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Gallia

Galliae, f., Gaul [ancient France] (1)

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memoria

memoriae, f., memory (1)

3

est

is (1)

4

insula

insulae, f., island; apartment building (1)

5

lingua

linguae, f., tongue, language (1)

6

fortuna

fortunae, f., fortune, luck (1)

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Italia

Italiae, f., Italy (1)

8

littera

litterae, f., letter [a, b, c, etc.]; (pl.) a letter (1)

9

femina

feminae, f., woman, wife (1)

10

poeta

poetae, m., poet (1)

11

vita

vitae, f., life (1)

12

silva

silvae, f., forest, woods (1)

13

agricola

agricolae, m., farmer (1)

14

sunt

are (1)

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natura

naturae, f., nature (1)

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provincia

provinciae, f., province (1)

17

puella

puellae, f., girl (1)

18

aqua

aquae, f., water (1)

19

voco

vocare, vocavi, vocatus, call (2)

20

amicitia

amicitiae, f., friendship (2)

21

non

not (2)

22

amo

amare, amavi, amatus, love, like (2)

23

paro

parare, paravi, paratus, get, get ready, prepare (2)

24

patria

patriae, f., fatherland, (native) country (2)

25

ad

(+acc) to, toward, near, at, for (2)

26

navigo

navigare, navigavi, navigatus, sail (2)

27

pugno

pugnare, pugnavi, pugnatus, fight (2)

28

specto

spectare, spectavi, spectatus, look at, watch (2)

29

do

dare, dedi, datus, give, grant; surrender (2)

30

porto

portare, portavi, portatus, carry, bring, bear (2)

31

laudo

laudare, laudavi, laudatus, praise (2)

32

cum

(+abl) with (2)

33

et

and (2)

34

sed

but (2)

35

occupo

occupare, occupavi, occupatus, seize, capture (2)

36

tuba

tubae, f., trumpet (3)

37

villa

villae, f., farmhouse, country house, villa (3)

38

terra

terrae, f., earth, land (3)

39

-que

and (3)

40

via

viae, f., road, way, street (3)

41

Roma

Romae, f., Rome (3)

42

quid

what? (3)

43

-ne

(introduces a yes/no question) (3)

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Germania

Germaniae, f., Germany (3)

45

porta

portae, f., gate, entrance; door (3)

46

Europa

Europae, f., Europe (3)

47

sum

esse, fui, futurus, be (3)

48

nauta

nautae, m., sailor (3)

49

ubi

where, when (3)

50

Hispania

Hispaniae, f., Spain (3)

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puer

pueri, m., boy (4)

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gladius

gladii, m., sword (4)

53

amicus

amici, m., friend (4)

54

filia

filiae, f., daughter (4)

55

annus

anni, m., year (4)

56

deus

dei, m., god (4)

57

ludus

ludi, m., school, game, play (4)

58

dea

deae, f., goddess (4)

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vir

viri, m., man, husband (4)

60

nuntius

nuntii, m., messenger; message, news, report (4)

61

legatus

legati, m., envoy, ambassador; lieutenant (4)

62

servus

servi, m., slave, servant (4)

63

campus

campi, m., plain, level field (4)

64

ager

agri, m., field (4)

65

filius

filii, m., son (4)

66

equus

equi, m., horse (4)

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verbum

verbi, n., word (5)

68

bellum

belli, n., war (5)

69

de

(+abl) from, down from; concerning, about (5)

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a, ab

(+abl) from, away from; by (5)

71

oppidum

oppidi, n., town (5)

72

caelum

caeli, n., sky, heavens (5)

73

periculum

periculi, n., danger, peril, trial, risk (5)

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sub

(+abl) under (5)

75

donum

doni, n., gift (5)

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regnum

regni, n., kingdom, throne; (royal) power, dominion (5)

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e, ex

(+abl) from, out of, out from (5)

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in

(+acc) into, onto (5)

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frumentum

frumenti, n., grain (5)

80

sub

(+acc) up to (5)

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in

(+abl) in, on (5)

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parvus

parva, parvum, small (6)

83

sine

(+abl) without (6)

84

longus

longa, longum, long (6)

85

malus

mala, malum, bad; (noun) trouble, evil (6)

86

latus

lata, latum, wide, broad (6)

87

tuus

tua, tuum, your, yours [of one person] (6)

88

bonus

bona, bonum, good (6)

89

magnus

magna, magnum, great, large, big (6)

90

multus

multa, multum, much; many (6)

91

meus

mea, meum, my, mine (6)

92

ferus

fera, ferum, wild, fierce, savage (6)

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altus

alta, altum, high, tall; deep (6)

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narro

narrare, narravi, narratus, tell, relate (7)

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exspecto

exspectare, exspectavi, exspectatus, look out for, await, wait for (7)

96

volo

volare, volavi, volatus, fly (7)

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nuntio

nuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatus, announce, report (7)

98

habito

habitare, habitavi, habitatus, live, dwell (7)

99

laboro

laborare, laboravi, laboratus, work, suffer (7)

100

supero

superare, superavi, superatus, conquer, defeat; surpass, overcome, overpower (7)

101

convoco

convocare, convocavi, convocatus, call together, summon, assemble (7)

102

appello

appellare, appellavi, appellatus, call, name, address (7)

103

vulnero

vulnerare, vulneravi, vulneratus, wound, injure, harm (7)

104

sacer

sacra, sacrum, sacred (8)

105

vester

vestra, vestrum, your, yours [of more than one person] (8)

106

trans

(+acc) across, over (8)

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contra

(+acc) against (8)

108

post

(+acc) after, behind (8)

109

per

(+acc) through, along (8)

110

inter

(+acc) between, among (8)

111

noster

nostra, nostrum, our (8)

112

miser

misera, miserum, sad, poor, wretched, unhappy (8)

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propter

(+acc) because of, on account of (8)

114

ante

(+acc) before, in front of (8)

115

pulcher

pulchra, pulchrum, beautiful, handsome (8)

116

ob

(+acc) because of, on account of (8)

117

liber

libera, liberum, free (8)

118

interim

meanwhile (9)

119

bene

well, successfully (9)

120

semper

always (9)

121

iam

now, already, soon (9)

122

diu

for a long time (9)

123

tum

then (9)

124

cras

tomorrow (9)

125

saepe

often (9)

126

hodie

today (9)

127

heri

yesterday (9)

128

nunc

now (9)

129

postea

afterwards (9)

130

cur

why (9)

131

Asia

Asiae, f., Asia, Asia Minor [ancient Turkey] (10)

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sto

stare, steti, status, stand; remain (10)

133

Africa

Africae, f., Africa (10)

134

num

(introduces a yes/no question; expect "no") (10)

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ambulo

ambulare, ambulavi, ambulatus, walk (10)

136

libero

liberare, liberavi, liberatus, free (10)

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tempto

temptare, temptavi, temptatus, try, attempt; tempt (10)

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oppugno

oppugnare, oppugnavi, oppugnatus, attack, storm (10)

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clamo

clamare, clamavi, clamatus, shout, cry out (10)

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servo

servare, servavi, servatus, save, guard, keep (10)

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confirmo

confirmare, confirmavi, confirmatus, confirm, declare, encourage, strengthen, establish (10)

142

demonstro

demonstrare, demonstravi, demonstratus, point out, show, explain (10)

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impedimentum

impedimenti, n., hindrance; (pl.) baggage (11)

144

proelium

proelii, n., battle (11)

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telum

teli, n., weapon, dart, missile; spear, javelin (11)

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castra

castrorum, n.pl., camp (11)

147

arma

armorum, n.pl., arms, weapons (11)

148

fama

famae, f., report, fame, rumor, reputation, renown (11)

149

auxilium

auxilii, n., aid, help (11)

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captivus

captivi, m., prisoner (11)

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consilium

consilii, n., plan, advice (11)

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signum

signi, n., sign, signal (11)

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copia

copiae, f., abundance, supply; (pl.) troops (11)

154

numerus

numeri, m., number (11)

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animus

animi, m., courage, mind, soul (11)

156

fuga

fugae, f., flight; escape (11)

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audacia

audaciae, f., daring, boldness; rashness (12)

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socius

socii, m., ally, comrade (12)

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liber

libri, m., book (12)

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carrus

carri, m., wagon, cart (12)

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ira

irae, f., anger, wrath (12)

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locus

loci, m. (pl. - loca, locorum, n.), place; (n.pl.) region (12)

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cura

curae, f., care, concern; (pl.) anxiety (12)

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magister

magistri, m., teacher, master, captain (12)

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inopia

inopiae, f., lack, need, scarcity (12)

166

poena

poenae, f., punishment, penalty (12)

167

populus

populi, m., people, nation (12)

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dominus

domini, m., master, lord, owner (12)

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causa

causae, f., cause, reason; case (13)

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amicus

amica, amicum, friendly (13)

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verus

vera, verum, true (13)

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paratus

parata, paratum, prepared, ready (13)

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novus

nova, novum, new, strange (13)

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pecunia

pecuniae, f., money (13)

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inimicus

inimica, inimicum, hostile, unfriendly; (noun) enemy (13)

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albus

alba, album, white (13)

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regina

reginae, f., queen (13)

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niger

nigra, nigrum, black (13)

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hora

horae, f., hour (13)

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fabula

fabulae, f., story (13)

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gratus

grata, gratum, pleasing, wecome; grateful (13)

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epistula

epistulae, f., letter (13)

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mox

soon (14)

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mater

matris, f., mother (14)

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celeritas

celeritatis, f., speed, swiftness (14)

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dux

ducis, m., leader; commander, general (14)

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pater

patris, m., father (14)

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delecto

delectare, delectavi, delectatus, delight, please, amuse (14)

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frater

fratris, m., brother (14)

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soror

sororis, f., sister (14)

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rex

regis, m., king (14)

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imperator

imperatoris, m., commander, general; emperor (14)

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consul

consulis, m., consul (14)

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imperium

imperii, n., command, control; empire (14)

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miles

militis, m., soldier (14)

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tempus

temporis, n., time (15)

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corpus

corporis, n., body (15)

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carmen

carminis, n., song (15)

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flumen

fluminis, n., river, stream (15)

200

diligentia

diligentiae, f., diligence (15)

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iter

itineris, n., journey, march; road, route (15)

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Romanus

Romana, Romanum, Roman; (noun) a Roman (15)

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nomen

nominis, n., name (15)

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Hispanus

Hispana, Hispanum, Spanish; (noun) a Spainard (15)

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Germanus

Germana, Germanum, German; (noun) a German (15)

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vulnus

vulneris, n., wound (15)

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Graecus

Graeca, Graecum, Greek; (noun) a Greek (15)

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caput

capitis, n., head (15)

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animal

animalis, n., animal (16)

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ignis

ignis, m., fire (16)

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hostis

hostis, m., enemy; (pl.) the enemy (16)

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urbs

urbis, f., city (16)

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panis

panis, m., bread (16)

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mare

maris, n., sea (16)

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navis

navis, f., ship (16)

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finis

finis, m., limit, end, boundary; (pl.) territory (16)

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mons

montis, m., mountain (16)

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pons

pontis, m., bridge (16)

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civis

civis, m./f., citizen (16)

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gens

gentis, f., clan, tribe, people, nation, family, class (16)

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mors

mortis, f., death (16)

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timeo

timere, timui, -----, fear, be afraid (17)

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moneo

monere, monui, monitus, warn, advise, remind (17)

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Helvetius

Helvetia, Helvetium, Helvetian, of the Helvetians (17)

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habeo

habere, habui, habitus, have, hold; consider (17)

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sedeo

sedere, sedi, sessus, sit (17)

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teneo

tenere, tenui, tentus, hold, keep (17)

228

maneo

manere, mansi, mansus, remain, stay; wait, wait for (17)

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moveo

movere, movi, motus, move (17)

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video

videre, vidi, visus, see; understand; (pass.) seem (best) (17)

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celer

celeris, celere, quick, swift, fast (18)

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Gallus

Galla, Gallum, Gallic, from Gaul; (noun) a Gaul (18)

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facilis

facile, easy (18)

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fortis

forte, strong; brave (18)

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acer

acris, acre, sharp, bitter, keen, fierce (18)

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audax

audacis, [gen.], daring, bold (18)

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similis

simile, like, similar (18)

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potens

potentis, [gen.], powerful (18)

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Britannus

Britanna, Britannum, British; (noun) a Briton (18)

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brevis

breve, short, brief (18)

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omnis

omne, every, all (18)

242

Troianus

Troiana, Troianum, Trojan (18)

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gravis

grave, heavy; severe, serious (18)

244

lux

lucis, f., light, daylight (20)

245

doceo

docere, docui, doctus, teach, show, point out (20)

246

prohibeo

prohibere, prohibui, prohibitus, prevent, prohibit, stop, keep?from? (20)

247

retineo

retinere, retinui, retentus, hold back, restrain, detain; maintain (20)

248

terreo

terrere, terrui, territus, scare, frighten (20)

249

vox

vocis, f., voice (20)

250

pax

pacis, f., peace (20)

251

debeo

debere, debui, debitus, ought; owe (20)

252

hiems

hiemis, f., winter (20)

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respondeo

respondere, respondi, responsus, answer, reply, respond (20)

254

aestas

aestatis, f., summer (20)

255

Helvetia

Helvetiae, f., Helvetia [ancient Switzerland] (21)

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decem

ten (21)

257

Graecia

Graeciae, f., Greece (21)

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mille

a thousand (21)

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nonus

nona, nonum, ninth (21)

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mensa

mensae, f., table (21)

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fenestra

fenestrae, f., window (21)

262

novem

nine (21)

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viginti

twenty (21)

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quinque

five (21)

265

Troia

Troiae, f., Troy (21)

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quintus

quinta, quintum, fifth (21)

267

quod

because (21)

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duo

duae, duo, two (21)

269

Sicilia

Siciliae, f., Sicily (21)

270

cena

cenae, f., dinner (21)

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sextus

sexta, sextum, sixth (21)

272

tertius

tertia, tertium, third (21)

273

secundus

secunda, secundum, second (21)

274

iniuria

iniuriae, f., injustice, wrong, injury (21)

275

si

if, whether [si vis - if you wish, please] (21)

276

sex

six (21)

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quartus

quarta, quartum, fourth (21)

278

decimus

decima, decimum, tenth (21)

279

victoria

victoriae, f., victory (21)

280

octavus

octava, octavum, eighth (21)

281

octo

eight (21)

282

sella

sellae, f., seat, chair (21)

283

septem

seven (21)

284

atque

(sometimes spelled ac) and, and also, and even (21)

285

primus

prima, primum, first; earliest; foremost [prima luce - at dawn] (21)

286

septimus

septima, septimum, seventh (21)

287

aut

or; (aut?aut) either?or (21)

288

Britannia

Britanniae, f., Britain, England (21)

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unus

una, unum, one, sole, single, only (21)

290

centum

a hundred (21)

291

tres

tria, three (21)

292

pugna

pugnae, f., fight, battle (21)

293

quattuor

four (21)

294

duco

ducere, duxi, ductus, lead, guide, take, bring; think, consider (22)

295

trado

tradere, tradidi, traditus, hand over; hand down; relate; surrender (22)

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cogo

cogere, coegi, coactus, collect, drive together; compel, force (22)

297

rego

regere, rexi, rectus, rule, reign, guide, direct (22)

298

vinco

vincere, vici, victus, conquer, win; defeat, surpass (22)

299

defendo

defendere, defendi, defensus, defend (22)

300

pono

ponere, posui, positus, put, place (22)

301

relinquo

relinquere, reliqui, relictus, leave, abandon (22)

302

mitto

mittere, misi, missus, let go, send (22)

303

gero

gerere, gessi, gestus, wear, bear, carry (on); wage (22)

304

surgo

surgere, surrexi, surrectus, rise, get up, stand up; lift; grow (22)

305

ago

agere, egi, actus, do, drive, discuss, live, spend (time) (22)

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deligo

deligere, delegi, delectus, select, pick out, choose (23)

307

antiquus

antiqua, antiquum, old, ancient (23)

308

discedo

discedere, discessi, discessus, go away, depart, leave, withdraw (23)

309

finitimus

finitima, finitimum, neighboring; (noun) neighbor (23)

310

excedo

excedere, excessi, excessus, depart, leave, go out (23)

311

reduco

reducere, reduxi, reductus, lead back, reduce (23)

312

cedo

cedere, cessi, cessus, move; yield, give way (23)

313

clarus

clara, clarum, clear; famous; bright (23)

314

constituo

constituere, constitui, constitutus, decide; establish, set up, determine (23)

315

pauci

paucae, pauca, few, a few (23)

316

contendo

contendere, contendi, contentus, struggle, fight, strive; hasten, hurry (23)

317

reliquus

reliqua, reliquum, rest (of), remaining (23)

318

fugio

fugere, fugi, fugitus, flee (from), run away; escape (24)

319

facio

facere, feci, factus, do, make (24)

320

iacio

iacere, ieci, iactus, throw, hurl (24)

321

cupio

cupere, cupivi, cupitus, want, wish, desire (24)

322

accipio

accipere, accepi, acceptus, receive, accept, welcome (24)

323

conicio

conicere, conieci, coniectus, throw (together), hurl; drive (24)

324

capio

capere, cepi, captus, take, seize, capture (24)

325

conficio

conficere, confeci, confectus, do thoroughly, finish, complete, accomplish; exhaust (24)

326

incipio

incipere, incepi, inceptus, begin, take to (24)

327

interficio

interficere, interfeci, interfectus, kill; destroy (24)

328

olim

once, formerly, sometime (25)

329

edo

edere (esse), edi, esus, eat (25)

330

curro

currere, cucurri, cursus, run (25)

331

bibo

bibere, bibi, -----, drink (25)

332

hic

haec, hoc, this, these; (pn.) he, she, it, they; the latter (25)

333

scribo

scribere, scripsi, scriptus, write (25)

334

is

ea, id, this, that, these, those, the; (pn.) he, she, it, they (25)

335

peto

petere, petivi, petitus, seek, look for; ask (for), beg; attack; aim at (25)

336

pedes

peditis, m., foot soldier; (pl.) infantry (25)

337

eques

equitis, m., horseman, knight; (pl.) cavalry (25)

338

dico

dicere, dixi, dictus, say, tell; set, appoint (25)

339

ille

illa, illud, that, those; (pn.) he, she, it, they; the former (25)

340

nos

{nostrum, nobis, nos, nobis} we (26)

341

libertas

libertatis, f., freedom, liberty (26)

342

vos

{vestrum, vobis, vos, vobis} you (pl.) (26)

343

lapis

lapidis, m., stone (26)

344

avis

avis, f., bird; sign, omen (26)

345

nox

noctis, f., night (26)

346

princeps

principis, m., leading man, chief, prince, emperor (26)

347

auctoritas

auctoritatis, f., authority, power, influence, prestige (26)

348

ego

{mei, mihi, me, me} I (26)

349

canis

canis, m./f., dog (26)

350

clamor

clamoris, m., shout, din, clamor, noise (26)

351

tu

{tui, tibi, te, te} you (s.) (26)

352

timor

timoris, m., fear, dread (26)

353

legio

legionis, f., legion (26)

354

iudex

iudicis, m., juror, judge (26)

355

hortus

horti, m., garden (27)

356

labor

laboris, m., labor, work; suffering (27)

357

virtus

virtutis, f., manliness, courage, bravery, virtue (27)

358

civitas

civitatis, f., state, citizenry; citizenship (27)

359

lex

legis, f., law, rule (27)

360

multitudo

multitudinis, f., crowd, multitude, great number (27)

361

pes

pedis, m., foot, paw (27)

362

pars

partis, f., part (27)

363

homo

hominis, m., man, human, human being (27)

364

qui

quae, quod, who, whose, whom, which, that (28)

365

committo

committere, commisi, commissus, commit, entrust, join together; [proelium/pugnam committo] begin battle/a fight (28)

366

vinum

vini, n., wine (28)

367

amitto

amittere, amisi, amissus, lose, let go, send away (28)

368

cibus

cibi, m., food (28)

369

nihil

(sometimes spelled nil) nothing (28)

370

expello

expellere, expuli, expulsus, drive out, drive away, expel (28)

371

murus

muri, m., wall (28)

372

modus

modi, m., method, manner, way; measure, degree (28)

373

quis

who? (28)

374

reddo

reddere, reddidi, reditus, give back, return, restore, repay, render (28)

375

occasus

occasus, m., setting, downfall (29)

376

impetus

impetus, m., attack, charge (29)

377

usus

usus, m., use, skill, advantage; experience, practice (29)

378

adventus

adventus, m., coming, arrival, approach (29)

379

portus

portus, m., harbor, port (29)

380

manus

manus, f., hand; band of men (29)

381

exitus

exitus, m., end; departure; way out; outcome (29)

382

cornu

cornus, n., horn; wing (of an army) (29)

383

passus

passus, m., pace, step (29)

384

domus

domus, f., house, home (29)

385

cursus

cursus, m., course (29)

386

exercitus

exercitus, m., army (29)

387

senatus

senatus, m., senate (29)

388

fluctus

fluctus, m., wave, flood (29)

389

convenio

convenire, conveni, conventus, come together, assemble (30)

390

impedio

impedire, impedivi, impeditus, hinder, impede, obstruct, prevent (30)

391

munio

munire, munivi, munitus, fortify; build (30)

392

dormio

dormire, dormivi, dormitus, sleep (30)

393

venio

venire, veni, ventus, come (30)

394

tamen

nevertheless, however, but, still, yet (30)

395

audio

audire, audivi, auditus, hear, listen to (30)

396

etiam

even, also (30)

397

pervenio

pervenire, perveni, perventus, arrive, reach (30)

398

milia

milium, n.pl., thousands (30)

399

nam

for, indeed (30)

400

invenio

invenire, inveni, inventus, find, come upon (30)

401

spes

spei, f., hope, expectation (31)

402

publicus

publica, publicum, public (31)

403

itaque

and so, therefore (31)

404

lectus

lecti, m., couch, bed (31)

405

acies

aciei, f., battle line, edge, straight line (31)

406

dies

diei, m./f., day (31)

407

neque

(sometimes spelled nec) and not; (neque?neque) neither?nor (31)

408

ianua

ianuae, f., door, entrance (31)

409

meridies

meridiei, m., midday, noon (31)

410

res

rei, f., thing, matter, affair, object, event, situation (31)

411

frumentarius

frumentaria, frumentarium, having to do with grain (31)

412

contineo

continere, continui, contentus, hold (together), contain (32)

413

praemium

praemii, n., reward (32)

414

sustineo

sustinere, sustinui, sustentus, hold up, maintain, support, withstand, endure (32)

415

possum

posse, potui, be able, can (32)

416

tergum

tergi, n., back, rear (32)

417

absum

abesse, afui, afuturus, be absent, be distant, be away, be free from (32)

418

gaudium

gaudii, n., joy, gladness (32)

419

inquam

{inquam, inquis, inquit; -----, -----, inquiunt} say (32)

420

adsum

adesse, adfui, adfuturus, be near, be present (32)

421

iubeo

iubere, iussi, iussus, order, command, bid (32)

422

officium

officii, n., office, duty, service, ceremony (32)

423

praesidium

praesidii, n., guard, protection, garrison (32)

424

barbarus

barbara, barbarum, foreign, barbarous, strange; (noun) foreigner, barbarian (33)

425

iniquus

iniqua, iniquum, uneven; unfair; unfavorable (33)

426

tristis

triste, sad, sorrowful, grim (33)

427

aequus

aequa, aequum, even, level, equal; just, calm, fair (33)

428

felix

felicis [gen.], happy, lucky (33)

429

iustus

iusta, iustum, right, just, proper (33)

430

quam

how; as, than (33)

431

utilis

utile, useful; advantageous, profitable (33)

432

notus

nota, notum, (well) known, famous, familiar (33)

433

diligens

diligentis [gen.], careful, diligent, industrious (33)

434

laetus

laeta, laetum, happy, glad, joyful (33)

435

certus

certa, certum, certain, definite, fixed, sure (33)

436

amplus

ampla, amplum, great, large, ample, distinguished (33)

437

sinister

sinistra, sinistrum, left (34)

438

validus

valida, validum, strong (34)

439

propior

propius, nearer (34)

440

nisi

unless, if...not, except (34)

441

idoneus

idonea, idoneum, suitable, fit, fitting, convenient (34)

442

durus

dura, durum, hard, harsh (34)

443

dissimilis

dissimile, unlike, dissimilar (34)

444

magnopere

greatly (34)

445

fidelis

fidele, faithful, loyal (34)

446

magis

more, more greatly (34)

447

plures

plura, more (34)

448

nobilis

nobile, noble, of high rank; noted, renowned, illustrious (34)

449

posterus

postera, posterum, following, next (34)

450

difficilis

difficile, hard, difficult (34)

451

par

paris [gen.], equal, like (34)

452

propinquus

propinqua, propinquum, near, nearby; (noun) relative, kinsman (34)

453

proximus

proxima, proximum, nearest, next (34)

454

maxime

most, most greatly, especially (34)

455

aureus

aurea, aureum, golden, gold (34)

456

cupidus

cupida, cupidum, eager, desirous (+gen) (34)

457

dexter

dextra, dextrum, right; skillful (34)

458

maior

maius, greater (35)

459

exterior

exterius, outer (35)

460

extremus

extrema, extremum, outermost, farthest, last, end of (35)

461

optimus

optima, optimum, best, very good (35)

462

inferior

inferius, lower, inferior (35)

463

prior

prius, former, earlier (35)

464

imus

ima, imum, lowest, bottom of (35)

465

ulterior

ulterius, farther (35)

466

superior

superius, higher, former; superior (35)

467

minor

minus, smaller (35)

468

maximus

maxima, maximum, greatest, very great, very large (35)

469

intimus

intima, intimum, inmost (35)

470

senex

senis [gen.], old; (noun) old man (35)

471

plurimi

plurimae, plurima, most (35)

472

plurimus

plurima, plurimum, most (35)

473

minimus

minima, minimum, smallest, very small (35)

474

summus

summa, summum, highest, top of, greatest (35)

475

senior

senius, older (35)

476

pessimus

pessima, pessimum, worst, very bad (35)

477

ultimus

ultima, ultimum, farthest, last (35)

478

prope

nearly, almost (35)

479

prope

(+acc) near (35)

480

medius

media, medium, middle (of), mid (35)

481

plus

pluris, n., more, a larger amount (35)

482

infimus

infima, infimum, lowest, bottom of (35)

483

interior

interius, inner (35)

484

peior

peius, worse (35)

485

melior

melius, better (35)

486

paulum

pauli, n., a little (36)

487

numquam

never (36)

488

illuc

there, to that place, thither (36)

489

diutius

for a longer time, any longer (36)

490

paene

almost, nearly (36)

491

saepissime

most often (36)

492

deinde

then, next (36)

493

nondum

not yet (36)

494

tandem

finally, at last (36)

495

ut

(with indicative verbs) as, how, when, since (36)

496

cotidie

daily, every day (36)

497

simul

together, at the same time (36)

498

statim

immediately, at once (36)

499

huc

here, to this place, hither (36)

500

eo

there, to that place (36)

501

postquam

after (36)

502

quo

to what place, where, whither (36)

503

diutissime

for the longest time (36)

504

saepius

more often (36)

505

undique

on all sides, from all side, from everywhere (37)

506

victor

victoris, m., conqueror, victor (37)

507

herba

herbae, f., grass (37)

508

alter

altera, alterum, the other, another, second; (alter?alter) the one?the other (37)

509

alienus

aliena, alienum, another's, belonging to another; unfavorable (37)

510

uter

utra, utrum, which (of two) (37)

511

totus

tota, totum, whole (of), all (of), entire (37)

512

unde

from where, from which, whence (37)

513

neuter

neutra, neutrum, neither (37)

514

uterque

utraque, utrumque, each, both (37)

515

solus

sola, solum, alone, only, sole (37)

516

ipse

ipsa, ipsum, myself; yourself; himself, herself, itself; ourselves; themselves (37)

517

nullus

nulla, nullum, not any, no, none (37)

518

ullus

ulla, ullum, any (37)

519

subsidium

subsidii, n., help, relief, support; reinforcements (37)

520

quisque

quidque, each one, every one, each (37)

521

toga

togae, f., toga (37)

522

idem

eadem, idem, the same (37)

523

premo

premere, pressi, pressus, press; oppress; overwhelm, overpower (38)

524

valeo

valere, valui, valitus, be strong, be well (38)

525

instruo

instruere, instruxi, instructus, build, construct, arrange (38)

526

lavo

lavare, lavi, lautus, wash, bathe (38)

527

recipio

recipere, recepi, receptus, take back, receive, accept; recover, regain (38)

528

remitto

remittere, remisi, remissus, send back, let go; relax (38)

529

frango

frangere, fregi, fractus, break, shatter, wreck (38)

530

cresco

crescere, crevi, cretus, grow, increase (38)

531

probo

probare, probavi, probatus, test, prove, approve (of) (38)

532

dubito

dubitare, dubitavi, dubitatus, doubt; hesitate (38)

533

desisto

desistere, destiti, destitus, stop, desist, cease, give up, leave off (38)

534

claudo

claudere, clausi, clausus, shut, close (38)

535

removeo

removere, removi, remotus, remove, move back, move aside (38)

536

traho

trahere, traxi, tractus, draw, drag, pull, lead (38)

537

iungo

iungere, iunxi, iunctus, join (to), connect, yoke (38)

538

ludo

ludere, lusi, lusus, play; mock (38)

539

cognosco

cognoscere, cognovi, cognitus, learn, find out; (perf.) know (39)

540

iudico

iudicare, iudicavi, iudicatus, judge, decide, think, consider (39)

541

credo

credere, credidi, creditus, trust, believe (+dat.) (39)

542

puto

putare, putavi, putatus, think, consider, believe (39)

543

nescio

nescire, nescivi (or nescii), -----, not know, be ignorant (39)

544

pertineo

pertinere, pertinui, -----, pertain, concern; extend, reach (39)

545

accedo

accedere, accessi, accessus, approach, go to, draw near (39)

546

nego

negare, negavi, negatus, deny, say?not (39)

547

obtineo

obtinere, obtinui, obtentus, hold; obtain (39)

548

sentio

sentire, sensi, sensus, feel, think, realize; see, understand (39)

549

scio

scire, scivi, scitus, know, understand; perceive (39)

550

apud

(+acc) among, in the presence of, at the house of, with (39)

551

circum

(+acc) around (39)

552

pro

(+abl) for, in behalf of, in front of, before, instead of (39)

553

intellego

intellegere, intellexi, intellectus, understand, be aware, perceive, realize (39)

554

existimo

existimare, existimavi, existimatus, think, suppose, consider; estimate (39)

555

spero

sperare, speravi, speratus, hope, hope for (39)

556

praeter

(+acc) beyond; except, besides (39)

557

lego

legere, legi, lectus, gather, collect; choose, pick; read (39)

558

luna

lunae, f., moon (40)

559

mora

morae, f., delay (40)

560

ventus

venti, m., wind (40)

561

senator

senatoris, m., senator (40)

562

sol

solis, m., sun (40)

563

sui

{-----, sui, sibi, se(se), se(se)} himself, herself, itself, oneself, themselves (40)

564

turris

turris, f., tower (40)

565

negotium

negotii, n., business, task, affair, matter; trouble, concern (40)

566

stella

stellae, f., star (40)

567

arbor

arboris, f., tree (40)

568

collis

collis, m., hill (40)

569

cupiditas

cupiditatis, f., desire, greed (40)

570

suus

sua, suum, his, her, its; their [belongs to the subject] (40)

571

liberi

liberorum, m.pl., children (40)

572

gloria

gloriae, f., glory, fame (40)

573

adduco

adducere, adduxi, adductus, lead to/on, bring; influence (41)

574

deficio

deficere, defeci, defectus, fail, be lacking (41)

575

enuntio

enuntiare, enuntiavi, enuntiatus, report, announce (41)

576

commoveo

commovere, commovi, commotus, disturb, alarm, upset, move thoroughly (41)

577

conspicio

conspicere, conspexi, conspectus, look at (attentively), observe (closely), see, catch sight of (41)

578

traduco

traducere, traduxi, traductus, lead across (41)

579

expono

exponere, exposui, expositus, set forth; explain (41)

580

compleo

complere, complevi, completus, fill up, complete (41)

581

dimitto

dimittere, dimisi, dimissus, let go, send away, dismiss (41)

582

circumvenio

circumvenire, circumveni, circumventus, surround, come around (41)

583

opprimo

opprimere, oppressi, oppressus, press against; overwhelm, crush, overpower; overcome, surprise (41)

584

incito

incitare, incitavi, incitatus, stir up, urge on, arouse, spur, drive (41)

585

occido

occidere, occidi, occisus, kill, slay, cut down (41)

586

intermitto

intermittere, intermisi, intermissus, stop, pause, cease; interrupt (41)

587

valles

vallis, f., valley (42)

588

tribunus

tribuni, m., tribune (42)

589

ferrum

ferri, n., iron; sword (42)

590

autem

but, however; and, moreover (42)

591

consisto

consistere, constiti, -----, stop, stand (still), halt; stay, remain (42)

592

aurum

auri, n., gold (42)

593

ne

not (42)

594

erro

errare, erravi, erratus, wander; be mistaken, make a mistake (42)

595

perterreo

perterrere, perterrui, perterritus, frighten thoroughly, terrify (42)

596

vel

or, or even, indeed; (vel?vel) either?or (42)

597

scutum

scuti, n., shield (42)

598

vero

truly, in truth, indeed; but; [ita vero] yes (42)

599

armo

armare, armavi, armatus, arm, equip (42)

600

perficio

perficere, perfeci, perfectus, do thoroughly, finish, accomplish (42)

601

enim

for, indeed (42)

602

pilum

pili, n., javelin (42)

603

potestas

potestatis, f., power (43)

604

regio

regionis, f., district, region; direction (43)

605

sententia

sententiae, f., saying, motto, feeling, opinion (43)

606

consuetudo

consuetudinis, f., habit, custom (43)

607

iudicium

iudicii, n., judgment, trial (43)

608

vadum

vadi, n., ford, shallow place (43)

609

calidus

calida, calidum, warm, hot (43)

610

orbis

orbis, m., circle, wheel, ring (43)

611

subito

suddenly (43)

612

insidiae

insidiarum, f.pl., ambush, trap, plot, treachery (43)

613

frigidus

frigida, frigidum, cold, frigid (43)

614

umquam

ever, at any time (43)

615

condicio

condicionis, f., condition, situation; terms, aggrement (43)

616

difficultas

difficultatis, f., difficulty, distress (43)

617

calamitas

calamitatis, f., disaster, misfortune (43)

618

mens

mentis, f., mind (44)

619

flos

floris, m., flower (44)

620

dolor

doloris, m., grief, pain, sorrow, suffering (44)

621

hiberna

hibernorum, n.pl., winter camp, winter quarters (44)

622

vallum

valli, n., wall, rampart, entrenchment (44)

623

ius

iuris, n., right, justice; law (44)

624

ut

(with subjunctive verbs) so that, in order that, that (44)

625

oratio

orationis, f., oration, speech [orationem habere - to deliver a speech] (44)

626

latitudo

latitudinis, f., width, breadth (44)

627

onus

oneris, n., load, burden, weight; work, deed, labor, task (44)

628

centurio

centurionis, m., centurion (44)

629

genus

generis, n., race, birth, class; kind, sort (44)

630

altitudo

altitudinis, f., height, altitude, depth (44)

631

magnitudo

magnitudinis, f., size, greatness (44)

632

mercator

mercatoris, m., trader, merchant (44)

633

fossa

fossae, f., ditch, trench (44)

634

praeterea

besides, too, moreover (45)

635

oro

orare, oravi, oratus, beg, beseech, plead (45)

636

quaero

quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitus, seek, ask, inquire (45)

637

rogo

rogare, rogavi, rogatus, ask (for) (45)

638

an

or [used in double questions when both questions cannot be true] (45)

639

annon

or not (45)

640

persuadeo

persuadere, persuasi, persuasus, persuade (+dat) (45)

641

ergo

therefore (45)

642

postulo

postulare, postulavi, postulatus, demand (45)

643

procul

at a distance, far off (45)

644

impero

imperare, imperavi, imperatus, command, order, give orders, demand (+dat) (45)

645

auris

auris, f., ear (46)

646

vigilia

vigiliae, f., watch (one quarter of the night); vigilence, wakefulness (46)

647

vis

vis, f., force, violence, power; (vires, virium, pl.) strength (46)

648

nemo

neminis, m./f., no one (46)

649

species

speciei, f., sight, appearance (46)

650

forum

fori, n., forum, marketplace (46)

651

vestis

vestis, f., garment, clothes (46)

652

oculus

oculi, m., eye (46)

653

fides

fidei, f., belief, faith, loyalty; confidence; pledge (46)

654

aedificium

aedificii, n., building, house (46)

655

septendecim

seventeen (47)

656

quattuordecim

fourteen (47)

657

tredecim

thirteen (47)

658

undeviginti

nineteen (47)

659

sedecim

sixteen (47)

660

quantus

quanta, quantum, how much, how great (47)

661

num

if, whether (47)

662

quot

how many? (47)

663

privatus

privata, privatum, private (47)

664

duodeviginti

eighteen (47)

665

immortalis

immortale, immortal (47)

666

utrum

[utrum?an] whether?or; [utrum?necne] whether?or not (47)

667

communis

commune, (in) common, general (47)

668

quindecim

fifteen (47)

669

tot

so many (48)

670

accido

accidere, accidi, -----, happen, befall; fall upon, fall to (+dat) (48)

671

sic

thus, so, in this way; yes (48)

672

necesse

necessary (48)

673

satis

enough (48)

674

efficio

efficere, effeci, effectus, bring about, accomplish, effect, build; complete (48)

675

tantus

tanta, tantum, so great, so much, such a big (48)

676

ita

so, in this way, thus (48)

677

talis

tale, such, of such a kind, like this (48)

678

tam

so, so much, to such a degree (48)

679

renuntio

renuntiare, renuntiavi, renuntiatus, report, bring back word (of) (49)

680

propono

proponere, proposui, propositus, put forward, set forth, propose, offer (49)

681

defessus

defessa, defessum, tired (49)

682

pello

pellere, pepuli, pulsus, drive, push; defeat, rout (49)

683

impeditus

impedita, impeditum, hindered, handicapped, in difficulty (49)

684

spatium

spatii, n., space, time, distance, interval (of space or time) (49)

685

produco

producere, produxi, productus, lead out, lead forth (49)

686

mirus

mira, mirum, wonderful, strange, remarkable, marvelous (49)

687

vasto

vastare, vastavi, vastatus, devastate, lay waste, ravage (49)

688

conservo

conservare, conservavi, conservatus, preserve, spare, keep (49)

689

cum

when, since, although (49)

690

permoveo

permovere, permovi, permotus, move (deeply), upset (49)

691

tempestas

tempestatis, f., storm, weather; season (49)

692

sagitta

sagittae, f., arrow (49)

693

incendo

incendere, incendi, incensus, set fire to, burn; rouse (49)

694

studium

studii, n., eagerness, interest, enthusiam, zeal; (pl.) studies (49)

695

moror

morari, moratus sum, delay; wait, stay (50)

696

conor

conari, conatus sum, try, attempt, undertake (50)

697

Corinthus

Corinthi, f., Corinth (50)

698

Athenae

Athenarum, f.pl., Athens (50)

699

polliceor

polliceri, pollicitus sum, promise (50)

700

proficiscor

proficisci, profectus sum, set out, start, depart; proceed (50)

701

permitto

permittere, permisi, permissus, allow, permit, let go through; entrust (+dat) (50)

702

rus

ruris, n., country, countryside (50)

703

Carthago

Carthaginis, f., Carthage (50)

704

patior

pati, passus sum, suffer, endure; allow, permit (50)

705

hortor

hortari, hortatus sum, urge, encourage, exhort (50)

706

arbitror

arbitrari, arbitratus sum, think, consider, believe, judge (50)

707

loquor

loqui, locutus sum, speak, talk; say, tell (50)

708

consequor

consequi, consecutus sum, overtake, pursue; obtain, gain (51)

709

egredior

egredi, egressus sum, go forth, leave, depart, go out; disembark (51)

710

aggredior

aggredi, aggressus sum, approach, attack (51)

711

colloquium

colloquii, n., conversation, conference (51)

712

Rhenus

Rheni, m., the Rhine (51)

713

sequor

sequi, secutus sum, follow (51)

714

initium

initii, n., beginning (51)

715

tutus

tuta, tutum, safe, protected (51)

716

vereor

vereri, veritus sum, fear, dread; respect, revere (51)

717

rursus

again, back (51)

718

quidam

quaedam, quidam, a certain (one), one, some (51)

719

congredior

congredi, congressus sum, meet, come together (51)

720

progredior

progredi, progressus sum, go forward, progress, proceed, advance (51)

721

adfero

adferre, attuli, allatus, bring to, bring up, report (52)

722

eo

ire, ii, itus, go (52)

723

adeo

adire, adii, aditus, go to, approach (52)

724

refero

referre, retuli, relatus, carry back; pay back; report, relate (52)

725

tollo

tollere, sustuli, sublatus, lift, carry up; remove, steal (52)

726

redeo

redire, redii, reditus, go back, return (52)

727

transeo

transire, transii, transitus, go over, cross (52)

728

infero

inferre, intuli, illatus, bring in, import; carry onward; bring upon, inflict (52)

729

confero

conferre, contuli, collatus, bring together, collect; compare (52)

730

fero

ferre, tuli, latus, bear, carry, bring; take; relate (52)

731

hospes

hospitis, m., guest; host; friend, stranger (53)

732

disco

discere, didici, -----, learn (53)

733

veho

vehere, vexi, vectus, bear, carry, convey, transport (53)

734

classis

classis, f., fleet, ship (53)

735

instituo

instituere, institui, institutus, build, establish, set up (53)

736

conscribo

conscribere, conscripsi, conscriptus, write, enroll, enlist (53)

737

volo

velle, volui, wish, want, be willing (53)

738

ostendo

ostendere, ostendi, ostentus, show, point out, display; stretch out; declare (53)

739

aetas

aetatis, f., age (53)

740

comparo

comparare, comparavi, comparatus, prepare, get; compare (53)

741

appropinquo

appropinquare, appropinquavi, appropinquatus, come near, draw near, approach (+dat) (53)

742

quoque

also, too (53)

743

facultas

facultatis, f., ability, means; opportunity, chance (53)

744

ordo

ordinis, m., order, rank, row (53)

745

exerceo

exercere, exercui, exercitus, exercise, train, practice; keep busy (53)

746

nolo

nolle, nolui, be unwilling, not want, not wish (53)

747

quidem

at least, at any rate; as a matter of fact, to be sure, indeed; [ne?quidem] not even (53)

748

mensis

mensis, m., month (53)

749

interea

meanwhile (53)

750

malo

malle, malui, prefer; wish more (53)

751

maritimus

maritima, maritimum, of the sea (54)

752

prudens

prudentis [gen.], wise, prudent; foresighted (54)

753

integer

integra, integrum, untouched, fresh, undiminished; whole, entire (54)

754

aeger

aegra, aegrum, sick, ill (54)

755

vendo

vendere, vendidi, venditus, sell (54)

756

munitio

munitionis, f., fortification (54)

757

necessarius

necessaria, necessarium, necessary; (noun) relative (54)

758

recens

recentis [gen.], recent, fresh, new (54)

759

levis

leve, light, slight (54)

760

obses

obsidis, m./f., hostage (54)

761

egregius

egregia, egregium, excellent, distinguished, outstanding (54)

762

ripa

ripae, f., (river)bank (54)

763

apertus

aperta, apertum, open, uncovered, exposed, clear (54)

764

caedes

caedis, f., murder, slaughter, killing (54)

765

aedes

aedis, f., building, temple; (pl.) house (54)

766

fio

fieri, factus sum, be made, become; happen (54)

767

ratio

rationis, f., account; plan; manner; reason (54)

768

vetus

veteris [gen.], old, former, ancient (54)

769

militaris

militare, of a soldier, military (54)

770

item

likewise (55)

771

audeo

audere, ausus sum, dare (semideponent) (55)

772

emo

emere, emi, emptus, buy (55)

773

omnino

entirely, completely, wholly, altogether, in all, at all (55)

774

caedo

caedere, cecidi, casus, cut (down/to pieces), kill (55)

775

repente

suddenly (55)

776

hiemo

hiemare, hiemavi, hiematus, (spend the) winter (55)

777

cado

cadere, cecidi, casus, fall, die, be slain (55)

778

potior

potiri, potitus sum, gain possession of, acquire, obtain (+abl) (55)

779

supra

above, on top (55)

780

vix

hardly, scarcely, with difficulty (55)

781

circiter

about, approximately (with numbers) (55)

782

frustra

in vain (55)

783

tango

tangere, tetigi, tactus, touch (55)

784

orior

oriri, ortus sum, rise, arise; spring from (55)

785

fere

almost, about, nearly (with numbers and quantities); generally (55)

786

utor

uti, usus sum, use (+abl) (55)

787

vivo

vivere, vixi, victus, live, be alive (56)

788

oportet

oportere, oportuit, it is necessary; it is proper, it is fitting; ought, must (impersonal) (56)

789

suscipio

suscipere, suscepi, susceptus, undertake, begin; suffer (56)

790

perturbo

perturbare, perturbavi, perturbatus, alarm, upset, disturb; confuse, throw into confusion (56)

791

ceteri

ceterae, cetera, the rest (of), the others (56)

792

ancora

ancorae, f., anchor (56)

793

augeo

augere, auxi, auctus, increase, strengthen (56)

794

auctor

auctoris, m., author, originator, founder, sponsor, writer (56)

795

agmen

agminis, n., line, battle line, army on the march (56)

796

complures

complura, several, many; (noun) several, a great many (56)

797

consido

considere, consedi, consessus, sit down; settle, encamp (56)

798

tego

tegere, texi, tectus, cover, hide; protect, defend (56)

799

os

oris, n., mouth, face, expression (56)

800

praeda

praedae, f., loot, booty, treasure (56)

801

latus

lateris, n., side, flank (56)

802

convenit

convenire, convenit, it is convenient (impersonal) (56)

803

doleo

dolere, dolui, dolitus, suffer, hurt; grieve (for), be sorry (for) (56)

804

palus

paludis, f., swamp, marsh (56)

805

exploro

explorare, exploravi, exploratus, explore, search out, reconnoiter (56)

806

casus

casus, m., fall, accident; misfortune, fate, chance (56)

807

licet

licere, licuit, lictum, it is allowed, it is permitted (impersonal) (56)

808

solvo

solvere, solvi, solutus, loose, untie; release, set free; pay (57)

809

consulo

consulere, consului, consultus, consult, ask the advice of; consult the interests of, take counsel for (+dat) (57)

810

pareo

parere, parui, paritus, obey (+dat) (57)

811

resisto

resistere, restiti, -----, resist (+dat) (57)

812

turpis

turpe, shameful, disgraceful, base; ugly (57)

813

praesum

praeesse, praefui, praefuturus, be in command of, be at the head of, be in charge of (57)

814

noceo

nocere, nocui, nocitus, harm, injure (+dat) (57)

815

placeo

placere, placui, placitus, please (+dat) (57)

816

vehemens

vehementis [gen.], violent, forceful, severe; vehement (57)

817

praeficio

praeficere, praefeci, praefectus, place over, place in command of, place in charge of (57)

818

provideo

providere, providi, provisus, foresee, see ahead; provide for (57)

819

eripio

eripere, eripui, ereptus, snatch away, remove, rescue, escape (57)

820

studeo

studere, studui, -----, be eager (for) (+dat), desire; study; strive (57)

821

parco

parcere, peperci, parsus, spare (+dat) (57)

822

desum

deesse, defui, defuturus, be lacking (57)

823

confido

confidere, confisus sum, trust, have confidence in, rely on (+dat.) (semideponent) (57)

824

rapio

rapere, rapui, raptus, seize, snatch, carry off, steal (57)

825

incolo

incolere, incolui, -----, live in, dwell, inhabit (58)

826

quisquam

quidquam, anyone, anything (58)

827

aliquis

aliquid, someone, something; anyone, anything (58)

828

voluntas

voluntatis, f., will, wish, desire, consent (58)

829

mos

moris, m., custom, habit, tradition (58)

830

quies

quietis, f., rest, sleep (58)

831

coepi

coepisse, coeptus, begin (58)

832

gratia

gratiae, f., favor, influence, good will; gratitude, thanks (58)

833

adulescens

adulescentis [gen.], young; (noun) youth, young man (58)

834

iaceo

iacere, iacui, -----, lie, lie dead (58)

835

consuesco

consuescere, consuevi, consuetus, become accustomed (58)

836

rumpo

rumpere, rupi, ruptus, break, burst; destroy (58)

837

rumor

rumoris, m., rumor, murmur (58)

838

sanguis

sanguinis, m., blood (58)

839

rideo

ridere, risi, risus, laugh at, mock, deride; smile, laugh (58)

840

aliqui

aliqua, aliquod, some (58)

841

aperio

aperire, aperui, apertus, open, uncover, disclose, reveal, expose (58)

842

sumo

sumere, sumpsi, sumptus, take, take up, assume, pick out (58)

843

iuvo

iuvare, iuvi, iutus, help, assist, aid (58)

844

remus

remi, m., oar (59)

845

uxor

uxoris, f., wife (59)

846

infans

infantis, m./f., infant, baby (59)

847

laus

laudis, f., praise, glory (59)

848

mulier

mulieris, f., woman, wife (59)

849

inde

then; from there, from that place, thence (59)

850

beneficium

beneficii, n., kindness, favor, benefit (59)

851

litus

litoris, n., shore, coast (59)

852

lacrima

lacrimae, f., tear (59)

853

cohors

cohortis, f., cohort (59)

854

plebs

plebis, f., the common people, plebeians (59)

855

custos

custodis, m./f., guard, guardian, keeper, watchman; watch (59)

856

equitatus

equitatus, m., cavalry (59)

857

explorator

exploratoris, m., spy, scout (59)

858

saxum

saxi, n., rock, crag (59)

859

opinio

opinionis, f., belief, idea, opinion; expectation; reputation (59)

860

magistratus

magistratus, m., magistracy, public office; magistrate (59)

861

miror

mirari, miratus sum, wonder at, admire; marvel, be surprised (60)

862

mereor

mereri, meritus sum, deserve, earn (60)

863

descendo

descendere, descendi, descensus, come down, go down, climb down, descend (60)

864

ineo

inire, inii, initus, go in, enter, begin (60)

865

reficio

reficere, refeci, refectus, repair, restore (60)

866

deduco

deducere, deduxi, deductus, lead down, lead away; escort; launch (60)

867

nascor

nasci, natus sum, be born, arise, begin; be found (60)

868

conscendo

conscendere, conscendi, conscensus, climb, ascend; embark; go on board (60)

869

ascendo

ascendere, ascendi, ascensus, ascend, climb (up); embark (60)

870

taceo

tacere, tacui, tacitus, be silent (60)

871

defero

deferre, detuli, delatus, carry, bring; report (60)

872

morior

moriri, mortuus sum, die (60)

873

reicio

reicere, reieci, reiectus, throw back, repulse (60)

874

coniungo

coniungere, coniunxi, coniunctus, join (together), unite (60)

875

verto

vertere, verti, versus, turn (60)

876

repello

repellere, reppuli, repulsus, drive off, drive back, repulse (60)

877

revertor

reverti, reversus, go back, return (60)

878

reperio

reperire, reperui, repertus, find, learn; discover (60)

879

tribuo

tribuere, tribui, tributus, assign, grant (60)