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  1. quam? quam!To search for, ask

          

  2. timeoI fear, am afraid

          

  3. ingressus sumI entered

          

  4. nuncWhether

          

  5. absumI am absent

          

  6. conorI try

          

  7. debereTo owe

          

  8. quaerereTo search for, ask

          

  9. comes, comitisCompanion

          

  10. secutus sumI followed

          

  11. donum, doniGift

          

  12. cupereTo have

          

  13. hortorI lift, hold up

          

  14. quantus? quanta? quantum?So great

          

  15. tristis, tristeI went

          

  16. iterumTo do, act, drive

          

  17. rideoI laugh, smile

          

  18. esseFor

          

  19. teneoI hold

          

  20. diligens, diligentisCareful

          

  21. dirus, dira, dirumDreadful

          

  22. civisCitizen

          

  23. vocaviI knew

          

  24. moneoI send

          

  25. incendereTo burn, set on fire

          

  26. facilis, facileEasy

          

  27. abstuliI stole, took away

          

  28. fugioI flee

          

  29. a, abTomorrow

          

  30. ibiI made, did

          

  31. tacereTo have

          

  32. pugnoI fight

          

  33. celaviI hid

          

  34. convenireI arrive

          

  35. ancilla, ancillaeI shouted

          

  36. oppressiI crushed, overwhelmed

          

  37. saevus, saeva, saevumHigh, deep

          

  38. clamatusHaving been loved

          

  39. ieciShe

          

  40. petitusI made for, sought, begged/asked for

          

  41. perterritus, perterrita, perterritumBrave

          

  42. ferox, ferocisFierce

          

  43. isQuestion word

          

  44. servareTo beg

          

  45. occisusHaving been known

          

  46. e, ex + ablative (or as a verb prefix)Mother

          

  47. meus, mea, meumMy

          

  48. speroI hope, expect

          

  49. dicereTo say

          

  50. invenireTo find

          

  51. speraviI hoped, expected

          

  52. satisEnough

          

  53. offeroI steal, take away

          

  54. opprimereTo crush, overwhelm

          

  55. legio, legionis, f (3)Legion

          

  56. clamoI fear, am afraid

          

  57. tradidiI handed over

          

  58. vivus, viva, vivumAlive, living

          

  59. occidereTo kill

          

  60. punireTo punish

          

  61. dicoI say

          

  62. cogoI want

          

  63. capioI seize, grab

          

  64. puella, puellae, f (1)Crowd

          

  65. monuiI held

          

  66. sentireTo feel, notice

          

  67. rumpoI break, burst

          

  68. cecidiI gave back, restored

          

  69. referreTo bring back, report, tell

          

  70. regnum, regni, (n 2)Kingdom

          

  71. accidereTo kill

          

  72. defendiI defended

          

  73. porta, portae, f (1)Anger

          

  74. ponereTo laugh, smile

          

  75. audeoI return, go back

          

  76. aqua, aquaeWater

          

  77. reddereTo give back, restore

          

  78. tradoI hand over

          

  79. oppugnaviTo attack

          

  80. portus, portus, m (4)Part

          

  81. frater, fratrisI kill

          

  82. siIf

          

  83. ne + subjunctiveSo that... not, lest

          

  84. maximeI throw

          

  85. ingrediorI enter

          

  86. pars, partis, f (3)Part

          

  87. tradereTo hand over

          

  88. procedoI advance, proceed

          

  89. promittoI leave

          

  90. nuntioI announce

          

  91. multoI fight

          

  92. felix, felicisHappy, lucky, fortunate

          

  93. appropinquaviI approached

          

  94. monitusHaving been carried

          

  95. traditusHaving been handed over

          

  96. insula, insulae (1)Hour

          

  97. faveoI favour, support

          

  98. doceoI teach

          

  99. nemo, neminisHaving been found out, got to know

          

  100. copiae, copiarumI finished, wore out

          

  101. accepiI accepted, received

          

  102. deus, deigod

          

  103. audioSuddenly

          

  104. vendidiI sold

          

  105. tamenI love

          

  106. quot?So many

          

  107. cupiviI fell

          

  108. delereTo move

          

  109. pervenioI move

          

  110. voloI want

          

  111. celareTo hide

          

  112. post + accusativeI was able

          

  113. opprimoI crush, overwhelm

          

  114. putoI think

          

  115. redireI give back, restore

          

  116. qualis? quale?I persuade

          

  117. imperium, imperii (2)Empire, power, command

          

  118. quo?To where?

          

  119. forum, foriMarket place

          

  120. quamThan

          

  121. tumIt, that

          

  122. sacer, sacra, sacrumI followed

          

  123. trahereTo take, catch, capture

          

  124. nox, noctis, f (3)Voice, shout

          

  125. narrareTo tell, relate

          

  126. magisMore

          

  127. credidiI trusted, believed

          

  128. tacuiI wanted

          

  129. reddo-back - a prefix used with verbs

          

  130. lectusHaving been read, chosen

          

  131. progressus sumI advanced

          

  132. ambulaviI walked

          

  133. timereTo move

          

  134. ingens, ingentisHuge

          

  135. petiviI make for, seek, beg/ask for

          

  136. mansiI remained, stayed

          

  137. illeHe

          

  138. igiturHaving been said

          

  139. habitoI invite

          

  140. quidam, quaedam, quoddamOne, a certain, some

          

  141. consumptusHaving been eaten

          

  142. incendiI burnt, set on fire

          

  143. quid?Then

          

  144. illaShe

          

  145. vocoI ask, ask for

          

  146. vertiI turned

          

  147. oblatusHaving been held

          

  148. amoI love

          

  149. novus, nova, novumNew

          

  150. servoFor

          

  151. velleHe

          

  152. lacrimoI cry

          

  153. clarus, clara, clarumTrue, real

          

  154. viciI taught

          

  155. oppugnoI want

          

  156. motusHaving been forced, compelled

          

  157. bibiI drank

          

  158. clamareHaving been shouted

          

  159. rumpereTo break, burst

          

  160. fortis, forteBrave

          

  161. vehementerTo have

          

  162. iactusHaving been thrown

          

  163. precorI suffer, endure

          

  164. cogereTo force, compel

          

  165. lacrimaviI cried

          

  166. mater, matris, f (3)Mother

          

  167. missusHaving been felt, noticed

          

  168. faviI had

          

  169. tantus, tanta, tantumSo great

          

  170. punioTo hear

          

  171. praemium, praemii, n (2)Temple

          

  172. spectaviI looked at, watched

          

  173. consul, consulisHaving been caught sight of

          

  174. moriorI punish

          

  175. interficioI order, command

          

  176. umquamEver

          

  177. oroI call

          

  178. moviI moved

          

  179. nuntiaviI entered

          

  180. surgoI stand up, rise

          

  181. scioI know

          

  182. risiI laughed, smiled

          

  183. pro + ablativeIn front of, for, in return for

          

  184. tractusHaving been given

          

  185. modus, modi, m (2)Hand, group of people

          

  186. scitusHaving been moved

          

  187. moveoI see

          

  188. effugereTo order

          

  189. sustuliI lifted, held up

          

  190. habuiI didn't want, refused

          

  191. regoI rule

          

  192. punitusHaving been punished

          

  193. pelloI drive

          

  194. mirorI admire, wonder at

          

  195. per + accusativeThrough, along

          

  196. vincereTo conquer, win

          

  197. accipioI accept, receive

          

  198. hicI did, acted, drove

          

  199. posseTo carry

          

  200. nonWhere, when?

          

  201. intellegoI understand, realise

          

  202. primoI shout

          

  203. spectoI look at, watch

          

  204. mortuus sumI died

          

  205. progrediTo advance

          

  206. biboI drink

          

  207. afuiI was absent

          

  208. scelestus, scelesta, scelestumStorm

          

  209. hodieToday

          

  210. pervenireTo reach, arrive at

          

  211. scriboI write

          

  212. iacuiI was present

          

  213. ut (in a subjunctive)That, so that, in order to

          

  214. incensusHaving been burnt, set on fire

          

  215. constituoI decide

          

  216. laboraviTo beg

          

  217. sequiI felt, noticed

          

  218. ego, meiTo be accustomed to

          

  219. iacereTo lie down, to throw

          

  220. etAnd

          

  221. vos, vestrumHaving been reached, arrived at

          

  222. traxiI dragged

          

  223. cena, cenaeTo find out, get to know

          

  224. exspectatusHaving been looked at, watched

          

  225. confeciI forced, compelled

          

  226. visusI see

          

  227. credereTo trust, believe

          

  228. labor, laboris, m (3)Work

          

  229. debitusHaving been found out, got to know

          

  230. ruptusHaving been made, done

          

  231. filius, filiiI waged war

          

  232. debeoI teach

          

  233. stoI give

          

  234. profectus sumI set out

          

  235. inter + accusativeIn front of, for, in return for

          

  236. terreoI frighten

          

  237. -neI beg

          

  238. nomen, nominis, n (3)Name

          

  239. bellum gestusWar

          

  240. adveniI arrived

          

  241. murus, muri, m (2)Much, many

          

  242. quam + superlative adverbAs ... as possible

          

  243. vixiNothing

          

  244. audiviI heard

          

  245. audereTo lead

          

  246. bellum geroI wage war

          

  247. amatusHaving been loved

          

  248. ac, atqueHaving been done, acted, driven

          

  249. salutaviI greeted

          

  250. tu, tuiYou (singular)

          

  251. vertoAnd

          

  252. persuasi + dativeI persuaded

          

  253. tollereTo lift, hold up

          

  254. putareTo think

          

  255. salutatusHaving been greeted

          

  256. imperareTo order, command

          

  257. conspicioTo catch sight of

          

  258. salutoMuch

          

  259. saepeShe

          

  260. accidoI hide

          

  261. deletusHaving been destroyed

          

  262. cogitatusHaving been thought

          

  263. orareTo put, place, put up

          

  264. feciI did, acted, drove

          

  265. regressus sumI spoke

          

  266. custoditusHaving been guarded

          

  267. nuntius, nuntii, m (2)Messenger, message, news

          

  268. redeoSo much, so greatly

          

  269. narraviI told, related

          

  270. habereTo have

          

  271. cepiI took, caught, captured

          

  272. advenioSo much, so greatly

          

  273. audax, audacisBold, daring

          

  274. coepisseTo begin

          

  275. alius, alia, aliudOther

          

  276. inveniI found

          

  277. quamquamI loved

          

  278. dumWhile, until

          

  279. occidoI throw

          

  280. regereTo make for, seek, beg/ask for

          

  281. arma, armorumArms, weapons

          

  282. oppressusHaving been crushed, overwhelmed

          

  283. paraviI was silent

          

  284. malus, mala, malumBad, evil

          

  285. quomodo?I guard

          

  286. terrereTo frighten

          

  287. sine + ablativeWithout

          

  288. consumpsiI ate

          

  289. vester, vestra, vestrumYour

          

  290. nisiUnless, except

          

  291. egiTo go out

          

  292. custodioI lift, hold up

          

  293. putaviI thought

          

  294. introI enter

          

  295. passus sumI suffered, endured

          

  296. resistoI resist

          

  297. emptusHaving been bought

          

  298. adesseTo sit

          

  299. fautus + dativeHaving been favoured, supported

          

  300. itaqueTherefore, and so

          

  301. deindeI sell

          

  302. referoI bring back, report, tell

          

  303. versusHaving been sent

          

  304. habitareTo live

          

  305. iubeoI order

          

  306. laudaviI praise

          

  307. proximus, proxima, proximumMuch, many

          

  308. casusHaving been fallen

          

  309. sentioI sit

          

  310. senator, senatoris, (m 3)Senator

          

  311. poenas doI trust, believe

          

  312. nesciviI sold

          

  313. longus, longa, longumMiddle

          

  314. infelix, infelicisHaving been understood, realised

          

  315. celoI hide

          

  316. aedificaviI lay down

          

  317. necaviI killed

          

  318. plenus, plena, plenumTrue, real

          

  319. conariTo try

          

  320. vocatusHaving been stolen, taken away

          

  321. invenioI did, acted, drove

          

  322. forteBy chance

          

  323. cogitareTo think

          

  324. ponoI put, place, put up

          

  325. conspectusHaving been decided

          

  326. vale, valete (plural)!Goodbye

          

  327. capereTo buy

          

  328. mittereTo send

          

  329. proficiscorI crush, overwhelm

          

  330. defendereTo defend

          

  331. fugereTo flee

          

  332. legiI read, chose

          

  333. habeoI have

          

  334. sperareTo hope, expect

          

  335. homo, hominis (3)Wine

          

  336. etiamI took, caught, captured

          

  337. egressus sumI went out

          

  338. nescioI sleep

          

  339. sequorI follow

          

  340. sedBut

          

  341. appropinquareI approach

          

  342. dixiI said

          

  343. ablatusHaving been accepted, received

          

  344. promittereTo promise

          

  345. annus, anniYear

          

  346. sumI am

          

  347. pulcher, pulchra, pulchrumBeautiful, handsome

          

  348. mittoI send

          

  349. heriI turned

          

  350. dies, dieiHaving been gone down

          

  351. ianua, ianuae (1)Bold, daring

          

  352. latusHaving been brought, bore, carried

          

  353. constituereHaving been thought

          

  354. audireI overcome, overpower

          

  355. gravis, graveHeavy, serious

          

  356. narroI praise

          

  357. princeps, principis, m (3)Chief, emperor

          

  358. vincoI kill

          

  359. magnopereTo lie down, to throw

          

  360. pax, pacis, f (3)Foot

          

  361. ireNow

          

  362. ascendereTo climb

          

  363. gladius, gladii, m (2)Sword

          

  364. appropinquoHaving been attacked

          

  365. adsumI am present

          

  366. posuiI put, placed, put up

          

  367. superareTo overcome, overpower

          

  368. solus, sola, solumWood

          

  369. visus sumI seemed, appeared

          

  370. quoqueTo speak

          

  371. inquitS/he says, s/he said

          

  372. legereTo ask, ask for

          

  373. nolleTo not want, refuse

          

  374. datusHaving been killed

          

  375. pauci, paucae, paucaForces, troops

          

  376. interficereTo not know

          

  377. tempestas, tempestatis, (f 3)Storm

          

  378. agoI do, act, drive

          

  379. sanguis, sanguinis, (m 3)Courage, virtue

          

  380. -queQuestion word

          

  381. totSo many

          

  382. filia, filiaeI favoured, supported

          

  383. idIt, that

          

  384. mare, maris, n (3)Voice, shout

          

  385. venioI come

          

  386. rapereTo seize, grab

          

  387. raptusHaving been seized, grabbed

          

  388. laborareTo cry

          

  389. simulAt the same time

          

  390. adBut, however

          

  391. urbs, urbis (f 3)City, town

          

  392. trahoAt first

          

  393. appareoAlmost, nearly

          

  394. turba, turbae, (f 1)Crowd

          

  395. scripsiI wrote

          

  396. difficilis, difficileTo leave

          

  397. cupitusHaving been known

          

  398. sensusI eat

          

  399. nonne...?Surely...?

          

  400. tenuiThen

          

  401. aedificatusHaving been built

          

  402. confectusHaving been finished, worn out

          

  403. miser, misera, miserumMiserable, wretched, sad

          

  404. persuadereTo reach, arrive at

          

  405. RomaeTo call

          

  406. mercator, mercatoris, m (3)Merchant

          

  407. scriptusHaving been written

          

  408. festinoI hurry

          

  409. iratus, irata, iratumAngry

          

  410. petoI buy

          

  411. misiI sent

          

  412. tandemI hold

          

  413. silva, silvae, (f 1)Expression, face

          

  414. spectareTo look at, watch

          

  415. in + ablativeTo kill

          

  416. undeTo dare

          

  417. relatusHaving been broken, burst

          

  418. respondeoI sit

          

  419. magnus, magna, magnumLarge, great

          

  420. discedereTo leave

          

  421. laetus, laeta, laetumHigh, deep

          

  422. cogitoI think

          

  423. aedificoI built

          

  424. navigareTo be silent

          

  425. terra, terrae, (f 1)Ground, land, country

          

  426. creditus + dativeHaving been trusted, believed

          

  427. laudoI seize, grab

          

  428. intraviI entered

          

  429. omnis, omneAll, every

          

  430. cognoscereTo find out, get to know

          

  431. adfuiI wanted

          

  432. vox, vocis, (f 3)Voice, shout

          

  433. taberna, tabernae, (f 1)Gate

          

  434. bellum, belliWar

          

  435. rapuiI broke, burst

          

  436. auferoI run

          

  437. domusHome

          

  438. patiTo suffer, endure

          

  439. discessiTo teach

          

  440. tenereI held

          

  441. crasI fall

          

  442. cognoscoI find out, get to know

          

  443. senex, senis, (m 3)Thing, matter, event

          

  444. ostendereTo show

          

  445. laudatusHaving been praised

          

  446. sedeoI sit

          

  447. doI give

          

  448. effugioI flee

          

  449. cognoviTo try

          

  450. summus, summa, summumHighest, greatest, top of

          

  451. paroI prefer

          

  452. tamThen

          

  453. numThen

          

  454. iaceoI am silent

          

  455. imperoTo order

          

  456. ut (indicative)Having been favoured, supported

          

  457. territusHaving been frightened

          

  458. gavisus sumI rejoiced, was pleased

          

  459. invitareTo invite

          

  460. exercitusArmy

          

  461. intrareTo kill

          

  462. liberaviI set free

          

  463. necatusHaving been killed

          

  464. currereTo rejoice, be pleased

          

  465. iamNow

          

  466. navis, navis, f (3)Ship

          

  467. portaviI asked, asked for

          

  468. iubereTo order

          

  469. rectusHaving been ruled

          

  470. captusHaving been forced, compelled

          

  471. consumoI wanted

          

  472. occidiI forced, compelled

          

  473. virtus, virtutis, (f 3)Courage, virtue

          

  474. regrediTo return, go back

          

  475. cum + ablativeWithout

          

  476. cumWhen

          

  477. convenioI gather

          

  478. itaIn this way, so

          

  479. amicus, amiciFriend

          

  480. perveniI reached, arrived at

          

  481. interfeciI killed

          

  482. reliquiI left

          

  483. hortus, horti (2)Garden

          

  484. oraviI saved, protected, kept

          

  485. pugnareTo carry

          

  486. precariI pray (to), beg

          

  487. rapioI live

          

  488. superaviI overcame, overpowered

          

  489. manus, manus, f (4)Hand, group of people

          

  490. mors, mortis, f (3)Death

          

  491. nullus, nulla, nullumLong

          

  492. servaviYesterday

          

  493. celer, celeris, celereField

          

  494. totus, tota, totumAngry

          

  495. surrexiI stood up, rose

          

  496. mirariI lay down

          

  497. ubiWhere, when?

          

  498. effugiI escaped

          

  499. emiI came

          

  500. alter, altera, alterumWhole

          

  501. simulac, simulatqueLoyal

          

  502. exspectaviI attacked

          

  503. castra, castrorumShouting, uproar

          

  504. postquamSo

          

  505. eoI go

          

  506. facioI call

          

  507. conatus sumI seemed, appeared

          

  508. rogatusHaving been stolen, taken away

          

  509. agereTo do, act, drive

          

  510. contra + accusativeAgainst

          

  511. stultus, stulta, stultumStupid, foolish

          

  512. cibus, cibiFood

          

  513. factusHaving been ruled

          

  514. fidelis, fideleTo hurry

          

  515. maneoI owe

          

  516. tolloI don't want, refuse

          

  517. cogitaviTo think

          

  518. posteaAfterwards

          

  519. liberareTo set free

          

  520. ii, iviI said

          

  521. quodNow

          

  522. vertereTo beg

          

  523. ira, irae (1)Anger

          

  524. cursusHaving been run

          

  525. brevis, breveI die, perish

          

  526. clamor, clamorisTo shout

          

  527. Romanus, Romana, RomanumNew

          

  528. cucurriI ran

          

  529. respondiI sold

          

  530. quaeroI overcome, overpower

          

  531. nauta, nautae, m (1)Sailor

          

  532. liber, libri, m (2)Book

          

  533. spectatusHaving been looked at, watched

          

  534. propter + accusativeHaving been favoured, supported

          

  535. maritus, mariti, m (2)Sword

          

  536. auferreTo steal, take away

          

  537. qui, quae, quodWho, which, what

          

  538. reddidiTo give back, restore

          

  539. patria, patriae, f (1)Other

          

  540. pellereTo be accustomed to

          

  541. necareTo kill

          

  542. namThan

          

  543. docereTo call

          

  544. narratusHaving been told, related

          

  545. spes, spei, (f 5)Hope

          

  546. vultus, vultus, (m 4)Not any, no

          

  547. moriTo die

          

  548. maluiI brought, bore, carried

          

  549. verbum, verbi, (n 2)Word

          

  550. dea, deaeDinner

          

  551. miratus sumI admired, wondered at

          

  552. tacitusHaving been silent

          

  553. conveniI gathered

          

  554. prope + accusativeNear

          

  555. parareTo hope, expect

          

  556. navigaviI sailed

          

  557. habitaviI lived

          

  558. ducoI throw

          

  559. femina, feminaeWoman

          

  560. uxor, uxoris (f 3)Family, tribe, race, people

          

  561. victusI conquered, won

          

  562. consilium, consiliiPlan, idea

          

  563. facereTo make, do

          

  564. tuus, tua, tuumBad, evil

          

  565. quando?When?

          

  566. navigoI seize, grab

          

  567. rexiWell

          

  568. talis, taleSuch

          

  569. ascensusHaving been climbed

          

  570. cadereTo fear, be afraid

          

  571. exspectoI save, protect, keep

          

  572. promissusHaving been promised

          

  573. precatus sumI prayed (to), begged

          

  574. via, viae, (f 1)Goddess

          

  575. advenireTo find

          

  576. iacioI am silent

          

  577. terruiI brought back, reported, told

          

  578. gaudeoI rejoice, am pleased

          

  579. vir, viri, (m 2)Voice, shout

          

  580. taceoI go

          

  581. actusHaving been done, acted, driven

          

  582. custodiviI guarded

          

  583. epistula, epistulaeLetter

          

  584. tuliI broke, burst

          

  585. periculum, periculi, n (2)Danger

          

  586. imperator, imperatoris (3)Empire, power, command

          

  587. regrediorI return, go back

          

  588. invitaviI invited

          

  589. quaesitusHaving been searched for, asked

          

  590. quis?I wanted

          

  591. videoI seem, appear

          

  592. ambuloI walked

          

  593. rogareTo try

          

  594. bonus, bona, bonumNew

          

  595. moxSoon

          

  596. et... etTo put, place, put up

          

  597. medius, media, mediumLong

          

  598. stareTo stand

          

  599. vivoUnless, except

          

  600. apparuiTo try

          

  601. ipsaI take, catch, capture

          

  602. amaviI loved

          

  603. progrediorI advance

          

  604. adeoSo much, so greatly

          

  605. puer, pueri, m (2)Boy

          

  606. ingrediI burnt, set on fire

          

  607. templum, templi, (n 2)Temple

          

  608. constituiI decided

          

  609. festinareI hurried

          

  610. statimAt once, immediately

          

  611. cura, curaeTo guard

          

  612. iter, itineris (3)Young man

          

  613. dormireTo sleep

          

  614. pepuliI offered

          

  615. vendereTo come

          

  616. relictusHaving been left

          

  617. apud + accusativeAmong, with, at the house of

          

  618. captivus, captiviPrisoner

          

  619. lentus, lenta, lentumSlow

          

  620. equus, equiHimself, herself, itself, themselves

          

  621. animus, animiSpirit, soul

          

  622. oppugnatusHaving been attacked

          

  623. defendoI teach

          

  624. multus, multa, multumSo great

          

  625. flumen, fluminisRiver

          

  626. noster, nostra, nostrumOur

          

  627. coepiNot

          

  628. signum, signi, (n 2)Blood

          

  629. emereTo sit

          

  630. circum + accusativeIn front of, for, in return for

          

  631. ascendoI climb

          

  632. vulnerareTo hope, expect

          

  633. ridereTo dare

          

  634. gaudereTo rejoice, be pleased

          

  635. hostis, hostis (3)Enemy

          

  636. coegiI forced, compelled

          

  637. autemI steal, take away

          

  638. positusHaving been put, placed, put up

          

  639. pugnaviI fought

          

  640. parvus, parva, parvumSmall

          

  641. deleviI moved

          

  642. exspectareTo wait for

          

  643. rediiI returned, went back

          

  644. ager, agriTo order, command

          

  645. tempus, temporis, (n 3)Wall

          

  646. proelium, proelii, n (2)Battle

          

  647. movereTo lead

          

  648. mons, montis, m (3)Mountain

          

  649. ars, artisFrom, away from, by

          

  650. ostendiI came

          

  651. auditusHaving been heard

          

  652. dormioI sleep

          

  653. rettuliI brought back, reported, told

          

  654. sapiens, sapientisWise

          

  655. soleoI write

          

  656. paeneAlmost, nearly

          

  657. ferreTo sit

          

  658. accipereTo climb

          

  659. invitoI invite

          

  660. victoria, victoriae, (f 1)Victory

          

  661. vendoI came

          

  662. minimeFor

          

  663. bellum gerereTo resist

          

  664. gens, gentis, f (3)Family, tribe, race, people

          

  665. doctusHaving been broken, burst

          

  666. se, suiHimself, herself, itself, themselves

          

  667. crudelis, crudeleCruel

          

  668. defensusHaving been defended

          

  669. responsusHaving been replied

          

  670. iuvenis, iuvenis (3)Ship

          

  671. dictusHaving been said

          

  672. custodireTo guard

          

  673. libertus, liberti, m (2)Freedman, ex-slave

          

  674. superoI overcome, overpower

          

  675. dux, ducisLeader

          

  676. bellum gessiI waged war

          

  677. tentusHaving been held

          

  678. promisiI made for, sought, begged/asked for

          

  679. leo, leonis, m (3)Lion

          

  680. offerreTo put, place, put up

          

  681. fugiI brought, bore, carried

          

  682. liberi, liberorum, m pl. (2)Father

          

  683. venireTo come

          

  684. solereTo be accustomed to

          

  685. cadoI fall

          

  686. ipsumI held

          

  687. custos, custodisConsul, government official

          

  688. locutus sumI spoke

          

  689. scribereTo order

          

  690. puniviI prepared

          

  691. nescireTo come

          

  692. vita, vitae, (f 1)Life

          

  693. dominus, dominiRiver

          

  694. scelus, sceleris, (n 3)Crime

          

  695. coactusHaving been thrown

          

  696. altus, alta, altumHigh, deep

          

  697. servus, servi, (m 2)Slave

          

  698. surgereTo tell, relate

          

  699. rogaviTo rule

          

  700. ducereTo conquer, win

          

  701. restiti + dativeI hurried

          

  702. nonnulli, nonnullae, nonnullaNot any, no

          

  703. re-I rule

          

  704. sciviI knew

          

  705. persuadeoTo advance, proceed

          

  706. speratusHaving been hoped, expected

          

  707. laboroI work

          

  708. ausus sumHaving been replied

          

  709. egrediorI go out

          

  710. scireTo punish

          

  711. relinquereI set free

          

  712. potuiTo follow

          

  713. incendoI burn, set on fire

          

  714. descendiI went down

          

  715. emoI am

          

  716. lacrimareTo cry

          

  717. amareTo hear

          

  718. festinaviI hurried

          

  719. videriTo seem, appear

          

  720. sublatusHaving been overcome, overpowered

          

  721. malleTo prefer

          

  722. celatusHaving been hidden

          

  723. res, rei, (f 5)Thing, matter, event

          

  724. videorIt, that

          

  725. vulneroTo want

          

  726. egrediI prepared

          

  727. apparereTo appear

          

  728. noloI don't want, refuse

          

  729. ostentusHaving been shown

          

  730. dareTo give

          

  731. habitusI live

          

  732. intratusHaving been entered

          

  733. relinquoHaving been brought back, reported, told

          

  734. intellectusHaving been said

          

  735. salutareTo greet

          

  736. olimWhen

          

  737. subitoHaving been owed

          

  738. suus, sua, suumAlone, lonely, only

          

  739. clamaviHaving been shouted

          

  740. nuntiareTo announce

          

  741. liberatusHaving been hidden

          

  742. numquamAlthough

          

  743. inventusHaving been found

          

  744. Roma, (f 1)Rome

          

  745. vulneraviI wounded, injured

          

  746. semperI bring back, report, tell

          

  747. necoThus, in this way

          

  748. oratusHaving been begged

          

  749. proficisciTo set out

          

  750. portareTo tell, relate

          

  751. imperatus + dativeHaving been ordered, commanded

          

  752. dormiviI save, protect, keep

          

  753. monereTo be silent

          

  754. imperaviI overcame, overpowered

          

  755. corpus, corporisBody

          

  756. rogoI ask, ask for

          

  757. processiI advanced, proceeded

          

  758. primus, prima, primumFirst

          

  759. deleoI destroy

          

  760. debuiI didn't want, refused

          

  761. hora, horae (1)Island, block of flats

          

  762. sedereTo hold

          

  763. locus, loci, m (2)Place

          

  764. cur?Why?

          

  765. villa, villae (f 1)House

          

  766. illudIt, that

          

  767. maloI prefer

          

  768. ecce!I teach

          

  769. fuiI am

          

  770. iussusHaving been ordered

          

  771. consumereI caught sight of

          

  772. nihilNothing

          

  773. intereaTo rule

          

  774. libenterHaving been set free

          

  775. duxiHow many?

          

  776. lux, lucis, f (3)Light, daylight

          

  777. conficereTo finish, wear out

          

  778. resistereTo resist

          

  779. discedoI leave

          

  780. laudareTo love

          

  781. conspicereTo gather

          

  782. abesseTo be absent

          

  783. auxilium, auxiliiWho, which, what

          

  784. pater, patris, m (3)Country, homeland

          

  785. obtuliI offered

          

  786. vocareTo call

          

  787. oppugnareTo attack

          

  788. miles, militis, m (3)Thing, matter, event

          

  789. idem, eadem, idemThe same

          

  790. enimFor

          

  791. voluiI feared, was afraid

          

  792. cognitusHaving been found out, got to know

          

  793. ipseHimself

          

  794. canisHaving been brought, bore, carried

          

  795. pulsusHaving been driven

          

  796. constitutusHaving been decided

          

  797. inimicus, inimici (2)Enemy

          

  798. amor, amorisNo-one

          

  799. caelum, caeliSky, heaven

          

  800. habitatusHaving been lived

          

  801. validus, valida, validumStrong

          

  802. perireTo go

          

  803. feroI don't want, refuse

          

  804. sicI stand

          

  805. frustraHaving been ruled

          

  806. interfectusMeanwhile

          

  807. diuFor a long time

          

  808. pereoI die, perish

          

  809. perventusHaving been reached, arrived at

          

  810. dediI moved

          

  811. in + accusativeInto, onto

          

  812. loquorI die

          

  813. hortatus sumI died

          

  814. pecunia, pecuniae, f (1)Road, way

          

  815. aedificareTo finish, wear out

          

  816. bibereTo dare

          

  817. vulnus, vulneris, (n 3)Light, daylight

          

  818. venditusTo sell

          

  819. rex, regis, (m 3)King

          

  820. descendereTo go down

          

  821. salve! salvete (plural)!Small

          

  822. num...?Surely... not?

          

  823. legoI gave

          

  824. domiI sleep

          

  825. portatusHaving been carried

          

  826. ostendoI go down

          

  827. ascendiI burn, set on fire

          

  828. vulneratusHaving been wounded, injured

          

  829. accidiI killed

          

  830. invitatusHaving been burnt, set on fire

          

  831. antea, ante + accusativeBefore, in front of

          

  832. ceteri, ceterae, ceteraThe others, the rest

          

  833. gaudium, gaudii, n (2)Joy, pleasure

          

  834. solitus sumI was accustomed to

          

  835. vinum, vini, (n 2)Wine

          

  836. pes, pedis, m (3)Lion

          

  837. verus, vera, verumTrue, real

          

  838. veniTo follow

          

  839. videreTo order

          

  840. credoI rule

          

  841. sub + accusative/ablativeUnder, beneath

          

  842. putatusHaving been killed

          

  843. liberoI set free

          

  844. docuiI owed

          

  845. paratusHaving been prepared

          

  846. possumI am able

          

  847. ductusHaving been led

          

  848. respondereTo break, burst

          

  849. manereTo put, place, put up

          

  850. descensusHaving been gone down

          

  851. redditusHaving been given back, restored

          

  852. favereI bring, bear, carry

          

  853. superatusHaving been given

          

  854. sediI did, acted, drove

          

  855. curroI run

          

  856. petereTo think

          

  857. patiorI suffer, endure

          

  858. periiI died, perished

          

  859. vidiI read, chose

          

  860. stetiI was silent

          

  861. beneI bring, bear, carry

          

  862. conspexiI caught sight of

          

  863. loquiTo speak

          

  864. postridieI guard

          

  865. conficioI don't know

          

  866. portoI die, perish

          

  867. intellexiHe

          

  868. noluiI am accustomed to

          

  869. benignus, benigna, benignumKind

          

  870. nec, nequeand not, nor, neither

          

  871. quaesiviI loved

          

  872. poena, poenae, f (1)Punishment

          

  873. caput, capitisLeader

          

  874. rupiI led

          

  875. vivereTo live

          

  876. sensiHaving been felt, noticed

          

  877. cupioCitizen

          

  878. ambulareTo walk

          

  879. alii... aliiSpirit, soul

          

  880. timuiI feared, was afraid

          

  881. hortariI carried

          

  882. trans + accusative (or as a verb prefix)Across

          

  883. intellegereTo understand, realise

          

  884. domina, dominaeMistress

          

  885. descendoI write

          

  886. nuntiatusHaving been announced

          

  887. procedereTo leave

          

  888. regina, reginae, (f 1)Queen

          

  889. nos, nostrumTo try

          

  890. servatusHaving been saved, protected, kept

          

  891. eaBut

          

  892. iussiThere

          

  893. acceptusHaving been accepted, received