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amo -are

amo  amare amavi amatus

1st Conjugation Verb

v.   to love, like

 

 

 

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nato -are

(nato natare natavi natatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to swim

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do dare dedi datus

1st conjugation irregular verb

v.    to give

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sto stare steti status

1st conjugation irregular verb

v.    to stand

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lavo lavare lavi lautus

1st conjugation irregular verb

v.    to wash

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oro -are

(oro orare oravi oratus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to speak, pray

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paro -are

(paro parare paravi paratus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to prepare

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porto -are

(porto portare portavi portatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to carry

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servo -are

(servo servare servavi servatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to guard, keep

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voco -are

(voco vocare vocavi vocatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to call

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juvo juvare juvi jutus

1st conjugation irregular verb

v.    to help

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narro -are

(narro narrare narravi narratus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to tell

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aro -are

(aro arare aravi aratus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to plow

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clamo -are

(clamo clamare clamavi clamatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to shout

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opto -are

(opto optare optavi optatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to desire, wish

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erro -are

(erro errare erravi erratus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to err, wander

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laudo -are

(laudo laudare laudavi laudatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to praise

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tempto -are

(tempto temptare temptavi temptatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to tempt

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pugno -are

(pugno pugnare pugnavi pugnatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to fight

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specto -are

(specto spectare spectavi spectatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to look at

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navigo -are

(navigo navigare navigavi navigatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to sail

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libero -are

(libero liberare liberavi liberatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.   to set free

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saluto -are

(saluto salutare salutavi salutatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to greet

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adoro -are

(adoro adorare adoravi adoratus)

1st conjugation verb

v.   to adore

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habito -are

(habito habitare habitavi habitatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.   to live in, dwell

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ambulo -are

(ambulo ambulare ambulavi ambulatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.   to walk

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laboro -are

(laboro laborare laboravi laboratus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to work

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judico -are

(judico judicare judicavi judicatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to judge, consider

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occupo -are

(occupo occupare occupavi occupatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to seize, capture

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supero -are

(supero superare superavi superatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to overcome, surpass

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sum esse fui futurus

1st conjugation irregular verb

v.    to be

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non

adverb

not

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hodie

adverb

today

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heri

adverb

yesterday

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cras

adverb

tomorrow

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nunc

adverb

now

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tum

adverb

then, at that time

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numquam

adverb

never

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umquam

adverb

ever

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semper

adverb

always

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saepe

adverb

often

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puto -are

(puto putare putavi putatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.   to think

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muto -are

(muto mutare mutavi mutatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to change

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celo -are

(celo celare celavi celatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to hide

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rogo -are

(rogo rogare rogavi rogatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to ask

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volo -are

(volo volare volavi volatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to fly

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spero -are

(spero sperare speravi speratus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to hope

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dubito -are

(dubito dubitare dubitavi dubitatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to doubt

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perturbo -are

(perturbo perturbare perturbavi perturbatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to disturb

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nego -are

(nego negare negavi negatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to deny

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accuso -are

(accuso accusare accusavi accusatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.     to accuse

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demonstro -are

(demonstro demonstrare demonstravi demonstratus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to show, point out

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nuntio -are

(nuntio nuntiare nuntiavi nuntiatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to report

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vulnero -are

(vulnero vulnerare vulneravi vulneratus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to wound

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exploro -are

(exploro explorare exploravi exploratus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to wound

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culpo -are

(culpo culpare culpavi culpatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to blame

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creo -are

(creo creare creavi creatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to create

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appello -are

(appello appellare appellavi appellatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to address

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oppugno -are

(oppugno oppugnare oppugnavi oppugnatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to attack

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exspecto -are

(exspecto exspectare exspectavi exspectatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to wait for, expect

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delecto -are

(delecto delectare delectavi delectatus)

1st conjugation verb

v.    to delight, please

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mensa -ae

                                  S.                      P.

 Nominative                 mensa             mensae

     Genitive                      mensae           mensarum

Dative                         mensae           mensis

 Accusative                 mensam          mensas

Ablative                       mensa             mensis

f.   table

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puella -ae

1st declension

 

f.   girl

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regina -ae

1st declension

f.   queen

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terra -ae

1st declension

f.   earth, land

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agricola -ae

1st declension

m.   farmer

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nauta -ae

1st declension

m.   sailor

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poeta -ae

1st declension

m.   poet

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Maria -ae

1st declension

f.   Mary

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Roma -ae

1st declension

f.   Mary

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Italia -ae

1st declension

f.   Italy

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servus -i

2nd declension

m.   slave, servant

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amicus -i

2nd declension

m.   friend

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annus -i

2nd declension

m.   year

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Christus -i

2nd declension

m.   Christ

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agnus -i

2nd declension

m.   year

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dominus -i

2nd declension

m.   lord, master

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equus -i

2nd declension

m.   horse

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filius -i

2nd declension

m.   son

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deus -i

2nd declension

m.   god

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mundus -i

2nd declension

m.    world, mankind

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bellum -i

2nd declension

n.    war

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caelum -i

2nd declension

n.    sky, heaven

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donum -i

2nd declension

n.   gift

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forum -i

2nd declension

n.    forum, marketplace

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oppidum -i

2nd declension

n.    town

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saxum -i

2nd declension

n.    rock

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regnum -i

2nd declension

n.    kingdom

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templum -i

2nd declension

n.     temple

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verbum -i

2nd declension

n.    word

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verbum -i

2nd declension

n.    word

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debitum -i

2nd declension

n.    debt, sin

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bonus -a -um

1st/2nd declension adjective

adj.    good

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malus -a -um

1st/2nd declension adjective

adj.    bad

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magnus -a -um

1st/2nd declension adjective

adj.    great, large

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parvus -a -um

adj.    small

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aeternum -a -um

adj.    eternal

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altus -a -um

adj.    high, deep

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sanctus -a -um

adj.    sacred, holy

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multus -a -um

adj.    much, many

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latus -a -um

adj.    much, many

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unus -a -um

adj.    one

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duo

adj.    two

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tres

adj.   three

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quattuor

adj.    four

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quinque

adj.    five

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sex

adj.    six

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septem

adj.    seven

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octo

adj.    eight

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novem

adj.    nine

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decem

adj.    ten

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primus -a -um

adj.    first

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secondus -a -us

adj.    second

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tertius -a -um

adj.    third

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quartus -a -um

adj.    fourth

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quintus -a -um

adj.    fifth

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sextus -a -um

adj.    sixth

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septimus -a -um

adj.    seventh

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octavum -a -um

adj.    eighth

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nonus -a -um

adj.    ninth

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decimus -a -um

adj.    tenth

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pater patris

m.   father

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frater fratris

m.   brother

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mater matris

f.   mother

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soror sororis

f.   sister

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rex regis

m.   king

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dux ducis

m.   leader

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miles militis

m.   soldier

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lex legis

f.    law

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vox vocis

f.    voice

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pax pacis

f.   peace

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lux lucis

f.   light

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crux crucis

f.   cross

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panis panis

m.   bread

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canis canis

m./f.   dog

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pes pedis

m.    foot

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sol solis

m.   sun

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mos moris

m.    custom

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nomen nominis

n.   name

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flumen fluminis

n.   river

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lumen luminis

n.   lamp

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caput capitis

n.   head

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cor cordis

n.   heart

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adventus -us

m.    arrival

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domus -us

f.    house, home

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exercitus -us

m.    army

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fructus -us

m.    fruit

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manus -us

f.    hand

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metus -us

m.    fear

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portus -us

m.    harbor

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lacus -us

m.    lake

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senatus -us

m.    senate

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spiritus -us

m.    spirit

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res rei

f.    thing, matter, affair, business

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dies diei

m.    day

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facies faciei

f.    face

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fides fidei

f.    faith, trust

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spes spei

f.    hope

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debeo -ere

v.    to owe, ought

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doceo -ere-ui doctus

v.   to teach

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gaudeo -ere  --  --  

v.    to rejoice

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habeo -ere

v.    to have

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moneo -ere

v.    to warn

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moveo -ere movi motus

v.    to move

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taceo -ere

v.    to be silent

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teneo -ere -ui tentus

v.    to hold

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sedeo -ere -ui sessus

v.     to sit

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video -ere vidi visus

v.    to see

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jubeo -ere- jussi jussus

v.    to order

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caveo -ere cavi cautus

v.    to beware of, guard against

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prohibeo -ere

v.    to prevent

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appareo -ere

v.    to appear

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valeo -ere -ui --

v.     to be strong, be well

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respondeo -ere respondi responsus

v.    to respond

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maneo -ere mansi mansus

v.    to remain

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ardeo -ere arsi arsus

v.    to burn, be on fire

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terreo -ere

v.    to frighten

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timeo -ere -ui --

v.     to fear, be afraid of