

albus, alba, album, white

alces, alcis, f., elk

alienus, aliena, alienum, another's, unfavorable

aliquid, any

alius, alia, aliud, other, another

alius... alius, some... another

Alpēs, Alpium, f. pl., the Alps

altē, adv., high, far

alter, altera, alterum, the other (of two), the second

altercatio, altercationis, f. altercation, disagreement

altus, alta, altum, high, deep

alveus, i, m., little boat

ambo, ambae, ambo, both

ambulo, ambulāre, ambulavī, ambulatus, walk

Americanus, Americana, Americanum, American; Americanus, Americanī, m., an American

amica f., friend

amicitia, amicitiae, f., friendship

amicus, amicī, m., friend

amicus, amica, amicum, friendly

amitto, amittere, amisī, amissus, lose

amo, amāre, amavī, amatus, like, love

amoenus, a, um, pleasing

amor, amoris, m., love

amphitheatrum, amphitheatrī, n., amphitheater

Amulius, i, brother of Numitor who was king of Alba Longa

Anglicus, Anglica, Anglicum, English

anima, animae, f. spirit

animal, animalis, animalium, n. animal

animus, animī m. mind, spirit, (pl) courage

annus, annī, m. year

ante (acc) before (of time or place)

antecedo, antecedere, antecessī, antecessurus, go before, take the lead

anthropophagus, i, shaped like men

antiquus, antiqua, antiquum, old fashioned, ancient

aperio, aperīre, aperuī, apertus, open, uncover

appello, appellāre, appellavī, appellatus, call by name

Appius, Appia, Appium, adj., of Appius, Appian

Apollo, Apollinis, m. the god of sun, song and prophecy

appropinquo, appropinquare, appropinquavi, appropinquatus, approach, near

aptus, apta, aptum, fit, suitable (w. dative)

apud, prep. w. acc., among, with

aqua, aquae, f., water

aquaeductus, aquaeductus, m., aqueduct

Aquitanus, Aquitanī, m., an Aquitanian

ara, arae, f., altar

arbor, arboris, f., m., tree

arcus, arcus, m., arch, bow

arena, arenae, f., arena, sand, desert, seashore

Argus, i, m., Ulysses' faithful dog Argus

arma, armōrum, n. (pl) arms, weapons

ars, artis, f., skill, art

artifex, artificis, m., craftsman, artisan, creator

ascendo, ascendere, ascendī, ascensus, climb (up), ascend

asinus, i, m., donkey

assuesco, assuescere, assuevī, assuetus, become accustomed

assumo, assumere, assumpsi, assumptus, assume, put on, wear

Athena, Athenae, f., a Greek goddess = Minerva

Atlas, Atlantis, m. Atlas

atque, and, and also

atraho, atrahere, atraxi, atractus, draw to

atrium, atrī, n., atrium, entry hall

auctor, auctoris, m., maker, author, writer

auctoritas, auctoritatis, f., authority, influence

audacia, audaciae, f., boldness

audax, audacis (genitive singular) bold, daring

audio, audīre, audivī, auditus, hear, listen to

augeo, augēre, auxī, auctus , increase

aureus, aurea, aureum, golden

auriga, aurigae, m., charioteer

auris, auris, f. ear

aurum, aurī, n., gold

aut, or

aut...aut, either...or

autem, conj. however (never first word)

autumus, autumī, m., autumn, fall

auxilium, auxilī, n., aid, help (pl) reinforcements

auris, auris, f., ear

avarita, ae, f., greed

averto, avertere, avertī, aversus, turn from, turn away, turn off, remove

avis, avis, f. bird

avus, avī, m., grandfather

axis, axis, m., axle

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Bacchus, i, m. Bacchus, god of wine

barbarus, barbara, barbarum, foreign

beatus, beata, beatum, happy, blessed

Belgae, Belgarum, m., pl., the Belgians; the Belgian people

bellum gerere, idiom, to wage war

bellum, bellī, n. war

benē, well

beneficium, beneficī, n. kindness, favor

benignē, thank you

benignitas, benignitatem, f., kindness

benignus, benigna, benignum, kind

bibo, bibere, bibī, ---, drink

bonus, bona, bonum, good

bos, bovis (gen. pl., boum), m., ox, bull

bracchium, i, n., arm

brevis, breve, short

Britannia, Britanniae, f., Britain

Britannus, Britannī, m., a Briton

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C. abbreviation for Gaius

cado, cadere, cecidī, casurus, fall

Caecilius, Caecilī, m., Caecilius

caelum, caelī, n., sky

Caesar, Caesaris, m., Caesar

calamus, i, m., reed

calidus, a, um, warm, hot

campus, campī, m., field, plain

capio: consilium capio, to adopt a plan

canis, canis, m. and f., dog

cano, canere, cecinī, cantus, sing

caper, caprī, m., goat

capio, capere, cepī, captus, take, seize

Capitolium, Capitolī, n., the Capitol, temple of Jupiter at Rome; the Capitoline hill

captivus, captivī, m., prisoner, captive

caput, capitis, n., head

carcer, carceris, m., prison

carmen, carminis, n., song, poem

carrus, carrī, m., cart, wagon

Carthaginiensēs, Carthaginiensium, m. pl., the Carthaginians

Carthago, Carthaginis, f., Carthage

carus, a, um, dear

casa, casae, f., house

castigo, castigare, castigavi, castigatus, punish, castigate

castra, castrōrum, n. (pl), camp

casus, casus, m., fall, chance, accident

Catilina, Catilinae, m., Catiline

causa, causae, f., cause, reason, case

cavum, i, n. hole, hollow

cedo, cedere, cessī, cessurus, move, retreat, yield

celebro, celebrāre, celebravī, celebratus, celebrate, honor

celer, celeris, celere, swift

celeritas, celeritatis, f., speed, swiftness

celeriter, adv., quickly, swiftly

Celtae, Celtārum, m. pl., Celts, a people of Gaul

cena, cenae, f., dinner

census, i, m., census, the enrollment of the names and the assessment of the property of all Roman citizens

centum, hundred

centurio, centurionis, m., centurion

cera, cerae, f., wax

Ceres, Cereris, f., Ceres, goddess of agriculture

cerno, cernere, crevī, cretus, discern, see, separate

certamen, certaminis, n., a contest, a struggle

certē, adv., certainly

certus, certa, certum, fixed, certain, sure

cervus, cervī, m., deer, stag

cibus, cibī, m., food

Cicero, Ciceronis, m., Cicero

Cincinnatus, i, m., consul and dictator of Rome

congo, cingere, cinxi, cinctus, surround, gird, cinch

Circe, Circae, f., Circe, a sorceress

circum (acc) around

circumaro, circumarare, circumaravi, circumaratus, plow around

circus, circī, m., circus, circle, esp. the Circus Maximus at Rome

civis, civis, civium, m. or f., citizen

civitas, civitatis, f., citizenship, state

clam, adv., secretly

clamo, clamāre, clamavī, clamatus, shout, cry

clamor, clamoris, m., noise, shouting

clarē, adv., clearly

clarus, clara, clarum, clear, bright, famous

classis, classis, f. class, group, fleet

claudo, claudere, clausī, clausus, close

columna, ae, f. column

cogitatio, cogitationis, f. thought

cogito, cogitare, cogitavi, cogitatus, think

cognomen, cognominis, n., nickname, surname

cognosco, cognoscere, cognovī, cognitus, learn, recognize, perf., know, understand

cogo, cogere, coegī, coactus, collect, compel

colo, colere, coluī, cultus, worship, cultivate, till

colonus, colonī, m., settler

Colosseum, Colosseī, n., the Colosseum, an amphitheater at Rome

coma, ae, f. hair

comes, comitis, fellow traveler, companion on a journey

committo, committere, commisī, commissus, join together, commit, entrust

(prolium committere-to begin battle)

commodē, adv., suitably

commodus, commoda, commodum, suitable, convenient

commoveo, commovere, commovī, commotus, disturb

communis, commune, common

compleo, complere, complevi, completus, fill

comprehendo, comprehendere, comprehendī, comprehensus, understand

concilium, i, n. council

concordia, concordiae, f., harmony

condicio, condicionis, f., condition, terms

condo, condere, condidi, conditus, build, establish, hide

conficio, conficere, confecī, confectus, complete, exhaust

confido, confidere, confisus, ---, have confidence (in)

confirmo, confirmāre, confirmavī, confirmatus, make firm, encourage, establish

coniunx, coniugis, m and f, spouse, husband, wife

consentio, consentire, consenti, consensus, agree

conservo, conservāre, conservavī, conservatus, save, preserve

consilium, consilī, n. plan, advice

consilium capio, idiom, adopt a plan

consisto, consistere, constitī, constiturus, stop, stand still

conspicio, conspicere, conspexī, conspectus, catch sight of, see

constituo, constituere, constituī, constitutus, determine, decide

construo, construere, construxi, constructus, build, construct

consul, consul, m., consul, the highest Roman official

consulo, consulere, consuluī, consultus, consult

contendo, contendere, contendī, contenturus, struggle, hasten

contineo, continēre, continuī, contentus, hold together, contain

contra, prep. w. acc., against, opposite

controversia, ae, f. controversy, disagreement, argument

contumelia, ae, f. complaint

convenio, convenīre, convēnī, conventus, come together, assemble

convoco, convocāre, convocavī, convocatus, call together, summon

copia, copiae, f. supply, abbundance, (pl) forces, troops

cor, cordis, n., heart

corium, corī, n., skin, leather

corona, coronae, f., crown

corpus, corporis, n., body

cotidianus, cotidiana, cotidianum, daily

cras, tomorrow

crater, crateris, m., large bowl

credo, credere, credidī, creditus, believe

creo, creare, creavi, creatus, create

cresco, crescere, crevi, cretus, grow

Creta, Cretae, f., Crete

crudelis, crudele, cruel

crus, cruris, n., leg

cultus, cultus, m., way of living, civilization

cum (abl), with

Cumae, arum, Cumae, town in Italy, home of the Sibyl

cupiditas, cupiditatis, f., desire

cupio, cupere, cupivī, cupitus, desire, wish, want

cur, adv., why

cura, curae, f., care, concern

curo, curāre, curavī, curatus, care for, cure

curro, currere, cucurrī, cursurus, run

currus, currus, m., chariot

cursus, cursus, m., running, course, voyaging

curvatura, ae, f. curve

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Daedalus, i, Daedalus, a Greek inventor

dē (abl), down from, from, about, concerning

dea, deae, f. goddess

debeo, debēre, debuī, debitus, owe, ought

decem, ten

decimus, decima, decimum, tenth



dedico, dedicare, dedicavi, dedicatus, dedicate

defendo, defendere, defendī, defensus, defend

delecto, delectāre, delectavī, delectatus, please, delight

deleo, delere, delevi, deletum, destroy, annihilate

deligo, deligere, delegī, delectus, select

Delos, i, m. island of Delos in the Mediterranean Sea

demens, dementis, crazy

demonstro, demonstrare, demonstravī, demonstratus, show

denique, finally, at last

dens, dentis, m., tooth

depono, deponere, deposuī, depositus, put down, lay aside

derectus, derecta, derectum, straight

derigo, (dirigo) derigere, derexī, derectus, direct

descendo, descendere, descensī, descensus, descend

desero, desere, deseruī, desertus, desert

designo, designare, designavi, designatus, designate

desilio, desilire, desiluī, desulturus, jump down, dismount

despicio , despicere, despexī, despectus, look down on, despise

detestabilis, detestabile, detestable

deus, deī, m., god

devoro, devorāre, devoravī, devoratus, swallow

dico, dicere, dixī, dictus, say, tell

dictator, dictatoris, m., dictator

dictum, dictī, n., word

dictura, ae, f. dictatorship

dies, dieī, m., day

difficilis, difficile, difficult, hard

digitus, digitī, m., finger

diligenter, diligently

diligentia, diligentiae, f., diligence

dimitto, dimittere, dimisī, dimissus, let go, send away, dismiss

discedo, discedere, discessī, discessurus, go away, depart

disciplina, disciplinae, f., training, instruction

discipulus, discipulī, m., student

dissimilis, dissimile, unlike

divido, dividere, divisī, divisus, divide

divinus, a, um, divine

divis, divis, wealthy, rich

do, dāre, dedī, datus, give

doceo, docēre, docuī, doctus, teach

doleo, dolere, dolui, doliturus, grieve, be sad, suffer pain

dolor, doloris, m. grief, sadness

dolus, i, m. trick

dominus, dominī, m., master

domus, domus, f., house, home

dono, donāre, donavī, donatus, give, donate, present

donum, doni, n., gift



dormio, dormīre, dormivī, dormitus, sleep

dubito, dubitāre, dubitavī, dubitatus, hesitate, doubt

duco, ducere, duxī, ductus, lead, draw

dulcis, dulce, sweet

dum, conj., while

duo, duae, duo, two

duodecim, twelve

durē, adv., harshly

durus, dura, durum, hard

dux, ducis, m., leader, general

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