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These Latin words are drawn from the list provided by Dickinson Classical Commentaries.  The complete list of 1000 Latin words are a "core" vocabulary; authors of Dickinson commentaries (and others) assume that these words have been mastered, and they are not usually glossed.

In these drills words are presented in order of frequency.  Students are advised to begin with Latin to English first, but may want to return to the more difficult English to Latin drills in time.

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et

and

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sum, esse, fuī

be, exist

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quī, quae, quod

who, which, what

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-que

and

(postpositive enclitic)

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in (+ abl.; + acc.)

in, on (+ abl.)

into, onto (+ acc)

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nōn

not

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hic, haec, hoc

this, these

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ille, illa, illud

that

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tū, tuī (tibi, tē, tē)

you (sing.)

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cum (conj.; + subj. or indic.)

with (prep. + abl.)

when, since, although (conjunction + subj. or indic.)

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ego, meī (mihi, mē, mē)

I, me

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quisquam, quicquam or quidquam

any (single) person, anyone at all

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is, ea, id

he, she, it

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ad (+ acc.)

to, up to, towards (+ acc.)

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ut or utī (+ indic.; + subj.)

as (+ indic.); so that, with the result that (+ subj.)

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if

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sui sibi sē or sēsē

him- her- itself, themselves

(reflexive)

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omnis -e

all, every, as a whole

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nec or neque

nec ... nec or neque ... neque

and not, nor

neither ... nor

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sed

but

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ā or ab or abs (+ abl.)

from, by (+ abl.)

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ipse, ipsa, ipsum

him- her- itself

(intensive)

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possum, posse, potuī

be able

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aut

or

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māgnus -a -um

great

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ex or ē (+ abl.)

out of, from (+ abl.)

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suus -a -um

his own, her own, its own

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dō, dare, dedī, datum

give

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quam

how?; (after comparative) than

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per (+ acc.)

through (+ acc.)

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videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum

see

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faciō, facere, fēcī, factum

do, make

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dīcō, dīcere, dīxī, dictum

causam dīcere

diem dīcere

say

plead a case

appoint a day

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iam

now; already

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atque

and, in addition, and also;

(after comparatives) than; as soon as

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ac

and, in addition, and also;

(after comparatives) than; as soon as

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alius -a -ud

ālias

other, another

at another time

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rēs, reī, f.

rēs pūblica; rēs familiāris

rēs mīlitāris; rēs novae

thing

commonwealth; family property, estate

art of war; revolution

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habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum

have, hold

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animus -ī, m.

spirit, mind

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meus -a -um

my

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deus -ī m.

dea -ae f.

god

goddess

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multus -a -um

multō

much, many

by far

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tuus -a -um

your

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ferō, ferre, tulī, lātum

bear, carry, endure

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dē (+ abl.)

down from, about, concerning (+ abl.)

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lest, that not

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manus -ūs, f.

hand; band of men

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nūllus -a -um

not any, no one

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nunc

now

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nōs, nostrum or nostrī (nōbīs, nōs, nōbīs)

we

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noster, nostra, nostrum

our

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ūnus -a -um

one

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diēs, diēī, m./f.

day

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nihil or nīl

nothing; not at all

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tum or tunc

then

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enim

for, indeed

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tamen

nevertheless, still

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īdem, eadem, idem

the same

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rēx, rēgis, m.

king

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nam or namque

for, indeed, really

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locus -ī, m.

place; (n. pl.) region

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veniō, venīre, vēnī, ventum

come

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inter (+ acc.)

between, among; during (+ acc.)

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pars, partis, f.

part

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volō, velle, voluī

wish, be willing

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etiam

also, even

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bonus -a -um

good

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agō, agere, ēgī, āctum

drive, do, act

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terra -ae, f.

land

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pater, patris, m.

father, ancestor

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neque

neque ... neque

and not, nor; neither ... nor

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domus -ūs, f.

house, home

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at

but, but yet

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corpus, corporis, n.

body

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quoque

also, too

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aliquis -quae -quod

some, any; anyone who, anything that

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tōtus -a -um

whole, entire

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sīc

in this manner, thus; in the same way as

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hīc

hinc

here

from here

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iste, ista, istud

istīc or istūc

istinc

that, that of yours

over there

from over there

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urbs, urbis, f.

city

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petō, petere, petīvī, petītum

seek, aim at

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iubeō, iubēre, iussī, iussum

bid, order

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vir, virī, m.

man

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bellum -ī, n.

war

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vīta -ae, f.

life

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homō, hominis, m.

human being

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tempus -oris, n.

time

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magis

more

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prīmus -a -um

first

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ubi

where, when

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hostis -is, m./f.

stranger, enemy

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an

utrum ... an

or (in questions)

whether ... or

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mors, mortis, f.

death

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tam

so, so much

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eō, īre, iī or īvī, itum

go

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arma -ōrum, n. pl.

arms, weapons

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superus -a -um

situated above, upper

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nisi or nī

if not, unless