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Chapters 28-52. Ecce Romani Vocabulary. Purus, pura , purum. Spotless, clean, white Derivatives? Pure, purity, purify, Puritan. Cano, canere , cecini , cantus. To sing. Ludus , ludi , m. Game, school Derivatives?

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chapters 28 52

Chapters 28-52

Ecce Romani Vocabulary

purus pura purum
Purus, pura, purum
  • Spotless, clean, white
  • Derivatives?
  • Pure, purity, purify, Puritan
ludus ludi m
Ludus, ludi, m.
  • Game, school
  • Derivatives?
  • Ludicrous, elude, delusional, delude, allude, allusion, postlude, interlude
intersum interesse interfui interfuturus
Intersum, interesse, interfui, interfuturus
  • To be important
  • Derivatives?
  • Interest, interesting
saevus saeva saevum
Saevus, saeva, saevum
  • Fierce, savage
  • Derivatives?
  • Savage, savagery
nusquam
nusquam
  • nowhere
verbum verbi n
Verbum, verbi, n.
  • Word, verb
  • Derivatives?
  • Verb, verbatim, verbose, verbal
lingua linguae f
Lingua, linguae, f.
  • Tongue, language
  • Derivatives?
  • Linguist, lingual, bilingual
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post
  • After, later
  • Derivatives?
  • Post mortem, post-apocalyptic, post scriptum
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sic
  • Thus, in this way
  • Derivatives?
  • “Sic semper tyrannis”
comes comitis m f
Comes, comitis, m/f.
  • Companion
  • Derivatives?
  • Concomitant
bellum belli n
Bellum, belli, n.
  • War
  • Derivatives?
  • Belligerent, antebellum
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Ante
  • Previously, before
  • Derivatives?
  • Antebellum, antemortem
limen liminis n
Limen, liminis, n.
  • Threshold, doorway
  • Derivatives?
  • Limen, liminal threshold
hortor hortari horatus sum
Hortor, hortari, horatus sum
  • To encourage, urge
  • Derivatives?
  • Hortatory, exhort (urge)
moneo mon re monui monitus
Moneo, monēre, monui, monitus
  • To advise, warn
  • Derivatives?
  • Admonish (caution), premonition
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ne
  • Not to…
  • Introduces indirect commands
utrum an
Utrum…an…
  • Whether…or…
mos moris m
Mos, moris, m.
  • Custom
  • Derivatives?
  • Mores, moral, morality, immoral
si quis
Si quis
  • If anyone
urgeo urg re ursi
Urgeo, urgēre, ursi
  • To press, insist
  • Derivatives?
  • Urge, urgent
intellego intellegere intellexi intellectus
Intellego, intellegere, intellexi, intellectus
  • To understand
  • Derivatives?
  • Intelligence, intellect
lateo latere latui
Lateo, latere, latui
  • To lie in hiding
  • Derivatives?
  • Latent
re vera
Re vera
  • Really, actually
  • Derivatives? (Of vera, truth)
  • Verify, veracity, veritable
arena arenae f
Arena, arenae(f)
  • Arena, sand
  • Derivatives?
  • Arena
saeculum saeculi n
Saeculum, saeculi (n)
  • Age, era
  • Derivatives?
  • Secular
ostendo ostendere ostendi ostentus
Ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostentus
  • To show, point out
  • Derivatives?
  • Ostentatious, ostensible
soleo sol re solitus sum
Soleo, solēre, solitus sum
  • To be accustomed (to)
  • Derivatives?
  • Insolent, solecism, obsolete
valeo val re valui valiturus
Valeo, valēre, valui, valiturus
  • To be well, to be strong
  • Derivatives?
  • Valor, valiant, valid, valuable, valedictorian, valediction
obsideo obsid re obsedi obsessus
Obsideo, obsidēre, obsedi, obsessus
  • To besiege
  • Derivatives?
  • Obsession, obsessed
mare maris n
Mare, maris (n.)
  • Sea
  • Derivatives?
  • Maritime, marine, submarine
navis navis f
Navis, navis (f.)
  • Ship
  • Derivatives?
  • Navy, naval, navigate, circumnavigate
patior pati passus sum
Patior, pati, passus sum
  • To suffer, endure
  • Derivatives?
  • Patient, patience, passive, compassion
navigo navigare navigavi navigatus
Navigo, navigare, navigavi, navigatus
  • To sail
  • Derivatives?
  • Navigate, navigable, circumnavigate
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Inde
  • From there, then
  • Derivatives?
  • Indigenous
altus alta altum
Altus, alta, altum
  • Tall, high, deep
  • Derivatives?
  • Altitude, exalt
terra terrae
Terra, terrae
  • Earth, land, ground
  • Derivatives?
  • Subterranean, terrace, terrain, inter, extra-terrestrial (ET)
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Quot…?
  • How many…?
  • Derivatives?
  • Quota, quotation
repello repellere reppuli repulsus
Repello, repellere, reppuli, repulsus
  • To drive off, drive back
  • Derivatives?
  • Repel, repellant, repulse, repulsive
poena poenae f
Poena, poenae (f)
  • Punishment, penalty
  • Derivatives?
  • Subpoena, penalty, penal, penitentiary, penalize
audeo aud re ausus sum
Audeo, audēre, ausus sum
  • To dare
  • Derivatives?
  • Audacity, audacious
desilio desilire desilui
Desilio, desilire, desilui
  • To leap down
  • Derivatives?
  • Desultory
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Inde
  • From there
  • Derivatives?
  • Indigenous
disco discere didici
Disco, discere, didici
  • To learn
  • Derivatives?
  • Discern, discover
verus a um
Verus, -a, -um
  • True
  • Derivatives?
  • Verify, veritable, veracious
cupio cupere cupivi cupitus
Cupio, cupere, cupivi, cupitus
  • To want, desire
  • Derivatives?
  • Cupid
crudelis is e
Crudelis, -is, -e
  • Cruel
  • Derivatives?
  • Cruel, cruelty, crude
primo
Primo
  • First, at first
  • Derivatives?
  • Primal, primate, primogeniture
mitis mitis mite
Mitis, mitis, mite
  • Gentle
  • Derivative?
  • Mitigate
contra
Contra
  • Against, opposite
  • Derivatives?
  • Counter, contrary, contradict, contrast
turba turbae f
Turba, turbae (f)
  • Crowd
  • Derivatives?
  • Turbulent
pugna pugnae f
Pugna, pugnae (f)
  • Fight, battle
  • Derivatives?
  • Pugnacious, repugnant
libenter
Libenter
  • Freely, gladly
condo condere condidi conditus
Condo, condere, condidi, conditus
  • To found, establish
  • Derivatives?
  • Abscond
kalendae
Kalendae
  • The Kalends (1st day of the month)
  • Derivative?
  • Calendar
persuadeo persuad re persuasi persuasus
Persuadeo, persuadēre, persuasi, persuasus
  • To make something agreeable, to persuade someone
  • Derivatives?
  • Persuade, persuasive, persuasion
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hūc
  • Here, At this place
tristis is e
Tristis, -is, -e
  • Sad
  • Derivatives?
  • Tristful
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sane
  • Of course, certainly
consul c nsulis
Consul, cōnsulis
  • Consul
  • Derivatives?
  • Consul, consulship
audax audacis
Audax, audacis
  • Bold, brave
  • Derivatives?
  • Audacity, audacious
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-que
  • and
nonae
Nonae
  • The Nones (5th day of the month)
pridie
pridie
  • On the day before
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Sis
  • If you wish, please
r rsus
rūrsus
  • again
adulescens adulescentis
Adulescens, adulescentis
  • Young man
  • Derivatives?
  • Adolescent, adolescence
paedagogus paedagogi
Paedagogus, paedagogi
  • Tutor
  • Derivatives?
  • Pedagogy, pedagogical
ludus ludi
Ludus, ludi
  • Game, school
  • Derivatives?
  • Elude, elusive, delude, delusional, ludicrous, prelude, interlude
experior experiri expertus sum
Experior, experiri, expertus sum
  • To test, try (attempt)
  • Derivatives?
  • Experiment, experience, expert, expertise
eruditus a um
Eruditus, -a, -um
  • Learned, scholarly
  • Derivatives?
  • Erudite, erudition
magister i
Magister, -i
  • Teacher
  • Derivatives?
  • magistrate
cotidie
cotidie
  • Daily
  • Derivatives?
  • Quotidian
ingredior ingredi ingressus sum
Ingredior, ingredi, ingressus sum
  • To go in, to enter
  • Derivatives?
  • Ingredient, ingress
utilis is e
Utilis, -is, -e
  • Useful
  • Derivatives?
  • Utility, utilize
loquor loqui locutus sum
Loquor, loqui, locutus sum
  • To speak, talk
  • Derivatives?
  • Loquacious, eloquent, soliloquy, ventriloquist, elocution
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vel
  • or
verero ver ri veritus sum
Verero, verēri, veritus sum
  • To be afraid, to fear
  • Derivatives?
  • Revere, reverend, irreverent
tollo tollere sustuli sublatus
Tollo, tollere, sustuli, sublatus
  • To raise, lift
  • Derivatives?
  • Extol
miror mirari miratus sum
Miror, mirari, miratus sum
  • To wonder
  • Derivatives?
  • Mirror, mirage, miraculous
aciter
Aciter
  • Fiercely
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Tot
  • So many
quasi
Quasi
  • As if
  • Derivatives?
  • Quasi
committo committere commisi commissus
Committo, committere, commisi, commissus
  • To bring together
  • Derivatives?
  • Committee, commission
voluptas voluptatis f
Voluptas, voluptatis (f)
  • Pleasure, delight
  • Derivatives?
  • Voluptuous
crudelitas crudelitatis f
Crudelitas, crudelitatis (f)
  • cruelty
  • Derivatives
  • Crude, cruelty
impetus impetus m
Impetus, impetus (m)
  • Attack
  • Derivatives?
  • Impetuous
benevolentia benevolentia f
Benevolentia, benevolentia, f.
  • Kindness
  • Derivatives?
  • Benevolence
neglego neglegere neglexi neglectus
Neglego, neglegere, neglexi, neglectus
  • To neglect
  • Derivatives?
  • Negligent, neglect
summus summa summum
Summus, summa, summum
  • Highest, greatest
  • Derivatives
  • Summary, summit, consummate, sum
securus secura securum
Securus, secura, securum
  • Carefree, unconcerned
  • Derivatives
  • Security, secure, insecure
pronus prona pronum
Pronus, prona, pronum
  • Face down
  • Derivatives
  • Prone, pronate
gravis gravis grave
Gravis , gravis grave
  • Serious, heavy
  • Derivatives
  • Gravity, grave, engrave, aggravate, gravitate
ligo ligare ligavi ligatum
Ligoligare,ligaviligatum
  • Tie, bind
  • Derivative:
  • Ligament, ligature
vulnus vulneris n
Vulnus, vulneris (n)
  • Wound
  • Derivatives?
  • Vulnerable, invulnerable, vulnerary
deus dei m
Deus, dei (m)
  • God
  • Derivatives
  • deity, deify, deism
  • French: adieu
  • Spanish: adios
credo credere credidi creditus
Credo, credere, credidi, creditus
  • To trust, believe
  • Derivatives?
  • Credence, credentials, credible, incredible, discredit, miscreant
ferox ferox ferocis
Ferox, ferox, ferocis
  • Fierce
  • Derivatives?
  • Ferocious, ferocity
breviter
Breviter
  • Briefly
  • Derivatives?
  • Brief, brevity, abbreviate
ut non
Ut…non
  • That…not
spondeo spond re spopondi sponsus
Spondeo, spondēre, spopondi, sponsus
  • To promise
  • Derivatives?
  • Depsondent
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ita
  • Thus, in such a way
lucet luc re luxit
Lucet, lucēre, luxit
  • It is light, it is day
  • Derivatives?
  • Lucid, elucidate, translucent
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sic
  • Thus, in this way
  • Remember: sic semper tyrannis!
sol solis m
Sol, solis, m.
  • Sun
  • Derivatives?
  • Solarium, solar, solstice
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tam
  • so
texo texere texui textus
Texo, texere, texui, textus
  • To weave
  • Derivatives?
  • Texture, textile
tela ae f
Tela, -ae (f)
  • Web, fabric
quantum
Quantum…!
  • How much…!
  • Derivatives?
  • Quantity, quantify, quantitative, quantifiable
foras
Foras
  • Outside
  • Derivatives?
  • Forage
dicitur
Dicitur
  • He/she/it is said
  • Derivatives?
  • Diction, dictionary, valediction
studium i n
Studium, -i (n)
  • Enthusiasm
  • Derivatives?
  • Study, studious
sinister sinistra sinistrum
Sinister, sinistra, sinistrum
  • Left
  • Derivatives?
  • Sinister
spero sperare sparavi speratus
Spero, sperare, sparavi, speratus
  • To hope
  • Derivative?
  • Inspire, inspiration, despair
imperator imparatoris m
Imperator, imparatoris (m)
  • Commander, emperor
  • Derivatives?
  • Imperative, imperious
contineo contin re continui contentus
Contineo, continēre, continui, contentus
  • To hold, confine
  • Derivatives?
  • Contain, incontinence
negotiosus negotiosa negotiosum
Negotiosus, negotiosa, negotiosum
  • Busy
  • Derivatives?
  • Negotiate
ludus i m
Ludus, -i (m)
  • School, game
fio fieri factus sum
Fio, fieri, factus sum
  • To become, be made
ambo ambae ambo
Ambo, ambae, ambo
  • Both
  • Derivatives?
  • Ambi+ (ambivalent, ambidextrous)
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fere
  • almost
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Num…?
  • Surely…not?
constat
Constat
  • It is agreed
puto putare putavi putatus
Puto, putare, putavi, putatus
  • To think, consider
  • Derivatives?
  • Putative, repute, reputation
prudenter
prudenter
  • Wisely
  • Derivatives:
  • Prudent, imprudent, prude, prudential
nimis
nimis
  • Too much
pessimus pessima pessimum
Pessimus, pessima, pessimum
  • Worst
  • Derivatives:
  • Pessimist, pessimistic
sino sinere sivi situm
Sino sineresivisitum
  • Allow
  • Derivatives?
  • From 4th principal part: site, situation, situated
misceo miscere miscui mixtum
Misceomisceremiscuimixtum
  • Mix
  • Derivatives
  • Mixture, mix, miscellaneous, promiscuous, remix
invoco invocare invocavi invocatum
Invoco, invocare, invocavi, invocatum
  • Call in
  • Derivatives:
  • Invocation, invoke
haurio haurire hausi haustum
Hauriohaurirehausihaustum
  • Drain
  • Derivatives
  • Exhaust, inexhaustible, haustellum
creo creare creavi creatum
Creo, creare, creavicreatum
  • Appoint, create
  • Derivatives?
  • Creation, recreation, create, procreate, creative, creature
modus modi m
Modus, modi (m)
  • Method, way
  • Derivatives?
  • Modus operandi, mode, modem, commode, modality, moderate, model, modest, modify, moderator
cura curae f
Cura, curae, f.
  • Care
  • Derivatives?
  • Cure, curable, curator
amor amoris m
Amor, amoris, m.
  • Love
  • Derivatives?
  • Amorous, amateur
canis canis m
Canis, canis, m.
  • Dog
  • Derivatives?
  • canine
flos floris m
Flos, floris, m.
  • Flower
  • Derivatives?
  • Floral, florist
dono donare donavi donatus
Dono, donare, donavi, donatus
  • To give
  • Derivatives?
  • Donate, donation, condone
placeo plac re placui
Placeo, placēre, placui
  • To please
  • Derivatives?
  • Placate, complacent, placebo
fio fieri factus sum1
Fio, fieri, factus sum
  • To become, be made, be done, happen
ebrius a um
Ebrius, -a, -um
  • Drunk
  • Derivatives?
  • Inebriated
brevis is e
Brevis, -is, -e
  • Short
  • Derivatives?
  • Abbreviate, brief, brevity
celer celeris celere
Celer, celeris, celere
  • Fast, swift
  • Derivatives?
  • Accelerate, decelerate, celerity
foedus a um
Foedus, -a, -um
  • Filthy, disgusting
facilis is e
Facilis, -is, -e
  • Easy
  • Derivatives?
  • Facilitate, facility
felix felicis felicis
Felix, felicis, felicis
  • Lucky, fortunate
  • Derivatives?
  • Felicity, felicitous
magis
magis
  • Too much
ne quidem
Ne…quidem
  • Not even
et et
Et…et
  • Both…and
optime
optime
  • Very well, excellently
  • Derivatives?
  • Optimum, optimistic
populus populi m
Populus, populi (m)
  • People
  • Derivatives?
  • Popular, population
donum doni n
Donum, doni (n)
  • Gift
  • Donation, donor, condone
postremo
Postremo
  • Finally
quo maior eo plus
Quo maior…, eo plus
  • The greater…, the more
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ut
  • That
ceteri ceterae cetera
Ceteri, ceterae, cetera
  • The rest, others
  • Derivatives?
  • Et cetera
vulnero vulnerare vulnaravi vulneratus
Vulnero, vulnerare, vulnaravi, vulneratus
  • To wound
  • Derivatives?
  • Vulnerable
pestilentia ae f
Pestilentia, -ae, f.
  • Plague
  • Derivatives?
  • Pestilence
scindo scindere scidi scissus
Scindo, scindere, scidi, scissus
  • To cut, split, carve, tear
  • Derivatives?
  • Scissors, rescind
edo esse edi esus
Edo, esse, edi, esus
  • To eat
  • Derivatives?
  • Edible, inedible, comestible
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Una
  • Together
  • Possible derivatives….unify, unity, etc.
postea
Postea
  • Afterward
  • Derivatives?
  • Postmortem, postpartum, postlude
coquus coqui m
Coquus, coqui, m.
  • Cook
  • Derivatives?
  • Concoction, biscuit
inter
Inter
  • Between, among
  • Derivatives?
  • Interlude, intermission, interoffice, interracial, interrogate
forte
Forte
  • By chance
  • Derivatives?
  • Fortunate, fortuitous
uva uvae f
Uva, uvae, f.
  • Grape
  • Derivatives?
  • Uvula
procedo procedere processi processurus
Procedo, procedere, processi, processurus
  • To go forward
  • Derivatives?
  • Proceed, procession, procedure
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Euge!
  • Hooray!
tamquam
Tamquam
  • Just as if
umbra umbrae f
Umbra, umbrae, f.
  • Shade, shadow
  • Derivatives?
  • Umbrella, somber, umbridge
locus loci m
Locus, loci, m.
  • Place
  • Derivatives?
  • Location, locale, dislocate, localize, locomotion
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adeo
  • So, so much, to such an extent
gens gentis f
Gens, gentis, f.
  • Family, clan
  • Derivatives?
  • Generation, genus, primogeniture
oprtet oprt re oportuit
Oprtet, oprtēre, oportuit
  • It is right, it is fitting
observo observare observavi observatus
Observo, observare, observavi, observatus
  • To watch
  • Derivatives?
  • Observe, observation, observatory
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tot
  • So many
serenus serena serenum
Serenus, serena, serenum
  • Clear, bright
  • Derivatives?
  • Serenity, serene
nuper
nuper
  • recently
impero imperare imperavi imperatus
Impero, imperare, imperavi, imperatus
  • To order
  • Derivatives?
  • Imperative, imperial
supero superare superavi superatus
Supero, superare, superavi, superatus
  • To overcome
  • Derivatives?
  • Insuperable
coorior cooriri coortus sum
Coorior, cooriri, coortus sum
  • To rise up, arise
  • Derivatives?
  • NONE…IT’S WHAT FALCONS DO!
quoniam
quoniam
  • since
pauper pauper pauperis
Pauper, pauper, pauperis
  • Poor
  • Derivatives?
  • Pauper
digitus digiti m
Digitus, digiti, m.
  • Finger
  • Derivatives?
  • Digit, digital
ventus venti m
Ventus, venti, m.
  • Wind
  • Derivatives?
  • Vent, ventricle, ventricular, ventilation
evado evadere evasi evasus
Evado, evadere, evasi, evasus
  • To escape
  • Derivatives?
  • Evade, evasion
cognosco cognoscere cognovi cognitus
Cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi, cognitus
  • To find out, learn
  • Derivatives?
  • Cognitive, recognize, incognito
di immortales
Di immortales!
  • OMG! Good heavens!
  • Derivatives?
  • Immortal, immortality
unda undae f
Unda, undae, f.
  • Wave
  • Derivatives?
  • Undulate, inundated, redundant
ignis ignis m
Ignis, ignis (m.)
  • Fire
  • Derivatives?
  • Ignite, ignition, igneous
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casu
  • By chance, accidently
  • Derivatives?
  • Cause, casualties, casual
circum
Circum
  • Around
  • Derivatives?
  • Circumference, circumnavigate, circumvent
ovum ovi n
Ovum, ovi (n.)
  • Egg
  • Derivatives?
  • Oval, ovary, ovarian
regnum regni
Regnum, regni
  • Kingdom
  • Derivatives?
  • Reign, regal, region, interregnum
inferi inferorum m pl
Inferi, inferorum (m. pl.)
  • The underworld, the gods of the underworld
  • Derivative?
  • Infernal, inferior, inferno
iussa iussorum n pl
Iussa, iussorum (n. pl.)
  • Orders, commands
  • Derivatives?
  • Issue
coquo coquere coxi coctus
Coquo, coquere, coxi, coctus
  • To cook
  • Derivatives?
  • Cook, concoction
deicio deicere deieci deiectus
Deicio, deicere, deieci, deiectus
  • To throw down, to fall
  • Derivatives?
  • Deject, dejected
affero affere attuli allatus
Affero, affere, attuli, allatus
  • To bring to, to bring in
  • Derivatives?
  • Afferent
effundo effundere affudi effusus
Effundo, effundere, affudi, effusus
  • To pour out
  • Derivatives?
  • effusive
aufero auferre abstuli ablatus
Aufero, auferre, abstuli, ablatus
  • To carry away, to take away
comiter
comiter
  • Courteously, graciously
contra1
contra
  • Against
  • Derivatives?
  • Contradiction, contrary, contrast, contravene, counter
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quo
  • There, to that place
convalesco convalescere convalui
Convalesco, convalescere, convalui
  • To get well, grow stronger
  • Derivatives?
  • Convalescence, convalescent
resisto resistere restiti
Resisto, resistere, restiti
  • To resist
  • Derivatives?
  • Resist, resistance
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cum
  • With, when, since, because, although
  • Derivatives?
  • Prefix (co-): cooperate, accompany, collaborate, commiserate
senex senis m
Senex, senis, m.
  • Old man
  • Derivatives?
  • Senile, senility, senescent
pecunia pecuniae f
Pecunia, pecuniae, f.
  • Money
  • Derivatives?
  • Pecuniary, impecunious
calor caloris m
Calor, caloris, m.
  • Heat
  • Derivatives?
  • Calorie, caloric
potuis quam
Potuis quam
  • Rather than
prehendo prehendere prehendi presensus
Prehendo, prehendere, prehendi, presensus
  • To seize, grasp
  • Derivatives?
  • Prehensile, apprehend, apprise, reprise, prison
sella ae f
Sella, -ae (f)
  • Sedan chair
fur furis m
Fur, furis (m)
  • Thief
  • Derivatives?
  • Furtive
subsequor subsequi subsecutus sum
Subsequor, subsequi, subsecutus sum
  • To follow (up)
  • derivatives?
  • Subsequent
consilium capere
Consiliumcapere
  • To adopt a plan
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Nec
  • And not
consilium i n
Consilium, -i (n)
  • Plan
  • Derivatives?
  • Consiliary
sentio sentire sesi sensus
Sentio, sentire, sesi, sensus
  • To feel, notice
  • Derivatives?
  • Sense, sensitive, consensus, sentient, consent
vultus vultus m
Vultus, vultus (m)
  • Face
  • Derivatives?
  • Vulture
caro carnis f
Caro, carnis (f)
  • Meat
  • Derivatives?
  • Carnivore, carnal, carnage, incarnation
multus a um
Multus, -a, -um
  • Much, many
  • Derivatives?
  • Multiple, multitude
notus a um
Notus, -a, -um
  • Known
  • Derivatives?
  • Notable, notorious
recte
Recte
  • Rightly, properly
  • Derivatives?
  • Rectify, correct, direct
umbra umbrae f1
Umbra, umbrae (f)
  • Shadow, shade
  • Derivatives?
  • Umbrage
pretium pretii n
Pretium, pretii (n)
  • Price
  • Derivatives?
  • Price, appraisal, depreciate, appreciation
addo addere addidi additus
Addo, addere, addidi, additus
  • To add
  • Derivatives?
  • Addition, additive, addendum
optimus optima optimum
Optimus, optima, optimum
  • Best, very good, excellent
  • Derivatives?
  • Optimal, optimist
gratis
Gratis
  • Free, for nothing
  • Derivatives?
  • Gratuity, gratify, gracious
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Immo
  • Rather, on the contrary
accipio accipere accepi acceptus
Accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptus
  • To receive, get, welcome
  • Derivatives?
  • Accept, acceptance, acceptable
reprehendo reprehendere reprehendi reprehensus
Reprehendo, reprehendere, reprehendi, reprehensus
  • To blame, scold
  • Derivatives?
  • Reprehend, reprehensible
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Vero
  • Really, truly, indeed
  • Derivatives?
  • Verily, verify, very
bibo bibere bibi
Bibo, bibere, bibi
  • To drink
  • Derivatives?
  • Imbibe
perdo perdere perdidi perditus
Perdo, perdere, perdidi, perditus
  • To destroy
  • Derivatives?
  • Perdition
virgo virginis f
Virgo, virginis (f)
  • Maiden
  • Derivatives?
  • Virgin, virgo
moriturus moritura moriturum
Moriturus, moritura, moriturum
  • About to die
  • Derivatives? (from mortuus)
  • Mortician, mortgage, mortify
eo magis
Eomagis
  • All the more
ingenium ingenii n
Ingenium, ingenii, n.
  • Intelligence, ingenuity
  • Derivatives?
  • Ingenious, ingenuity, disingenuous (dishonest), ingénue
fides fidei f
Fides, fidei, f.
  • Good faith, trust reliability
  • Derivatives?
  • Fidelity, bona fide, diffident (shy)
posterus postera posterum
Posterus, postera, posterum
  • Next, following
  • Posterity
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ut
  • To
  • Introduces indirect commands
gratias agere
Gratiasagere
  • To thank
  • Derivatives (of gratias)
  • Gratitude, gratify
dimitto dimittere dimisi dimissus
Dimitto, dimittere, dimisi, dimissus
  • To send away
  • Derivatives?
  • Dismiss, dismissive
infirmus infirma infirmum
Infirmus, infirma, infirmum
  • Weak, shaky, frail
  • Derivatives?
  • Infirmary, infirmity
quaero quaerere quaesivi quaesitus
Quaero, quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitus
  • To seek
  • To look for
  • To ask
  • Derivatives?
  • Inquest, inquisition, inquisitive, query, quest, question, questionable, questionnaire, request, require, requisition
commoveo commovere commovi commotus
Commoveo, commovere, commovi, commotus
  • To move
  • To upset
  • Derivatives?
  • Commotion
opprimo opprimere oppressi oppressus
Opprimo, opprimere, oppressi, oppressus
  • To overwhelm
  • Derivatives?
  • Oppress, oppression, oppressed, oppressive
eicio eicere eieci eiectus
Eicio, eicere, eieci, eiectus
  • To throw out
  • Derivatives?
  • Eject
parvus parva parvum
Parvus, parva, parvum
  • Small
  • Derivatives?
  • Parvovirus
paene
Paene
  • Almost
  • Derivatives?
  • Peninsula, peninsular, penumbra
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Vis
  • Force
  • Strength
  • Amount
  • Derivatives?
  • Vim
dubium dubii
Dubium, dubii
  • Doubt
  • Derivatives?
  • Dubious, indubitably
ipse ipsa ipsum
Ipse, ipsa, ipsum
  • Himself, herself, itself
fumus fumi
Fumus, fumi
  • Smoke
  • Derivatives?
  • Fume, fumigate
aufugio aufugere aufugi
Aufugio, aufugere, aufugi
  • To run away
  • To escape
  • Derivatives?
  • Fugitive, refugee, refuge, fugacious
vestis vestis
Vestis, vestis
  • Clothing, garment
  • Derivatives?
  • Vest
eripio eripere eripio ereptus
Eripio, eripere, eripio, ereptus
  • To snatch (away from)
  • Ex + arripere
delecto delectare delectavi delectatus
Delecto, delectare, delectavi, delectatus
  • To delight
  • To amuse
  • Derivatives?
  • Delight, delectable, delicacy, delightful
libertus liberti
Libertus, liberti
  • Freedman
  • Derivatives?
  • Liberty, liberate, liberation
finis finis
Finis, finis
  • End
  • Derivatives?
  • Finish, finite, infinite, confine, define, final
mendicus mendici
Mendicus, mendici
  • Beggar
  • Derivatives?
  • Mendicant
concurso concursare concursavi concursatus
Concurso, concursare, concursavi, concursatus
  • To run about
  • Derivatives?
  • Concourse
recumbo recumbere recubui
Recumbo, recumbere, recubui
  • To recline, to lie down
elegantissimus a um
Elegantissimus, -a, -um
  • Most elegant
  • Derivatives?
  • Elegant, elegance
rixa rixae
Rixa, rixae
  • Quarrel
glis gliris
Glis, gliris
  • Dormouse
sella sellae
Sella, sellae
  • Sedan chair
vendo vendere vendidi venditus
Vendo, vendere, vendidi, venditus
  • To sell
  • Derivatives?
  • Vendor, vending machine
vexatus vexata vexatum
Vexatus, vexata, vexatum
  • Annoyed
  • Derivatives?
  • Vexed, vex, vexing, vexation, vexatious
neglegenter
Neglegenter
  • Carelessly
  • Derivatives?
  • Negligence, negligent, negligible, neglect, negligee
qui quae quod
Qui, quae, quod
  • Who?, which?
crines crinium
Crines, crinium
  • Hair
  • Derivatives?
  • Crinoline
speculum specula
Speculum, specula
  • Mirror
  • Derivatives?
  • Speculum
porcus porci
Porcus, porci
  • Pig
  • Pork
  • Derivatives?
  • Pork, porcine, porcupine, porker
ornamenta orum
Ornamenta, -orum
  • Furnishings
  • Derivatives?
  • Ornament, ornamental
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Tam
  • So
tabulatum i
Tabulatum, -i
  • Story, floor
paries parietis
Paries, parietis
  • Wall (of a house or room)
fenestra fenestrae
Fenestra, fenestrae
  • Window
  • Derivatives?
  • Defenestration, fenestra
insula insulae
Insula, insulae
  • Island
  • Apartment building
  • Derivatives?
  • Peninsula, insular, insulin, insulation
incendium incendii
Incendium, incendii
  • Fire
  • Derivatives?
  • Incendiary, incense, censer, incinerate, frankincense
incola incolae
Incola, incolae
  • Inhabitant
  • Tenant