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alius, -a, -ud (note that the neuter nom. and acc. end in -ud, not -um)

other, another

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alius...alius

one...another

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aliī...aliī

some...others

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alter, altera, alterum

the other (of two)

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apud (prep. + acc.)

at, near, among; at the house of; in the works of

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ars, artis, -ium, F.

skill, art

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audācia, -ae, F.

boldness, courage

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audāx, audācis

bold, courageous

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auxilium, -ī, N.

aid

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certus, -a, -um

certain, sure

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incertus, -a, -um

uncertain, unsure

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coepī, coepisse, coeptus

began (defective verb; it occurs only in perfect system)

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custōs, -ōdis, M.

guardian

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doceō, -ēre, docuī, doctus

teach (+ acc. & + acc.)

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errō (1)

wander, err

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ferō, ferre, tulī, lātus

bring, carry, bear, endure; (in 3rd person) say, report

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afferō, afferre, attulī, allātus

bring to, present

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auferō, auferre, abstulī, ablātus

carry away

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cōnferō, cōnferre, contulī, collātus

bring together, collect; compare

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sē cōnferre

take oneself (i.e., to a place), go

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dēferō, dēferre, dētulī, dēlātus

bring away, bring down, offer; report

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differō, differre, distulī, dilātus

differ

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efferō, efferre, extulī, ēlātus

carry out; bring forth

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īnferō, īnferre, intulī, illātus

carry into; inflict

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offerō, offerre, obtulī, oblātus

bring before; offer; expose

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referō, referre, rettulī, relātus

bring back, report

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sufferō, sufferre, sustulī, sublātus

undergo, endure

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figūra, -ae, F.

figure, form, shape

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foedus, foederis, N.

pact, treaty, agreement, covenant

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fugīo, -ere, fūgī, fugitus

flee

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fuga, -ae, F.

flight

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gaudium, ī, N.

joy

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gēns, gentis, -ium, F.

race, people

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iam (adv.)

up to now, by this time, already (past tense); now (present tense); soon (future tense)

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iter, itineris, N.

journey, route

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iungō, -ere, iūnxī, iūnctus

join

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coniūnx, coniugis, M. or F.

husband, wife, spouse

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mōs, mōris, M.

custom; pl., character

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negō (1)

deny, say no (opposite of aiō)

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neuter, neutra, neutrum

neither

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nūllus, -a, -um

no, none

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orbis, orbis, -ium, M.

ring, orb, circle

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orbis terrārum

circle of lands; the world

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pars, partis, -ium, F.

part

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propter (prep. + acc.)

on account of, because of

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quantus, -a, -um

how much, how great (used correlatively with tantus, -a, -um)

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quot (indeclinable adj).

how many (used correlatively with tot)

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signum, ī, N.

signal, sign

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sōl, sōlis, M.

sun

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sōlus, -a, -um

alone, only

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tantus, -a, -um

so much, so great (used correlatively with quantus, -a, -um)

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tantus...quantus, quantus...tantus

as (so) much...as; as (so) great...as

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temptō (1)

try, attempt

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tot (indeclinable adj.)

so many (used correlatively with quot)

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tot...quot, quot...tot

as many...as

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tōtus, -a, -um

all, whole

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ūllus, -a, -um

any

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ūnus, -a, -um

one, alone

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uter, utra, utrum

which (of two)

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virtūs, -tūtis, F.

manliness, courage, excellence, virtue

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other, another

alius, -a, -ud (note that the neuter nom. and acc. end in -ud, not -um)

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one...another

alius...alius

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some...others

aliī...aliī

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the other (of two)

alter, altera, alterum

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at, near, among; at the house of; in the works of

apud (prep. + acc.)

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skill, art

ars, artis, -ium, F.

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boldness, courage

audācia, -ae, F.

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bold, courageous

audāx, audācis

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aid

auxilium, -ī, N.

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certain, sure

certus, -a, -um

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uncertain, unsure

incertus, -a, -um

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began (defective verb; it occurs only in perfect system)

coepī, coepisse, coeptus

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guardian

custōs, -ōdis, M.

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teach (+ acc. & + acc.)

doceō, -ēre, docuī, doctus

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wander, err

errō (1)

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bring, carry, bear, endure; (in 3rd person) say, report

ferō, ferre, tulī, lātus

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bring to, present

afferō, afferre, attulī, allātus

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carry away

auferō, auferre, abstulī, ablātus

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bring together, collect; compare

cōnferō, cōnferre, contulī, collātus

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take oneself (i.e., to a place), go

sē cōnferre

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bring away, bring down, offer; report

dēferō, dēferre, dētulī, dēlātus

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differ

differō, differre, distulī, dilātus

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carry out; bring forth

efferō, efferre, extulī, ēlātus

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carry into; inflict

īnferō, īnferre, intulī, illātus

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bring before; offer; expose

offerō, offerre, obtulī, oblātus

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bring back, report

referō, referre, rettulī, relātus

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undergo, endure

sufferō, sufferre, sustulī, sublātus

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figure, form, shape

figūra, -ae, F.

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pact, treaty, agreement, covenant

foedus, foederis, N.

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flee

fugīo, -ere, fūgī, fugitus

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flight

fuga, -ae, F.

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joy

gaudium, ī, N.

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race, people

gēns, gentis, -ium, F.

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up to now, by this time, already (past tense); now (present tense); soon (future tense)

iam (adv.)

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journey, route

iter, itineris, N.

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join

iungō, -ere, iūnxī, iūnctus

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husband, wife, spouse

coniūnx, coniugis, M. or F.

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custom; pl., character

mōs, mōris, M.

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deny, say no (opposite of aiō)

negō (1)

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neither

neuter, neutra, neutrum

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no, none

nūllus, -a, -um

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ring, orb, circle

orbis, orbis, -ium, M.

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circle of lands; the world

orbis terrārum

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part

pars, partis, -ium, F.

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on account of, because of

propter (prep. + acc.)

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how much, how great (used correlatively with tantus, -a, -um)

quantus, -a, -um

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how many (used correlatively with tot)

quot (indeclinable adj).

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signal, sign

signum, ī, N.

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sun

sōl, sōlis, M.

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alone, only

sōlus, -a, -um

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so much, so great (used correlatively with quantus, -a, -um)

tantus, -a, -um

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as (so) much...as; as (so) great...as

tantus...quantus, quantus...tantus

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try, attempt

temptō (1)

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so many (used correlatively with quot)

tot (indeclinable adj.)

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as many...as

tot...quot, quot...tot

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all, whole

tōtus, -a, -um

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any

ūllus, -a, -um

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one, alone

ūnus, -a, -um

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which (of two)

uter, utra, utrum

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manliness, courage, excellence, virtue

virtūs, -tūtis, F.