magnus, magna, magnum
Adjective, first/second declension
E.g. magnate, magnificent
Gaius Iulius Caesar
The cognomen was like a nickname, given to many Romans. Often times, they were given as an honor, such as Pompeius Magnus, "Pompey The Great". (Caesar actually means hairy!)
eo, ire, ii, itus
Irregular verb, fourth conjugation
I go, to go, I went, gone
E.g. transitive, ambient
Italia paene insulam est.
Italy is almost an island.
(Or: Italy is a peninsula.)
Noun, masculine, first declension
Adjective, third declension
--, -is, -i, -em, -e
-es, -um, -ibus, -es, -ibus
Third conjugation verb endings
Singular: Nominative, Genative, Dative, Accusative, Ablative
Plural: Nominative, Genative, Dative, Accusative, Ablative
Noun, neuter, third declension
"This is important" (literally, "Note [this] well")
LX: 50+10 = 60
IV: 5-1 = 4
The 13th day of:
January, February, April, June, August, September, November, December
The 15th day of:
March, May, July, October
"In July, October, March and May, the Ides are on the 15th day."
One of two elected co-leaders, both of whom held the power of "veto" -- the right to stop the Senate from passing an action.
E Pluribus Unum
Out of many, one
e, ex -- out of, from
pluribus -- dative plural of plus, pluris (many)
unum -- demonstrative of unus (one)
Veni, vidi, vici.
I came, I saw, I conquered.
Perfect tense, first person singular
venio, venire, veni, ventus -- come
video, videre, vidi, visus -- see
vinco, vincere, vici, victus -- conquer