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Glossary of Pinecrest Academy Henle Latin I

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Laudo, laudare, laudavi, laudatus
To praise
femina,-ae
woman
nauta,-ae
sailor
adoro, 1 tr.
adore
aestimo, 1 tr. (acc. w. infin.)
think
appello, 1 tr (two accus.)
call, call upon, address
plurimum
very much,very
valeo,valere,valui,valiturus
am strong,am well,am influential
cerno,cernere
distinguish,see
quis,quid
who?,what?
ostendo,ostendere,ostendi,ostentus
show
traduco,traducere,traduxi,traductus
lead across
clam
secretly
socius,i
ally
qui,quae,quod
which?,what?
incolo,incolere,incolui
inhabit,dwell in
consisto, consister,constiti
halt,take a position
rogo,rogare,rogavi,rogatus
ask
quaero,quaerere,quaesivi,quaesitus
seek,ask
quantus,a,um
how large?,how great?
munitio,munitionis
fortification
genus,generis
kind,race
aqua,aquae
water
cogo,cogere,coegi,coactus
collect,force
verus,a,um
true
inquit
he says,he said
ave!
hail!
mora,morae
delay
doceo,docere,docui,docitus
teach,inform
tollo,tollere,sustuli,sublatus
raise up,take away
peccatum,i
mistake,sin
rego,reger,rexi,rectus
direct,rule
at
but
mens,mentis
mind
dolor,doloris
pain, sorrow
miserere nobis
have mercy on us
adoro,adorare,adoravi,adoratus
adore
suus,a um
his(own),her(own),its(own),their(own)
fuga,fugae
flight
dedo,dedere,dedidi,deditus
give up surrender
res publica, rei publicae
state, republic
diligo,diligere,dilexi,dilectus
love
ante
before
praesidium,i
garrison
vero
in truth,but
parvus,a,um
small,little
mos,moris
custom, habit
mansu,mansus
a band of men,hand
causa,causae
cause
causa w. gen.
for the sake of
scio,scire,scivi,scitus
know
paco,pacare,pacavi,pacatus
pacify,1tr.
subito
suddenly
probo,probare,probavi,probatus
approve,prove
relinquo,relinquere,reliqui,relictus
leave,leave bhind
adduco,adducere,adduxi,adducus
lead to,lead on
commoveo,commovere,commovi,commotus
alarm,arouse
impedio,impedire,imedivei,impeditus
hinder,impede
auctoritas,auctoritatis
authority,influence
contra
against,opposite
a tergo
in the rear,from the rear
a fronte
in the front,from the front
summus,a,um
highest,greatest,very great
discedo,discedere,discessi,discessurus
depart,withdraw
navis,navis
ship
ex(e)
out of,from
terra,-ae
land, earth
sum, esse, fui, (futurus)
to be
cado, cadere,cecidi, casurus
fall
is, ea, id
that(as a demonstrative)
he, she, it(as a personal pronoun)
ille, illa, illud
that(as a demonstrative)
he, she, it(as a personal pronoun)
numquam
never
praeterea
besides,furthermore
ratio,rationis
reason,manner
libero, liberare
free(from)
vacuus, a, um
empty(of)
liber, libera, liberum
free(from)
prohibeo, prohibere
ward off(from)
prevent
possum, posse, potui
am able, can
adversus, a, um
facing(towards), unfavorable
proximus, a, um
nearest, next
jam
already
primum
first
constituo,constituere, constitui, constitutus
place, set up, decide, determine
consuevi, consuetus
have accustomed, have become accustomed, am accustomed
sententia,ae
opinion, vote
refio, regionis
region
omnino
altogether, in all(with numerals)
jubeo, jubere, jussi, jussus
order, command
oportet, oportere, oportuit
it behooves
timor, timoris
fear
quot
how many
aeternus,a,um
eternal, everlasting
caput,capitis
head
alius,alia,aliud
other,another(of more than two)
alter, altera, alterum
the one, the other(of two)
uter, utra, utrum
which(of two)
neuter, neutra, neutrum
neither(of two)
ullus,a,um
any
nullus,a,um
no,none
solus,a,um
alone,only(as adj.)
totus,a,um
whole,all of,the whole of
capio,capere,cepi,captus
take,capture
fugio,fugere,fugi,fugiturus
flee
facio,faacere,feci,factus
do,mae
voluntas,voluntatis
good will,will
annus,i
year
vigilia,ae
watch
tempus,temporis
time
dies, diei
day
hora,ae
hour
primus,a,um
first
secundus,a,um
altera,altera,alterum
second
tertius,a,um
thrid
conjicio,conjicere,conjeci,conjectus
throw,hurl
recipio,recipere,recepi,receptus
receive,accept,recover
cupio,cupere,cupivi,cupitus
desire
rursus
again
pes,pedis
foot(part of body or measure of distance)
passus,us
pace(a measure of distance=5 Roman feet[pedes])
mille
thousand
milia,milium
thousands
mille passus
a mile(literaly, athousand paces)
milia passuum
miles(literaly thousands of paces)
quam
how?
interficia,interficere,interfeci,interfectus
kill
eripio,eripere,eripui,ereptus
take away,save(from)
nihil
noting
terra, terrae
earth, land
porta, portae
gate
nauta,nautae
sailor
victoria, victoriae
victory
silva, silvae
forest
gloria, gloriae
fame, glory
orat
he, she, it prays
orant
they pray
videt
he, she, it sees
vident
they see
non
not
laudat
he, she, it praises
laudant
they praise
provincia
province
servus, servi
slave, servant
filius, i
son
Deus, Dei
God
amicus, i
friend
et
and
bellum, i
war
caelum, i
sky, heaven
regnum, i
kingdom, royal power
praemium, i
reward
periculum, i
danger
imperium, i
command, power, empire
dedit
he, she, it gave
dederunt
they gave
gladius, i
sword
sed
but
oppidum, i
town
propter
on account of
cum
with
post
after, behind
in
in, on
quod
because
itaque
therefore, and so
incolunt
they inhabit
videtis
you see
vicerunt
they conquered
lex, legis
law
rex, regis
king
dux, ducis
leader
lux, lucis
light
homo, hominis
man
imperator, imperatoris
commander in chief, general
veritas, veritatis
truth
salus, salutis
safety, welfare, salvation
vox, vocis
voice, cry
audivit
he, she, it heard
virtus, virtutis
courage, virtue
miles, militis
soldier
pax, pacis
peace
via, ae
road, way
populus, i
people, nation
muniverunt
they fortified, they constructed
pars, partis
part
collis, collis
hill
hostis, hostis
enemy
gens, gentis
tribe
caedes, caedis
slaughter
frater, fratris
brother
pater, patris
father
mater, matris
mother
mons, montis
mountains
clamor, clamoris
shouting, shout
princeps, principis
chief, leading man
occiderunt
they killed
flumen, fluminis
river
iter, itineris
journey, march, route
corpus, corporis
body
vulnus, vulneris
wound
agmen, agminis
column, army
nomen, nominis
name
mundus, i
world
erat
he, she, it was
erant
they were
adventus, us
arrival, coming
equitatus, us
cavalry
exercitus, us
army
impetus, us
attack
mentus, us
fear
spiritus, us
breath, spirit
portus, us
harbor
senatus, us
senate
in (acc)
in, into, against, upon, on
nunc
now
autem
however
fecerunt
they made
venit
he, she, it came
venerunt
they came
res, rei
thing, affair
fides, fidei
faith, reliability, faithfulness
acies, aciei
battle line
spes, spei
hope
posuerunt
they put, they placed
castra, castrorum
camp
impedimenta, impedimentorum
baggage, baggage train
gratia, ae
favor, influences, grace
gratiae, gratiarum
thanks
copia, ae
supply, abundance
copiae, copiarum
troops, forces
magnus, a, um
great, large
altus, a, um
high, deep
bonus, a, um
good
longus, a, um
long
malus, a, um
bad
multus, a, um
much
sanctus, a, um
holy, saint
primus, a, um
first
augustus, a, um
narrow
reliquus, a, um
remaining, the rest of
tutus, a, um
safe
pro
in front of, on behalf of
inopia, ae
scarcity, want
dominus, i
master, Lord
murus, i
wall
frumentum, i
grain
legio, legionis
legion
gravis, e
heavy, severe, serious
brevis, e
short
communis, e
common
difficilis, e
difficult

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