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abdo 3 abdidi abditus
to hide
abhinc
ago
absum abesse afui
to be absent
accidit 3 accidit
it happens
accipio 3 accepi acceptus
to receive, accept
accuso 1
to accuse
acer acris acre
sharp, keen
acerbus a um
bitter
acies aciei f
battle-line
acuo 3 accui accutus
to sharpen
acutus a um
sharp, pointed
addo 3 addidi additum
to add
adeo
to such an extent, so much
adimo 3 ademi ademptus
to take away
adipiscor adipisci adeptus
to obtain, acquire
aditus us m
approach
adolesco 3 adoleui adultum
to grow up
adolescens entis m
young man
adorior adoriri adortus
to attack
adsum adesse adfui
to be present
aduentus us m
arrival
aduersus a um
facing, opposed
aedes aedium f pl
house
aedifico 1
to build
aeger aegra aegrum
ill, sick
aegre
scarcely, with difficulty
aemulor 1
to rival
aemulus a um (+dat)
rivalling, jealous (what case?)
aequus a um
level, fair
aequor oris n
sea, flat plain
aer aeris m
air
aes aeris n
copper, bronze
aestas aetatis f
summer, heat
aestimo 1
to value, reckon
aestus us m
heat, tide
aetas aetatis f
age
aether aetheris m
air
aeuum i n
era, period of time
agger aggeris m
rampart
ager agri m
territory, field
agrestis is e
of the country
agricola ae m
farmer
aggredior aggredi aggressus
to approach, attack
agnosco 3 agnoui agnitus
to recognize
ago 3 egi actus
to do, drive, carry on
agmen agminis n
army, marching-column
ait
he says, he said
ala ae f
wing
alacer alacris alacre
brisk, quick
albus a um
white
aliquis quis quid
someone
alius alia aliud
other, another
alienus a um
belonging to another
alter altera alterum
the other, second
altus a um
high, deep
ambulo 1
to walk
amicus i m
friend
amicitia ae f
friendship
amitto 3 amisi amisus
to lose
amo 1
to love
amor amoris m
love, desire
amplector amplecti amplexus
to embrace
amplius
more, more fully
anceps ancipitis
doubtful
angustus a um
narrow
angustiae arum f
narrow pass, defile
animaduerto 3 animaduerti animaduersus
to notice
anima ae f
spirit, life, breath
animus i m
mind, courage
annus i m
year
ante
before (prep)
antea
before (adv)
antequam
before (conj.)
antrum i n
cave
aperio 4 aperui apertus
to open (trans.)
appareo 2
to appear, to be visible
appello 1
to call
approprinquo 1 (+ dat)
to approach (what case?)
aptus a um
suitable, appropriate
aqua ae f
water
aquila ae f
eagle
ara ae f
altar
aro 1
to plough
aratum i n
plough
aruum i n
field
arbitror 1
to think
arbor arboris f
tree
arceo 2
to ward off, keep away
arcesso 3 arcessiui arcessitus
to send for
arcus us m
bow (weapon), arch
ardeo 2 arsi arsum
to prove, accuse
arduus a um
steep, towering, difficult
argentum i n
silver
arguo 3 argui argutus
to prove, accuse
aridus a um
dry
arma armorum n pl
weapons, arms
armo 1
to arm
ars artis f
skill, art
artus us m pl
limbs
arx arcis f
citadel, fortress
ascendo 3 ascendi ascensus
to climb
asper aspera asperum
rough
astrum i n
star
at
but
atque
and
auctor auctoris m/f
person responsible for
auctoritas auctoritatis f
authority, influence
audeo 2 ausus
to dare
audax audacis
bold, rash
audacia f
boldness, rashness
audio 4
to hear
augeo 3 auxi auctum
to increase (trns.)
aura ae f
breeze, air
aurum i n
gold
aut
either, or
autem
moreover, but
auxilium i n
help
auxilia auxiliorum n pl
troops
auidus a um
greedy, desirous
auus i m
grandfather, ancestor
barbarus a um
foreign, barbarous
bellum i n
war
benignus a um
kind
bibo 3 bibi bibitus
to drink
blandus a um
nice, pleasant
blandior 4 (+ dat)
to flatter
bonus a um
good
bonum i n
advantage
bene
well
bos bouis m
ox
bracchium i n
arm (of a body)
breuis is e
short
cadauer cadaueris n
corpse
cado 3 cecidi casus
to fall
casus us m
fall, occurrence, change
caecus a um
blind
caedo 3 cecidi caesus
to cut, beat, kill
caedes is f
murder, slaughter
caelum i n
sky, heaven, climate
caelestis caelestis caeleste
of the sky, heavenly
calidus a um
warm, hot
callidus a um
clever, cunning
campus i m
plain, field
canis canis m
dog
cano 3 cecini cantus
to sing
canto 1
to sing
carmen carminis n
song, poem, poetry (in pl.)
caput capitis m
head
carcer carceris m
prison
careo 2 carui caritus (short a)
to be without, lack
castra castrorum n pl
camp
castellum i n
fort
caueo 2 caui cautus
to take care, beware
cauus a um
hollow
cedo 3 cessi cessus
to go, yield
celeber bris bre
famous, crowded
celer celeris celere
swift
celo 1
to hide
cena ae f
dinner
censeo 3 censui census
to think, vote, value
centurio centurionis m
centurion
cerno 3 creui cretus
to see, distinguish
certo 1
to fight, struggle
certamen certaminis n
struggle
certus a um
sure, fixed
ceruix icis f
neck
cesso 1
to delay, be slow, stop
ceterus a um
remaining, the rest
cibus i m
food
cieo ciere ciui citus
to rouse, summom, stir up
cito 1
to rouse, summom, stir up
cito
quickly
cingo 3 cinxi cinctus
to surround
cinis cineris m
ashes
circumdo 1 circumdedi circumdatus
to surround
citra
on this side of
citerior (citerioris)
nearer
ciuis ciuis m/f
citizen
ciuilis is e
civil, of citizens
ciuitas ciuitatis f
state, country
clades cladis f
defeat, disaster
clamo 1
to shout
clamor oris m
shout
clarus a um
famous, clear
classis is f
fleet
claudo 3 clausi clausus
to shut
coepi (fut. coepero, past. coeperam)
began
coerceo 2
to confine, control
cogito 1
to think, ponder
cognosco 3 cognoui cognitus
to find out, to get to know
cogo 3 coegi coactus
to compel, drive, collect
cohors ortis f
band of troops
cohortor 1
to encourage
collis is m
hill
collum i n
neck
colo 3 colui cultum
to cultivate, worship, pay attention to
color oris m
color
coma ae f
hair, leaves of a tree
comes itis m/f
companion
commeatus us m
supplies, provision
comminus
at close quarters
committo 3 commisi commissus
to join, commit, entrust
commodus a um
convenient, advantageous
commodum i n
advantage, profit
comparo 1
to procure, obtain
comperio 4 comperui compertus
to find out, discover
compleo 3 compleui completus
to fill up
complures es a
several, a fair number of
comprehendo 3 comprendi comprensus
to seize, understand
concido 3 concidi (short i)
to fall, collapse
concido 3 concidi concisus (long i)
to cut down, destroy
concilio 1
to win over, conciliate
concilium i n
association, council
condo 3 condidi conditus
to establish, store, bury
conficio 3 confeci confectus
to finish, do
confectus a um
exhausted
coniunx coniugis m/f
husband, wife
coniuro 1
to swear, conspire
coniuratus i m
conspirator
conor 1
to try
consentio 4 consensi consensus
to agree
consilium i n
plan, policy
consisto 3 constiti constitus
to stand still, stop
conspicio 3 conspexi conspectus
to perceive
conspicuus a um
visible, outstanding
conspectus us m
sight, view
constans constantis
brave, resolute
constantia ae f
bravery
constat 1 constitit
it is agreed
constituo 3 consitui constitutus
to decide, establish
consuesco 3 consueui consuetus
to accustom, be accustomed
consuetudo consuetudinis f
custom, habit
consulo 3 consului consultus
to consult
consul ulis m
consul
contemno 3 contempsi contemptus
to despise (1)
contendo 3 contendi contentus
to march, strive, hasten
contineo 3 continui contentus
to keep in, enclose
contio ionis f
assembly, meeting
copia ae f
abundance, supply
copiae arum f pl
troops
cor cordis n
heart
cornu us n
horn, wing (of an army)
corpus oris n
body
cotidie
daily
cotidianus a um
of daily
cras
tomorrow
crastinus a um
of tomorrow
creber bra brum
numerous, frequent
crebro
frequently
credo 3 (+dat)
to believe, entrust

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