Latin 1K (aa-am) Top 1,000

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Latin 1K (aa-am) Top 1,000
2011-12-26 17:01:29
Latin Vocabulary

The "Latin 1K" exercises review all the Latin vocabulary entries that occur in the 1,000 most frequent Latin words found in Classical and Mediaeval prose. This particuar set includes all entries from a to amplus, about 70 words in all.
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  1. a/ab (+ ab)
    from, by
  2. abbas -atis
    abbot, father, respected monk (early)
  3. abeo abire abii abitum
    I go away
  4. absum abesse afui
    I am out, absent, away
  5. ac
  6. accedo -ere accessi accessus
    I come near; agree with
  7. accido -ere accidi
    I happen
  8. accipio -ere accepi acceptus
    I accept, take in, receive
  9. accuso -are -avi -atum
    I accuse
  10. acer acris acre
    keen, sharp, fierce
  11. acies aciei
    line, battle line, army
  12. acriter
    keenly, eagerly, fiercely
  13. ad (+ ak)
    to, toward, at, about, near
  14. addo -ere -idi -itum
    I add, join
  15. adduco -ere adduxi adductus
    I lead up to, away; persuade
  16. adeo
    so much, so greatly
  17. adeo -ire -ii -itum
    I go to, approach
  18. adhuc
    up til now, still
  19. adicio -ere adjeci adjectus
    I add, increase; suggest; throw
  20. adimo -ere ademi ademptum
    I take away
  21. adipiscor -i -adeptus sum
    I obtain
  22. aditus aditus
    approach access; attack; chance
  23. adiuvo -are -vi -tus
    I help
  24. admiror -ari -atus sum
    I admire, respect; am surprised at
  25. admitto -ere admisi admissum
    I let in, permit
  26. adsum adesse adfui
    I am present, here
  27. adulescens adulescentis
    youth, young man
  28. advenio -ire -i
    I arrive
  29. adventus adventus
  30. adversus -a -um
    facing, hostile, opposite
  31. adversus + ak
    facing, opposite, against
  32. adversus: res adversus
  33. aedificium -i
  34. aedifico -are -avi
    I build
  35. aedis -is
    temple (pl: aides -ium, house)
  36. aeger aegra aegrum
    sick, ill
  37. aequus -a -um
    equal, fair, calm
  38. aes aeris
    money, fee; copper; gong
  39. aestas aestatis
  40. aetas aetatis
  41. aeternus -a -um
    eternal; w/o start or end
  42. affero afferre attuli allatus
    bring to, carry, convey; report; cause
  43. afficio -icere affeci affectus
    affect, make impression; influence
  44. ager agri
  45. aggredior -i aggressus sum
    I attack, approach
  46. agmen agminis
    column of men, army, procession
  47. agnosco agnoscere agnovi agnitum
  48. ago agere egi actum
    I do, act, drive
  49. agricola -ae
  50. aio -, -
    say (defective), assert; affirm
  51. ala -ae
    wing (bird or army)
  52. albus -a -um
    white, pale; right, clear; favorable, auspicious
  53. alienus -a -um
    someone else's, strange, foreign
  54. alii ... alii
  55. aliquando
    sometime or other; finally; at length
  56. aliquis Nt: aliquid
    someone, something
  57. aliter
  58. alius alia aliud
    other, one, another, else (adj&prn)
  59. alleluia
    halleluia; praise the LORD
  60. alter -a -um
    the other, one (of 2), another
  61. alter ... alter
    one... the other...
  62. altus -a -um
    high, deep
  63. ambulo -are -avi
    I walk
  64. amica -ae
    friend (female)
  65. amicitia -ae
  66. amicus -i
    friend (male)
  67. amitto -ere amisi amissum
    I lose
  68. amo -are -avi
    I love
  69. amor amoris
    I love
  70. amplus -a -um
    great, large spacious; distinguished