Latin: Top 1K WIP

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This DB drills you on the 1,000 most common Latin words that appear in prose from the Classical to the Mediaeval era. It is a WIP (work in process)
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  1. aequus -a um
    equal, fair, calm
  2. alii ... alii
    some.... others....
  3. alius alia aliud
    other, another, else
  4. alter altera alterum
    high, deep
  5. audax audacis (gn)
    bold, daring
  6. benignus -a -um
    kind
  7. bonus -a um
    good
  8. brevis -e
    brief, short
  9. celer -is -e
    swift, fast
  10. centum
    one hundred
  11. ceteri -ae -a
    the rest (smtms a pron.)
  12. ceteri -ae -a
    the rest, the others (smtms pron)
  13. clarus -a -um
    famous, distinguished
  14. crudelis -e
    cruel
  15. decem
    ten
  16. difficilis -e
    difficult
  17. dirus -a -um
    dreadful
  18. duo duae duo
    two
  19. durus -a -um
    hard
  20. facilis facile
    easy
  21. felix (gen felicis)
    fortunate,happy
  22. ferox (gen ferocis)
    fierce, ferocious
  23. ferrum -i
    fierce, ferocious
  24. fidelis fidele
    faithful, loyal
  25. fortis -e
    brave, strong
  26. gravis grave
    heavy, serious
  27. idem eadem idem
    the same
  28. infelix (gn infelicis)
    unlucky, unhappy
  29. ingens ingens
    huge
  30. iratus -ta -tum
    angry
  31. laetus -a -um
    happy
  32. latus lata latum
    wide
  33. levis leve
    lights, slight, trivial
  34. longus -a -um
    long
  35. magnus -a -um
    great, large (bf the noun)
  36. maior maius
    bigger, greater
  37. malus -a -um
    evil, bad, wicked
  38. maximus -a -um
    biggest, very big
  39. medius media medium
    middle (of)
  40. melior -us
    better
  41. melior melius
    better
  42. meus mea meum
    my
  43. minimus -a -um
    very little, smallest
  44. minimus -a -um
    very little, smallest
  45. minor -us
    smaller, less
  46. minor minus
    smaller, less
  47. miser -a -um
    miserable, wretched
  48. multus -a -um
    much, many (bf the noun)
  49. nonnulli -ae -a
    some, serveral
  50. noster nostra nostrum
    Our
  51. novus -a um
    new (bf the noun)
  52. nullus -a -um
    no, none
  53. omnis -e
    all (bf the noun)
  54. optimus -a -um
    best, very good
  55. optimus -a -um
    best, excellent, very good
  56. parvus -a -um
    small (bf the noun)
  57. pauci -ai -a
    few (bf the noun)
  58. peior -us
    worse
  59. peior peius
    worse
  60. perfidus -a -um
    treacherous, untrustworthy
  61. perterritus -a -um
    terrified
  62. pessimus -a -um
    worst, very bad
  63. pessimus -a -um
    worst, very bad
  64. plenus -a -um
    full (of) + gn
  65. plurimus -a -um
    v. much; pl many, most
  66. plus pluris (gn)
    more of (+gn); more (pl)
  67. potens potentis (gn)
    powerful
  68. primus -a -um
    first
  69. proximus -a -um
    nearest, next to
  70. pulcher -a -um
    beautiful
  71. qualis quale
    what sort of?
  72. quantus -a -um
    how big?
  73. quinque
    five
  74. quondam
    one day, once
  75. quot
    how many?
  76. Romanus -a -um
    Roman
  77. sacer sacra sacrum
    sacred
  78. saevus -a -um
    savage
  79. salvus -a -um
    safe
  80. sapiens sapientis (gn)
    wise
  81. scelestus -a -um
    wicked
  82. severus -a -um
    severe, strict
  83. sex
    six
  84. similis -e
    similar
  85. solus -a -um
    alone, one one's own, lonely, only
  86. stultus -a -um
    stupid, foolish
  87. summus -a -um
    highest, greatest, top (of)
  88. suus -a -um
    his, her, its, their (own) [refl]
  89. talis tale
    such, of such a sort
  90. tantus -a -um
    so great, such a great
  91. tot
    so many
  92. totus -a -um
    whole
  93. tres tria
    three
  94. tristis triste
    sad
  95. tuus tua tuum
    you (of you, sing), yours
  96. ullus -a -um
    any
  97. unus -a -um
    one
  98. validus -a -um
    strong
  99. verus -a -um
    true, real
  100. vester -a um
    your (of you, pl); yours
  101. vivus -a um
    alive, living
  102. acriter
    keenly, eagerly, fiercely
  103. adeo
    so much, so greatly
  104. antea
    before, previously
  105. bene
    well
  106. clam
    secretly
  107. deinde
    then, next
  108. diligenter
    carefully
  109. diu
    for a long time
  110. etiam
    also, even
  111. forte
    by chance
  112. frustra
    in vain
  113. haud
    not
  114. heri
    yesterday
  115. hic
    here
  116. hodie
    today
  117. iam
    now, already
  118. ibi
    there
  119. interea
    meanwhile....
  120. ita
    in this way
  121. iterum
    again
  122. lente
    slowly
  123. libenter
    willingly, gladly
  124. magis
    more
  125. minime
    no; least, very little
  126. minime
    no; least, very little
  127. mox
    soon
  128. ne (-ne)
    ...is it? (creates open question)
  129. non
    not
  130. nonne ...?
    surely?
  131. num
    whether (in indirect question)
  132. num ...?
    surely....not?
  133. numquam
    never
  134. nunc
    now
  135. olim
    once, some time ago
  136. paene
    almost
  137. paulisper
    for a short time
  138. paulo/paulum
    a little
  139. postea
    afterwards
  140. postridie
    on the next day
  141. primo
    at first
  142. quasi
    as if
  143. quo modo?
    in what way? how?
  144. quo?
    where to?
  145. saepe
    often
  146. satis
    enough
  147. semper
    always
  148. sic
    thus, in this way
  149. simul
    at the same time
  150. statim
    at once, immediately
  151. subito
    suddenly
  152. subito
    suddenly
  153. tam
    so
  154. tandem
    at last
  155. tum
    then
  156. ubi
    where, when; where?
  157. umquam
    ever
  158. unde
    whence, from where
  159. utrum ... an
    whether ... or
  160. vehementer
    violently, loudly
  161. vero
    indeed
  162. autem
    but (postpos)
  163. cum
    when
  164. deinde
    next
  165. dum
    while (+ prs tense), until
  166. enim
    for, because (postpos)
  167. igitur
    therefore
  168. ita
    so, thus; yes
  169. sed
    but
  170. tamen
    however, but
  171. tandem
    at last, at length...
  172. tum
    then
  173. ac
    and
  174. atque
    and
  175. aut...aut
    either...or
  176. et
    and
  177. itaque
    and so, therefore
  178. nam
    for
  179. ne
    so that not; that not
  180. nec..nec
    neither... nor
  181. neque... neque
    neither ... nor
  182. nisi
    unless, except
  183. postquam
    after, when
  184. priusquam
    before, until
  185. que (-que)
    and (before the word it is attached to)
  186. aedis -is
    temple (pl: aides -ium, house)
  187. ager agri
    field
  188. amicus -i
    friend
  189. amor amoris
    love
  190. ancilla -ae
    slave-girl, maid
  191. animus -i
    mind, spirit, soul
  192. annus -i
    year
  193. aqua -ae
    water
  194. arbor arboris
    tree
  195. argentum -i
    silver
  196. arma armorum (pl)
    arms, weapons (pl)
  197. ars artis
    art, skill
  198. aula -ae
    pot
  199. aurum -i
    gold
  200. auxilium -i
    help
  201. bellum -i
    war
  202. bona bonorum (pl)
    goods (pl)
  203. caelum -i
    sky, heaven
  204. captivus -i
    captive, prisoner
  205. caput capitis
    head
  206. castra -ae (-trorum)
    camp
  207. cena -ae
    dinner
  208. cibus -i
    food
  209. civis civis
    citizen
  210. clamor -oris
    shout, shouting, noise
  211. comes comitis
    comrade, companion (can be f in context)
  212. consilium -i
    a plan, idea, advice
  213. copiae -arum (pl only)
    forces, troops
  214. coquus -i
    cook
  215. corona -ae
    garland
  216. corpus -oris
    body
  217. cura -ae
    care, worry concern
  218. custos -odis
    a guard
  219. dea deae
    goddess
  220. deus -i
    god
  221. dies diei
    day
  222. dignitas -tatis
    dignity, importance, honor
  223. dives -vitis
    m or f; rich man or woman
  224. dolor -is
    pain, grief, sorrow
  225. domina dominae
    mistress
  226. dominus -i
    master, lord
  227. domus domus
    home, house
  228. donum -i
    gift, present
  229. dux ducis
    leader
  230. epistula -ae
    letter
  231. equus -i
    horse
  232. exemplum -i
    example
  233. exercitus exercitus
    army
  234. femina -ae
    woman
  235. fides fidei
    loyalty trustworthiness
  236. filia -ae
    daughter
  237. filius -i
    son
  238. finis finis
    end, boundary
  239. fio -eri -factus sum
    I become, I am made...
  240. flumen fluminis
    river
  241. forum -i
    forum, marketplace
  242. frater -ris
    brother
  243. fur -ris
    thief
  244. gaudium -dii
    joy, pleasure
  245. gens gentis
    family, tribe, race
  246. gladius -dii
    sword
  247. hasta -ae
    spear
  248. homo hominis
    person, man
  249. honor -ris
    respect, honor
  250. hora -ae
    hour
  251. hortus -i
    garden
  252. hostis hostis
    enemy
  253. humus -i
    ground (humi = on the ground)
  254. ianua -ae
    door
  255. ignis -nis
    fire
  256. imperator -is
    commander; emperor
  257. imperium imperii
    empire, power, command
  258. impetus impetus
    attack
  259. ingenium ingenii
    character
  260. inimicus -i
    enemy (usually personal)
  261. iniuria -ae
    injustice, injury
  262. insula -ae
    island; block of flats
  263. ira -ae
    anger
  264. iter itineris
    journey
  265. iuvenis iuvenis
    juvenal, youth
  266. labor laboris
    work
  267. lacrima -ae
    a tear, crying
  268. legatus -i
    commander
  269. legio legionis
    legion
  270. lex legis
    law
  271. liber libri
    book
  272. liberi liberorum
    children (pl.)
  273. libertas libertatis
    freedom
  274. libertus -i
    freedman
  275. locus -i (pl is n: loca)
    place (can also be n)
  276. lux lucis
    daylight, light
  277. magister magistri
    master, school mastr, foremn
  278. manus manus
    hand; crowd, group
  279. mare -is
    sea
  280. maritus -i
    husband
  281. mater matris
    mother
  282. mens mentis
    mind
  283. metus metus
    fear
  284. miles -itis
    soldier
  285. modus -i
    manner, way, kind
  286. mons montis
    mountain
  287. morbus -i
    illness
  288. mors mortis
    death
  289. mos moris
    custom
  290. murus muri
    wall
  291. nauta -ae
    sailor
  292. navis navis
    ship
  293. nomen nominis
    name
  294. nox noctis
    night
  295. nuntius -i
    messenger, message, news
  296. oculus -i
    eye
  297. officium -i
    business, duty, service
  298. oppidum oppidi
    town
  299. oratio orationis
    speech
  300. pars partis
    part
  301. pater -tris
    father
  302. patria -ae
    homeland, fatherland, country
  303. pauper -ris
    m or f; poor man or woman
  304. pax pacis
    peace
  305. pecunia -ae
    money
  306. perfidia -ae
    treachery
  307. periculum -i
    danger
  308. periculum -i
    danger
  309. pes pedis
    foot
  310. poena poenae
    punishment
  311. porta portae
    gate
  312. portus portus
    harbor, port
  313. potestas -atis
    power
  314. praemium -i
    prize, reward, profit
  315. princeps principis
    chief, chieftain, emperor
  316. proelium -i
    battle
  317. puella -ae
    girl
  318. puer -i
    boy
  319. quies quietis
    rest
  320. regina -ae
    queen
  321. regnum regni
    Kingdom
  322. res rei
    thing, a matter
  323. rex regis
    king
  324. sanguis -guinis
    blood
  325. scaena -ae
    stage
  326. scelus sceleris
    crime
  327. senator -oris
    senator
  328. senatus senatus
    senate
  329. senex -nis
    old man
  330. servus -i
    man-servant
  331. signum signi
    sign, signal, seal
  332. silentium -i
    silence
  333. silva -ae
    wood, forest
  334. sotor -ris
    sister
  335. spes spei
    hope
  336. strepitus strepitus
    noise, din
  337. taberna -ae
    shop, inn
  338. tempestas tempestas
    storm
  339. templum -i
    temple
  340. tempus -oris
    time
  341. terra -ae
    earth, ground, land
  342. thesaurus -i
    treasure
  343. turba -ae
    crowd
  344. umbra -ae
    shadow, ghost
  345. unguentum -i
    ointment
  346. urbs urbis
    city
  347. uxor -ris
    wife
  348. ventus -i
    wind
  349. verbum -i
    word
  350. via -ae
    way, road
  351. vicinus -i
    neighbor, neighboring
  352. victor victoris
    victor, winner
  353. victoria -ae
    victory
  354. villa -ae
    house, country villa
  355. vinum -i
    wine
  356. vir -i
    man; husband
  357. virtus virtutis
    courage
  358. vis ak:vim ab: vi pl: vires
    force; pl: strength, military force
  359. vita -ae
    life
  360. vox vocis
    voice, shout
  361. vulnus vulnera
    wound
  362. vultus vultus
    expression, face
  363. mille (pl milia)
    1,000
  364. nihil
    nothing
  365. nos nostrum
    we, us
  366. qui quai quod
    who, which
  367. quidam quaedam quoddam
    a certain, one, some
  368. quis? quid?
    who, which
  369. tu tui
    you
  370. vos vestrum
    you (pl)
  371. nemo neminis
    no one
  372. a/ab (+ ab)
    from, by
  373. ad (+ ak)
    to, toward, at
  374. ante (+ ak)
    before, in front of
  375. apud (+ ak)
    among, with, at the house of
  376. circum (+ak)
    around
  377. contra + ak
    against
  378. cum + abl
    with
  379. de + ab
    from, down from; about
  380. e / ex +ab
    from, out of
  381. extra + ak
    outside
  382. in (+ ak / ab)
    + ak= into; + ab= in
  383. inter +ak
    among
  384. intra +ak
    among
  385. per (+ak)
    through, along
  386. post (+ak)
    after
  387. praeter (+ak)
    except
  388. pro (+ ab)
    in front of, for, in return for
  389. prope
    near
  390. propter (+ ak)
    because of, on account of
  391. aliquis aliquid
    someone, something
  392. ego mei
    I, me
  393. hic haec hoc
    adj
  394. ille illa illud
    that; he she it
  395. ipse pisa ipsum
    self, selves
  396. is ea id
    he she it, they; that, those
  397. sine
    without
  398. sub
    +ak/ab under, beneath
  399. trans
    + ak, or prefix; across
  400. cur?
    why?
  401. nec
    and....not; neither...nor
  402. neque
    neither; and...not...; nor
  403. nimis + gn
    too much (of) + gn
  404. nunc
    now
  405. quam
    how...! how...? (adj); than (adv)
  406. quamquam
    although
  407. quare
    why...?
  408. quid
    what...?
  409. quod
    because
  410. quoque
    also
  411. satis
    enough (of) + gn
  412. si
    if
  413. simulac / simulatque
    as soon as
  414. ut
    as, when; how!
  415. absum abesse afui
    I am out, absent, away
  416. accido -ere accidi
    I happen
  417. accipio -ere accepi acceptus
    I accept, take in, receive
  418. adiuvo -are -vi -tus
    I help
  419. adsum adesse adfui
    I am present, here
  420. advenio -ire -i
    I arrive
  421. aedifico -are -avi
    I build
  422. ago -ere egi actus
    I do, I act
  423. ambulo -are -avi
    I walk
  424. amo -are -avi
    I love
  425. animadverto -ere -verti -versus
    I notice, take note of
  426. aperio -ire -ui
    I open
  427. appareo apparere apparui
    I appear
  428. appropinquo -are -avi -atus
    I approach, come near to
  429. ascendo -ere -i ascensus
    I climb
  430. audeo -ere ausus sum
    I dare
  431. audio -ire -ivi
    I hear, I listen to
  432. aufero auferre abstuli ablatus
    I take away, carry off, steal
  433. augeo -ere auxi auctus
    I increase
  434. bibo -ere bibi
    I drink
  435. cado -ere cecidi
    I fall
  436. capio -capere cepi captus
    I take, catch, capture
  437. celo -are -avi
    I hide
  438. clamo -are -avi
    I shout
  439. coepi coepisse coeptus
    began (perf only)
  440. cogito -are -avi
    I think, ponder
  441. cognosco -ere cognovi
    I get to know, find out
  442. cogo -ere coegi coactus
    I force, compel
  443. conficio -ficere -feci -fectus
    I finish; wear out, exhaust
  444. conor conari conatus sum
    I try
  445. conspicio -ere conspexi
    I notice, catch sight of
  446. constituo -tuere -tui -tutus
    I decide
  447. consumo -ere -mpsi -sumptus
    I eat
  448. convenio -ire -i -tus
    come together, gather, meet
  449. credo -ere credidi
    I belive, trust, have faith in (+ Dt)
  450. culpo -are -avi -atus
    I blame
  451. cupio -ere -ivi
    I want, desire
  452. curo -are -avi
    I look after, care for
  453. curro -ere cucurri cursus
    I run
  454. custodio -ire -divi -ditus
    I guard
  455. debeo -ere -ui
    I owe, ought, should, must
  456. defendo -ere -i defensus
    I defend
  457. deicio deicere deieci deiectus
    I throw down
  458. deleo -ere -ui
    I destroy
  459. descendo -ere -i descensus
    I descend, go down
  460. dico dix dict
    I speak, say
  461. discedo -ere discessi
    I depart, leave
  462. do dare dedit datus
    I give
  463. doceo -ere docui doctus
    I teach
  464. dormio -ire -ivi
    I sleep
  465. dubito -are -avi -tatus
    I hesitate, doubt
  466. duco -ere duxi ductus
    I lead, take
  467. effugio -ere effugi
    I escape, flee
  468. egredior -i -egressus sum
    I go out; [deponent]]
  469. eicio eicere eiectus
    I throw out
  470. emo -ere emi emptus
    I buy
  471. eo ire i(v)i
    I go
  472. erumpo erumpere erupi eruptus
    I burst out
  473. expello -ere expuli, expulsus
    I drive out
  474. explico -are -avi
    I tell, explain
  475. exspecto -are -avi -atus
    wait for
  476. facio -ere feci
    I make, I do x
  477. faveo -ere -i
    I favor, I support (+ dt)
  478. fero ferre tuli latus
    I bring, carry
  479. festino -are festinavi
    I hurry
  480. frango -ere fregi fractus
    I break
  481. fugio -ere fugi
    I run away, flee
  482. fundo -ere fudi fusus
    I pour
  483. gaudeo -ere gausius sum
    I rejoice
  484. gero -ere gessi
    I wage (war); put on (clothes)
  485. habeo -ere -ui
    I have
  486. habito -are -avi -tatus
    I inhabit, live in
  487. hortor -tari - tatus sum
    I encourage, urge
  488. iaceo -ere iacui
    I lie (recline)
  489. iacio -ere ieci iactus
    I throw
  490. impedio -ire -ivi -itus
    I hinder
  491. impero -are -avi -atus
    I order, command (+ dat)
  492. incendo -ere -i -sus
    I burn, set fire to
  493. incipio -ere incepi inceptus
    I begin
  494. ingredior ingredi ingressus
    I enter
  495. inicio inicere inieci iniectus
    I throw in
  496. inquit (pl) inquiunt
    he says; he said
  497. instruo -ere -xi instructus
    I draw up, arrange, set up
  498. intellego -ere -exi
    I understand
  499. interficio -ere -feci interfectus
    I kill
  500. intro -are -avi
    I enter
  501. invenio -ire -i -tus
    I find
  502. invito -are -avi -tatus
    I invite
  503. irrumpo irrumpere irrupi irruptus
    I burst in
  504. iubeo -ere iussi iussus
    I order
  505. laboro -are -avi
    I work
  506. lacrimo -are -avi
    I weep, cry
  507. latus lata latum
    perfect pass parti of fero
  508. laudo -are -avi
    I praise
  509. lectus -a -um
    perf pass parti of lego
  510. lego -iere legi
    I read, choose
  511. liebero --are -avi -atus
    I set free
  512. loquor loqui locutus sum
    I speak
  513. malo malle malui
    prefer
  514. maneo -ere -ui
    I remain, wait
  515. miror mirari miratus sum
    wonder at, admire
  516. mitto -ere misi
    I send
  517. moneo -ere -ui
    I advise, warn
  518. morior mori mortuus sum
    die
  519. moveo -ere -i motus
    move
  520. muto -are -avi -atus
    change
  521. narro -are -avi atus
    I tell, relate
  522. navigo -are -avi
    I sail
  523. neco -are -avi -atus
    I kill
  524. nescio -ire -ivi
    I do not know
  525. noceo -ere ui
    I harm, hurt (+ dt)
  526. nolo nolle nolui
    not want
  527. nuntio -are -avi atus
    I announce
  528. obliviscor oblivisci oblitus sum
    I forget (+ gn)
  529. occido -ere -e occisus
    I kill
  530. odi odisse
    I hate
  531. offero offere obtuli oblatus
    I offer
  532. opprimo -ere oppressi oppressus
    I crush
  533. oppugno -are -avi -atus
    I attack
  534. orior oriri ortus sum
    I rise up, arise
  535. oro -are -avi -atus
    I beg
  536. ostendo -ere -i ostentus
    I show
  537. parco -ere peperci
    I spare (+dt)
  538. pareo -ere parui
    I obey (+dt)
  539. paro -are -avi -tus
    I prepare
  540. patior pati passus sum
    suffer, endure
  541. pello -ere pepuli pulsus
    I drive
  542. pereo perire perii
    I die, perish
  543. permitto -ere permisi permissus
    I allow (+dt)
  544. persuadeo -ere persuasi
    I persuade that (+ Dt)
  545. pervenio -ire -i
    I reach, arrive at
  546. peto -ere -ivi -itus
    i seek, ask for, make for, attack
  547. placet placere placuit
    it pleases, it suits (+ dt)
  548. poenas do
    I pay the penalty; am punished
  549. poenas do (cf do, dare...)
    I pay the penalty, I am punished
  550. pono -ere posui positus
    I place, put, put up
  551. porto -are -avi
    I carry
  552. possideo -ere -ui
    I have, hold, possess
  553. possum posse potui
    I can, I am able
  554. postulo -are avi
    I demand
  555. praebeo -ere -bui
    I prepare
  556. precor precari precatus sum
    I pray (to)
  557. procedo -ere processi
    I advance, proceed
  558. proficisor proficisci profectus sum
    I set out
  559. progredior -i progressus sum
    I advance
  560. promitto -ere promisi promissus
    I promise
  561. pugno -are avi
    I fight
  562. punio -ire -ivi -itus
    I punish
  563. puto -are avi -atus
    I think
  564. quaero -ere -sivi -situs
    I search for, ask
  565. rapio -ere -ui -tus
    I seize, grab
  566. reddo -ere reddidi redditus
    I give back, restore
  567. redeo redire redii
    I go back, come back, return
  568. refero referre rettuli relatus
    I bring, carry back; report, tell
  569. rego -ere rexi rectus
    I rule, reign
  570. regredior regredi regressus sum
    I go back, return
  571. relinquo -ere -i relictus
    I leave, leave behind
  572. repello -ere reppuli repulsus
    I drive back
  573. repello -ere reppuli repulsus
    I drive back
  574. resisto -ere resistiti
    I resist (+ dt)
  575. respondeo -ere -di -nsus
    I reply
  576. rideo -ere risi
    I laugh, smile
  577. rogo -are -avi
    I ask
  578. Roma -ae (Romae= at/in Rome)
    Rome
  579. rumpo -ere rupi ruptus
    I burst
  580. saluto -are -ave -atus
    I greet
  581. scio -ire scivi scitus
    I know
  582. scribo -ere scripsi scruptus
    I write
  583. sedeo -ere sedi
    I sit
  584. sentio -ire sensi sensus
    I feel, notice
  585. sequor -i sectus sum
    I follow
  586. servo -are -avi
    I save, keep
  587. soleo -ere solitus sum
    I am accustomed.
  588. specto -are -avi -atus
    I look at, watch
  589. spero -are -avi -atus
    I hope, I expect
  590. sto stare steti
    I stand
  591. sum esse fui
    I am
  592. supero -are -avi -atus
    I overcome, overpower
  593. supplico -are -avi
    I make prayers, pray
  594. surgo -ere surrexi
    I get up, stand up, rise
  595. suscipio -ere -i -tus
    I undertake, take on
  596. taceo -are -avi
    I am silent
  597. tango -ere tetigi tactus
    I touch
  598. teneo -ere -ui -tus
    I hold
  599. terrei -ere terrui
    I frighten
  600. terreo -ere -ui -itus
    I frighten
  601. timeo -ere -ui
    I fear /am afraid of
  602. tollo tollere sustuli sublatus
    I raise, lift up, hold up
  603. trado tradere tradidi traditus
    I hand over
  604. traho trahere traxi tractus
    I drag
  605. utor uti usus sum
    use (+ abl)
  606. veho -ere vexi vectus
    I carry
  607. vendo -ere vendidi venditus
    I sell
  608. venio -ire veni
    I come
  609. verbero -are -avi
    I flog, beat
  610. vereor -eri veritus sum
    I fear, am afraid of
  611. verto -ere -i versus
    I turn
  612. vexo -are -avi
    I annoy, trouble, worry
  613. video -ere -ui
    I see
  614. videor -eri visus sum
    I seem, appear
  615. vinco -ere vici victus
    I conquer, win; am victorious
  616. vivo -ere vixi
    I live; I am alive
  617. voco -are -avi
    I call
  618. volo velle volui
    I want
  619. volvo -ere -i volutus
    I turn
  620. vulnero -are -avi -atus
    I injur, wound
  621. novem
    nine
  622. octo
    eight
  623. quattuor
    four
  624. septum
    seven
  625. suscenseo -ere -sui -sus
    I am angry, indignant with
  626. educo -ere eduxi eductus
    I lead out; draw up; bring up, rear

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