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  1. puto, putāre, putavi, putatum
    to take care of, care for

          

  2. e (ex) + ablative
    in, on

          

  3. sum
    I am

          

  4. ad + accusative
    into, to, against

          

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

          

  6. bene
    well

          

  7. non solum..., sed etiam...
    trickery, deception

          

  8. voco, vocāre, vocavi, vocatum
    to call

          

  9. Romanus, Romana, Romanum
    Roman

          

  10. aqua, aquae, f.
    water

          

  11. doceo, docēre, docui, doctum
    to call

          

  12. magnus, magna, magnum
    much, many

          

  13. intro, intrāre, intravi, -
    to fear, be afraid

          

  14. autem
    however

          

  15. debeo, debēre, debui, debitum
    to see

          

  16. paro, parāre, paravi, paratum
    to love

          

  17. senex, senis, m.
    old man

          

  18. multus, multa, multum
    much, many

          

  19. bellum, belli, n.
    eye

          

  20. longus, longa, longum
    long

          

  21. tu
    you

          

  22. familia, familiae, f.
    Rome

          

  23. longe
    far

          

  24. liber, libri, m.
    field

          

  25. poeta, poetae, m.
    sailor

          

  26. castra, castrorum, n. pl.
    camp

          

  27. semper
    often

          

  28. dum
    I am

          

  29. aestimo unius assis
    to, towards

          

  30. curo, curāre, curavi, curatum
    to take care of, care for

          

  31. habito, habitāre, habitavi, habitatum
    to live, dwell

          

  32. vir, viri, m.
    man

          

  33. consilium, consilii, n.
    help

          

  34. domina, dominae, f.
    mistress

          

  35. ambulo, ambulāre, ambulavi, ambulatum
    to walk

          

  36. iubeo, iubēre, iussi, iussum
    to order, command

          

  37. curat
    and

          

  38. amor, amoris, m.
    love

          

  39. deinde
    then

          

  40. dolus, doli, m.
    eye

          

  41. propter + accusative
    into, to, against

          

  42. diu
    for a long time

          

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

          

  44. bonus, bona, bonum
    long

          

  45. filius, filii, m.
    finger

          

  46. puella, puellae, f.
    girl

          

  47. namfor, in fact

          

  48. lupa, lupae, f.
    Rome

          

  49. domi
    him/her/itself, themselves (reflexive)

          

  50. amo, amāre, amavi, amatum
    to love

          

  51. saepe
    very, exceedingly

          

  52. firmo, firmāre, firmavi, firmatum
    to strengthen

          

  53. gaudium, gaudii, n.
    joy

          

  54. pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
    bad

          

  55. lacrima, lacrimae, f.
    form, appearance

          

  56. iudico, iudicāre, iudicavi, iudicatum
    to call

          

  57. puer, pueri, m.
    boy

          

  58. nunc
    not

          

  59. do, dare, dedi, datum
    to give

          

  60. armatus, armata, armatum
    armed

          

  61. iustus, iusta, iustum
    legitimate, open, just

          

  62. paro
    he/she/it is

          

  63. epistula, epistulae, f.
    letter

          

  64. teneo, tenēre, tenui, tentum
    to hold

          

  65. praemium, praemii, n.
    reward

          

  66. cogito, cogitāre, cogitavi, cogitatum
    to think, to consider

          

  67. se
    him/her/itself, themselves (reflexive)

          

  68. fabula, fabulae, f.
    story

          

  69. iaceo, iacēre, iacui, -
    to feel pain, to be hurt (use - for final principle part)

          

  70. terra, terrae, f.
    letter of the alphabet; pl. literature, letter (message)

          

  71. sed
    but

          

  72. invideo, invidēre, invidi, invisum + dative
    to order, command

          

  73. auxilium, auxilii, n.
    family, household

          

  74. soleo, solēre, solitus sum + infinitive
    to be accustomed

          

  75. verbum, verbi, n.
    lap

          

  76. maneo, manēre, mansi, mansum
    to remain

          

  77. aestimo, aestimāre, aestimavi, aestimatum
    to walk

          

  78. athleta, athletae, m.
    poet

          

  79. narro, narrāre, narravi, narratum
    to prepare, get ready

          

  80. oculus, oculi, m.
    trickery, deception

          

  81. et
    and

          

  82. animus, animi, m.
    spirit, soul, mind

          

  83. video, vidēre, vidi, visum
    to fear, be afraid

          

  84. est
    and

          

  85. tamen
    however

          

  86. a (ab) + ablative
    by, from, away from

          

  87. praeclarus, praeclara, praeclarum
    beautiful, nice

          

  88. Roma, Romae, f.
    form, appearance

          

  89. cum + ablative
    with

          

  90. sum, esse, fui, -
    be able, can (use - for last principle part)

          

  91. littera, litterae, f.
    life

          

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

          

  93. in + accusative
    to, towards

          

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

          

  95. tenebrae, tenebrarum, f. pl.
    delight, pet

          

  96. venenum, veneni, n.
    chain, fetter

          

  97. ager, agri, m.
    field

          

  98. itaque
    and so

          

  99. malus, mala, malum
    bad

          

  100. digitus, digiti, m.
    finger

          

  101. habeo, habēre, habui, habitum
    to have

          

  102. non
    not

          

  103. postea
    far

          

  104. filia, filiae, f.
    son

          

  105. vita, vitae, f.
    life

          

  106. vinculum, vinculi, n.
    eye

          

  107. valde
    very, exceedingly

          

  108. forma, formae, f.
    form, appearance

          

  109. de + ablative
    about, concerning, down from

          

  110. memoria, memoriae, f.
    family, household

          

  111. deliciae, deliciarum, f. pl.
    shadows, darkness

          

  112. pax, pacis, f.
    peace

          

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

          

  114. miser, misera, miserum
    my, mine

          

  115. ego
    and

          

  116. via, viae, f.
    little house, cottage

          

  117. amat
    he/she/it takes care of, cares for

          

  118. ambulat
    well

          

  119. in + ablative
    in, on

          

  120. meus, mea, meum
    my, mine

          

  121. possum, posse, potui, -
    to be

          

  122. exspecto, exspectāre, exspectavi, exspectatum
    to prepare, get ready

          

  123. rivus, rivi, m.
    brook, stream

          

  124. patria, patriae, f.
    fatherland, country

          

  125. nauta, nautae, m.
    sailor

          

  126. agricola, agricolae, m.
    friend

          

  127. soror, sororis, f.
    sister

          

  128. gremium, gremii, n.
    lap

          

  129. passer, passeris, m.
    boy

          

  130. amicus, amici, m.
    spirit, soul, mind