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1

Young, youthful

Adulescens -entis

2

Someone, something; anyone, anything

Aliquis, aliquid
Quis, quid
Pronoun

3

Some, any

Aliqui, aliqua, aliquod
Qui, qua, quod
Adjective

4

Swift

Celer, celeris, celere

5

Two

Duo, duae, duo

6

Be made, be done, happen, become (serves as the passive for facio)

Fio, fieri, factus sum

7

Yesterday

Heri
Adverb

8

Here

Hic
Adverb

9

There

Illic
Adverb

10

Angry

Iratus -a -um

11

Right, law

Ius, iuris
N

12

Legate, envoy

Legatus -i
M

13

No one

Nemo, neminis
M/F

14

Oration, speech

Oratio -onis
F

15

Almost

Paene
Adverb

16

Common people

Plebs, plebis
F

17

Someone, something; anyone, anything (used with a negative/virtual negative)

Quisquam, quidquam/quicquam
Pronoun

18

Each one, each thing, everyone, everything

Quisque, quidque/quicque
Pronoun

19

Each, every

Quique, quaeque, quodque
Adjective

20

(To) where

Quo
Adverb

21

Skilled, expert

Sollers, sollertis

22

Use, advantage, enjoyment

Usus -us
M

23

Hardly, scarcely

Vix
Adverb

24

Admiration

Admiratio -onis
F

25

so, so much, so far

adeo
(adverb)

26

mind, rational spirit, soul

animus -i
M

27

authority

auctoritas, auctoritatis
F

28

or

aut
(conj)

29

either...or

aut...aut

30

Carthage

Carthago, Carthaginis
F

31

worthy, deserving, suitable

dignus -a -um
+ablative

32

unworthy, unsuitable

indignus -a -um
+ablative

33

plain, grief, sorrow

dolor, doloris
M

34

even

etiam
(Adverb)

35

to this place

huc
(adverb)

36

to that place, up to that time

illuc
(adverb)

37

between, among

inter
(prep + accusative)

38

so, in this way

ita
(adverb)

39

only; just, just now

modo
(Adverb)

40

known, well-know, customary

notus -a -um

41

messenger, message

nuntius -i
M

42

recently

nuper
(adverb)

43

mouth, expression

os, oris
N

44

little, small

paulus -a -um
(compares irregularly: minor, minus; minimus -a -um)

45

peace

pax, pacis
F

46

of what kind, what kind of

qualis -e

47

old

senex, senis

48

sic

so, in this way
(adverb)

49

such, of such a sort

talis -e

50

such...as

talis...qualis

51

weather, storm, season

tempestas, tempestatis
F

52

across, on the other side of

trans
(prep + accusative)

53

then, at that time

tum or tunc
(Adverb)

54

everywhere, anywhere, wherever

ubique
(adverb)

55

truth

veritas, veritatis
F

56

absent

absens, absentis

57

before

antequam
(conjunction)

58

disaster, calamity

calamitas, calamitatis
F

59

against, facing; opposite, in opposition, in turn

contra
(prep + accusative; adverb)

60

when, since, although

cum
(conjunction)

61

while, until, as long as

donec
(conjunction)

62

while, until, as long as; if only, provided that

dum
(conj)

63

if only, provided that

dummodo
(conj)

64

although, even if

etsi
(conjunction) +indicative

65

small

exiguus -a -um

66

chance

fors, fortis, -ium
F

67

lightning, flash, brightness

fulgor, fulgoris
M

68

pleasing

gratus -a -um
+dative

69

therefore

igitur
(postpositive conjunction)

70

nature, talent, disposition, natural quality

ingenium -i
N

71

hostility

inimicitia -ae
F

72

sometimes

interdum
(Adverb)

73

judge, jury (pl)

iudex, iudicis
M

74

trial, judgement, decision

iudicium -i
N

75

memory

memoria -ae
F

76

if only, provided that

modo
(conjunction)

77

nowhere

nusquam
(adverb)

78

nurse

nutrix, nutricis
F

79

all in all, as a whole, entirely

omnino
(adverb)

80

before

priusquam
(conj)

81

although

quamvis (conj.) +subjunctive

82

as if, as it were

quasi (conj)

83

indeed

quidem (Adv)

84

not even

ne...quidem (enclosing the words they emphasize

85

as long as, as far as, until

quoad (conj.)
(takes the same construction as dum and donec)

86

since

quoniam (conj)
(+indicative)

87

as soon as

simul ac/atque (conj)
(+indicative)

88

sleep, dream

somnus -i
M

89

when

ubi (conj)

90

Ne...quidem

Not even

91

Opposite, hostile, advers

Adversus -a -um

92

Belonging to another, strange, out of place

Alienus -a -um

93

Cause, reason

Causa -ae
F

94

For the sake of

Causa (preceded by the genitive)

95

Daily

Cottidie/cotidie
Adverb

96

Fitting, suitable; handsome

Decorus -a -um

97

In vain

Frustra
Adverb

98

Weak, unhealthy

Infirmus -a -um

99

Law

Lex, legis
F

100

Freely, willingly, gladly

Libenter
Adverb

101

Necessary

Necesse
Adjective

102

Writer

Scriptor, scriptoris
M

103

Fond of, partial to, studious

+ genitive
Studiosus -a -um

104

Useful, beneficial

Utilis -e

105

Or

Vel
Conjunction

106

Either...or

Vel...vel

107

Old

Vetus, veteris

108

Time of life, age, life

Aetas, aetatis
F

109

Speed, swiftness

Celeritas, celeritatis
F

110

Finally, at last

Denique
Adverb

111

Doubtful

Dubius -a -um

112

Doubt, hesitation

Dubium -i
N

113

Grove, wood

Nemus, nemoris
N

114

A going down, setting; downfall, ruin

Obitus, obitus
M

115

Rising, source

Ortus, ortus
M

116

Quin

(Conjunction)
But that, that not (used after expressions of prevention, negative doubting etc.)

117

Quominus

Conjunction
By which the less, that not, from
(Used in positive lr negative clauses of prevention)

118

Rod, ray

Radius, radii
M

119

Religious awe, reverence, integrity, sanctity

Religio, religionis
F

120

Remaining; rest of

Reliquus -a -um

121

Back

Tergum -i
N

122

Foul, ugly

Turpis -e

123

Together, at the same time

Una
Adverb

124

As (a small denomination of money)

As, assis, -ium
M

125

Honor, distinction, office

Honor, honoris
M

126

Nothing

Nihilum, -i
N

127

Number

Numerus, -i
M

128

Price; value

Pretium, -i
N

129

Battle, fight

Pugna, -ae
F

130

But if

Quod si