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  1. ā/ab/abs prp +abl
    from, of, since, by
  2. ab-dūcere
    take away, carry off
  3. ab-errāre
    wander away, stray
  4. ab-esse ā-fuisse
    be absent/away/distant
  5. ab-icere
    throw away
  6. ab-īre -eō -iisse
    go away
  7. absēns -entis adi
    absent
  8. abs-tinēre
    keep off
  9. ac-cēdere
    approach, come near
  10. accendere -disse -ēnsum
    light, inflame
  11. ac-cidere -disse
    happen, occur
  12. ac-cipere
    receive
  13. ac-cubāre
    recline at table
  14. ac-cumbere -cubuisse
    lie down at table
  15. ac-currere -rrisse
    come running
  16. accūsāre
    accuse
  17. ācer -cris -cre
    keen, active, fierce
  18. acerbus -a -um
    sour, bitter
  19. aciēs -ēī f
    line of battle
  20. acūtus -a -um
    sharp
  21. ad prp +acc
    to, toward, by, at, till
  22. ad-dere -didisse -ditum
    add
  23. ad-esse af-fuisse (+dat)
    be present, stand by
  24. ad-hūc
    so far, till now, still
  25. ad-icere
    add
  26. ad-īre -eō -iisse -itum
    go to, approach
  27. ad-iungere
    join to, add
  28. ad-iuvāre
    help
  29. ad-mīrārī
    admire, wonder at
  30. admīrātiō -ōnis f
    wonder, admiration
  31. ad-mittere
    let in, admit
  32. ad-nectere -xuisse -xum
    attach, connect
  33. ad-ōrāre
    worship, adore
  34. adulēscēns -entis m
    young man
  35. ad-vehere
    carry, convey (to)
  36. ad-venīre
    arrive
  37. adversus/-um prp +acc
    toward, against
  38. adversus -a -um
    contrary, unfavorable
  39. aedificāre
    build
  40. aedificium -ī n
    building
  41. aeger -gra -grum
    sick, ill
  42. aegrōtāre
    be ill
  43. aegrōtus -a -um
    sick
  44. aequē
    equally
  45. aequinoctium -ī n
    equinox
  46. aequus -a -um
    equal, calm
  47. āēr -eris m
    air
  48. aestās -ātis f
    summer
  49. aestimāre
    value, estimate
  50. aetās -ātis f
    age
  51. affectus -ūs m
    mood, feeling
  52. af-ferre at-tulisse al-lātum
    bring (to, forward, about)
  53. af-ficere af-fecisse af-fectum
    affect, stir
  54. af-firmāre
    assert, affirm
  55. age -ite +imp
    come on! well, now
  56. ager -grī m
    field
  57. agere ēgisse āctum
    drive, do, perform
  58. agmen -inis n
    army on the march, file
  59. agnus -ī m
    lamb
  60. agricola -ae m
    farmer, peasant
  61. ain'
    you don’t say? really?
  62. āiō ais ait āiunt
    say
  63. āla -ae f
    wing
  64. albus -a -um
    white
  65. alere -uisse altum
    feed
  66. aliēnus -a -um
    someone else’s
  67. ali-quandō
    once
  68. ali-quantum
    a good deal
  69. ali-quī -qua -quod
    some
  70. ali-quis -quid
    someone, something
  71. ali-quot indēcl
    some, several
  72. aliter
    otherwise
  73. alius -a -ud
    another, other
  74. aliī…aliī
    some…others
  75. allicere -iō -ēxisse -ectum
    attract
  76. alter -era -erum
    one, the other, second
  77. altum -ī n
    the open sea
  78. altus -a -um
    high, tall, deep
  79. amāns -antis m
    lover
  80. amāre
    love
  81. ambulāre
    walk
  82. amīca -ae f
    girlfriend
  83. amīcitia -ae f
    friendship
  84. amīcus -ī m
    friend
  85. amīcus -a -um
    friendly
  86. ā-mittere
    lose
  87. amnis -is m
    river
  88. amoenus -a -um
    lovely, pleasant
  89. amor -ōris m
    love
  90. amphitheātrum -ī n
    amphitheater
  91. an
    or
  92. ancilla -ae f
    female slave, servant
  93. angustus -a -um
    narrow
  94. anima -ae f
    breath, life, soul
  95. anim-ad-vertere
    notice
  96. animal -ālis n
    animal, living being
  97. animus -ī m
    mind, soul
  98. annus -ī m
    year
  99. ante prp +acc, adv
    in front of, before
  100. anteā
    before, formerly
  101. ante-hāc
    formerly
  102. ante-quam
    before
  103. antīquus -a -um
    old, ancient, former
  104. ānulus -ī m
    ring
  105. anus -ūs f
    old woman
  106. aperīre -uisse -rtum
    open, disclose
  107. apertus -a -um
    open
  108. apis -is f
    bee
  109. ap-pārēre
    appear
  110. appellāre
    call, address
  111. ap-pōnere
    place (on), serve
  112. ap-portāre
    bring
  113. ap-prehendere
    seize
  114. ap-propinquāre (+dat)
    approach, come near
  115. Aprīlis -is (mēnsis)
    April
  116. apud prp +acc
    beside, near, by
  117. aqua -ae f
    water
  118. aquila -ae f
    eagle
  119. arānea -ae f
    spider, cobweb
  120. arāre
    plow
  121. arātor -ōris m
    plowman
  122. arātrum -ī n
    plough
  123. arbitrārī
    think, believe
  124. arbor -oris f
    tree
  125. arcessere -īvisse -ītum
    send for, fetch
  126. arcus -ūs m
    bow
  127. arduus -a -um
    steep
  128. argenteus -a -um
    silver-, of silver
  129. argentum -ī n
    silver
  130. arma -ōrum n pl
    arms
  131. armāre
    arm, equip
  132. armātus -a -um
    armed
  133. ars artis f
    art, skill
  134. as assis m
    as (copper coin)
  135. a-scendere -disse
    climb, go up, mount
  136. asinīnus -a -um
    ass’s
  137. asinus -ī m
    ass, donkey
  138. a-spergere -sisse -sum
    sprinkle, scatter (on)
  139. a-spicere
    look at, look
  140. at
    but
  141. āter -tra -trum
    black, dark
  142. atque/ac
    and, as, than
  143. ātrium -ī n
    main room, hall
  144. attentus -a -um
    attentive
  145. audācia -ae f
    boldness, audacity
  146. audāx -ācis adi
    bold, audacious
  147. audēre ausum esse
    dare, venture
  148. audīre
    hear, listen
  149. au-ferre abs-tulisse ablātum
    carry off, take away
  150. au-fugere
    run away, escape
  151. augēre -xisse -ctum
    increase
  152. Augustus -ī (mēnsis)
    August
  153. aureus -a -um
    gold-, m gold piece
  154. aurīga -ae m
    charioteer, driver
  155. auris -is f
    ear
  156. aurum -ī n
    gold
  157. aut
    or
  158. aut…aut
    either…or
  159. autem
    but, however
  160. autumnus -ī m
    autumn
  161. auxilium -ī n
    help, assistance
  162. auxilia -ōrum n pl
    auxiliary forces
  163. avārus -a -um
    greedy, avaricious
  164. ā-vertere
    turn aside, avert
  165. avis -is f
    bird
  166. avunculus -ī m
    (maternal) uncle
  167. baculum -ī n
    stick
  168. bālāre
    bleat
  169. balneum -ī n
    bath, bathroom
  170. barbarus -a -um
    foreign, barbarian
  171. bāsium -ī n
    kiss
  172. beātus -a -um
    happy
  173. bellum -ī n
    war
  174. bellus -a -um
    lovely, pretty
  175. bene
    well
  176. beneficium -ī n
    benefit, favor
  177. bēstia -ae f
    beast, animal
  178. bēstiola -ae f
    small animal, insect
  179. bibere -bisse
    drink
  180. bīnī -ae -a
    two (each)
  181. bis
    twice
  182. bonum -ī n
    good, blessing
  183. bonus -a -um
    good
  184. bōs bovis m/f
    ox
  185. bracchium -ī n
    arm
  186. brevī adv
    soon
  187. brevis -e
    short
  188. cachinnus -ī m
    laugh, guffaw
  189. cadere cecidisse
    fall
  190. caecus -a -um
    blind
  191. caedere cecidisse caesum
    beat, fell, kill
  192. caedēs -is f
    killing, slaughter
  193. caelum -ī n
    sky, heaven
  194. calamus -ī m
    reed, pen
  195. calceus -ī m
    shoe
  196. calidus -a -um
    warm, hot, f hot water
  197. calor -ōris m
    warmth, heat
  198. campus -ī m
    plain
  199. candidus -a -um
    white, bright
  200. canere cecinisse
    sing (of), crow, play
  201. canis -is m/f
    dog
  202. cantāre
    sing
  203. cantus -ūs m
    singing, music
  204. capere -iō cēpisse captum
    take, catch, capture
  205. capillus -ī m
    hair
  206. capitulum -ī n
    chapter
  207. caput -itis n
    head, chief, capital
  208. carcer -eris m
    prison
  209. cardō -inis m
    door pivot, hinge
  210. carēre +abl
    be without, lack
  211. carmen -inis n
    song, poem
  212. carō carnis f
    flesh, meat
  213. carpere -psisse-ptum
    gather, pick, crop
  214. cārus -a -um
    dear
  215. castra -ōrum n pl
    camp
  216. cāsus -ūs m
    fall, case
  217. catēna -ae f
    chain
  218. cauda -ae f
    tail
  219. causa -ae f
    cause, reason
  220. gen (/meā) +causā
    for the sake of
  221. cautus -a -um
    cautious
  222. cavēre cāvisse cautum
    beware (of)
  223. cēdere cessisse
    go, withdraw
  224. celer -eris -ere
    swift, quick
  225. celsus -a -um
    tall
  226. cēna -ae f
    dinner
  227. cēnāre
    dine, have dinner
  228. cēnsēre -uisse -sum
    think
  229. centēsimus -a -um
    hundredth
  230. centum
    a hundred
  231. cēra -ae f
    wax
  232. cerebrum -ī n
    brain
  233. cernere crēvisse
    discern, perceive
  234. certāmen -inis n
    contest, fight
  235. certāre
    contend, fight
  236. certē
    certainly, at any rate
  237. certō adv
    for certain
  238. certus -a -um
    certain, sure
  239. cessāre
    leave off, cease
  240. cēterī -ae -a
    the other(s), the rest
  241. cēterum adv
    besides, however
  242. cēterus -a -um
    remaining
  243. charta -ae f
    paper
  244. cibus -ī m
    food
  245. cingere cīnxisse cīnctum
    surround
  246. circā prp +acc
    round
  247. circēnsēs -ium m pl
    games in the circus
  248. circēnsis -e
    of the circus
  249. circiter
    about
  250. circum prp +acc
    round
  251. circum-dare
    surround
  252. circum-silīre
    hop about
  253. circus -ī m
    circle, orbit, circus
  254. cis prp +acc
    on this side of
  255. citerior -ius comp
    nearer
  256. citrā prp +acc
    on this side of
  257. cīvis -is m/f
    citizen, countryman
  258. clāmāre
    shout
  259. clāmor -ōris m
    shout, shouting
  260. clārus -a -um
    bright, clear, loud
  261. classis -is f
    fleet
  262. claudere -sisse -sum
    shut, close
  263. claudus -a -um
    lame
  264. clausus -a -um
    closed, shut
  265. clāvis -is f
    key
  266. clēmēns -entis adi
    mild, lenient
  267. cocus -ī m
    cook
  268. cōgere co-ēgisse -āctum
    compel, force
  269. cōgitāre
    think
  270. cognōmen -inis n
    surname
  271. cognōscere -ōvisse -itum
    get to know, recognize
  272. cohors -rtis f
    cohort
  273. colere -uisse cultum
    cultivate
  274. collis -is m
    hill
  275. col-loquī
    talk, converse
  276. colloquium -ī n
    conversation
  277. collum -ī n
    neck
  278. colōnus -ī m
    (tenant-) farmer
  279. color -ōris m
    color
  280. columna -ae f
    column
  281. comes -itis m
    companion
  282. comitārī
    accompany
  283. com-memorāre
    mention
  284. commūnis -e
    common
  285. cōmoedia -ae f
    comedy
  286. com-parāre
    compare
  287. com-plectī -exum
    embrace
  288. com-plēre -ēvisse -ētum
    fill, complete
  289. com-plūrēs -a
    several
  290. com-putāre
    calculate, reckon
  291. cōnārī
    attempt, try
  292. condiciō -ōnis f
    condition
  293. cōn-ficere
    make, accomplish
  294. cōn-fidere +dat
    trust
  295. cōn-fitērī -fessum
    confess
  296. con-iungere
    join, connect
  297. coniūnx -iugis m/f
    consort, wife
  298. cōn-scendere -disse
    mount, board
  299. cōn-sequī
    follow, overtake
  300. cōn-sīdere -sēdisse
    sit down
  301. cōnsilium -ī n
    advice, decision, intention, plan
  302. cōn-sistere -stitisse
    stop, halt
  303. cōn-sōlārī
    comfort, console
  304. cōnsonāns -antis f
    consonant
  305. cōnspectus -ūs m
    sight, view
  306. cōn-spicere
    catch sight of, see
  307. cōnstāns -antis adi
    steady, firm
  308. cōn-stāre -stitisse
    be fixed, cost
  309. cōnstāre ex
    consist of
  310. cōn-stituere -uisse -ūtum
    fix, decide
  311. cōn-sūmere
    spend, consume
  312. con-temnere -mpsisse -mptum
    despise, scorn
  313. con-tinēre -uisse -tentum
    contain
  314. continuō adv
    immediately
  315. contrā prp +acc
    against
  316. con-trahere
    draw together, wrinkle
  317. contrārius -a -um
    opposite, contrary
  318. con-turbāre
    mix up, confound
  319. con-venīre
    come together, meet
  320. convenīre (ad/+dat)
    fit, be fitting
  321. con-vertere
    turn
  322. convīva -ae m/f
    guest
  323. convīvium -ī n
    dinner-party
  324. con-vocāre
    call together
  325. cōpia -ae f
    abundance, lot
  326. cōpulāre
    join, connect
  327. coquere -xisse -ctum
    cook
  328. cor cordis n
    heart
  329. cōram prp +abl
    in the presence of
  330. cornū -ūs n
    horn
  331. corpus -oris n
    body
  332. cor-rigere -rēxisse -rēctum
    correct
  333. cotīdiē
    every day
  334. crās
    tomorrow
  335. crassus -a -um
    thick, fat
  336. crēdere -didisse +dat
    believe, trust, entrust
  337. crēscere -ēvisse
    grow
  338. cruciāre
    torture, torment
  339. crūdēlis -e
    cruel
  340. cruentus -a -um
    blood-stained, bloody
  341. cruor -ōris m
    blood-stained, bloody
  342. crūs -ūris n
    leg
  343. crux -ucis f
    cross
  344. cubāre -uisse -itum
    lie (in bed)
  345. cubiculum -ī n
    bedroom
  346. culīna -ae f
    kitchen
  347. culter -tri m
    knife
  348. cum prp +abl
    with
  349. cum coniūnctiō
    when, as
  350. cum prīmum +perf
    as soon as
  351. cūnae -ārum f pl
    cradle
  352. cūnctus -a -um
    whole, pl all
  353. cupere -iō -īvisse
    desire
  354. cupiditās -ātis f
    desire
  355. cupidus -a -um (+gen)
    desirous (of), eager (for)
  356. cūr
    why
  357. cūra -ae f
    care, anxiety
  358. cūrāre
    care for, look after, take care
  359. currere cucurrisse
    run
  360. currus -ūs m
    chariot
  361. cursus -ūs m
    race, journey, course
  362. cūstōdīre
    guard
  363. dare dedisse datum
    give
  364. dē prp +abl
    (down) from, of, about
  365. dea -ae f
    goddess
  366. dēbēre
    owe, be obliged
  367. dēbilis -e
    weak
  368. decem
    ten
  369. December -bris (mēnsis)
    December
  370. decēre
    be fitting, become
  371. deciēs
    ten times
  372. decimus -a -um
    tenth
  373. dēclīnāre
    decline, inflect
  374. de-esse dē-fuisse (+dat)
    be missing, fail
  375. dē-fendere -disse -ēnsum
    defend
  376. de-inde/dein
    afterward, then
  377. dēlectāre
    delight, please
  378. dēlēre -ēvisse -ētum
    delete, efface
  379. dēliciae -ārum f pl
    delight, pet
  380. delphīnus -ī m
    dolphin
  381. dēmere -mpsisse -mptum
    remove
  382. dē-mōnstrāre
    point out, show
  383. dēmum adv
    at last, only
  384. dēnārius -ī m
    denarius (silver coin)
  385. dēnī -ae -a
    ten (each)
  386. dēnique
    finally, at last
  387. dēns dentis m
    tooth
  388. dē-nuō
    anew, again
  389. deorsum adv
    down
  390. dē-rīdēre
    laugh at, make fun of
  391. dē-scendere -disse
    go down, descend
  392. dē-serere -uisse -rtum
    leave, desert
  393. dēsīderāre
    long for, miss
  394. dē-silīre -uisse
    jump down
  395. dē-sinere -siisse
    finish, stop, end
  396. dē-sistere -stitisse
    leave off, cease
  397. dē-spērāre
    lose hope, despair (of)
  398. dē-spicere
    look down (on), despise
  399. dē-tergēre
    wipe off
  400. dē-terrēre
    deter
  401. dē-trahere
    pull off
  402. deus -ī m, pl deī/diī/dī
    god
  403. dē-vorāre
    swallow up, devour
  404. dexter -tra -trum
    right, f the right (hand)
  405. dīcere -xisse dictum
    say, call, speak
  406. dictāre
    dictate
  407. dictum -ī n
    saying, words
  408. diēs -ēī m (f)
    day, date
  409. dif-ficilis -e, sup -illimus
    difficult, hard
  410. digitus -ī m
    finger
  411. dignus -a -um
    worthy
  412. dīligēns -entis adi
    careful, diligent
  413. dīligere -ēxisse -ēctum
    love, be fond of
  414. dīmidius -a -um
    half
  415. dī-mittere
    send away, dismiss
  416. dīrus -a -um
    dreadful
  417. dis-cēdere
    go away, depart
  418. discere didicisse
    learn
  419. discipulus -ī m
    pupil, disciple
  420. dis-iungere
    separate
  421. dis-suādēre
    advise not to
  422. diū, comp diūtius
    long
  423. dīves -itis adi
    rich, wealthy
  424. dīvidere -īsisse -īsum
    separate, divide
  425. dīvitiae -ārum f pl
    riches
  426. docēre -uisse doctum
    teach, instruct
  427. doctus -a -um
    learned, skilled
  428. dolēre
    hurt, feel pain, grieve
  429. dolor -ōris m
    pain, grief
  430. domī loc
    at home
  431. domina -ae f
    mistress
  432. dominus -ī m
    master
  433. domum adv
    home
  434. domus -ūs f, abl -ō
    house, home
  435. dōnāre
    give, present with
  436. dōnec
    as long as
  437. dōnum -ī n
    gift, present
  438. dormīre
    sleep
  439. dorsum -ī n
    back
  440. dubitāre
    doubt
  441. dubius -a -um
    undecided, doubtful
  442. du-centī -ae -a
    two hundred
  443. dūcere -xisse ductum
    guide, lead, draw, trace
  444. uxōrem dūcere
    marry
  445. dulcis -e
    sweet
  446. dum
    while, as long as, till
  447. dum-modo
    provided that, if only
  448. dumtaxat
    only, just
  449. duo -ae -o
    two
  450. duo-decim
    twelve
  451. duo-decimus -a -um
    twelfth
  452. duo-dē-trīgintā
    twenty-eight
  453. duo-dē-vīgintī
    eighteen
  454. dūrus -a -um
    hard
  455. dux ducis m
    leader, chief, general
  456. ēbrius -a -um
    drunk
  457. ecce
    see, look, here is
  458. ēducāre
    bring up
  459. ē-dūcere
    bring out, draw out
  460. ef-ficere
    make, effect, cause
  461. ef-fugere
    escape, run away
  462. ef-fundere
    pour out, shed
  463. ego mē mihi/mī
    I, me, myself
  464. ē-gredī -ior -gressum
    go out
  465. ēgregius -a -um
    outstanding, excellent
  466. ē-icere
    throw out
  467. ē-līdere -sisse -sum
    omit, elide
  468. ē-ligere -lēgisse -lēctum
    choose, select
  469. emere ēmisse ēmptum
    buy
  470. ēn
    look, here is
  471. enim
    for
  472. ēnsis -is m
    sword
  473. eō adv
    to that place, there
  474. epigramma -atis n
    epigram
  475. epistula -ae f
    letter
  476. eques -itis m
    horseman
  477. equidem
    indeed, for my part
  478. equitātus -ūs m
    cavalry
  479. equus -ī m
    horse
  480. ergā prp +acc
    toward
  481. ergō
    therefore, so
  482. ē-ripere -iō -uisse -reptum
    snatch away, deprive of
  483. errāre
    wander, stray
  484. ē-rubēscere -buisse
    blush
  485. ē-rumpere
    break out
  486. erus -ī m
    master
  487. esse sum fuisse futūrum esse/fore
    be
  488. ēsse edō ēdisse ēsum
    eat
  489. et
    and, also
  490. et…et
    both…and
  491. et-enim
    and indeed, for
  492. etiam
    also, even, yet
  493. etiam atque etiam
    again and again
  494. etiam-nunc
    still
  495. et-sī
    even if, although
  496. ē-volāre
    fly out
  497. ē-volvere -visse -lūtum
    unroll
  498. ex/ē prp +abl
    out of, from, of, since
  499. ex-audīre
    hear
  500. ex-citāre
    wake up, arouse
  501. ex-clāmāre
    cry out, exclaim
  502. ex-cōgitāre
    think out, devise
  503. ex-cruciāre
    torture, torment
  504. ex-currere -rrisse -rsum
    run out, rush out
  505. ex-cūsāre
    excuse
  506. exemplum -ī n
    example, model
  507. exercitus -ūs m
    army
  508. ex-haurīre
    drain, empty
  509. exiguus -a -um
    small, scanty
  510. ex-īre -eō -iisse -itum
    go out
  511. ex-īstimāre
    consider, think
  512. exitus -ūs m
    exit, way out, end
  513. ex-ōrnāre
    adorn, decorate
  514. ex-plānāre
    explain
  515. ex-pōnere
    put out/ashore, expose
  516. ex-pugnāre
    conquer
  517. ex-pugnātiō -ōnis f
    conquest
  518. ex-spectāre
    wait (for), expect
  519. ex-tendere -disse -tum
    stretch out, extend
  520. extrā prp +acc
    outside
  521. faber -brī m
    artisan, smith
  522. fābula -ae f
    story, fable, play
  523. fābulārī
    talk, chat
  524. facere -iō fēcisse factum
    make, do, cause
  525. faciēs -ēī f
    face
  526. facile adv
    easily
  527. facilis -e, sup -illimus
    easy
  528. factum -ī n
    deed, act
  529. fallāx -ācis adi
    deceitful
  530. fallere fefellisse falsum
    deceive
  531. falsus -a -um
    false
  532. falx -cis f
    sickle
  533. fāma -ae f
    rumor, reputation
  534. famēs -is f
    hunger, famine
  535. familia -ae f
    domestic staff, family
  536. fārī
    speak
  537. fatērī fassum
    admit, confess
  538. fatīgāre
    tire out, weary
  539. fātum -ī n
    fate, destiny, death
  540. favēre fāvisse +dat
    favor, support
  541. Februārius -ī (mēnsis)
    February
  542. fēlīcitās -ātis f
    good fortune, luck
  543. fēlīx -īcis adi
    fortunate, lucky
  544. fēmina -ae f
    woman
  545. fenestra -ae f
    window
  546. fera -ae f
    wild animal
  547. ferē
    about, almost
  548. ferōx -ōcis adi
    fierce, ferocious
  549. ferre tulisse lātum
    carry, bring, bear
  550. ferreus -a -um
    of iron, iron-
  551. ferrum -ī n
    iron, steel
  552. fertilis -e
    fertile
  553. ferus -a -um
    wild
  554. fessus -a -um
    tired, weary
  555. fīdere fīsum esse +dat
    trust, rely on
  556. fidēs -eī f
    trust, faith, loyalty
  557. fidēs -ium f pl
    lyre
  558. fidicen -inis m
    lyre-player
  559. fīdus -a -um
    faithful, reliable
  560. fierī factum esse
    be made, be done, become, happen
  561. fīgere -xisse -xum
    fix, fasten
  562. fīlia -ae f
    daughter
  563. fīliola -ae f
    little daughter
  564. fīliolus -ī m
    little son
  565. fīlius -ī m
    son
  566. fīlum -ī n
    thread
  567. fīnīre
    limit, finish
  568. fīnis -is m
    boundary, limit, end
  569. flāre
    blow
  570. flectere -xisse -xum
    bend, turn
  571. flēre -ēvisse
    cry, weep (for)
  572. flōs -ōris m
    flower
  573. flūctus -ūs m
    wave
  574. fluere -ūxisse
    flow
  575. flūmen -inis n
    river
  576. fluvius -ī m
    river
  577. foedus -a -um
    ugly, hideous
  578. folium -ī n
    leaf
  579. forās adv
    out
  580. foris -is f
    leaf of a door, door
  581. forīs adv
    outside, out of doors
  582. fōrma -ae f
    form, shape, figure
  583. fōrmōsus -a -um
    beautiful
  584. forsitan
    perhaps, maybe
  585. fortasse
    perhaps, maybe
  586. forte adv
    by chance
  587. fortis -e
    strong, brave
  588. fortūna -ae f
    fortune
  589. forum -ī n
    square
  590. fossa -ae f
    ditch, trench
  591. frangere frēgisse frāctum
    break, shatter
  592. frāter -tris m
    brother
  593. fremere -uisse
    growl
  594. frequēns -entis adi
    numerous, frequent
  595. fretum -ī n
    strait
  596. frīgēre
    be cold
  597. frīgidus -a -um
    cold, chilly, cool
  598. frīgus -oris n
    cold
  599. frōns -ontis f
    forehead
  600. frūgēs -um f pl
    fruit, crops
  601. fruī +abl
    enjoy
  602. frūmentum -ī n
    corn, grain
  603. frūstrā
    in vain
  604. fuga -ae f
    flight
  605. fugere -iō fūgisse
    run away, flee
  606. fugitīvus -a -um
    runaway
  607. fulgur -uris n
    flash of lightning
  608. fundere fūdisse fūsum
    pour, shed
  609. funditus adv
    to the bottom, utterly
  610. fundus -ī m
    bottom
  611. fūr -is m
    thief
  612. fūrtum -ī n
    theft
  613. futūrus -a -um (v. esse)
    future
  614. tempus futūrum
    future
  615. gallus -ī m
    cock, rooster
  616. gaudēre gavisum esse
    be glad, be pleased
  617. gaudium -ī n
    joy, delight
  618. geminus -a -um
    twin
  619. gemma -ae f
    precious stone, jewel
  620. gemmātus -a -um
    set with a jewel
  621. gena -ae f
    cheek
  622. gēns gentis f
    nation, people
  623. genū -ūs n
    knee
  624. genus -eris n
    kind, sort
  625. gerere gessisse gestum
    carry, wear, carry on, do
  626. glaciēs -ēī f
    ice
  627. gladiātor -ōris m
    gladiator
  628. gladiātōrius -a -um
    gladiatorial
  629. gladius -ī m
    sword
  630. glōria -ae f
    glory
  631. glōriōsus -a -um
    glorious, boastful
  632. gracilis -e
    slender
  633. gradus -ūs m
    step, degree
  634. Graecus -a -um
    Greek
  635. grammatica -ae f
    grammar
  636. grātia -ae f
    favor, gratitude
  637. gen (/meā) + grātiā
    for the sake of
  638. grātiam habēre
    be grateful
  639. grātiās agere
    thank
  640. grātus -a -um
    pleasing, grateful
  641. gravida adi f
    pregnant
  642. gravis -e
    heavy, severe, grave
  643. gremium -ī n
    lap
  644. grex -egis m
    flock, herd, band
  645. gubernāre
    steer, govern
  646. gubernātor -ōris m
    steersman
  647. gustāre
    taste
  648. habēre
    have, hold, consider
  649. habitāre
    dwell, live
  650. hasta -ae f
    lance
  651. haud
    not
  652. haurīre -sisse -stum
    draw (water), bail
  653. herba -ae f
    grass, herb
  654. herī
    yesterday
  655. heu
    o! alas!
  656. heus
    hey! hello!
  657. hic haec hoc
    this
  658. hīc
    here
  659. hiems -mis f
    winter
  660. hinc
    from here, hence
  661. hodiē
    today
  662. holus -eris n
    vegetable
  663. homō -inis m
    human being, person
  664. hōra -ae f
    hour
  665. horrendus -a -um
    dreadful
  666. horrēre
    bristle, stand on end, shudder (at)
  667. hortārī
    encourage, urge
  668. hortus -ī m
    garden
  669. hospes -itis m
    guest, guest-friend
  670. hostis -is m
    enemy
  671. hūc
    here, to this place
  672. hūmānus -a -um
    human
  673. humī loc
    on the ground
  674. numus humi n
    ground, soil, earth, land, country
  675. humilis -e
    low
  676. humus -ī f
    ground
  677. iacere -iō iēcisse iactum
    throw, hurl
  678. iacēre
    lie
  679. iactāre
    throw, toss about
  680. iactūra -ae f
    throwing away, loss
  681. iam
    now, already
  682. iānitor -ōris m
    doorkeeper
  683. iānua -ae f
    door
  684. Iānuārius -ī (mēnsis)
    January
  685. ibi
    there
  686. īdem eadem idem
    the same
  687. id-eō
    for that reason
  688. idōneus -a -um
    fit, suitable
  689. īdūs -uum f pl
    13th/15th (of the month)
  690. iecur -oris n
    liver
  691. igitur
    therefore, then, so
  692. ignārus -a -um
    ignorant, unaware
  693. ignis -is m
    fire
  694. ignōrāre
    not know
  695. ignōscere -ōvisse +dat
    forgive
  696. ignōtus -a -um
    unknown
  697. ille -a -ud
    that, the one, he
  698. illīc
    there
  699. illinc
    from there
  700. illūc
    there, thither
  701. illūstrāre
    illuminate, make clear
  702. imāgō -inis f
    picture
  703. imber -bris m
    rain, shower
  704. imitārī
    imitate
  705. im-mātūrus -a -um
    unripe
  706. immō
    no, on the contrary
  707. im-mortālis -e
    immortal
  708. im-pār -aris adi
    unequal
  709. im-patiēns -entis adi
    impatient
  710. im-pendēre +dat
    threaten
  711. imperāre +dat
    command, order, rule
  712. imperātor -ōris m
    (commanding) general
  713. imperium -ī n
    command, empire
  714. impetus -ūs m
    attack, charge
  715. im-piger -gra -grum
    active, industrious
  716. im-plēre -ēvisse -ētum
    fill, complete
  717. im-plicāre -uisse -itum
    enfold
  718. impluvium -ī n
    water basin
  719. im-pōnere
    place (in/on), put
  720. im-primere -pressisse -pressum
    press (into)
  721. im-probus -a -um
    bad, wicked
  722. īmus -a -um sup
    lowest
  723. in prp +abl
    in, on, at
  724. prp +acc
    into, to, against
  725. in-certus -a -um
    uncertain
  726. in-cipere -iō coepisse coeptum
    begin
  727. in-clūdere -sisse -sum
    shut up
  728. incola -ae m/f
    inhabitant
  729. in-colere
    inhabit
  730. incolumis -e
    unharmed, safe
  731. inconditus -a -um
    unpolished, rough
  732. inde
    from there, thence
  733. index -icis m
    list, catalogue
  734. in-dignus -a -um
    unworthy, shameful
  735. in-doctus -a -um
    ignorant
  736. induere -uisse -ūtum
    put on (clothes)
  737. indūtus +abl
    dressed in
  738. industrius -a -um
    industrious
  739. in-ermis -e
    unarmed
  740. in-esse
    be (in)
  741. in-exspectātus -a -um
    unexpected
  742. īnfāns -antis m/f
    little child, baby
  743. īn-fēlīx -īcis adi
    unlucky, unfortunate
  744. īnferior -ius comp
    lower, inferior
  745. īnferus -a -um
    lower
  746. Īnferī -ōrum m pl
    the underworld
  747. īnfēstus -a -um
    unsafe, infested
  748. īn-fidus -a -um
    faithless
  749. īnfimus -a -um sup
    lowest
  750. īn-fluere
    flow into
  751. īnfrā prp +acc
    below
  752. ingenium -ī n
    nature, character
  753. ingēns -entis adi
    huge, vast
  754. in-hūmānus -a -um
    inhuman
  755. in-imīcus -ī m
    (personal) enemy
  756. in-inimīcus -a -um
    unfriendly
  757. initium -ī n
    beginning
  758. iniūria -ae f
    injustice, wrong
  759. in-iūstus -a -um
    unjust, unfair
  760. inopia -ae f
    lack, scarcity
  761. inquit -iunt
    (he/she) says/said
  762. inquam
    I say
  763. īn-scrībere
    write on, inscribe
  764. īnscrīptiō -ōnis f
    inscription
  765. īn-struere -ūxisse -ūctum
    draw up, arrange
  766. īnstrūmentum -ī n
    tool, instrument
  767. īnsula -ae f
    island
  768. integer -gra -grum
    undamaged, intact
  769. intellegere -ēxisse -ēctum
    understand, realize
  770. inter prp +acc
    between, among, during
  771. inter sē
    (with) one another
  772. inter-dum
    now and then
  773. inter-eā
    meanwhile
  774. inter-esse
    be between
  775. inter-ficere
    kill
  776. interim
    meanwhile
  777. internus -a -um
    inner, internal
  778. inter-pellāre
    interrupt
  779. inter-rogāre
    ask, question
  780. intrā prp +acc
    inside, within
  781. intrāre
    enter
  782. intuērī
    look at, watch
  783. intus adv
    inside
  784. in-validus -a -um
    infirm, weak
  785. in-vehere
    import
  786. in-venīre
    find
  787. in-vidēre +dat
    envy, grudge
  788. invidia -ae f
    envy
  789. in-vocāre
    call upon, invoke
  790. iocōsus -a -um
    humorous, funny
  791. ipse -a -um
    himself
  792. īra -ae f
    anger
  793. īrātus -a -um
    angry
  794. īre eō iisse itum
    go
  795. is ea id
    he, she, it, that
  796. iste -a -ud
    this, that (of yours)
  797. ita
    so, in such a way
  798. ita-que
    therefore
  799. item
    likewise, also
  800. iter itineris n
    journey, march, way
  801. iterum
    again, a second time
  802. iubēre iussisse iussum
    order, tell
  803. iūcundus -a -um
    pleasant, delightful
  804. Iūlius -ī (mēnsis)
    July
  805. iungere iūnxisse iūnctum
    join, combine
  806. Iūnius -ī (mēnsis)
    June
  807. iūs iūris n
    right, justice
  808. iūre
    justly, rightly
  809. iūstus -a -um
    just, fair
  810. iuvāre iūvisse iūtum
    help, delight
  811. iuvenis -is m
    young man
  812. iūxtā prp +acc
    next to, beside
  813. kalendae -ārum f pl
    the 1st (of the month)
  814. kalendārium -ī n
    calendar
  815. lābī lāpsum
    slip, drop, fall
  816. labor -ōris m
    work, toil
  817. labōrāre
    toil, work, take trouble
  818. labrum -ī n
    lip
  819. labyrinthus -ī m
    labyrinth
  820. lac lactis n
    milk
  821. lacertus -ī m
    (upper) arm
  822. lacrima -ae f
    tear
  823. lacrimāre
    shed tears, weep
  824. lacus -ūs m
    lake
  825. laedere -sisse -sum
    injure, hurt
  826. laetārī
    rejoice, be glad
  827. laetitia -ae f
    joy
  828. laetus -a -um
    glad, happy
  829. laevus -a -um
    left
  830. lāna -ae f
    wool
  831. largīrī
    give generously
  832. largus -a -um
    generous
  833. latēre
    be hidden, hide
  834. Latīnus -a -um
    Latin
  835. lātrāre
    bark
  836. latus -eris n
    side, flank
  837. lātus -a -um
    broad, wide
  838. laudāre
    praise
  839. laus laudis f
    praise
  840. lavāre lāvisse lautum
    wash, bathe
  841. lectīca -ae f
    litter, sedan
  842. lectulus -ī m
    (little) bed
  843. lectus -ī m
    bed, couch
  844. lēgātus -ī m
    envoy, delegate
  845. legere lēgisse lēctum
    read
  846. legiō -ōnis f
    legion
  847. legiōnārius -a -um
    legionary
  848. leō -ōnis m
    lion
  849. levāre
    lift, raise
  850. levis -e
    light, slight
  851. lēx lēgis f
    law
  852. libellus -ī m
    little book
  853. libenter
    with pleasure, gladly
  854. liber -brī m
    book
  855. līber -era -erum
    free
  856. līberāre
    free, set free
  857. libēre: libet +dat
    it pleases
  858. līberī -ōrum m pl
    children
  859. lībertās -ātis f
    freedom, liberty
  860. lībertīnus -ī m
    freedman
  861. licēre: licet +dat
    it is allowed, one may
  862. ligneus -a -um
    wooden
  863. lignum -ī n
    wood
  864. līlium -ī n
    lily
  865. līmen -inis n
    threshold
  866. līnea -ae f
    string, line
  867. lingua -ae f
    tongue, language
  868. littera -ae f
    letter
  869. lītus -oris n
    beach, shore
  870. locus -ī m
    place
  871. loca -ōrum n pl
    regions, parts
  872. longē
    far, by far
  873. longus -a -um
    long
  874. loquī locūtum
    speak, talk
  875. lūcēre lūxisse
    shine
  876. lucerna -ae f
    lamp
  877. lucrum -ī n
    profit, gain
  878. luctārī
    wrestle
  879. lūdere -sisse -sum
    play
  880. lūdus -ī m
    play, game, school
  881. lūgēre -xisse
    mourn
  882. lūna -ae f
    moon
  883. lupus -ī m
    wolf
  884. lūx lūcis f
    light, daylight
  885. maerēre
    grieve
  886. maestus -a -um
    sad, sorrowful
  887. magis
    more
  888. magister -tri m
    schoolmaster, teacher
  889. magnificus -a -um
    magnificent, splendid
  890. magnus -a -um
    big, large, great
  891. māior -ius comp
    bigger, older
  892. Māius -ī (mēnsis)
    May
  893. male adv
    badly, ill
  894. maleficium -ī n
    evil deed, crime
  895. mālle māluisse
    prefer
  896. malum -ī n
    evil, trouble, harm
  897. mālum -ī n
    apple
  898. malus -a -um
    bad, wicked, evil
  899. mamma -ae f
    mummy
  900. māne indēcl n, adv
    morning, in the morning
  901. manēre mānsisse
    remain, stay
  902. manus -ūs f
    hand
  903. mare -is n
    sea
  904. margarīta -ae f
    pearl
  905. maritimus -a -um
    sea-, coastal
  906. marītus -ī m
    husband
  907. Mārtius -ī (mēnsis)
    March
  908. māter -tris f
    mother
  909. māteria -ae f
    material, substance
  910. mātrōna -ae f
    married woman
  911. mātūrus -a -um
    ripe
  912. māximē
    most, especially
  913. māximus -a -um
    biggest, greatest, oldest
  914. medicus -ī m
    physician, doctor
  915. medium -ī n
    middle, center
  916. medius -a -um
    mid, middle
  917. mel mellis n
    honey
  918. melior -ius comp
    better
  919. mellītus -a -um
    sweet
  920. membrum -ī n
    limb
  921. meminisse +gen/acc
    remember, recollect
  922. memorāre
    mention
  923. memoria -ae f
    memory
  924. mendum -ī n
    mistake, error
  925. mēns mentis f
    mind
  926. mēnsa -ae f
    table
  927. mēnsa secunda
    dessert
  928. mēnsis -is m
    month
  929. mentiō -ōnis f
    mention
  930. mentīrī
    lie
  931. mercātor -ōris m
    merchant
  932. mercātōrius -a -um
    merchant-
  933. mercēs -ēdis f
    wage, fee, rent
  934. merēre
    earn, deserve
  935. mergere -sisse -sum
    dip, plunge, sink
  936. merīdiēs -ēī m
    midday, noon, south
  937. merum -ī n
    neat wine
  938. merus -a -um
    pure, neat, undiluted
  939. merx -rcis f
    commodity, pl goods
  940. metere
    reap, harvest
  941. metuere -uisse
    fear
  942. metus -ūs m
    fear
  943. meus -a -um, voc mī
    my, mine
  944. mīles -itis m
    soldier
  945. mīlitāre
    serve as a soldier
  946. mīlitāris -e
    military
  947. mīlle, pl mīlia -ium n
    thousand
  948. minārī +dat
    threaten
  949. minimē
    by no means, not at all
  950. minimus -a -um sup
    smallest, youngest
  951. minister -trī m
    servant
  952. minor -us comp
    smaller, younger
  953. minuere -uisse -ūtum
    diminish, reduce
  954. minus -ōris n, adv
    less
  955. mīrābilis -e
    marvelous, wonderful
  956. mīrārī
    wonder (at), be surprised
  957. mīrus -a -um
    surprising, strange
  958. miscēre -uisse mixtum
    mix
  959. misellus -a -um
    poor, wretched
  960. miser -era -erum
    unhappy, miserable
  961. mittere mīsisse missum
    send, throw
  962. modo
    only, just
  963. modo…modo
    now…now
  964. modus -ī m
    manner, way
  965. nūllō modō
    by no means
  966. moenia -ium n pl
    walls
  967. molestus -a -um
    troublesome
  968. mollīre
    make soft, soften
  969. mollis -e
    soft
  970. monēre
    remind, advise, warn
  971. mōns montis m
    mountain
  972. mōnstrāre
    point out, show
  973. mōnstrum -ī n
    monster
  974. mora -ae f
    delay
  975. mordēre momordisse -sum
    bite
  976. morī mortuum
    die
  977. mors mortis f
    death
  978. mortālis -e
    mortal
  979. mortuus -a -um (< morī)
    dead
  980. mōs mōris m
    custom, usage
  981. movēre mōvisse mōtum
    move, stir
  982. mox
    soon
  983. mulier -eris f
    woman
  984. multī -ae -a
    many, a great many
  985. multitūdō -inis f
    large number, multitude
  986. multō +comp
    much, by far
  987. multum -ī n, adv
    much
  988. mundus -ī m
    world, universe
  989. mundus -a -um
    clean, neat
  990. mūnīre
    fortify
  991. mūnus -eris n
    gift
  992. mūrus -ī m
    wall
  993. Mūsa -ae f
    Muse
  994. mūtāre
    change, exchange
  995. mūtus -a -um
    dumb
  996. mūtuus -a -um
    on loan
  997. mūtuum dare/sūmere
    lend/borrow
  998. nam
    for
  999. -nam
    …ever?
  1000. namque
    for
  1001. nārrāre
    relate, tell
  1002. nārrātiō -ōnis f
    narrative
  1003. nāscī nātum
    be born
  1004. nāsus -ī m
    nose
  1005. natāre
    swim
  1006. nātūra -ae f
    nature
  1007. nātus -a -um (< nāscī)
    born
  1008. XX annōs nātus
    20 years old
  1009. nauta -ae m
    sailor
  1010. nāvicula -ae f
    boat
  1011. nāvigāre
    sail
  1012. nāvigātiō -ōnis f
    sailing, voyage
  1013. nāvis -is f
    ship
  1014. -ne
    …? if, whether
  1015. that not, lest, that
  1016. nē…quidem
    not even
  1017. necāre
    kill
  1018. necessārius -a -um
    necessary
  1019. necesse est
    it is necessary
  1020. negāre
    deny, say that…not
  1021. neglegēns -entis adi
    careless
  1022. neglegere -ēxisse -ēctum
    neglect
  1023. negōtium -ī n
    business, activity
  1024. nēmō -inem -inī
    no one, nobody
  1025. nēquam adi indēcl, sup nēquissimus
    worthless, bad
  1026. ne-que/nec
    and/but not, nor, not
  1027. n….n.
    neither…nor
  1028. ne-scīre
    not know
  1029. neu
    or not, and not
  1030. neuter -tra -trum
    neither
  1031. nē-ve/neu
    and (that) not, nor
  1032. nex necis f
    killing, murder
  1033. nīdus -ī m
    nest
  1034. niger -gra -grum
    black
  1035. nihil/nīl
    nothing
  1036. nimis
    too, too much
  1037. nimium
    too much
  1038. nimius -a -um
    too big
  1039. nisi
    if not, except, but
  1040. niveus -a -um
    snow-white
  1041. nix nivis f
    snow
  1042. nōbilis -e
    well known, famous
  1043. nocēre +dat
    harm, hurt
  1044. nōlī -īte +īnf
    don’t…!
  1045. nōlle nōluisse
    be unwilling, not want
  1046. nōmen -inis n
    name
  1047. nōmināre
    name, call
  1048. nōn
    not
  1049. nōnae -ārum f pl
    5th/7th (of the month)
  1050. nōnāgēsimus -a -um
    ninetieth
  1051. nōnāgintā
    ninety
  1052. nōn-dum
    not yet
  1053. nōn-gentī -ae -a
    nine hundred
  1054. nōn-ne
    not?
  1055. nōn-nūllī -ae -a
    some, several
  1056. nōn-numquam
    sometimes
  1057. nōnus -a -um
    ninth
  1058. nōs nōbīs
    we, us, ourselves
  1059. nōscere nōvisse
    get to know, perf know
  1060. noster -tra -trum
    our, ours
  1061. nostrum gen
    of us
  1062. nota -ae f
    mark, sign
  1063. nōtus -a -um
    known
  1064. novem
    nine
  1065. November -bris (mēnsis)
    November
  1066. nōvisse (< nōscere)
    know
  1067. novus -a -um
    new
  1068. nox noctis f
    night
  1069. nūbere -psisse +dat
    marry
  1070. nūbēs -is f
    cloud
  1071. nūbilus -a -um
    cloudy
  1072. nūdus -a -um
    naked
  1073. nūgae -ārum f pl
    idle talk, rubbish
  1074. nūllus -a -um
    no
  1075. num
    …? if, whether
  1076. numerāre
    count
  1077. numerus -ī m
    number
  1078. nummus -ī m
    coin, sesterce
  1079. numquam
    never
  1080. nunc
    now
  1081. nūntiāre
    announce, report
  1082. nūntius -ī m
    messenger, message
  1083. nūper
    recently
  1084. nūtrīx -īcis f
    nurse
  1085. nux nucis f
    nut
  1086. ō
    o!
  1087. ob prp +acc
    on account of
  1088. oblīvīscī -lītum +gen/acc
    forget
  1089. ob-oedīre +dat
    obey
  1090. obscūrus -a -um
    dark
  1091. occidēns -entis m
    west
  1092. oc-cidere -disse
    fall, sink, set
  1093. oc-cīdere - disse -sum
    kill
  1094. occultāre
    hide
  1095. oc-currere -rrisse +dat
    meet
  1096. ōceanus -ī m
    ocean
  1097. ocellus -ī m
    (little) eye
  1098. octāvus -a -um
    eighth
  1099. octin-gentī -ae -a
    eight hundred
  1100. octō
    eight
  1101. Octōber -bris (mēnsis)
    October
  1102. octōgintā
    eighty
  1103. oculus -ī m
    eye
  1104. ōdisse
    hate
  1105. odium -ī n
    hatred
  1106. of-ferre ob-tulisse oblātum
    offer
  1107. officium -ī n
    duty, task
  1108. ōlim
    once, long ago
  1109. omnis -e
    all, every
  1110. opera -ae f
    effort, pains
  1111. operīre -uisse -ertum
    cover
  1112. opēs -um f pl
    resources, wealth
  1113. oportēre: oportet
    it is right, you should
  1114. opperīrī -ertum
    wait (for), await
  1115. oppidum -ī n
    town
  1116. op-pugnāre
    attack
  1117. optāre
    wish
  1118. optimus -a -um sup
    best, very good
  1119. opus -eris n
    work
  1120. opus est
    it is needed
  1121. ōra -ae f
    border, coast
  1122. ōrāre
    pray, beg
  1123. ōrātiō -ōnis f
    speech
  1124. orbis -is m
    circle, orbit
  1125. orbis terrārum
    the world
  1126. ōrdināre
    arrange, regulate
  1127. ōrdō -inis m
    row, rank, order
  1128. oriēns -entis m
    east
  1129. orīrī ortum
    rise, appear
  1130. ōrnāmentum -ī n
    ornament, jewel
  1131. ōrnāre
    equip, adorn
  1132. os ossis n
    bone
  1133. ōs ōris n
    mouth
  1134. ōscitāre
    gape, yawn
  1135. ōsculārī
    kiss
  1136. ōsculum -ī n
    kiss
  1137. ostendere -disse
    show
  1138. ōstiārius -ī m
    door-keeper, porter
  1139. ōstium -ī n
    door, entrance
  1140. ōtiōsus -a -um
    leisured, idle
  1141. ōtium -ī n
    leisure
  1142. ovis -is f
    sheep
  1143. ōvum -ī n
    egg
  1144. pābulum -ī n
    fodder
  1145. paene
    nearly, almost
  1146. paen-īnsula -ae f
    peninsula
  1147. pāgina -ae f
    page
  1148. pallēre
    be pale
  1149. pallidus -a -um
    pale
  1150. pallium -ī n
    cloak, mantle
  1151. palma -ae f
    palm
  1152. palpitāre
    beat, throb
  1153. pānis -is m
    bread, loaf
  1154. pap*rus -ī f
    papyrus
  1155. pār paris adi
    equal
  1156. parāre
    prepare, make ready
  1157. parātus -a -um
    ready
  1158. parcere pepercisse +dat
    spare
  1159. parentēs -um m pl
    parents
  1160. parere -iō peperisse
    give birth to, lay
  1161. pārēre (+dat)
    obey
  1162. parricīda -ae m
    parricide
  1163. pars -rtis f
    part, direction
  1164. partīrī
    share, divide
  1165. parum
    too little, not quite
  1166. parvulus -a -um
    little, tiny
  1167. parvus -a -um
    little, small
  1168. pāscere pāvisse pāstum
    pasture, feed, feast
  1169. passer -eris m
    sparrow
  1170. passus -ūs m
    pace (1.48 m)
  1171. pāstor -ōris m
    shepherd
  1172. pater -tris m
    father
  1173. patēre
    be open
  1174. patī passum
    suffer, undergo, bear
  1175. patiēns -entis adi
    patient
  1176. patientia -ae f
    forbearance, patience
  1177. patria -ae f
    native country/town
  1178. paucī -ae -a
    few, a few
  1179. paulisper
    for a short time
  1180. paulō +comp, ante/post
    a little
  1181. paulum
    a little, little
  1182. pauper -eris adi
    poor
  1183. pāx pācis f
    peace
  1184. pectus -oris n
    breast
  1185. pecūlium -ī n
    money given to slaves
  1186. pecūnia -ae f
    money
  1187. pecūniōsus -a -um
    wealthy
  1188. pecus -oris n
    livestock, sheep, cattle
  1189. pedes -itis m
    foot-soldier
  1190. pēior -ius comp
    worse
  1191. pellere pepulisse pulsum
    push, drive (off)
  1192. penna -ae f
    feather
  1193. pēnsum -ī n
    task
  1194. per prp +acc
    through, by, during
  1195. per-currere -rrisse -rsum
    run over, pass over
  1196. per-cutere -iō -cussisse
    strike, hit
  1197. per-dere -didisse -ditum
    destroy, ruin, waste
  1198. per-ferre
    carry, endure
  1199. per-ficere
    complete, accomplish
  1200. pergere per-rēxisse
    proceed, go on
  1201. perīculōsus -a -um
    dangerous, perilous
  1202. perīculum -ī n
    danger, peril
  1203. per-īre -eō -iisse
    perish, be lost
  1204. perist*lum -ī n
    peristyle
  1205. per-mittere
    allow, permit
  1206. per-movēre
    move deeply
  1207. perpetuus -a -um
    continuous, permanent
  1208. per-sequī
    follow, pursue
  1209. persōna -ae f
    character, person
  1210. per-suādēre -sisse +dat
    persuade, convince
  1211. per-territus -a -um
    terrified
  1212. per-turbāre
    upset
  1213. per-venīre
    get to, reach
  1214. pēs pedis m
    foot
  1215. pessimus -a -um sup
    worst
  1216. petasus -ī m
    hat
  1217. petere -īvisse -ītum
    make for, aim at, attack, seek, ask for, request
  1218. phantasma -atis n
    ghost, apparition
  1219. piger -gra -grum
    lazy
  1220. pila -ae f
    ball
  1221. pīlum -ī n
    spear, javelin
  1222. pīpiāre
    chirp
  1223. pīrāta -ae m
    pirate
  1224. pirum -ī n
    pear
  1225. piscātor -ōris m
    fisherman
  1226. piscis -is m
    fish
  1227. placēre +dat
    please
  1228. plānē
    plainly, clearly
  1229. plānus -a -um
    plain, clear
  1230. plaudere -sisse (+dat)
    clap, applaud
  1231. plēnus -a -um (+gen/abl)
    full (of)
  1232. plērī-que plērae- plēra-
    most, most people
  1233. plērumque
    mostly
  1234. plōrāre
    cry
  1235. plūrēs -a comp
    more
  1236. plūrimī -ae -a sup
    most, a great many
  1237. plūs plūris n, adv
    more
  1238. pōculum -ī n
    cup, glass
  1239. poena -ae f
    punishment, penalty
  1240. poēta -ae m/f
    poet
  1241. poēticus -a -um
    poetical
  1242. pollicērī
    promise
  1243. pōnere posuisse positum
    place, put, lay down
  1244. populus -ī m
    people, nation
  1245. porcus -ī m
    pig
  1246. porta -ae f
    gate
  1247. portāre
    carry
  1248. portus -ūs m
    harbor
  1249. poscere poposcisse
    demand, call for
  1250. posse potuisse
    be able
  1251. possidēre -sēdisse
    possess, own
  1252. post prp +acc, adv
    behind, after, later
  1253. post-eā
    afterward, later
  1254. posterior -ius comp
    back-, hind-, later
  1255. posterus -a -um
    next, following
  1256. posthāc
    from now on, hereafter
  1257. post-quam
    after, since
  1258. postrēmō adv
    finally
  1259. postrēmus -a -um sup
    last
  1260. postulāre
    demand, require
  1261. pōtāre
    drink
  1262. potestās -ātis f
    power
  1263. pōtiō -ōnis f
    drinking, drink
  1264. potius
    rather
  1265. prae prp +abl
    before, for
  1266. praecipuē
    especially, above all
  1267. praedium -ī n
    estate
  1268. praedō -ōnis m
    robber, pirate
  1269. prae-esse (+dat)
    be in charge (of)
  1270. prae-ferre
    prefer
  1271. praemium -ī n
    reward, prize
  1272. prae-nōmen -inis n
    first name
  1273. prae-pōnere +dat
    put before/in charge of
  1274. praesēns -entis adi
    present
  1275. prae-stāre -stitisse
    furnish, fulfill
  1276. praeter prp +acc
    past, besides, except
  1277. praeter-eā
    besides
  1278. praeteritus -a -um
    past
  1279. prāvus -a -um
    faulty, wrong
  1280. precārī
    pray
  1281. precēs -um f pl
    prayers
  1282. prehendere -disse -ēnsum
    grasp, seize
  1283. premere pressisse pressum
    press
  1284. pretiōsus -a -um
    precious
  1285. pretium -ī n
    price, value
  1286. prīdem
    long ago
  1287. prī-diē
    the day before
  1288. prīmō adv
    at first
  1289. prīmum adv
    first
  1290. prīmus -a -um
    first
  1291. prīnceps -ipis m
    chief, leader
  1292. prīncipium -ī n
    beginning
  1293. prior -ius
    first, former, front-
  1294. prius adv
    before
  1295. prius-quam
    before
  1296. prīvātus -a -um
    private
  1297. prō prp +abl
    for, instead of
  1298. probus -a -um
    good, honest, proper
  1299. prō-cēdere
    go forward, advance
  1300. procul
    far (from), far away
  1301. prō-currere -rrisse -rsum
    run forward, charge
  1302. prōd-esse prō-fuisse +dat
    be useful, do good
  1303. proelium -ī n
    battle
  1304. profectō
    indeed, certainly
  1305. prō-ferre
    bring forth, produce
  1306. proficīscī -fectum
    set out, depart
  1307. prō-gredī -ior -gressum
    go forward, advance
  1308. pro-hibēre
    keep off, prevent
  1309. prō-icere
    throw (forward)
  1310. prōmere -mpsisse -mptum
    take out
  1311. prōmissum -ī n
    promise
  1312. prō-mittere
    promise
  1313. prope prp +acc, adv
    near, nearly
  1314. properāre
    hurry
  1315. propinquus -a -um
    near, close
  1316. proprius -a -um
    own, proper
  1317. propter prp +acc
    because of
  1318. propter-eā
    therefore
  1319. prō-silīre -uisse
    spring forth
  1320. prō-spicere
    look out, look ahead
  1321. prōtinus
    at once
  1322. prōvincia -ae f
    province
  1323. proximus -a -um sup
    nearest
  1324. prūdēns -entis adi
    prudent, clever
  1325. pūblicus -a -um
    public, State-
  1326. pudēre: pudet mē (+gen)
    I am ashamed (of)
  1327. pudor -ōris m
    (sense of) shame
  1328. puella -ae f
    girl
  1329. puer -erī m
    boy
  1330. pugna -ae f
    fight
  1331. pugnāre
    fight
  1332. pugnus -ī m
    fist
  1333. pulcher -chra -chrum
    beautiful, fine
  1334. pulchritūdō -inis f
    beauty
  1335. pullus -ī m
    young (of an animal)
  1336. pulmō -ōnis m
    lung
  1337. pulsāre
    strike, hit, knock (at)
  1338. pūnīre
    punish
  1339. puppis -is f
    stern, poop
  1340. pūrus -a -um
    clean, pure
  1341. putāre
    think, suppose
  1342. quadrāgēsimus -a -um
    fortieth
  1343. quadrāgintā
    forty
  1344. quadrin-gentī -ae -a
    four hundred
  1345. quaerere -sīvisse -sītum
    look for, seek, ask (for)
  1346. quālis -e
    what sort of, (such) as
  1347. quālitās -ātis f
    quality
  1348. quam
    how, as, than
  1349. quam +sup
    as…as possible
  1350. quam-diū
    how long, (as long) as
  1351. quam-ob-rem
    why
  1352. quamquam
    although
  1353. quandō
    when, as
  1354. quantitās -ātis f
    quantity, size
  1355. quantum -ī n
    how much, (as much) as
  1356. quantus -a -um
    how large, (as large) as
  1357. quā-propter
    why
  1358. quā-rē
    why
  1359. quārtus -a -um
    fourth
  1360. quārta pars
    fourth, quarter
  1361. quasi
    as, like, as if
  1362. quater
    four times
  1363. quatere -iō
    shake
  1364. quaternī -ae -a
    four (each)
  1365. quattuor
    four
  1366. quattuor-decim
    fourteen
  1367. -que
    and
  1368. querī questum
    complain, grumble
  1369. quī quae quod
    who, which, he who
  1370. quī quae quod (…?)
    what, which
  1371. quia
    because
  1372. quid n (v. quis)
    what, anything
  1373. quid adv
    why
  1374. quī-dam quae- quod-
    a certain, some
  1375. quidem
    indeed, certainly
  1376. nē quidem
    not even
  1377. quidnī
    why not
  1378. quid-quam
    anything
  1379. neque/nec quidquam
    and nothing
  1380. quid-quid
    whatever, anything that
  1381. quiēscere -ēvisse
    rest
  1382. quiētus -a -um
    quiet
  1383. quīn
    why not, do…!
  1384. quīn-decim
    fifteen
  1385. quīn-gentī -ae -a
    five hundred
  1386. quīnī -ae -a
    five (each)
  1387. quīnquāgintā
    fifty
  1388. quīnque
    five
  1389. quīnquiēs
    five times
  1390. Quīntīlis -is (mēnsis)
    July
  1391. quīntus -a -um
    fifth
  1392. quis quae quid
    who, what
  1393. quis quid (sī/num/nē…)
    anyone, anything
  1394. quis-nam quid-nam
    who/what ever?
  1395. quis-quam
    anyone
  1396. neque/nec quisquam
    and no one
  1397. quis-que quae- quod-
    each
  1398. quis-quis
    whoever, anyone who
  1399. quō adv
    where (to)
  1400. quod (= quia)
    because, that
  1401. quod n (v. quī)
    what, which, that which
  1402. quō-modo
    how
  1403. quoniam
    as, since
  1404. quoque
    also, too
  1405. quot indēcl
    how many, (as many) as
  1406. quot-annīs
    every year
  1407. quotiēs
    how many times
  1408. rāmus -ī m
    branch, bough
  1409. rapere -iō -uisse -ptum
    tear away, carry off
  1410. rapidus -a -um
    rushing, rapid
  1411. rārō adv
    rarely, seldom
  1412. rārus -a -um
    rare
  1413. ratiō -ōnis f
    reason
  1414. ratis -is f
    raft
  1415. re-cēdere
    go back, retire
  1416. re-cipere
    receive, admit
  1417. recitāre
    read aloud
  1418. re-cognōscere
    recognize
  1419. rēctus -a -um
    straight, correct
  1420. rēctā (viā)
    straight
  1421. re-cumbere -cubuisse
    lie down
  1422. red-dere -didisse -ditum
    give back, give
  1423. red-imere -ēmisse -ēmptum
    ransom
  1424. red-īre -eō -iisse -itum
    go back, return
  1425. re-dūcere
    lead back, bring back
  1426. re-ferre rettulisse
    bring back, return
  1427. regere rēxisse rēctum
    direct, guide, govern
  1428. regiō -ōnis f
    region, district
  1429. rēgnāre
    reign, rule
  1430. rēgula -ae f
    ruler
  1431. re-linquere -līquisse -lictum
    leave
  1432. reliquus -a -um
    remaining, left
  1433. re-manēre
    remain, stay behind
  1434. rēmigāre
    row
  1435. re-minīscī +gen/acc
    recollect
  1436. re-mittere
    send back
  1437. re-movēre
    remove
  1438. rēmus -ī m
    oar
  1439. repente
    suddenly
  1440. reperīre repperisse repertum
    find
  1441. re-pōnere
    put back
  1442. re-prehendere
    blame, censure
  1443. re-pugnāre
    fight back, resist
  1444. re-quiēscere
    rest
  1445. re-quīrere -sīvisse -sītum
    seek, ask
  1446. rēs reī f
    thing, matter, affair
  1447. re-sistere -stitisse +dat
    halt, resist
  1448. re-spondēre -disse -sum
    answer
  1449. respōnsum -ī n
    answer
  1450. rēte -is n
    net
  1451. re-tinēre -uisse -tentum
    hold back
  1452. re-trahere
    pull back, bring back
  1453. re-venīre
    come back
  1454. revertī -tisse -sum
    return, come back
  1455. re-vocāre
    call back, revoke
  1456. rēx rēgis m
    king
  1457. rīdēre -sisse -sum
    laugh, make fun of
  1458. rīdiculus -a -um
    ridiculous
  1459. rigāre
    irrigate
  1460. rīpa -ae f
    bank
  1461. rīsus -ūs m
    laughter, laugh
  1462. rīvus -ī m
    brook
  1463. rogāre
    ask, ask for
  1464. rogitāre
    ask (repeatedly)
  1465. Rōmānus -a -um
    Roman
  1466. rosa -ae f
    rose
  1467. ruber -bra -brum
    red
  1468. rubēre
    be red, blush
  1469. rudis -e
    crude, rude
  1470. rūmor -ōris m
    rumor
  1471. rumpere rūpisse ruptum
    break
  1472. rūrī loc
    in the country
  1473. rūrsus
    again
  1474. rūs rūris n
    the country
  1475. rūsticus -a -um
    rural, rustic, farm-
  1476. sacculus -ī m
    purse
  1477. saccus -ī m
    sack
  1478. sacerdōs -ōtis m/f
    priest, priestess
  1479. saeculum -ī n
    century
  1480. saepe
    often
  1481. saevus -a -um
    fierce, cruel
  1482. sagitta -ae f
    arrow
  1483. sāl salis m
    salt, wit
  1484. salīre -uisse
    jump
  1485. salūs -ūtis f
    safety, well-being
  1486. salūtem dīcere +dat
    greet
  1487. salūtāre
    greet
  1488. salvāre
    save
  1489. salvē -ēte
    hallo, good morning
  1490. salvēre iubēre
    greet
  1491. salvus -a -um
    safe, unharmed
  1492. sānāre
    heal, cure
  1493. sānē
    certainly, quite
  1494. sanguis -inis m
    blood
  1495. sānus -a -um
    healthy, well
  1496. sapere -iō -iisse
    be wise, have sense
  1497. sapiēns -entis adi
    wise
  1498. satis
    enough, rather
  1499. saxum -ī n
    rock
  1500. scaena -ae f
    scene, stage
  1501. scaenicus -a -um
    theatrical
  1502. scalpellum -ī n
    scalpel, surgical knife
  1503. scamnum -ī n
    stool
  1504. scelestus -a -um
    criminal, wicked
  1505. scelus -eris n
    crime
  1506. scīlicet
    of course
  1507. scindere scidisse scissum
    tear, tear up
  1508. scīre
    know
  1509. scrībere -psisse -ptum
    write
  1510. scūtum -ī n
    shield
  1511. sē sibi
    himself
  1512. secāre -uisse -ctum
    cut
  1513. secundum prp +acc
    along
  1514. secundus -a -um
    second, favorable
  1515. sed
    but
  1516. sē-decim
    sixteen
  1517. sedēre sēdisse
    sit
  1518. sella -ae f
    stool, chair
  1519. semel
    once
  1520. sēmen -inis n
    seed
  1521. semper
    always
  1522. senex senis m
    old man
  1523. sēnī -ae -a
    six (each)
  1524. sententia -ae f
    opinion, sentence
  1525. sentīre sēnsisse sēnsum
    feel, sense, think
  1526. septem
    seven
  1527. September -bris (mēnsis)
    September
  1528. septen-decim
    seventeen
  1529. septentriōnēs -um m pl
    north
  1530. septimus -a -um
    seventh
  1531. septin-gentī -ae -a
    seven hundred
  1532. septuāgintā
    seventy
  1533. sequī secūtum
    follow
  1534. serēnus -a -um
    clear, cloudless
  1535. serere sēvisse satum
    sow, plant
  1536. sērius -a -um
    serious
  1537. sermō -ōnis m
    talk, conversation
  1538. servāre
    preserve, save
  1539. servīre +dat
    be a slave, serve
  1540. servitūs -ūtis f
    slavery
  1541. servus -ī m
    slave, servant
  1542. ses-centī -ae -a
    six hundred
  1543. sēsē
    himself
  1544. sēstertius -ī m
    sesterce (coin)
  1545. seu v. sī-ve/seu
  1546. sevērus -a -um
    stern, severe
  1547. sex
    six
  1548. sexāgintā
    sixty
  1549. sexiēs
    six times
  1550. Sextīlis -is (mēnsis)
    August
  1551. sextus -a -um
    sixth
  1552. if
  1553. sīc
    in this way, so, thus
  1554. siccus -a -um
    dry
  1555. sīc-ut
    just as, as
  1556. signāre
    mark, seal
  1557. significāre
    indicate, mean
  1558. significātiō -ōnis f
    meaning, sense
  1559. signum -ī n
    sign, seal, statue
  1560. silentium -ī n
    silence
  1561. silēre
    be silent
  1562. silva -ae f
    wood, forest
  1563. similis -e
    similar, like
  1564. simul
    together, at the same time
  1565. simul atque +perf
    as soon as
  1566. sīn
    but if
  1567. sine prp +abl
    without
  1568. sinere sīvisse situm
    let, allow
  1569. singulī -ae -a
    one (each), each
  1570. sinister -tra -trum
    left, f the left (hand)
  1571. sinus -ūs m
    fold (of toga)
  1572. sī-quidem
    seeing that, since
  1573. sitis -is f
    thirst
  1574. situs -a -um
    situated
  1575. sī-ve/seu
    or, or if
  1576. s. … s.
    whether…or
  1577. sōl -is m
    sun
  1578. solēre -itum esse
    be accustomed
  1579. solum -ī n
    soil, ground, floor
  1580. sōlum adv
    only
  1581. sōlus -a -um
    alone, lonely
  1582. solvere -visse solūtum
    untie, discharge, pay
  1583. nāvem solvere
    cast off, set sail
  1584. somnus -ī m
    sleep
  1585. sonus -ī m
    sound, noise
  1586. sordēs -ium f pl
    dirt
  1587. sordidus -a -um
    dirty, mean, base
  1588. soror -ōris f
    sister
  1589. spargere -sisse -sum
    scatter
  1590. speciēs -ēī f
    appearance, aspect, sort
  1591. spectāre
    watch, look at
  1592. spectātor -ōris m
    spectator
  1593. speculum -ī n
    mirror
  1594. spērāre
    hope (for)
  1595. spēs -eī f
    hope
  1596. spīrāre
    breathe
  1597. stāre stetisse
    stand
  1598. statim
    at once
  1599. statuere -uisse -ūtum
    fix, determine
  1600. stēlla -ae f
    star
  1601. sternere strāvisse strātum
    spread
  1602. stilus -ī m
    stylus
  1603. stipendium -ī n
    soldier's pay, service
  1604. strepitus -ūs m
    noise, din
  1605. studēre +dat
    devote oneself to
  1606. studiōsus -a -um (+gen)
    interested (in)
  1607. studium -ī n
    interest, study
  1608. stultus -a -um
    stupid, foolish
  1609. stupēre
    be aghast
  1610. suādēre -sisse +dat
    advise
  1611. sub prp +abl/acc
    under, near
  1612. sub-īre -eō -iisse
    go under, undergo
  1613. subitō adv
    suddenly
  1614. subitus -a -um
    sudden
  1615. sub-mergere
    sink
  1616. sub-urbānus -a -um
    near the city
  1617. sūmere -mpsisse -mptum
    take
  1618. summus -a -um sup
    highest, greatest
  1619. super prp +acc
    on (top of), above
  1620. prp +abl
    on, about
  1621. superbus -a -um
    haughty, proud
  1622. super-esse
    be left, be in excess
  1623. superior -ius comp
    higher, upper, superior
  1624. superus -a -um
    upper
  1625. supplicium -ī n
    (capital) punishment
  1626. suprā prp +acc, adv
    above
  1627. surdus -a -um
    deaf
  1628. surgere sur-rēxisse
    rise, get up
  1629. sur-ripere -iō -uisse -reptum
    steal
  1630. sūrsum
    up, upward
  1631. suscitāre
    wake up, rouse
  1632. su-spicere
    look up (at)
  1633. sus-tinēre
    support, sustain, endure
  1634. suus -a -um
    his/her/their (own)
  1635. syllaba -ae f
    syllable
  1636. tabella -ae f
    writing-tablet
  1637. tabellārius -ī m
    letter-carrier
  1638. taberna -ae f
    shop, stall
  1639. tabernārius -ī m
    shopkeeper
  1640. tabula -ae f
    writing-tablet
  1641. tacēre
    be silent
  1642. tacitus -a -um
    silent
  1643. talentum -ī n
    talent
  1644. tālis -e
    such
  1645. tam
    so, as
  1646. tam-diū
    so long, as long
  1647. tamen
    nevertheless, yet
  1648. tam-quam
    as, like
  1649. tandem
    at length, at last
  1650. tangere tetigisse tāctum
    touch
  1651. tantum -ī n
    so much
  1652. alterum tantum
    twice as much
  1653. tantum adv
    so much, only
  1654. tantun-dem
    just as much
  1655. tantus -a -um
    so big, so great
  1656. tardus -a -um
    slow, late
  1657. tata -ae m
    daddy
  1658. taurus -ī m
    bull
  1659. tēctum -ī n
    roof
  1660. temerārius -a -um
    reckless
  1661. tempestās -ātis f
    storm
  1662. templum -ī n
    temple
  1663. tempus -oris n
    time
  1664. tenebrae -ārum f pl
    darkness
  1665. tenebricōsus -a -um
    dark
  1666. tenēre -uisse -ntum
    hold, keep (back)
  1667. tenuis -e
    thin
  1668. ter
    three times
  1669. tergēre -sisse -sum
    wipe
  1670. tergum -ī n
    back
  1671. ternī -ae -a
    three (each)
  1672. terra -ae f
    earth, ground, country
  1673. terrēre
    frighten
  1674. terribilis -e
    terrible
  1675. tertius -a -um
    third
  1676. testis -is m/f
    witness
  1677. theātrum -ī n
    theater
  1678. tībiae -ārum f pl
    flute
  1679. tībīcen -inis m
    flute-player
  1680. timēre
    fear, be afraid (of)
  1681. timidus -a -um
    fearful, timid
  1682. timor -ōris m
    fear
  1683. titulus -ī m
    title
  1684. toga -ae f
    toga
  1685. togātus -a -um
    wearing the toga
  1686. tollere sus-tulisse sublātum
    raise, lift, pick up, remove, take away
  1687. tonitrus -ūs m
    thunder
  1688. tot indēcl
    so many
  1689. totiēs
    so many times
  1690. tōtus -a -um
    the whole of, all
  1691. trā-dere -didisse -ditum
    hand over, deliver
  1692. trahere -āxisse -actum
    drag, pull
  1693. tranquillitās -ātis f
    calmness
  1694. tranquillus -a -um
    calm, still
  1695. trāns prp +acc
    across, over
  1696. trāns-ferre
    transfer, transport
  1697. trāns-īre -eō -iisse -itum
    cross, pass
  1698. tre-centī -ae -a
    three hundred
  1699. trē-decim
    thirteen
  1700. tremere -uisse
    tremble
  1701. trēs tria
    three
  1702. trīcēsimus -a -um
    thirtieth
  1703. trīclīnium -ī n
    dining-room
  1704. trīgintā
    thirty
  1705. trīnī -ae -a
    three
  1706. trīstis -e
    sad
  1707. trīstitia -ae f
    sadness
  1708. tū tē tibi
    you, yourself
  1709. tuērī tūtum
    guard, protect
  1710. tum
    then
  1711. tumultuārī
    make an uproar
  1712. tumultus -ūs m
    uproar
  1713. tunc
    then
  1714. tunica -ae f
    tunic
  1715. turba -ae f
    throng, crowd
  1716. turbāre
    stir up, agitate
  1717. turbidus -a -um
    agitated, stormy
  1718. turgid(ul)us -a -um
    swollen
  1719. turpis -e
    ugly, foul
  1720. tūtus -a -um
    safe
  1721. tuus -a -um
    your, yours
  1722. tyrannus -ī m
    tyrant
  1723. ubi
    where
  1724. ubi prīmum +perf
    as soon as
  1725. ubī-que
    everywhere
  1726. ūllus -a -um
    any
  1727. nec/neque ūllus
    and no
  1728. ulterior -ius comp
    farther, more distant
  1729. ultimus -a -um sup
    most distant, last
  1730. ultrā prp +acc
    beyond
  1731. ululāre
    howl
  1732. umbra -a f
    shade, shadow
  1733. umerus -ī m
    shoulder
  1734. ūmidus -a -um
    wet, moist
  1735. umquam
    ever
  1736. nec/neque umquam
    and never
  1737. ūnā adv
    together
  1738. unde
    from where
  1739. ūn-dē-centum
    ninety-nine
  1740. ūn-decim
    eleven
  1741. ūndecimus -a -um
    eleventh
  1742. ūn-dē-trīgintā
    twenty-nine
  1743. ūn-dē-vīgintī
    nineteen
  1744. ūnī -ae -a
    one
  1745. ūniversus -a -um
    the whole of, entire
  1746. ūnus -a -um
    one, only
  1747. urbānus -a -um
    of the city, urban
  1748. urbs -bis f
    city
  1749. ūrere ussisse ustum
    burn
  1750. ūsque
    up (to), all the time
  1751. ut
    like, as
  1752. ut + coni
    that, in order that, to
  1753. uter utra utrum
    which (of the two)
  1754. uter-que utra- utrum-
    each of the two, both
  1755. ūtī ūsum +abl
    use, enjoy
  1756. utinam
    I wish that, if only…!
  1757. utrum…an
    …or…? whether…or
  1758. ūva -ae f
    grape
  1759. uxor -ōris f
    wife
  1760. vacuus -a -um
    empty
  1761. vāgīre
    wail, squall
  1762. valdē
    strongly, very (much)
  1763. valē -ēte
    farewell, goodbye
  1764. valēre
    be strong, be well
  1765. valētūdō -inis f
    health
  1766. validus -a -um
    strong
  1767. vallis -is f
    valley
  1768. vāllum -ī n
    rampart
  1769. varius -a -um
    varied, different
  1770. vās vāsis n, pl -a -ōrum
    vessel, bowl
  1771. -ve
    or
  1772. vehere vēxisse vectum
    carry, convey, pass ride, sail, travel
  1773. vel
    or
  1774. velle volō voluisse
    want, be willing
  1775. vēlōx -ōcis adi
    swift, rapid
  1776. vēlum -ī n
    sail
  1777. vel-ut
    like, as
  1778. vēna -ae f
    vein
  1779. vēn-dere -didisse
    sell
  1780. venīre vēnisse ventum
    come
  1781. venter -tris m
    belly, stomach
  1782. ventus -ī m
    wind
  1783. venustus -a -um
    charming
  1784. vēr vēris n
    spring
  1785. verbera -um n pl
    lashes, flogging
  1786. verberāre
    beat, flog
  1787. verbum -ī n
    word, verb
  1788. verērī
    fear
  1789. vērō
    really, however, but
  1790. neque/nec vērō
    but not
  1791. versārī
    move about, be present
  1792. versiculus -ī m
    short verse
  1793. versus -ūs m
    line, verse
  1794. versus: ad…versus
    toward
  1795. vertere -tisse -sum
    turn
  1796. vērum
    but
  1797. vērus -a -um
    true, n truth
  1798. vesper -erī m
    evening
  1799. vesperī adv
    in the evening
  1800. vester -tra -trum
    your, yours
  1801. vestīgium -ī n
    footprint, trace
  1802. vestīmentum -ī n
    garment, clothing
  1803. vestīre
    dress
  1804. vestis -is f
    clothes, cloth
  1805. vestrum gen
    of you
  1806. vetāre
    forbid
  1807. vetus -eris adi
    old
  1808. via -ae f
    road, way, street
  1809. vīcēsimus -a -um
    twentieth
  1810. victor -ōris m, adi
    conqueror, victorious
  1811. victōria -ae f
    victory
  1812. vidēre vīdisse vīsum
    see, pass seem
  1813. vigilāre
    be awake
  1814. vigilia -ae f
    night watch (I-IV)
  1815. vīgintī
    twenty
  1816. vīlis -e
    cheap
  1817. vīlla -ae f
    country house, villa
  1818. vincere vīcisse victum
    defeat, overcome, win
  1819. vincīre -nxisse -nctum
    tie
  1820. vīnea -ae f
    vinyard
  1821. vīnum -ī n
    wine
  1822. vir -ī m
    man, husband
  1823. vīrēs -ium f pl
    strength
  1824. virga -ae f
    rod
  1825. virgō -inis f
    maiden, young girl
  1826. virtūs -ūtis f
    valor, courage
  1827. vīs, acc vim, abl vī
    force, violence, power
  1828. viscera -um n pl
    internal organs
  1829. vīsere -sisse
    go and see, visit
  1830. vīta -ae f
    life
  1831. vītāre
    avoid
  1832. vītis -is f
    vine
  1833. vīvere vīxisse
    live, be alive
  1834. vīvus -a -um
    living, alive
  1835. vix
    hardly
  1836. vocābulum -ī n
    word
  1837. vōcālis -is f
    vowel
  1838. vocāre
    call, invite
  1839. volāre
    fly
  1840. voluntās -ātisf
    will
  1841. vorāgō -inis f
    abyss, whirlpool
  1842. vorāre
    swallow, devour
  1843. vōs vōbīs
    you, yourselves
  1844. vōx vōcis f
    voice
  1845. vulnerāre
    wound
  1846. vulnus -eris n
    wound
  1847. vultus -ūs m
    countenance, face
  1848. zephyrus -ī m
    west wind

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