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Glossary of Latin Ch. 1-29 Vocab

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pronoun, myself
Quid
pronoun, what
Nihil
(indeclinable) nothing
Nōn
adverb, not
Saepe
adverb, often
conjunction, if
Amō, amāre, amāvī, amātum
to love, like
Cogitō, cogitāre, cogitāvī, cogitātum
to think, ponder, consider, plan
Debeō, dēbēre, debuī, debitum
to owe, ought
Dō, dāre, dedī, datum
to give, offer
Errō, errāre, errāvi, erratum
to wander, err, go astray, be mistaken
Laudō, laudāre, laudāvī, laudātum
to praise
Moneō, monēre, monuī, monitum
to remind, advise, warn
Salveō, salvēre; salvē, salvēte
to be well, be in good health; hello, greetings
Servō, servāre, servāvī, servātum
to preserve, save
Conservō, cōnservāre, conservāvī, cōnservātum
to preserve, conserve, maintain
Terreō, terrēre, terruī, territum
frighten, terrify
Valeō, valēre, valuī, valitūrum; valē
to be strong, have power, be well; goodbye, farewell
Videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum
to see, observe, understand
Vocō, vocāre, vocāvī, vocātum
to call, summon
Fāma, famae
rumor, report
Fōrma, fōrmae
form, shape, beauty
Fortūna, fortūnae
fortune, luck
Īra, īrae
ire, anger
Nauta, nautae
sailor
Patria, patriae
fatherland
Pecunia, -ae
money
Philosophia, -ae
philosophy
Poena, -ae
penalty, punishment
Poeta, -ae
poet
Porta, -ae
gate, entrance
Puella, -ae
girl
Rosa, -ae
rose
Sententia, -ae
feeling, thought, opinion, vote, sentence
Vīta, -ae
life
Antīqua, -ae
ancient, old-time
Magna, -ae
large, great, important
Mea, -ae
my
Multa, -ae
much, many
Tua, -ae
your
Et; et…et
and;both…and
Ō
O! Oh!
Sine
prep. + abl, without
est
is
optimē!
great
pessimē!
terrible
bene!
good
satis bene
so-so or ok
nōn bene
not well.
Et tū?
and you?
Ager, agrī
field, farm
Agricola, -ae
farmer
Amīca, -ae (f) and amīcus, amīcī
friend
Fēmina, -ae
woman
Filia, -ae
daughter
Fīlius, fīliī
son
Numerus, -ī
number
Populus, -ī
the people, a people, a nation
Puer, puerī
boy
Sapientia, -ae
wisdom
Vir, virī
man, hero
Avārus (m) and avāra
greedy
Paucī (m) and paucae (f)
(usually plural) few, a few
Rōmanus, -ī
Roman
prep + abl, down from, from; concerning, about; down, away, aside, out, off
In
prep + acc, into, toward; against
Hodiē
today
Semper
always
Habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum
to have, hold, possess, consider, regard
Satiō
to satisfy, sate
Bāsium, -iī
kiss
Bellum, -ī
war
Cōnsilium, -iī
plan, purpose, counsel, advice, judgment, wisdom
Cūra, -ae
care, attention, caution, anxiety
Dōnum, -ī
gift, present
Exitium, -iī
destruction, ruin
Magister, magistrī
schoolmaster or schoolmistress, teacher, master or mistress
Mora, -ae
delay
Oculus, -ī
eye
Officium, -ī
duty, service
Ōtium, -iī
leisure, peace
Perīculum, -ī
danger, risk
Bellus, -a, -um
pretty, handsome, charming
Bonus, -a, -um
good
Hūmanus, -a, -um
pertaining to man
Malus, -a, -um
bad
Parvus, -a, -um
small
Stultus, -a, -um
foolish
Vērus, -a, -um
true, real, proper
Iuvō (or aduivō), iuvāre, iuvī, iūtum
to help, aid, assist
Sum, esse, fuī, futūrum
to be
Adulēscentia, -ae
youth, young manhood
Animus, -ī
soul, spirit, mind
Caelum, -ī
sky, heaven
Culpa, -ae
fault, blame
Glōria, -ae
glory, fame
Verbum, -ī
word
abl. & acc. singular, you; yourself
Līber, -a, -um
free
Noster, nostra, nostrum
our, ours
Pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
beautiful, handsome
Sānus, -a, -um
sound, healthy, sane
Igitur
postpositive, therefore, consequently
-ne
enclitic or suffix added to the emphatic word placed at the beginning of a sentence to indicate a question the answer to which is uncertain.
Propter
prep. + acc., on account of, because of
Crās
tomorrow
Herī
yesterday
Quandō;
when; if ever
Satis
enough, sufficient
Tum
then, at that time
Cēnō
to dine
Culpō
to blame, censure
Remaneō, remanēre, remānsī, remānsum or maneō, manēre, mansī, mansum
to remain, stay behind
Superō
to be above, have the upper hand
Dea, -ae
goddess
Deus, -ī
god
Discipula, -ae and discipulus, -ī
student
Insidiae, -ārum (always plural)
ambush, plot, treachery
Liber, librī
book
Tyrannus, -ī
absolute ruler, tyrant
Vitium, -ī
fault, crime, vice
Graecus, -a, -um
Greek
Perpetuus, -a, -um
perpetual, lasting, uninterrupted, continuous
Plēnus, -a, -um
full, abundant, generous
Salvus, -a, -um
safe, sound
Secundus, -a, -um
second; favorable
Vester, vestra, vestrum
your (pl)
-que
enclitic conjunction, and
sed
but
ubi
where, when
ibi
there
nunc
now, at present
quārē
because of which thing
possum, posse, potuī
to be able, can, could, have power
tolerō
to bear, endure
Amor, amoris
love
Carmen, carminis
song
Cīvitās, cīvitātis
state, citizenship
Corpus, corporis
body
Homō, hominis
human being
Labor, labōris
work, labor
Littera, -ae
letter of the alphabet, a letter (epistle)
Mōs, mōris
habit, custom, manner
Nōmen, nōminis
name
Pāx, pācis
Pāx, pācis
Rēgina, -ae
queen
Rēx, rēgis
king
Tempus, temporis
time, occasion, opportunity
Terra, -ae
earth, ground, land, country
Uxor, uxōris
wife
Virgō, virginis
maiden, virgin
Virtūs, virtūtis
manliness, courage
Novus, -a, -um
new, strange
Post
prep + acc., after, behind
Sub
prep + abl with verbs of rest, prep + acc with verbs of motion, under, up under, close to
Audeō, audēre, ausus sum
to dare
Cicerō, Cicerōnis
Cicero
Copia, -ae
abundance, supply
Frāter, frātris
brother
Laus, laudis
praise, glory, fame
Lībertās, lībertātis
liberty
Ratiō, ratiōnis
reckoning, account, reason, judgment
Scrīptor, scrīptōris
writer, author
Soror, sorōris
sister
Victōria, -ae
victory
Dum
while, as long as, at the same time that
Ad
prep + acc, to, up to, near to
Ex or ē
prep + abl., out of, from, from within
Nunquam
never
Tamen
nevertheless, still
Agō, agere, ēgī, actum
to drive, lead, do, act, pass, spend
Grātiās agere + dat
to thank someone
Dēmonstrō
to point out, show
Discō, discere, didicī
to learn
Doceō, docēre, docuī, doctum
to teach
Dūcō, dūcere, duxī, ductum
to lead, consider, regard
Gerō, gerere, gessī, gestum
to carry, carry on, manage
Scrībō, scrībere, scrīpsī, scrīptum
to write, compose
Trahō, trahere, trāxī, tractum
to draw, drag, derive
Vincō, vincere, vīcī, victum
to conquer, overcome
Locus, -ī
place, passage in literature
Morbus, -ī
disease, sickness
Studium, -iī
eagerness, zeal, pursuit, study
Hic, haec, hoc
this; the latter; he, she, it, they
Ille, illa, illud
that; the former; the famous; he, she, it, they
Iste, ista, istud
that of yours; that; such
Alius, -a, -ud
other, another
Alter, altera, alterum
the other (of two)
Neuter, neutra, neutrum
not either, neither
Nullus, -a, -um
not any, no, none
Sōlus, -a, -um
alone, only, the only
Tōtus, -a, -um
whole, entire
Ullus, -a, -um
any
Unus, -a, -um
one, single, alone
Uter, utra, utrum
either, which (of two)
Enim
for, in fact, truly
Nimis or nimium
too, too much, excessively
Amīcitia, -ae
friendship
Cupiditās, cupiditātis
desire, longing, passion, cupidity, avarice
Hōra, -ae
hour, time
Nātura, -ae
nature
Senectūs, senectūtis
old age
Timor, timōris
fear
Veritās, vēritātis
truth
Via, -ae
way, road, street
Voluptās, voluptātis
pleasure
Beātus, -a, -um
happy, fortunate, blessed
Quoniam
since, inasmuch as
Cum
prep + abl., with (May appear as a prefix as com-, con-, cor-, col-, co-, and means with, together, completely)
Audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītum
to hear, listen to
Capiō, capere, cēpī, captum
to take, capture, seize, get
Dīcō, dīcere, dixī, dictum
to say, tell, speak; name, call
Faciō, facere, fēcī, factum
to make, do, accomplish
Fugiō, fugere, fugī, fugitūrum
to flee, hurry away; go into exile; avoid, shun
Veniō, venīre, venī, ventum
to come
Inveniō, invenīre, invenī, inventum
to come upon, to discover
Vivō, vivere, vixī, victum
to live
Caput, capitis (n)
head; leader; beginning; life; heading; chapter
Consul, consulis (m)
consul
Nemō, nūllus, neminī, neminem, nullō, or nullā (m. or f.)
no one, nobody
Ego, meī
I
Tū, tuī
you
Is, ea, id
this, that; he, she, it
Idem, eadem, idem
the same
Amīcus, -a, -um
friendly
Cārus, -a, -um
dear
Quod
because
Neque, nec
and not; nor
Autem
however; moreover
Bene
well, satisfactorily, quite
Etiam
even
Intellegō, intellegere, intellexī, intellectum
to understand
Mittō, mittere, misī, missum
to send, let go
Sentiō, sentīre, sensī, sensum
to feel, perceive, think, experience
Adulēscēns, adulēscentis (m. and f.)
young man or woman
Annus, -ī (m)
year
Asia, -ae (f)
Asia
Caesar, Caesaris (m)
Caesar
Māter, matris (f)
mother
Medicus, -ī (m)
doctor, physician
Pater, patris (m)
father
Patientia, -ae (f)
suffering, patience, endurance
Prīncipium, -ī (n)
beginning
Acerbus, -a, -um
harsh, bitter, grievous
Prō
prep + abl, in front of, before, on behalf of, for the sake of, in return for, instead of, for, as
Diū
long, for a long time
Nūper
recently
Āmittō, -mittere, mīsī, missum
to lose, let go

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