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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


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;

alii … alii = some … others)


altus,-a, -um

tall, high; deep

Altum = the deep


amor,amoris

love


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)


bellum,belli

war


caelum,caeli

sky, heaven


circum

around


coniunx,coniugis

husband, wife, spouse


corpus,corporis

body


cum (conjunction)

when, since, whenever, although


cum (preposition)

with


cura, curae

care, anxiety


de

down from, from, concerning,

about


deus, dei (di)

god


dico,dicere, dixi, dictus

to say, tell


divus (noun)

divum (often = deorum)

god


do, dare, dedi, datus

to give


domus,domūs

house


duco, ducere, duxi, ductus

to lead, take, bring


dum

while, as long as; until


e (ex)

from, out of


ego

I


eo, ire, ii

to go


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


flamma, flammae

flame


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


hostis, hostis

enemy


iam

now, already, soon


ignis, ignis

fire


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


locus, loci

place


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


moenia, moeniorum

walls


mors, mortis

death


multus, -a, -um

much

multum, adv. = greatly

multi, -ae, -a = many


natus, nati

son


nec (neque)

and … not


non

not


noster, nostra, nostrum

our


nox, noctis

night


numen, numinis

divine power, divine will, divine

sanction; divinity, godhead;

divine presence


nunc

now


oculus, oculi

eye


omnis, -is, -e

all, the whole, every, each


os, oris

mouth, face, expression


pater, patris

father


pectus, pectoris

chest, breast


per

through, along, over


peto, petere, petivi, petitus

to seek, look for, aim at, attack


possum, posse, potui

to be able


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


sequor, sequi, secutus sum

to follow


si

if


sic

thus, in this way


socius, socii

companion, comrade; partner,

colleague; ally


sto, stare, steti, status

to stand


sub

under, beneath; down in,

down to, up to


sum,esse, fui

to be


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


teneo, tenēre, tenui

to hold


terra, terrae

earth, ground, land


totus, -a, -um

all, the whole


tu

you


tum

at that momen, then


tuus, -a, -um

your


ubi

where, when


umbra, umbrae

shadow, shade (of the dead)


unus, -a, -um

one; alone, only

Ūna, adv. = together


urbs, urbis

city


ut (uti)

as, when;

+ subjunctive = so that, that, to;

how


-ve

or


venio, venire, vēni

to come


ventus, venti

wind


via, viae

road, street


video, vidēre, vidī, visus

to see


vinco, vincere, vīci, victus

to win, conquer, overcome


vir, viri

man


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

force, amount

(Pl. vires = strength,

military forces)


voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatus

to call, invite


vox, vocis

voice, utterance, speech, word


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