Latin Vocabulary

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Latin Vocabulary
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Vocabulary from Latin with Virgil
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  1. poetā
    poet
  2. nauta
    sailor
  3. dea
    goddess
  4. rēgīna
    queen
  5. stella
    star
  6. quis?
    Who?
  7. rogat
    asks
  8. respondet
    replies
  9. hic
    this (m)
  10. haec
    this (f)
  11. est
    is
  12. minimē
    certainly not
  13. non
    not
  14. ecce
    look at, here is
  15. terra
    land, region, country or earth
  16. Asia
    Asia
  17. ubi?
    where?
  18. urbs
    city
  19. Libya
    Libya
  20. Europa
    Europe
  21. Italia
    Italia
  22. Troia
    Troy
  23. Karthāgo
    Carthage
  24. Rōma
    Rome
  25. pictūra
    picture
  26. sententia
    proverb, saying
  27. nat
    swims
  28. nāvigat
    sails
  29. bālaena
    whale
  30. unde?
    from where?
  31. ab
    from
  32. quo?
    to where?
  33. ad
    to, towards
  34. portat
    carries
  35. vita
    life
  36. aqua
    water
  37. charta geōgraphica
    map
  38. pecūnia
    money
  39. arca
    chest
  40. via
    road
  41. aranea
    spider
  42. casa
    house
  43. mensa
    table
  44. arēna
    arena
  45. cēna
    dinner
  46. puella
    girl
  47. intrat
    enters
  48. narrat
    tells
  49. ambulat
    walks
  50. laudat
    praises
  51. habitat
    lives, dwells
  52. amat
    loves
  53. salve!
    hello (s), be well (lit)
  54. salvete!
    hello (pl) be well (lit)
  55. valē!
    goodbye (s), be strong (lit)
  56. valetē!
    goodbye (pl) be strong (lit)
  57. fabula
    story
  58. femina
    woman
  59. statua
    statue
  60. violat
    • attack in both body and mind
    • violate (lit)
  61. itaque
    and so
  62. prope
    near to
  63. cōgitat
    thinks, ponders or considers
  64. dē quo?
    about what?
  65. about
  66. itself, himself or herself
  67. necat
    kills violenty
  68. cur?
    why?
  69. cum
    with
  70. vīsitat
    visits
  71. castīgat
    castigates, sets back on the right path
  72. et
    and
  73. mox
    soon
  74. quod
    because
  75. ego sum
    I am
  76. tu es
    you are
  77. hīc est
    here is (m)
  78. haec est
    here is (f)
  79. mūsa
    muse
  80. adiuvat
    helps
  81. pontus
    sea
  82. deus
    god
  83. volat
    flies
  84. forma
    appearance
  85. populus
    the people
  86. inter
    amongst
  87. ōrat
    begs
  88. regnat
    rules over
  89. carverna
    cave
  90. temperat
    calms
  91. procella
    storm
  92. postulat
    demands
  93. liberat
    • frees
    • releases
  94. sēcum
    with itself, with himself, with herself
  95. superat
    survives, overcomes, defeats
  96. puer
    boy
  97. vir
    man
  98. īnsula
    island
  99. ventus
    wind
  100. sunt
    are
  101. Trōiānus
    Trojan
  102. cervus
    male deer
  103. filia
    daughter
  104. filius
    son
  105. una
    one (f)
  106. unus
    one (m)
  107. duae
    two (f)
  108. duo
    two (m)
  109. tres
    three
  110. stat
    stands
  111. quot?
    how many?
  112. Graecus
    Greek
  113. trāns
    across
  114. unda
    wave
  115. oppugnat
    attacks
  116. pugnat
    fights
  117. circum
    around
  118. errat
    wanders
  119. pulsat
    hits, pushes, drives
  120. turbat
    agitates, stirs up
  121. invītat
    invites
  122. quamquam
    although
  123. īnfernus
    the underworld

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