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  1. advena, ae
    c. stranger
  2. arbor, arboris
    f. tree
  3. Baucis, Baucidis
    f. Baucis
  4. cibus, i
    m. food
  5. dominus, i
    m. master, lord
  6. finis, finis, finium
    m. (or f.) end; pl. boundary
  7. locus, i
    m. (irreg. pl. loca) place
  8. membrum, i
    n. leg (of a table)
  9. mensa, ae
    f. table
  10. Mercurius, ii
    m. Mercury
  11. pars, partis, partium
    f. part
  12. pater, patris
    m. father
  13. Philemon, -monis
    m. Philemon
  14. Phrygia, ae
    f. Phrygia
  15. piscis, piscis, piscium
    m. fish
  16. requies, requietis
    requiem (acc. sing.)
    f. rest
  17. rex, regis
    m. king
  18. senex, senis, senum
    c. old man, woman
  19. servus, i
    m. servant, slave
  20. stagnum, i
    n. pool
  21. vinum, i
    n. wine
  22. dubito
    (1) doubt, hesitate
  23. impero
    • + dat.
    • (1) command, order, bid
  24. intro
    (1) enter
  25. iubeo
    • -ēre, iussi, iussum
    • order, command, ask, bid
  26. paro
    (1) prepare
  27. sedeo
    • -ēre, sedi, sessum
    • sit, remain, stay
  28. venio
    • -ire, veni, ventum
    • come
  29. apertus, a, um
    open
  30. clausus, a, um
    closed
  31. duo, duae, duo
    two
  32. factus, a, um
    done, made
  33. immensus, a, um
    immense
  34. maiorem
    greater
  35. noster, tra, trum
    true
  36. ego
    I
  37. enim
    (postpositive) for, in fact, truly
  38. et ... et
    both ... and
  39. non procul
    not distant, near by
  40. quicquid
    whatever
  41. ubi
    where, when
  42. annus, i
    m. year
  43. anser, anseris
    m. goose
  44. cena, ae
    f. dinner, meal
  45. coniunx, coniugis
    c. husband or wife, spouse
  46. crater, crateris
    m. bowl
  47. custos, custodis
    c. guardian, keeper
  48. homo, hominis
    m. man, human
  49. miraculum, i
    n. miracle
  50. nomen, nominis
    n. name
  51. os, oris
    n. mouth, face
  52. praemim, ii
    n. reward
  53. sacerdos, -dotis
    c. priest, priestess
  54. sacrificium, ii
    n. sacrifice
  55. frondeo
    • -ēre
    • put out leaves
  56. prehendo
    • -ere, hendi, hensum
    • catch, seize, grasp
  57. timeo
    • -ēre, ui
    • fear, be afraid of
  58. vasto
    (1) destroy, lay waste
  59. vivo
    • -ere, vixi, victum
    • live
  60. impius, a, um
    wicked, impius
  61. ipse, ipsa, ipsum
    self, himself, herself, itself, themselves, myself, yourself
  62. iustus, a, um
    just, upright, true
  63. receptus, a, um
    received
  64. timidus, a, um
    timid
  65. eos (m.); eas (f.)
    them (acc.)
  66. inter
    + acc. between, among
  67. nos
    us
  68. pro
    + abl. in front of, before
  69. qui
    who (pl.)
  70. quoniam
    since
  71. semper
    always
  72. sine
    + abl. without
  73. vobis
    to you (pl.)
  74. amor, amoris
    m. love
  75. color, coloris
    m. colour
  76. corpus, corporis
    n. body
  77. Echo
    f. Echo (a nymph)
  78. flos, floris
    m. flower
  79. flumen, fluminis
    n. river
  80. folium, folii
    n. leaf
  81. fons, fontis, fontium
    m. fountain, pool, spring
  82. imago, imaginis
    f. image
  83. iuvenis, iuvenis, iuvenum (gen. pl.)
    c. youth, young person
  84. mons, montis, montium
    m. mountain
  85. Narcissus, Narcissi
    m. Narcissus (a youth)
  86. nox, noctis, noctium
    f. night
  87. potestas, potestatis
    f. power
  88. pudor, pudoris
    m. shame
  89. ripa, ripae
    f. bank of a river
  90. soror, sororis
    f. sister
  91. spelunca, ae
    f. cave
  92. vigor, vigoris
    m. liveliness, force, vigor
  93. vox, vocis
    f. voice
  94. desisto
    • -ere, -stiti, -stitum
    • desist, stop, leave off
  95. devoro
    • (1)
    • consume, devour
  96. humo
    • (1)
    • bury
  97. inquit
    he, she says, said
  98. noceo
    • -ēre, -ui, -itum (+ dat.)
    • harm
  99. paro
    • (1)
    • prepare
  100. pervideo
    • -ēre, -vidi, -visum
    • see through, discern, realize
  101. possum, posse, potui
    can, be able
  102. puto
    • (1)
    • think
  103. reporto
    • (1)
    • carry back, report
  104. tango
    • -ere, tetigi, tactum
    • touch
  105. turbo
    • (1)
    • still, disturb
  106. albus, a, um
    white
  107. alius, ia, iud
    other, another
  108. obscurus, a, um
    dark
  109. vester, tra, trum
    your (pl.)
  110. adhuc
    until now, up to this point
  111. antequam
    before, sooner than
  112. forte
    by chance
  113. haec
    this
  114. nemo, neminem (acc.)
    no one
  115. praeter
    • (+acc.)
    • except
  116. pro
    • (+ abl.)
    • in place of, before, for
  117. quamquam
    although
  118. quem
    • (rel. pro.)
    • whom
  119. Quem
    • (interrog. pro.)
    • Whom
  120. sui, sibi, se, se
    • (reflexive pro.)
    • himself, herself, itself, themselves
  121. tamen
    nevertheless
  122. usque
    • (+ acc)
    • as far as
  123. vos
    you (pl.)
  124. aqua, ae
    f. water
  125. arcus
    m. (4th decl.) bow
  126. arma, armorum
    n. pl. weapons, arms
  127. ars, artis, artium
    f. art, skill
  128. caput, -itis
    n. head
  129. Cupido, -inis
    m. Cupid, Eros, Amor (son of Venus)
  130. Daphne, -es
    • f. Daphne (a nymph)
    • (acc. = -en)
  131. digitus, -i
    m. finger
  132. dolor, doloris
    m. grief
  133. dux, ducis
    m. leader
  134. hostis, hostis, -ium
    m. enemy
  135. laurus, -i
    f. laurel tree
  136. manus
    f. (4th decl.) hand
  137. medicina, -ae
    f. medicine
  138. musica, -ae
    f. music
  139. osculum, -i
    n. kiss
  140. ramus, -i
    m. branch, bough
  141. sol, solis
    m. sun
  142. telum, -i
    n. weapon, dart, missile
  143. Venus, Veneris
    f. Venus (goddess of love)
  144. virgo, -inis
    f. maiden, young woman
  145. vulnus, -eris
    n. wound
  146. cresco
    • -ere, crevi, cretum
    • increase, grow
  147. dico
    • -ere, dixi, dictum
    • say, speak
  148. facio
    • facere, feci, factum
    • make, do
  149. figo
    • figere, fixi, fixum
    • fasten, affix, transfix, pierce
  150. fugo
    • (1)
    • put to flight
  151. nescio
    • -ire, nescivi, nescitum
    • not know, be ignorant of
  152. peto
    • -ere, petivi, petitum
    • seek, ask
  153. supero
    • (1)
    • overcome, conquer
  154. acutus, a, um
    sharp
  155. alter, -era, -erum; alter...alter
    the other; the one...the other
  156. contentus, a, um
    satisfied
  157. hic, haec, hoc
    this; he, she it; the later
  158. ille, illa, illud
    that; he, she, it; the former
  159. obtusus, a, um
    dull, blunt
  160. tuus, a, um
    your (sing.)
  161. ei, eae, ea
    they
  162. is, ea, id
    he, she, it
  163. quod
    which
  164. tu
    you
  165. amans, amantis
    c. one who loves, a lover
  166. consilium, ii
    n. plan, advice
  167. cruou, -oris
    m. blood
  168. domus, -us
    f. house, home
  169. gladius, ii
    m. sword
  170. herba, ae
    f. grass
  171. iter, itineris
    n. road, path, way
  172. mors, mortis, -ium
    f. death
  173. parens, parentis
    c. parent
  174. Pyramus, i
    m. Pyramus (a youth)
  175. tempus, -oris
    n. time
  176. Thisbe, es
    f. Thisbe (a maiden)
  177. vestigium, ii
    n. track, footstep
  178. Bibo
    • Ere, bibi bibitum
    • Drink
  179. Convenio
    • Ire veni ventum
    • Meet, assemble
  180. Fugio
    • Ere fugi fugitum
    • Flee
  181. Pervenio
    • Ire veni ventum
    • Arrive
  182. Quaero
    • Ere quaesivi quaesitum
    • Seek, ask, inquire
  183. Quaeso
    • Ere quaeso (te)
    • Seek, beg, I beg you, please
  184. Relinquo
    • Ere relinqui relictum
    • Leave behind
  185. Sentio
    • Ire sensi sensum
    • Feel, know, sense
  186. Traho
    • Ere traxi tractum
    • Draw, draw out, drag
  187. Venio
    • Ire veni ventum
    • Come
  188. Albus, a, um
    White
  189. Dignus, a, um
    • (+ abl.)
    • Worthy (of)
  190. Vicinus, a, um
    • (+ dat.)
    • Neighbouring, near (to)
  191. E (ex)
    • (+ abl.)
    • Out of, from, out from
  192. Hinc
    Here, on this side, hence
  193. Qui, quae, quod
    Who, which, that
  194. Quia
    Because
  195. Sub
    • (+ acc.) - motion
    • (+ abl.) - no motion
    • Under, beneath
  196. Ut
    As, like
  197. Comes
    • Comitis, c.
    • Companion, sharer
  198. Hora, -ae
    • f.
    • Hour
  199. Periculum, -i
    • n.
    • Danger
  200. Urna, -ae
    • f.
    • Urn, vessel od baked clay
  201. Audio
    • Ire ivi itum
    • Hear
  202. Inquit
    Says, said
  203. Lego
    • Ere legi lectum
    • Read, gather, choose
  204. Mitto
    • Ere misi missum
    • Send
  205. Nomino
    • Are
    • Call, name
  206. Pono
    • Ere posui positum
    • Put, place
  207. Rapio
    • Ere ui raptum
    • Seize, carry off
  208. Incertus, a, um
    Uncertain, unsure
  209. Mortuus, a, um
    Dead
  210. Atque
    And, and also
  211. Nam
    For
  212. Non iam
    Not yet, no longer
  213. Quos
    Whom (acc. Pl.)
  214. Aetas, aetatis
    • f.
    • Age
  215. Audacia, -ae
    • f.
    • Boldness
  216. Certamen, -minis
    • n.
    • Contest, struggle
  217. Cornu, -us
    • n.
    • Horn, end, tip
  218. Cura, -ae
    • f.
    • Care, concern
  219. Cursus, -us
    • m.
    • Running, course
  220. Ignis, ignis, -ium
    • m.
    • Fire
  221. Lex, legis
    • f.
    • Law
  222. Neptunus, -i
    • m.
    • Neptune (sea god)
  223. Rumor, -oris
    • m.
    • Rumour, hearsay
  224. Victoria, -ae
    • f.
    • Victory
  225. Adduco
    • Ere duxi ductum
    • Bring to, draw to, influence
  226. Capio
    • Ere cepi captum
    • Capture, take
  227. Culpo
    • Are
    • Blame
  228. Damno
    • Are
    • Condemn
  229. Eo, ire, ii (ivi), itum
    Go
  230. Ignosco
    • Ere novi notum
    • (+ dat.)
    • Forgive
  231. Moveo
    • - ēre movi motum
    • Move, stir
  232. Scio
    • Scire scivi or scii scitum
    • Know
  233. Sono
    • Are
    • Sound
  234. Supero
    • Are
    • Surpass, rise above, conquer
  235. Vinco
    • Ere vici victum
    • Conquer, defeat, get the better of, vanquish, be victorious
  236. Tantus, a, um
    Such a great, so great
  237. Tardus, a, um
    Late, slow
  238. Victus, a, um
    Conquered, beaten
  239. Fortisan
    Perhaps
  240. Magis
    More
  241. Nisi
    Unless, if...not
  242. Qui, quae, quod
    Who, which, that
  243. Tam
    So
  244. Videtur
    He, she, it seems (passive of see)
  245. Auctor, -oris
    • m.
    • Author
  246. Heros, -ois
    • m.
    • Hero
  247. Liber, -bri
    • m.
    • Book
  248. Pagina, -ae
    • f.
    • Page
  249. Signum, -i
    • n.
    • Signal, sign
  250. Tabula, -ae
    • f.
    • Board, plank, table
  251. Usus, usus
    • m.
    • Use, practice
  252. Adoro
    • Are
    • Adore
  253. Curro
    • Ere carpsi carptum
    • Run
  254. Duco
    • Ere duxi ductum
    • Lead
  255. Gaudeo
    • -ēre, gavisus sum (only has passive forms in perfect tense)
    • rejoice
  256. Iacio
    • Ere ieci iactum
    • Throw
  257. Posco
    • Ere poposci
    • Request, demand
  258. Promitto
    • Ere misi promissum
    • Promise
  259. Scribo
    • Ere scripsi ptum
    • Write
  260. Aureus, a, um
    Golden
  261. Medius, a, um
    Middle of
  262. Motus, a, um
    Moved, influenced
  263. Summus, a, um
    Top of, highest
  264. Tertius, a, um
    Third
  265. Facile
    Easily
  266. Forte
    By chance
  267. Iam
    Now, already
  268. Igitur
    Therefore
  269. Non solum...sed etiam
    Not only...but also
  270. Quomodo
    How, in what manner
  271. Hoc modo
    In this manner, thus
  272. Aurum, i
    • N
    • Gold
  273. Bacchus, i
    • M
    • Bacchus (god of wine)
  274. Dies, diei
    • M
    • Day
  275. Res, rei
    • F
    • Thing, object; pl. Situation
  276. Saxum, i
    • N
    • Rock, stone
  277. Vis (only occurs in nom, acc, and abl in the singular)
    • F
    • Force, strength; touch
    • Acc- vim; abl- vi
    • Plural: n- vires, g- virium, d- viribus, ac- vires, ab- viribus
  278. Credo
    • Ere, credidi, creditim + dat
    • Believe trust
  279. Lavo
    • Are, lavi, lautum or lotum
    • Wash
  280. Remitto
    • Ere, remisi, remissum
    • Send back, let go back, drive away
  281. Removeo
    • -ēre, removi, remotum
    • Remove, take away, put off
  282. Transeo
    • Ire, transii (transivi), transitum
    • Go across, pass over, cross
  283. Altus, a, um
    Tall, lofty, deep, high
  284. Omnis, e
    Each, every; pl all
  285. Secundus, a, um
    Following, favourable, second
  286. Talis, e
    Such (a)
  287. Atque (ac)
    And, and also
  288. Cum (conj)
    When
  289. Simul
    At the same time
  290. Apollo, -inis
    • m.
    • Apollo (god of music and medicine)
  291. auris, auris, -ium
    • f.
    • ear
  292. carmen, -inis
    • n.
    • song
  293. iudex, -icis
    • m.
    • judge
  294. iudicium, -ii
    • n.
    • judgement
  295. ventus, -i
    • m.
    • wind
  296. canto
    • (1)
    • sing, make music
  297. coepi
    • coepisse, coeptum (defective)
    • (in perfect stem only)
    • began
  298. colo
    • colere, -ui, cultum
    • till, cultivate, honour, worship
  299. conor
    • conari, conatus sum
    • (deponent)
    • attempt, try
  300. desum
    • -esse, -fui, -futurum
    • be absent, be lacking, missing
  301. gero
    • -ere, gessi, gestum
    • bear, carry, wear, accomplish, do
  302. libero
    • (1)
    • free, set free, liberate
  303. loquor
    • loqui, locutus sum
    • (deponent)
    • speak, say
  304. miror
    • mirari, miratus sum
    • (deponent)
    • wonder at
  305. patior
    • pati, passus sum
    • (deponent)
    • allow, suffer, permit
  306. orior
    • oriri, ortus sum
    • (deponent)
    • rise
  307. repono
    • -ere, -posui, -positum
    • put back, replace
  308. submitto
    • -ere, -misi, -missum
    • put down, lower, humble, yield
  309. vereor
    • vereri, veritus sum
    • (deponent)
    • fear, be afraid
  310. dexter, -tra, -trum
    right, skillful
  311. humanus, -a, -um
    human, humane
  312. sinister, -tra, -trum
    left, adverse
  313. nam
    for
  314. postea
    afterwards, thereafter, after that
  315. tum
    then

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