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  1. FULL LATIN
    "ENGLISH
  2. DICTIONARY"
  3. a; um
    of Mt. Rhodope
  4. accipio; accipere; accepi; acceptus
    to get; receive; welcome
  5. accipio; accipere; accepi; acceptus
    to get; receive; welcome
  6. acclivis; is; e
    inclined
  7. aether; aetheris; acc is aethera
    the upper regions of space; heaven
  8. ait
    he/she says; said
  9. alimentum; i
    food; pl nourishment; sustenance
  10. aliter
    otherwise; differently
  11. altus; a; um
    tall; high; deep
  12. ambages; ambagum
    a circuitous path; a long-winded and evasive speech
  13. amictus; us
    cloak
  14. Amor; Amoris
    Cupid
  15. anima; animae
    air; breath; soul; life; spirit
  16. animus; i
    wind
  17. annus; i
    year
  18. annus; i
    year
  19. antequam
    before
  20. aquilo; aquilonis
    the north wind
  21. arceo; arcere; arcui
    to contain; restrain; to keep away; drive back
  22. arduus; a; um
    tall; towering; steep; precipitous
  23. arripio; arripere; arripui; arreptus
    to grasp; to take hold of; embrace
  24. auguror; augurari; auguratus sum
    to fortell; to surmise; to sense
  25. aura; aurae
    breath of air; breeze
  26. aura; aurae
    breath of air; breeze
  27. auris; auris
    ear
  28. auspicium; i
    omen
  29. aut
    or
  30. aut
    or
  31. Avernus; a; um
    of the underworld
  32. avidus; a; um
    greedy; desirous of
  33. Belis; Belidos (nom plu Belides)
    descendents of Belus
  34. bene
    well
  35. bracchium; i
    forearm
  36. calco; calcare; calcavi; calcatus
    to trample; tread; step on
  37. caligo; caliginis
    darkness; gloom
  38. capto; captare; captavi; captatus
    to try to touch; to grasp at
  39. carmen; carmenis
    hymn; song; poem
  40. carmen; carmenis
    hymn; song; poem
  41. carpo; carpere; carpsi; carptus
    to pluck; gather; to tear at to travel; to pursue a path
  42. catena; catenae
    chain
  43. causa; ae
    reason
  44. cedo; cedere; cessi; cessurus
    to go; proceed; + dative to yield do; be inferior to
  45. Ceres; Cereris
    Ceres
  46. certo; certare; certavi; certaturus
    to contend; to strive; to struggle
  47. certus; a; um
    certain
  48. Chaos; i
    the formless state of the universe before creatiion
  49. Cicones; Ciconum
    the Cicones
  50. collum; i
    neck
  51. colubra; ae
    serpent; snake
  52. comito; comitare; comitavi; comitatus
    to accompany
  53. confido; confidere; confisus sum
    to trust in; have confidence in; be sure of
  54. conjunx; conjugis
    spouse
  55. conjunx; conjugis
    spouse
  56. conjunx; conjugis
    spouse
  57. conjunx; conjugis
    spouse
  58. conjunx; conjugis
    spouse
  59. corpus; corporis
    body
  60. creo; creare; creavi; creatus
    to beget; create
  61. cresco; crescere; crevi; creturus
    to be born; increase; change into; to grow
  62. crimen; criminis
    charge; accusation; misdeed; crime
  63. croceus; a; um
    of saffron; yellow
  64. crudelis; is; e
    cruel
  65. cum
    with
  66. cura; ae
    care
  67. de
    down from; concerning; about
  68. de
    down from; concerning; about
  69. debeo; debere; debui; debitus
    to owe; ought
  70. deficio; deficere; defeci; defectus
    to fail; to lose strength; to faint
  71. defleo; deflere; deflevi; defletus
    to weep for; mourn
  72. dens; dentis
    tooth; fang
  73. densus; a; um
    thick; dense; frequent
  74. depositis
    set aside
  75. descendo; descendere; descendi; descensurus
    to come; go down; climb down
  76. descendo; descendere; descendi; descensurus
    to come; go down; climb down
  77. despositis
    set aside
  78. deus; dei; dei; dii; di; deis; dis
    god
  79. dico; dicere; dixi; dictus
    to say; tell
  80. dico; dicere; dixi; dixtus*
    to say; tell
  81. dies; diei
    day
  82. diffundo; diffundere; diffudi; diffusus
    to pour widely; to pour into; diffuse
  83. digredior; digredi; digressurus
    to go away; depart
  84. dolor; doloris
    grief; pain
  85. dominus; i
    master
  86. domus; domus (abl domo; acc plural domos)
    house
  87. donec
    until
  88. donum; doni
    gift
  89. dubito; dubitare; dubitavi; dubitatus
    to be in doubt; to be uncertain; to waver; to hesitate
  90. dum
    while; as long as
  91. duo; duae; duo
    two
  92. ego
    I; we
  93. enim
    for
  94. eodem
    to/into the same place
  95. eram; eras; erat
    was
  96. ero; eris; erit
    will
  97. esse
    to be
  98. esse
    to be
  99. esse
    to be
  100. et
    and
  101. et
    and
  102. et
    and
  103. et
    and
  104. et
    and
  105. et
    and
  106. et
    and
  107. et
    and
  108. Eurydice; Euredices; acc Eurydicen
    wife of Orpheus
  109. exeo; exire; exii; exiturus*
    to go out
  110. exitus; us
    departure; exit; outcome
  111. exsanguis; is; e
    bloodless; pale; lifeless
  112. falsus; a; um
    untrue; false; deceptive
  113. fama; ae
    news; report; story
  114. fama; ae
    news; report; story
  115. fatum; i
    prophecy; destiny; fate
  116. fatum; i
    prophecy; doom; destiny; fate
  117. fax; facis
    torch; flame of love
  118. felix; felicis
    fertile; productive; lucky; happy; fortunate
  119. figura; figurae
    form; composition; outward appearance
  120. flecto; flectere; flexi; flexus
    to bend; to curve; to turn
  121. flecto; flectere; flexi; flexus
    to bend; to curve; to turn
  122. fleo; flere; flevi; fletus
    to weep; cry; lament
  123. for; on behalf of; as
  124. for; on behalf of; as
  125. frustra
    in vain
  126. fumus; fumi
    smoke
  127. fungor; fungi; functus sum
    to perform; to experience; suffer
  128. gaudeo; gaudere; gavisus sum
    to be glad; rejoice
  129. geminus; a; um
    twin-born; twin; twofold; double
  130. gena; genae
    the side of the face; cheek
  131. guttur; gutturis
    throat
  132. herba; ae
    small plant
  133. heros; heroos
    hero
  134. hic; haec; hoc
    this
  135. hic; haec; hoc
    this
  136. hic; haec; hoc
    this
  137. hic; haec; hoc
    this
  138. "hic; haec; hoc
  139. hic (with macron)"
    "this
  140. here"
  141. "hic; haec; hoc
  142. hic (with macron)"
    "this
  143. here"
  144. "hic; haec; hoc
  145. hic (with macron)"
    "this
  146. here"
  147. "hic; haec; hoc
  148. hic (with macron)"
    "this
  149. here"
  150. huc
    here; to here
  151. huc
    here; to here
  152. humanus; a; um
    human
  153. Hymenaeus; i
    the Greek wedding refrain; the god of marriage
  154. iam
    now; already
  155. iam
    now; already
  156. Ide; Ides
    Mt. Ida
  157. iecur; iecoris
    the liver
  158. ignis; ignis
    fire
  159. ille; illa; illud
    that; he; she; it; that famous
  160. ille; illa; illud
    that; he; she; it; that famous
  161. ille; illa; illud
    that; he; she; it; that famous
  162. ille; illa; illud
    that; he; she; it; that famous
  163. ille; illa; illud
    that; he; she; it; that famous
  164. immensus; a; um
    boundless; vast
  165. imus; ima; imum
    lowest; at the lowest part of
  166. in
    into; toward; until; in; on; among
  167. in
    into; toward; until; in; on; among
  168. in
    into; toward; until; in; on; among
  169. in
    into; toward; until; in; on; among
  170. in
    into; toward; until; in; on; among
  171. in
    into; toward; until; in; on; among
  172. in
    into; toward; until; in; on; among
  173. inamoenus; a; um
    unpleasant; unlovely
  174. incedo; incedere; incessi; incessurus
    to march; to go
  175. inde
    from there; then
  176. infelix; infelicis
    unfertile; unproductive; disastrous; ill-fated; unfortunate
  177. infelix; infelicis
    unfertile; unproductive; disastrous; ill-fated; unfortunate
  178. ingens; ingentis
    huge; big
  179. intendo; intendere; intendi; intentus
    to stretch; to hold out; to stretch forth
  180. inter
    between; among
  181. invenio; invenire; inveni; inventus
    to come upon; to find
  182. irritus; a; um
    nullified; void
  183. iterum
    again; a second time
  184. iterum
    again; a second time
  185. iungo; iungere; iunxi; iunctus
    to join
  186. ius; iuris
    law; legal sanction; legal authority; right
  187. jungo; jungere; junxi; junctus
    to join
  188. justus; a; um
    lawful; legitimate; rightful; proper; deserved
  189. lacrima; lacrimae
    tear
  190. lacrima; lacrimae
    tear
  191. lacrimosus; a; um
    tearful; causing tears
  192. laetus; a; um
    happy; glad; joyful
  193. lapis; lapidis
    stone
  194. lego; legere; legi; lectus
    to gather; collect; select; to read
  195. letum; i
    death; destruction
  196. levis; is; e
    light; nimble; gentle; unsubstantial
  197. licet; licere; licuit
    it is allowed
  198. loca; locorum (n pl)
    place
  199. longus; a; um
    long
  200. loquor; loqui; locutus sum
    to speak; to talk
  201. lumen; luminis
    light; eye; vision; gaze
  202. madesco; madescere; madui
    to get wet
  203. margo; marginis
    wall; border; edge; margin
  204. maturus; a; um
    ripe; advanced in age
  205. medius; a; um
    mid-; middle
  206. Medusaeus; a; um
    of Medusa
  207. mentior; mentiri; mentitus sum
    to lie; to invent
  208. metuo; metuere; metui; metutus
    to fear; be afraid of
  209. monstrum; monstri
    omen; portent; monster
  210. mortalis; is; e
    subject to death; mortal
  211. motus; us
    movement
  212. moveo; movere; movi; motus
    to move; shake
  213. mundus; i
    world; universe
  214. munus; muneris
    a required task; tribute; gift; favor; service
  215. munus; muneris
    a required task; tribute; offering; favor; service
  216. mutus; a; um
    mute; soundless
  217. Naias; Naiadis
    Naiad (a river nymph)
  218. nam
    for
  219. natura; ae
    nature
  220. ne
    in case; to prevent; not to; so that
  221. ne
    in case; to prevent; not to; so that
  222. ne
    in case; to prevent; not to; so that
  223. nec
    and...not
  224. nec
    and...not
  225. nec
    and...not
  226. nec
    and...not
  227. nec
    and...not
  228. nec
    and...not
  229. nec
    and...not
  230. nec
    and...not
  231. nec
    and...not
  232. nec
    and...not
  233. nego; negare; negavi; negatus
    to say (that) not; to refuse
  234. nego; negare; negavi; negatus
    to say (that) not; to refuse
  235. nequiquam
    with no effect; to no avail; in vain
  236. nervus; i
    muscle; nerve; cord; string
  237. nervus; i
    muscle; nerve; cord; string
  238. nil
    nothing
  239. nisi
    unless; if...not; except
  240. nisi
    unless; if...not; except
  241. nocens
    here; guilty
  242. nolo; nolle; nolui
    to be unwilling; not wish; refuse
  243. non
    not
  244. non
    not
  245. non
    not
  246. non
    not
  247. non
    not
  248. non
    not
  249. notus; a; um
    known
  250. novus; a; um
    new
  251. nullus; a; um
    no; none
  252. numen; numinis
    nod; divine power; supernatural influence
  253. nunc
    now
  254. nupta; ae
    married woman; wife
  255. oborior; oboriri; obortus sum
    to rise up; spring up
  256. obscurus; a; um
    dark; obscure; shadowy
  257. occido; occidere; occidi; occasurus
    to fall; collapse; die
  258. oculus; i
    eye
  259. omen; ominis
    omen; sign
  260. omnis; is; e
    all; the whole; every; each
  261. omnis; is; e
    all; the whole; every; each
  262. opacus; a; um
    shaded; shadowy; dark
  263. opacus; a; um
    shaded; shadowy; dark
  264. ora; ae
    shore; coast
  265. ora; ae
    shore; coast
  266. orbis; orbis
    disc; wheel; orb; the world
  267. oro; orare; oravi; oratus
    to beg
  268. Orphea; a; um
    belonging to Orpheus
  269. os; oris
    mouth; face; expression
  270. passus; passus
    step; pace; stride
  271. patior; pati; passus sum
    to suffer; endure; allow; permit
  272. paulum
    a little; little
  273. pavor; pavoris
    sudden fear; terror
  274. pectus; pectoris
    chest; breast
  275. pello; pellere; pepuli; pulsus
    to beat against; strike; to drive away; banish; expel
  276. per
    through; along; over
  277. per
    through; along; over
  278. per
    through; along; over
  279. per
    through; along; over
  280. per
    through; along; over
  281. per
    through; along; over
  282. perago; peragere; peregi; peractus
    to chase; to complete; to go through; to live out; to complete
  283. Persephone; es; acc Persephonen
    wife of Pluto
  284. plenus; a; um
    full
  285. populus; i
    people
  286. porta; portae
    gate
  287. portitor; portitoris
    tollkeeper
  288. posco; poscere; poposci
    to ask for; demand
  289. possum; posse; potui
    to be able
  290. post
    after
  291. prendo; prendere; prendi; prensus
    to grasp; sieze; take hold of; to catch; to capture
  292. prendo; prendere; prendi; prensus
    to grasp; catch; seize; capture
  293. primum
    first; at first
  294. prior; prius
    first; previous
  295. procul
    in the distance; far off
  296. propero; properare; properavi; properatus
    to act with haste; be quick to hurry; rush
  297. propero; properare; properavi; properatus
    to act with haste; be quick to hurry; rush
  298. pulso; pulsare; pulsavi; pulsatus
    to strike; beat
  299. quam
    how; as...as possible
  300. quam
    how; as...as possible
  301. quam
    how; as...as possible
  302. quam
    how; as...as possible
  303. quam
    how; as...as possible
  304. quam
    how; as...as possible
  305. queror
    I complain; lament
  306. questus; a; um
    complained; lamented
  307. questus; a; um
    complained; lamented
  308. qui
    who; what; that; which
  309. qui
    who; what; that; which
  310. qui
    who; what; that; which
  311. qui
    who; what; that; which
  312. qui
    who; what; that; which
  313. qui
    who; what; that; which
  314. qui; quae; quod
    who; which; that
  315. quicquam
    in any respect; at all
  316. quidem
    indeed
  317. quisquis; quidquid
    any who; whoever; whatever
  318. quod
    "in this section it means ""but"""
  319. quondam
    once; formerly
  320. quoque
    also
  321. quoque
    also
  322. quoque
    also
  323. rapina; ae
    plunder; kidnapping
  324. reccido; reccidere; reccidi; reccasurus
    to fall back; sink back
  325. recens; recentis
    recent; newly arrived; newly shed; recently caught
  326. recipio; recipere; recepi; receptus
    to receive; (se recipere - to return)
  327. recipio; recipere; recepi; receptus
    to receive; (se recipere - to return)
  328. redeo; redire; redii; rediturus
    to return; go back
  329. refugus
    fleeing; vanishing
  330. regius; a; um
    of the king; royal
  331. regnum; i
    kingdom
  332. regnum; i
    kingdom
  333. regnum; i
    kingdom
  334. rego; regere; rexi; rectus
    to rule
  335. relabor; relabi; relapsus sum
    to fall; to slip backward
  336. relinquo; relinquere; reliqui; relictus
    to leave
  337. retexo; retexere; retexui; retextus
    to unweave
  338. retro
    toward the rear; backwards; behind
  339. revolvo; revolvere; revolui; revolutus
    to roll back; return; to fall back again
  340. ripa; ae
    riverbank
  341. rursus
    again
  342. same as ut
  343. satis
    enough
  344. saxum; i
    stone; rock; boulder
  345. saxum; i
    stone; rock; boulder
  346. se
    himself; herself; itself
  347. se
    himself; herself; itself
  348. se
    himself; herself; itself
  349. sed
    but
  350. sed
    but
  351. sedeo; sedere; sedi; sessurus
    to sit
  352. sedes; sedis
    seat; home; place; position
  353. septem
    seven
  354. serpens; serpentis
    snake; serpent
  355. si
    if
  356. si
    if
  357. si
    if
  358. sic
    thus; in this way
  359. silentium; i
    silence
  360. silentium; i
    silence
  361. simul
    together; at the same time
  362. simulacrum; i
    likeness; image; statue; phantom; ghost
  363. sine
    without
  364. Sisyphus; i
    Sisyphus
  365. sollemnis; is; e
    ceremonial; ritual; traditional
  366. squalidus; a; um
    rough; filthy; unbathed; unkempt
  367. stridulus; a; um
    shrill; high-pitched
  368. stupeo; stupere; stupui; stupitus
    to be amazed; gape; to be paralyzed
  369. stupeo; stupere; stupui; stupitus
    to be amazed; gape; to be paralyzed
  370. Styx; Stygis; acc Styga
    the river Styx
  371. sub
    under; beneath
  372. sum; es; est
    is
  373. sum; es; est
    is
  374. sum; es; est
    is
  375. sum; es; est
    is
  376. sum; es; est
    is
  377. sum; es; est
    is
  378. sum; es; est
    is
  379. sum; es; est
    is
  380. sum; es; est
    is
  381. sum; es; est
    is
  382. summus; a; um
    very great; the greatest; the top of
  383. superus; a; um
    above; upper
  384. superus; a; um
    above; upper
  385. sustineo; sustinere; sustinui
    to hold up; support; sustain
  386. sustineo; sustinere; sustinui
    to hold up; support; sustain
  387. suus; a; um
    his; her; its; their
  388. suus; a; um
    his; her; its; their
  389. Taenarius; a; um
    of Taenarus (a peninsula)
  390. talus; i
    ankle
  391. Tantalus; i
    Tantalus
  392. Tartara; tartarorum
    the underworld
  393. tendo; tendere; tetendi; tentus
    to extend; stretch forth; proceed
  394. terni; ae; a
    three; three at one time
  395. trames; tramitis
    footpath; trail
  396. umidus; a; um
    wet; moist; rainy
  397. usque
    all the way to/from; continuously
  398. usus; us
    use; employment; the right to use or enjoy; utility; marriage
  399. vaco; vacare; vacavi; vacaturus
    to be empty; unfilled; to be free from; to take a rest from
  400. vagor; vagari; vagatus sum
    to wander; roam
  401. valles; vallis
    valley
  402. vastus; a; um
    desolate; lifeless; huge; immense
  403. vates; vatis
    prophet; bard; poet
  404. velo; velare; velavi; velatus
    to cover; clothe
  405. venenum; i
    potent herb; poison; venom
  406. venia; ae
    favor; kindness; blessing; forgiveness; pardon; reprieve; remission
  407. villosus; a; um
    shaggy; hairy
  408. vincio; vincire; vinxi; vinctus
    to bind up
  409. vipera; viperae
    viper; serpent
  410. volucris; volucris
    winged creature; bird

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