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abdo abdere abdidi abditum

- hide

2

acer acris acre

- keen, sharp

3

acies -iei

f. - battle-line

4

addo addere addidi additum

- add

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adorior -oriri -ortus sum

- attack

6

advenio -venire -veni -ventum

- arrive

7

adventus -us

m. - arrival

8

aegre

- scarcely, with difficulty

9

aegre fero (ferre tuli latum)

- resent, take badly

10

aequor -oris

n. - sea, level space

11

aequus -a -um

- level, even, equal, fair

12

aer aeris

m. - air

13

aestimo (1)

- value, reckon

14

aggredior -gredi -gressus sum

- approach, attack, undertake

15

agnosco -noscere -novi -notum

- recognise

16

albus -a -um

- white

17

ambulo (1)

- walk

18

amicitia -ae

f. - friendship

19

amitto -mittere -misi -missum

- lose

20

anima -ae

f. - breath, life, soul

21

aperio aperire aperui apertum

- open

22

appropinquo (1)

(+ dat.) - approach

23

aptus -a -um

- suitable, fitting, suited

24

arcesso -cessere -cessivi -cessitum

- send for, summon

25

arx arcis

f. - citadel, fortress

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ascendo -cendere -cendi -censum

- climb

27

asper -era -erum

- rough

28

audacia -ae

f. - boldness, daring, recklessness

29

audax (gen. audacis) -

bold, daring, reckless

30

audeo audere ausus sum

- dare

31

augeo augere auxi auctum

- increase (trans.)

32

bibo bibere bibi

drink

33

brevis -is -e

- short

34

caedo caedere cecidi caesum

- cut, beat, kill

35

caelum -i

n. - sky, heaven

36

candidus -a -um

- white, bright

37

carus -a -um

- dear

38

caveo cavere cavi cautum

- beware (of)

39

cavus -a -um

- hollow

40

cedo cedere cessi cessum

- yield, depart

41

celer celeris celere

- swift

42

celeriter

- quickly

43

celo (1)

- hide

44

centurio -onis

m. - centurion

45

cerno cernere crevi cretum

see, perceive

46

certus -a -um

- sure, certain, fixed

47

circa (adv. and prep. + acc.)

- around, about (of place, time, number)

48

circiter (adv. and prep. + acc.)

- about (of time and number)

49

circum (adv. and prep. + acc.)

- round, about (of place)

50

clades -is

f. - defeat, disaster

51

claudo claudere clausi clausum

- shut

52

coepi (perf.)

I began

53

cognosco -noscere -novi -nitum

- find out, learn, (in perf.) know

54

cogo cogere coegi coactum

collect, compel, force

55

collis -is

m. - hill

56

collum -i

n. - neck

57

colo colere colui cultum

- cultivate, tend, worship

58

color -oris

m. - colour

59

complures -es -a

- several, quite a few

60

conficio -ficere -feci -fectum

- construct, carry through, complete

61

contemno -temnere -tempsi -temptum

- despise

62

contra (+ acc.)

- against

63

copia -ae

f. - supply, plenty, abundance

64

cotidie

- daily, every day

65

cras

- tomorrow

66

creo (1)

- make, create

67

crimen -inis

n. - charge, crime

68

cupido -inis

f. - desire

69

cura -ae

f. - care, anxiety, concern

70

curo (1)

- care for, attend to, see to it that

71

decerno -cernere -crevi -cretum

- decide, decree

72

declaro (1)

- declare, state

73

dedo dedere dedidi deditum

- surrender, give up (trans.)

74

deinde

- then, next

75

deleo delere delevi deletum

- destroy

76

denique

- finally, last, in short

77

descendo -scendere -scendi -scensum -

go down

78

dimidium -i

n. - half

79

dimidius -a -um

half

80

dissimilis -is -e

(+ gen. or dat.) - unlike

81

divido -videre -visi -visum

- divide

82

doleo dolere dolui

- feel pain, grief

83

dolor -oris

m. - pain, grief

84

dubium -i

n. - doubt

85

dubius -a -um

- doubtful

86

durus -a -um

- hard

87

egredior -gredi -gressus sum

- go out, disembark, leave

88

egregius -a -um

- outstanding, uncommon

89

emo emere emi emptum

- buy

90

equester -tris -tre

- of cavalry, of equestrian rank

91

equitatus -us

m. - cavalry

92

erro (1)

- wander, go wrong, make a mistake

93

erumpo -rumpere -rupi -ruptum

- break out, make a sally

94

exemplum -i

n. - example

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exerceo -cere -cui -citum

- train, practise

96

exiguus -a -um

- small, meagre

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exilium -i

n. - exile, banishment

98

expugno (1)

- take by storm

99

exspecto (1)

- wait, await, expect

100

facies -iei

f. - face, appearance

101

fallax (gen. fallacis)

- deceitful, treacherous

102

fallo fallere fefelli falsum

- deceive, cheat, go unnoticed

103

falsus -a -um

- false

104

fateor fateri fassus sum

- admit, confess

105

fatigo (1)

- tire out

106

fere

- almost, about

107

ferox (gen. ferocis)

- fierce, bold

108

ferus -a -um

- wild, savage, cruel

109

festino (1)

hurry

110

fides -ei

f. - trust, confidence, faith, loyalty

111

firmo (1)

- strengthen

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firmus -a -um

strong, firm

113

flecto flectere flexi flexum

- bend, curve (trans.)

114

fluctus -us

m. - wave

115

fluo fluere fluxi fluxum

- flow

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fluvius -i

m. - river

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fons fontis

m. - spring, fountain, source

118

forma -ae

f. - shape, beauty

119

frango frangere fregi fractum

- break

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fraus fraudis

f. - deceit, trickery

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frigidus -a -um

- cold

122

fruges -um

f.pl. - fruit, crops, produce

123

frumentum -i

n. - corn

124

frustra -

in vain

125

fundo fundere fudi fusum

- pour, scatter, rout

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gaudium -i

n. - joy

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gravis -is -e

heavy, serious

128

heri

- yesterday

129

hodie

- today

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honestus -a -um

- honourable, noble

131

honos honoris

m. - honour, respect, high office

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humilis -is -e

- low, humble, base

133

humus -i

f. - ground

134

ignarus -a -um

- ignorant

135

ignoro (1)

- not to know

136

ignobilis -is -e

- undistinguished, low-born

137

ignotus -a -um

unknown

138

ignavus -a -um

- cowardly, lazy

139

illustris -is -e -

famous, distinguished

140

impedimenta -orum

n.pl. - baggage

141

impedimentum -i

n. - obstacle, hindrance

142

impedio (4)

- hinder

143

incendium -i

n. - fire

144

incendo -cendere -cendi -censum

- burn, set fire to

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incertus -a -um

- uncertain, unsteady

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incipio -cipere -cepi -ceptum

- begin

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incolumis -is -e

safe, unharmed

148

ingenium -i

n. - character, mind, intellect, talent, genius

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iniquus -a -um

- uneven, unequal, adverse, unjust

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initium -i

n. - beginning

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integer -gra -grum

untouched, intact, entire, fresh, pure

152

inter

(+acc.) - among, between

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inutilis -is -e

- useless

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invitus -a -um

- unwilling

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iungo iungere iunxi iunctum

- join, unite, yoke

156

iuro (1)

- swear

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iuvo iuvare iuvi iutum

- help, delight

158

lacrimae -arum

f.pl. - tears

159

lacrimo (1)

cry

160

laedo laedere, laesi, laesum

hurt

161

lapis -idis

m. - stone

162

lassus -a -um

- tired

163

lateo latere latui

- lie hidden or unseen, lurk, skulk

164

lentus -a -um

- slow, pliant

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levis -is -e

light, easy

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libertas -atis

f. - freedom

167

licet licere licuit (or licitum est)

(+ dat.) - it is allowed

168

littera -ae

f. - letter (of the alphabet)

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litterae -arum

f.pl. - letter (epistle)

170

litus -oris

n. - shore, coast

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loco (1)

- place

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lumen luminis

n. - light

173

malo malle malui

- prefer

174

mane

- (early) in the morning

175

memini (perf.)

(+ gen.) - remember

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memoria -ae

f. - memory

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mensis -is

m. - month

178

mereo (2), mereor (2)

- earn, deserve

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meridies -iei

m. - mid-day, south

180

minae -arum

f.pl. - threats

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minor (1)

(+ dat.) - threaten

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miror (1)

- admire, be amazed at

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moenia -ium

n.pl. - town walls, fortifications

184

mollis -is -e

- soft

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monstro (1)

- show

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mortalis -is -e

- mortal, human

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mos moris

m. - custom, tradition, (in plur.) behaviour, character

188

munio (4)

- fortify

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munitio -onis

f. - fortification

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natio -onis

f. - nation, tribe

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natura -ae

f. - nature

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navalis -is -e

- naval

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niger -gra -grum

- black

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nimis

- too much

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nimium

- too much

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nimius -a -um

- excessive

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noceo (2)

(+ dat.) - hurt, harm

198

nosco noscere novi notum

- get to know, learn

199

novi (perf.)

- know

200

notus -a -um

- well-known, notorious

201

nudo (1)

- strip, uncover, expose

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nudus -a -um

- naked, unarmed

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numero (1)

- count, reckon

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obliviscor -isci oblitus sum

(+ gen.) - forget

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obsideo -sidere -sedi -sessum

- besiege

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obtineo -tinere -tinui -tentum

- keep hold of, maintain, preserve,
acquire

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occido -cidere -cidi -cisum

- kill

208

olim

- once, formerly

209

omnino

- altogether, completely

210

opera -ae

f. - labour, care, trouble

211

oppidani -orum

m.pl. - townspeople, citizens

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opto (1)

choose, wish, desire

213

orbis -is

m. - circle, anything circular, world

214

oriens -entis

m. - East

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orior oriri ortus sum

- rise, spring from

216

orator -oris

m. - speaker

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oratio -onis

f. - speech

218

os ossis

n. - bone

219

ostento (1)

show

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panis -is

m. - bread

221

par (gen. paris)

- equal, like

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parco parcere peperci parsum

(+ dat.) - spare

223

pareo (2)

(+ dat.) - obey

224

pariter

- equally, similarly

225

paulo, paulum (adv.)

- a little

226

peditatus -us

m. - infantry

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pendeo pendere pependi

- hang (intrans.)

228

periculosus -a -um

- dangerous

229

permitto -mittere -misi -missum

- allow, entrust

230

pietas -atis

f. - sense of duty (towards God, man, or country#0

231

piscis -is

m. - fish

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pius -a -um

dutiful, devout, loyal

233

polliceor (2)

- promise

234

posco poscere poposci

demand

235

possideo -sidere -sedi -sessum

- possess

236

praeterea

- besides

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preces -um

f.pl. - prayers, entreaties

238

precor (1)

- pray, beg

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premo premere pressi pressum

- press, weigh down, urge, pursue

240

pretium -i

n. - price

241

pro

(+ abl.) - on behalf of, for

242

prohibeo (2)

- prevent

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propior (gen. -oris)

- nearer

244

proximus -a -um

- nearest, next

245

provincia -ae

f. - province

246

prudens (gen. -entis)

- sensible, cautious, knowledgeable

247

quamquam

- although

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quia

- because

249

quisque quaeque quodque

- each

250

quisquis quicquid

- whoever, whatever

251

ramus -i

m. - branch

252

rapidus -a -um

- quick, swift

253

recens (gen. -entis)

- fresh, recent

254

recipio -cipere -cepi -ceptum

regain, recover, suffer, take on oneself

255

se recipere

- retreat

256

reditus -us

m. - return

257

rectus -a -um

- straight, right

258

religio -onis

f. - religion

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ruina -ae

f. - fall, ruin, destruction

260

ruo ruere rui

fall down, rush

261

sacer -cra -crum

- sacred

262

sacerdos -otis c.

- priest, priestess

263

sagittarius -i

m. - archer

264

salto (1)

- dance

265

salus -utis

f. - safety, salvation, greeting

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salve, salvete

- greetings!

267

salvus -a -um

- safe, unharmed

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sano (1)

- cure, heal

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sanus -a -um

- healthy, sane

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scientia -ae

f. - knowledge

271

seco secare secui sectum

cut

272

secundus -a -um

- second, favourable

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sedes sedis

f. - seat, abode, place where anything stays put

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senior -ius

- older

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sententia -ae

f. - opinion

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sero serere sevi satum

- sow

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severus -a -um

- harsh, strict

278

siccus -a -um

- dry

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simulo (1)

- pretend

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sinister -tra -trum

- left, on the left

281

sinistra -ae

f. - the left side, the left

282

sive, seu

- or if

283

solvo solvere solvi solutum

release, free, pay, fulfil, set sail

284

somnium -i

n. - dream

285

sonitus -us

m. - sound, noise

286

spectaculum -i

n. - sight, spectacle

287

specto (1)

- look at

288

sperno spernere sprevi spretum

- despise, reject

289

sumo sumere sumpsi sumptum

- take, take up, undertake

290

super

(adv. and prep. + acc.) - above, over, upon

291

superbia -ae

f. - pride

292

superbus -a -um

- proud

293

suscipio -cipere -cepi -ceptum

- undertake

294

sustineo -tinere -tinui -tentum

- support, withstand

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tacitus -a -um

- silent, quiet

296

tamquam

- as if, just as, like

297

tego tegere texi tectum

- cover

298

tempto (1)

- try`

299

tener -era -erum

- soft, delicate, tender, young

300

tergum -i

tergum -i n. - back, rear

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terror -oris

m. - fear

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timor -oris

m. - fear

303

tollo tollere sustuli sublatum

- raise, take away, remove

304

triumphus -i

m. - triumph

305

turba -ae

f. - crowd, mob

306

turbo (1)

- confuse, disturb, throw into disorder

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turpis -is -e

- disgraceful, ugly

308

turris -is

f. - tower

309

ubique

- everywhere

310

umbra -ae

f. - shade, shadow, ghost

311

unda -ae

f. - wave, water

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uterque -traque -trumque

- both, each of two

313

utor uti usus sum

(+ abl.) - use

314

vado vadere

go

315

valeo (2)

- be strong, be healthy, have power or effect

316

varius -a -um

- different, various, diverse

317

velut

like, just as

318

veritas -atis

f. - truth

319

vesper -eris

m. (acc. vesperum) - evening

320

vesperi

in the evening

321

vestis -is

f. - clothes

322

vetus (gen. veteris)

- old

323

vicinus -a -um

- nearby, neighbouring

324

vigilia -ae

f. - guard, watch

325

vigilo (1)

- guard, watch

326

virgo virginis

f. - girl

327

vis, vim, --, --, Vi

f. (pl. vires -ium) strength, force, violence

328

volvo volvere volvi volutum

- roll (trans.), ponder

329

vultus -us

m. - face, expression