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  1. Charta
    Paper, map
  2. Eurōpa
    Europa (maiden), europe
  3. Fābula
    Story
  4. Insula
    Island
  5. Paenīnsula
    Peninsula
  6. Puella
    Girl, maiden
  7. Rēgina
    Queen
  8. Terra
    Land, country, earth
  9. Est
    Is
  10. Habitāre
    To live
  11. Rēgnāre
    To rule
  12. Spectāre
    To look (at), watch
  13. Esse
    To be
  14. Bona
    Good
  15. Geōgraphica
    Geographical
  16. Magna
    Large
  17. Parva
    Small
  18. Prīma
    First
  19. Pulchra
    Beautiful, pretty, fair
  20. Et
    And
  21. Hīc
    Here
  22. In
    • (abb.) in, on
    • (acc.) into
  23. Ita
    Yes, thus, so
  24. -ne
    asks a question
  25. Nōn
    Not
  26. Paene
    Almost
  27. Sed
    But
  28. Ubi
    Where, when, while
  29. Amīca
    Friend (fem.)
  30. Amīcus
    Friend (masc.)
  31. Deus
    God
  32. Fīlia
    Daughter
  33. Iūppiter
    Jupiter (king of gods and men)
  34. Ovidius
    Ovid
  35. Poēta
    Poet
  36. Rēx
    King
  37. Taurus
    Bull
  38. Tyrus
    Tyre
  39. Amāre
    To love, like
  40. Dēsīderāre
    To desire
  41. Lūdit
    Play
  42. Narrāre
    To tell
  43. Portāre
    To carry
  44. Trānsfōrmāre
    To transform,change
  45. Novus, -a
    Strange, new
  46. Timidus, -a
    Shy, timid
  47. Phoenīcius, -ia
    Phoenician or of Phoenicia
  48. Tyrius, -a
    Tyrian, of Tyre
  49. Ad
    (+ acc.) to, toward, near
  50. Cum
    (+ abl.) with
  51. (+ abl.) about, concerning, down from
  52. Diū
    For a long time, a long while, long
  53. Nunc
    Now
  54. Olim
    Once, once upon a time
  55. Quis
    Who
  56. Himself, herself, itself, themselves
  57. Agricola
    m. Farmer
  58. Arachnē
    f. Arachne (maiden)
  59. Casa
    F. House
  60. Dea
    F. Goddess
  61. Discipulī, -ōrum (gen. pl.)
    M. Students
  62. Incola, -ae
    C. Inhabitant
  63. Lāna
    F. Wool, spinning
  64. Lydia
    F. Lydia (country in Asia Minor)
  65. Magister, -tri (gen. pl.)
    M. Teacher
  66. Magistra
    F. Teacher
  67. Minerva
    F. Minerva (a goddess)
  68. Nympha
    F. Nymph
  69. Pictūra
    F. Picture
  70. Sapientia
    F. Wisdom
  71. Silva
    F. Forest
  72. Vīta
    F. Life
  73. Clamāre
    Shout, exclaim
  74. Dāre
    Give
  75. Docēre
    Teach
  76. Fōrmāre
    Make, shape, fashion, form
  77. Glomerāre
    Wind into a ball
  78. Labōrāre
    Work
  79. Laudāre
    Praise
  80. Salvē, salvēte
    Greetings, hello, hail
  81. Valē, valēte
    Farewell, goodbye
  82. Perīta
    Skilled, skillful
  83. Superba
    Proud
  84. Bene
    Well
  85. Certē
    Surely, certainly
  86. Dum
    (+ present indicative) while
  87. Me, myself
  88. Quid
    What
  89. Quod
    Because
  90. Quoque
    Also
  91. Saepe
    Often
  92. (acc. or abl.) you
  93. Tibi
    (dat.) to you, you
  94. Domina
    F. Lady, mistress of the household
  95. Dominus
    M. Lord, master, mister
  96. Experientia
    F. Experience
  97. Fēmina
    F. Woman
  98. Fōrma
    F. Form, shape
  99. Nōmen (nōmina pl.)
    Name
  100. Superbia
    F. Pride
  101. Tēla
    F. Loom
  102. Affirmāre
    Affirm
  103. Ambulāre
    Certare
  104. Debēre
    Ought, should, owe
  105. Dīxit
    He, she, it said
  106. Docēre
    • -eō, -uī, doctum
    • Teach
  107. Habēre
    Have, hold
  108. Mōnstrāre
    Show
  109. Negāre
    Deny, say that ... not
  110. Quaesō
    Please, (lit. I ask)
  111. Respondēre
    • -eō, respondī, -sum
    • Reply, respond, answer
  112. Scrībite (pl.)
    Write (command)
  113. Simulāre
    Imitate, copy, pretend, take the form of
  114. Temptāre
    Try, attempt
  115. Vocāre
    Call, summon
  116. Irāta
    Angry, irate
  117. Mea
    My
  118. Perīculōsa
    Dangerous
  119. Stulta
    Stupid, foolish
  120. Sua
    His own, her own, its own, their own
  121. Temerāria
    Rash
  122. Etiam
    Still, yet
  123. Hūc
    To this place, here
  124. Iteram
    Again
  125. Melius quam
    Better than
  126. Mihi
    (dat.) To me
  127. Nēmō
    No one
  128. -que
    And
  129. Arānea
    F. Spider
  130. Factīs
    (abl. pl.) Deeds
  131. Iove
    (abl.) Jove, Jupiter
  132. Misericordia
    F. Pity
  133. Rapina
    F. Carrying off, robbery
  134. Mūtāre
    Change
  135. Necāre
    Kill
  136. Pendēre
    • -eō, pependī, pensum
    • Hang
  137. Prohibēre
    • -eō, -hibuī, hibitum
    • Prevent, stop, prohibit
  138. Bona
    Good
  139. Longa
    Long
  140. Mala
    Evil, bad
  141. Minima
    Very small, very little
  142. Minor
    Smaller
  143. Optima
    Very good, excellent
  144. Suō
    Its
  145. ā
    • (ab, before a vowel) + abl.
    • From, away from, by
  146. Aeternō
    Eternally, forever
  147. Deinde
    Then
  148. Dēnique
    And then, finally
  149. Latinē
    In Latin
  150. Maximē
    Very, exceedingly, yes indeed, especially
  151. Minimē
    Least, not in the least, not at all
  152. Neque
    And not
  153. Optimē
    Very good, excellent (not adjective)
  154. Prīmō (prīmum)
    First, at first, first in a series
  155. āra
    F. Altar
  156. Causa
    F. Cause, reason
  157. Dīāna
    F. Diana (goddess of moon, hunt)
  158. Dōnum
    N. Gift
  159. Fāma
    F. Reputation, report, fame
  160. Familia
    F. Family
  161. Fīlius
    • -iī (gen. pl.)
    • M. Son
  162. Flamma
    F. Flame
  163. Fortūna
    F. Fortune
  164. Graecia
    F. Greece
  165. Lātōna
    F. Latona (mother of Apollo and Diana)
  166. Līberī
    • -ōrum (m. pl.)
    • Children
  167. Mantō
    F. Manto (a wise woman)
  168. Niobē
    F. Niobe (a queen)
  169. Oculus
    M. Eye
  170. Oppidum
    N. Town
  171. Phoebus
    M. Phoebus Apollo
  172. Potentia
    F. Power
  173. Puer
    M. Boy
  174. Rēgia
    F. Palace
  175. Superbia
    F. Pride
  176. Templum
    N. Temple
  177. Thēbae
    • -ārum (f. pl.)
    • Thebes (the city)
  178. Via
    F. Street, road
  179. Circumspectāre
    look about, cast a glance
  180. Monēre
    Warn, advise
  181. ōrnāre
    Decorate, adorn
  182. ōrāre
    Beg for, ask for, pray to, implore
  183. Praestāre
    • -ō, -stitī, -stitum + dat.
    • Stand before, surpass
  184. Rogāre
    Ask
  185. Stāre
    Stand
  186. Beātus
    Happy, blessed
  187. Clārus
    Famous, illustrious, bright, shining, clear
  188. Dignus
    + abl. or acc. Worthy, worth
  189. Multus
    Much, many
  190. Sānctus
    Sacred
  191. Suus
    His own, her own, its own, their own
  192. ūnus
    One, only
  193. Cūr
    Why
  194. Ecce
    Behold
  195. Ibi
    There
  196. Sōlum
    Only
  197. āera
    M. (Greek acc. sing.) Air
  198. Campus
    M. Field
  199. Equus
    M. Horse
  200. Fūnera
    N. Pl. Funerals
  201. Lacrima
    F. Tear
  202. Māter
    F. Mother
  203. Moenia
    • -ium (gen. pl.)
    • N. Pl. Walls, fortifications
  204. Mora
    F. Delay
  205. Poena
    F. Punishment
  206. Populus
    M. People
  207. Querella
    F. Complaint
  208. Ruīna
    F. Ruin, disaster
  209. Sagitta
    F. Arrow
  210. Schola
    F. School, class
  211. Statua
    F. Statue
  212. Verbum
    N. Word
  213. Congelāre
    Freeze, stiffen, congeal
  214. Convocāre
    Call together, summon
  215. Exercēre
    Train, exercise
  216. Honōrāre
    Honour
  217. Iuvāre
    • -ō, iūvī, iūtum
    • Help, aid
  218. Lacrimāre
    Cry, weep
  219. Relinquere
    • -ō, relīnquī, relictum
    • Leave, leave behind
  220. Volāre
    Fly
  221. Meus
    My
  222. Plānus
    Equal, level, even, flat
  223. Profānus
    Wicked, evil
  224. ūltimus
    Last
  225. Celeriter
    Quickly
  226. Hodiē
    Today
  227. Magis
    More (in volume or bulk)
  228. ō
    Oh
  229. Per
    + acc. Through
  230. Plūs
    More (in quantity)
  231. Prope
    + acc. Near, close to
  232. Quot
    • Indeclinable
    • How much, how many
  233. Quam
    Than
  234. Satis
    Enough
  235. Tum
    Then
  236. Ager
    M. Field
  237. Auxilium
    N. Aid, help
  238. Brācchium
    N. Arm, limb
  239. Cēra
    F. Wax
  240. Concilium
    N. Union
  241. Fistula
    F. Reed pipe, pipes of Pan
  242. Fuga
    F. Flight
  243. Pān
    M. Pan (a forest divinity, satyr)
  244. Papyrus
    F. Papyrus, reed
  245. Rīpa
    F. Bank (of a river)
  246. Satyrus
    M. Satyr
  247. Sonus
    M. Sound
  248. Syringa
    F. Syrinx (a nymph)
  249. Unda
    F. Wave, water, stream
  250. Vir
    M. Man
  251. Cēlāre
    Hide, conceal
  252. Dēvovēre
    Devote
  253. Errāre
    Wander
  254. Fuditāre
    Flee, avoid, shun
  255. Manēre
    Stay, remain
  256. Putāre
    Think
  257. Suspīrāre
    Breathe
  258. Tenēre
    Hold, keep, possess, have
  259. Vidēre
    See
  260. Benīgnus
    Kind
  261. Cēterus
    Other, rest of
  262. Dēnsus
    Thick, dense
  263. Miser
    • -era, erum
    • Wretched, unhappy, miderable
  264. Nūllus
    No one
  265. Umbrōsus
    Shady
  266. Aeternum
    Forever
  267. Autem
    But, however
  268. Dōnec
    Until, up to the time when
  269. Eam
    acc. Her
  270. Eōs
    acc. Them
  271. Quamquam
    Although
  272. Sīc
    Thus
  273. Statim
    Immediately
  274. Tamen
    Nevertheless
  275. Trāns
    + acc. Across
  276. Arcadia
    F. Arcadia (a region of the Peloponneus, dear to Jupiter)
  277. Arcas, Arcadis
    • M. Arcas (son of Callisto)
    • Arcade abl. sing.
  278. Caelum
    N. Sky, the heavens
  279. Callistō
    F. Callisto (a nymph)
  280. Dēlectāmentum
    N. Delight
  281. Fībula
    F. Pin
  282. Iaculum
    N. Javelin
  283. īra
    F. Wrath
  284. Iūnō
    F. Juno (queen of the gods)
  285. Mūsa
    Muse
  286. Pretium
    N. Price, reward
  287. Somnus
    M. Sleep
  288. In somnō
    Asleep
  289. Stella
    F. Star
  290. Ursa
    F. Bear
  291. Ursa Maior
    Greater Bear
  292. Ursa Minor
    Smaller Bear
  293. Vestīmentum
    Garment, clothes
  294. Vīctor, vīctōris
    M. Victor
  295. Vitta
    F. Fillet, band
  296. Appropinquāre
    Approach
  297. Cūrāre
    Care for
  298. ēvitāre
    Avoid, shun
  299. Iacēre
    Lie (at rest)
  300. Invocāre
    Invoke
  301. Retinēre
    Keep, hold back, restrain
  302. Alius
    • -a, -ud; aliī...aliī
    • Other; some...others
  303. Cārus
    + dat. Dear (to)
  304. Formōsus
    Beautiful, shapely
  305. Grātus
    + dat. Pleasing (to)
  306. Herbōsus
    Grassy
  307. Neglectus
    Neglected
  308. Nōtus
    Familiar, well-known
  309. Pretiōsus
    Costly
  310. Sōlus
    Alone, lone, only
  311. Aut
    Or
  312. Cuius
    Whose (sing.)
  313. Eius
    His, her, its
  314. Propter
    + acc. On account of, because of
  315. Sēcrētō
    Secretly
  316. If
  317. Adultera
    F. Adultress
  318. Animal (pl. -alia)
    N. Animal
  319. Bracchium
    N. Arm, branch
  320. Figūra
    F. Form, shape, figure
  321. Iniūria
    F. Injury, hurt, wrong
  322. Mātricīdium
    N. Matricide
  323. Sēnsa
    • -ōrum
    • N. Sense, feeling
  324. Tempus
    • -oris
    • N. Time, times
  325. Vēnātor
    M. Hunter
  326. Villius
    M. Shaggy hair
  327. Vōx, vōcis
    F. Voice
  328. Absum
    • Abesse, āfuī, āfutūrum
    • Be absent, be away
  329. Adsum
    • Adesse, adfuī, adfutūrum
    • Be present, be near
  330. Exspectāre
    Await, wait for
  331. Horrescere
    • -ō, horruī
    • Grow rough
  332. Servāre
    Save, protect
  333. Tendere
    • -ō, tetendī, tentum or -sum
    • Stretch out, extend
  334. Trānsportāre
    Transport, carry
  335. Benignus
    + dat. Kind (to)
  336. Ferus
    Wild
  337. Hūmānus
    Human
  338. Indōneus
    + dat. Suitable (for)
  339. Immōtus
    Unmoving
  340. Nātus
    Born
  341. Prōnus
    Bent over, prone
  342. Raucus
    Hoarse
  343. Supplex
    • -icis
    • M. F. N. As a suppliant, pleading
  344. Territus
    Terrified
  345. Tuus
    Your (sing.)
  346. Vīcīnus
    Neighbouring
  347. A
    Ah!
  348. Cum
    (conj.) When
  349. Ea
    She
  350. Post
    + acc. After
  351. Quīndecim
    15
  352. Quotiēns
    How often
  353. Ter
    Three times, thrice
  354. Ter quīnque
    15 (3 x 5)
  355. advena, ae
    c. stranger
  356. arbor, arboris
    f. tree
  357. Baucis, Baucidis
    f. Baucis
  358. cibus, i
    m. food
  359. dominus, i
    m. master, lord
  360. finis, finis, finium
    m. (or f.) end; pl. boundary
  361. locus, i
    m. (irreg. pl. loca) place
  362. membrum, i
    n. leg (of a table)
  363. mensa, ae
    f. table
  364. Mercurius, ii
    m. Mercury
  365. pars, partis, partium
    f. part
  366. pater, patris
    m. father
  367. Philemon, -monis
    m. Philemon
  368. Phrygia, ae
    f. Phrygia
  369. piscis, piscis, piscium
    m. fish
  370. requies, requietis
    requiem (acc. sing.)
    f. rest
  371. rex, regis
    m. king
  372. senex, senis, senum
    c. old man, woman
  373. servus, i
    m. servant, slave
  374. stagnum, i
    n. pool
  375. vinum, i
    n. wine
  376. dubito
    (1) doubt, hesitate
  377. impero
    • + dat.
    • (1) command, order, bid
  378. intro
    (1) enter
  379. iubeo, ēre, iussi, iussum
    order, command, ask, bid
  380. paro
    (1) prepare
  381. sedeo, ēre, sedi, sessum
    sit, remain, stay
  382. venio, ire, veni, ventum
    come
  383. apertus, a, um
    open
  384. clausus, a, um
    closed
  385. duo, duae, duo
    two
  386. factus, a, um
    done, made
  387. immensus, a, um
    immense
  388. maiorem
    greater
  389. noster, tra, trum
    true
  390. ego
    I
  391. enim
    (postpositive) for, in fact, truly
  392. et ... et
    both ... and
  393. non procul
    not distant, near by
  394. quicquid
    whatever
  395. ubi
    where, when
  396. annus, i
    m. year
  397. anser, anseris
    m. goose
  398. cena, ae
    f. dinner, meal
  399. coniunx, coniugis
    c. husband or wife, spouse
  400. crater, crateris
    m. bowl
  401. custos, custodis
    c. guardian, keeper
  402. homo, hominis
    m. man, human
  403. miraculum, i
    n. miracle
  404. nomen, nominis
    n. name
  405. os, oris
    n. mouth, face
  406. praemim, ii
    n. reward
  407. sacerdos, -dotis
    c. priest, priestess
  408. sacrificium, ii
    n. sacrifice
  409. frondeo, ēre
    put out leaves
  410. prehendo, ere, hendi, hensum
    catch, seize, grasp
  411. timeo, ēre, ui
    fear, be afraid of
  412. vasto
    (1) destroy, lay waste
  413. vivo, ere, vixi, victum
    live
  414. impius, a, um
    wicked, impius
  415. ipse, ipsa, ipsum
    self, himself, herself, itself, themselves, myself, yourself
  416. iustus, a, um
    just, upright, true
  417. receptus, a, um
    received
  418. timidus, a, um
    timid
  419. eos (m.); eas (f.)
    them (acc.)
  420. inter
    + acc. between, among
  421. nos
    us
  422. pro
    + abl. in front of, before
  423. qui
    who (pl.)
  424. quoniam
    since
  425. semper
    always
  426. sine
    + abl. without
  427. vobis
    to you (pl.)

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