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1

lingua, linguae, f.

tongue; language

2

ferox (gen. ferocis) (adj. - 3rd D)

fierce, savage

3

fidelis, fidele (adj. - 3rd D)

faithful, loyal

4

geminus, -a, -um (adj.)

twin

5

sapiens (gen. sapientis) (adj. - 3rd D)

wise, judicious

6

sapiens, sapientis, m.

a wise man, philosopher

7

ultimus, -a, -um (adj.)

farthest, extreme; last, final

8

dehinc (adv.)

then, next

9

hic (adv.)

here

10

ait (sg.), aiunt (pl.) (commonly used with proverbs)

he says, he asserts (sg.); they say, they assert (pl.)

11

credo, credere, credidi, creditum (+ acc. or dat.) (3)

to believe, trust

12

iaceo, iacere, iacui, -- (2)

to lie; lie prostrate; lie dead

13

nego, negare, negavi, negatum (1)

to deny, say that...not

14

nescio, nescire, nescivi, nescitum (4)

not to know, be ignorant

15

nuntio, nuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatum (1)

to announce, report, relate

16

patefacio, patefacere, patefeci, patefactum (3)

to make open, open; disclose, expose

17

puto, putare, putavi, putatum (1)

to reckon, suppose, judge, think, imagine

18

spero, sperare, speravi, speratum (1)

to hope for, hope

19

suscipio, suscipere, suscepi, susceptum (3)

to undertake

20

Carthago, Carthaginis, f.

Carthage

21

fabula, fabulae, f.

story, tale; play

22

imperator, imperatoris, m.

general, commander-in-chief, emperor

23

imperium, imperiī, nt.

power to command, supreme power, authority, command, control

24

perfugium, perfugiī, nt.

refuge, shelter

25

servus, servī, m.

slave (m.)

26

serva, servae, f.

slave (f.)

27

solacium, solaciī, nt.

comfort, relief

28

vulnus, vulneris, nt.

wound

29

re- (or) red-

again, back

30

ut (conj. + indic.)

as, just as, when

31

postea (adv.)

afterwards

32

accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptum (3)

to take (to one's self), receive, accept

33

excipio, excipere, excepi, exceptum (3)

to take out, except; take, receive, capture

34

recipio, recipere, recepi, receptum (3)

to take back, regain; admit, receive

35

pello, pellere, pepuli, pulsum (3)

to strike, push; drive out, banish

36

expello, expellere, expuli, expulsum (3)

to drive out, expel, banish

37

narro, narrare, narravi, narratum (1)

to tell, report, narrate

38

quaero, quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitum (3)

to seek, look for, strive for; ask, inquire, inquire into

39

rideo, ridere, risi, risum (2)

to laugh, laugh at

40

arx, arcis, f.

citadel, stronghold

41

dux, ducis, m.

leader, guide; commander, general

42

equus, equī, m.

horse

43

hasta, hastae, f.

spear

44

insula, insulae, f.

island

45

litus, litoris, nt.

shore, coast

46

miles, militis, m.

soldier

47

orator, oratoris, m.

orator, speaker

48

sacerdos, sacerdotis, m.

priest

49

aliquis, aliquid (indef. pron.) (declined like quis, quid exc, nom. and acc. neut. pl. are aliqua)

someone, somebody, something

50

quisquis, quidquid (indef. pron.) (cases other than nom. are rare)

whoever, whatever

51

magnanimus, -a, -um (adj.)

great-hearted, brave, magnanimous

52

umquam (adv. in questions or negative clauses)

ever, at any time

53

educo, educare, educavi, educatum (1)

to bring up, educate

54

gaudeo, gaudere, gavisus sum, -- (2)

to be glad, rejoice

55

ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostentum (3)

to exhibit, show, display

56

peto, petere, petivi, petitum (3)

to seek, aim at, beg, beseech

57

premo, premere, pressi, pressum (3)

to press; press hard, pursue

58

opprimo, opprimere, oppressi, oppressum (3)

to suppress, overwhelm, overpower, check

59

verto, vertere, verti, versum (3)

to turn; change

60

averto, avertere, averti, aversum (3)

to turn away, avert

61

reverto, revertere, reverti, reversum (3)

to turn back

62

dies, diēī, m.

day

63

ferrum, ferrī, nt.

iron; sword

64

fides, fideī, f.

faith, trust, trustworthiness, fidelity; promise, guarantee, protection

65

ignis, ignis, m.

fire

66

modus, modī, m.

measure, bound, limit; manner, method, mode, way

67

res, reī, f.

thing, matter, business, affair

68

res publica, reī publicae, f.

state, commonwealth, republic

69

spes, speī, f.

hope

70

aequus, -a, -um (adj.)

level, even; calm; equal, just; favorable

71

felix (gen. felicis) (adj. - 3rd D)

lucky, fortunate, happy

72

incertus, -a, -um (adj.)

uncertain, unsure, doubtful

73

Latinus, -a, -um (adj.)

Latin

74

medius, -a, -um (adj.)

middle; (used partitively) the middle of

75

quondam (adv.)

formerly, once

76

ultra (adv. & prep.+ acc.)

on the other side of, beyond

77

protinus (adv.)

immediately

78

cerno, cernere, crevi, cretum (3)

to distinguish, discern, perceive

79

eripio, eripere, eripui, ereptum (3)

to snatch away, take away; rescue

80

inquit (defective verb)

he says (or) he said

81

tollo, tollere, sustuli, sublatum (3)

to raise, lift up; take away, remove, destroy

82

casa, casae, f.

house, cottage, hut

83

causa, causae, f.

cause, reason; case, situation; (when abl. with a preceding gen. = for the sake of, on account of)

84

fenestra, fenestrae, f.

window

85

finis, finis, m.

end, limit, boundary; purpose

86

finēs, finium, m. (pl.)

boundaries, territory

87

gens, gentis, f.

clan, race, nation, people

88

mundus, mundī, m.

world, universe

89

navis, navis, f.

ship, boat

90

salus, salutis, f.

health, safety; greeting

91

Troia, Troiae, f.

Troy

92

vicinus, vicinī, m.

neighbor (m.)

93

vicina, vicinae, f.

neighbor (f.)

94

vulgus, vulgī, nt. (sometimes m.)

the common people, mob, rabble

95

asper, aspera, asperum (adj.)

rough, harsh

96

atque (or "ac" before consonants) (conj.)

and, and also, and even

97

iterum (adv.)

again, a second time

98

contineo, continere, continui, contentum (2)

to hold together, contain, keep, enclose, restrain

99

iubeo, iubere, iussi, iussum (2)

to bid, order, command

100

laboro, laborare, laboravi, laboratum (1)

to labor; be in distress

101

rapio, rapere, rapui, raptum (3)

to seize, snatch, carry away

102

relinquo, relinquere, reliqui, relictum (3)

to leave behind, leave, abandon, desert

103

scio, scire, scivi, scitum (4)

to know

104

tango, tangere, tetigi, tactum (3)

to touch

105

coniuratī, coniuratōrum, m. (pl.)

conspirators

106

cornū, cornūs, nt.

horn

107

fructus, fructūs, m.

fruit; profit, benefit, enjoyment

108

genū, genūs, nt.

knee

109

manus, manūs, f.

hand; handwriting; band

110

metus, metūs, m.

fear, dread, anxiety

111

mons, montis, m.

mountain

112

senatus, senatūs, m.

senate

113

sensus, sensūs, m.

feeling, sense

114

servitus, servitutis, f.

servitude, slavery

115

spiritus, spiritūs, m.

breath, breathing; spirit, soul

116

versus, versūs, m.

line of verse

117

communis, commune (adj. - 3rd D)

common, general, of/for the community

118

dexter, dextra, dextrum (adj.)

right, right-hand

119

sinister, sinistra, sinistrum (adj.)

left, left-hand; harmful, ill-omened

120

careo, carere, carui, cariturum (+ abl. of separation) (2)

to be without, be deprived of, want, lack; be free from

121

defendo, defendere, defendi, defensum (3)

to ward off; defend, protect

122

discedo, discedere, discessi, discessum (3)

to go away, depart

123

odi, odisse, osurum (defective verb)

to hate

124

prohibeo, prohibere, prohibui, prohibitum (2)

to keep (back), prevent, hinder, restrain, prohibit

125

pronuntio, pronuntiare, pronuntiavi, pronuntiatum (1)

to proclaim, announce; declaim; pronounce

126

divitiae

riches

127

factum

deed

128

signum

sign

129

ipse

myself (yourself, himself)

130

quisque

each one

131

sui

himself

132

doctus

learned

133

fortunatus

lucky

134

suus

his own

135

nam

for

136

ante

before

137

per

through

138

olim

once

139

alere

to nourish

140

diligere

to esteem

141

iungere

to join

142

stare

to stand

143

caput

head

144

consul

consul

145

nemo

no one

146

ego

i

147

tu

you

148

is

this

149

idem

the same

150

amicus

friendly

151

carus

dear

152

quod

because

153

neque

and not

154

autem

however

155

bene

well

156

etiam

even

157

intellego

to understand

158

mitto

to send

159

sentio

to feel

160

argumentum, argumentī, nt.

proof, evidence, argument

161

auctor, auctoris, m.

increaser; author, originator

162

beneficium, beneficiī, nt.

benefit, kindness; favor

163

familia, familiae, f.

household, family

164

Graecia, Graeciae, f.

Greece

165

iudex, iudicis, m.

judge, juror

166

iudicium, iudiciī, nt.

judgment, decision, opinion; trial

167

scelus, sceleris, nt.

evil deed, crime, sin, wickedness

168

quis? quid? (interrog. pron.)

who? whose? whom? what? which?

169

qui? quae? quod? (interrog. adj.)

what? which? what kind of?

170

certus, -a, -um (adj.)

definite, sure, certain, reliable

171

gravis, grave (adj. - 3rd D)

heavy, weighty; serious, important; severe, grievous

172

immortalis, immortale (adj. - 3rd D)

not subject to death, immortal

173

at (conj.)

but; but, mind you; but, you say (more emotional than 'sed')

174

nisi (conj.)

if...not, unless; except

175

contra (prep. + acc.)

against

176

iam (adv.)

now, already, soon

177

delecto, delectare, delectavi, delectatum (1)

to delight, charm, please

178

libero, liberare, liberavi, liberatum (1)

to free, liberate

179

paro, parare, paravi, paratum (1)

to prepare, provide; get, obtain

180

flumen, fluminis, nt.

river

181

genus, generis, nt.

origin; kind, type, sort, class

182

hostis, hostis, m.

an enemy (of the state)

183

hostēs, hostium, m. (pl.)

the enemy

184

ludus, ludī, m.

game, sport; school

185

probitas, probitatis, f.

uprightness, honesty

186

scientia, scientiae, f.

knowledge

187

clarus, -a, -um (adj.)

clear, bright; renowned, famous, illustrious

188

mortalis, mortale (adj. - 3rd D)

mortal

189

cur (adv.)

why

190

deinde (adv.)

thereupon, next, then

191

fluo, fluere, fluxi, fluxum (3)

to flow

192

lego, legere, legi, lectum (3)

to pick out, choose; read

193

misceo, miscere, miscui, mixtum (2)

to mix, stir up, disturb

194

moveo, movere, movi, motum (2)

to move; arouse, affect

195

videor, videri, visus sum (passive of video)

to be seen, seem, appear

196

libellus, libellī, m.

little book

197

qui, quae, quod (rel. pron.)

who, which, what, that

198

caecus, -a, -um (adj.)

blind

199

levis, leve (adj. - 3rd D)

light; easy; slight, trivial

200

aut (conj.)

or

201

aut...aut

either...or

202

cito (adv.)

quickly

203

quoque (adv.)

also, too

204

admitto, admittere, admisi, admissum (3)

to admit, receive, let in

205

coepi, coepisse, coeptum (defective verb - used only in perfect system)

began

206

cupio, cupere, cupivi, cupitum (3)

to desire, wish, long for

207

deleo, delere, delevi, deletum (2)

to destroy, wipe out, erase

208

desidero, desiderare, desideravi, desideratum (1)

to desire, long for, miss

209

incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum (3)

to begin

210

navigo, navigare, navigavi, navigatum (1)

to sail, navigate

211

neglego, neglegere, neglexi, neglectum (3)

to neglect, disregard

212

recito, recitare, recitavi, recitatum (1)

to read aloud, recite

213

aetas, aetatis, f.

period of life, life, age, an age, time

214

auditor, auditoris, m.

hearer, listener, member of an audience

215

clementia, clementiae, f.

mildness, gentleness, mercy

216

mens, mentis, f.

mind, thought, intention

217

satura, saturae, f.

satire

218

acer, acris, acre (adj. - 3rd D)

sharp, keen, eager; severe, fierce

219

brevis, breve (adj. - 3rd D)

short, small, brief

220

celer, celeris, celere (adj. - 3rd D)

swift, quick, rapid

221

difficilis, difficile (adj. - 3rd D)

hard, difficult, troublesome

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dulcis, dulce (adj. - 3rd D)

sweet; pleasant, agreeable

223

facilis, facile (adj. - 3rd D)

easy, agreeable

224

fortis, forte (adj. - 3rd D)

strong, brave

225

ingens (gen. = ingentis) (adj. - 3rd D)

huge

226

iucundus, -a, -um (adj.)

pleasant, delightful, agreeable, pleasing

227

longus, -a, -um (adj.)

long

228

omnis, omne (adj. - 3rd D)

every, all

229

potens (gen. = potentis) (adj. - 3rd D)

able, powerful, mighty, strong

230

senex (gen. = senis) (adj. and noun)

old, aged; (noun) old man

231

quam (adv.)

how

232

rego, regere, rexi, rectum (3)

to rule, guide, direct

233

Italia, Italiae, f.

Italy

234

memoria, memoriae, f.

memory, recollection

235

tempestas, tempestatis, f.

period of time, season; weather, storm

236

centum (indeclinable adj.)

a hundred

237

mille (indeclinable adj. in sg.)

thousand

238

milia, milium, nt. (pl. - declined as 3rd Declension)

thousands

239

miser, misera, miserum (adj.)

wretched, miserable, unfortunate

240

inter (prep. + acc.)

between, among

241

itaque (adv.)

and so, therefore

242

committo, committere, commisi, commissum (3)

to entrust, commit

243

exspecto, exspectare, exspectavi, exspectatum (1)

to look for, expect, await

244

iacio, iacere, ieci, iactum (3)

to throw, hurl

245

timeo, timere, timui, -- (2)

to fear, be afraid of, be afraid

246

animal, animalis, nt. (i-stem: neuter rule)

a living creature, animal

247

aqua, aquae, f.

water

248

ars, artis, f. (i-stem: double-consonant)

art, skill

249

auris, auris, f. (i-stem: parisyllabic)

ear

250

civis, civis, m./f. (i-stem: parisyllabic)

citizen

251

ius, iuris, nt.

right, justice, law

252

mare, maris, nt. (i-stem: neuter rule)

sea

253

mors, mortis, f. (i-stem: double-consonant)

death

254

nubes, nubis, f. (i-stem: parisyllabic)

cloud

255

os, oris, nt.

mouth, face

256

pars, partis, f. (i-stem: double-consonant)

part, share; direction

257

Roma, Romae, f.

Rome

258

turba, turbae, f.

uproar, disturbance; mob, crowd, multitude

259

urbs, urbis, f. (i-stem: double-consonant)

city

260

vis, vīs, f. (irregular)

force, power, violence

261

virēs, virium, f. (i-stem: plural of vis)

strength

262

a/ab (before consonants/before vowels or consonants) (prep. + abl.)

away from, from; by

263

trans (prep. + acc.)

across

264

appello, appellare, appellavi, appellatum (1)

to speak to, address (as), call, name

265

curro, currere, cucurri, cursum (3)

to run, rush, move quickly

266

muto, mutare, mutavi, mutatum (1)

to change, alter; exchange

267

teneo, tenere, tenui, tentum (2)

to hold, keep, possess; restrain

268

vito, vitare, vitavi, vitatum (1)

to avoid, shun

269

amicitia, amicitiae, f.

friendship

270

cupiditas, cupiditatis, f.

desire, longing, passion; cupidity, avarice

271

hora, horae, f.

hour, time

272

natura, naturae, f.

nature

273

senectus, senectutis, f.

old age

274

timor, timoris, m.

fear

275

veritas, veritatis, f.

truth

276

via, viae, f.

way, road, street

277

voluptas, voluptatis, f.

pleasure

278

beatus, -a, -um (adj.)

happy, fortunate, blessed

279

quoniam (conj.)

since, inasmuch as

280

cum (prep. + abl.)

with

281

audio, audire, audivi, auditum (4)

to hear, listen to

282

capio, capere, cepi, captum (3)

to take, capture, seize, get

283

dico, dicere, dixi, dictum (imperative sg. = dic) (3)

to say, tell, speak; name, call

284

facio, facere, feci, factum (imperative sg. = fac) (3)

to make, do, accomplish

285

fugio, fugere, fugi, fugiturum (3)

to flee, hurry away; escape; go into exile; avoid, shun

286

venio, venire, veni, ventum (4)

to come

287

invenio, invenire, inveni, inventum (4)

to come upon, find

288

vivo, vivere, vixi, victum (3)

to live

289

adulēscēns, adulēscentis (m. and f.)

young man or woman

290

annus, annī (m.)

year

291

Asia, Asiae (f.)

Asia (Minor)

292

Caesar, Caesaris (m.)

Caesar

293

māter, mātris (f.)

mother

294

medicus, medicī (m.)

doctor, physician

295

pater, patris (m.)

father

296

patientia, patientiae (f.)

patience, long-suffering, endurance

297

prīcipium, prīncipiī (n.)

beginning

298

acerbus, acerba, acerbum

bitter, harsh, grievous

299

prō (+abl.)

in front of, before, instead of

300

diū

for a long time

301

nūper

recently

302

āmittō, āmittere, āmīsī, āmissum

to lose, let go

303

cadō, cadere, cecidī, cāsūrum

to fall

304

creō (1)

to create

305

mē (pronoun)

me

306

quid (pronoun)

what

307

nihil

nothing

308

non (adv.)

not

309

saepe (adv.)

often

310

si (conj.)

if

311

amo, amare, amavi, amatum (1)

to love, like

312

amabo te

please

313

cogito, cogitare, cogitavi, cogitatum (1)

to think, ponder, consider, plan

314

debeo, debere, debui, debitum (2)

to owe; ought, must

315

do, dare, dedi, datum (1)

to give, offer

316

erro, errare, erravi, erratum (1)

to wander, err, go astray, be mistaken

317

laudo, laudare, laudavi, laudatum (1)

to praise

318

moneo, monere, monui, monitum (2)

to warn, remind, advise

319

salveo, salvere, --, -- (2)

to be well, to be in good health

320

salve, salvete (imperative)

hello, greetings

321

servo, servare, servavi, servatum (1)

to preserve, save, keep, guard

322

conservo, conservare, conservavi, conservatum (1)

to preserve, conserve, maintain

323

terreo, terrere, terrui, territum (2)

to frighten, terrify

324

valeo, valere, valui, valiturum (2)

to be strong, have power, be well

325

vale, valete (imperative)

good-bye, farewell

326

video, videre, vidi, visum (2)

to see, observe, understand

327

voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatum (1)

to call, summon

328

fama, famae, f.

rumor, report; fame, reputation

329

forma, formae, f.

form, shape; beauty

330

fortuna, fortunae, f.

fortune, luck

331

ira, irae, f.

ire, anger

332

nauta, nautae, m.

sailor

333

patria, patriae, f.

fatherland, native land, one's country

334

pecunia, pecuniae, f.

money

335

philosophia, philosophiae, f.

philosophy

336

poena, poenae, f.

penalty, punishment

337

poenās dare

to pay the penalty

338

poeta, poetae, m.

poet

339

porta, portae, f.

gate, entrance

340

puella, puellae, f.

girl

341

rosa, rosae, f.

rose

342

sententia, sententiae, f.

feeling, thought, opinion, vote, sentence

343

vita, vitae, f.

life; mode of life

344

antiquus, -a, -um (adj.)

ancient, old-time

345

magnus, -a, -um (adj.)

large, great; important

346

meus, -a, -um (adj.)

my

347

multus, -a, -um (adj.)

much, many

348

tuus, -a, -um (adj.)

your

349

et (conj.)

and; even

350

et...et

both...and

351

sed (conj.)

but

352

Ō (interjection)

O!, Oh! (commonly used with vocative)

353

sine (prep. + abl.)

without (used with ablative)

354

est

is

355

ager, agrī, m.

field, farm

356

agricola, agricolae, m.

farmer

357

amica, amicae, f.

(f.) friend

358

amicus, amicī, m.

(m.) friend

359

femina, feminae, f.

woman

360

filia, filiae, f. (dat. & abl. pl. = filiābus)

daughter

361

filius, filiī, m.

son

362

numerus, numerī, m.

number

363

populus, populī, m.

the people, a people, a nation

364

puer, puerī, m.

boy; (pl.) boys, children

365

sapientia, sapientiae, f.

wisdom

366

vir, virī, m.

man, hero

367

avarus, -a, -um (adj.)

greedy, avaricious

368

Romanus, -a, -um (adj.)

Roman

369

paucī, -ae, -a (adj., usually pl.)

few, a few

370

dē (prep. + abl.)

down from, from; concerning, about

371

in (prep. + abl.)

in, on

372

hodie (adv.)

today

373

semper (adv.)

always

374

habeo, habere, habui, habitum (2)

to have, hold, possess; consider, regard

375

satio, satiare, satiavi, satiatum (1)

to satisfy, sate

376

basium, basiī, nt.

kiss

377

bellum, bellī, nt.

war

378

consilium, consiliī, nt.

plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgment, wisdom

379

cura, curae, f.

care, attention, caution, anxiety

380

donum, donī, nt.

gift, present

381

exitium, exitiī, nt.

destruction, ruin

382

magister, magistrī, m.

schoolmaster, teacher, master

383

magistra, magistrae, f.

schoolmistress, teacher, mistress

384

mora, morae, f.

delay

385

nihil, nt. (indeclinable)

nothing

386

oculus, oculī, m.

eye

387

officium, officiī, nt.

duty, service

388

otium, otiī, nt.

leisure, peace

389

periculum, periculī, nt.

danger, risk

390

remedium, remediī, nt.

cure, remedy

391

bellus, -a, -um (adj.)

pretty, handsome, charming

392

bonus, -a, -um (adj.)

good, kind

393

humanus, -a, -um (adj.)

pertaining to man, human; humane, kind; refined, cultivated

394

malus, -a, -um (adj.)

bad, wicked, evil

395

parvus, -a, -um (adj.)

small, little

396

stultus, -a, -um (adj.)

foolish

397

stultus, stultī, m.

a fool

398

verus, -a, -um (adj.)

true, real, proper

399

iuvo (or adiuvo), iuvare, iuvi, iutum (1)

to help, aid, assist; please

400

sum, esse, fui, futurum

to be, exist

401

adulescentia, adulescentiae, f.

youth, young manhood; youthfulness

402

animus, animī, m.

soul, spirit, mind

403

caelum, caelī, nt.

sky, heaven

404

culpa, culpae, f.

fault, blame

405

gloria, gloriae, f.

glory, fame

406

verbum, verbī, nt.

word

407

tē (abl. and acc. sg.)

you, yourself

408

liber, libera, liberum (adj.)

free

409

noster, nostra, nostrum (adj.)

our, ours

410

pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum (adj.)

beautiful, handsome, fine

411

sanus, -a, -um (adj.)

sound, healthy, sane

412

igitur (conj.)

therefore, consequently

413

-ne

A suffix that indicates a question, the answer to which is uncertain.

414

propter (prep. + acc.)

on account of, because of

415

cras (adv.)

tomorrow

416

heri (adv.)

yesterday

417

quando (interrogative adv. and conj.)

when

418

si quando

if ever

419

satis (indeclinable noun, adj., and adv.)

enough, sufficient(-ly)

420

tum (adv.)

then, at that time; thereupon, in the next place

421

ceno, cenare, cenavi, cenatum (1)

to dine

422

culpo, culpare, culpavi, culpatum (1)

to blame, censure

423

remaneo (or maneo), remanere, remansi, remansum (2)

to remain, stay, stay behind, abide, continue

424

supero, superare, superavi, superatum (1)

to be above, have the upper hand, surpass; overcome, conquer

425

super (adv. and prep. + abl. or acc.)

above

426

dea, deae, f. (dat. and abl. pl. = deābus)

goddess

427

deus, deī, m. (nom. pl. = dī) (dat. and abl. pl. = dīs)

god

428

discipula, discipulae, f.

learner, pupil, student (f.)

429

discipulus, discipulī, m.

learner, pupil, student (m.)

430

insidiae, insidiārum, f. (pl.)

ambush, plot, treachery

431

liber, librī, m.

book

432

tyrannus, tyrannī, m.

absolute ruler, tyrant

433

vitium, vitiī, nt.

fault, crime, vice

434

Graecus, -a, -um (adj.)

Greek

435

Graecus, Graecī, m.

a Greek

436

perpetuus, -a, -um (adj.)

perpetual, lasting, uninterrupted, continuous

437

plenus, -a, -um (adj.)

full, abundant, generous

438

salvus, -a, -um (adj.)

safe, sound

439

secundus, -a, -um (adj.)

second; favorable

440

vester, vestra, vestrum (adj.)

your (pl. - used in addressing more than one person), yours

441

-que (enclitic conj.)

and (appended to the second of two words)

442

ubi (adv. and conj., also interrog.)

where, when; where?

443

ibi (adv.)

there

444

nunc (adv.)

now, at present

445

quare (adv.)

therefore, wherefore, why (literally means "because of which thing")

446

possum, posse, potui, --

to be able, can, could, have power

447

tolero, tolerare, toleravi, toleratum (1)

to bear, endure

448

animī, animōrum, m. (pl.)

high spirits, pride, courage

449

amor, amoris, m.

love

450

carmen, carminis, nt.

song, poem

451

civitas, civitatis, f.

state, citizenship

452

corpus, corporis, nt.

body

453

homo, hominis, m.

human being, man

454

labor, laboris, m.

labor, work, toil; a work, production

455

littera, litterae, f.

a letter of the alphabet

456

litterae, litterārum, f. (pl.)

a letter (epistle), literature (pl. noun)

457

mos, moris, m.

habit, custom, manner

458

morēs, morum, m. (pl.)

habits, morals, character (pl. noun)

459

nomen, nominis, nt.

name

460

pax, pacis, f.

peace

461

regina, reginae, f.

queen

462

rex, regis, m.

king

463

tempus, temporis, nt.

time; occasion, opportunity

464

terra, terrae, f.

earth, ground, land, country

465

uxor, uxoris, f.

wife

466

virgo, virginis, f.

maiden, virgin

467

virtus, virtutis, f.

manliness, courage; excellence, character, worth, virtue

468

novus, -a, -um (adj.)

new; strange

469

post (prep. acc.)

after, behind

470

sub (prep. + abl. or acc.)

under, up under, close to

471

audeo, audere, ausus sum, -- (2)

to dare

472

neco, necare, necavi, necatum (1)

to murder, kill

473

Cicero, Ciceronis, m.

Cicero

474

copia, copiae, f.

abundance, supply

475

copiae, copiārum, f. (pl.)

supplies, troops, forces

476

frater, fratris, m.

brother

477

laus, laudis, f.

praise, glory, fame

478

libertas, libertatis, f.

liberty

479

ratio, rationis, f.

reckoning, account; reason, judgment, consideration; system; manner, method

480

scriptor, scriptoris, m.

writer, author

481

soror, sororis, f.

sister

482

victoria, victoriae, f.

victory

483

dum (conj.)

while, as long as, at the same time that; (+ subjunctive) until

484

ad (prep. + acc.)

to, up to, near to

485

ex, ē (prep. + abl.) (can be prefix)

out of, from, from within; by reason of, on account of; of

486

numquam (adv.)

never

487

tamen (adv.)

nevertheless, still

488

ago, agere, egi, actum (3)

to drive, lead, do, act; pass, spend

489

gratias agere (idiom + dat.)

to thank someone, (literally) to give thanks to

490

demonstro, demonstrare, demonstravi, demonstratum (1)

to point out, show, demonstrate

491

disco, discere, didici, -- (3)

to learn

492

doceo, docere, docui, doctum (2)

to teach

493

duco, ducere, duxi, ductum (imperative sg. = duc) (3)

to lead; consider, regard; prolong

494

gero, gerere, gessi, gestum (3)

to carry; carry on, manage, conduct, wage, accomplish, perform

495

scribo, scribere, scripsi, scriptum (3)

to write, compose

496

traho, trahere, traxi, tractum (3)

to draw, drag; derive, acquire

497

vinco, vincere, vici, victum (3)

to conquer, overcome

498

locus, locī, m.

place, passage in literature

499

locī, locōrum, m. (pl.)

passages in literature

500

morbus, morbī, m.

disease, sickness