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  1. me, myself
  2. nihil
    nothing
  3. amō, amāre, amāvī, amātum
    to love, like
  4. cōgitō, cōgitāre, cōgitāvī, cōgitātum
    to think, ponder, consider, plan
  5. dō, dare, dedī, datum
    to give, offer
  6. laudō, laudāre, laudāvī, laudātum
    to praise
  7. salveō, salvēre
    to be well, be in good health
  8. servō, servāre, servāvī, servātum
    to preserve, save, keep, guard
  9. terreō, terrēre, terruī, territum
    to frighten, terrify
  10. valē, valēte
    good-bye, farewell
  11. vocō, vocāre, vocāvī,vocātum
    to call, summon
  12. quid
    what
  13. nōn
    not
  14. if
  15. amābō tē
    please
  16. dḗbeō, dēbḗre, dḗbuī, dḗbitum
    to owe; ought, must, should
  17. errō, errāre, errāvī, errātum
    to wander; err, go astray; make a mistake, be mistaken
  18. moneō, monēre, monuī, monitum
    to remind, advise, warn
  19. salvē, salvēte
    hello, greetings
  20. cōnservō, cōnservāre, cōnservāvī, cōnservātum
    to preserve, conserve, maintain
  21. valeō, valēre, valuī, valitūrum
    to be strong, have power; be well
  22. videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum
    to see; observe, understand
  23. fāma, fāmae (f)
    rumor, report; fame, reputation
  24. fortūna, fortūnae (f)
    fortune, luck
  25. nauta, nautae (m)
    sailor
  26. pecūnia, pecūniae (f)
    money
  27. poena, poenae (f)
    penalty, punishment
  28. poēta, poētae (m)
    poet
  29. puella, puellae (f)
    girl
  30. sententia, sententiae (f)
    feeling, thought, opinion, vote, sentence
  31. antīqua, antīquae
    ancient, old-time
  32. mea, meae
    my
  33. tua, tuae
    your (sing.)
  34. et . . . et
    both . . . and
  35. Ō
    o!, oh!
  36. est
    is
  37. fōrma, fōrmae (f)
    form, shape; beauty
  38. īra, īrae (f)
    ire, anger
  39. patria, patriae (f)
    fatherland, native land, (one's) country
  40. philosophia, philosophiae (f)
    philosophy
  41. poenās dare
    to pay the penalty
  42. porta, portae (f)
    gate, entrance
  43. rosa, rosae (f)
    rose
  44. vīta, vītae (f)
    life; mode of life
  45. magna, magnae
    large, great; important
  46. multa, multae
    much, many
  47. et
    and; even
  48. sed
    but
  49. sine (+abl.)
    without
  50. ager, agrī (m)
    field, farm
  51. amīca, amīcae (f)
    friend (female)
  52. fēmina, fēminae (f)
    woman
  53. fīlius, fīliī (m)
    son
  54. populus, populī (m)
    the people, a people, a nation
  55. sapientia, sapientiae (f)
    wisdom
  56. avārus (m), avāra (f)
    greedy, avaricious
  57. Rōmānus (m), Rōmāna (f)
    Roman
  58. in (+abl.)
    in, on
  59. semper
    always
  60. satiō, satiāre, satiāvī, satiātum
    to satisfy, sate
  61. agricola, agricolae (m)
    farmer
  62. amīcus, amīcī (m)
    friend (male)
  63. fīlia, fīliae (f)
    daughter
  64. numerus, numerī (m)
    number
  65. puer, puerī (m)
    boy; boys, children (pl.)
  66. vir, virī (m)
    man, hero
  67. paucī (m), paucae (f)
    few, a few
  68. dē (+abl.)
    down from, from; concerning, about
  69. hodiē
    today
  70. habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum
    to have, hold, possess; consider, regard

  71. bāsium, bāsiī (n)
    kiss
  72. cōnsilium, cōnsiliī (n)
    plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgment, wisdom

  73. dōnum, dōnī (n)
    gift, present
  74. magister, magistrī (m)
    schoolmaster, teacher, master
  75. mora, morae (f)
    delay
  76. oculus, oculī (m)
    eye
  77. ōtium, ōtiī (n)
    leisure, peace
  78. remedium, remediī (n)
    cure, remedy
  79. bonus, bona, bonum
    good, kind
  80. malus, mala, malum
    bad, wicked, evil
  81. stultus, stulta, stultum
    foolish
  82. vērus, vēra, vērum
    true, real, proper
  83. adiuvō, adiuvāre, adiūvī, adiūtum
    to help, aid, assist; to please
  84. bellum, bellī (n)
    war
  85. cūra, cūrae (f)
    care, attention, caution, anxiety
  86. exitium, exitiī (n)
    destruction, ruin
  87. magistra, magistrae (f)
    schoolmistress, teacher, mistress
  88. nihil
    nothing
  89. officium, officiī (n)
    duty, service
  90. perīculum, perīculī (n)
    danger, risk
  91. bellus, bella, bellum
    pretty, handsome, charming
  92. hūmānus, hūmāna, hūmānum
    pertaining to man, human; humane, kind; refined, cultivated
  93. parvus, parva, parvum
    small, little
  94. stultus, stultī (m)
    a fool
  95. iuvō, iuvāre, iūvī, iūtum
    to help, aid, assist; please
  96. sum, esse, fuī, futūrum
    to be, exist
  97. adulēscentia, adulēscentiae (f)
    youth, young manhood; youthfulness
  98. animī, animōrum (m)
    high spirits, pride, courage
  99. culpa, culpae (f)
    fault, blame
  100. verbum, verbī (n)
    word
  101. līber, lībera, līberum
    free
  102. pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
    beautiful, handsome; fine
  103. igitur
    therefore, consequently
  104. propter (+acc.)
    on account of, because of
  105. héri
    yesterday
  106. sī quandō
    if ever
  107. tum
    then, at that time; thereupon, in the next place
  108. culpō, culpāre, culpāvī, culpātum
    to blame, censure
  109. maneō, manēre, mānsī, mānsum
    to remain, stay, stay behind, abide, continue
  110. animus, animī (m)
    soul, spirit, mind
  111. caelum, caelī (n)
    sky, heaven
  112. glōria, glōriae (f)
    glory, fame
  113. you, yourself (sing.)
  114. noster, nostra, nostrum
    our, ours
  115. sānus, sāna, sānum
    sound, healthy, sane
  116. -ne
    • interrogative suffix attached to the first word of a sentence, typically the verb
    • or another word on which the question hinges, to introduce a question whose answer is uncertain
  117. crās
    tomorrow
  118. quandō
    when
  119. satis
    enough, sufficient (-ly)
  120. cēnō, cēnāre, cēnāvī, cēnātum
    to dine
  121. remaneō, remanēre, remānsī, remānsum
    to remain, stay, stay behind, abide, continue
  122. superō, superāre, superāvī, superātum
    to be above, have the upper hand, surpass; overcome, conquer
  123. dea, deae (f)
    goddess
  124. deus, deī (m)
    god
  125. discipula, discipulae (f)
    learner, pupil, student
  126. discipulus, discipulī (m)
    learner, pupil, student
  127. liber, librī (m)
    book
  128. īnsidiae, īnsidiārum (f)
    ambush, plot, treachery
  129. tyrannus, tyrannī (m)
    absolute ruler, tyrant
  130. vitium, vitiī (n)
    fault, crime, vice
  131. Graecus, Graeca, Graecum
    Greek
  132. Graecus, Graecī (m)
    Greek
  133. perpetuus, perpetua, perpetuum
    perpetual, lasting, uninterrupted, continuous
  134. plēnus, plēna, plēnum
    full, abundant, generous
  135. salvus, salva, salvum
    safe, sound
  136. secundus, secunda, secundum
    second; favorable
  137. vester, vestra, vestrum
    your (pl.)
  138. -que
    and (enclitic conjunction; appended to the second of two words to be joined)
  139. ubi
    where, when
  140. quārē
    because of which thing (lit.); therefore, wherefore, why
  141. possum, posse, potuī
    to be able, can, could, have power
  142. tolerō, tolerāre, tolerāvī, tolerātum
    to bear, endure
  143. amor, amōris (m)
    love
  144. carmen, carminis (n)
    song, poem
  145. cīvitās, cīvitātis (f)
    state, citizenship
  146. corpus, corporis (n)
    body
  147. homō, hominis (m)
    human being, man
  148. labor, labōris (m)
    labor, work, toil; a work, production
  149. littera, litterae (f)
    a letter of the alphabet
  150. litterae, litterārum (f)
    a letter (epistle), literature
  151. mōs, mōris (m)
    habit, custom, manner
  152. mōrēs, mōrum (m)
    habits, morals, character
  153. nōmen, nōminis (n)
    name
  154. pāx, pācis (f)
    peace
  155. rēgīna, rēgīnae (f)
    queen
  156. rēx, rēgis (m)
    king
  157. tempus, temporis (n)
    time; occasion, opportunity
  158. terra, terrae (f)
    earth, ground, land, country
  159. uxor, uxōris (f)
    wife
  160. virgō, virginis (f)
    maiden, virgin
  161. virtūs, virtūtis (f)
    manliness, courage; excellence, character, worth, virtue
  162. novus, nova, novum
    new; strange
  163. post (+acc.)
    after, behind
  164. sub (+abl. w/ verbs of rest or +acc. w/ verbs of motion)
    under, up under, close to, down to/into, to/at the foot of
  165. audeō, audēre, ausus sum
    to dare
  166. necō, necāre, necāvī, necātum
    to murder, kill
  167. Cicerō, Cicerōnis (m)
    (Marcus Tullius) Cicero
  168. cōpia, cōpiae (f)
    abundance, supply
  169. cōpiae, cōpiārum (f)
    supplies, troops, forces
  170. frāter, frātris (m)
    brother
  171. laus, laudis (f)
    praise, glory, fame
  172. lībertās, lībertātis (f)
    liberty
  173. ratiō, ratiōnis (f)
    reckoning, account; reason, judgment, consideration; system; manner, method
  174. scrīptor, scrīptōris (m)
    writer, author
  175. soror, sorōris (f)
    sister
  176. victōria, victōriae (f)
    victory
  177. dum
    while, as long as, at the same time that; until (+subjunctive)
  178. ad (+acc.)
    to, up to, near to
  179. ex , ē (abl.+)
    out of, from, from within; by reason of, on account of; of (following cardinal numerals)
  180. numquam
    never
  181. tamen
    nevertheless, still
  182. agō, agere, ēgī, āctum
    to drive, lead, do, act; pass, spend (life or time)
  183. grātiās agere
    to thank someone; to give thanks to
  184. dēmōnstrō, dēmōnstrāre, dēmōnstrāvī, dēmōnstrātum
    to point out, show, demonstrate
  185. discō, discere, didicī
    to learn
  186. doceō, docēre, docuī, doctum
    to teach
  187. dūcō, dūcere, dūxī, ductum
    to lead; consider, regard; prolong
  188. gerō, gerere, gessī, gestum
    to carry; carry on, manage, conduct, wage, accomplish, perform
  189. scrībō, scrībere, scrīpsī, scrīptum
    to write, compose
  190. trahō, trahere, trāxī, tractum
    to draw, drag; derive, acquire
  191. vincō, vincere, vīcī, victum
    to conquer, overcome
  192. locus, locī (m)
    place; passage in literature
  193. loca, locōrum (n)
    places, region
  194. locī, locōrum (m)
    passages in literature
  195. morbus, morbī (m)
    disease, sickness
  196. studium, studiī (n)
    eagerness, zeal, pursuit, study
  197. hic, haec, hoc
    this; the latter; he, she, it, they
  198. ille, illa, illud
    that; the former; the famous; he, she, it, they
  199. íste, ísta, ístud
    that of yours, that; such (as you have, as you speak of); sometimes with contemptuous force, e.g., that despicable, that wretched
  200. alius, alia, aliud
    other, another
  201. aliī . . . aliī
    some . . . others
  202. alter, altera, alterum
    the other (of two), second
  203. neuter, neutra, neutrum
    not either, neither
  204. nūllus, nūlla, nūllum
    not any, no, none
  205. sōlus, sōla, sōlum
    alone, only, the only
  206. nōn sōlum . . . sed etiam
    not only . . . but also
  207. tōtus, tōta, tōtum
    whole, entire
  208. ūllus, ūlla, ūllum
    any
  209. ūnus, ūna, ūnum
    one, single, alone
  210. uter, utra, utrum
    either, which (of two)
  211. enim
    for, in fact, truly
  212. in (+acc.)
    into, toward; against
  213. nímis, nímium
    too, too much, excessively; (in a positive sense, esp. with adjectives and adverbs) exceedingly, very
  214. amīcitia, amīcitiae (f)
    friendship
  215. cupiditās, cupiditātis (f)
    desire, longing, passion; cupidity, avarice
  216. hōra, hōrae (f)
    hour, time
  217. nātūra, nātūrae (f)
    nature
  218. senectūs, senectūtis (f)
    old age
  219. timor, timōris (m)
    fear
  220. vēritās, vēritātis (f)
    truth
  221. via, viae (f)
    way, road, street
  222. voluptās, voluptātis (f)
    pleasure
  223. beātus, beāta, beātum
    happy, fortunate, blessed
  224. quoniam
    since, inasmuch as
  225. cum (+abl.)
    with
  226. audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītum
    to hear, listen to
  227. capiō, capere, cēpī, captum
    to take, capture, seize, get
  228. dīcō, dīcere, dīxī, dictum
    to say, tell, speak; name, call
  229. faciō, facere, fēcī, factum
    to make, do, accomplish
  230. fugiō, fugere, fūgī, fugitūrum
    to flee, hurry away; escape; go into exile; avoid, shun
  231. veniō, venīre, vēnī, ventum
    to come
  232. inveniō, invenīre, invēnī, inventum
    to come upon, find
  233. vīvō, vīvere, vīxī, vīctum
    to live
  234. caput, capitis (n)
    head; leader; beginning; life;heading; chapter
  235. cōnsul, cōnsulis (m)
    consul
  236. nēmō, nūllīus, nēminī, nēminem, nūllō, nūllā (m or f)
    no one, nobody
  237. ego, meī
    I
  238. tū, tuī
    you (sing.)
  239. is, ea, id
    this, that; he, she, it
  240. īdem, eadem, idem
    the same
  241. amīcus, amīca, amīcum
    friendly
  242. cārus, cāra, cārum
    dear
  243. quod
    because
  244. neque, nec
    and not, nor
  245. neque . . . neque, nec . . . nec
    neither . . . nor
  246. autem
    however; moreover
  247. bene
    well, satisfactorily, quite
  248. etiam
    even
  249. intellegō, intellegere, intellēxī, intellēctum
    to understand
  250. mittō, mittere, mīsī, missum
    to send, let go
  251. sentiō, sentīre, sēnsī, sēnsum
    to feel, perceive, think, experience
  252. adulēscēns, adulēscentis (m or f)
    young man, young woman
  253. annus, annī (m)
    year
  254. Asia, Asiae (f)
    Asia
  255. Caesar, Caesaris (m)
    Caesar
  256. māter, mātris (f)
    mother
  257. medicus, medicī (m)
    doctor, physician (male)
  258. medica, medicae (f)
    doctor, physician (female)
  259. pater, patris (m)
    father
  260. patientia, patientiae (f)
    suffering; patience, endurance
  261. prīncipium, prīncipiī (n)
    beginning
  262. acerbus, acerba, acerbum
    harsh, bitter, grievous
  263. prō (+abl.)
    in front of, before, on behalf of, for the sake of, in return for, instead of, for, as
  264. diū
    long, for a long time
  265. nūper
    recently
  266. āmíttō, āmíttere, āmīsī, āmíssum
    to send away;lose, let go
  267. cadō, cadere, cecidī, cāsūrum
    to fall
  268. creō, creāre, creāvī, creātum
    to create
  269. dīvitiae, dīvitiārum (f. pl.)
    riches, wealth
  270. factum, factī (n)
    deed, act, achievement
  271. signum, signī (n)
    sign, signal, indication; seal
  272. ipse, ipsa, ipsum
    • myself, yourself, himself, herself,
    • itself, themselves, the very, the actual
  273. quisque, quidque, cuiusque, cuique
    each one, each person, each thing
  274. suī
    himself, herself, itself, themselves
  275. suus, sua, suum
    his own, her own, its own, their own
  276. nam
    for
  277. ante (+acc.)
    before (in place or time), in front of; before, previously (adv.)
  278. per (+acc)
    through; by (with reflexive pronoun); thoroughly, very (as a prefix)
  279. ṓlim
    once (upon a time), long ago, formerly; some day, in the future
  280. alō, alere, aluī, altum
    to nourish, support, sustain, increase; cherish
  281. dīligō, dīligere, dīlexī, dīlectum
    to esteem, love
  282. iungō, iungere, iūnxī, iūnctum
    to join
  283. stō, stāre, stetī, statum
    to stand, stand still, stand firm
  284. animal, animālis (n)
    a living creature, animal
  285. aqua, aquae (f)
    water
  286. ars, artis (f)
    art, skill
  287. auris, auris (f)
    ear
  288. cīvis, cīvis (m or f)
    citizen
  289. iūs, iūris (n)
    right, justice, law
  290. mare, maris (n)
    sea
  291. mors, mortis (f)
    death
  292. nūbēs, nūbis (f)
    cloud
  293. ōs, ōris (n)
    mouth, face
  294. pars, partis (f)
    part, share; direction
  295. Rōma, Rōmae (f)
    Rome
  296. turba, turbae (f)
    uproar, disturbance, mob, crowd, multitude
  297. urbs, urbis (f)
    city
  298. vīs, vīs (f)
    force, power, violence
  299. vīrēs, vīrium (f. pl.)
    strength
  300. ab, ā (+abl.)
    away from, from; by
  301. trāns (+acc.)
    across
  302. appellō, appellāre, appellāvī, appellātum
    to speak to, address (as), call, name
  303. currō, currere, cucurrī, cursum
    to run, rush, move quickly
  304. mūtō, mūtāre, mūtāvī, mūtātum
    to change, alter; exchange
  305. teneō, tenēre, tenuī, tentum
    to hold, keep, possess; restrain
  306. vītō, vītāre, vītāvī, vītātum
    to avoid, shun

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