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a or ab

prep abl from

2

abeo, abire

irreg to go away

3

abi/abite

go away

4

absum, abesse

irreg to be awaym to be absent

5

accidit, accidere

it happens

6

ad

prep acc to, towards, near

7

adhuc

adverb, still

8

adiuvo, adiuvare

to help

9

advenio, advenīre

to reach, arrive at

10

advesperascit

it gets dark

11

aedificium

(-i) building

12

aestas, aestatis

summer f

13

aestate

in summer

14

ager, agri

m field

15

ago, agere

to do, drive

16

age/agite

come on

17

alius, alia, aliud

another, other

18

alii...alii

some...others

19

alter, altera, alterum

a/the second, one (of two), the other (of two)

20

alter...alter

the one...the other

21

ambulo, ambulare

to walk

22

amica

friend f (-ae)

23

amicus

friend m (-i)

24

amo, amare

to like, love

25

ancilla

slave girl, maid f (-ae)

26

animus

mind

27

in animo habere

to intend

28

aperio, aperīre

to open

29

appāreo, apparere

to appear

30

appropinquo, appropinquare

to approach

31

apud

prep acc with

32

aqua

f water (-ae)

33

arbor, arboris

f tree

34

area

f (-ae) open space

35

arripio, arripere

to grab hold of, snatch

36

ars, artis

gen pl artium f skill

37

ascendo, ascendere

to climb, to climb into (a carriage)

38

audio, audīre

to hear, to listen to

39

auriga

m charioteer (-ae)

40

auxilium

help (-i)

41

fer/ferte auxillium

bring help!

42

baculum

stick, staff (-i)

43

bonus

-a -um good

44

bos, bovis

ox, cow

45

brevi tempore

in a short time, soon

46

Britannia

(-ae) f Britain

47

Britannicus

-a -um British

48

cado, cadere

to fall

49

caelum

(-i) sky

50

calidus

warm

51

canis, canis

dog

52

carissimus

dearest -a

53

caupo, cauponis

m innkeeper

54

caupona

-ae f inn

55

cave, cavete

be careful, watch out for

56

celeriter

adv quickly

57

celerrime

adc very fast, very quick

58

celo, celare

to hide

59

centum

a hundred

60

cesso, cessare

to be idle, to do nothing

61

cibus

m -i food

62

cisium

-i light two wheeled carriage

63

cista

trunk, chest (-ae) f

64

civis

gen plu citizen

65

clamo, clamare

to shout

66

clamor, clamoris

m shout, shouting

67

commotus

-a -um moved

68

complexu

in an embrace

69

concido, concidere

to fall down

70

conspico, conspicere

to catch sight of

71

consulo, consulere

to consult

72

convoco, convocare

to call together

73

coquo, coquere

to cook

74

cornelianus

belonging to Cornelius

75

cras

adv tomorrow

76

cubiculum

-i room, bedroom

77

culpa

-ae f fault blame

78

cum

prep abl with

79

cuncti

-ae -a all

80

cur

why adc

81

curo, currare

to look after, take care of

82

curro, currere

to run

83

custodio, custodire

to guard

84

de

prep abl down from, concerning, about

85

decem

ten

86

defendo, defendere

to defend

87

defessus

-a -um tired

88

deinde

adv then, next

89

descendo, descendere

to come/go down, climb down

90

deverto, devertere

to turn aside

91

dies, diei

m day

92

diu

adv for a long time

93

doceo, docere

to teach

94

domina

f mistress, lady of the house

95

dominus

m master

96

dormio, dormīre

to sleep

97

duco, ducere

to lead, take, bring

98

dum

conj while, as long as

99

duo, duae, duo

two

100

ē or ex

prep abl from, out of

101

eadem

the same

102

eam

her, it

103

ecce

look

104

effugio, effugere

to flee, run away, escape

105

ego

i

106

eheu

alas

107

eius

his, her

108

eo, ire

irreg to go

109

eo ipso tempore

at that very moment

110

eos

them

111

epistula

letter (-ae)

112

equus

(-i) m horse

113

erat

he/she/it was

114

erro, errare

to wander

115

esse

see sum

116

est

he/she/it is

117

et

conj and

118

etiam

adv also, even

119

eugepae

hurray

120

eum

him, it

121

excipio excipere

to welcome, receive, catch

122

excito, excitāre

to rouse, wake (someone) up

123

exclamō, exclamāre

to exclaim, shout

124

exeo, exire

irreg to go out

125

exspecto, exspectare

to look out for, wait for

126

extraho, extrahere

to drag out, take out

127

facio, facere

to make, do

128

iter facere

to travel

129

quid facit

what does... do? What is...doing?

130

fatuus

-a -um stupid

131

femina

-ae f woman

132

ferio ferīre

to hit, strike

133

fero ferre

irreg to bring, carry

134

ferociter

adv fiercely

135

festion, festināre

to hurry

136

filia

daughter f (-ae)

137

filius

m son (-i)

138

fortasse

adv perhaps

139

fossa

f -ae ditch

140

fragor, fragoris

m crash, noise

141

frater, fratris

m brother

142

frigidus

-a -um cool cold

143

frons, frontis

forehead

144

frustra

adv in vain

145

furtim

adv stealthily

146

gaudeo, gaudēre

to be glad, rejoice

147

gemo, gemere

to groan

148

gero, gerere

to wear

149

graecus

-a -um Greek

150

graeci

-orum m pl the Greeks

151

habeo, habēre

to have, hold

152

habito, habitāre

to live, dwell

153

haereo, haerēre

to stick

154

hic

adv here

155

hodie

adv today

156

homines, hominum

m pl people

157

hora

f -ae hour

158

hortus

m -i garden

159

hospes, hospitis

guest, host, friend, a person

160

iacio, iacere

to throw

161

iam

adv now, already

162

non iam

no longer

163

ianitor, ianitoris

m doorkeeper

164

ianua

f -ae door

165

ibi

adv there

166

id quod

that which, that

167

idem, eadem, idem

the same

168

igitur

conj therefore

169

ignavus

cowardly lazy

170

ille, illa, illud

that, he, she, it

171

illa nocte

that night

172

immobilis

-is -e motionless

173

impedio, impedīre

to hinder, prevent

174

in

prep abl in, on

175

in itinere

on a journey

176

in

prep acc into, against

177

incito, incitare

to spur on, urge on, drive

178

incolumis

-is -e unhurt, safe and sound

179

induo, induere

to put on

180

infirmus

weak, shaky

181

inquit

says

182

interea

meanwhile adv

183

interpello, interpellāre

to interrupt

184

intro, intrāre

to enter, to go into

185

inuro, inurere

to brand

186

invenio, invenīre

to come upon, find

187

iocis

-i joke, prank

188

per iocum

as a prank

189

ipse, ipsa, ipsum

himself, herself, itself, themselves

190

ira

-ae f anger

191

iratus

angry -a -um

192

īre

to go (from eo)

193

ita vero

yes indeed

194

italia

f italy

195

itaque

adv and so, therefore

196

iter, itineris

journey

197

iterum

adv again, a second time

198

iubeo, iubēre

to order, bid

199

laboro, laborāre

to work

200

laborantes

working

201

lacrimo, lacrimāre

to weep, cry

202

lacrimans

weeping

203

laetus

happy, glad

204

lana

f -ae wool

205

lanam trahere

to spin wool

206

latro, latrāre

to bark

207

lego, legere

to read

208

lente

adv slowly

209

liberi

-orum m pl children

210

littera

-ae f letter

211

longus

-a -um long

212

lucet, lucēre

it is light, it is day

213

ludo, ludere

to play

214

pila ludere

to play ball

215

lupa

-ae she wolf f

216

lupus

-i m wolf

217

magnus

-a -um big, great, large, loud

218

magna voce

in a loud voice

219

magno risu

with a loud laugh

220

maneo, manēre

to remain, stay

221

mater, matris

f mother

222

me

223

mecum

with me

224

meus

-a -um my, mine

225

mihi

for me, to me

226

mille

a thousand

227

minime

adv no, not at all

228

miser, misera, miserum

unhappy, miserable, wretched

229

mitto, mittere

to send

230

molestus

-a -um troublesome, annoying

231

molestus

m pest

232

mortuus

-a -um dead

233

moveo, movēre

to move

234

mox

adv soon, presently

235

multi

-ae -a many

236

murmur, murmuris

murmur, ramble

237

musso, mussāre

to mutter

238

nam

conj for

239

narrator, narratoris

m narrator

240

-ne

indicates a question

241

neapolis

f naples

242

necesse

adv or indecl adj necessary

243

nemo, neminis

no one

244

neque

conj and not

245

neque...neque...

conj neither...nor...

246

nescio, nescīre

to be ignorant, not to know

247

nihil

nothing

248

nobis

for us

249

nobiscum

with us

250

nocte

at night

251

nolo, nolle

irreg to be unwilling, not to wish

252

noli nolite

+infinitive don't

253

nomen nominis

name

254

nomine

by name, called

255

non

adv not

256

non iam

adv no longer

257

nondum

not yet adv

258

nonus

ninth

259

nos

we, us

260

noster, nostra, nostrum

our

261

novem

nine

262

novus

new

263

nox, noctis

gen pl noctium f night

264

nubes, nubis

gen pl nubium f cloud

265

nullus

-a -um no, none

266

numerus

m number

267

nunc

adv now

268

nuntius

-i m messenger

269

o

used with vocative and in exclamations

270

o me miseram

poor me or dear me

271

observo, observāre

to watch

272

occupatus

-a -um busy

273

octo

eight

274

olfacio, olfacere

to catch the scent of, smell

275

olivetum

-i olive grove

276

omnes, omnia

all, everyone, everything

277

omnia quae

everything that

278

onus, oneris

load, burden

279

palla

-ae f palla

280

paratus

-a -um ready, prepared

281

parens, parentis

parent

282

paro, parāre

to prepare, to get ready

283

pars, partis

gen pl partium f part, direction

284

pater, patris

m father

285

per

prep acc through

286

periculosus

-a -um dangerous

287

periculum

danger

288

pernocto, pernoctāre

to spend the night

289

perterritus

-a -um frightened, terrified

290

pes, pedis

m foot

291

peto, petere

to look for, seep, head for, aim at, attack

292

pictura

pictura

293

pila

-ae f ball

294

piscina

-ae f fishpond

295

placide

adv gently, peacefully

296

plaustrum

-i wagon, cart

297

plenus

-a -um full

298

pompeii

-orum m pl Pompeii

299

pono, ponere

to put, place

300

porta

f -ae gate

301

poto, portāre

to carry

302

possum, posse

irreg to be able, i can

303

poterat

he/she/it was able, could

304

potest

he/she/it is able

305

praeclarus

-a -um distinguished, famous

306

praeterea

adv besides, too, moreover

307

praetereo, praeterīre

irreg to go past

308

praetexta, toga

-ae toga with purple border

309

princeps, principis

emperor

310

procul

adv in the distance, far off, far

311

promitto, promittere

to promise

312

prope

prep acc near

313

puella

-ae f girl

314

puer, pueri

m boy

315

pulvis, pulveris

m dust

316

purgo, purgāre

to clean

317

quae

who

318

qualis

what sort of

319

quam

adv how

320

quamquam

conj although

321

quando

adv when

322

quattuor

four

323

quem

whom

324

qui, quae, quod

who, which, that

325

qui

who

326

quibuscum

with whom

327

quid

what

328

quidam, quaedam, quoddam

a certain

329

quiesco, quiescere

to rest, keep quiet

330

quingenti

five hundred

331

quinquaginta

fifty

332

quinque

five

333

quis...quid

who...what

334

quo

adv where...to

335

quocum

with whom

336

quod

conj because

337

quod

which that,

338

quo instrumento

with what instrument, by what means, how

339

quomodo

adv in what manner, in what way, how

340

quoque

adv also

341

quos

whom

342

quot

how many

343

raeda

carriage -ae f

344

raedarius

-i m coachman

345

ramus

branch

346

redeo, redire

irreg to return, to go back

347

relinquo, relinquere

to leave behind

348

repello, repellere

to drive back, drive off

349

reprehendo, reprehendere

to blame, scold

350

respondeo, respondēre

to reply

351

revoco, revocāre

to recall, call back

352

rideo, ridēre

to laugh, smile

353

rivus

-i m stream

354

rogo, rogāre

to ask

355

Roma

-ae f Rome

356

Romam

to Rome

357

Romanus

-a -um Roman

358

Romani

-orum m pl the Romans

359

rota

-ae f wheel

360

villa rustica

country house and farm f

361

rusticus

peasant m -i

362

saepe

often adv

363

saluto, salutāre

to greet, welcome

364

salve/salvete

greetings! hello!

365

salvus

-a -um safe

366

scelestus

-a -um wicked

367

scio, scīre

to know

368

scribo, scribere

to write

369

se

himself, herself, oneself, itself, themselves

370

secundus

-a -um second

371

sed

conj but

372

sedeo, sedēre

to sit

373

semisomnus

-a -um half asleep

374

semper

adv always

375

senator, senatoris

m senator

376

senex senis

old man m

377

septem

seven

378

septimus

seventh -a -um

379

servus

-i m slave

380

sex

six

381

si

conj if

382

silentium

-i silence

383

silva

-ae forest, woods f

384

simul

adv together, at the same time

385

soleo, solēre

to be accustomed to, be in the habit of

386

sollicitus

alarmed, worried, anxious

387

solus

alone

388

soror, sororis

sister f

389

statim

immediately

390

statua

f -ae statue

391

sto, stare

to stand

392

stola

stola (women's outer garment)

393

strenuus

active, energetic

394

strenue

adv strenuously, hard

395

sub

prep abl under, beneath

396

subito

suddenly adv

397

sum, esse

irreg to be

398

sunt

they are

399

surgo, surgere

to get, rise

400

suus

-a -um his, her, its, their

401

tabellarius

m courier

402

taceo, tacēre

to be quiet

403

tace/tacete!

be quiet!

404

taedet, taedēre

it bores

405

tamen

adv however, nevertheless

406

tandem

adv at last, finally

407

tantum

adv only

408

tardus

slow -a -um

409

te

you

410

temerarius

rash, reckless, bold

411

tempto, temptare

to try

412

tempus, temporis

time

413

teneo, tenēre

to hold

414

terro, terrēre

to frighten, terrify

415

timeo, timēre

to fear, be afraid

416

toga

f toga

417

toga virilis

toga of manhood

418

trado, tradere

to hand over

419

traho, trahere

to drag, pull

420

tres, tres, tria

three

421

tribus diebus

in 3 days

422

troia

troy

423

troianus

trojan

424

troiani

-oru m pl the trojans

425

tu

acc of te you sing

426

tum

at that moment adv, then

427

tunica

f tunic -ae

428

tuus

-a -um your sing

429

ubi

adv where

430

ubi

conj where, when

431

unde

adv from where

432

undecimus

-a -um eleventh

433

unus

-a -um one

434

urbs, urbs

gen pl urbiu f city

435

ut

adv as

436

uxor, uxoris

wife

437

vale/valete

goodbye

438

vehiculum

vehicle

439

velle

he/she wishes, wants

440

wenio, venire

to come

441

verbero, verbarāre

to beat, whip

442

verto, vertere

to turn

443

vestigium

track, footprint, trace

444

vexo, vexāre

to annoy

445

via

street, road

446

via appia

the appian way f -ae

447

vicinus

-a -um neighbouring

448

videō, videre

to see

449

vilicus

m -i overseer, farm manager

450

villa

f -ae country house

451

vinea

f -ae vineyard

452

vir, viri

m man, husband

453

virga

-ae f stick, rod, switch

454

vis

you want

455

vito, vitāre

to avoid

456

volo, velle

irreg to wish, to want, be willing

457

vos

you pl

458

vox, vocis

f voice

459

vult

wishes, wants, is willing