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1

valë

goodbye, farewell

2

moneo, monëre, monui, monitum

to remind, advise, warn

2

3

valeo, valëre, valui, valiturum

to be strong, have power, be well

2

4

servo, servare, servavi, servatum

to save, keep, preserve, gaurd

1

5

salveo, salvëre

to be well, in good health

2

6

conservo, conservare, conservavi, conservatum

(stronger) to save, conserve, maintain

1

7

nihil

nothing

ind. noun

8

cogito, cogitare, cogitavi, cogitatum

to think, ponder, consider, plan

1

9

do, dare, dedi, datum

to give, offer

1 irreg

dat

10

amo, amare, amavi, amatum

to love, like

1

11

debeo, debëre debui, debitum

to owe, ought, must

2

12

erro, errare, erravi, erratum

to err, wander, go astray

1

13

laudo, laudare, laudavi, laudatum

to praise

1

14

quid

what

pronoun

15

me, myself

Pronoun

16

non

not

adverb

17

voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatum

to call, summon

1

18

amabo te

please

idiom

19

salvë, salvéte

hello, greetings

20

5 principle parts of verb

person

#

tense

mood 

voice

21

saepe

often

adverb

22

video, vidëre, vidi, visum

to see, observe, understand

2

23

si

if

conjuction

24

terreo, terrë, terrui, territum

to frighten, terrify

2

25

antiqua, antiquae

ancient, old time

adj.

26

poena

poenae

penalty, punishment

f.

1

27

et

and, even

conjunction

28

sine

without

preposition

abl.

29

multa, multae

much, many

adj.

30

vita, vitae

life, mode of life

f.

1

31

forma, formae

form, shape, beauty

f.

1

32

poenas dare

to pay the penalty 

idiom

33

sententia, sententiae

feeling, thought, opinion, vote, sentence

f.

1

34

fortuna, fortunae

fortune, luck

f.

1

35

mea, meae

my

adj.

36

sed

but

conj.

37

tua, tuae

your 

adj.

38

est

is

39

porta, portae

gate, entrance

f.

1

40

pecunia, pecuniae

money

f.

1

41

O

O! (used w/ vocative)

interjection

42

puella, puellae

girl

f.

1

43

rosa, rosae

rose

f.

1

44

magna, manae

large, great, important

adj.

45

fama, famae

rumor, report, fame, reputation

f.

1

46

poeta, poetae

poet

m.

1

47

ira, irae

ire, anger

f.

1

48

nauta, nautae

sailor

m.

1

49

et....et...

both....and....

50

philosophia, philosophiae

philosophy

f.

1

51

patria, patriae

fatherland, native land, (one's) country

f.

1

52

ager, agri

field, farm

m.

2

53

agricola, agricolae

farmer

m.

1

54

amica, amicae

friend

f.

1

55

amicus, amici

friend

m.

2

56

femina, fiminae 

woman

f.

1

57

filia, filiae

daughter

f.

1

58

filiabus

dat. and abl. daughter

f.

1

59

filius, filii

son

m.

2

60

numerus, numeri

number

m.

2

61

populus, populi

the people, a people, a nation

m.

2

62

puer, pueri

boy (pl. boys, children)

m.

2

63

sapientia, sapientiae

wisdom

f.

1

64

vir, viri

man, hero

m.

2

65

avarus

greedy

m.

adj.

66

avara

greedy

f.

adj

67

pauci

few, a few

m.

adj.

68

paucae

few, a few

f.

adj.

69

Romanus

Roman

m.

adj

70

Romana

Roman

f.

adj

71

de

down from, from, about, concerning

72

in

[stationary]

in, on [stationary]

abl.

73

hodie

today

adv. 

74

semper

always

adv. 

75

habeo, habëre, habui, habitum

to have, hold, possess, consider, regard

2nd

76

satio, satiare, satiavi, satiatum 

to satisfy

1st

77

basium, basii 

kiss

n.

2

78

bellum, belli

war

n.

2

79

consilium, consilii

plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgment, wisdom

n.

2

80

cura, curae

care, attention, caution, anxiety

f.

1

81

donum, doni

gift, present

n.

2

82

exitium, exitii

destruction, ruin

n.

2

83

magister, magistri

teacher

m.

2

84

magistra, magistrae

teacher

f.

1

85

mora, morae

delay

f.

1

86

nihil

nothing

n.

INDECLINABLE

87

oculus, oculi

eye

m.

2

88

officium, officii

duty, service

n.

2

89

otium, otii 

leisure, peace

n.

2

90

periculum, periculi

danger, risk, peril

n.

2

91

remedium, remidii

cure, remedy

n.

2

92

bellus, bella, bellum

pretty, handsome, charming, strapping

adj.

93

bonus, -a, -um

good, kind

adj.

94

humanus, -a, -um

pertaining to man, human

adj. 

95

malus, -a, -um

bad, evil, wicked

adj.

96

parvus, parva, parvum

small, little

adj

97

sultus, -a, -um

foolish

adj.

98

verus, a, um

true, real, proper

adj.

99

iuvo, iuvare, iuvi, iutum

to help, aid, assist

1st

100

sum, esse, fui, futurum

to be, exsist

iregular

101

adulescentia, adulescentiae

youth, young manhood, youthfulness

f.

1

102

animus, animi

soul, spirit, mind

m.

2

103

animi, animorum

courage, pride, high spirits

m.

2

104

caelum, caeli

sky, heaven

n.

2

105

culpa, culpae

fault, blame

f.

1

106

gloria, gloriae

glory, fame

f.

1

107

verbum, verbi

word

n.

2

108

te

you, yourself

abl. & acc. sg

109

liber, libera, liberum

free

adj.

110

noster, -a, -um

our, ours

adj

111

pulcher, -a, -um

112

sanus, sana, sanum

sound healthy, sane

adj.

113

igitur

therefore, consequently

conjunction

postpositive 

114

-ne

indicates question

115

propter

on account of, because of

preposition

acc. 

116

cras

tomorrow

adv.

117

heri

yesterday

adv.

118

quando

when

interrogative

119

satis

enough, sufficient (ly)

noun, adj, & adv.

indeclinable

120

tum

then, at that time, therupon, in the next place

adv. 

121

ceno, cenare, canavi, canatum 

to dine

1

122

culpo, culpare, culpavi, culpatum

to blame

1

123

remaneo, remanëre, remansi, remansum

to remain, stay, stay behind, abide, continue

2

124

maneo, manëre, mansi, mansum

to remain, stay, stay behind, abide, continue

2

125

supero, superare, superavi, superatum

to be above, overcome, conquer, have the upper hand, surpass 

1

126

dea, deae 

goddess

f. 

1

127

deabus

goddess

f.

dat. and abl. pl. 

128

deus, dei

god

m.

2

129

discipula, ciscipulae 

student, learner, disciple

f.

1

130

discipulus, discipuli

student, learner, disciple

m.

2

131

insidiae, insidiarum

treachery, ambush, plot

always pl.

f.

1

132

liber, libri

book

m.

2

133

tyrannus, tyranni 

tyrant

m.

2

134

vitium, vitii 

vice, fault, crime

n.

2

135

Graecus, i

a Greek

m.

2

136

Graecus, Graeca, Graecum

Greek

adj.

137

perpetuus, -a, -um

perpetual, lasting, uninterrupted, continuous

adj.

138

plenus, -a, -um

full, abundant, generous

adj

139

salvus, -a, -um

safe, sound

140

secundus, -a, -um

second, favorably

141

vester, vestra, vestrum

your, yours

adj.

142

____   ___-que

____ & ____

143

ubi

where, when

144

ibi

there

145

nunc

now, at present

146

quare

therefore, wherefore, why, because of which thing 

147

possum, posse, potui

to be able, can, could, have power to

verb (irregular)

148

tolero, tolerare, toleravi, toleratum 

to bear, endure, tolerate

1

149

amor, amoris

love

m.

3

150

carmen, carminis

song, poem

n.

3

151

cavitas, civitatis

state, citizenship

f.

3

152

corpus, corporis

body

n.

3

153

homo, hominis

human being, man

m.

3

154

labor, laboris

labor, work, loil, a work, production 

m.

3

155

littera, litterae

a letter of alphabet

f.

1

156

litterae, litterarum

a letter (mail), literature

f.

157

mos, moris

habit, custom, manner

m.

3

158

mores, morum

habits, morals, character

m.

3

159

nomen, nominis

name

n.

3

160

pax, pacis

peace

f.

3

161

regina, reginae

queen

f.

1

162

rex, regis

king

m.

3

163

tempus, temporis 

time, occasion, opportunity

n.

3

164

terra, terrae

earth, ground, land, country

f.

1

165

uxor, uxoris

wife

f.

3

166

virgo, viginis

maiden, virgin

f. 

3

167

vertus, vertutis

virtue, manliness, courage, excellence, character, worth

f.

3

168

novus, -a, -um

new, strange

adj

169

post

after

prep.

acc.

170

sub

under, up under, close

prep

abl. if no motion

acc. if motion

171

audeo, audere, ausus sum

to dare

2

172

neco, necare, necavi, necatum

to kill, murder 

1

173

Cicero, Ciceronis

Cicero

m.

3

174

copia, copiae

abundance, suppy

f.

1

175

copiae, copiarum

troops, forces, supplies

176

frater, fratris 

brother

m.

3

177

laus, laudis

praise, glory, fame

f.

3

178

libertas, libertatis

liberty

f.

3

179

ratio, rationis

reason, judgment, consideration, system, account, reckoning, method

f.

3

180

scriptor, scriptoris

writer, author

m.

3

181

soror, sororis

sister

f.

3

182

victoria, victoriae

victory

f.

1

183

dum

while, as long as, at the same time that (+subj.), until

conj.

184

ad

to, up to, near to

prep.

acc.

185

ex or ë

out of, from, from within, by reason of, on acct of, of

prep

abl.

186

numquam

never

adv

187

tamen

still, nevertheless

adv

188

ago, agere, egi, actum

to drive, lead, do, act, pass, spend

189

gratias ag(ere) + dat.

to give thanks to ___

190

demonstro, demonstrare, demonstravi, demonstratum

to show, demonstrate, point out

1

191

disco, discere, didici

to learn

3

192

doceo, docëre, docui, doctum

to teach

2

193

duco, ducere, duxi, ductum

to lead, consider, regard, prolong

3

194

gero, gerere, gessi, gestum

to carry, carry on, wage, conduct, manage, accomplish, perform

3

195

scribo, scribere, scripsi, scriptum

to write, compose

3

196

traho, trahere, traxi, tractum

to draw, drag, derive, acquire

3

197

vinco, vincere, vici, victum

to conquer, overcome

3

198

unus, una, unum

one, single, alone

adj.

UNAS NAUTA

199

ullus, ulla, ullum

any

adj.

UNAS NAUTA

200

nimis, nimium

too, too much, excessively

adv

201

alius, alia, aliud 

other, another

adj.

UNAS NAUTA 

202

ille, illa, illud

that, the former, the famous

when used alone functions as pronoun (he, she, it, they)

203

morbus, morbi

disease, sickness

m.

2

204

loca, locorum

places, region

n.

2

205

hic, haec, hoc

this, the later

SOMETIMES [when used alone] = he, she, it, they

206

nullus, nulla, nullum

not any, no, none

adj.

UNAS NEUTER

207

totus, tota, totum

whole, entire

adj

UNAS NAUTA

208

in [movement]

into, toward, against [movement]

prep + acc.

209

alter, altera, alterum

the other (of 2), second

adj.

UNAS NAUTA

210

loci, locorum

passages in literature 

m.

2

211

studium, studii

pursuit, study, eagerness

n.

2

212

neuter, neutra, neutrum

neither, not either

adj.

UNAS NEUTER

213

iste, ista, istud

that, that of yours (-), such

 

pronoun when alone (he, she, it, they)

214

uter, utra, utrum

either, which (of two)

adj

2

215

enim

for, in fact, truly

postpositive conj.

216

solus, sola, solum

alone, only, the only

adj.

UNAS NAUTA

217

locus, loci 

place, passage in literature

m.

2

218

amicitia, amicitiae 

friendship

f.

1

219

cupiditas, cupiditatis 

desire, longing, passion 

f.

3

220

hora, horae

hour, time

f.

1

221

natura, naturae

nature

f.

1

222

senectus, senectutis

old age

f.

3

223

timor, timoris

fear

m.

3

224

veritas, veritatis

truth

f.

3

225

via, viae

way, road, street

f.

1

226

voluptas, voluptatis 

pleasure

f.

3

227

beatus, beata, beatum

happy, fotunate, blessed

adj. 

2

228

quoniam

since, inasmuch as

conj.

229

cum

with

prep.

abl.

230

audio, audire, audivi, auditum

to hear, listen to

4

231

capio, capere, cepi, captum

to take, capture, seize, get

3

232

dico, dicere, dixi, dictum

to say, tell, speak, name, call

3

233

facio, facere, faci, factum

to make, do, accomplish

3

234

fugio, fugere, fugi, fugiturum 

to flee, hurry away, avoid, shun, escape, go into exile

3

235

venio, venire, veni, ventum

to come

4

236

invenio, invenire, inveni, inventum

to come upon, find

4

237

vivo, vivere, vixi, victum

to live

3

238

caput, capitis

head, leader, beginning, life, heading, chapter

n.

3

239

consul, consulis

consul (elected leader)

m.

3

240

nemo, nullius 

no one, no body

241

ego, mei

I

242

tu, tua

you

243

is, ea, id

this, that, he, she, it

244

idem, eadem, idem

the same 

demonstrative

245

amicus, amica, amicum

friendly

adj

2

246

carus, cara, carum

dear

adj

2

247

quod

because

conj.

248

neque, nec

not, nor

conj.

249

neque....neque

nec...nec

neither....nor....

conj.

250

autem

however, moreover

postpositive conj.

251

bene

well, satisfactorily, quite

adv.

252

etiam

even, also

adv

253

intellego, intellegere, intellexi, intellectum

to understand

3

254

mitto, mittere, misi, missum

to send, let go

3

255

sentio, sentire, sensi, sensum

to feel, perceive, think, experience

4

256

adulescens, adulescentis

young man/woman

m. & f. 

3

257

annus, anni 

year

m.

2

258

Asia

Asia, ae

f. 

1

259

Caesar, Caesaris

Caesar

m. 

3

260

mater, matris

mother

f.

3

261

medicus, medici

medica, medicae 

doctor, physician

m. & f. respectively

2 & 1 respectively 

262

pater, patris 

father

m. 

3

263

patientia, patientiae 

suffering, patience, endurance 

f.

1

264

principium, principuii

beginning

n.

2

265

acerbus, acerba, acerbum

harsh, bitter, grievous

adj.

266

pro

in front of, before, on behalf of, for the sake of, in return for, instead of, for, as

prep.

abl.

267

diu

long, for a long time

adv.

268

nuper

recently

adv

269

amitto, amittere, amisi, amissum

to lose, let go

3

270

cado, cadëre, cecidi, casurum 

to fall

2

271

creo, creare, creavi, creatum 

to create

1

272

divitiae, divitiarum 

riches, wealth

f.

PL ONLY!

273

ipse, ipsa, ipsum

myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, the very, the actual

intensive pronoun

274

per

through

acc.

275

sui

himself, herself, itself, themselves

reflexive pronoun

276

suus, sua, suum

his own, her own, its own, their own

reflexive possessive adj. in 3rd pers.

277

fortunatus, a, um

lucky, fortunate, happy

278

diligo, diligere, dilixi, dilectum

to esteem, love

3rd

279

ante

before, in front of

acc.

280

sto, stare, steti, statum

to stand, stand still/firm

1

281

doctus, a, um

taught, learned, skilled

282

iungo, iungere, iunxi, iunctum

to join

3

283

olim

at that time, once, formerly, in the future

adv.

284

nam

for

conj.

285

alo, alere, alui, altum

to nourish, support, sustain, increase, cherish

3rd

286

signum, signi

sign, signal, indication, seal

n.

287

quisque, quidque

each one, each person, each thing

indefinite pronoun

288

factum, facti

deed, act, achievement

n.

289

animal, animalis

a living creature, animal

n.

y

290

aqua, aquae

water

f.

n

291

ars, artis

art, skill

f.

y

292

auris, auris

ear

f.

y

293

civis, civis

citizen

m & f

y

294

ius, iuris

right, justice, law

n.

n

295

mare, maris

sea

n.

y

296

mors, mortis

death

f.

y

297

nubes, nubis

cloud

f.

y

298

os, oris

mouth, face

n.

y

299

pars, partis

part, share, direction

f.

y

300

roma, romae

Rome

f.

n

301

turba, turbae

uproar, disturbance, mob, crowd, multitute

f.

n

302

urbs, urbis

city

f.

y

303

vis, vis

force, power, violence

f.

SG. ONLY

y

304

vires, virium (pl of vis)

strength

f.

y

305

a, ab

from, away from, by

abl.

306

trans

across

acc.

307

apello, apellare, apellavi, apellatum

to speak to, address (as), call, name

1

308

curro, currere, cucurri, cursum

to run, rush, move quickly

3

309

muto, mutare, mutavi, mutatum

to change, alter, exchange

1

310

teneo, tenëre, tenui, tentum

to hold, keep, possess, restrain

2

311

vito, vitare, vitavi, vitatum

to avoid, shun

1

312

memoria, memoriae

memory, recollection

f.

1

313

quinquaginta

50

cardinal

314

primus, a, um

first

ordinal

315

viginti

20

cardinal

316

milia, milium

thousands

n.

3rd (i stem)

317

decimus, a, um

10th

ordinal

318

unus, a, um

one 

cardinal

319

timeo, timere, timui

to fear, be afraid of, be afraid

2

320

sex

6

cardinal

321

octoginta

80

cardinal

322

iacio, iacere, ieci, iactum

to throw, hurl

3

323

undecimus

11th

ordinal

324

mille

1,000

cardinal

325

quindedecim

15

cardinal

326

x

10

327

sedecim

16

cardinal

328

tertius, a, um

third

ordinal

329

quartus, a, um

4th

ordinal

330

secundas, a, um

second

ordinal

331

inter

between, among

prep

acc

332

novem

9

cardinal

333

tres, tres, tria

3

cardinal

334

triginta

30

cardinal

335

duodecimus, a, um

12th

ordinal

336

quattouordecim

14 cardinal

337

L

50

338

itaque

and so, therefore

adv

339

quadraginta

40

cardinal

340

v

5

341

duo, a, um

two

cardinal

342

duodeviginti

18

cardinal

343

quattuor

4

cardinal

344

septendecim

17

cardinal

345

septem

7

cardinal

346

M

1,000

347

octavus, a, um

8th

ordinal

348

septimus, a, um

7th 

ordinal

349

tempestas, tempestatis

period of time, season, weather, storm

f.

3

350

C

100

351

committo, committere, commisi, commisum

to entrust, commit

3rd

352

Italia, Italiae

Italy

f.

1

353

octo

8

cardinal

354

vice(n)simus, a, um

20th

ordinal

355

undeviginti

19

cardinal

356

undecim

11

cardinal

357

sexaginta

60

cardinal

358

I

1

359

sextus, a, um

6th

ordinal

360

nonus, a, um

9th

ordinal

361

tredecim

13

cardinal

362

centum

100

cardinal

363

quintus, a, um

fifth 

ordinal

364

quinque

5

cardinal

365

eicio, eicere, eieci, eiectum

to throw out, drive out

3

366

duodecim

12

cardinal

367

nonaginta

90

cardinal

368

exspecto, exspectare, exspectavi, exspectatum

to look for, expect, await

1

369

septuaginta

70

cardinal

370

trice(n)simus, a, um

30th

ordinal

371

decem

10

cardinal

372

miser, misera, miserum

wretched, miserable, unfortunate

adj.

373

tertius decimus, a, um

13th

ordinal

374

facilis, facile

easy, agreeable

adj

3

2 ending

375

clementia, clementiae

mildness, gentleness, mercy

f.

1

376

potens, potentis (gen)

powerful, strong, able, mighty

adj

3

1 ending

377

brevis, breve

short, small, brief

adj

3

2 endings

378

senex, senis (gen)

old, aged, old man

adj OR noun!!!

3

1 ending

379

auditor, auditoreis

hearer, listener, member of audience

m.

3

380

satura, saturae

satire

f.

1

381

iucundus, a, um

pleasant, delightful, agreeable, pleasing

adj

2

REGULAR

382

acer, acris, acre

sharp, keen, severe, eager, brief

adj

3

3 ending

383

ingens, ingentis (gen)

huge 

adj

3

1 ending

384

longus, a, um

long

adj

2

regular

385

dulcis, dulce

sweet, pleasant, agreeable

adj

3

2 ending

386

difficilis, difficile

hard, difficult, troublesome

adj

3

2 endings

387

rego, regere, rexi, rectum

to rule, guide, direct

3

388

omnis, omne

every, all

adj

3

2 ending

389

quam

how

adv

390

mens, mentis

mind, thought, intention

f.

3

391

aetas, aetatis

period of life, life, age, an age, time

f.

3

392

fortis, forte

strong, brave

adj

3

2 ending

393

celer, celeris, celere

swift, quick, rapid

adj

3

3 endings