Latin I Vocab

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  1. et
    • and
    • conjunction

  2. sum, esse, fui
    • be, exist
    • irregular verb
  3. qui, quae, quod
    • who, which, what
    • pronoun
  4. que
    • and (postpositive enclitic) 
    • conjunction
  5. in
    • in, on (+ abl.)
    • into, onto (+ acc.)
    • preposition
  6. non
    • not
    • adverb
  7. hic, haec, hoc
    • this, these
    • pronoun
  8. ille, illa, illud
    • that
    • pronoun
  9. tu, tui, tibi, te
    • you (singular)
    • adjective
    • 1st & 2nd Declension
  10. cum
    • with (prep. + abl.)
    • when, since, although (conjunction + subj.)
    • preposition
  11. ego, mei, mihi, me
    • I, me
    • pronoun
  12. quisquam, quicquam/quidquam
    • any (single) person, anyone at all
    • pronoun
  13. is, ea, id
    • he, she, it
    • pronoun
  14. ad
    • to, up to, towards (+ acc.)
    • preposition
  15. ut, uti
    • as ( + indic.)
    • so that, with the result that ( + subj.)
    • adverb
  16. si
    • if
    • conjunction
  17. sui, sibi, se/sese
    • him-, her-, itself, themselves
    • pronoun
  18. omnis, omne
    • all, every, as a whole
    • adjective
    • 3rd Declension
  19. nec
    • and not
    • conjunction
  20. nec.....nec
    • nor
    • conjunction
  21. neque
    • neither....nor
    • conjunction
  22. sed
    • but
    • conjunction
  23. a, ab, abs
    • from, by ( + abl.)
    • preposition
  24. ipse, ipsa, ipsum
    • him-, her-, itself
    • pronoun
  25. possum, posse, potui
    • be able
    • irregular verb
  26. aut
    • or
    • conjunction
  27. magnus, -a, -um
    • great
    • adjective
    • 1st & 2nd Declension
  28. ex, e
    • out of, from (+ abl.)
    • preposition
  29. suus, -a, -um
    • his own, her own, its own
    • adjective
    • 1st & 2nd Declension
  30. do, dare, dedi, datum
    • give
    • verb
    • 1st Conjugation
  31. quam
    • how?
    • (after comparative) than
    • adverb
  32. per
    • through (+ acc.)
    • preposition
  33. video, videre, vidi, visum
    • do, make
    • verb
    • 3rd Conjugation (-io)
  34. facio, facere, feci, factum
    • do, make
    • verb
    • 3rd Conjugation (-io)
  35. dico, dicere, dixi, dictum
    • say
    • verb
    • 3rd Conjugation (-io)
  36. causam dicere
    • plead a case
    • verb
    • 3rd Conjugation (-io)
  37. diem dicere
    • appoint a day
    • verb
    • 3rd Conjugation (-io)
  38. iam
    • now, already
    • adverb
  39. atque
    • and in addition, and also
    • (after comparatives) than
    • conjunction
  40. simul atque
    • as soon as
    • conjunction
  41. ac
    • and in addition, and also, and
    • (after comparatives) than
    • conjunction
  42. simul ac
    • as soon as
    • conjunction
  43. alius, -a, -ud
    • other, another
    • adjective
    • 1st & 2nd Declension
  44. alias
    • at another time
    • adjective
    • 1st & 2nd Declension
  45. res, rei
    • thing 
    • noun
    • feminine
    • 5th Declension
  46. res publica
    • commonwealth
    • noun
    • feminine
    • 5th Declension
  47. res familiaris
    • family property, estate
    • noun
    • feminine
    • 5th Declension
  48. res militaris
    • art of war
    • noun
    • feminine
    • 5th Declension
  49. res novae
    • revolution
    • noun
    • feminine
    • 5th Declension
  50. habeo, habere, habui, habitum
    • have, hold
    • verb
    • 2nd Conjugation
  51. animus, animi
    • spirit, mind
    • noun
    • masculine
    • 2nd Declension
  52. meus, -a, -um
    • my
    • pronoun
  53. deus, dei
    • god
    • noun
    • masculine
    • 2nd Declension
  54. dea, dae
    • goddess
    • noun
    • feminine
    • 2nd Declension
  55. multus, -a, -um
    • much, many
    • adjective
    • 1st & 2nd Declension
  56. multo
    • by far
    • adjective
    • 1st & 2nd Declension
  57. tuus, -a, -um
    • your
    • adjective
    • 1st & 2nd Declension
  58. fero, ferre, tuli, latum
    • bear, carry, endure
    • irregular verb
  59. de
    • down from, about 
    • concerning ( + abl.)
    • preposition
  60. ne
    • lest, that not
    • conjunction
  61. manus, manus
    • hand; band of men
    • noun
    • feminine
    • 4th Declension
  62. nullus, -a, -um
    • not any, no one
    • adjective
    • 1st & 2nd Declension
  63. nunc
    • now
    • adverb
  64. nos, nostrum/nostri, nobis, nos
    • we
    • pronoun
  65. noster, nostra, nostrum
    • our
    • pronoun
  66. unus, -a, -um
    • one
    • declension
  67. dies
    • day
    • noun
    • masculine
    • 5th Declension
  68. diei
    • day
    • noun
    • feminine
    • 5th Declension
  69. nihil, nil
    • nothing, not at all
    • noun
    • indeclinable
  70. tum/tunc
    • then
    • adverb
  71. enim
    • for, indeed
    • conjunction
  72. tamen
    • nevertheless, still
    • conjunction
  73. idem, eadem, idem
    • the same
    • pronoun
  74. rex, regis
    • king
    • noun
    • masculine
    • 3rd Declension
  75. nam/namque
    • for, indeed, really
    • conjunction
  76. locus, loci
    • place, loca
    • (n. pl.) region
    • noun
    • masculine
    • 2nd Declension
  77. venio, venire, veni, ventum
    • come
    • verb
    • 4th Conjugation
  78. inter
    • between, among
    • during (+ acc.)
    • preposition
  79. pars, partis
    • part
    • noun
    • feminine
    • 3rd Declension
  80. volo, velle, volui
    • wish,  be willing
    • irregular verb
  81. etiam
    • also, even
    • adverb
  82. bonus, -a, -um
    • good
    • declension
  83. ago, agere, egi, actum
    • drive, do, act
    • verb
    • 3rd Conjugation
  84. terra, terrae
    • land
    • noun
    • feminine
    • 1st Declension
  85. pater, patris
    • father, ancestor
    • noun
    • masculine
    • 3rd Declension
  86. domus, domus
    • house, home
    • noun
    • feminine
    • 4th Declension
  87. at
    • but, but yet
    • conjunction
  88. corpus, corporis
    • body
    • noun
    • neuter 
    • 3rd Declension
  89. quoque
    • also, too
    • conjunction
  90. allquis, allquae, allquod
    • some, any
    • pronoun
  91. totus, tota, totum
    • whole, entire 
    • declension
  92. sic
    • in this manner, thus
    • adverb
  93. sic.....ut
    • in the same way as
    • adverb
  94. si quis, si quid
    • anyone who, anyone that
    • pronoun
  95. hic
    • here
    • adverb
  96. iste, ista, istud
    • that, that of yours
    • pronoun
  97. urbs, urbis
    • city
    • noun
    • feminine
    • 3rd declension
  98. peto, petere, petivi, petitum
    • seek, aim at
    • verb
    • 3rd Conjugation
  99. iubeo, iubere, iussi, iussum
    • bid, order
    • verb
    • 2nd Conjugation
  100. vir, viri
    • man
    • noun
    • masculine
    • 2nd Declension
  101. bellum, belli
    • war
    • noun
    • neuter 
    • 2nd Declension
  102. vita, vitae
    • life
    • noun
    • feminine 
    • 1st Declension
  103. homo, homonis
    • human being
    • noun
    • masculine
    • 3rd Declension
  104. tempus, temporis
    • time
    • noun
    • neuter
    • 3rd Declension
  105. magis
    • more
    • adverb
  106. primus, -a, -um
    • first
    • declension
  107. ubi
    • where, when
    • adverb
  108. hostis, hostis
    • stranger, enemy
    • noun
    • masculine/feminine
    • 3rd Declension
  109. an
    • or (in questions)
    • conjunction
  110. utrum...an
    • whether.....or
    • conjunction
  111. mors, mortis
    • death
    • noun
    • feminine
    • 3rd Declension
  112. tam
    • so, so much
    • adverb
  113. eo, ire, ii/ivi, itum
    • go
    • irregular verb
  114. arma, armorum
    • arms, weapons
    • noun (also Adjective: 1st & 2nd Conjugation)
    • neuter plural 
    • 2nd Declension
  115. superus, -a, -um
    • situated above, upper
    • declension
  116. nisi, ni
    • if not, unless
    • conjunction
  117. vinco, vincere, vici, victum
    • to conquer
    • verb
    • 3rd (-io) Conjugation
  118. pono, ponere, posui, positum
    • to put, place; put aside
    • verb
    • 3rd (-io) Conjugation
  119. dum
    • while ( + indic.); until ( + subj.); provided that ( + subj.)
    • conjunction
  120. sine
    • without ( + abl.)
    • preposition
  121. tantus, -a, -um
    • so great, so much
    • adjective
    • 1st & 2nd Declension
  122. teneo, tenere, tenui, tentum
    • to hold, keep
    • verb
    • 2nd Conjugation
  123. causa, causae
    • cause, reason
    • (causa + preceding genetive), for the sake of
    • noun
    • feminine
    • 1st Declension
  124. sequor, sequi, secutus sum
    • to follow
    • verb
    • deponent
  125. credo, credere, credidi, creditum
    • to believe
    • verb
    • 3rd (-io) Conjugation
  126. accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptum
    • to receive
    • verb
    • 3rd (-io) Conjugation
  127. virtus, virutis
    • valor, manliness, virtue
    • noun
    • feminine
    • 3rd Declension
  128. ante
    • before
    • in front of (adv. and prep + acc.)
    • preposition
  129. quaero, quaerere, quasivi, quasitum
    • to seek, inquire
    • verb
    • 3rd (-io) Conjugation
  130. mitto, mittere, misi, missum
    • to send, let go
    • verb
    • 3rd (-io) Conjugation
  131. vis
    • force
    • (acc.) vim
    • (abl.) vi
    • (pl.) vires
    • strength
    • noun
    • feminine
    • 3rd Declension
  132. amor, amoris
    • love
    • noun
    • masculine
    • 3rd Declension
  133. caelum, caeli
    • sky, heavens
    • noun
    • neuter
    • 2nd Declension
  134. sub
    • under
    • close to (+ acc. or abl.)
    • preposition
  135. nox, noctis
    • night
    • noun
    • feminine
    • 3rd Declension
  136. ita
    • thus, so
    • adverb

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