Regular Latin Vocabulary

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  1. amo, amare, amavi, amatum 1
    love
  2. do, dare, dedi, datum 1
    give
  3. specto, -are, spectavi, spectatum 1
    watch
  4. voco, -are, vocavi, vocatum 1
    call
  5. debeo, -ere, debui, debitum 2
    owe, ought to, must, should
  6. habeo, -ere, monui, monitum 2
    have
  7. moneo, -ere, monui, monitum 2
    warn
  8. sedeo, -ere, sedi, sessum 2
    sit
  9. terreo, terrere, terrui, territum 2
    frighten
  10. timeo, timere, timui 2
    fear
  11. video, -ere, vidi, visum 2
    see
  12. bibo, bibere, bibi 3
    drink
  13. dico, -ere, dixi, ductum 3
    say
  14. duco, -ere, duxi, ductum
    lead
  15. lego, -ere, legi, lectum 3
    read
  16. ludo, -ere, lusi, lusum 3
    play
  17. metuo, metuere, metui 3
    fear
  18. mitto, -ere, misi, missum 3
    send
  19. peto, petere, petii (-ivi), petitum 3
    seek
  20. vinco, vincere, vici, victum 3
    conquer
  21. vivo, -ere, vixi, victum 3
    live
  22. audio, -ire, audivi, auditum 4
    hear, listen to
  23. reperio, -ire, repperi, repertum 4
    find
  24. capio, -ere, cepi, captum 3 i-stem
    take, capture
  25. rapio, -ere, rapui, raptum3 i-stem
    seize
  26. noli, nolite irregular imperative verb
    don't
  27. audacia,audaciae f1
    boldness
  28. avaritia, avaritiae f1
    greed
  29. casa, casae f1
    house
  30. dea, deae f1
    goddess
  31. familia, familiae f1
    family
  32. filia, filiae f1
    daughter
  33. flamma, flammae f1
    flame
  34. ianua (=jaanua), Ianuae f1
    door
  35. insula, insulae f1
    island
  36. Italia, Italiae f1
    Itay
  37. lacrima, lacrimae f1
    tear (-drop)
  38. ora, orae f1
    shore
  39. pecunia, pecuniae f1
    money
  40. porta, portae f1
    gate
  41. potential, potentiae f1
    power
  42. praeda, praedae f1
    booty
  43. puella, puellae f1
    girl
  44. Roma, Romae f1
    Rome
  45. rosa, rosae f1
    rose
  46. statua, statuae f1
    statute
  47. taberna, tabernae f1
    tavern
  48. unda, undae f1
    wave
  49. agricola, agricolae m1
    farmer
  50. nauta, nautae m1
    sailor
  51. pirate, piratae m1
    pirate
  52. poeta, poetae m1
    poet
  53. a / ab + abl.
    from
  54. cum + abl.
    with
  55. e / ex + abl.
    out of
  56. sine + abl.
    without
  57. in + abl.
    in, on
  58. in + acc.
    into, onto
  59. ad +acc.
    to
  60. contra + acc.
    against
  61. post + acc.
    behind, after
  62. trans + acc.
    across
  63. sub + abl.
    under
  64. sub + acc.
    (to) under
  65. ac
    and
  66. atque
    and
  67. et
    and
  68. at
    but
  69. sed
    but
  70. non
    not
  71. si
    if
  72. iuvo (=juvo), iuvare, iuvi, iutum 1
    help
  73. pugno, pugnare, pugnavi, pugnatum 1
    fight
  74. oppugno, oppungare, oppugnavi, oppugnatum 1
    besiege
  75. sto, stare, steti, statum 1
    stand
  76. tolero, tolerare, toleravi, toleratum 1
    tolerate
  77. rideo, ridere, risi, risum 2
    laugh
  78. teneo, tenere, tenui, tentum 2
    hold
  79. frango, frangere, fregi, fractum 3
    break
  80. fundo, fundere, fudi, fusum 3
    pour
  81. surgo, surgere, surrexi, surrectum 3
    rise
  82. tango, tangere, tetigi, tactum 3
    touch
  83. dormio, dormire, dormivi, dormitum 4
    sleep
  84. aqua, aquae f1
    water
  85. ara, arae f1
    altar
  86. copia, copiae f1
    (s) amount, supply, (p) miltary forces
  87. curia, curiae f1
    Senate (-house)
  88. fortuna, fortunae f1
    fortune
  89. ira, irae f1
    anger
  90. luna, lunae f1
    moon
  91. spelunca, speluncae f1
    cave
  92. stella, stellae f1
    star
  93. turba, turbae f1
    throng, mob
  94. via, viae f1
    road
  95. victoria, victoriae f1
    victory
  96. villa, villae f1
    country house
  97. vita, vitae f1
    life
  98. adhuc
    still
  99. cottidie
    every day
  100. fortasse
    perhaps
  101. frustra
    in vain
  102. mane
    in the morning
  103. paene
    almost
  104. praesertim
    especially
  105. tandem
    at last
  106. ante + acc.
    before, in front of
  107. de + abl.
    down from, about
  108. pro + abl.
    on behalf of
  109. aut
    or
  110. aut... aut...
    either... or...
  111. vel
    or
  112. vel... vel...
    either... or...
  113. cum
    when
  114. dum
    while
  115. ergo
    therefore
  116. igitur
    therefore
  117. itaque
    therefore
  118. quia
    because
  119. quod
    because
  120. quoniam
    because
  121. aro, arare, aravi, aratum 1
    plow
  122. laboro, laborare, laboravi, laboratum 1
    work
  123. libero, liberare, liberavi, liberatum 1
    free
  124. porto, portare, potavi, portatum 1
    carry
  125. vito, vitare, vitavi, vitatum 1
    avoid
  126. ago, agere, egi, actum 3
    drive, do, spend (of time)
  127. amitto, amittere, amisi, amissum 3
    lose
  128. carpo, carpere, carpsi, carptum 3
    pluck
  129. laedo, laedere, laesi, laesum 3
    harm
  130. ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostentum 3
    show
  131. pasco, pascere, pavi, pastum 3
    feed
  132. pello, pellere, pepuli, pulsum 3
    drive away, repel
  133. pono, ponere, posui, positum 3
    place
  134. venio, venire, veni, ventum 4
    come
  135. invenio, invenire, inveni, inventum 4
    come upon, find
  136. facio, facere, feci, factum 3 i-stem
    do, make
  137. sum, esse, fui irregular
    be
  138. possum, posse, potui irregular
    be able
  139. eo, ire, ii ( or ivi), itum irregular
    go
  140. pereo, perire, perii (or perivi)
    go through, perish
  141. fero, ferre, tuli, latum irregular
    carry
  142. capella, capellae f1
    she-goat
  143. fera, ferae f1
    wild animal
  144. porca, porcae f1
    pig, sow
  145. silva, silvae f1
    wood, forest
  146. terra, terrae f1
    earth, land
  147. uva, uvae f1
    grape
  148. vacca, vaccae f1
    cow
  149. anon
    or not
  150. -ne
    [introduces a question]
  151. nonne
    surely
  152. num
    surely not
  153. -que
    and, both
  154. utrum
    [introduces the first part of a double question]
  155. cur
    why
  156. quando
    when
  157. quomodo
    how
  158. ubi
    where
  159. nec
    and not, nor
  160. nec... nec...
    neither... nor...
  161. numquam
    never
  162. nunc
    now
  163. semper
    always
  164. tum, tunc
    then
  165. agna,agnae f1
    ewe-lamb
  166. agnus, agni m2
    ram-lamb
  167. amica, amicae f1
    female friend
  168. amicus, amici m2
    male friend
  169. deus, dei m2
    god
  170. discipula, discipulae f1
    female student
  171. dicipulus, discipuli m2
    male student
  172. domina, dominae f1
    mistress, owner
  173. dominus, domini m2
    master, owner
  174. equa, equae f1
    mare
  175. equus, equi m2
    stallion
  176. filius, filii m2
    son
  177. lupa, lupae f1
    she-wolf
  178. lupus, lupi m2
    male wolf
  179. porcus, porci m2
    pig, boar
  180. serva, servae f1
    female slave
  181. servus, servi m2
    male slave
  182. taurus, tauri m2
    bull
  183. puer, pueri m2
    boy
  184. femina, feminae f1
    woman
  185. vir, viri m2
    man
  186. campus, campi m2
    plain
  187. hortus, horti m2
    garden
  188. ludus, ludi m2
    game, school
  189. murus, muri m2
    wall
  190. ager, agri m2
    field
  191. aper, apri m2
    wild boar
  192. caper, capri m2
    he-goat
  193. liber, libri m2
    book
  194. magister, magistri m2
    teacher
  195. argentum, argtenti n2
    silver
  196. astrum, astri n2
    star
  197. aurum, auri n2
    gold
  198. caelum, caeli n2
    sky, heaven
  199. donum, doni n2
    gift
  200. ferrum, ferri n2
    iron
  201. saxum, saxi n2
    rock
  202. templum, temple n2
    temple
  203. vinum, vini n2
    wine
  204. circa
    around
  205. circum + acc.
    around
  206. per +acc.
    through, along
  207. prope +acc.
    near
  208. cras
    tomorrow
  209. diu
    for a long time
  210. heri
    yesterday
  211. hodie
    today
  212. saepe
    often
  213. enim
    for
  214. nam
    for
  215. namque
    for
  216. altus, -a, -um
    high, deep
  217. aridus, -a, -um
    dry
  218. avarus, -a, -um
    greedy
  219. barbarus, -a, -um
    barbarian
  220. bonus, -a, -um
    good
  221. calidus, -a, -um
    warm
  222. carus, -a, -um
    dear (to)
  223. divinus, -a, -um
    divine
  224. fessus, -a, -um
    tired
  225. frigidus, -a, -um
    cold
  226. latus, -a, -um
    broad
  227. lentus, -a, -um
    slow
  228. longus, -a, -um
    long
  229. magnus, -a, -um
    big
  230. malus, -a, -um
    bad
  231. multus, -a, -um
    much, pl. many
  232. novus, -a, -um
    new
  233. parvus, -a, -um
    small
  234. pauci, -ae, -a
    few
  235. purus, -a, -um
    pure
  236. Romanus, -a, -um
    Roman
  237. saevus, -a, -um
    savage
  238. stultus, -a, -um
    stupid
  239. asper, aspera, asperum
    rough
  240. liber, libera, liberum
    free
  241. miser, misera, miserum
    wretched
  242. aeger, aegra, aegrum
    sick
  243. niger, nigra, nigrum
    black, dark
  244. pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
    beautiful
  245. piger, pigra, pigrum
    lazy
  246. sacer, sacra, sacrum (+ dat.)
    sacred (to)
  247. meus, -a, -um
    my
  248. noster, nostra, nostrum
    our
  249. tuus, -a, -um
    your (singular)
  250. vester, vestra, vestrum
    your (plural)
  251. iterum
    again
  252. rursus
    again
  253. mox
    soon
  254. nuper
    recently
  255. statim
    immediately
  256. aedifico 1
    build
  257. ambulo 1
    walk
  258. clamo 1
    shout
  259. laudo 1
    praise
  260. monstro 1
    show
  261. navigo 1
    sail
  262. doceo, docere, docui, doctum 2
    teach
  263. fleo, flere, flevi, fletum 2
    weep
  264. maneo, manere, mansi 2
    remain
  265. moveo, movere, movi, motum 2
    move
  266. addo, addere, addidi, additum 3
    add
  267. cado, cadere, cecidi 3
    fall
  268. caedo, caedere, cecidi, caesum 3
    cause to fall, kill
  269. claudo, claudere, clausi, clausum 3
    shut
  270. cogo, cogere, coegi, coactum 3
    gather, force
  271. disco, discere, didici 3
    learn
  272. perdo, perdere, perdidi, perditum 3
    lose, destroy
  273. relinquo, relinquere, reliqui, relictum 3
    leave behind
  274. scribo, scribere, scripsi, scriptum 3
    write
  275. aperio, aperire, aperui, apertum 4
    open
  276. accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptum 3 i-stem
    accept, receive
  277. cupio, cupere, cupivi, cupitum 3 i-stem
    wish
  278. incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum 3 i-stem
    begin
  279. ait defective, found mostly in this form
    he/she/it says or said
  280. inquit defective, found mostly in this form
    he/she/it says or said
  281. anima, animae f1
    soul
  282. epistula, epistulae f1
    letter
  283. poena, poenae f1
    punishment
  284. regina, reginae f1
    queen
  285. animus, animi m2
    mind
  286. cibus, cibi m2
    food
  287. numerus, numeri m2
    number
  288. oculus, oculi m2
    eye
  289. populous, populi m2
    people, race
  290. somnus, somni m2
    sleep
  291. ventus, venti m2
    wind
  292. bellum, belli n2
    war
  293. collum, colli n2
    neck
  294. fatum, fati n2
    fate
  295. forum, fori n2
    forum
  296. iugum (jugum), iugi n2
    yoke
  297. negotium, negotii n2
    business
  298. officium, officii n2
    duty
  299. oppidum, oppidi n2
    town
  300. otium, otii n2
    leisure
  301. proelium, proelii n2
    battle
  302. silentium, silentii n2
    silence
  303. somnium, somnii n2
    dream
  304. telum, teli n2
    spear, missile
  305. tergum, tergi n2
    back
  306. venenum, veneni n2
    poison
  307. verbum, verbi n2
    word
  308. antequam
    before
  309. postquam
    after
  310. quamquam
    although
  311. fere
    almost
  312. iam (=jam)
    now, already
  313. procul
    far away
  314. subito
    suddenly
  315. tamen
    but, however ,nevertheless
  316. amor, amoris m3
    love
  317. canis, canis m/f3
    dog
  318. dolor, doloris m3
    pain
  319. dux, ducis m3
    leader
  320. flos, floris m3
    flower
  321. frater, fratris m3
    brother
  322. grex, gregis m3
    flock, herd
  323. homo, hominis m/f3
    human being
  324. labor, laboris m3
    work
  325. miles, militis m3
    soldier
  326. pastor, pastoris m3
    shepherd
  327. pater, patris m3
    father
  328. rex, regis m3
    king
  329. sacerdos, sacerdotis m/f3
    priest(ess)
  330. arbor, aboris f3
    tree
  331. lex, legis f3
    law
  332. lux, lucis f3
    light
  333. mater, matris f3
    mother
  334. mulier, mulieris f3
    woman
  335. pax, pacis f3
    peace
  336. pecus, pecudis f3
    flock, herd
  337. soror, sororis f3
    sister
  338. uxor, uxoris f3
    wife
  339. virtus, virtutis f3
    courage, virtue
  340. vox, vocis f3
    voice
  341. caput, capitis n3
    head
  342. carmen, carminis n3
    song, poem
  343. corpus, corporis n3
    body
  344. flumen, fluminis n3
    river
  345. ius (=jus), iuris n3
    law
  346. lumen, luminis n3
    light
  347. munus, muneris n3
    gift
  348. numen, numinis n3
    divinity
  349. opus, operis n3
    work
  350. tempus, temporis n3
    time
  351. civis, civis m3
    citizen
  352. collis, collis m3
    hill
  353. dens, dentis m3
    tooth
  354. fons, fontis m3
    fountain
  355. hostis, hostis m3
    enemy
  356. ignis, ignis m3
    fire
  357. mons, montis m3
    mountain
  358. piscis, piscis m3
    fish
  359. pons, pontis m3
    bridge
  360. ars, artis f3
    art
  361. arx, arcis f3
    citadel
  362. classis, classis f3
    fleet
  363. mens, mentis f3
    mind
  364. mors, mortis f3
    death
  365. navis, navis f3
    ship
  366. nox, noctis f3
    night
  367. pars, partis f3
    part
  368. turris, turris f3
    tower
  369. urbs, urbis f3
    city
  370. brevis, breve
    short
  371. caelestis, caeleste
    heavenly
  372. crudelis, crudele
    cruel
  373. deformis, deforme
    ugly
  374. difficilis, difficile
    difficult
  375. dissimilis, dissimile + gen. or dat.
    unlike
  376. dulcis, dulce
    sweet
  377. facilis, facile
    easy
  378. fortis, forte
    strong, brave
  379. gravis, grave
    heavy, serious
  380. humilis, humile
    humble
  381. immortalis, immortale
    immortal
  382. inais, inane
    empty
  383. incolumis, incolume
    safe
  384. levis, leve
    light
  385. mollis, molle
    soft
  386. mortalis, mortale
    mortal
  387. omnis, omne
    all, every
  388. pinguis, pingue
    fat
  389. similis, simile + gen. or dat.
    like, similar to
  390. tristis, triste
    sad
  391. turpis, turpe
    shameful
  392. audax, audacis
    bold, daring
  393. felix, felicis
    happy
  394. ferox, ferocis
    fierce
  395. infelix, infelicis
    unhappy
  396. ingens, ingentis
    huge
  397. potentis, potentis
    powerful
  398. acer, acris, acre
    sharp, fierce
  399. celeber, celebris, celebre
    famous
  400. celer, celeris, celere
    swift
  401. saluber, saluberis, salubre
    healthy
  402. volucer, volucris, volucre
    flying
  403. currus, currus m4
    chariot
  404. equitatus, equitatus m4
    cavalry
  405. exercitus, exercitus m4
    army
  406. fluctus, fluctus m4
    wave
  407. fructus, fructus m4
    fruit
  408. impetus, impetus m4
    rush, onset
  409. magistratus, magistratus m4
    magistrate, official
  410. metus, metus m4
    fear
  411. portus, portus m4
    port, harbor
  412. senatus, senatus m4
    Senate
  413. versus, versus m4
    verse
  414. vultus, vultus m4
    face
  415. domus, domus f4
    house
  416. manus, manus f4
    land
  417. cornu, cornus n4
    horn, wing (of battle line)
  418. gelu, gelus n4
    frost
  419. genu, genus n4
    knee
  420. acies, aciei f5
    battle line
  421. dies, diei f5(sometimes masculine)
    day
  422. facies, faciei f5
    face
  423. fides, fidei f5
    trust
  424. res, rei f5
    thing
  425. species, speciei f5
    form, appearance
  426. spes, spei f5
    hope, expectation
  427. Caesar, Caesaris m3
    Caesar
  428. consul, consulis m3
    consul
  429. gladiator, gladiatoris m3
    gladiator
  430. imperator, imperatoris m3
    commander, emperor
  431. iuvenis (juvenis), iuvenis m3
    young man
  432. pes, pedis m3
    foot
  433. sanguis, sanguinis m3
    blood
  434. libertas, libertatis f3
    freedom
  435. oratio, orationis f3
    speech
  436. pietas, pietatis f3
    piety
  437. senectus, senectutis f3
    old age
  438. veritas, veritatis f3
    truth
  439. iter, itineris n3
    journey
  440. litus, litoris n3
    shore
  441. munus, muneris n3
    gift
  442. omen, ominis n3
    omen
  443. scelus, sceleris n3
    crime
  444. forte
    by chance
  445. sponte
    spontatneously
  446. vero
    truly
  447. furtim
    stealthily
  448. olim
    at some time
  449. passim
    everywhere
  450. interim
    meanwhile
  451. partim
    partly
  452. paulatim
    gradually
  453. verbatim
    word for word
  454. hic
    here
  455. hinc
    from here
  456. huc
    to here
  457. illic
    there
  458. illinc
    from there
  459. illuc
    to there
  460. circa/-um
    around Or a Preposition that take the Accusative Case
  461. extra
    outside Or a Preposition that take the Accusative Case
  462. infra
    below Or a Preposition that take the Accusative Case
  463. intra
    inside Or a Preposition that take the Accusative Case
  464. prope
    near(by) Or a Preposition that take the Accusative Case
  465. supra
    above Or a Preposition that take the Accusative Case
  466. cum... tum...
    not only... but also...
  467. non modo (solum, tantum)... sed etiam...
    not only... but also...
  468. modo
    only, just
  469. solum
    only, just
  470. tantum
    only, just
  471. etiam
    also, even
  472. ne� quidem
    not even
  473. fugo 1
    put to flight
  474. supero 1
    conquer
  475. vulnero 1
    wound
  476. deleo, delere, delevi, deletum 2
    destroy
  477. iaceo (=jaceo), iacere, iacui 2
    lie down
  478. iubeo (=jubeo), iubere, iussi, iussum 2
    order
  479. defendo, defendere, defendi, defensum 3
    defend
  480. invado, invadere, invasi, invasum 3
    invade
  481. fugio, fugere, fugi 3 i-stem
    fleet
  482. iacio (=jacio), iacere, ieci, iactum 3 i-stem
    throw
  483. interficio, interficere, -feci, -fectum 3 i-stem
    kill
  484. galea, galeae f1
    helmet
  485. hasta, hastae f1
    spear
  486. pugna, pugnae f1
    battle
  487. gladius, gladii m2
    sword
  488. scutum, scuti m2
    shield
  489. socius, sociim2
    ally
  490. centurio, centuriunis m3
    centurion
  491. eques, equitis m3
    horsemen
  492. pedes, peditis m3
    foot soldier
  493. victor, victoris m3
    victor
  494. legio, legionis f3
    legion
  495. agmen, agminis n3
    column (esp. of soldiers)
  496. vulnus, vulneris n3
    wound
  497. affero, afferre, attuli, allatum
    carry to
  498. aufero, auferre, abstuli, ablatum
    carry from
  499. confero, conferre, contuli, collatum
    bring together
  500. defero, deferre, detuli, delatum
    bring down
  501. differo, differre, distuli, dilatum
    disperse, postpone
  502. effero, efferre, extuli, elatum
    bring out of
  503. infero, inferre, intuli, illatum
    bring into
  504. offero, offerre, obtuli, oblatum
    offer
  505. perfero, perferre, pertuli, perlatum
    bring through, endure
  506. refero, referre, retuli, relatum
    bring back
  507. suffero, sufferre, sustuli, sublatum
    brind under, endure
  508. arbitror, arbitrary, arbitrates sum 1
    think
  509. conor, conari, conatus sum 1
    try
  510. hortor, hortari, hortatus sum 1
    exhort
  511. miror,mirari, miratus sum 1
    admire
  512. moror, morari, moratus sum 1
    delay
  513. precor, precari, precatus sum 1
    pray
  514. fateor, fateri, fassus sum 2
    confess
  515. mereor, mereri, meritus sum 2
    deserve
  516. polliceor, polliceri, pollicitus sum 2
    promise
  517. hora, horae f1
    hour
  518. dies, diei m/f5
    day
  519. mensis, mensis m3
    month
  520. annus, anni m2
    year
  521. ver, veris n3
    spring
  522. aestas, aestatis f3
    summer
  523. autumnus, autumn m2
    fall
  524. hiems, hiemis f3
    winter

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