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FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


aequus, aequa, aequum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


even

2

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


albus, alba, album

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


white

3

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


aliēnus, aliēna, aliēnum [+ā/ab +abl.]

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


foreign [to], inconsistent [with]

4

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


alius, alia, aliud

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


another, other [N.B. irregular neuter singular nominative and accusative]

5

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


armātus, armāta, armātum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


armed

6

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


bonus, bona, bonum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


good

7

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


dīvīnus, dīvīna, dīvīnum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


divine

8

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


doctus, docta, doctum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


learned

9

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


externus, externa, externum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


outward, external

10

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


fūnestus, fūnesta, fūnestum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


deadly

11

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


futūrus, futūra, futūrum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


about to be [the future active participle of sum, esse, fuī]

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FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


hūmānus, hūmāna, hūmānum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


human

13

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


iūstus, iūsta, iūstum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


legitimate, open, just

14

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


longus, longa, longum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


long

15

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


māgnus, māgna, māgnum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


large, great, important

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FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


malus, mala, malum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


bad

17

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


meus, mea, meum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


my

18

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


miser, misera, miserum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


wretched, sad, miserable

19

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


multus, multa, multum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


much (sg.), many (pl.)

20

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


noster, nostra, nostrum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


our

21

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


novus, nova, novum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


new

22

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


parvus, parva, parvum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


small

23

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


paucī, paucae, pauca (pl.)

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


few [N.B. plural only]

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FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


plēnus, plēna, plēnum [+gen. or abl.]

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


full of [gen./abl.]

25

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


praeclārus, praeclāra, praeclārum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


famous, distinguished

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FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


prīmus, prīma, prīmum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


first

27

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


beautiful, nice

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FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


Rōmānus, Rōmāna, Rōmānum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


Roman

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FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


ruber, rubra, rubrum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


red

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FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


rūsticus, rūstica, rūsticum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


rural, rustic

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FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


sevērus, sevēra, sevērum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


serious, strict, severe

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FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


suus, sua, suum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


his, her, its, their [3rd person reflexive possessive]

33

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


tantus, tanta, tantum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


so great

34

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


tuus, tua, tuum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


your, yours [sg.]

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FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


ūllus, ūlla, ūllum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


any

36

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


vērus, vēra, vērum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


true

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FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


vester, vestra, vestrum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


your, yours [pl.]

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FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


vetustus, vetusta, vetustum

FIRST-AND-SECOND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES


old

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THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "3 ENDING"


ācer, ācris, ācre

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "3 ENDING"


keen, fierce

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THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "3 ENDING"


celeber, celebris, celebre

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "3 ENDING"


renowned, well-known, crowded

41

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "2 ENDING"


crūdēlis, crūdēle

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "2 ENDING"


cruel

42

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "2 ENDING"


difficilis, difficile

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "2 ENDING"


difficult

43

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "2 ENDING"


fortis, forte

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "2 ENDING"


brave, strong

44

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "2 ENDING"


omnis, omne

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "2 ENDING"


each, every, all

45

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "2 ENDING"


similis, simile (+gen. or dat.)

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "2 ENDING"


like

46

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "2 ENDING"


terribilis, terribile

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "2 ENDING"


terrifying

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THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "1 ENDING"


dīves (gen. dīvitis)

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "1 ENDING"


rich

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THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "1 ENDING"


fēlīx (gen. fēlīcis)

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "1 ENDING"


fortunate, happy

49

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "1 ENDING"


ferōx (gen. ferōcis)

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "1 ENDING"


fierce, ferocious

50

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "1 ENDING"


pauper (gen. pauperis)

THIRD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES "1 ENDING"


poor

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IRREGULAR ADJECTIVES"


quī, quae, quod?

IRREGULAR ADJECTIVES


what? / which? [interrogative adjective]

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ADVERBS


bene

ADVERBS


well

53

ADVERBS


celeriter

ADVERBS


swiftly

54

ADVERBS


cūr

ADVERBS


why?

55

ADVERBS


deinde

ADVERBS


then

56

ADVERBS


diū

ADVERBS


for a long time

57

ADVERBS


etiam

ADVERBS


even, also

58

ADVERBS


facile

ADVERBS


easily

59

ADVERBS


forīs

ADVERBS


outside, in the open

60

ADVERBS


fortasse

ADVERBS


perhaps

61

ADVERBS


iam

ADVERBS


already

62

ADVERBS


ibi

ADVERBS


there

63

ADVERBS


ita

ADVERBS


yes, so, in such a way

64

ADVERBS


longē

ADVERBS


far

65

ADVERBS


minimē

ADVERBS


no

66

ADVERBS


mox

ADVERBS


soon

67

ADVERBS


multum

ADVERBS


much

68

ADVERBS


noctū

ADVERBS


during the night

69

ADVERBS


nōn

ADVERBS


not

70

ADVERBS


numquam

ADVERBS


never

71

ADVERBS


nunc

ADVERBS


now

72

ADVERBS


paene

ADVERBS


almost

73

ADVERBS


posteā

ADVERBS


afterwards

74

ADVERBS


quoque

ADVERBS


also

75

ADVERBS


saepe

ADVERBS


often

76

ADVERBS


semper

ADVERBS


always

77

ADVERBS


sīcut

ADVERBS


just as

78

ADVERBS


statim

ADVERBS


immediately

79

ADVERBS


tam

ADVERBS


so

80

ADVERBS


tandem

ADVERBS


at last

81

ADVERBS


tantum

ADVERBS


only

82

ADVERBS


tum

ADVERBS


then

83

ADVERBS


tunc

ADVERBS


then

84

ADVERBS


ubīque

ADVERBS


everywhere

85

ADVERBS


umquam

ADVERBS


ever

86

ADVERBS


ūnā

ADVERBS


together

87

ADVERBS


valdē

ADVERBS


very, exceedingly

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CONJUNCTIONS


atque

CONJUNCTIONS


and

89

CONJUNCTIONS


autem

CONJUNCTIONS


however

90

CONJUNCTIONS


cum

CONJUNCTIONS


when

91

CONJUNCTIONS


dum

CONJUNCTIONS


while

92

CONJUNCTIONS


enim

CONJUNCTIONS


for, in fact

93

CONJUNCTIONS


et

CONJUNCTIONS


and

94

CONJUNCTIONS


igitur

CONJUNCTIONS


therefore [usually the second word in a clause]

95

CONJUNCTIONS


itaque

CONJUNCTIONS


and so

96

CONJUNCTIONS


nam

CONJUNCTIONS


for, in fact

97

CONJUNCTIONS


nec

CONJUNCTIONS


and not, nor

98

CONJUNCTIONS


nōn sōlum…, sed etiam…

CONJUNCTIONS


not only…, but also…

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CONJUNCTIONS


postquam

CONJUNCTIONS


after

100

CONJUNCTIONS


sed

CONJUNCTIONS


but

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CONJUNCTIONS


CONJUNCTIONS


if

102

CONJUNCTIONS


tamen

CONJUNCTIONS


nevertheless

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ENCLITIC PARTICLES


-ne

ENCLITIC PARTICLES


…? [added to the first word of a question]

104

ENCLITIC PARTICLES


-que

ENCLITIC PARTICLES


and [the meaning ‘and’ is to be inserted before the word to which -que added]

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INTERJECTIONS


ecce

INTERJECTIONS


look here!

106

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


agricola, agricolae, m.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


farmer

107

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


aqua, aquae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


water

108

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


āthlēta, āthlētae, m.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


athlete

109

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


barba, barbae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


beard

110

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


casa, casae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


little house, cottage

111

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


causa, causae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


cause, reason

112

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


cōnstantia, cōnstantiae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


constancy

113

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


dea, deae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


goddess

114

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


dēliciae, dēliciārum, f. pl.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


delight, pet [N.B. always plural in form]

115

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


dextra, dextrae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


right hand

116

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


dīvitiae, dīvitiārum, f. pl.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


wealth, riches [N.B. always plural in form]

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FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


domina, dominae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


mistress

118

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


epistula, epistulae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


letter

119

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


fābula, fābulae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


story

120

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


familia, familiae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


family, household

121

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


fēmina, fēminae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


woman

122

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


fīlia, fīliae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


daughter [N.B. dat. pl. and abl. pl. = fīliabus]

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FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


flamma, flammae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


flame

124

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


fōrma, fōrmae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


form, appearance

125

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


fortūna, fortūnae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


fortune, the goddess Fortune

126

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


herba, herbae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


plant, vegetation

127

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


īra, īrae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


anger

128

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


lacrima, lacrimae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


tear

129

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


littera, litterae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


letter of the alphabet; [in plural] literature, letter (epistle)

130

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


lupa, lupae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


she-wolf

131

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


memoria, memoriae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


memory

132

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


nauta, nautae, m.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


sailor

133

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


patria, patriae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


fatherland

134

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


poēta, poētae, m.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


poet

135

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


puella, puellae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


girl

136

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


rēgīna, rēgīnae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


queen

137

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


Rōma, Rōmae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


Rome

138

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


rota, rotae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


wheel

139

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


silva, silvae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


forest

140

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


spēlunca, spēluncae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


cave

141

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


tenebrae, tenebrārum, f. pl.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


shadows, darkness [N.B. always plural in form]

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FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


terra, terrae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


land

143

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


via, viae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


road

144

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


villa, villae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


country house, villa

145

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


vita, vitae, f.

FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS


life

146

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


ager, agrī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


field

147

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


amīcus, amīcī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


friend

148

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


animus, animī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


spirit, soul, mind

149

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


avunculus, avunculī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


uncle

150

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


deus, deī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


god

151

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


digitus, digitī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


finger

152

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


dolus, dolī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


trickery, deception

153

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


equus, equī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


horse

154

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


fīlius, fīliī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


son

155

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


fūmus, fūmī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


smoke

156

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


gladius, gladiī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


sword

157

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


liber, librī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


book

158

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


locus, locī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


(sg.) place, (pl.) passages of a book [N.B. compare 2nd decl. neuter plural ‘loca’]

159

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


marītus, marītī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


husband

160

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


mūrus, mūrī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


wall

161

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


oculus, oculī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


eye

162

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


puer, puerī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


boy

163

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


rīvus, rīvī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


brook, stream

164

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


somnus, somnī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


sleep

165

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


ventus, ventī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


wind

166

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


vir, virī, m.

SECOND DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


man

167

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


argūmentum, argūmentī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


proof, indication, argument

168

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


arma, armōrum, n.pl.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


weapons [N.B. always plural]

169

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


auxilium, auxiliī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


help

170

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


bellum, bellī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


war

171

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


caelum, caelī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


sky, heaven, weather

172

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


castra, castrōrum, n.pl.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


camp [N.B. always plural in form, but can be singular in meaning]

173

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


cōnsilium, cōnsiliī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


plan, advice

174

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


dōnum, dōnī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


gift

175

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


exemplum, exemplī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


example

176

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


fātum, fātī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


fate, destiny

177

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


fūrtum, fūrtī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


theft

178

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


gaudium, gaudiī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


joy

179

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


gremium, gremiī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


lap

180

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


incendium, incendiī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


conflagration, eruption

181

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


initium, initiī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


beginning

182

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


loca, locōrum, n.pl.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


places [N.B. compare 2nd decl. masc. ‘locus’]

183

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


odium, odiī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


hatred

184

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


ōrāculum, ōrāculī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


oracle

185

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


perīculum, perīculī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


danger

186

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


pōmum, pōmī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


fruit

187

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


praemium, praemiī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


reward

188

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


proelium, proeliī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


battle, combat

189

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


saxum, saxī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


stone, rock

190

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


templum, templī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


temple

191

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


venēnum, venēnī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


poison

192

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


verbum, verbī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


word

193

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


vestīmentum, vestīmentī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


garment; [pl.] clothes

194

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


vinculum, vinculī, n.

SECOND DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


chain, fetter

195

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


arbor, arboris, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


tree

196

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


carō, carnis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


meat

197

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


fortitūdō, fortitūdinis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


courage

198

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


inīquitās, inīquitātis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


injustice, mischief

199

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


lēx, lēgis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


law

200

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


māter, mātris, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


mother

201

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


mulier, mulieris, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


woman

202

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


ōrātiō, ōrātiōnis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


speech

203

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


parēns, parentis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


parent

204

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


pāx, pācis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


peace

205

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


senectūs, senectūtis. f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


old age

206

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


soror, sorōris, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


sister

207

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


tempestās, tempestātis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


storm

208

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


uxor, uxōris, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


wife

209

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


adulēscēns, adulēscēntis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


young woman [N.B. may also be masculine]

210

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


cīvis, cīvis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


(female) citizen [N.B. may also be masculine]

211

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


clādēs, clādis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


disaster

212

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


classis, classis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


fleet, class (of people)

213

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


mors, mortis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


death

214

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


pellis, pellis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


skin, hide

215

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


nāvis, nāvis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


ship

216

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


nūbēs, nūbis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


cloud

217

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


nox, noctis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


night

218

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


pars, partis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


part

219

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


urbs, urbis, f.

THIRD DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS I-STEM


city

220

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


amor, amoris, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


love

221

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


cinis, cineris, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


ash

222

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


cōnsul, cōnsulis, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


consul

223

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


dolor, dolōris, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


grief, pain

224

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


dux, ducis, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


leader, general

225

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


fūr, fūris, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


thief

226

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


homō, hominis, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


man (i.e. "human"); [plural] people

227

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


honor, honōris, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


honour, public office or distinction

228

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


imperātor, imperātōris, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


general, emperor

229

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


iūdex, iūdicis, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


judge

230

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


mīles, mīlitis, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


soldier

231

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


parēns, parentis, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


parent

232

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


passer, passeris, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


sparrow

233

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


pater, patris, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


father

234

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


rēx, rēgis, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


king

235

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


sanguis, sanguinis, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


blood

236

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


senex, senis, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


old man

237

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


timor, timōris, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


fear

238

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS I-STEM


adulēscēns, adulēscēntis, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS I-STEM


young man [N.B. may also be feminine]

239

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS I-STEM


axis, axis, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS I-STEM


axle, axis

240

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS I-STEM


cīvis, cīvis, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS I-STEM


(male) citizen [N.B. may also be feminine]

241

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS I-STEM


hostis, hostis, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS I-STEM


enemy

242

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS I-STEM


ignis, ignis, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS I-STEM


fire

243

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS I-STEM


mōns, montis, m.

THIRD DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS I-STEM


mountain

244

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


caput, capitis, n.

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


head

245

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


cor, cordis, n.

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


heart

246

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


corpus, corporis, n.

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


body

247

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


lītus, lītoris, n.

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


shore

248

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


nōmen, nōminis, n.

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


name

249

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


ōs, ōris, n.

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


mouth

250

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


pectus, pectoris, n.

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


chest

251

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


tempus, temporis, n.

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


time

252

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


vulnus, vulneris, n.

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


wound

253

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS I-STEM


animal, animālis, n.

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS I-STEM


animal

254

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS I-STEM


exemplar, exemplāris, n.

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS I-STEM


example

255

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS I-STEM


mare, maris, n.

THIRD DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS I-STEM


sea

256

FOURTH DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


domus, domūs, f.

FOURTH DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


house [N.B. various irregularities - sometimes treated as a second declension noun]

257

FOURTH DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


manus, manūs, f.

FOURTH DECLENSION FEMININE NOUNS


hand

258

FOURTH DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


impetus, impetūs, m.

FOURTH DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


impetus, force, attack

259

FOURTH DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


iussus, iussūs, m.

FOURTH DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


order

260

FOURTH DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


tumultus, tumultūs, m.

FOURTH DECLENSION MASCULINE NOUNS


uproar, confusion

261

FOURTH DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


cornū, cornūs, n.

FOURTH DECLENSION NEUTER NOUNS


horn

262

FIFTH DECLENSION NOUNS


diēs, diēī, m/f

FIFTH DECLENSION NOUNS


day

263

FIFTH DECLENSION NOUNS


faciēs, faciēī, f.

FIFTH DECLENSION NOUNS


face

264

FIFTH DECLENSION NOUNS


merīdiēs, merīdiēī, m.

FIFTH DECLENSION NOUNS


midday

265

FIFTH DECLENSION NOUNS


rēs, reī, f.

FIFTH DECLENSION NOUNS


thing, matter

266

OTHER NOUNS


domī

OTHER NOUNS


at home

267

OTHER NOUNS


vīs, [n/a], f; pl. vīrēs, vīrium

OTHER NOUNS


force, strength [irregular 3rd decl. i-stem]

268

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ABLATIVES


ā (ab) [+abl.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ABLATIVES


by, from, away from

269

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ABLATIVES


cum [+abl.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ABLATIVES


with

270

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ABLATIVES


dē [+abl.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ABLATIVES


about, concerning, down from

271

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ABLATIVES


ē (ex) [+abl.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ABLATIVES


from, out of

272

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ABLATIVES


in [+abl.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ABLATIVES


in [N.B. do not confuse with in + accusative!]

273

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ABLATIVES


prō [+abl.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ABLATIVES


for, on behalf of [N.B. prō certō = "for certain"]

274

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ABLATIVES


sine [+abl.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ABLATIVES


without

275

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


ad [+acc.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


into, towards, to

276

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


ante [+acc.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


in front of

277

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


apud [+acc.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


at the house of

278

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


circum [+acc.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


around

279

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


contrā [+acc.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


against

280

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


in [+acc.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


into, to, against [N.B. do not confuse with in + ablative!]

281

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


inter [+acc.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


between, among

282

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


per [+acc.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


through

283

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


post [+acc.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


after

284

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


prope [+acc.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


near

285

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


propter [+acc.]

PREPOSITIONS THAT TAKE ACCUSATIVES


because of, on account of

286

PERSONAL AND REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS


ego, meī, mihi, mē, mē

PERSONAL AND REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS


I / me [N.B. mēcum = cum mē, "with me"]

287

PERSONAL AND REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS


nōs, nostrum/nostrī, nōbīs, nōs, nōbīs

PERSONAL AND REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS


we / us

288

PERSONAL AND REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS


PERSONAL AND REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS


(third person reflexive pronoun) she/he/they; herself/himself/themselves

289

PERSONAL AND REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS


tū, tuī, tibi, tē, tē

PERSONAL AND REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS


you [sg.] [N.B. tēcum = cum tē, "with you"]

290

PERSONAL AND REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS


vōs, vestrum/vestrī, vōbīs, vōs, vōbīs

PERSONAL AND REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS


you [pl.]

291

DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS


hic, haec, hoc

DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS


this; these

292

DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS


ille, illa, illud

DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS


that; those

293

DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS


is, ea, id

DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS


he/she/it/they; this/these; that/those

294

OTHER PRONOUNS


nihil

OTHER PRONOUNS


nothing [N.B. indeclinable]

295

OTHER PRONOUNS


quī, quae, quod

OTHER PRONOUNS


which/who/that/etc… [relative pronoun]

296

OTHER PRONOUNS


quis, quid?

OTHER PRONOUNS


who? / what? [interrogative pronoun]

297

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


abundō, abundāre, abundāvī, abundātum [+abl.]

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to abound with [abl.]

298

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


accūsō, accūsāre, accūsāvī, accūsātum [+acc. +gen.]

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to accuse someone [acc.] of something [gen.]

299

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


aedificō, aedificāre, aedificāvī, aedificātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to build

300

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


aestimō, aestimāre, aestimāvī, aestimātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to regard, to esteem

301

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


ambulō, ambulāre, ambulāvī, ambulātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to walk

302

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


amō, amāre, amāvī, amātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to love

303

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


cōgitō, cōgitāre, cōgitāvī, cōgitātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to think

304

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


cūrō, cūrāre, cūrāvī, cūrātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to care for, to take care of

305

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


dēlectō, dēlectāre, dēlectāvī, dēlectātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to delight, to please

306

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


dēvastō, dēvastāre, dēvastāvī, dēvastātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to devastate

307

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


dō, dare, dedī, datum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to give [N.B. the short stem vowel -a-]

308

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


errō, errāre, errāvī, errātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to wander, to make a mistake

309

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


excitō, excitāre, excitāvī, excitātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to awaken, to wake up, to rouse, to stir up

310

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


exclāmō, exclāmāre, exclāmāvī, exclāmātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to exclaim

311

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


exspectō, exspectāre, exspectāvī, exspectātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to wait for, to await, to expect

312

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


firmō, firmāre, firmāvī, firmātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to strengthen

313

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


habitō, habitāre, habitāvī, habitātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to live, to dwell

314

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


intrō, intrāre, intrāvī, [n/a]

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to enter

315

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


iūdicō, iūdicāre, iūdicāvī, iūdicātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to judge

316

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


līberō, līberāre, līberāvī, līberātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to free someone [acc.] from something [abl.]

317

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


mūtō, mūtāre, mūtāvī, mūtātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to change

318

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


nārrō, nārrāre, nārrāvī, nārrātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to tell

319

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


nāvigō, nāvigāre, nāvigāvī, nāvigātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to sail, to voyage

320

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


occultō, occultāre, occultāvī, occultātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to hide

321

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


parō, parāre, parāvī, parātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to prepare, to get ready, to design

322

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


pugnō, pugnāre, pugnāvī, pugnātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to fight

323

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


putō, putāre, putāvī, putātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to think, to consider

324

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


rogō, rogāre, rogāvī, rogātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to ask

325

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


sānō, sānāre, sānāvī, sānātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to heal

326

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


sēparō, sēparāre, sēparāvī, sēparātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to separate

327

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


servō, servāre, servāvī, servātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to save, to preserve

328

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


stō, stāre, stetī, statum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to stand

329

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


temptō, temptāre, temptāvī, temptātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to try

330

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


versō, versāre, versāvī, versātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to turn

331

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


vocō, vocāre, vocāvī, vocātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to call

332

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


vulnerō, vulnerāre, vulnerāvī, vulnerātum

FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS


to wound

333

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


ārdeō, ārdēre, ārsī, [n/a]

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to burn, to be on fire

334

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


dēbeō, dēbēre, dēbuī, dēbitum

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to owe, ought/must/should

335

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


dēleō, dēlēre, dēlēvī, dēlētum

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to destroy

336

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


doceō, docēre, docuī, doctum

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to teach

337

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


doleō, dolēre, doluī, [n/a]

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to feel pain, to be hurt

338

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


egeō, egēre, eguī, [n/a] [+abl.]

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to lack [something abl.]

339

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to have

340

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


iaceō, iacēre, iacuī, [n/a]

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to lie down, to be inert

341

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


iubeō, iubēre, iussī, iussum

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to order somebody [acc.] to do something [inf.]

342

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


maneō, manēre, mānsī, mānsum

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to remain

343

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


moveō, movēre, mōvī, mōtum

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to move

344

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


possideō, possidēre, possēdī, possessum

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to possess

345

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


respondeō, respondēre, respondī, respōnsum

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to answer

346

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


sedeō, sedēre, sēdī, sessum

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to sit

347

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


soleō, solēre, solitus sum

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to be accustomed [+ infinitive]

348

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


studeō, studēre, studuī, [n/a] [+ dative]

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to study [dat.], to be eager for [dat.], to be interested in [dat.]

349

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


teneō, tenēre, tenuī, tentum

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to hold

350

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


timeō, timēre, timuī, [n/a]

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to fear, to be afraid

351

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to see

352

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


invideō, invidēre, invīdī, invīsum [+ dative]

SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS


to envy someone [dat.]

353

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


agō, agere, ēgī, āctum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to drive, to lead, to do, to behave

354

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


alō, alere, aluī, altum/alitum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to feed, to nourish

355

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


cadō, cadere, cecidī, cāsum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to fall

356

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


colō, colere, coluī, cultum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to worship, to cultivate

357

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


comedō, comedere, comēdī, comēsum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to eat

358

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


cōnsūmō, cōnsūmere, cōnsūmpsī, cōnsūmptum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to consume

359

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


coquō, coquere, coxī, coctum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to cook

360

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


crēdō, crēdere, crēdidī, crēditum [+ dative]

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to believe

361

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


crēscō, crēscere, crēvī, [n/a]

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to grow

362

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


currō, currere, cucurrī, cursum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to run

363

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


dēcernō, dēcernere, dēcrēvī, dēcrētum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to decide, to determine

364

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


dēscendō, dēscendere, dēscendī, dēscēnsum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to descend

365

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


dīcō, dīcere, dīxī, dictum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to say

366

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


discēdō, discēdere, discessī, discessum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to leave, to go away

367

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


dūcō, dūcere, dūxī, ductum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to lead

368

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


exstinguō, exstinguere, exstīnxī, exstīnctum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to exstinguish

369

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


fluō, fluere, flūxī, fluxum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to flow

370

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


gerō, gerere, gessī, gestum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to carry

371

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


intellegō, intellegere, intellēxī, intellēctum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to understand

372

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


legō, legere, lēgī, lēctum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to read, to choose

373

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


lūdō, lūdere, lūsī, lūsum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to play

374

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


mittō, mittere, mīsī, missum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to send

375

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


āmittō, āmittere, āmīsī, āmissum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to lose

376

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


neglegō, neglegere, neglēxī, neglēctum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to neglect

377

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


occīdō, occīdere, occīdī, occīsum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to kill

378

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


opprimō, opprimere, oppressī, oppressum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to overwhelm, to suppress

379

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


ostendō, ostendere, ostendī, ostentum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to show

380

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


petō, petere, petīvī, petītum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to seek, to head for, to go to, to rush at

381

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


pōnō, pōnere, posui, positum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to put, to place

382

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


quaerō, quaerere, quaesīvī, quaesītum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to look for, to search

383

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


relinquō, relinquere, relīqui, relictum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to leave behind, to abandon

384

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


reprehendō, reprehendere, reprehendī, reprehēnsum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to blame, to rebuke

385

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


tangō, tangere, tetigī, tāctum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to touch

386

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


terō, terere, trīvī, trītum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to wear out, to rub

387

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


tollō, tollere, sustulī, sublātum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to lift up, to raise; to destroy

388

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


vincō, vincere, vīcī, victum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to conquer, to defeat

389

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


vīvō, vīvere, vīxī, vīctum

THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS


to live

390

FOURTH CONJUGATION VERBS


audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītum

FOURTH CONJUGATION VERBS


to hear, to listen

391

FOURTH CONJUGATION VERBS


dormiō, dormīre, dormīvī, dormītum

FOURTH CONJUGATION VERBS


to sleep

392

FOURTH CONJUGATION VERBS


pūniō, pūnīre, pūnīvī, pūnītum

FOURTH CONJUGATION VERBS


to punish

393

FOURTH CONJUGATION VERBS


sciō, scīre, scīvī, scītum

FOURTH CONJUGATION VERBS


to know

394

FOURTH CONJUGATION VERBS


sentiō, sentīre, sēnsī, sēnsum

FOURTH CONJUGATION VERBS


to feel

395

FOURTH CONJUGATION VERBS


veniō, venīre, vēnī, ventum

FOURTH CONJUGATION VERBS


to come

396

FOURTH CONJUGATION VERBS


conveniō, convenīre, convēnī, conventum

FOURTH CONJUGATION VERBS


to meet

397

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


capiō, capere, cēpī, captum

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


to take, to adopt, to capture

398

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


accipīo, accipere, accēpī, acceptum

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


to accept, to receive

399

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


recipīo, recipere, recēpī, receptum

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


to take back

400

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


cōnspiciō, cōnspicere, cōnspexī, cōnspectum

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


to look at, to observe

401

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


corripiō, corripere, corripuī, correptum

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


to seize, to engulf

402

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


cupiō, cupere, cupīvī, cupītum

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


to desire, to want

403

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


ēripiō, ēripere, ēripuī, ēreptum

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


to snatch away

404

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


iaciō, iacere, iēcī, iactum

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


to throw

405

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


faciō, facere, fēcī, factum

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


to do, to make

406

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


fugiō, fugere, fūgī, [n/a]

THIRD CONJUGATION -IŌ VERBS


to flee, to run away

407

IRREGULAR VERBS


inquam

IRREGULAR VERBS


I say/said [introduces direct speech]

408

IRREGULAR VERBS


inquit

IRREGULAR VERBS


he/she says, he/she said [introduces direct speech]

409

IRREGULAR VERBS


licet (+dative +infinitive)

IRREGULAR VERBS


it is allowed, it is permitted (for someone) (to do something)

410

IRREGULAR VERBS


nōlō

IRREGULAR VERBS


not to want, to be unwilling [imperatives nōlī/nōlīte(+ infinitive) are used for negative commands]

411

IRREGULAR VERBS


possum, posse, potuī, [n/a]

IRREGULAR VERBS


to be able

412

IRREGULAR VERBS


sum, esse, fuī, [n/a]

IRREGULAR VERBS


to be

413

IRREGULAR VERBS


valē!

IRREGULAR VERBS


goodbye!