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Latin Flashcards for Wheelocks's 6th Ed. Revised
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  1. Quid
    What
  2. Nihil (indecl.); n.
    Nothing
  3. Nōn
    Not
  4. Saepe
    Often
  5. If
  6. Amō, -āre
    Love, like
  7. Amābō tē
    Please
  8. Cōgitō, -āre
    Think, ponder, consider, plan
  9. Dēbeō, -ēre, -uī, -itum
    Owe, ought, must
  10. Dō, dare, dedī, datum
    Give, offer
  11. Errō, -āre
    Wander; err, go astray, make a mistake, be mistaken
  12. Laudō, -āre
    Praise
  13. Moneō, -ēre, -uī, -itum
    Remind, advise, warn
  14. Salveō, -ēre
    Be well, be in good health
  15. Salvē, salvēte
    Hello, greetings
  16. Servō, -āre
    Preserve, save, keep, guard
  17. Cōnservō, -āre
    Preserve, conserve, maintain
  18. Terreō, -ēre, -uī, -itum
    Frighten, terrify
  19. Valeō, -ēre, -uī, -itūrum
    Be strong, have power, be well
  20. Valē, valēte
    Goodbye, farewell
  21. Videō, -ēre, -ī, vīsum
    See, observe, understand
  22. Vocō, -āre
    Call, summon
  23. Fāma, -ae; f.
    Rumor, report, fame, reputation
  24. Fōrma, -ae; f.
    Form, shape, beauty
  25. Fortūna, -ae; f.
    Fortune, luck
  26. Īra, -ae; f.
    Ire, anger
  27. Nauta, -ae; m.
    Sailor
  28. Patria, -ae; f.
    Fatherland, native land, (one's) country
  29. Pecūnia, -ae; f.
    Money
  30. Philosophia, -ae; f.
    Philosophy
  31. Poena, -ae; f.
    Penalty, punishment
  32. Poenās dare
    Pay the penalty
  33. Poēta -ae; m.
    Poet
  34. Porta, -ae; f.
    Gate, entrance
  35. Puella, -ae; f.
    Girl
  36. Rosa, rosae; f.
    Rose
  37. Sententia, -ae; f.
    Feeling, thought, opinion, vote, sentence
  38. Vīta, -ae; f.
    Life, mode of life
  39. Antīquus, -a, -um
    Ancient, old-time
  40. Magnus, -a, -um
    Large, great; important
  41. Meus, -a, -um
    My
  42. Multus, -a, -um
    Much, many
  43. Tuus, -a, -um
    Your
  44. Et
    And; even
  45. Et ... et
    Both ... and
  46. Sed
    But
  47. Ō
    O!, Oh!
  48. Sine
    +abl: without
  49. Sum, esse, fuī, futūrum
    Be, exist
  50. Ager, agrī; m.
    Field, farm
  51. Agricola, -ae; m.
    Farmer
  52. Amīca, -ae; f.
    Friend
  53. Amīcus, -ī; m.
    Friend
  54. Fēmina, -ae; f.
    Woman
  55. Fīlia, -ae; f.

    Dat/abl. pl. filiābus
    Daughter
  56. Fīlius, -ī; m.
    Son
  57. Numerus, -ī; m.
    Number
  58. Populus, -ī; m.
    The people, a people, a nation
  59. Puer, puerī; m.
    Boy

    Pl. boys, children
  60. Sapientia, -ae; f.
    Wisdom
  61. Vir, virī; m.
    Man, hero
  62. Avārus, -a, -um
    Greedy, avaricious
  63. Paucī, -ae, -a
    Few, a few
  64. Rōmānus, -a, -um
    Roman
  65. +abl: down from, from; concerning, about
  66. In
    +abl: in, on

    +acc: into, toward, against
  67. Hodiē
    Today
  68. Semper
    Always
  69. Habeõ, -ēre, -uī, -itum
    Have, hold, possess; consider, regard
  70. Satiõ, -āre
    Satisfy, sate
  71. Bāsium, -ī; n.
    Kiss
  72. Bellum, -ī; n.
    War
  73. Cõnsilium, -ī; n.
    Plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgment, wisdom
  74. Cūra, -ae; f.
    Care, attention, caution, anxiety
  75. Dõnum, -i; n.
    Gift, present
  76. Exitium, -i; n.
    Destruction, ruin
  77. Magister, Magistrī; m.
    Schoolmaster, teacher, master
  78. Magistra, -ae; f.
    Schoolmistress, teacher, mistress
  79. Mora, -ae; f.
    Delay
  80. Oculus, -ī; m.
    Eye
  81. Officium, -ī; n.
    Duty, service
  82. Ōtium, -ī; n.
    Leisure, peace
  83. Perīculum, -ī; n.
    Danger, risk
  84. Remedium, -ī; n.
    Cure, remedy
  85. Bellus, -a, -um
    Pretty, handsome, charming
  86. Bonus, -a, -um
    Good, kind
  87. Hūmānus, -a, -um
    Pertaining to man, human; humane, kind; refined, cultivated
  88. Malus, -a, -um
    Bad, wicked, evil
  89. Parvus, -a, -um
    Small, little
  90. Stultus, -a, -um
    Foolish
  91. Stultus, -ī; m.
    Fool
  92. Vērus, -a, -um
    True, real, proper
  93. Iuvō, -āre, iūvi, iūtum
    Help, aid, assist; please
  94. Adiuvo, -āre, adiūvi, adiūtum
    Help, aid, assist; please
  95. Adulēscentia, -ae; f.
    Youth, young manhood; youthfulness
  96. Animus, -ī; m.
    Soul, spirit, mind
  97. Animī, -ōrum
    High spirits, pride, courage
  98. Caelum, -ī; n.
    Sky, heaven
  99. Culpa, -ae; f.
    Fault, blame
  100. Gloria, -ae; f.
    Glory
  101. Verbum, -ī; n.
    Word
  102. Līber, lībera, līberum
    Free
  103. Noster, nostra, nostrum
    Our, ours
  104. Pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
    Beautiful, handsome; fine
  105. Sānus, -a, -un
    Sound, healthy, sane
  106. Igitur (postpositive)
    Therefore, consequently
  107. Propter
    +acc: On account of, because of
  108. Crās
    Tomorrow
  109. Herī
    Yesterday
  110. Quandō
    When
  111. Sī quandō
    If ever
  112. Satis (indecl.)
    Enough, sufficient(ly)
  113. Tum
    Then, at that time; thereupon, in the next place
  114. Cēnō, -āre
    Dine
  115. Culpō, -āre
    Blame, censure
  116. Remaneō, -ēre, remānsī, remānsum
    Remain, stay, stay behind, abide, continue
  117. Maneō, -ēre, mānsī, mānsum
    Remain, stay, stay behind, abide, continue
  118. Superō, -āre
    Be above, have the upper hand, surpass; overcome, conquer

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