Latin Vocabulary.txt

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  1. pugno, pugnare, pugnavi, pugnatum
    I fight
  2. lingua, linguae (F)
    • tongue
    • language
  3. poeta, poetae (M)
    poet
  4. amicita, amicitae (F)
    • friendliness
    • friendship
  5. terra, terrae (F)
    • earth
    • land
    • country
  6. villa, villae (F)
    • farmhouse
    • countryhouse
    • villa
  7. amo, amare, amavi, amatum
    • I love
    • I like
  8. provincia, provinciae (F)
    province
  9. ubi
    where
  10. littera, litterae (F)
    • letter (of the alphabet)
    • epistle, letter (if plural)
  11. filia, filiae (F)
    daughter
  12. patria, patriae (F)
    • country
    • native land
  13. cum
    • with
    • along with
  14. nauta, nautae (M)
    sailor
  15. natura, naturae (F)
    nature
  16. specto, spectare, spectavi, spectatum
    I look at
  17. occupo, occupare, occupavi, occupatum
    • I seize
    • I capture
  18. paro, parare, paravi, paratum
    • I prepare
    • I prepare for
  19. amicus, amici (M)
    friend
  20. ager, agri (M)
    • field
    • territory
  21. quid
    what
  22. porto, portare, portavi, portatum
    I carry
  23. fortuna, fortunae (F)
    • fortune
    • chance
    • luck
  24. sed
    but
  25. navigo, navigare, navigavi, navigatum
    I sail
  26. est
    • he is
    • she is
    • it is
    • there is
  27. do, dare, dedi, datum
    • I give
    • I grant
  28. sunt
    • they are
    • there are
  29. et
    • and
    • also
    • even
  30. porta, portae (F)
    gate
  31. ad
    • to
    • near
    • toward
    • for
    • at
  32. non
    not
  33. laudo, laudare, laudavi, laudatum
    I praise
  34. voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatum
    I call
  35. campus, campi (M)
    • field
    • plain
  36. silva, silvae (F)
    forest
  37. via, viae (F)
    • road
    • way
    • street
  38. puella, puellae (F)
    girl
  39. puer, pueri (M)
    boy
  40. insula, insulae (F)
    island
  41. agricola, agricolae (M)
    farmer
  42. aqua, aquae (F)
    water
  43. gladius, gladi (M)
    sword
  44. memoria, memoriae (F)
    memory
  45. tuba, tubae (F)
    trumpet
  46. filius, fili (M)
    son
  47. femina, feminae (F)
    • woman
    • wife
  48. annus, anni (M)
    year
  49. vita, vitae (F)
    life
  50. equus, equi (M)
    horse
  51. servus, servi (M)
    slave
  52. nuntius, nunti (M)
    • messenger
    • message
    • news
  53. nuntio, nuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatum
    • I announce
    • I report
  54. narro, narrare, narravi, narratum
    • I relate
    • I tell
  55. fama, famae (F)
    • report
    • rumor
    • reputation
  56. populus, populi (M)
    • people
    • nation
    • tribe
  57. regina, reginae (F)
    queen
  58. exspecto, exspectare, exspectavi, exspectatum
    • I await
    • I wait for
  59. epistula, epistulae (F)
    • letter
    • espistle
  60. habito, habitare, habitavi, habitatum
    • I live
    • I dwell
  61. nunc
    now
  62. fabula, fabulae (F)
    story
  63. delecto, delectare, delectavi, delectatum
    I please
  64. laboro, laborare, laboravi, laboratum
    • I labor
    • I suffer
    • I am hard pressed
  65. causa, causae (F)
    • cause
    • reason
  66. socius, soci (M)
    • comrade
    • ally
  67. diligentia, diligentiae (F)
    • diligence
    • care
  68. convoco, convocare, convocavi, convocatum
    • I call together
    • I assemble
    • I summon
  69. oppugno, oppugnare, oppugnavi, oppugnatum
    I attack
  70. diu
    • for a long time
    • long
  71. vulnero, vulnerare, vulneravi, vulneratum
    I wound
  72. fuga, fugae (F)
    • flight
    • exile
  73. iam
    • now
    • already
  74. tempto, temptare, temptavi, temptatum
    • I try
    • I attempt
  75. heri
    yesterday
  76. servo, servare, servavi, servatum
    • I guard
    • I save
    • I keep
  77. poena, poenae (F)
    • penalty
    • punishment
  78. semper
    always
  79. captivus, captivi (M)
    captive
  80. locus, loci (M)
    • place
    • location
    • situation
  81. audacia, audaciae (F)
    • boldness
    • daring
  82. hodie
    today
  83. volo, volare, volavi, volatum
    I fly
  84. animus, animi (M)
    • mind
    • spirit
    • courage (if plural)
  85. cras
    tomorrow
  86. carrus, carri (M)
    • cart
    • wagon
  87. cura, curae (F)
    • care
    • anxiety
  88. sto, stare, steti, statum
    I stand
  89. saepe
    often
  90. libero, liberare, liberavi, liberatum
    • I set free
    • I free
  91. interim
    meanwhile
  92. cur
    why (a question)
  93. demonstro, demonstrare, demonstravi, demonstratum
    • I point out
    • I show
  94. hora, horae (F)
    hour
  95. postea
    • after that time
    • afterward
    • thereafter
  96. inopia, inopiae (F)
    • want
    • lack
    • need
    • poverty
  97. pecunia, pecuniae (F)
    • wealth
    • money
  98. confirmo, confirmare, confirmavi, confirmatum
    • I strengthen
    • I encourage
    • I declare
  99. tum
    • then
    • at that time
  100. clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatum
    I shout
  101. dominus, domini (M)
    • master
    • Lord
    • owner
  102. ambulo, ambulare, ambulavi, ambulatum
    • I stroll
    • I walk
  103. male
    • badly
    • insufficiently
  104. numerus, numeri (M)
    • number
    • group
  105. caelum, caeli (N)
    • sky
    • heavens
  106. rex, regis (M)
    king
  107. video, videre, vidi, visum
    I see
  108. scribo, scribere, scripsi, scriptum
    I write
  109. gens, gentis (F)
    • nation
    • family
    • clan
  110. dico, dicere, dixi, dictum
    • I say
    • I tell
  111. respondeo, respondere, respondi, responsum
    • I answer
    • I reply
  112. mare, maris (N)
    sea
  113. frater, fratris (M)
    brother
  114. duco, ducere, duxi, ductum
    • I lead
    • I bring
  115. urbs, urbis (F)
    city
  116. frumentum, frumenti (N)
    grain
  117. soror, sororis (F)
    sister
  118. hostis, hostis (M)
    enemy (of the State)
  119. maneo, manere, mansi, mansum
    • I stay
    • I remain
  120. deligo, deligere, delegi, delectum
    I choose
  121. legatus, legati (M)
    • lieutenant
    • ambassador
    • envoy
  122. ludus, ludi (M)
    • game
    • play
    • school
  123. appello, appallare, appellavi, appellatum
    • I address
    • I call
    • I name
  124. verbum, verbi (N)
    word
  125. vir, viri (M)
    • man
    • husband
    • hero
  126. mater, matris (F)
    mother
  127. sedeo, sedere, sedi, sessum
    I sit
  128. mors, mortis (F)
    death
  129. nomen, nominis (N)
    name
  130. facio, facere, feci, factum
    • I make
    • I do
  131. venio, venire, veni, ventum
    I come
  132. manus, manus (F)
    • hand
    • band (of men)
  133. audio, audire, audivi, auditum
    • I hear
    • I listen to
  134. dies, diei (M) and (F)
    day
  135. capio, capere, cepi, captum
    • I take
    • I capture
  136. scio, scire, scivi, scitum
    I know
  137. iter, itineris (N)
    • route
    • journey
    • march
  138. invenio, invenire, inveni, inventum
    • I come upon
    • I find
  139. fides, fidei (F)
    • faith
    • loyalty
    • pledge
    • confidence
  140. pater, patris (M)
    • father
    • senators (if plural)
  141. accipio, accipere, acepi, acceptum
    • I receive
    • I accept
  142. homo, hominis (M) or (F)
    • human being
    • man
  143. consilium, consili (N)
    • plan
    • advice
    • foresight
  144. reperio, reperire, repperi, repertum
    • I find
    • I discover
  145. spes, spei (F)
    hope
  146. veritas, veritatis (F)
    • truth
    • trueness
  147. senatus, senatus (M)
    senate
  148. multitudo, multitudinis (F)
    • great number
    • crowd
  149. ecce
    behold
  150. ergo
    • therefore
    • then
  151. iudico, iudicare, iudicavi, iudicatum
    • I judge
    • I consider
  152. oppidum, oppidi (N)
    town
  153. quomodo
    how?
  154. lex, legis (F)
    law
  155. donum, doni (N)
    • gift
    • present
  156. magister, magistri (M)
    • master
    • teacher
    • director
  157. dux, ducis (M)
    leader, guide
  158. animal, animalis (N)
    animal
  159. habeo, habere, habui, habitum
    • I have
    • I hold
    • I keep
    • I consider
  160. pono, ponere, posui, positum
    • I put
    • I set
    • I place
    • I locate
  161. lapis, lapidis (M)
    stone
  162. adventus, adventus (M)
    • arrival
    • approach
  163. trado, tradere, tradidi, traditum
    • I hand over
    • I surrender
    • I hand down
  164. iacio, iacere, ieci, iactum
    I throw
  165. portus, portus (M)
    • harbor
    • port
  166. potestas, potestatis (F)
    • power
    • opportunity
  167. rego, regere, rexi, rectum
    I rule

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