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ā ab abs

from, by (+abl.)

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absum abesse āfuī

be away, absent

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aequus -a -um

equal

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aes aeris n.

copper, bronze, money, (military) pay, price

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ager agrī m.

field

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albus -a -um

white

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alter altera alterum

other of two

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amō -āre

love; amāns -ntis m./f., lover

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amor -ōris m.

lover

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animus -ī m.

spirit, mind

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annus -ī m.

year

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aptus -a -um

fit, suitable

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arma -ōrum n. pl.

arms, weapons

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ars artis f.

skill

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augeō augēre auxī auctum

increase

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aurum -a -um

gold

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avis -is f.

bird

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bellum -ī n.

war

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bene

well

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bonus -a -um

good

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capiō capere cēpī captum

seize

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caput capitis n.

head

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careō -ēre -uī

lack (+abl.)

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carmen -inis n.

song

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causa -ae f.

cause, reason; causā (+preceding gen.), for the sake of

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celebrō -āre

frequent, throng, crowd

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certus -a -um

sure, fixed

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cōgō cōgere coēgī coāctum

drive together; compel

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coma -ae f.

hair, tresses

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condō -dere -didī -ditum

build, found; store up; hide, conceal

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cōnferō cōnferre contulī collātum

collect, bring to

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coniunx coniugis m./f.

spouse, husband, wife

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corpus corporis n.

body

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cum

with (prep. +abl.); when, since, although (conj. +subj.)

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cūr

why?

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damnō -āre

condemn

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down from, about, concerning (+abl.)

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dēbeō dēbēre dēbuī dēbitum

owe, be obliged

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decet decēre decuīt

it is right, proper, fitting (+acc. +infin.)

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dēfendō -fendere -fendī -fēnsum

defend, ward off

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dēsinō -sinere -siī -situm

leave off, cease

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dīves dīvitis

rich (poet. dīs, dītis)

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dō dare dedī datum

give

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dominus -ī m.; domina -ae f.

household master, lord; mistress

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dōnec

until

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duo duae duo

two

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ego meī mihi mē

I, me

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equus -ī m.

horse

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errō -āre

go astray, wander

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error -ōris m.

wandering; error, mistake

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et

and

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ex ē

out of, from (+abl.)

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exemplum -ī n.

example, sample, copy

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exeō -īre -iī -itum

go forth

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faciō facere fēcī factum

do, make

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falsus -a -um

deceptive, false

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fāma -ae f.

rumor, fame

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fēmina -ae f.

woman

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ferō ferre tulī lātum

bear, carry, endure

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ferrum -ī n.

iron, iron weapon or implement

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fīlia -ae f.; fīlius -ī m.

daughter; son

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fīō fierī factus sum

become, happen, be done

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frangō frangere frēgī frāctum

break, shatter

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gaudeō gaudēre gāvīsus sum

rejoice

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grātia -ae f.

favor, influence, gratitude

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grātus -a -um

pleasant; grateful

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habeō habēre habuī habitum

have, hold

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hic haec hoc

this, these

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iam

now; already

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ille illa illud

that

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imperium -ī n.

command, power

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in

in, on (+abl.); into, onto (+acc.)

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ingenium -ī n.

disposition, ability, talent

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ipse ipsa ipsum

him- her- itself

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iste ista istud

that, that of yours; (adv.) istīc or istūc, over there; istinc, from over there

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iubeō iubēre iussī iussum

bid, order

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iūdex iūdicis m.

judge, juror

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iuvō iuvāre iūvī iūtum

help, assist; please, delight

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laedō laedere laesī laesum

injure by striking, hurt

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lingua -ae f.

tongue; language

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māgnus -a -um

great

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male

(adv.) badly

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maneō manēre mānsī mānsum

remain

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mēns mentis f.

mind

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mereō merēre meruī meritum

deserve, merit; serve as a soldier

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meus -a -um

my

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miser misera miserum

wretched, pitiable

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mulier -eris f.

woman

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mūnus mūneris n.

gift, offering; duty, obligation; (pl.) gladiatorial show

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mūtō -āre

change

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nec

and not, nor; nec ... nec, neither ... nor; → neque

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negō -āre

deny, refuse

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nōn

not

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nōtus -a -um

well-known

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nox noctis f.

night

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nūdus -a -um

naked, bare

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nūllus -a -um

not any, no one

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nunc

now

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oculus -ī m.

eye

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ōdī ōdisse

hate

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officium -ī n.

service, duty

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omnis -e

all, every, as a whole

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ops opis f.

assistance, resources

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parcō parcere pepercī parsum

spare, be sparing of (+dat.)

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pateō patēre patuī

lie open, extend; be evident or obvious

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patior patī passus sum

permit, endure

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pauper -eris

poor, lowly

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pendō pendere pependī pēnsum

weigh, hang, suspend; pay

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petō petere petīvī petītum

seek, aim at

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placeō placēre placuī placitum

please

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plēnus -a -um

full

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poena -ae f.

penalty, punishment

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pōscō pōscere popōscī

demand, claim; inquire into

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possum posse potuī

be able

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praebeō -ēre -uī -itum

furnish, supply, render

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praeda -ae f.

booty, prey

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praemium -ī n.

bounty, reward

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premō premere pressī pressum

press, pursue, overwhelm

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pretium -ī n.

price, worth, reward; pretium operae, a reward for trouble

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prō

for, on behalf of, in proportion to (+abl.)

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puella -ae f.

girl; girl-friend

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puer puerī m.

boy; slave

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quaerō -rere -sīvī -sītum

seek, inquire

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quālis -e

of what kind? what?

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quantus -a -um

(interr.) how great? (rel.) of what size, amount, etc.

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que

and (enclitic)

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quī quae quod

who, which, what

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quia

because

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quis quid

who? what? which?

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quisquis quidquid

whoever, whichever

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quoque

also, too

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ratiō -ōnis f.

method, plan, reason

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rēs reī f.

thing (rēs pūblica, commonwealth; rēs familiāris, family property, estate; rēs mīlitāris, art of war; rēs novae, revolution)

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reus -ī m.

defendant

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sacer sacra sacrum

holy, sacred

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sed

but

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sine

without (+abl.)

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sinus -ūs m.

fold of a garment; lap, bay, gulf

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socius -a -um

friendly, allied; socius -ī m., partner, comrade

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sōlus -a -um

only, alone

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stō stāre stetī statum

stand

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studium -ī n.

eagerness, zeal

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sum esse fuī

be, exist

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sūmō sūmere sūmpsī sūmptum

take up

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suus -a -um

his own, her own, its own

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tālis tāle

such

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tamen

nevertheless, still

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tantus -a -um

so great, so much

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testis -is m.

witness

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timeō -ēre -uī

fear, dread

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timor -ōris m.

fear

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tū tuī tibi tē

you (sing.)

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turpis -e

ugly, unsightly; disgraceful

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tuus -a -um

your

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ut utī

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

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uterque utraque utrumque

each of two

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veniō venīre vēnī ventum

come

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vestis -is f.

garment, robe, clothing

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vir virī m.

man

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virgō -inis f.

maiden, virgin, girl

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vitium -ī n.

flaw, fault, crime

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volō velle voluī

wish, be willing

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voluptās -ātis f.

pleasure, enjoyment

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vōs

you (pl.); (gen.) vestrum/vestrī, (dat./abl.) vōbīs, (acc.) vōs