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  • agricola, agricolae, m.

    farmer

    aqua, aquae, f.

    water

    athleta, athletae, m.

    athlete

    filia, filiae, f.

    daughter

    lupa, lupae, f.

    she-wolf

    nauta, nautae, m.

    sailor

    poeta, poetae, m.

    poet

    puella, puellae, f.

    girl

    Roma, Romae, f.

    Rome

    terra, terrae, f.

    land

    amat

    he/she/it loves

    ambulat

    he/she/it walks

    curat

    he/she/it takes care of, cares for

    est

    he/she/it is

    postea

    afterwards

    itaque

    and so

    auxilium, auxilii, n.

    help

    consilium, consilii, n.

    plan, advice

    epistula, epistulae, f.

    letter

    familia, familiae, f.

    family, household

    gaudium, gaudii, n.

    joy

    lacrima, lacrimae, f.

    tear

    longus, longa, longum

    long

    miser, misera, miserum

    sad, wretched, miserable

    pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum

    beautiful, nice

    cogito, cogitāre, cogitavi, cogitatum

    to think

    doleo, dolēre, dolui, -

    to feel pain, to be hurt (use - for final principle part)

    paro

    to design

    semper

    always

    a (ab) + ablative

    by, from, away from

    de + ablative

    about, concerning, down from

    nam

    for, in fact

    non solum..., sed etiam...

    not only..., but also

    tamen

    however

    liber, libri, m.

    book

    littera, litterae, f.

    letter of the alphabet; pl. literature, letter (message)

    memoria, memoriae, f.

    memory

    tenebrae, tenebrarum, f. pl.

    shadows, darkness

    vita, vitae, f.

    life

    multus, multa, multum

    much, many

    doceo, docēre, docui, doctum

    to teach

    firmo, firmāre, firmavi, firmatum

    to strengthen

    iaceo, iacēre, iacui, -

    to lie down, to be inert (use - for last principle part)

    iudico, iudicāre, iudicavi, iudicatum

    to judge

    maneo, manēre, mansi, mansum

    to remain

    possum, posse, potui, -

    be able, can (use - for last principle part)

    servo, servāre, servavi, servatum

    to save, to preserve

    soleo, solēre, solitus sum + infinitive

    to be accustomed

    sum, esse, fui, -

    to be

    saepe

    often

    propter + accusative

    because of, on account of

    amor, amoris, m.

    love

    deliciae, deliciarum, f. pl.

    delight, pet

    digitus, digiti, m.

    finger

    domina, dominae, f.

    mistress

    gremium, gremii, n.

    lap

    oculus, oculi, m.

    eye

    passer, passeris, m.

    sparrow

    pax, pacis, f.

    peace

    senex, senis, m.

    old man

    soror, sororis, f.

    sister

    verbum, verbi, n.

    word

    se

    him/her/itself, themselves (reflexive)

    meus, mea, meum

    my, mine

    severus, severa, severum

    severe, strict, serious

    aestimo, aestimāre, aestimavi, aestimatum

    to regard, esteem

    aestimo unius assis

    I do not care a bit

    invideo, invidēre, invidi, invisum + dative

    to envy someone

    puto, putāre, putavi, putatum

    to think, to consider

    dux, ducis, m.

    leader, general

    fortitudo, fortitudinis, f.

    courage

    homo, hominis, m.

    man, person, human being

    miles, militis, m.

    soldier

    oraculum, oraculi, n.

    oracle

    rex, regis, m.

    king

    templum, templi, n.

    temple

    timor, timoris, m.

    fear

    decerno, decernere, decrevi, decretum

    to decide, determine

    intellego, intellegere, intellexi, intellectum

    to understand

    libero, liberāre, liberavi, liberatum

    to free someone from something

    navigo, navigāre, navigavi, navigatum

    to sail, voyage

    peto, petere, petivi, petitum

    to seek, head for, go to, rush at

    vinco, vincere, vici, victum

    to conquer, defeat

    tandem

    at last, finally

    contra + accusative

    against

    dico, dicere, dixi, dictum

    to say, speak

    deus, dei, m.

    god

    donum, doni, n.

    gift

    equus, equi, m.

    horse

    flamma, flammae, f.

    flame

    hostis, hostis, m.

    enemy

    nox, noctis, f.

    night

    periculum, periculi, n.

    danger

    acer, acris, acre

    keen, fierce

    celeber, celebris, celebre

    renowned, well-known, crowded

    felix, felicis

    happy, lucky

    fortis, forte

    brave, strong

    pauci, paucae, pauca

    few

    aedifico, aedificāre, aedificavi, aedificatum

    to build

    capio, capere, cepi, captum

    to take, adopt, capture

    consilia capere

    to make plans

    cupio, cupere, cupivi, cupitum

    to desire, want, wish

    deleo, delēre, delevi, deletum

    to destroy

    fugio, fugere, fugi, -

    to flee, run away

    moveo, movēre, movi, motum

    to move

    pugno, pugnāre, pugnavi, pugnatum

    to fight

    nec

    and not, nor

    dolor, doloris, m.

    grief, pain

    regina, reginae, f.

    queen

    silva, silvae, f.

    forest

    spelunca, speluncae, f.

    cave

    tempestas, tempestatis, f.

    storm

    crudelis, crudele

    cruel

    novus, nova, novum

    new

    ago, agere, egi, actum

    to drive, lead, do, behave

    ardeo, ardēre, arsi, -

    to burn, be on fire

    conspicio, conspicere, conspexi, conspectum

    to look at, observe

    mitto, mittere, misi, missum

    to send

    relinquo, relinquere, reliqui, relictum

    to leave behind, abandon

    quoque

    also

    unā

    together

    -ne

    question word

    dextra, dextrae, f.

    right hand

    ignis, ignis, m.

    fire

    ira, irae, f.

    anger

    nomen, nominis, n.

    name

    vis, -, f.; pl. vires, virium

    force, strength

    is, ea, id

    he, she, it; this, that

    vos

    you, y'all

    noster, nostra, nostrum

    our, ours

    similis, simile + genitive/dative

    similar, like

    tantus, tanta, tantum

    so great

    tuus, tua, tuum

    your, yours

    vester, vestra, vestrum

    your, yours

    consumo, consumere, consumpsi, consumptum

    to consume

    facio, facere, feci, factum

    to do, make

    inquit

    he/she says, said

    occido, occidere, occidi, occisum

    to kill

    ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostentum

    to show

    pono, ponere, posui, positum

    to put, place

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