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a (ab). from, by. ac (atque). and. ad. to, toward, at, near. aequor, aequoris. expanse, sea. agmen, agminis. stream, current (of water, multitude, throng; series, succession, line; line (of troops), rrmy, march; herd, team (of horses). alius, alia, aliud. another, other;

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a (ab)

from, by



ad

to, toward, at, near


aequor, aequoris

expanse, sea


agmen, agminis

stream, current (of water,

multitude, throng; series,

succession, line; line (of troops),

rrmy, march; herd,

team (of horses)


alius, alia, aliud

another, other;

alii … alii = some … others)


altus,-a, -um

tall, high; deep

Altum = the deep



animus,animi

mind;

plural = courage, pride


ante

Adverb = in front; previously,

before

Preposition = before, in front of


ara,arae

altar


arma, armarum

weapons, arms


arx,arcis

citadel, fortress


at

But, nevertheless


aura,aurae

Air, breeze, wind; atmosphere


aut

or

Aut … aut = either … or)



caelum,caeli

sky, heaven


circum

around


coniunx,coniugis

husband, wife, spouse



cum (conjunction)

when, since, whenever, although



cura, curae

care, anxiety


de

down from, from, concerning,

about




divus (noun)

divum (often = deorum)

god




duco, ducere, duxi, ductus

to lead, take, bring


dum

while, as long as; until


e (ex)

from, out of


ego

I



et

and

et… et = both … and


fama, famae

fame, reputation, story


fatum, fati

fate; death


fero, ferre, tuli, latus

to carry, bring,

bear, say


ferrum, ferri

iron, iron tool;

sword; armed might



for, fari, fatus sum

to speak, talk; to speak

prophetically; to say, tell


gens, gentis

family, clan


hic, haec, hoc

this, the latter


hīc

here


hinc

from this (place, person, time,

thing), hence; next, then



iam

now, already, soon



ille, illa, illud

that, he she, it, the former

that famous


in

in, on, among; into, against,

toward


ingens, ingentis

huge, big


inter

between, among


ipse,ipsa, ipsum

himself, herself, itself,

themselves; very


labor, laboris

work, toil, task, suffering


limen, liminis

threshold, doorway


litus, litoris

seashore, coast



magnus, -a, -um

big, great, large,

loud (voice, laugh)


manus, manūs

hand; band (of men)


medius, -a, -um

mid-, middle of


mens, mentis

mind, heart; purpose, design;

frame of mind, attitude; will


meus, -a, -um

my, mine


miser, misera, miserum

unhappy, miserable, wretched




multus, -a, -um

much

multum, adv. = greatly

multi, -ae, -a = many



nec (neque)

and … not


non

not




numen, numinis

divine power, divine will, divine

sanction; divinity, godhead;

divine presence


nunc

now



omnis, -is, -e

all, the whole, every, each


os, oris

mouth, face, expression



pectus, pectoris

chest, breast


per

through, along, over


peto, petere, petivi, petitus

to seek, look for, aim at, attack



primus, -a, -um

first

primum, adv. = first, at first


-que

and


qui, quae, quod

who, which, that;

After si, nisi, ne or num =

some(one/thing), any(one/thing)


quis

who


regnum, regni

kingdom


res, rei

thing, matter, situation, affair


rex,regis

king


sanguis, -is, -e

blood; family


sed

but


sedes, sedis

seat, center (of some activity);

abode, home



si

if


sic

thus, in this way


socius, socii

companion, comrade; partner,

colleague; ally



sub

under, beneath; down in,

down to, up to



summus, -a, -um

very great, the greatest,

the top of …, highest, supreme


talis, -is, -e

such, like this, of this kind


tantus, -a, -um

so great, such a big


tectum, tecti

roof, ceiling; roofed building,

house, dwelling; shelter


telum, teli

weapon, spear



terra, terrae

earth, ground, land


totus, -a, -um

all, the whole


tu

you


tum

at that momen, then



ubi

where, when


umbra, umbrae

shadow, shade (of the dead)


unus, -a, -um

one; alone, only

Ūna, adv. = together



ut (uti)

as, when;

+ subjunctive = so that, that, to;

how


-ve

or




via, viae

road, street



vinco, vincere, vīci, victus

to win, conquer, overcome



Vis (acc. = vim, able. = vi)

force, amount

(Pl. vires = strength,

military forces)



vox, vocis

voice, utterance, speech, word


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