Latin Vocab Master

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  1. Farmer
    agricola, agricolae, m.
  2. Water
    aqua, aquae f.
  3. Woman
    fēmina, fēminae f.
  4. Chance, luck, fortune
    fortūna, fortūnae f.
  5. Sailor
    nauta, nautae m.
  6. Money, property
    pecūnia, pecūniae f.
  7. Rose
    rosa, rosae f.
  8. To love
    amō, amāre, amāvī, amātus
  9. "ought to, should"; to owe; to be obligated to
    dēbeō, dēbēre, dēbuī, dēbitus
  10. To have; consider
    habeō, habēre, habuī, habitus
  11. To lie (on the ground)
    iaceō, iacēre, iacuī, iacitūrus
  12. To help; please
    iuvō, iuvāre, iūvī, iūtus
  13. To work, strive
    labōrō, labōrāre, labōrāvī, labōrātus
  14. To praise
    laudō, laudāre, laudāvī, laudātus
  15. To advise, warn, remind
    moneō, monēre, monuī, monitus
  16. To choose, desire, wish for
    optō, optāre, optāvī, optātus
  17. To overcome, conquer, surpass
    superō, superāre, superāvī, superātus
  18. To be silent
    taceō, tacēre, tacuī, tacitūrus
  19. To terrify, scare
    terreō, terrēre, terruī, territus
  20. To fear, be afraid (of)
    timeō, timēre, timuī
  21. To see
    videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsus
  22. To call, summon
    vocō, vocāre, vocāvī, vocātus
  23. signals a yes or no question (no English translation)
    -ne (attached to the end of the first word in the sentence, usually the most important word in the question)
  24. (cultivated) Field; countryside
    ager, agrī m.
  25. Friend
    amīcus, amīcī m.
  26. Mind, spirit, courage; soul
    animus, animī m.
  27. War
    bellum, bellī n.
  28. House, hut
    casa, casae f.
  29. Plan, advice
    cōnsilium, cōnsiliī
  30. Master, lord
    dominus, dominī m.
  31. Gift, present
    donum, donī n.
  32. Place, position
    locus, locī m. (n. in the pl)
  33. Moon
    luna, lunae f.
  34. Nature
    natura, naturae f.
  35. Boy
    puer, puerī m.
  36. Girl
    puella, puellae f.
  37. Kingdom, royal power
    rēgnum, rēgnī n.
  38. Man; occasionally "husband"
    vir, virī m.
  39. To dare
    audeō, audēre, ausus sum
  40. To shout
    clāmō, clāmāre, clāmāvī, clāmātus
  41. To hesitate, doubt
    dubitō, dubitāre, dubitāvī, dubitātus
  42. To laugh, laugh at
    rīdeō, rīdēre, rīsī, rīsus
  43. To be accustomed
    soleō, solēre, soluī, solitus sum
  44. And (standalone word)
    et
  45. And (enclitic)
    -que
  46. But
    sed
  47. Arms, weapons
    arma, armōrum n. (pl.)
  48. Sky, heavens
    caelum, caelī n.
  49. Dinner
    cēna, cēnae f.
  50. Goddess
    dea, deae f. (dat. pl. and abl. pl. = deābus)
  51. God
    deus, deī m. (nom. pl. = dī; dat. pl. and abl. pl. = dīs)
  52. Story
    fābula, fābulae f.
  53. Son
    fīlius, fīliī m. (voc. sg. = fīlī)
  54. Command, (military) power
    imperium, imperiī n.
  55. Book
    liber, librī m.
  56. No one
    nēmō m. (acc. sg. = nēminem)
  57. Sea, ocean
    pontus, pontī m.
  58. Romulus (legendary founder of Rome)
    Rōmulus, Rōmulī m.
  59. Forest, wood
    silva, silvae f.
  60. Temple, shrine
    templum, templī n.
  61. Crowd
    turba, turbae f.
  62. Wind, breeze
    ventus,  ventī m.
  63. To build
    aedificō, aedificāre, aedificāvī, aedificātus
  64. To give
    dō, dāre, dedī, dātus
  65. To fill, fill up; complete
    impleō, implēre, implēvī, implētus
  66. To show, demonstrate
    mōnstrō, mōnstrāre, mōnstrāvī, mōnstrātus
  67. To tell (a story)
    nārrō, nārrāre, nārrāvī, nārrātus
  68. To prepare
    parō, parāre, parāvī, parātus
  69. To carry, bring
    portō, portāre, portāvī, portātus
  70. To fight
    pugnō, pugnāre, pugnāvī, pugnātus
  71. Deed, act exploit, achievement
    factum, factī n.
  72. Eye
    oculus, oculi m.
  73. Rock, stone; cliff
    saxum, saxī n.
  74. Word
    verbum, verbī n.
  75. Road; way
    via, viae f.
  76. To walk
    ambulō, ambulāre, ambulāvī, ambulātūrus
  77. To wander; err
    errō, errāre, errāvī, errātus
  78. To hurry, hasten
    festīnō, festīnāre, festīnāvī, festīnātus
  79. To sail, sail over (across), navigate
    nāvigō, nāvigāre, nāvigāvī, nāvigātus
  80. To sit
    sedeō, sedēre, sedī, sessūrus
  81. Easily
    facile
  82. Not
    nōn
  83. Often
    saepe
  84. Always
    semper
  85. Finally
    tandem
  86. Then, at that time; next
    tum
  87. Away from
    ā, ab (+abl)
  88. To, toward
    ad (+acc)
  89. Out of, from
    ē, ex (+abl)
  90. In, on
    in (+abl)
  91. Into, onto, against
    in (+acc)
  92. Behind; after
    post (+acc)
  93. In front of; on behalf of; instead of
    prō (+abl)
  94. Across, beyond
    trāns (+acc)
  95. Care, anxiety
    cūra, cūrae f.
  96. example, model
    exemplum, exemplī n.
  97. wisdom
    sapientia, sapientiae f.
  98. forest, wood
    silva, silvae f.
  99. land, earth, soil; country
    terra, terrae f.
  100. to throw
    iactō, iactāre, iactāvī, iactātus
  101. to be, exist
    sum, esse, fuī, futūrus
  102. sick, weak
    aeger, aegra, aegrum
  103. high, deep
    altus, alta, altum
  104. good
    bonus, bona, bonum
  105. divine, of the gods; prophetic
    dīvīnus, dīvīna, dīvīnum
  106. free
    līber, lībera, līberum
  107. long
    longus, longa, longum
  108. large, great
    magnus, magna, magnum
  109. bad
    malus, mala, malum
  110. my, mine
    meus, mea, meum
  111. much; many (pl.)
    multus, multa, multum
  112. our, ours
    noster, nostra, nostrum
  113. small
    parvus, parva, parvum
  114. first
    prīmus, prīma, prīmum
  115. beautiful, handsome; fine
    pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
  116. your, yours, your own (sg.)
    tuus, tua, tuum
  117. your, yours (pl.)
    vester, vestra, vestrum
  118. with
    cum (+abl)
  119. under, beneath
    sub (+abl)
  120. to the foot/base of, along under (implying motion)
    sub (+acc)
  121. Fame, report, reputation; rumor
    fāma, fāmae f.
  122. Daughter
    fīlia, fīliae f. (dat. and abl. pl. = fīliābus
  123. Anger
    īra, īrae f.
  124. Italy
    Ītalia, Ītaliae f.
  125. The people, a people, nation
    populus, populī m.
  126. Queen
    rēgīna, rēgīnae f.
  127. Life
    vīta, vītae f.
  128. To grieve,
    doleō, dolēre, doluī, dolitūrus
  129. To remain, stay
    maneō, manēre, mānsī, mānsūrus
  130. To move; excite; affect
    moveō, movēre, mōvī, mōtus
  131. To announce, report
    nūntiō, nūntiāre, nūntiāvī, nūntiātus
  132. To pray, beg, beg for (often with 2 accusatives, one of the person, the other of the thing)
    ōrō, ōrāre, ōrāvī, ōrātus
  133. To hold, possess, keep; restrain
    teneō, tenēre, tenuī, tentus
  134. Happy; fertile
    laetus, laeta, laetum
  135. Miserable, unhappy
    miser, misera, miserum
  136. New; strange
    novus, nova, novum
  137. Roman
    Rōmānus, Rōmāna, Rōmānum;
  138. The Romans
    Rōmānī, Rōmānōrum m. (pl.)
  139. For a long time
    diū
  140. Now, at present
    nunc
  141. Then
    tunc
  142. Down from; about, concerning
    dē (+abl)
  143. Because of, on account of
    propter (+acc)
  144. Without
    sine (+abl)
  145. For; in fact; yes, truly
    enim (never appears as the first word in a sentence – “postpositive”)
  146. Head; summit
    caput, capitis n.
  147. State; citizen
    cīvitās, cīvitātis f.
  148. Consul
    cōnsul, cōnsulis m.
  149. Body, corpse
    corpus, corporis n.
  150. (Military) leader, commander
    dux, ducis m.
  151. Brother
    frāter, frāteris m.
  152. Human being, man
    homō, hominis m.
  153. Right, law; justice
    iūs, iūris n.
  154. Law
    lex, lēgis f.
  155. Freedom, liberty
    lībertās, lībertātis f.
  156. Light
    lūx, lūcis f.
  157. Mother
    māter, mātris f.
  158. Name
    nōmen, nōminis n.
  159. Father; senator
    pater, patris m.
  160. Peace
    pāx, pācis f.
  161. King
    rēx, rēgis m.
  162. Courage, excellence, virtue
    virtūs, virtūtis f.
  163. To be without, free from; need, miss
    careō, carēre, caruī, caritūrus (+abl)
  164. To harm, be harmful to
    noceō, nocēre, nocuī (+dat)
  165. To obey, be obedient to
    pāreō, pārēre, pāruī (+dat)
  166. To please, be pleasing to
    placeō, placēre, placuī, placitūrus (+dat)
  167. To be able, “I can”
    possum, posse, potuī
  168. Walls; fortifications
    moena, moenium n. (pl.)
  169. Letter (off the alphabet); pl. letter, literature
    littera, litterae f.
  170. Nothing
    nihil n. (indeclinable) nīl (contracted form)
  171. Truth
    vēritās, vēritātis f.
  172. To do, perform; drive
    agō, agree, ēgī, actus
  173. To hear, listen (to)
    audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītus
  174. To take, seize, capture
    capiō, capere, cēpī, captus
  175. To create; elect, choose
    creō, creāre, creāvī, creātus
  176. To say, speak, tell
    dīcō, dīcere, dīxī, dictus
  177. To teach (often with 2 accusatives, one of the person, the other of the thing being taught)
    doceō, docēre, docuī, doctus
  178. To sleep
    dormiō, dormīre, dormīvī, dormitūrus
  179. To lead
    dūcō, dūcere, dūxi, ductus
  180. To do; make
    faciō, facere, fēcī, factus
  181. To judge; to decide
    iūdicō, iūdicāre, iūdicāvī, iūdicātus
  182. To read; choose, select
    legō, legere, lēgī, lēctus
  183. To send
    mittō, mittere, mīsī, missus
  184. To rule
    regō, regere, rēxī, rēctus
  185. To write
    scrībō, scrībere, scrīpsī, scrīptus
  186. To feel, perceive
    sentiō, sentīre, sēnsī, sēnsus
  187. To be well, healthy; to be strong; goodbye, farewell (imperative)
    valeō, valēre, valuī, valitūrus
  188. To come
    veniō, venīre, vēnī, ventūrus
  189. Angry
    īrātus, īrāta, īrātum
  190. Full (of), filled (with)
    plēnus, plēna, plēnum (+ gen or abl)
  191. He, she, it; this that
    is, ea, id
  192. Song, poem
    carmen, carminis n.
  193. Wife; husband; spouse
    coniūnx, coniugis m. or f.
  194. Tear
    lacrima, lacrimae f.
  195. Soldier
    mīles, mīlitis m.
  196. Country, fatherland
    patria, patriae f.
  197. Poet
    poēta, poētae m.
  198. Fear, terror
    timor, timōris m.
  199. To believe, trust (+dat. of person believed; +acc of thing believed)
    crēdō, crēdere, crēdidī, crēditus
  200. To end, finish; limit; die
    fīniō, fīnīre, fīnīvī, fīnītus
  201. To flee (from), escape avoid
    fugiō, fugere, fūgī, fugitūrus
  202. To begin
    incipiō, incipere, incēpī, inceptus
  203. To seek, go after; ask; attack
    petō, petere, petīvī or petiī, petītus
  204. To show; offer, provide
    praebeō, praebēre, praebuī, praebitus
  205. To leave, abandon
    relinquō relinquere, relīquī, relictus
  206. To serve
    serviō, servīre, servīvī or serviī, servītūrus (+dat)
  207. Clear, bright; famous; loud
    clārus, clāra, clārum
  208. Right (side); right hand; pledge (of friendship)
    dexter, dextra, dextrum
  209. This
    hic, haec, hoc
  210. That
    ille, illa, illud
  211. Once (upon a time), one day (in the future)
    ōlim
  212. However, nevertheless, yet
    tamen
  213. Even; also
    et
  214. Before, in front of
    ante (+acc)
  215. Between, among
    inter (+acc)
  216. Or
    aut
  217. Either… or
    aut… aut
  218. Skill, art
    *ars, artis f.
  219. Cause, reason
    causa, causae f.
  220. For the sake of, because of
    causā + gen.
  221. Grace; favor, kindness; gratitude
    grātia, grātiae f.
  222. For the sake of, because of
    grātiā + gen.
  223. To thank
    grātiās agere + dat.
  224. Fire
    *ignis, ignis m.
  225. Sea
    mare, maris n.
  226. Mind, judgment, reason
    *mēns, mentis f.
  227. Death
    *mors, martis f.
  228. Part, share, direction
    *pars, partis f.
  229. City
    *urbs, urbis f.
  230. Sharp, fierce; eager
    ācer, ācris, ācre
  231. Brief, short
    brevis, breve
  232. Swift, quick, rapid
    celer, celeris, celere
  233. Difficult
    difficilis, difficile
  234. Sweet; pleasant
    dulcis, dulce
  235. Easy
    facilis, facile
  236. Fortunate, lucky
    fēlīx, fēlīcis
  237. Brave; strong
    fortis, forte
  238. Huge; mighty
    ingēns, ingentis
  239. All, every
    omnis, omne
  240. Powerful; able
    potēns, potentis
  241. Because of
    ob (+ acc)
  242. Through, along; because of; by (in oaths and prayers)
    per (+ acc)
  243. And
    atque, ac
  244. and not, and … not
    nec or neque
  245. neither … nor
    nec … nec; neque … neque
  246. Age, life
    aetās, aetātis f.
  247. Year
    annus, annī m.
  248. Hour, season
    hōra, hōrae f.
  249. Night
    *nox, noctis f.
  250. Divine, will, divine power
    nūmen, nūminis n.
  251. Reason, judgment; method
    ratiō, ratiōnis f.
  252. Time, period of time (e.g. a season); opportunity
    tempus, temporis n.
  253. To depart, go away; separate
    discēdō, discēdere, discessī, discessūrus
  254. To mix, mingle; stir up, disturb
    misceō, miscēre, miscuī, mixtus
  255. Other, another
    alius, alia, aliud (alterīus is commonly used for gen. sg)
  256. One thing … another (thing)
    Aliud … aliud
  257. Some … others
    aliī … aliī
  258. The one, the other (of two); next, second
    alter, altera, alterum
  259. Neither (of two)
    neuter, neutra, neutrum
  260. Not any, no
    nūllus, nūlla, nūllum
  261. Second; favorable
    secundus, secunda, secundum
  262. Alone, only
    sōlus, sōla, sōlum
  263. Not only … but also
    nōn sōlum … sed etiam
  264. Whole, entire
    tōtus, tōta, tōtum
  265. Any
    ūllus, ūlla, ūllum
  266. One
    ūnus, ūna, ūnum
  267. Which? (of two)
    uter, utra, utrum
  268. Also; even
    etiam
  269. Now; already
    iam
  270. Thus, so
    sīc
  271. Suddenly
    subitō
  272. Tree
    arbor, arboris f.
  273. River
    flūmen, flūminis n.
  274. Clan, tribe, family; nation; people
    *gēns, gentis f.
  275. Journey, path, route; a day’s march
    iter, itineris n.
  276. Foot
    pēs, pedis m.
  277. To be absent, away, distant
    absum, abesse, āfuī, āfutūrus
  278. To bear, carry on; wear
    gerō, gerere, gessī, gestus
  279. To wage war
    bellum gerō
  280. Friendly (to)
    amicus, amīca, amīcum
  281. Fit, suitable (for)
    aptus, apta, aptum
  282. Dear (to)
    cārus, cāra, cārum
  283. Faithful, loyal (to)
    fidēlis, fidēle
  284. Unfriendly, hostile (to)
    inimīcus, inimical, inimīcum
  285. Equal (to)
    pār, paris
  286. Similar (to), like
    similis, simile
  287. By chance
    forte
  288. And so, therefore
    • itaque
    • Before
    • antequam
  289. When
    cum
  290. While, as long as
    dum
  291. After, when
    postquam
  292. Because
    Quia
  293. Because; since
    quod
  294. If
  295. When; where
    ubi
  296. Letter
    epistula, epistulae f.
  297. End; border; (pl.) boundary, territory
    fīnis, fīnis m.
  298. Mountain
    mōns, montis m.
  299. Ship
    nāvis, nāvis f.
  300. Rome
    Rōma, Rōmae f.
  301. Wife
    uxor, uxōris f.
  302. To receive
    accipiō, accipere, accēpī, acceptus
  303. To run
    currō, currere, cucurrī, cursūrus
  304. To charge, rush together, clash
    concurrō, concurrere, concucurrī, concursūrus
  305. To learn
    disco, discere, didicī
  306. To inhabit, to live in
    incolō, incolere, incoluī
  307. To find, discover, invent
    inveniō, invenīre, invēnī, inventus
  308. To put, place
    pōnō, pōnere, posuī, positus
  309. To watch, look at
    spectō, spectāre, spectāvī, spectātus
  310. To turn, turn around; destroy; change
    vertō, vertere, vertī, versus
  311. To conquer; win
    vincō, vinvere, vīcī, victus
  312. Tired
    fessus, fessa, fessum
  313. Middle; middle of
    medius, media, medium
  314. Few
    paucī, paucae, pauca (pl)
  315. Remaining, rest (of)
    reliquus, reliqua, reliquum
  316. Today
    hodiē
  317. Thus, so, in this way
    ita
  318. Who, which, that
    quī, quae, quod
  319. Himself, herself, itself, themselves
    suī, sibi, sē
  320. For (=because); indeed, truly
    nam
  321. Citizen
    *cīvis, cīvis m. or f.
  322. Pain, sorrow
    dolor, dolōris m.
  323. Horse
    equus, equī m.
  324. Ground, earth
    humus, humī f.
  325. Gaul
    Gallia, Galliae f.
  326. Work, labor, effort; hardship
    labor, labōris m.
  327. Praise
    laus, laudis f.
  328. Breast, chest; heart
    pectus, pectoris n.
  329. Danger
    perīculum, perīculī n.
  330. Battle
    proelium, proeliī n.
  331. Province
    prōvincia, prōvinciae f.
  332. The country(side)
    rūs, rūris n.
  333. To found, build, establish
    condo, condere, condidī, conditus
  334. To break, shatter, wreck
    frangō, frangere, frēgī, frāctus
  335. To set fire to, burn; inflame
    incendō, incendere, incendī, incēnsus
  336. To prohibit, keep from – to keep someone (acc.) from something (abl. of separation)
    prohibeō, prohibēre, prohibuī, prohibitus
  337. To avoid
    vītō, vītāre, vītāvī, vītātus
  338. Even, calm, equal
    aequus, aequa, aequum
  339. The rest, the others
    cēterī, cēterae, cētera
  340. Worthy; worth, fitting
    dignus, digna, dignum
  341. Unworthy; undeserved; shameful
    indignus, indigna, indignum
  342. His, her, its, their own
    suus, sua, suum
  343. Around
    circum/circa (+acc)
  344. Over, above, on (top of)
    super (+acc)
  345. Birth, origin; kind; race
    genus, generis n.
  346. Honor, respect; public office
    honor, honōris
  347. Enemy (of the state)
    *hostis, hostis m. (usually pl)
  348. Court; trial; judgement
    iūdicium, iūdiciī n.
  349. Delegate, envoy, ambassador; legion commander
    lēgātus, lēgātī m.
  350. Shore, beach, coast
    lītus, lītoris n.
  351. Cloud
    nūbēs, nūbis f.
  352. Power, help; (pl.) wealth, resources
    ops, opis f.
  353. Troy
    Trōia, Trōiae f.
  354. Wave, waters; sea
    unda, undae f.
  355. To lose
    āmittō, āmittere, āmīsī, āmissus
  356. To decide, appoint, establish
    cōnstituō, cōnstituere, cōnstituī, cōnstitūtus
  357. To seize, snatch, carry off
    rapiō, rapere, rapuī, raptus
  358. To stand
    stō, stare, stetī, statūrus
  359. To get up, (a)rise
    surgō, surgere, surrēxī, surrēctus
  360. To drag, pull; derive
    trahō, trahere, trāxī, tractus
  361. To seem; be seen (often takes comp. inf; may be linking at times)
    videor, vidērī, vīsus sum
  362. To live, be alive
    vīvō, vīvere, vīxī
  363. To roll, turn/ twist around
    volvō, volvere, volvī, volūtus
  364. So much, so great
    tantus, tanta, tantum
  365. Both, each (of two)
    uterque, utraque, utrumque
  366. In fact, truly, indeed (postpositive)
    vērō
  367. In reply; face to face
    contrā
  368. By
    ā, ab (+ animate ablative in passive sentence)
  369. Opposite; against
    contrā (+acc)
  370. Battle line
    aciēs, aciēī f.
  371. Fall; misfortune, destruction; chance, accident
    cāsus, cāsūs m.
  372. Horn; wing (of an army)
    cornū, cornūs n.
  373. Day; fem. used when it is an appointed, or set, day
    dies, diēī m. or f
  374. House(hold), home
    domus, domūs f.
  375. Army
    exercitus, exercitūs m.
  376. Face; appearance
    faciēs, faciēī f.
  377. Faith, trust; loyalty, trustworthiness
    fidēs, fideī f.
  378. Wave; commotion
    flūctus, flūctūs m.
  379. Knee
    genū, genus n.
  380. Attack; charge; impulse
    impetus, impetus m.
  381. Hand; band (of men)
    manus, manūs f.
  382. Fear, dread; anxiety
    metus, metūs m.
  383. Pace, footstep
    passus, passūs m.
  384. Mile (literally “1000 paces”); miles
    mille passūs; mīlia passum (pl)
  385. Thing, matter, business; court case
    rēs, reī f.
  386. State, republic
    rēs pūblica, reī pūblicae f.
  387. Senate
    senātus, senātūs m.
  388. Hope
    spēs, speī f.
  389. Expression; face
    vultus, vultūs m.
  390. To burn, be on fire, glow
    ardeō, ardēre, arsī, arsūrus
  391. To fall
    cadō, cadere, cecidī, cāsūrus
  392. Therefore
    igitur (postpositive)
  393. From there; then, from that time forth
    inde
  394. So, to such a degree
    tam
  395. Love
    amor, amōris m.
  396. Julius Caesar
    Caesar, Caesaris m.
  397. Camp
    castra, castrōrum n. (pl)
  398. Shout; cheer
    clamor, clāmōris m.
  399. Crime; accusation, charge
    crīmen, crīminis n.
  400. Fate, destiny
    fātum, fātī n.
  401. Iron; sword
    ferrum, ferrī n.
  402. Joy, delight
    gaudium, gaudiī n.
  403. Messenger; message
    nūntius, nūntiī m.
  404. Leader, chief; first citizen, emperor
    prīnceps, prīncipis m.
  405. Slave, servant
    servus, servī m.
  406. Sign, token, signal; (military) standard
    signum, signī n.
  407. Wine
    vīnum, vīnī n.
  408. Wound
    vulnus, vulneris n.
  409. To pitch camp
    castra ponere
  410. To kill, destroy
    interficiō, interficere, interfēcī, interfectus
  411. To sing
    canō, canere, cecinī, cantus
  412. To be open, stand open
    pateō, patēre, patuī
  413. To persuade
    persuādeō, persuādēre, persuāsī, persuāsus (+dat.)
  414. To wound
    vulnerō, vulnerāre, vulnerāvī, vulnerātus
  415. To try, attempt; test, prove
    temptō, temptāre, temptāvī, temptātus
  416. Although
    quamquam
  417. Citizen
    *cīvis, cīvis m. or f.
  418. Pain, sorrow
    dolor, dolōris m.
  419. Horse
    equus, equī m.
  420. Ground, earth
    humus, humī f.
  421. Gaul
    Gallia, Galliae f.
  422. Work, labor, effort; hardship
    labor, labōris m.
  423. Praise
    laus, laudis f.
  424. Breast, chest; heart
    pectus, pectoris n.
  425. Danger
    perīculum, perīculī n.
  426. Battle
    proelium, proeliī n.
  427. Province
    prōvincia, prōvinciae f.
  428. The country(side)
    rūs, rūris n.
  429. To found, build, establish
    condō, condere, condidī, conditus
  430. To break, shatter, wreck
    frangō, frangere, frēgī, frāctus
  431. To set fire to, burn; inflame
    incendō, incendere, incendī, incēnsus
  432. To prohibit, keep from – to keep someone (acc) from something (abl – separation)
    prohibeō, prohibēre, prohibuī, prohibitus
  433. To avoid
    vītō, vītāre, vītāvī, vītātus
  434. Even, calm, equal
    aequus, aequa, aequum
  435. The rest, the others
    cēterī, cēterae, cētera
  436. Worthy; worth, fitting
    dignus, digna, dignum
  437. Unworthy; undeserved; shameful
    indignus, indigna, indignum
  438. His, her, its, their own
    suus, sua, suum
  439. Around
    circum/circa (+acc)
  440. Over, above, on (top of)
    super (+acc)

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