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  1. rusticus, rustica, rusticum
    much, many

          

  2. gero, gerere, gessi, gestum
    to hold

          

  3. non
    soon

          

  4. agricola, agricolae, m.
    tear

          

  5. pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
    beautiful, nice

          

  6. do, dare, dedi, datum
    to give

          

  7. tempus, temporis, n.
    example

          

  8. longe
    question word

          

  9. soror, sororis, f.
    death

          

  10. crudelis, crudele
    then

          

  11. homo, hominis, m.
    man, person, human being

          

  12. venenum, veneni, n.
    poison

          

  13. doceo, docēre, docui, doctum
    to lie down, to be inert (use - for last principle part)

          

  14. prope + accusative
    to, towards

          

  15. cado, cadere, cecidi, casum
    to carry, wear

          

  16. separo, separāre, separavi, separatum
    to separate

          

  17. amo, amāre, amavi, amatum
    to love

          

  18. urbs, urbis, f.
    leader, general

          

  19. nomen, nominis, n.
    man, person, human being

          

  20. longus, longa, longum
    long

          

  21. mulier, mulieris, f.
    woman

          

  22. umquam
    and

          

  23. tunc
    now

          

  24. discedo, discedere, discessi, discessum
    to carry, wear

          

  25. tenebrae, tenebrarum, f. pl.
    memory

          

  26. spelunca, speluncae, f.
    cave

          

  27. paro
    why?

          

  28. nauta, nautae, m.
    sailor

          

  29. nihil
    nothing

          

  30. postea
    afterwards

          

  31. -que
    him/her/itself, themselves (reflexive)

          

  32. nox, noctis, f.
    night

          

  33. ruber, rubra, rubrum
    legitimate, open, just

          

  34. dux, ducis, m.
    leader, general

          

  35. sto, stāre, steti, statum
    to stand

          

  36. consumo, consumere, consumpsi, consumptum
    to put, place

          

  37. nobiscumwith us

          

  38. amicus, amici, m.
    love

          

  39. curat
    he/she/it takes care of, cares for

          

  40. narro, narrāre, narravi, narratum
    to tell

          

  41. is, ea, id
    but

          

  42. tantus, tanta, tantum
    so great

          

  43. iubeo, iubēre, iussi, iussum
    legitimate, open, just

          

  44. multus, multa, multum
    much, many

          

  45. mox
    you, y'all

          

  46. ubique
    there

          

  47. deus, dei, m.
    god

          

  48. os, oris, n.
    field

          

  49. vinculum, vinculi, n.
    poison

          

  50. teneo, tenēre, tenui, tentum
    to touch

          

  51. dives, divitis
    rich

          

  52. passer, passeris, m.
    peace

          

  53. amor, amoris, m.
    love

          

  54. poeta, poetae, m.
    poet

          

  55. vita, vitae, f.
    little house, cottage

          

  56. praemium, praemii, n.
    hatred

          

  57. de + ablative
    then

          

  58. lupa, lupae, f.
    she-wolf

          

  59. puto, putāre, putavi, putatum
    to think, to consider

          

  60. acer, acris, acre
    keen, fierce

          

  61. cur?
    and

          

  62. iudico, iudicāre, iudicavi, iudicatum
    to judge

          

  63. novus, nova, novum
    long

          

  64. amat
    however

          

  65. pectus, pectoris, n.
    time

          

  66. habeo, habēre, habui, habitum
    to hold

          

  67. in + ablative
    in, on

          

  68. moveo, movēre, movi, motum
    to love

          

  69. quoque
    now

          

  70. pax, pacis, f.
    peace

          

  71. felix, felicis
    happy, lucky

          

  72. valde
    at last, finally

          

  73. nec
    and not, nor

          

  74. magnus, magna, magnum
    good

          

  75. arbor, arboris, f.
    tree

          

  76. intellego, intellegere, intellexi, intellectum
    to show

          

  77. mors, mortis, f.
    king

          

  78. suus, sua, suum
    his, her, its, their (own)

          

  79. neglego, neglegere, neglexi, neglectum
    to neglect

          

  80. regina, reginae, f.
    queen

          

  81. ante + accusative
    in front of, before

          

  82. rex, regis, m.
    king

          

  83. iudex, iudicis, m.
    book

          

  84. athleta, athletae, m.
    girl

          

  85. filius, filii, m.
    brook, stream

          

  86. aedifico, aedificāre, aedificavi, aedificatum
    to regard, esteem

          

  87. bellum gero
    to wage war

          

  88. paro, parāre, paravi, paratum
    to prepare, get ready

          

  89. miser, misera, miserum
    man

          

  90. animal, animalis, n.
    animal

          

  91. filia, filiae, f.
    daughter

          

  92. capio, capere, cepi, captum
    to do, make

          

  93. aqua, aquae, f.
    water

          

  94. sed
    not

          

  95. ignis, ignis, m.
    fire

          

  96. decerno, decernere, decrevi, decretum
    to decide, determine

          

  97. navigo, navigāre, navigavi, navigatum
    to call

          

  98. silva, silvae, f.
    forest

          

  99. quid?
    what?

          

  100. hostis, hostis, m.
    grief, pain

          

  101. pro + ablative
    for, on behalf of

          

  102. sicut
    he/she/it takes care of, cares for

          

  103. vetustus, vetusta, vetustum
    old

          

  104. casa, casae, f.
    little house, cottage

          

  105. oratio, orationis, f.
    love

          

  106. habito, habitāre, habitavi, habitatum
    to walk

          

  107. minime
    far

          

  108. qui, quae, quod
    who, which, that

          

  109. deliciae, deliciarum, f. pl.
    family, household

          

  110. oculus, oculi, m.
    eye

          

  111. gremium, gremii, n.
    lap

          

  112. ad + accusative
    into, to, against

          

  113. maneo, manēre, mansi, mansum
    to move

          

  114. forma, formae, f.
    flame

          

  115. namfor, in fact

          

  116. fugio, fugere, fugi, -
    to flee, run away

          

  117. animus, animi, m.
    finger

          

  118. fortitudo, fortitudinis, f.
    courage

          

  119. curo, curāre, curavi, curatum
    to carry, wear

          

  120. oraculum, oraculi, n.
    eye

          

  121. similis, simile + genitive/dative
    it is allowed, it is permitted

          

  122. soleo, solēre, solitus sum + infinitive
    to destroy

          

  123. vobiscum
    just as

          

  124. vester, vestra, vestrum
    your, yours

          

  125. albus, alba, album
    white

          

  126. aestimo, aestimāre, aestimavi, aestimatum
    to regard, esteem

          

  127. semper
    well

          

  128. tempestas, tempestatis, f.
    chest

          

  129. enim
    even, also

          

  130. consilia caperewith us

          

  131. rivus, rivi, m.
    brook, stream

          

  132. sentio, sentīre, sensi, sensum
    to order, command

          

  133. intro, intrāre, intravi, -
    to enter

          

  134. mare, maris, n.
    sea

          

  135. sum
    I am

          

  136. -ne
    question word

          

  137. sum, esse, fui, -
    to flee, run away

          

  138. via, viae, f.
    road, way

          

  139. digitus, digiti, m.
    finger

          

  140. in + accusative
    to, towards

          

  141. patria, patriae, f.
    fatherland, country

          

  142. armatus, armata, armatum
    bad

          

  143. familia, familiae, f.
    family, household

          

  144. aestimo unius assis
    enemy

          

  145. ambulat
    he/she/it walks

          

  146. tango, tangere, tetigi, tactum
    to come

          

  147. dum
    you

          

  148. vale!
    goodbye!

          

  149. debeo, debēre, debui, debitum
    ought, should; to owe

          

  150. gaudium, gaudii, n.
    joy

          

  151. vos
    and

          

  152. comedo, comedere, comedi, comesum
    to eat

          

  153. cum + ablative
    with

          

  154. cogito, cogitāre, cogitavi, cogitatum
    to live, dwell

          

  155. fortasse
    you, y'all

          

  156. dextra, dextrae, f.
    right hand

          

  157. senex, senis, m.
    old man

          

  158. praeclarus, praeclara, praeclarum
    beautiful, nice

          

  159. scio, scīre, scivi, scitum
    to feel

          

  160. iustus, iusta, iustum
    our, ours

          

  161. audio, audīre, audivi, auditum
    to love

          

  162. celeber, celebris, celebre
    woman

          

  163. mitto, mittere, misi, missum
    to send

          

  164. puer, pueri, m.
    poet

          

  165. nolo
    not to want, be unwilling

          

  166. quis, quid?
    he, she, it; this, that

          

  167. contra + accusative
    for, on behalf of

          

  168. saepe
    always

          

  169. omnis, omne
    brave, strong

          

  170. caput, capitis, n.
    water

          

  171. tecum
    look here!

          

  172. pugno, pugnāre, pugnavi, pugnatum
    to fight

          

  173. rogo, rogāre, rogavi, rogatum
    to think, to consider

          

  174. libero, liberāre, liberavi, liberatum
    to tell

          

  175. epistula, epistulae, f.
    storm

          

  176. vir, viri, m.
    man

          

  177. consilium, consilii, n.
    hatred

          

  178. credo, credere, credidi, creditum + dative
    ought, should; to owe

          

  179. statimwith you

          

  180. ago, agere, egi, actum
    to stand

          

  181. vinco, vincere, vici, victum
    to conquer, defeat

          

  182. ira, irae, f.
    she-wolf

          

  183. argumentum, argumenti, n.
    proof, indication, argument

          

  184. pro viribus
    with all one's might

          

  185. ego
    he/she/it is

          

  186. donum, doni, n.
    gift

          

  187. possum, posse, potui, -
    poet

          

  188. respondeo, respondēre, respondi, responsum
    to feel

          

  189. diu
    for a long time

          

  190. difficilis, difficile
    another, other

          

  191. tuus, tua, tuum
    your, yours

          

  192. orationem habeo
    to make a speech

          

  193. consul, consulis, m.
    consul

          

  194. sanguis, sanguinis, m.
    friend

          

  195. timor, timoris, m.
    fear

          

  196. puella, puellae, f.
    story

          

  197. doctus, docta, doctum
    learned, educated

          

  198. littera, litterae, f.
    letter of the alphabet; pl. literature, letter (message)

          

  199. templum, templi, n.
    time

          

  200. se
    question word

          

  201. invideo, invidēre, invidi, invisum + dative
    to envy someone

          

  202. tandem
    at last, finally

          

  203. cupio, cupere, cupivi, cupitum
    to touch

          

  204. vis, -, f.; pl. vires, virium
    force, strength

          

  205. miles, militis, m.
    book

          

  206. qui, quae, quod?
    what? which?

          

  207. fluo, fluere, fluxi, fluxum
    to flow

          

  208. equus, equi, m.
    horse

          

  209. Romanus, Romana, Romanum
    long

          

  210. venio, venīre, veni, ventum
    to come

          

  211. occido, occidere, occidi, occisum
    to kill

          

  212. nos
    soon

          

  213. odium, odii, n.
    hatred

          

  214. fortis, forte
    brave, strong

          

  215. relinquo, relinquere, reliqui, relictum
    to seek, head for, go to, rush at

          

  216. inquam
    I say, I said

          

  217. convenio, convenīre, conveni, conventum
    to meet

          

  218. verbum, verbi, n.
    word

          

  219. domi
    not to want, be unwilling

          

  220. ambulo, ambulāre, ambulavi, ambulatum
    to walk

          

  221. mecumwith me

          

  222. atque
    and

          

  223. dolus, doli, m.
    god

          

  224. exemplar, exemplaris, n.
    love

          

  225. doleo, dolēre, dolui, -
    to feel pain, to be hurt (use - for final principle part)

          

  226. servo, servāre, servavi, servatum
    to save, to preserve

          

  227. inquit
    what?

          

  228. dolor, doloris, m.
    consul

          

  229. etiam
    even, also

          

  230. civis, civis, m./f.
    citizen

          

  231. bellum, belli, n.
    war

          

  232. bonus, bona, bonum
    good

          

  233. bene
    well

          

  234. video, vidēre, vidi, visum
    to move

          

  235. fabula, fabulae, f.
    story

          

  236. iam
    already

          

  237. non solum..., sed etiam...not only..., but also

          

  238. castra, castrorum, n. pl.
    sister

          

  239. villa, villae, f.
    war

          

  240. timeo, timēre, timui, -
    to fear, be afraid

          

  241. memoria, memoriae, f.
    family, household

          

  242. propter + accusative
    because of, on account of

          

  243. itaque
    at last, finally

          

  244. auxilium, auxilii, n.
    help

          

  245. ardeo, ardēre, arsi, -
    to enter

          

  246. meus, mea, meum
    my, mine

          

  247. nunc
    now

          

  248. deleo, delēre, delevi, deletum
    to destroy

          

  249. ibi
    for a long time

          

  250. flamma, flammae, f.
    Rome

          

  251. exspecto, exspectāre, exspectavi, exspectatum
    to wait for, await, expect

          

  252. conspicio, conspicere, conspexi, conspectum
    to look at, observe

          

  253. duco, ducere, duxi, ductum
    to lead

          

  254. peto, petere, petivi, petitum
    to carry, wear

          

  255. ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostentum
    to show

          

  256. alius, alia, aliud
    true

          

  257. periculum, periculi, n.
    danger

          

  258. apud + accusative
    at the house of

          

  259. saxum, saxi, n.
    stone, rock

          

  260. liber, libri, m.
    fear

          

  261. se gerit
    him/her/itself, themselves (reflexive)

          

  262. iaceo, iacēre, iacui, -
    to lie down, to be inert (use - for last principle part)

          

  263. noster, nostra, nostrum
    your, yours

          

  264. tamen
    he/she/it loves

          

  265. autem
    I am

          

  266. primus, prima, primum
    first

          

  267. firmo, firmāre, firmavi, firmatum
    to do, make

          

  268. est
    he/she/it is

          

  269. domina, dominae, f.
    mistress

          

  270. facio, facere, feci, factum
    to drive, lead, do, behave

          

  271. Roma, Romae, f.
    form, appearance

          

  272. lacrima, lacrimae, f.
    tear

          

  273. ecce!
    he/she/it is

          

  274. e (ex) + ablative
    from, out of

          

  275. pauci, paucae, pauca
    small

          

  276. et
    and

          

  277. verus, vera, verum
    true

          

  278. dico, dicere, dixi, dictum
    to say, speak

          

  279. ita
    yes

          

  280. a (ab) + ablative
    about, concerning, down from

          

  281. gladius, gladii, m.
    sword

          

  282. parvus, parva, parvum
    small

          

  283. voco, vocāre, vocavi, vocatum
    to call

          

  284. terra, terrae, f.
    right hand

          

  285. deinde
    no

          

  286. ager, agri, m.
    field

          

  287. tu
    him/her/itself, themselves (reflexive)

          

  288. severus, severa, severum
    severe, strict, serious

          

  289. arma, armorum, n. pl.
    form, appearance

          

  290. pono, ponere, posui, positum
    to prepare, get ready

          

  291. senectus, senectutis, f.
    old age

          

  292. corpus, corporis, n.
    hatred

          

  293. parens, parentis, m./f.
    tree

          

  294. per + accusative
    through

          

  295. malus, mala, malum
    friend

          

  296. unā
    then

          

  297. licet + dative + infinitive
    it is allowed, it is permitted