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  1. ab (a) + abl.
    • away from, from; by (preposition)
    • abject, abjure, abnormal, aborigine, absent, abstract
  2. abeo, abire, abii, abitum
    • to go away, depart; to die; to disappear (verb)
    • abient
  3. absens, absentis
    • absent, away (adjective)
    • absent
  4. accedo, accedere, accessi, accessum
    • to come to, approach; to agree (verb)
    • accede, accedence, access
  5. accido, accidere, accidi
    • to fall upon; happen; occur (verb)
    • accident, accidental
  6. accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptum
    • to take, receive; to let in (verb)
    • accept, acceptable, acceptance, acceptant, acceptive
  7. acer, acris, acre
    • sharp, keen, eager, severe (adjective)
    • acerose
  8. acerbus, a, um
    • harsh, bitter, grievous (adjective)
    • acerbity
  9. ad
    • to, near to, toward, at (preposition)
    • addition
  10. adeo, adire, adii, aditum
    • to go to, approach (verb)
    • adient (psych.)
  11. adfero, adferre, attuli, allatum
    • to bring to (verb)
    • afferent
  12. adiuvo, adiuvare, adiuvi, adiutum
    • to help (verb)
    • adjuvant
  13. admitto, admittere, admisi, admissum
    • to admit, receive, let in (verb)
    • admit, admission
  14. adulescens, adulescentis, m.
    • youth; young man (noun)
    • adolescense
  15. adulescentia, adulescentiae, f.
    • youth (noun)
    • adolescence
  16. advenio, advenire, adveni, adventum
    • to come; arrive, reach (verb)
    • advene, advent, adventist
  17. adversus, a, um
    • opposite, adversary (adjective)
    • adverse, adversity
  18. aedificium, aedificii, n.
    • building, structure (noun)
    • edifice, edify
  19. aequus, a, um
    • level, even; calm; equal, just (adjective)
    • equal, equate, equity
  20. aes, aeris, n.
    • bronze (noun)
    • aerose
  21. aestimo, aestimare, aestimavi, aestimatum
    • to consider, esteem; to judge (verb)
    • esteem
  22. aetas, aetatis, f.
    • period, time of life, age (noun)
    • eternal, eternity
  23. aeternus, a, um
    • eternal (adjective)
    • eternal, eternity
  24. affero, afferre, attuli, allatus
    • to bring to; carry; produce (verb)
    • afferent
  25. ager, agri, m.
    • field (noun)
    • acre, agral
  26. aggredior, aggredi, aggressus sum
    • approach, advance; attack; undertake (verb)
    • aggressive, aggressor
  27. ago, agere, egi, actum
    • to drive, lead, do, act; pass, spend (time) (verb)
    • navigate, transaction
  28. ago, agere, egi, actus
    • drive, urge, conduct; deliver (speech) (verb)
    • act, active, agent, agile, agitate
  29. agricola, agricolae, m.
    • farmer (noun)
    • agriculture
  30. alius, alia, aliud
    • other, another (adjective)
    • alias, aliety, else
  31. alo, alere, alui, altum
    • to nourish, support, sustain (verb)
    • altricial
  32. alter, altera, alterum
    • the other (of two); second (adjective)
    • alter, alterate
  33. ambulo, ambulare, ambulavi, ambulatum
    • to walk (verb)
    • ambulation, preambulate
  34. amica, amicae, f.
    • friend (noun)
    • amicable
  35. amicitia, amicitiae, f.
    • friendship (noun)
    • amity
  36. amicus, a, um
    • friendly (adjective)
    • amicable, amity
  37. amicus, amici, m.
    • friend (noun)
    • amicable
  38. amo, amare, amavi, amatum
    • to love, like (verb)
    • amateur, amiable, amity, amicable, amorous
  39. amor, amoris, m.
    • love (noun)
    • amorous
  40. anima, animae, f.
    • soul, spirit (noun)
    • animism, animal
  41. animadverto, animadvertere, animadverti, animadversum
    • pay attention to, attend to; notice, observe (verb)
    • animadversion, animadvert
  42. animal, animalis, n.
    • animal (noun)
    • animal, animalist
  43. animi, animorum, m.
    • pride, high spirits, courage (noun)
    • animated
  44. animus, animi, m.
    • soul, spirit (noun)
    • animate, animist, unanimous
  45. annus, anni, m.
    • year (noun)
    • annual, annuity
  46. ante + acc.
    • before, in front of (preposition)
    • antebellum
  47. antiquus, a, um
    • ancient (adjective)
    • antiquity
  48. aperio, aperire, aperui, apertum
    • uncover, open, disclose (verb)
    • aperture, overt
  49. appareo, apparere, apparui, apparitum
    • appear, show up, occur (verb)
    • apparent, appear
  50. appello, appellare, appellavi, appellatum
    • to call, name (verb)
    • appellation, appellate
  51. aqua, aquae, f.
    • water (noun)
    • aquatic, aquapark
  52. arbitror, arbitrari, arbitratus sum
    • to judge, think (verb)
    • arbiter, arbitrary
  53. arbor, arboris, f.
    • tree (noun)
    • arboral, arborist
  54. argumentum, argumenti, n.
    • proof, evidence, argument (noun)
    • argument, argumentation
  55. arma, armorum, n.
    • arms, weapons (noun)
    • arms, armory, army
  56. ars, artis, f.
    • skill, art (noun)
    • art, artful, artistic, artisan
  57. as, assis, m.
    • an as (ancient coin) (noun)
    • as
  58. asper, aspera, asperum
    • rough, harsh, bitter (adjective)
    • asperity, exasperate
  59. Athenae, Athenarum, f.
    • Athens (noun)
    • Athens
  60. auctor, auctoris, m.
    • author, originator; supporter (noun)
    • author, auctorial, authority
  61. audax, audacis
    • bold, daring; courageous; rash (adjective)
    • audacious
  62. audeo, audere, ausus sum
    • to dare (verb)
    • audacity, audacious
  63. audio, audire, audivi, auditum
    • to hear (verb)
    • audio, audience
  64. auditor, auditoris, m.
    • listener, hearer (noun)
    • auditory
  65. aura, aurae
    • breeze, wind, air; vapor (noun)
    • aura
  66. aureus, a, um
    • golden; gilded; beautiful (adjective)
    • aureate, auric
  67. auris, auris, f.
    • ear (noun)
    • ear (cognate), aural
  68. aurum, auri, n.
    • gold; riches (noun)
    • aureate, auric
  69. auxilium, auxilii, n.
    • aid, help (noun)
    • auxiliary
  70. avarus, a, um
    • greedy, avaricious (adjective)
    • avarice, avaricious
  71. averto, avertere, averti, aversum
    • to avert, turn away (verb)
    • avert, aversion
  72. basium, basii, n.
    • kiss (noun)
    • basiate
  73. beatus, a, um
    • happy, fortunate, blessed (adjective)
    • beatify
  74. bellum, belli, n.
    • war (noun)
    • bellicose, belliferous, rebel, antebellum
  75. bellus, a, um
    • pretty, handsome (adjective)
    • belladonna, beauty, belle
  76. bene
    • well, satisfactorily, quite (adverb)
    • benediction
  77. beneficium, beneficii, n.
    • benefit, kindness, favor (noun)
    • beneficial, beneficiary
  78. bibo, bibere, bibi
    • to drink (verb)
    • imbibe, bibition
  79. bonus, a, um
    • good; kind (adjective)
    • bonus, bonify
  80. brevis, breve
    • short, brief (adjective)
    • breve, brief, brevity
  81. cado, cadere, cecidi, casum
    • to fall (verb)
    • decadence, incident
  82. caecus, a, um
    • blind (adjective)
    • cecity (obsolete)
  83. caelum, caeli, n.
    • heaven, sky (noun)
    • celestial
  84. Caesar, Caesaris, m.
    • Caesar (noun)
    • Kaiser, tsar
  85. calamitas, calamitatis
    • disaster, calamity (noun)
    • calamity, calamitous
  86. campus, campi m.
    • plain, level field, surface (noun)
    • camp, campaign, champion
  87. candidus, a, um
    • shining, bright, white; beautiful (adjective)
    • candid, candidate
  88. cano, canere, cecini, cantum
    • sing, celebrate, chant; recite (verb)
    • cantata, chant, enchant
  89. capio, capere, cepi, captum
    • to capture, take, get (verb)
    • capture, perception
  90. caput, capitis, n.
    • head; leader; beginning (noun)
    • capitulate, capitol
  91. careo, carere, carui, cariturum
    • to be without, lack, be deprived from (verb)
    • carency (obsolete)
  92. carmen, carminis, n.
    • poem, song (noun)
    • charm
  93. carpo, carpere, carpsi, carptum
    • to harvest, pluck, seize (verb)
    • carp, excerpt
  94. Carthago, Carthaginis, f.
    • Carthage (noun)
    • Carthage, Carthaginian
  95. carus, a, um
    • dear (adjective)
    • caress, charity
  96. casa, casae, f.
    • house (noun)
    • casino
  97. casus, casus f.
    • fall, overthrow; chance; accident (noun)
    • case, casual
  98. causa + gen.
    • for the sake of, on account of (preposition)
    • cause, causal, causation
  99. causa, causae, f.
    • cause, reason; case, situation (noun)
    • cause, causal, causation
  100. cedo, cedere, cessi, cessum
    • to go, withdraw; yield to, grant, submit (verb)
    • cease, cession, secede, recede
  101. celer, celeris, celere
    • swift, quick (adjective)
    • celerity
  102. celeritas, celeritatis f.
    • speed, quickness; speed of action, haste (noun)
    • celerity
  103. cella, cellae f.
    • room; storeroom (noun)
    • cell, cellar
  104. celo, celare, celavi, celatum
    • conceal; disguise; keep in the dark (verb)
    • cell, cellar, conceal, occult
  105. cena, cenae, f.
    • dinner (noun)
    • cenacle
  106. ceno, cenare, cenavi, cenatum
    • to dine (verb)
    • cenation, cenacle
  107. centum
    • hundred (adjective)
    • centenial, cent, percent, centipede
  108. cerno, cernere, crevi, cretum
    • to distinguish, discern, perceive (verb)
    • concern, discern
  109. certus, a, um
    • definite, sure, certain (adjective)
    • certain
  110. ceteri, ceterae, cetera
    • the remaining, the rest, the other, all the others (adjective)
    • et cetera
  111. cingo, cingere, cinxi, cinctum
    • to surround, gird; equip (verb)
    • ceinture, precinct
  112. civis, civis, m. & f.
    • citizen (noun)
    • civil, civilian, civic, city
  113. civitas, civitatis, f.
    • state, citizenship (noun)
    • civity, civilian, civilization
  114. clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatum
    • to proclaim, declare; shout out (verb)
    • claim, exclaim, proclaim
  115. clarus, a, um
    • clear, bright; famous, illustrious (adjective)
    • clear, clarity, clarify
  116. clementia, clementiae, f.
    • mercy, mildness, clemency (noun)
    • clemency, clement
  117. cogito, cogitare, cogitavi, cogitatum
    • to think (verb)
    • cogitation, cogitable, precogitate
  118. cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi, cognitum
    • to learn, recognize; know (perf. tenses) (verb)
    • cognition, cognizance
  119. cogo, cogere, coegi, coactum
    • to drive together, bring together, force, compel (verb)
    • coact, cogent
  120. colloquor, colloqui, collocutus sum
    • to speak with; talk over (verb)
    • colloquial, collocution
  121. comes, comitis
    • comrade, companion (noun)
    • comestible, comitatus
  122. committo, committere, commisi, commissum
    • to entrust, commit; join (verb)
    • commit, commission
  123. communis, commune
    • common, general (adjective)
    • common, community
  124. comprehendo, comprehendere, comprehensi, comprehensum
    • to grasp, seize, arrest;comprehend, understand (verb)
    • comprehend, comprehension
  125. condo, condere, condidi, conditum
    • to put together, store; found, establish (verb)
    • condition
  126. confero, conferre, contuli, collatum
    • to bring together, compare; to go (+reflex.) (verb)
    • confer, conference
  127. conficio, conficere, confeci, confectum
    • to make, complete, accomplish; do thoroughly (verb)
    • comfit, confecture, conficient
  128. confiteor, confiteri, confessus sum
    • to confess, admit, acknowledge, reveal (verb)
    • confess, confession, confide
  129. coniunx, coniugis c.
    • spouse; husband, wife (noun)
    • conjugal
  130. coniuratus, coniurati, m.
    • conspirator (noun)
    • conjurate (obsolete)
  131. conor, conari, conatus sum
    • to try, attempt (verb)
    • conation, conatus
  132. conservo, conservare, conservavi, conservatum
    • to preserve, conserve, maintain (verb)
    • conservation, conservative
  133. consilium, consilii, n.
    • plan, purpose; advice (noun)
    • consul, consiliary, counsel
  134. constituo, constituere, constitui, constitutum
    • to set up; locate; decide, resolve; establish (verb)
    • constitute, constitution
  135. consul, consulis, m.
    • consul (noun)
    • consul, consulate
  136. consumo, consumere, consumpsi, consumptum
    • to consume, use up (verb)
    • consume, consumption
  137. contemno, contemnere, contempsi, contemptum
    • to despise, condemn (verb)
    • condemn, condemnation
  138. contendo, contendere, contendi, contentum
    • to strive, struggle, contend; hasten (verb)
    • contend, contention
  139. contineo, continere, continui, contentum
    • to contain (verb)
    • contain, container, content
  140. contra + acc.
    • against (preposition)
    • contrast, contraverse, contraband
  141. contundo, contundere, contudi, contusum
    • to beat, crush, bruise, destroy (verb)
    • contuse, contusion
  142. copia, copiae, f.
    • abundance, supply (noun)
    • copious
  143. copiae, copiarum, f.
    • troops, forces (noun)
    • copious
  144. cornu, cornus, n.
    • horn (noun)
    • cornucopia, corn, cornual, unicorn
  145. corona, coronae f.
    • crown, garland; wealth (noun)
    • crown, coronal
  146. corpus, corporis, n.
    • body (noun)
    • corpse, corporal, corporation, incorporate
  147. cras
    • tomorrow (adverb)
    • procrastinate
  148. credo, credere, credidi, creditum
    • to believe, trust (verb)
    • credible, credence, creed
  149. creo, creare, creavi, creatum
    • to create (verb)
    • create, recreate, creature
  150. cresco, crescere, crevi, cretum
    • to increase (verb)
    • crescent, cresdendo, increase
  151. crudelis, crudele
    • cruel, severe; harsh, bitter (noun)
    • crude, cruel
  152. culpa, culpae, f.
    • fault, blame (noun)
    • culpable, exculpate
  153. culpo, culpare, culpavi, culpatum
    • to blame, censure (verb)
    • culpable, exculpate
  154. cum + abl.
    • with (preposition)
    • vademecum
  155. cum + subj.
    • when, since, although (conjunction)
    • combine, cum laude
  156. cupiditas, cupiditatis, f.
    • desire, longing, passion (noun)
    • cupidity
  157. cupido, cupidinis, f.
    • desire, passion (noun)
    • cupid, cupidinous
  158. cupidus, a, um
    • desirous, eager, fond;desirous of,eager for(+gen.) (adjective)
    • cupid, cupidity
  159. cupio, cupere, cupivi, cupitum
    • to desire, wish, long for (verb)
    • cupid, concupiscence
  160. cura, curae, f.
    • care, attention; love; anxiety (noun)
    • "care, manicure, secure, sinecure (""without care"")"
  161. curo, curare, curavi, curatum
    • to care for, attend to; heal, cure; take care (verb)
    • cure, curator
  162. curro, currere, cucurri, cursum
    • to run, rush (verb)
    • current, concourse
  163. cursus, cursus, m.
    • running, race, course (noun)
    • course, concourse
  164. custodia, custodiae, f.
    • protection, custody; pl., guards (noun)
    • custody
  165. custos, custodis c.
    • to guard, watch; keeperl jailer (noun)
    • custodian
  166. damno, damnare, damnavi, damnatum
    • to condemn, harm; find fault (verb)
    • damn, damnable, indemn
  167. dea, deae, f.
    • goddess (noun)
    • deity, deify
  168. debeo, debere, debui, debitum
    • to owe; ought (verb)
    • debt
  169. decerno, decernere, decrevi, decretum
    • to decree; to separate (verb)
    • decern, decree, dectetion
  170. decorus, a, um
    • beautiful; adorned; proper, noble (adjective)
    • decor, decorate
  171. dedico, dedicare, dedicavi, dedicatum
    • to dedicate (verb)
    • dedicate, dedication
  172. defendo, defendere, defendi, defensum
    • to ward off, defend, protect (verb)
    • defend, defence
  173. defero, deferre, detuli, delatum
    • to carry off; transfer; reduce; offer (verb)
    • defer, deference
  174. delectatio, delectationis, f.
    • delight, pleasure, enjoyment (noun)
    • delight, delectable
  175. delecto, delectare, delectavi, delectatum
    • to delight, charm, please (verb)
    • delight, delectable
  176. deleo, delere, delevi, deletum
    • to destroy, wipe out, erase (verb)
    • delete, delition
  177. deligo, deligere, delegi, delectum
    • to choose, select; enrol (verb)
    • delectus
  178. demens, dementis
    • demented, mad; foolish (adjective)
    • demented, dementia
  179. demonstro, demonstrare, demonstravi, demonstratum
    • to point out, show, demonstrate (verb)
    • demonstrate
  180. desidero, desiderare, desideravi, desideratum
    • to desire, long for, miss (verb)
    • desire, desideratum, desirable
  181. desino, desinere, desivi, desitum
    • to give up; abandon, cease, desist (verb)
    • desition
  182. deterreo, deterrere, deterrui, deterritum
    • to deter; frighten away, discourage (verb)
    • deter, deterrent
  183. deus, dei, m.
    • god (noun)
    • deity
  184. dexter, dextra, dextrum
    • right, right-hand (adjective)
    • dexter, dexterity, ambidexter
  185. dico, dicere, dixi, dictum
    • to say, speak (verb)
    • dictate, diction, dedicate
  186. dies, diei, m.
    • day (noun)
    • day (cognate), diary
  187. differo, differre, distuli, dilatum
    • to differ; delay; disperse (verb)
    • differ, difference
  188. difficilis, difficile
    • difficult (adjective)
    • difficult
  189. digitus, digiti, m.
    • finger, toe (noun)
    • digit, digital
  190. dignitas, dignitatis, f.
    • merit, prestige, dignity (noun)
    • dignity
  191. dignus, a, um + abl.
    • worthy, worthy of (adjective)
    • dignity, dignify
  192. diligens, diligentis
    • diligent, careful (adjective)
    • diligence, diligent
  193. diligentia, diligentiae f.
    • diligencee, care; frugality (noun)
    • diligence, diligent
  194. diligo, diligere, dilexi, dilectum
    • to esteem, love (verb)
    • delight, predelection, delectable
  195. discedo, discedere, discessi, discessum
    • to go away, depart (verb)
    • decease, discess, discession
  196. discipula, discipulae, f.
    • student (female) (noun)
    • disciple, discipline
  197. discipulus, discipuli, m.
    • student (noun)
    • disciple, discipline
  198. disco, discere, didici
    • to teach (verb)
    • disciple
  199. dissimilis, dissimile
    • unlike, different, dissimilar (adjective)
    • dissimilar
  200. dives, divitis (ditis)
    • rich (adjective)
    • divitism
  201. divitiae, divitiarum, f.
    • wealth, riches (noun)
    • divitiate (obsolete)
  202. do, dare, dedi, datum
    • to give (verb)
    • data, dative, donate
  203. doceo, docere, docui, doctum
    • to teach (verb)
    • docile, doctor
  204. doctus, a, um
    • taught, learned, skilled (adjective)
    • doctor, docile
  205. doleo, dolere, dolui, doliturum
    • to grieve, suffer; hurt, give pain (verb)
    • dolent, indolence, condole
  206. dolor, doloris, m.
    • pain, grief (noun)
    • dolor, dolorous
  207. domi
    • at home (adverb)
    • domestic
  208. domina, dominae, f.
    • mistress, lady (noun)
    • dominate, dominant
  209. dominus, domini, m.
    • master, lord (noun)
    • dominate, dominant
  210. domo
    • from home (adverb)
    • domestic
  211. domum
    • to home (adverb)
    • domestic
  212. domus, domus, f.
    • house, home (noun)
    • domestic
  213. donum, doni, n.
    • gift (noun)
    • donate, doniferous
  214. dormio, dormire, dormivi, dormitum
    • to sleep (verb)
    • dormitory, dormant
  215. dubito, dubitare, dubitavi, dubitatum
    • to doubt, hesitate (verb)
    • doubt, dubitable
  216. dubium, dubii n
    • doubt, question (noun)
    • dubious, doubt
  217. dubius, a, um
    • doubtful, dubious, uncertain (adjective)
    • dubious, doubt
  218. duco, ducere, duxi, ductum
    • to lead; consider, regard (verb)
    • duct, induce, produce
  219. dulcis, dulce
    • sweet, pleasant, agreeable (adjective)
    • dulcify
  220. duo, duae, duo
    • two (adjective)
    • two (cognate)
  221. durus, a, um
    • hard, harsh, rough, stern, unfeeling (adjective)
    • durable, perdure
  222. dux, ducis, m.
    • leader, guide, commander, general (noun)
    • duke, doge, ducal
  223. educo, educare, educavi, educatum
    • to bring up, educate; bring out (verb)
    • educate
  224. effero, efferre, extuli, elatum
    • to carry out; bring out; raise (verb)
    • elate, elation
  225. egeo, egere, egui + abl.
    • to need, lack, want (verb)
    • egence (rare)
  226. ego, mei
    • I (pronoun)
    • ego, egotistic
  227. egredior, egredi, egressus sum
    • to go out (verb)
    • egress, egredient (obsolete)
  228. elephantus, elephanti, m.
    • elephant (noun)
    • elephant, elephantine
  229. emo, emere, emi, emptum
    • to buy; gain, obtain (verb)
    • emptor, emporium, emptitious (obsolete)
  230. eo, ire, ivi (ii), itum
    • to go (verb)
    • exit, circuit
  231. equus, equi, m.
    • horse (noun)
    • equestrian, equine
  232. eripio, eripere, eripui, ereptum
    • to snatch away, take away; rescue (verb)
    • ereption
  233. erro, errare, erravi, erratum
    • to wander, err, go astray (verb)
    • error, erroneous
  234. est
    • is (verb)
    • essence
  235. et
    • and (conjunction)
    • "et cetera (""and so on"")"
  236. ex (e) +abl.
    • out of, from; on account of (preposition)
    • excavate, exit
  237. excipio, excipere, excepi, exceptum
    • to take out, except; take, receive, capture (verb)
    • except, excipient (obsolete)
  238. exemplar, exemplaris n.
    • model, pattern, example; copy (noun)
    • exemplar, example
  239. exemplum, exempli n/
    • sample, specimen, representative; model (noun)
    • example
  240. exeo, exire, exii, exitum
    • to go out, exit (verb)
    • exit
  241. exercitus, exercitus, m.
    • army (noun)
    • exercise, exercite (obsolete)
  242. exigo, exigere, exegi, exactum
    • to drive out, force out; exact; complete, perfect (verb)
    • exact, exigent, exiguous
  243. exiguus, a, um
    • small; meager; poor (adjective)
    • exiguous, exiguity
  244. exitium, exitii, n.
    • destruction, ruin (noun)
    • exit
  245. exorior, exoriri, exortus sum
    • to come out; bring; appear; rise (verb)
    • exortion
  246. expello, expellere, expuli, expulsum
    • to drive out, expel, banish (verb)
    • expell
  247. experior, experiri, expertus sum
    • to try, test, experience (verb)
    • experience, expert
  248. expleo, explere, explevi, expletum
    • to fill, fill up, complete (verb)
    • expletory
  249. explico, explicare, explicavi, explicatum
    • to unfold, explain; spread out, deploy (verb)
    • explicate
  250. expono, exponere, exposui, expositum
    • to set forth, explain, expose (verb)
    • expose, exponible, exponent
  251. exsilium, exsilii, n.
    • exile, banishment (noun)
    • exile
  252. exspecto, exspectare, exspectavi, exspectatum
    • to look for, expect, await (verb)
    • expect
  253. fabula, fabulae, f.
    • story, tale, fable (noun)
    • fable, fabulist, fabular
  254. facile
    • easily (adverb)
    • facile, facility, facilitate
  255. facilis, facile
    • easy, agreeable (adjective)
    • facile, facility, facilitate
  256. facio, facere, feci, factum
    • to make, do, accomplish (verb)
    • facsimile, fact
  257. factum, facti, n.
    • deed, act (noun)
    • fact
  258. fama, famae, f.
    • rumor, report; fame; reputation (noun)
    • fame, famouse
  259. familia, familiae, f.
    • family, household (noun)
    • family, familiar
  260. fateor, fateri, fassus sum
    • to confess, admit (verb)
    • fassion (obsolete), profess, confess
  261. fatigo, fatigare, fatigavi, fatigatum
    • to weary, tire out (verb)
    • fatigue
  262. fatum, fati, n.
    • fate, death (noun)
    • fate, fatal
  263. faveo, favere, favi, fautum
    • to favor, befriend, support, back up (verb)
    • favor, favorable
  264. felix, felicis
    • lucky, fortunate, happy (adjective)
    • felicity, felicitate
  265. femina, feminae, f.
    • woman (noun)
    • feminine, effeminate, female
  266. fenestra, fenestrae, f.
    • window (noun)
    • fenestral (obsolete), defenestrate
  267. fero, ferre, tuli, latum
    • to bear, carry, bring; suffer, endure; say, report (verb)
    • refer, defer, confer
  268. ferox, ferocis
    • fierce, savage (adjective)
    • ferocious, ferocity
  269. ferrum, ferri, n.
    • iron; sword (noun)
    • ferreous
  270. fidelis, fidele
    • faithful, loyal (adjective)
    • fidelity, infidel
  271. fides, fidei, f.
    • faith, trust, fidelity, promise, guarantee (noun)
    • fidelity, fideist, bona fide
  272. figura, figurae f.
    • shape, form, figure, image; beauty (noun)
    • fugure, transfigure, configuration
  273. filia, filiae, f.
    • daughter (noun)
    • filial, filicide
  274. filius, filii, m.
    • son (noun)
    • filiety, filial
  275. fines, finium, m.
    • boundaries, territory (noun)
    • finish, finite, infinity
  276. finis, finis, m.
    • end, limit, boundary, purpose (noun)
    • finish, finite
  277. fio, fieri, factus sum
    • to occur, happen, become; be made, be done (verb)
    • fiat
  278. firmus, a, um
    • firm, strong, reliable (adjective)
    • firm, affirm
  279. flamma, flammae f.
    • flame, blaze; ardor; object of love; (noun)
    • flame, flammable
  280. flumen, fluminis, n.
    • river (noun)
    • flume, fluminal (obsolete)
  281. fluo, fluere, fluxi, fluxum
    • to flow (verb)
    • fluxm fluid, affluent, influx
  282. foedus, foederis n.
    • treaty, agreement, contract; league (noun)
    • federation, federal
  283. for, fari, fatus sum
    • to speak, talk, foretell (verb)
    • confess, facundity
  284. foris
    • outdoors, outside (adverb)
    • forum
  285. forma, formae, f.
    • form, shape, beauty (noun)
    • form, formation, conform, formose
  286. fortis, forte
    • strong, brave (adjective)
    • force, fortify
  287. fortuna, fortunae, f.
    • fortune, luck (noun)
    • fortune
  288. fortunatus, a, um
    • fortunate (adjective)
    • fortune, fortunate
  289. forum, fori, n.
    • marketplace, forum (noun)
    • forum
  290. foveo, fovere, fovi, fotum
    • to cherish (verb)
    • fovent, foment
  291. frater, fratris, m.
    • brother (noun)
    • fraternity, friar, fraternal, fraternize, fratricide
  292. frigidus, a, um
    • cold, cool, chilly, frigid; lifeless (adjective)
    • fridgid
  293. fructus, fructus, m.
    • fruit (noun)
    • fruit, fructify
  294. fuga, fugae f.
    • flight; escape; exhile (noun)
    • fugitive
  295. fugio, fugere, fugi, fugiturum
    • to flee, hurry away (verb)
    • fugitive, refuge
  296. fulgeo, fulgere, fulsi
    • to flash, shine; glow, gleam (verb)
    • fulgent, fulgently
  297. fulgor, fulgoris n.
    • lightening, flash; brightness, glory (noun)
    • fulgour (obsolete), fulgorous
  298. furtim
    • stealthily, secretly (adverb)
    • furtive
  299. gaudeo, gaudere, gavisus sum
    • to be glad, rejoice (verb)
    • gaudibund (obsolete)
  300. gaudium, gaudii n.
    • joy (noun)
    • gaudy, gaudious (obsolete)
  301. geminus, a, um
    • twin (adjective)
    • geminate, gemination
  302. gens, gentis, f.
    • clan, race, nation, people (noun)
    • generation
  303. genu, genus, n.
    • knee (noun)
    • genual, genuflect, knee (cognate)
  304. genus, generis, n.
    • origin, kind, sort, class (noun)
    • generic, generate
  305. gero, gerere, gessi, gestum
    • to carry, manage, conduct; accomplish (verb)
    • belligerant, gesture, suggest
  306. gladius, gladii m.
    • sword (noun)
    • gladiolus, gladiator
  307. gloria, gloriae, f.
    • glory, fame (noun)
    • glory, glorify
  308. gracilis, gracile
    • slender, thin; poor (adjective)
    • grace
  309. gradior, gradi, gressus sum
    • to walk, go, advance (verb)
    • gradient, digress
  310. gratus, a, um
    • pleasing, agreeable; grateful (adjective)
    • grace, gratify, gratitude
  311. gravis, grave
    • heavy, serious, important, grievous (adjective)
    • grave, gravity, aggreviate
  312. habeo, habere, habui, habitum
    • to have, hold, possess (verb)
    • habit, have (cognate)
  313. hasta, hastae, f.
    • spear (noun)
    • hastiform, hastile (botany)
  314. hic, haec, hoc
    • this (adjective)
    • haeceity
  315. hodie
    • today (adverb)
    • hodiern
  316. homo, hominis, m.
    • man, human (noun)
    • homicide, hominoid
  317. honestus, a, um
    • distinguished, reputable, respected; worthy (adjective)
    • honest, honesty
  318. honor, honoris, m.
    • honor, esteem; public office (noun)
    • honor, honorable
  319. hora, horae, f.
    • hour (noun)
    • hour
  320. horridus, a, um
    • wild, frightful, rough; unkempt (adjective)
    • horrid, horridly, horrify
  321. hortor, hortari, hortatus sum
    • to encourage, urge (verb)
    • exhort, exhortation
  322. hospes, hospitis m.
    • host; guest, visitor, stranger (noun)
    • host, hospitable
  323. hostis, hostis, m.
    • an enemy; pl., the enemy (noun)
    • host, hosticide, hostile
  324. humanus, a, um
    • human (adjective)
    • human, humanist
  325. humilis, humile
    • lowly, humble (adjective)
    • humility, humiliate
  326. humus, humi, f.
    • ground, earth, soil (noun)
    • humble, exhume, posthumous
  327. iaceo, iacere, iacui
    • to lie, lie prostrate, lie dead (verb)
    • adjacent
  328. iacio, iacere, ieci, iactum
    • to throw, hurl (verb)
    • eject
  329. ianua, ianuae, f.
    • door (noun)
    • janitor
  330. ibi
    • there (adverb)
    • ibidem
  331. idem, eadem, idem
    • the same (adjective)
    • identity, identify, identical
  332. idoneus, a, um
    • suitable, fit, appropriate (adjective)
    • idoneity
  333. ignis, ignis, m.
    • fire (noun)
    • ignite, ignition
  334. ignosco, ignoscere, ignovi, ignotum + dat.
    • to grant pardon to, forgive (verb)
    • ignoscible (obsolete)
  335. ille, illa, illud
    • that (adjective)
    • illeism
  336. immortalis, immortale
    • immortal (adjective)
    • immortal, immortality
  337. impedio, impedire, impedivi, impeditum
    • to impede, hinder, prevent (verb)
    • impede
  338. imperator, imperatoris, m.
    • general, commander-in-chief (noun)
    • emperator
  339. imperium, imperii, n.
    • power to command, authority, command, control (noun)
    • empire, emperor
  340. impero, imperare, imperavi, imperatum + dat.
    • to give orders to, command (verb)
    • imperative, emperor
  341. impius, a, um
    • wicked, impious, irreverent (adjective)
    • impious, impiety
  342. impleo, implere, implevi, impletum
    • to fill up, satisfy; finish (verb)
    • implement, implete
  343. in + abl.
    • in, on (preposition)
    • in (cognate)
  344. in + acc.
    • into, toward; against (preposition)
    • introduce, impose
  345. incertus, a, um
    • uncertain, doubtful (adjective)
    • uncertain
  346. incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum
    • to begin (verb)
    • inception, incipient
  347. incola, incolae m.
    • inhabitant (noun)
    • incolary (obsolete)
  348. incolo, incolere, incolui
    • to live, dwell; to inhabit (verb)
    • incolant (obsolete)
  349. indignus, a, um
    • unworthy, undeserving, shameful (noun)
    • indignity, indignant
  350. ineo, inire, inii, initum
    • to go in, enter (verb)
    • inition (rare)
  351. infelix, infelicis
    • unfortunate, unhappy, wretched (adjective)
    • infelicity
  352. infero, inferre, intuli, inlatum
    • bring in, import; inflict (verb)
    • infer, inferrance
  353. infirmus, a, um
    • not strong, weak, feeble (adjective)
    • infirmity
  354. ingenium, ingenii, n.
    • nature, innate talent (noun)
    • ingenious, ingenuity
  355. ingens, ingentis
    • huge (adjective)
    • ingent (obsolete)
  356. ingredior, ingredi, ingressus sum
    • advance, walk; enter, go into; begin (verb)
    • ingress, ingredient, ingressive
  357. inimicitia, inimicitiae f.
    • unfriendliness, enmity, hostility (noun)
    • enmity, inimicable
  358. inimicus, a, um
    • enemy, foe (adjective)
    • enemy, inimicable
  359. initium, initii, n.
    • beginning, commencement (noun)
    • initial, initiation
  360. iniuria, iniuriae, f.
    • injustice, injury, wrong (noun)
    • injury
  361. insidiae, insidiarum, f.
    • ambush, plot, treachery (noun)
    • insidiary, insidious
  362. instituo, instituere, institui, institutum
    • to set up, establish, make, institute; build (verb)
    • institute
  363. insula, insulae, f.
    • island (noun)
    • isle, insular, insulate
  364. intellego, intellegere, intellexi, intellectum
    • to understand (verb)
    • intelligent
  365. intendo, intendere, intendi, intentum
    • to hold out; stretch, strain, exert (verb)
    • intend, intensive
  366. inter + acc.
    • between, among (preposition)
    • intermission, interstate
  367. interest, interesse, interfuit
    • it concerns, it interests (verb)
    • interest
  368. interficio, interficere, interfeci, interfectum
    • to kill, murder (verb)
    • interfection (rare)
  369. invado, invadere, invasi, invasum
    • enter, attempt; invade (verb)
    • invade, invasion
  370. invenio, invenire, inveni, inventum
    • to come upon, find (verb)
    • invent
  371. invideo, invidere, invidi, invisum
    • to look at with envy, envy, be jealous of (verb)
    • invidious
  372. invidia, invidiae, f.
    • envy, jealousy, hatred (noun)
    • invidious
  373. invito, invitare, invitavi, invitatum
    • to invite, summon (verb)
    • invite
  374. ipse, ipsa, ipsum
    • -self (intensive) (pronoun)
    • ipseity, solipsism
  375. ira, irae, f.
    • anger, ire (noun)
    • irate, ire
  376. iratus, a, um
    • angry (adjective)
    • ire, irate
  377. iter, itineris, n.
    • road, route, journey (noun)
    • itinerary
  378. iterum
    • again (adverb)
    • iterate
  379. iubeo, iubere, iussi, iussum
    • to bid, order, command (verb)
    • jussive
  380. iucundus, a, um
    • pleasant, delightful, agreeable (adjective)
    • jucund (obsolete)
  381. iudex, iudicis, m.
    • judge, juror (noun)
    • judge, judicial
  382. iudicium, iudicii, n.
    • judgement, decision, opinion; trial (noun)
    • judgement, judiciary
  383. iungo, iungere, iunxi, iunctum
    • to join (verb)
    • join, junction, yoke (cognate)
  384. ius, iuris, n.
    • right, justice, law (noun)
    • just, justice, juror
  385. iussum, iussi n.
    • command, order (noun)
    • jussive
  386. iustus, a, um
    • just, right (adjective)
    • just, justify
  387. iuvo, iuvare, iuvi, iutum
    • to help (verb)
    • juvate
  388. labor, labi, lapsus sum
    • slip, slip and fall; slide (verb)
    • lapse, collapse
  389. labor, laboris, m.
    • work, labor (noun)
    • labor
  390. laboro, laborare, laboravi, laboratum
    • to labor, be in distress (verb)
    • labor, laborious, labouring
  391. lacrima, lacrimae, f.
    • tear (noun)
    • lachrymose, lachrymal
  392. laetus, a, um
    • happy, cheerful (adjective)
    • laetable (obsolete)
  393. Latinus, a, um
    • Latin (adjective)
    • Latin, latinize
  394. laudo, laudare, laudavi, laudatum
    • to praise (verb)
    • laudatory, laudable, laudify
  395. laus, laudis, f.
    • praise (noun)
    • laudify
  396. lector, lectoris, m.
    • reader (noun)
    • lector, lectorate
  397. lectrix, lectricis, f.
    • reader (female) (noun)
    • lectrice, lectorate
  398. legatus, legati m.
    • legate, envoy (noun)
    • legate, delegate
  399. lego, legere, legi, lectum
    • to pick out, choose; read (verb)
    • lectore, legate, collect
  400. levis, leve
    • light, slight, easy, trivial (adjective)
    • levity, alleve, relieve
  401. lex, legis, f.
    • law, statute (noun)
    • legislation, legal
  402. libellus, libelli, m.
    • little book (noun)
    • libel
  403. liber, libera, liberum
    • free (adjective)
    • liberty, liberate
  404. liber, libri, m.
    • book (noun)
    • library
  405. liberalis, liberale
    • relating to a free person, decent, generous (adjective)
    • liberal, liberate
  406. libero, liberare, liberavi, liberatum
    • to free, liberate (verb)
    • liberate, liberty, liberal
  407. libertas, libertatis, f.
    • liberty, freedom (noun)
    • liberty, liberal
  408. libo, libare, libavi, libatum
    • to pour a libation; to pour ritually; to sip (verb)
    • libation
  409. licet, licere, licuit
    • it is permitted, one may (verb)
    • videlicet, scilicet
  410. limen, liminis, n.
    • threshold (noun)
    • preliminary, eliminate, sublime
  411. lingua, linguae, f.
    • tongue; language (noun)
    • language, linguist
  412. littera, litterae, f.
    • letter (of alphabet) (noun)
    • letter, literature. Literate
  413. litterae, litterarum, f.
    • letter, literature (noun)
    • literature
  414. litus, litoris, n.
    • shore, coast (noun)
    • littoral
  415. loca, locorum, n.
    • places, region (noun)
    • local, locality, localize
  416. locus, loci, m.
    • place; passage (in literature) (noun)
    • local, locality, localize
  417. longus, a, um
    • long; a long period of time (adjective)
    • long, longevity, prolongate
  418. loquor, loqui, locutus sum
    • to say, speak, tell (verb)
    • locution, eloquent
  419. ludus, ludi, m.
    • game, sport; school (noun)
    • prelude, interlude
  420. lumen, luminis n.
    • light (noun)
    • luminous
  421. luna, lunae, f.
    • moon (noun)
    • lunar, lunatic
  422. lux, lucis, f.
    • light; daylight (noun)
    • Lucifer, lucific
  423. magister, magistri, m.
    • teacher (male) (noun)
    • master, magisterial, magistricide
  424. magistra, magistrae, f.
    • teacher (female) (noun)
    • master, magisterial, magistricide
  425. magnanimus, a, um
    • great-hearted, brave, magnanimous (adjective)
    • magnanimous
  426. magnus, a, um
    • great, large (adjective)
    • magnate, magnify
  427. maior, maius
    • greater, older (adjective)
    • major, mayor, majority, majorat
  428. maiores, maiorum
    • ancestors (noun)
    • majority (as in 'join the majority', to die)
  429. male
    • badly (adverb)
    • malefact, malpractice, malevolent
  430. malus, a, um
    • bad, wicked, evil (adjective)
    • malfunction, dismal
  431. maneo, manere, mansi, mansum
    • to remain, stay (verb)
    • remain, manor, permanent
  432. manus, manus, f.
    • hand; team, band of soldiers (noun)
    • manual, manuscript, manipulate
  433. mare, maris, n.
    • sea (noun)
    • marine, maritime
  434. mater, matris, m.
    • mother (noun)
    • mother (cognate), maternal, maternity
  435. maximus, a, um
    • greatest (adjective)
    • maximum, maximize
  436. medica, medicae, f.
    • doctor (noun)
    • medic, medicine, medicate
  437. medicus, medici, m.
    • doctor (noun)
    • medic, medicine, medicate
  438. mediocris, mediocre
    • ordinary, moderate, mediocre (adjective)
    • mediocre, mediocrity
  439. medius, a, um
    • middle (adjective)
    • media, medium, middle, mediate
  440. melior, melius
    • better (adjective)
    • meliorism, meliorate, ameliorate
  441. memini, meminisse
    • to remember (verb)
    • memento
  442. memor, memoris
    • rememgering, mindful (adjective)
    • memoral, memory, remember
  443. memoria, memoriae, f.
    • memory (noun)
    • memory, memorial
  444. mens, mentis, f.
    • mind, thought; intention (noun)
    • mental, mentality
  445. mensa, mensae, f.
    • table (noun)
    • mensa (ecclesiastic), commensal
  446. merus, a, um
    • pure, undiluted (adjective)
    • mere
  447. meta, metae, f.
    • turning post, goal (noun)
    • mete
  448. metus, metus, m.
    • fear, anxiety (noun)
    • meticulous
  449. meus, a, um
    • my (adjective)
    • my (cognate)
  450. miles, militis, m.
    • soldier (noun)
    • military, militia, militant
  451. mille, milia
    • thousand (adjective)
    • millenium, millepede
  452. minimus, a, um
    • smallest, least (adjective)
    • minimum, minimize
  453. minor, minus
    • smaller, less (adjective)
    • minor, minority
  454. minuo, minuere, minui, minutum
    • to lessen, diminish (verb)
    • minute, diminish, minution
  455. mirabilis, mirabile
    • amazing, wondrous, remarkable (adjective)
    • mirabilia, marvel
  456. miror, mirari, miratus sum
    • to marvel at, admire, wonder (verb)
    • mirror, admire, miracle
  457. misceo, miscere, miscui, mixtum
    • to mix (verb)
    • miscellaneous, mix, promiscuous
  458. miser, misera, miserum
    • miserable, wretched (adjective)
    • miser, miserable, misery
  459. misereor, misereri, miseritus sum
    • to pity, feel sorry for; view with compassion (verb)
    • misery, commiserate
  460. miseret, miserere, miserit
    • it distresses/grieves me (verb)
    • misery, commiserate
  461. mitto, mittere, misi, missum
    • to send (verb)
    • mission, transmit
  462. modus, modi, m.
    • measure, bound, limit; manner, method, mode (noun)
    • mode, modal, accommodate
  463. moenia, moenium, n.
    • city walls, ramparts (noun)
    • munition, munite (obsolete)
  464. molior, moliri, molitus sum
    • to work at, build, undertake, plan (verb)
    • molition, amolition (obsolete)
  465. mollio, mollire, mollivi, mollitum
    • to soften; make calm (verb)
    • mollient, molliable (obsolete)
  466. moneo, monere, monui, monitum
    • to warn, advise (verb)
    • admonish, monitor
  467. mons, montis, m.
    • mountain (noun)
    • mountain, mountiform
  468. monstro, monstrare, monstravi, monstratum
    • to show; point out, reveal; advise, teach (verb)
    • monster, monstrate, demonstrate
  469. monumentum, monumenti, n.
    • monument (noun)
    • monument, monumental
  470. mora, morae, f.
    • delay (noun)
    • moratory
  471. morbus, morbi, m.
    • disease, illness (noun)
    • morbid
  472. morior, mori, mortuus sum
    • to die (verb)
    • morient, commorient
  473. moror, morari, moratus sum
    • to delay; stay, stay behind; devote attention to (verb)
    • demur, immoration (obsolete)
  474. mors, mortis, f.
    • death (noun)
    • mortal, mortify, mortician
  475. mortalis, mortale
    • mortal (adjective)
    • mortal, mortality
  476. mortuus, a, um
    • dead (adjective)
    • mortal
  477. mos, moris, m.
    • habit, custom, manner; pl., character (noun)
    • moral
  478. moveo, movere, movi, motum
    • to move; affect (verb)
    • move, motion, motive, motivation
  479. mulier, mulieris, f.
    • woman (noun)
    • mulierous
  480. multum
    • much (adverb)
    • multi-purpose
  481. multus, a, um
    • much, many (adjective)
    • multeity, multiplex
  482. mundus, mundi, m.
    • world, universe (noun)
    • mundane
  483. munio, munire, munivi, munitum
    • to fortify; strengthen; protect, defend; build (verb)
    • munition, munify
  484. muto, mutare, mutavi, mutatum
    • to change, alter, exchange (verb)
    • mutate
  485. narro, narrare, narravi, narratum
    • to tell, report; narrate (verb)
    • narrator, narrative
  486. nascor, nasci, natus sum
    • to be born; spring forth, arise (verb)
    • nation, renascent, enascent
  487. nasus, nasi, m.
    • nose (noun)
    • nose (cognate), nasal
  488. nata, natae, f.
    • daughter (noun)
    • native
  489. natura, naturae, f.
    • nature (noun)
    • nature, natural
  490. natus, nati m.
    • son, child (noun)
    • innate
  491. nauta, nautae, m.
    • sailor (noun)
    • nautical
  492. navigo, navigare, navigavi, navigatum
    • to sail (verb)
    • navigate
  493. navis, navis, f.
    • ship, boat (noun)
    • navigation, naval, navy
  494. ne
    • not; in order that…not, that…not; lest (conjunction)
    • not (cognate)
  495. necesse
    • necessary, inevitable (adjective)
    • necessary, necessitude
  496. neco, necare, necavi, necatum
    • to murder, kill (verb)
    • enecate (obsolete)
  497. neglego, neglegere, neglexi, neglectum
    • to neglect (verb)
    • neglect
  498. nego, negare, negavi, negatum
    • to deny, say not (verb)
    • negate, negative
  499. nemus, nemoris n.
    • wood, forest (noun)
    • nemoral
  500. nepos, nepotis, m.
    • grandson, descendant (noun)
    • nepotism
  501. nescio, nescire, nescivi, nescitum
    • not to know, be ignorant (verb)
    • nescient
  502. neuter, neutra, neutrum
    • neither (adjective)
    • neutral, neutralize
  503. nihil
    • nothing (noun)
    • annihilate, nihilism, nil
  504. nihilum, nihili n.
    • nothing (noun)
    • nihilism, annihilate
  505. nimis
    • too, too much (adverb)
    • nimiety
  506. nimium
    • too, too much (adverb)
    • nimiety
  507. nisi
    • if … not; unless (conjunction)
    • nisi (law)
  508. noceo, nocere, nocui, nocitum + dat.
    • to do harm to, harm, injure (verb)
    • nocuous, nocent, innocent
  509. nolo, nolle, nolui
    • to not…wish, be unwilling (verb)
    • nolens volens, nolition (obsolete)
  510. nomen, nominis, n.
    • name (noun)
    • nominate, name, nominal
  511. nosco, noscere
    • to get to know; learn, find out; recognize (verb)
    • know (cognate), noscible, notion
  512. noster, nostra, nostrum
    • our (adjective)
    • nostratic, paternoster
  513. notus, a, um
    • well known, familiar; esteemed (adjective)
    • notable, noted
  514. novus, a, um
    • new; last (adjective)
    • new (cognate), novice, novel, renovate
  515. nox, noctis, f.
    • night (noun)
    • equinox, nocturnal, night (cognate)
  516. noxa, noxae f.
    • harm, injury (noun)
    • noxious, obnoxious, noxal
  517. nubes, nubis, f.
    • cloud (noun)
    • nubia, nubiferous
  518. nubo, nubere, nupsi, nuptum
    • to cover, veil; to be married to, marry (+ dat.) (verb)
    • nubile, nuptial
  519. nullus, a, um
    • no, none (adjective)
    • nullify
  520. numen, numinis n.
    • divinity, divine will (noun)
    • numen, numinal (rare)
  521. numerus, numeri, m.
    • number (noun)
    • numerical, numerate
  522. nunc
    • now (adverb)
    • now (cognate)
  523. nuntio, nuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatum
    • to announce, report, relate (verb)
    • nunciation (obsolete), announce
  524. nutrix, nutricis f.
    • nurse (noun)
    • nutrice (rare), nutritious
  525. ob
    • (with Acc.) on account of, for the sake of, for (preposition)
    • obtain, obtest
  526. obeo, obire, obii, obitum
    • to go up against, meet; die (verb)
    • obituary
  527. obitus, obitus m
    • downfall, death, setting (of the sun) (noun)
    • obituary
  528. oblecto, oblectare, oblectavi, oblectatum
    • to please, amuse, delight; pass time pleasantly (verb)
    • oblectate (rare)
  529. obliviscor, oblivisci, oblitus sum
    • to forget (verb)
    • oblivion
  530. obsto, obstare, obstiti, obstatum
    • to oppose, hinder (verb)
    • obstant, obstacle
  531. occasio, occasionis, f.
    • occasion, opportunity (noun)
    • occasion, occasional
  532. occido, occidere, occidi, occasum
    • to fall down; die; set (verb)
    • occidental
  533. occulte
    • secretly (adverb)
    • occult, occultism
  534. oculus, oculi, m.
    • eye (noun)
    • ocular
  535. odi, odisse, osurum
    • to hate (verb)
    • odious
  536. odium, odii, n.
    • hatred (noun)
    • odium, odious
  537. offero, offerre, obtuli, oblatum
    • to offer (verb)
    • offer, offertory
  538. officium, officii, n.
    • duty, service (noun)
    • office, officer, officiate
  539. omnis, omne
    • every, all (adjective)
    • omnipresence, omnibus
  540. opinio, opinionis f.
    • opinion (noun)
    • opinion, opinionated
  541. opinor, opinari, opinatus sum
    • to suppose (verb)
    • opinion, opinionated
  542. oportet, oportere, oportuit
    • it is proper, right, necessary (verb)
    • opportune
  543. oppidum, oppidi n.
    • town (noun)
    • oppidan
  544. opprimo, opprimere, oppressi, oppressum
    • to suppress, overwhelm, overpower, check (verb)
    • oppress
  545. oppugno, oppugnare, oppugnavi, oppugnatum
    • to fight against, attack, assault, assail (verb)
    • oppugn, oppugnant
  546. ops, opis, f.
    • help, aid; pl., resources, power, wealth (noun)
    • opulence, copious
  547. optimus, a, um
    • best (adjective)
    • optimal, optimism
  548. opto, optare, optavi, optatum
    • to choose, select; wish, desire; (verb)
    • opt, option
  549. opus, operis, n.
    • work, task; deed, accomplishment (noun)
    • opus, operary, operation
  550. oratio, orationis, f.
    • speech (noun)
    • oration, orator
  551. orator, oratoris, m.
    • orator, speaker (noun)
    • orator, oratory, oration
  552. orbis, orbis n.
    • circle, territory; region (noun)
    • orb, orbit
  553. orior, oriri, ortus sum
    • to rise, arise; spring from, appear (verb)
    • origin, exort (obsolete)
  554. orno, ornare, ornavi, ornatum
    • to equip, furnish, adorn (verb)
    • orn (obsolete), ornate
  555. oro, orare, oravi, oratum
    • to speak, plead; beg, beseech, entreat (verb)
    • oration, perorate, oratory
  556. ortus, ortus m.
    • rise, origin; birth; source (noun)
    • ortive (obsolete)
  557. os, oris, n.
    • mouth (noun)
    • oral
  558. osculum, osculi, n.
    • kiss (noun)
    • osculate, osculatory
  559. ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostentum
    • to exhibit, show, display (verb)
    • ostend (obsolete), ostentatious, ostensible
  560. otium, otii, n.
    • leisure, peace (noun)
    • otious
  561. paene
    • almost (adverb)
    • peninsula, penultuma
  562. paenitet, paenitere, paenituit
    • it displeases, makes angry, makes sorry (verb)
    • penitent
  563. par, paris
    • equal, like (adjective)
    • par, parity
  564. parens, parentis, m./f.
    • parent (noun)
    • parent, parental
  565. paro, parare, paravi, paratum
    • to prepare, provide, get, obtain (verb)
    • prepare
  566. pars, partis, f.
    • part, share; direction (noun)
    • part, partial, party
  567. parvus, a, um
    • small, little (adjective)
    • parvule
  568. patefacio, patefacere, patefeci, patefactum
    • to make open, open; disclose, expose (verb)
    • patefaction (obsolete)
  569. pateo, patere, patui
    • to be open, lie open, be accessible, be evident (verb)
    • patent, patulous
  570. pater, patris, m.
    • father (noun)
    • father (cognate), patricide, paternal
  571. patientia, patientiae, f.
    • suffering; patience, endurance (noun)
    • patience, patient
  572. patior, pati, passus sum
    • to suffer, endure, permit (verb)
    • patience, patient, pass
  573. patria, patriae, f.
    • fatherland, country (noun)
    • patriot
  574. pauci, ae, a
    • few (adjective)
    • paucity
  575. paulus, a, um
    • small, little (adjective)
    • Paul
  576. pauper, pauperis
    • poor (adjective)
    • pauper, poor, poverty
  577. paupertas, paupertatis, f.
    • poverty, humble circumstances (noun)
    • pauper, poverty
  578. pax, pacis, f.
    • peace (noun)
    • peace, pacifist, pacable
  579. pectus, pectoris, n.
    • breast, heart (noun)
    • pectoral
  580. pecunia, pecuniae, f.
    • money (noun)
    • pecuniary, pecunial
  581. peior, peius
    • worse (adjective)
    • impair, pejorative
  582. pello, pellere, pepuli, pulsum
    • to strike, push, drive out, banish (verb)
    • pulse, repell, expell
  583. per + acc.
    • through (preposition)
    • pervade, perplex
  584. peregrinor, peregrinari, peregrinatus sum
    • to travel abroad, wander (verb)
    • peregrinate, peregrination
  585. pereo, perire, perii, peritum
    • to pass away, be destroyed, perish (verb)
    • perish
  586. perficio, perficere, perfeci, perfectum
    • to finish; execute; bring about, accomplish (verb)
    • perfect, perfection, perficient (rare)
  587. periculum, periculi, n.
    • danger (noun)
    • peril
  588. pernocto, pernoctare, pernoctavi, pernoctatum
    • to spend the night (verb)
    • pernoctate, pernoctation, pernoctalian
  589. perpetuus, a, um
    • eternal, perpetual, continuous (adjective)
    • perpetual, perpetuate, perpetuiuty
  590. persuadeo, persuadere, persuasi, persuasum + dat.
    • to make sweet to, persuade (verb)
    • persuade
  591. pes, pedis, m.
    • foot (noun)
    • pedicure, pedestrian, biped
  592. pessimus, a, um
    • worst (adjective)
    • pessimism
  593. peto, petere, petivi, petitum
    • to seek, aim at, beg, beseech (verb)
    • petition, petitive, petulant
  594. philosophia, philosophiae, f.
    • philosophy (noun)
    • philosophy
  595. philosophus, philosophi, m.
    • philosopher (noun)
    • philospher, philosophy
  596. piger, pigra, pigrum
    • lazy, slow (adjective)
    • pigritious (obsolete)
  597. pius, a, um
    • loyal, dutiful pious (adjective)
    • pious, piety
  598. placeo, placere, placui, placitum + dat.
    • to be pleasing to, please (verb)
    • please, placid, pleasure
  599. plebs, plebis, f.
    • the common people, populace, plebeians (noun)
    • plebs, plebe, plebeian, plebiscitum
  600. plenus, a, um
    • full (adjective)
    • plenitude, complete
  601. plurimum
    • most, very much (adverb)
    • plural, plurality
  602. plurimus, a, um
    • most (adjective)
    • plural
  603. plus, pluris
    • more (adjective)
    • plus, plural
  604. poena, poenae, f.
    • penalty, punishment (noun)
    • penal, penalty
  605. poeta, poetae, m.
    • poet (noun)
    • poet, poetry
  606. polliceor, polliceri, pollicitus sum
    • promise (verb)
    • pollicitate (obsolete), policy
  607. pono, ponere, posui, positum
    • to put, place, set (verb)
    • pose, postpone, preposition
  608. populus, populi, m.
    • people (noun)
    • popular, populate
  609. porta, portae, f.
    • gate, entrance, door (noun)
    • port
  610. porto, portare, portavi, portatum
    • to carry, bring (verb)
    • portable, porter
  611. possum, posse, potui
    • to be able, can, have power (verb)
    • posse, potence
  612. post + acc.
    • after, behind (preposition)
    • postmodern
  613. potens, potentis
    • powerful, able, strong (adjective)
    • potentate, potential
  614. prae + abl.
    • in front of, before (preposition)
    • preeminent, premature
  615. praebeo, praebere, praebui, praebitum
    • to offer, provide (verb)
    • prebition
  616. praefero, praeferre, praetuli, praelatum
    • to carry in front of; offer; give preference to (verb)
    • prefer
  617. praeficio, praeficere, praefeci, praefectus
    • to put in charge (verb)
    • prefect, prefecture
  618. praemium, praemii, n.
    • reward (noun)
    • premium, premiate (rare)
  619. praesto, praestare, praestiti, praestitum
    • to excel; show, offer, supply, furnish (verb)
    • prestation
  620. praesum, praeesse, praefui
    • be in charge, be present (verb)
    • to be present
  621. praeter + acc.
    • besides, except (preposition)
    • preternatural, preterea
  622. precor, precari, precatus sum
    • beg, wish, pray (verb)
    • prayer imprecate, precarious, precatory
  623. premo, premere, pressi, pressum
    • to press, press hard, pursue (verb)
    • press, pressure, compression
  624. pretium, pretii n.
    • price, value (noun)
    • price, precious
  625. primo
    • at first, at the beginning (adverb)
    • primary, prime
  626. primum
    • at first, in the first place (adverb)
    • primary, prime
  627. primus, a, um
    • first (adjective)
    • prime, primordial
  628. princeps, principis
    • chief, foremost (adjective)
    • prince, principal
  629. princeps, principis, m.
    • leader, chief, emperor (noun)
    • prince, principal
  630. principium, principii, n.
    • beginning (noun)
    • principle
  631. prior, prius
    • former (adjective)
    • prior, priority
  632. pristinus, a, um
    • ancient; former, previous (adjective)
    • pristine
  633. pro + abl.
    • in front of, before, instead of, on behalf of (preposition)
    • provisional, prorated
  634. probitas, probitatis, f.
    • uprightness, honesty (noun)
    • provbity
  635. probo, probare, probavi, probatum
    • to test; approve; recommend (verb)
    • probe, prove, approbate
  636. proficiscor, proficisci, profectus sum
    • to set out, start (verb)
    • profection (rare), profectitious
  637. progredior, progredi, progressus sum
    • to go, come forth, go forward, march forward (verb)
    • progress, progression
  638. prohibeo, prohibere, prohibui, prohibitum
    • to prevent, hinder, restrain, prohibit (verb)
    • prohibit, prohibition
  639. promitto, promittere, promisi, promissum
    • to send forth; promise (verb)
    • promise
  640. pronuntio, pronuntiare, pronuntiavi, pronuntiatum
    • to pronounce, announce, proclaim (verb)
    • pronounce
  641. propter + acc.
    • on account of, because (preposition)
    • propternuptial
  642. prosum, prodesse, profui
    • to be useful, benefit, (with Dat.) (verb)
    • product
  643. provincia, provinciae
    • province (noun)
    • province, provincial
  644. proximus, a, um
    • nearest, next (adjective)
    • proximity
  645. publicus, a, um
    • public (adjective)
    • public, publicize
  646. pudet, pudere, puduit, puditus est
    • it shames, make ashamed (verb)
    • pudent, impudent
  647. pudicus, a, um
    • modest, chaste (adjective)
    • pudicity
  648. puella, puellae, f.
    • girl (noun)
    • puellarity
  649. puer, pueri, m.
    • boy; pl., children (noun)
    • puerile
  650. pugno, pugnare, pugnavi, pugnatum
    • to fight (verb)
    • pugnatory, oppugn, repugn
  651. pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
    • beautiful, handsome (adjective)
    • pulcherify, pulcheritude
  652. puto, putare, putavi, putatum
    • to reckon, suppose, suppose, think, imagine (verb)
    • putative, impute, dispute
  653. quaero, quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitum
    • to seek, look for, strive for, ask, inquire (verb)
    • quest, question, inquire
  654. qualis, quale
    • what kind of (adjective)
    • quality, qualify
  655. quam
    • how (adverb)
    • plusquamperfect
  656. quantus, a, um
    • how large, how great, how much (adjective)
    • quantity, quantify
  657. quare
    • wherefore, why, because of which (adverb)
    • quary (obsolete)
  658. quasi
    • as if, as it were (adverb)
    • quasi
  659. -que
    • and (enclitic)
    • "filioque (""and from the Son"")"
  660. queror, queri, questus sum
    • to complain, lament (verb)
    • query, quarrel, querimony
  661. qui, quae, quod
    • who, which, what, that (pronoun)
    • quoddity, sine qua non, quib
  662. qui? quae? quod?
    • what? which? what kind? (adjective)
    • quiddity, quoddity
  663. quid
    • what? (pronoun)
    • quiddity
  664. quidam, quaedam, quiddam
    • a certain one, thing;someone, something (pronoun)
    • forensic
  665. quinque
    • five (adjective)
    • quintuplets
  666. quis, quid (indef.)
    • anyone, anything, someone, something (pronoun)
    • quiddity
  667. quis? quid?
    • who? what? (pronoun)
    • quiddity
  668. quoad
    • as long as, as far as (conjunction)
    • quoad, quoad hoc (to this extent)
  669. quot
    • how many, as many as (adjective)
    • quota, quotient, quotiety
  670. radius, radii m.
    • ray, rod (noun)
    • radio, radiant, radial
  671. rapio, rapere, rapui, raptum
    • to seize, snatch, carry away (verb)
    • rape, rapture
  672. ratio, rationis, f.
    • reckoning, account, reason, judgment, manner (noun)
    • rational
  673. recipio, recipere, recepi, receptum
    • to take back, regain, admit, receive (verb)
    • receipt, reception, receptor
  674. recito, recitare, recitavi, recitatum
    • to recite (verb)
    • recite. Recital
  675. recognosco, recognoscere, recognovi, recognitum
    • to recognize, recollect (verb)
    • recognize, recognition
  676. recreo, recreare, recreavi, recreatum
    • to restore, revive; refresh, cheer (verb)
    • recreate, recreation
  677. recuso, recusare, recusavi, recusatum
    • to refuse (verb)
    • recuse, recusation, irrecusable
  678. redeo, redire, redii, reditum
    • to go back, return (verb)
    • redient (rare), redition (rare)
  679. refero, referre, rettuli, relatum
    • to carry back, bring back; repeat, answer (verb)
    • refer, refery
  680. regina, reginae, f.
    • queen (noun)
    • reginist (obsolete)
  681. rego, regere, rexi, rectum
    • to rule, guide, direct (verb)
    • reign, region, regent
  682. relinquo, relinquere, reliqui, relictum
    • to leave behind, leave, abandon, desert (verb)
    • relinquish, relict, derelict
  683. remaneo, remanere, remansi, remansum
    • to remain, stay (verb)
    • remain, permanent
  684. remedium, remedii, n.
    • cure, remedy (noun)
    • remedy
  685. remissio, remissionis, f.
    • letting go, release; relaxation (noun)
    • remission, remit, remittance
  686. removeo, removere, removi, remotum
    • move back; put away; withdraw; remove (verb)
    • remove
  687. reperio, reperire, repperi, repertum
    • to find, discover, learn, get (verb)
    • reperible, repertorium
  688. requiesco, requiescere, requievi, requietum
    • to rest (verb)
    • requiescence, requiesce (rare)
  689. requiro, requirere, requisivi, requisitum
    • to seek, ask for, miss, need, require (verb)
    • require, requirement
  690. res publica, rei publicae, f.
    • state, commonwealth, republic (noun)
    • republic, republican
  691. res, rei, f.
    • thing, matter, business, affair (noun)
    • real, rebus, republic
  692. respondeo, respondere, respondi, responsum
    • to answer (verb)
    • respond
  693. retego, retegere, retexi, retectum
    • to uncover, reveal (verb)
    • retection (obsolete)
  694. reverto, revertere, reverti, reversum
    • to turn back (verb)
    • revert
  695. rex, regis, m.
    • king (noun)
    • regicide, regal
  696. rideo, ridere, risi, risum
    • to laugh, laugh at (verb)
    • ridicule, risible, deride
  697. ridiculus, a, um
    • laughable, ridiculous (adjective)
    • ridiculous, ridicule
  698. rogo, rogare, rogavi, rogatum
    • to ask (verb)
    • rogation, interrogate, prerogatory
  699. Romanus, a, um
    • Roman (adjective)
    • romanize, romance (languages)
  700. ruina, ruinae f.
    • ruin, destruction (noun)
    • ruin
  701. rumor, rumoris, m.
    • rumor, gossip (noun)
    • rumor
  702. ruo, ruere, rui, rutus
    • to fall, rush (verb)
    • ruin
  703. rus, ruris, n.
    • the country, countryside (noun)
    • rustic, rural
  704. rusticor, rusticari, rusticatus sum
    • to live in the country (verb)
    • rusticate, rural
  705. sacerdos, sacerdotis, m.
    • priest (noun)
    • sacerdotal, sacerdocy
  706. saevus, a, um
    • cruel (adjective)
    • savage
  707. sal, salis, m.
    • salt; wit (noun)
    • salt (cognate)
  708. salus, salutis, f.
    • health, safety; greeting (noun)
    • salute, salutary
  709. salveo, salvere
    • to be well (verb)
    • salutary, safe, salubrity, salutation
  710. salvus, a, um
    • safe, sound (adjective)
    • salvation, safe
  711. sanus, a, um
    • sound, healthy, sane (adjective)
    • sane, sanity
  712. sapiens, sapientis
    • wise, judicious (adjective)
    • sapience, sapiential
  713. sapiens, sapientis, m.
    • wise man, philosopher (noun)
    • sapient
  714. sapientia, sapientiae, f.
    • wisdom (noun)
    • sapience, sapientipotent
  715. sapio, sapere, sapui
    • to have good taste; have good sense, be wise (verb)
    • sapid, sapient
  716. satio, satiare, satiavi, satiatum
    • to satisfy, sate (verb)
    • satiate, insatiable
  717. satis
    • enough, sufficient (adjective)
    • satisfaction, saturate
  718. sator, satoris, m.
    • sower, planter; begetter, father; founder (noun)
    • satorious (obsolete)
  719. satura, saturae, f.
    • satire (noun)
    • satire, satirical
  720. saxum, saxi, n.
    • rock, stone (noun)
    • saxifrage, saxous (obsolete)
  721. scelus, sceleris, n.
    • evil deed, crime (noun)
    • scelerate, scelerous (obsolete)
  722. scientia, scientiae, f.
    • knowledge (noun)
    • science
  723. scio, scire, scivi, scitum
    • to know (verb)
    • science, conscience
  724. scribo, scribere, scripsi, scriptum
    • to write (verb)
    • scribe, postscriptum, scriptorium
  725. scriptor, scriptoris, m.
    • writer (noun)
    • scriptorium
  726. secundus, a, um
    • second; favorable (adjective)
    • second,
  727. sedeo, sedere, sedi, sessum
    • to sit (verb)
    • sit (cognate), sedan, sediment
  728. semel
    • once, a single time (adverb)
    • semelparity (biology)
  729. semper
    • always (adverb)
    • sempiternal, sempervirent
  730. senectus, senectutis, f.
    • old age (noun)
    • senectitude
  731. senex, senis, m.
    • old (man) (adjective)
    • senectitude, senile
  732. sensus, sensus, m.
    • sense, feeling (noun)
    • sense, sensual
  733. sententia, sententiae, f.
    • feeling, thought; opinion; sentence (noun)
    • sentence, sentimental
  734. sentio, sentire, sensi, sensum
    • to feel, perceive, think (verb)
    • sensation, sense, sensory
  735. sequor, sequi, secutus sum
    • to follow (verb)
    • sequence, prosecute
  736. sereno, serenare, serenavi, serenatum
    • to make clear, brighten; cheer up, soothe (verb)
    • serenate (obsolete), serene
  737. serva, servae, f.
    • slave (female) (noun)
    • serve, service
  738. servio, servire, servivi, servitum + dat.
    • to be a slave to, serve (verb)
    • serve, servant
  739. servitus, servitutis, f.
    • slavery, servitude (noun)
    • servitude, serve
  740. servo, servare, servavi, servatum
    • to preserve, keep, save (verb)
    • serve, servant, servile, servitude
  741. servus, servi, m.
    • slave (male) (noun)
    • serve, service
  742. sidus, sideris, n.
    • constellation, star (noun)
    • sideral, siderous (obsolete)
  743. signum, signi, n.
    • sign, signal, seal, indication (noun)
    • sign, signature
  744. similis, simile
    • similar, resembling (adjective)
    • similar, simile, assimilate
  745. sine
    • without (preposition)
    • "sincere (""without wax""), sine qua non (""indispensable"")"
  746. sinister, sinistra, sinistrum
    • left, left-hand (adjective)
    • sinister, sinistrous
  747. socius, socii m.
    • associate, companion; ally (noun)
    • social, society
  748. sol, solis, m.
    • sun (noun)
    • solar, solstice
  749. solacium, solacii, n.
    • comfort, relief (noun)
    • solace
  750. soleo, solere, solitus sum
    • to be accustomed (verb)
    • insolent, obsolesce
  751. sollers, sollertis m.
    • skilled, expert (noun)
    • solert (obsolete)
  752. solus, a, um
    • alone, only (adjective)
    • sole, solitude
  753. somnus, somni, m.
    • sleep, dream (noun)
    • insomnia, somnambulism
  754. soror, sororis, f.
    • sister (noun)
    • sorority, sister (cognate)
  755. sors, sortis f.
    • lot, destiny (noun)
    • sort, sorcery, sortilege (rare)
  756. spargo, spargere, sparsi, sparsum
    • to scatter, strew, sprinkle (verb)
    • spare, sparse
  757. species, speciei f.
    • appearance (noun)
    • species, conspicuous
  758. specto, spectare, spectavi, spectatum
    • to look at, see (verb)
    • spectator, spectacle
  759. speculum, speculi, n.
    • mirror (noun)
    • speculum, specular
  760. spero, sperare, speravi, speratum
    • to hope for, hope (verb)
    • despair
  761. spiritus, spiritus, m.
    • breath, spirit, soul (noun)
    • spirit, aspiration, spiritual
  762. statua, statuae f.
    • statue (noun)
    • statue
  763. stella, stellae, f.
    • star, planet (noun)
    • stellar, constellation
  764. sto, stare, steti, statum
    • to stand, stand still (verb)
    • stand, stance, state
  765. studeo, studere, studui + dat.
    • to direct one's zeal to, be eager for, study (verb)
    • study, storious, student
  766. studium, studii, n.
    • eagerness, zeal, pursuit (noun)
    • student, studious
  767. stultus, a, um
    • foolish (adjective)
    • stultitious, stolid
  768. suavis, suave
    • sweet (adjective)
    • suave
  769. sub + abl.
    • under, up under (preposition)
    • submarine, subnormal
  770. sub + acc.
    • under, up under, close to (preposition)
    • submarine, subnormal
  771. subito
    • suddenly (adverb)
    • subite (obsolete)
  772. sublimis, sublime
    • elevated, lofty; heroic, noble (adjective)
    • sublime, sublimity
  773. subrideo, subridere, subrisi, subrisum
    • to smile down upon (verb)
    • subride (obsolete), subrision (rare)
  774. sui, sibi, se, se
    • -self (reflexive) (pronoun)
    • suicide
  775. sum, esse, fui, futurum
    • to be (verb)
    • essence
  776. summus, a, um
    • highest (adjective)
    • sum, summit
  777. superbus, a, um
    • proud, arrogant, overbearing, haughty (adjective)
    • superb, superbity
  778. superior, superius
    • higher; the gods above (adjective)
    • superior, super
  779. supero, superare, superavi, superatum
    • to be above, surpass; overcome, conquer (verb)
    • super
  780. supersum, superesse, superfui
    • to be left over; survive (verb)
    • superessive (Grammar)
  781. superus, a, um
    • above, upper (adjective)
    • superior, super
  782. supremus, a, um
    • highest, upper, last (adjective)
    • supreme, supremity
  783. surgo, surgere, surrexi, surrectum
    • to get up, arise (verb)
    • surge, insurge
  784. suscipio, suscipere, suscepi, susceptum
    • to undertake; support (verb)
    • susception, susceptive
  785. suspendo, suspendere, suspendi, suspensum
    • to hang up, suspend; interrupt (verb)
    • suspend, suspension
  786. sustineo, sustinere, sustinui, sustentum
    • to support; check; put off; sustain (verb)
    • sustain, sustainable
  787. suus, a, um
    • his, her, its, their (own) (adjective)
    • suicide
  788. Syracusae, Syracusarum, f.
    • Syracuse (noun)
    • Syracuse
  789. taceo, tacere, tacui, tacitum
    • to be silent, leave unmentioned (verb)
    • tacent, tacid, conticent
  790. talis, tale
    • such, of such a sort (adjective)
    • tally, retaliate
  791. tango, tangere, tetigi, tactum
    • to touch (verb)
    • tangible, tango, tactile
  792. tantum
    • only, so much (adverb)
    • plurale tantum (grammar)
  793. tantus, a, um
    • so large, so great, of such a size (adjective)
    • tantamount
  794. tantus..quantus
    • just as much…as (adjective)
    • tantamount
  795. te
    • you (pronoun)
    • thee (cognate)
  796. tego, tegere, texi, tectum
    • to cover, defend; hide (verb)
    • protect, protection, protectorate
  797. tempestas, tempestatis, f.
    • period of time, season; weather; storm (noun)
    • tempest, tempestuous
  798. tempto, temptare, temptavi, temptatum
    • to test, try; urge (verb)
    • tempt, temptation
  799. tempus, temporis, n.
    • time (noun)
    • temporary, tense
  800. teneo, tenere, tenui, tentum
    • to hold, keep, possess (verb)
    • tenent, obtain, contain, maintain
  801. tergum, tergi n.
    • back (noun)
    • tergant (rare)
  802. terra, terrae, f.
    • earth, land (noun)
    • terral, terrene, territory
  803. terreo, terrere, terrui, territum
    • to terrify (verb)
    • terrify, terrible, deter
  804. timeo, timere, timui
    • to fear (verb)
    • timid, intimidate
  805. timor, timoris, m.
    • fear (noun)
    • timorous
  806. tolero, tolerare, toleravi, toleratum
    • to bear, endure (verb)
    • tolerate, tolerance
  807. tollo, tollere, sustuli, sublatum
    • to raise, lift up; take away, remove, destroy (verb)
    • extoll
  808. tot
    • so many (adjective)
    • totient, total
  809. totus, a, um
    • whole, entire (adjective)
    • total
  810. trado, tradere, tradidi, traditum
    • to give over, surrender; hand down, transmit,teach (verb)
    • trade, traitor
  811. traho, trahere, traxi, tractum
    • to draw, drag, derive (verb)
    • tractor, traction, trace
  812. trans + acc.
    • across (preposition)
    • trans-Atlantic, transgress
  813. transeo, transire, transii, transitum
    • to go across, cross; pass over, ignore (verb)
    • transition, transit
  814. transitus, transitus, m.
    • passing over, transit, transition (noun)
    • transition, transit
  815. tres, tria
    • three (adjective)
    • three (cognate), tri-county, trinity
  816. tristis, triste
    • sad, sorrowful; joyless, grim, severe (adjective)
    • tristesse
  817. Troia, Troiae, f.
    • Troy (noun)
    • Troy, Trojan
  818. tu, tui
    • you (pronoun)
    • thou (cognate)
  819. turba, turbae, f.
    • mob, crowd, disturbance (noun)
    • turbulent, disturb
  820. turpis, turpe
    • ugly, shameful, base, disgraceful (adjective)
    • turpitude
  821. tuus, a, um
    • your (adjective)
    • thou, thine (cognate)
  822. tyrannus, tyranni, m.
    • tyrant (noun)
    • tyrant, tyrannical
  823. ubi
    • when, where, where? (conjunction)
    • ubiquitous
  824. ullus, a, um
    • any (adjective)
    • nullify
  825. ultimus, a, um
    • farthest, extreme; last (adjective)
    • ultimatum
  826. ultra
    • on the other side, beyond (adverb)
    • ultrasonic, ultramarine
  827. ultra + acc.
    • on the other side, beyond (preposition)
    • ultrasonic, ultramarine
  828. unda, undae f.
    • wave (noun)
    • undate, undulate
  829. unus, a, um
    • one, single, alone (adjective)
    • unity, unite, unanimous
  830. urbanus, a, um
    • of the city, urban, urbane (adjective)
    • urbane, urban
  831. urbs, urbis, f.
    • city; City of Rome (noun)
    • urban, suburb
  832. urna, urnae f.
    • urn (noun)
    • urn
  833. usus, usus m.
    • use, advantage, enjojment (noun)
    • use, usable
  834. uter, utra, utrum
    • either, which (of two) (adjective)
    • neuter
  835. utilis, utile
    • useful, advantageous (adjective)
    • utility, utilize
  836. utor, uti, usus sum + abl.
    • to use; enjoy, experience (verb)
    • use, utile
  837. uxor, uxoris, f.
    • wife (noun)
    • uxorious, uxoricide
  838. valeo, valere, valui, valiturum
    • to be strong; have power; be well (verb)
    • valeology, valid
  839. validus, a, um
    • strong, healthy (adjective)
    • valid, validity, invalid
  840. vendo, vendere, vendidi, venditum
    • to sell (verb)
    • vendor, vending
  841. venia, veniae f.
    • favor, kindness (noun)
    • venial, veniable
  842. venio, venire, veni, ventum
    • to come (verb)
    • advent, convent, convene
  843. ventus, venti, m.
    • wind (noun)
    • wind (cognate), ventose
  844. verbum, verbi, n.
    • word (noun)
    • verb, verbose, verbal
  845. vereor, vereri, veritus sum
    • to show reverence for, respect (verb)
    • verecund, revere
  846. veritas, veritatis, f.
    • truth (noun)
    • verity, verify
  847. vero
    • but; in truth, indeed, to be sure, however (adverb)
    • verify, verity
  848. versus, versus, m.
    • verse (noun)
    • verse, versification
  849. verto, vertere, verti, versum
    • to turn, change (verb)
    • verse, vertex, avert
  850. verus, a, um
    • true, real; proper (adjective)
    • verity, verify
  851. vesper, vesperis, m.
    • evening; evening star (noun)
    • vespers
  852. vetus, veteris
    • old (adjective)
    • veterate, veteran
  853. via, viae, f.
    • way, road, street (noun)
    • via, obvious, viaduct
  854. vicina, vicinae, f.
    • neighbor (noun)
    • vicinity, vicinate (obsolete)
  855. vicinus, vicini, m.
    • neighbor (noun)
    • vicinity
  856. victoria, victoriae, f.
    • victory (noun)
    • victory, victorious
  857. video, videre, vidi, visum
    • to see (verb)
    • video, vision
  858. videor, videri, visus sum
    • to be seen, seem (verb)
    • video, vision, visual
  859. vigor, vigoris m.
    • liveliness, vigor, activity (noun)
    • vigor, vigorous
  860. vinco, vincere, vici, victum
    • to conquer (verb)
    • victor, invincible, vanquish
  861. vinum, vini, n.
    • wine (noun)
    • wine (cognate), vinous
  862. violo, violare, violavi, violatum
    • to violate, dishonor; outrage (verb)
    • violate, violent
  863. vir, viri, m.
    • man (noun)
    • virile, virility
  864. virgo, virginis, f.
    • maiden, virgin (noun)
    • virgin, virginity
  865. virtus, virtutis, f.
    • manliness, courage, excellence, virtue (noun)
    • virtue, virtuous
  866. vis, vis, f.
    • force (noun)
    • virial
  867. vita, vitae, f.
    • life (noun)
    • vital
  868. vitium, vitii, n.
    • fault, crime; vice (noun)
    • vice, vicious
  869. vito, vitare, vitavi, vitatum
    • to avoid, shun (verb)
    • evite (obsolete), inevitable
  870. vivo, vivere, vixi, victum
    • to live (verb)
    • survive, vivid, revive
  871. vivus, a, um
    • alive, living (adjective)
    • vivisection, quick (cognate)
  872. voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatum
    • to call (verb)
    • vocation
  873. volo, velle, volui
    • to wish, want, be willing, will (verb)
    • benevolent, malevolent, voluntary
  874. voluptas, voluptatis, f.
    • pleasure (noun)
    • voluptuous
  875. vox, vocis, f.
    • voice, word (noun)
    • voice, vocal
  876. vulgus, vulgi, m.
    • the common people, mob, rabble (noun)
    • vulgar, vulgate
  877. vulnero, vulnerare, vulneravi, vulneratum
    • to wound, harm, distress (verb)
    • vulnerate, vulneration, vulnerable
  878. vulnus, vulneris, n.
    • wound (noun)
    • vulnerable, vulnerose
  879. vultus, vultus, m.
    • countenance, face (noun)
    • vultuosous (obsolete), invultation (rare)

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