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a, ab
From, by
abducere
abduco, abducere, abduxi, abductus; To lead away
abeo
abeo, abire, abii; To go away
absens
absens, absentis; Absent
absentia
absentia, absentiae, f. Absence
abesse
absum, abesse, abfui; To be away
ac
And
accidere
accido, accidere, accidi; To happen
accipere
accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptus; To accept
accusare
accuso, accusare, accusavi, accusatus, To accuse
actor
actor, actoris, m.; Actor
ad
To, at
addere
addo, addere, addidi, additus; To add
adeo (av)
So much, so greatly
adire
adeo, adire, adii; To approach
adhuc
Up till now
adipisci
adipiscor, adipisci, adeptus sum; To receive
adiuvare
adiuvo, adiuvare, adiuvi; To help
adligare
adligo, adligare, adligavi, adligatus; To tie
adloqui
adloquor, adloqui, adlocutus sum; To speak to
administrare
administro, administrare, administravi, administratus; To look after
admiratio
admiratio, admirationis, f.; Admiration
admirari
admiror, admirari, admiratus sum; To admire
admittere
admitto, admittere, admisi, admissus; To let in
adorare
adoro, adorare, adoravi, adoratus; To adore
adstare
adsto, adstare, adstiti; To stand by
adesse
adsum, adesse, adfui; To be present
advenire
advenio, advenire, adveni, adventus; To arrive
adventus
adventus, adventus, m.; Arrival
adversus
adversus, adversa, adversum; Hostile, unfortunate
res adversae
Misfortune
aedificum
aedificum, aedificii, n.; Building
aedificare
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi, aedificatus; To build
aeger
aeger, aegra, aegrum; Sick
aegrotus
aegrotus, aegroti, m.; Invalid
abhinc
Ago
abhorruere
abhorreo, abhorrere, abhorrui; To shrink from
abigere
abigo, abigere, abegi, abactus; To drive away
Aegyptius
Aegyptius, Aegyptia, Aegyptium; Egyptian
Aegyptus
Aegyptus, Aegypti, f. Egypt
aequus
aequus, aequa, aequum; Calm, fair
aeternus
aeternus, aeterna, aeternum; Eternal
Aethiopes
Aethiopes, Aethiopum, m.pl. Ethiopians
afficere
afficio, afficere, affeci, affectus; To affect
affectus
affectus, affecta, affectum; Affected, overcome
affligere
affligo, affligere, afflixi, afflictus; To afflict, hurt
agellus
agellus, agelli, m. Small plot of land
ager
ager, agri, m. Field
agger
agger, aggeris, m. Ramp, mound
agitare
agito, agitare, agitavi, agitatus; To chase, hunt
agmen
agmen, agminis, n. Procession, column of men
agnoscere
agnosco, agnoscere, agnovi, agnitus; To recognise
agere
ago, agere, egi, actus; To do, act
age
Come on!
fabulam ago
To act a play
gratias ago
To give thanks
negotium ago
To do business
vitam ago
To lead a life
agricola
agricola, agricolae, m. Farmer
aliquando
Sometimes
aliquis
aliquis, aliquid; Something
aliquid miri
Something extraordinary
alius
alius, alia, aliud; Other, another, else
alter
alter, altera, alterum; The other, the second
altus
altus, alta, altum; High, deep
ambitio
ambitio, ambitionis, f. Bribery
ambo
ambo, ambae, ambo; Both
ambulare
ambulo, ambulare, ambulavi; To walk
amens
amens, amentis; Out of mind, in a frenzy
amicus
amicus, amici, m. Friend
amittere
amitto, amittere, amisi, amissus; To lose
amare
amo, amare, amavi, amatus; To love
amor
amor, amoris, m; Love
amphitheatrum
amphitheatrum, amphitheatri, n. Amphitheatre
amphora
amphora, amphorae, f. Wine jar
amplecti
amplector, amplecti, amplexus sum; To embrace
amplissimus
amplissimus, amplissima, amplissimum; Very great
amputare
amputo, amputare, amputavi, amputatus; To cut off
an
Or
ancilla
ancilla, ancillae, f. Maid
angelus
angelus, angeli, m. Angel
angustus
angustus, angusta, angustum; Narrow
animus
animus, animi, m. Spirit, soul, mind
in animo volvo
To wonder
annus
annus, anni, m. Year
ante
Before, in front of
antea
Before
anulus
anulus, anuli, m. Rind
anus
anus, anus, f. Old woman
anxius
anxius, anxia, anxium; Anxious
aper
aper, apri, m. Boar
aperire
aperio, aperire, aperui, apertus; To open
aperte
Openly
apparere
appareo, apparere, apparui; To appear
appelare
appelo, appellare, appellavi, appellatus; To call, call out to
appropinquare
appropinquo, appropinquare, appropinquavi; To approach
aptus
aptus, apta, aptum; Suitable
apud
Among, at the house of
aqua
aqua, aquae, f. Water
ara
ara, arae, f. Altar
arbiter
arbiter, arbitri, m. Expert, judge
arbor
arbor, arboris, f. Tree
arcessere
arcesso, arcessere, arcessivi, arcessitus; To summon
architectus
architectus, architecti, m. Builder, architect
arcus
arcus, arcus, m. Arch
ardere
ardeo, ardere, arsi; To burn, be on fire
ardor
ardor, ardoris, m. Spirit, enthusiasm
area
area, areae, f. Courtyard, builder's yard
arena
arena, arenae, f. Arena
argenteus
argenteus, argentea, argenteum; Made of silver
arma
arma, armorum, n. pl. Arms, weapons
arrogantia
arrogantia, arrogantiae, f. Arrogance
ars
ars, artis, f. Art, skill
artifex
artifex, artificis, m. Artist, craftsman
as
as, assis, m. As (small coin)
ascendere
ascendo, ascendere, ascendi; To climb, rise
at
But
Athenae
Athenae, Athenarum, f. pl. Athens
atque
And
atrium
atrium, atrii, n. Atrium
attonitus
attonitus, attonita, attonitum; Astonished
auctor
auctor, auctoris; Creator, originator
me auctore
At my suggestion
auctoritas
auctoritas, auctoritatis, f. Authority
audacia
audacia, audaciae, f. Boldness, audacity
audacter
Boldly
audax
audax, audacis; Bold, daring
audere
audeo, audere; To dare
audire
audio, audire, audivi, auditus; To hear
auferre
aufero, auffero, abstuli, ablatus; To steal, take away
augere
augeo, augere, auxi, auctus; To increase (augment)
aula
aula, aulae, f. Palace
aureus
aureus, aurea, aureum; Golden
auriga
auriga, aurigae, m. Charioteer
auris
auris, auris, f. Ear
autem
But
auxillium
auxilium, auxilii, n. Help
avarus
avarus, avari, m. Miser
avia
avia, aviae, f. Grandmother
avide
Eagerly
avis
avis, avis, f. Bird
balneum
balneum, balnei, n. Bath
barba
barba, barbae, f. Beard
barbarus
barbarus, barbari, m. Barbarian
bellum
bellum, belli, n. War
bellum gero
To wage war
bene
Well
optime
Very well
beneficium
beneficium, beneficii, n. Act of kindness, favor
benignus
benignus, benigna, benignum; Kind
bibere
bibo, bibere, bibi; To drink
blandus
blandus, blanda, blandum; Flattering
bonus
bonus, bona, bonum; Good
melior
melior, melius; Better
melius est
It would be better
optimus
optimus, optima, optimum; Very good
brevi
In a short time
brevis
brevis, breve; Short, brief
Britanni
Britanni, Britannorum, m. pl.
Britannia
Britannia, Britanniae, f. Britain
C.
Gaius
caelum
caelum, caeli, n. Sky
calceus
calceus, calcei, m. Shoe
calliditas
callidatis, callidatitis, f. Cleverness
callidus
callidus, callida, callidum; Cunning, clever
candelabrum
candelabrum, candelabri, n. Lampstand, candelabrum
candidatus
candidatus, candidati, m. Candidate
canis
canis, canis, m. Dog
cantare
canto, cantare, cantavi, cantatus; To sing
tibiis canto
To play on the pipes (lit. to sing with pipes)
capere
capio, capere, cepi, captus; To take, capture
consilium capio
To have an idea, make a plan
Capitolium
Capitolium, Capitolii, n. The Capitol
captiva
captiva, captivae, f. Female prisoner
captivus
captivus, captivi, m. Prisoner
caput
caput, capitis, n. Head
carcer
carcer, carceris, m. Prison
carmen
carmen, carminis, n. Song
carnifex
carnifex, carnificis, m. Executioner
carus
carus, cara, carum; Dear
castellum
castellum, castelli, n. Fort
castra
castra, castrorum, n. pl.
casus
casus, casus, m. Misfortune
catena
catena, catenae, f. Chain
caudex
caudex, caudicis, m. Idiot
caute
Carefully
cavere
caveo, cavere, cavi; To beware
cedere
cedo, cedere, cessi; To give in, give way
celebrare
celebro, celebrare, celebravi, celebratus; To celebrate
celeriter
Quickly
cellarius
cellarius, cellarii, m. Steward
celare
celo, celare, celavi, celatus; To hide
cena
cena, cenae, f. Dinner
cenare
ceno, cenare, cenavil To dine
centum
100
centurio
centurio, centurionis, m. Centurion
certe
Certainly
certare
certo, certare, certavi; To compete
ceteri
ceteri, ceterae, cetera, pl. The others
Christiani
Christiani, Christianorum, m. pl. Christians
cibus
cibus, cibi, m. Food
circa
with acc; Around
circiter
with acc; About
circulus
circulus, circuli, m. Hoop
circum
with acc; Around
circumspectare
circumspecto, circumspectare, circumspectavi; To look around
circumvenire
circumvenio, circumvenire, circumveni, circumventus; To surround
circus
circus, circi, m. Circus, stadium
Circus Maximus
The Circus Maximus
citharoedus
citharoedus, citharoedi, m. Cithara player
civis
civis, civis, m.f. Citizen
clades
clades, cladis, f. Disaster
clamare
clamo, clamare, clamavi; To shout
clamor
clamor, clamoris, m. Shout, uproar
clarus
clarus, clara, clarum; Famous, distinguished
claudere
claudo, claudere, clausi, clausus; To shut, close, complete
cliens
cliens, clientis, m. Client
coepi
I began
cogitare
cogito, cogitare, cogitavi; To think, consider
cognoscere
cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi, cognitus; To get to know
cogere
cogo, cogere, coegi, coactus; To force, compel
colligere
colligo, colligere, collegi, collectus; To gather, assemble, collect
collocare
colloco, collocare, collocavi, collocatus; To place, put
columba
columba, columbae, f. Dove
columna
columna, columnae, f. Pillar, column
comes
comes, comitis, m.f. Comrade, companion
comiter
Politely, courteously
comitari
comitor, comitari, comitatus sum
comitans
comitans, comitantis; Accompanying
commemorare
commemoro, commemorare, commemoravi, commemoratus; To mention, recall
commendare
commendo, commendare, commendavi, commendatus; To recommend
committere
committo, committere, commisi, commisus; To begin, commit
commodus
commodus, commoda, commodum; Convenient
commotus
commotus, commota, commotum; Moved, alarmed, distressed, excited
comparare
comparo, comparare, comparavi, comparatus; To obtain
complere
compleo, complere, complevi, completus; To fill
compluvium
compluvium, compluvii, n. Compluvium (opening in the roof)
componere
compono, componere, composui, compositus; To arrange, put together
compositus
compositus, composita, compositum; Composed, steady
comprehendere
comprehendo, comprehendere, comprehensi, comprehensus; To arrest
conclave
conclave, conclavis, n. Room
concrepare
concrepo, concrepare, concrepui; To snap, click
conducere
conduco, conducere, conduxi, conductus; To hire
conficere
conficio, conficere, confeci, confectus; To finish
confectus
confectus, confecta, confectum; Exhausted, overcome
confidere
confido, confidere; To trust
conicere
conicio, conicere, conieci, coniectus; To hurl, throw
conari
conor, conari, conatus sum; To try
conscendere
condescendo, condescendere, condescendi; To embark, board, mount
consentire
consentio, consentire, consensi; To agree

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