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Flashcards in Running Vocab: Latin-English Deck (154):
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amō, amāre, amāvī

to love; like

2

cōgitō, cōgitāre, cōgitāvī

to think, ponder

3

dubitō, dubitāre, dubitāvī

to doubt, hesitate

4

dō, dāre, dedī

to give

5

puella, puellae, f.

"girl; girlfriend; slave girl"

6

vīta, vītae, f.

life

7

pecūnia, pecūniae, f.

money

8

patria, patriae, f.

fatherland, home country

9

culpō, culpāre, culpāvī

to blame; disapprove of; condemn

10

fēmina, fēminae, f.

woman

11

dea, deae, f.

goddess

12

fortūna, fortūnae, f.

destiny; chance; good fortune; bad fortune

13

et

and (conjunction)

14

sed

but (conjunction)

15

nōn

not (adverb)

16

declamō, declamāre, declamāvī

 

to speak publicly; to declaim

 

17

debeō, debēre, debuī

to owe; ought (+ infinitive)

 

18

via, viae, f.

street; path; route; way

19

vīlla, vīllae, f.

country house; vacation house

20

domina, dominae, f.

mistress; woman ruling over the household 

21

familia, familiae, f.

family; everyone living in a Roman household 

22

parō, parāre, parāvī

to prepare; make ready

23

vorō, vorāre, vorāvī

to eat; swallow

24

cēna, cēnae, f.

dinner; meal; supper; feast

 

25

amīca, amīcae, f.

'girlfriend'

root of: amity, amiable, amicable

26

poēta, poētae, m.

poet 

27

placeō, placēre, placuī

to please, satisfy (+ dative direct object)

 

28

prō

in front of; for the sake of, for (preposition + ablative) 

29

per

through, across, through the midst of (preposition + accusative)

30

cūr

why (interrogative)

31

rēgīna, rēgīnae, f.

queen

32

nauta, nautae, m

sailor

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cūra, cūrae, f.

concern, care, worry

34

silva, silvae, f.

forest

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īra, īrae, f.

anger, wrath, resentment

36

poena, poenae, f.

(poenam dāre)

punishment, penalty

(to pay the penalty)

37

iuvō, iuvāre, iūvī

to help, assist; support

38

spectō, spectāre, spectāvī

to look at, watch

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fīlia, fīliae, f.

 

daughter

40

puer, puerī, m.

boy

41

vir, virī, m.

man; husband

42

dominus, dominī, m.

master

43

deus, deī, m.

god

44

maneō, manēre, mānsī

to stay; to remain

45

liber, librī, m.

book

46

līber, līberī, m.

(free-born) child

47

videō, vidēre, vīdī

to see

48

ferrum, ferrī, n.

iron; weapon (any sort of iron instrument)

49

bellum, bellī, n.

war; warfare

50

rēgnum, rēgnī, n.

kingdom

51

aut

aut ... aut

or

either ... or

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nec

neque ... neque

not; and not

neither ... nor

53

egō

'I'

(nominative, singular, 1st person pronoun)

54

'me'

(accusative OR ablative singular, first person pronoun)

55

mihi

'me'

(dative singular, first person pronoun)

56

meī

'my/mine'

(genitive singular, first person pronoun)

57

'you'

(nominative, singular, second person pronoun)

 

58

'you'

(accusative OR ablative singular, second person pronoun)

59

tibi

'you'

(dative singular, second person pronoun)

60

tuī

'your/yours'

(genitive singular, second person pronoun)

61

dōnum, dōnī, n.

gift; present

62

agricola, agricolae, m.

farmer

63

cibus, cibī, m.

food, victuals (a fun, old-fashioned word for food)

64

animus, animī, m.

soul; mind; intellect

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anima, animae, f.

breath; breath of life; soul

66

verbum, verbī, n.

word

67

pūgnō, pūgnāre, pūgnāvī

to fight; quarrel with

(+ dative direct object, or cum + ablative)

68

moveō, movēre, mōvī

to move, set in motion

69

māgnus, māgna, māgnum

great; big; large

70

grātus, -a, -um

pleasing; pleasant; agreeable

(+ dative: agreeable to someone)

71

multus, -a, -um

many; much

72

unus, una, unum

one

73

duō, duae, duō

two

74

trēs, trēs, tria

three

75

quattor (indeclinable)

four

76

quīnque (indeclinable)

five

77

sex (indeclinable)

six

78

septem (indeclinable)

seven

79

octō (indeclinable)

eight

80

novem (indeclinable)

nine

81

decem (indeclinable)

ten

82

prīmus, prīma, prīmum

first

83

secundus, secunda, secundum

second; following; favorable

84

tertius, tertia, tertium

third

85

quārtus, quārta, quārtum

fourth

86

quintus, quinta, quintum

fifth

87

sextus, sexta, sextum

sixth

88

septimus, septima, septimum

seventh

89

octāvus, octāva, octāvum

eighth

90

nōnus, nōna, nōnum

ninth

91

decimus, decima, decimum

tenth

92

vīgintī

twenty

93

centum

100

94

mīlle

1,000

95

quot (interrog. adv.)

how many?

96

-ne (interrogative enclitic particle)

(added to the end of the first word in a sentence to show that a 'yes/no' question is being asked)

97

semel (adv.)

once

98

bis (adv.)

twice

99

cēterus, -a, -um

(et cetera)

the rest, the others

(and the rest)

100

parvus, -a, -um

small

101

laetus, -a, -um

happy

102

suus, -a, -um

his/her/its/their own

(reflexive possessive adjective)

103

meus, mea, meum

my (own)

104

tuus, tua, tuum

your (own)

105

fabula, -ae, f.

story, tale

106

discipulus, -ī, m.

student, pupil

107

cūrō, cūrāre, cūrāvī

to take care of

108

narrō, narrāre, narrāvī

to narrate, to tell

109

doceō, docēre, docuī

to teach

110

teneō, tenēre, tenuī

to hold, to keep

111

laudō, laudāre, laudāvī

to praise

112

quoque

also, too, as well

113

semper

always (adverb)

114

iam

now; already (adverb)

* use 'already' when the verb is in the perfect tense *

115

sedeō, sedēre, sēdī

to sit

116

equus, equī, m.

horse

117

quī

Relative Pronoun

masculine, nominative, singular OR plural

118

quae

Relative Pronoun

feminine, nominative, singular OR plural

OR

neuter, nominative, plural

119

quod (not the conjunction!)

Relative Pronoun

neuter, nominative singular

120

triclinium, tricliniī, n.

dining room

 

121

cubiculum, cubiculī, n.

bedroom

122

implūvium, implūviī, n.

a little pool for catching rainwater located in the atrium

123

larārium, larāriī, n.

shrine to the household gods located in the atrium

124

ātrium, ātriī, n.

reception hall

125

quis

who?

(masc./fem. interrogative pronoun)

126

quid

what?

(neut. interrogative pronoun)

127

noster, nostra, nostrum

our

128

vester, vestra, vestrum

your (plural)

129

in (+ acc. OR + abl.)

in (+ abl.); into (+ acc.)

130

ex (+ abl.)

out of

131

quamquam

although (conjunction)

132

if (conjunction)

133

terreō, terrēre, terruī

to terrify, frighten

134

timeō, timēre, timuī

to be afraid (of)

135

cīvis, cīvis, m.

a citizen

136

cupiō, cupere, cupīvī (+ inf.)

to desire; want

137

dē (+ abl.)

about; down from

138

iuvenis, iuvenis, m./f.

a young person

139

māter, matris, f.

mother

140

pater, patris, m.

father

141

post (+ acc.)

behind; after

142

rēx, regis, m.

king

143

senex, senis, m.

old man, geezer

144

servus, servī, m.

slave

145

dīcō, dīcere, dīxī

to say, tell

146

cotīdiē

every day

147

frāter, fratris, m.

brother

148

homō, hominis, m.

human, man

149

quaerō, quaerere, quaesīvī

to seek, look for

150

senator, senatōris, m.

senator

151

soror, sorōris, f.

sister

152

urbs, urbis, f.

city

153

veniō, venīre, vēnī

to come; arrive at

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vīvō, vīvere, vīxī

to live