Cambridge Latin Course Vocabulary Table


Cambridge Latin Course Vocabulary (Stages 1-20)

Latin EnglishStageLatin (GCSE)InfoEnglish (GCSE)CourseType
estis01sumesse, fuibeGCSEverb irreg
domushome20domusdomushomeGCSEnoun 4f
fraterbrother10fraterfratrisbrotherGCSEnoun 3m
namfor18namforGCSEconj
necessenecessary14CLC onlyadj
pecuniamoney04pecuniapecuniaemoneyGCSEnoun 1f
nosterour11nosternostra, nostrumourGCSEpron
itaqueand so17itaqueand so, thereforeGCSEadv
voxvoice19voxvocisvoice, shoutGCSEnoun 3f
superatovercomes, overpowers06superosuperare, superavi, superatusovercome, overpowerGCSEverb 1
graviterseriously17gravitergraveseriouslyGCSE grammaradj
vinumwine03vinumviniwineGCSEnoun 2n
redditgives back04reddoreddere, reddidi, redditusgive back, restoreGCSEverb 3
propenear07prope(+ acc)nearGCSEprep
interamong16inter(+ acc)among, betweenGCSEprep
septemseven20septemsevenGCSEnumber
epistulaletter12epistulaepistulaeletterGCSEnoun 1f
tolloraise, lift up16tollotollere, sustuli, sublatusraise, lift up, hold upGCSEverb irreg
abestis out, is absent06absumabesse, afuiam absent, am away, am distant fromGCSEverb irreg
obstoobstruct, block the way18obstare, obstitiCLC onlyverb 1
adsuntare here05adsumadesse, adfuibe here, be presentGCSE grammarverb irreg
paxpeace10paxpacispeaceGCSEnoun 3f
tandemat last12tandemat last, finallyGCSEadv
decorusright, proper14decora, decorumCLC onlyadj
curritruns05currocurrere, cucurri, cursusrunGCSEverb 3
periculumdanger19periculumpericulidangerGCSEnoun 2n
inferobring in, bring on20inferoinferre, intuli, inlatusbring inGCSE grammarverb irreg
alterthe other, the second 13alteraltera, alterumthe other, another, the second of twoGCSEpron
locusplace19locuslociplaceGCSEnoun 2m
poetapoet04poetaeCLC onlynoun 1m
quoquealso02quoquealso, tooGCSEconj
anulusring04anuliCLC onlynoun 2m
deniqueat last, finally20CLC onlyadv
hicthis08hichaec, hocthis, he, she, itGCSEpron
civiscitizen11civisciviscitizenGCSEnoun 3mf
terraground, land12terraterraeground, land, countryGCSEnoun 1f
caputhead18caputcapitisheadGCSEnoun 3n
parspart18parspartispartGCSEnoun 3f
favetsupports11faveofavere, favi (+ dat)favour, supportGCSEverb 2
laetushappy02laetuslaeta, laetumhappyGCSEadj
portatcarries03portoportare, portavi, portatuscarryGCSEverb 1
vulnuswound20vulnusvulneriswoundGCSEnoun 3n
manetremains, stays09maneomanere, mansiremain, stayGCSEverb 2
spectatlooks at, watches05spectospectare, spectavi, spectatuslook at, watchGCSEverb 1
bonusgood16bonusbona, bonumgoodGCSEadj
consumiteats08consumoconsumere, consumpsi, consumptuseatGCSEverb 3
redeoreturn, go back15redeoredire, rediigo back, come back, returnGCSEverb irreg
quo?where? where to?18quo?to where?GCSEquestion
spectaculumshow, spectacle08spectaculiCLC onlynoun 2n
sexsix20sexsixGCSEnumber
pulsathits, thumps06pulsare, pulsaviCLC onlyverb 1
quinquefive20quinquenumberfiveGCSEnumber
apudamong, at the house of14(+ acc)CLC onlyprep
dicosay13dicodicere, dixi, dictussayGCSEverb 3
aulapalace14aulaeCLC onlynoun 1f
minime!no!11CLC onlyinterjec
mediusmiddle09mediusmedia, mediummiddleGCSEadj
mirabilisstrange, extraordinary12mirabileCLC onlyadj
advenioarrive13advenioadvenire, adveniarriveGCSEverb 4
aedificobuild16aedificoaedificare, aedificavi, aedificatusbuildGCSEverb 1
mendaxliar04mendacisCLC onlynoun 3m
postulatdemands08postulare, postulavi, postulatusCLC onlyverb 1
agnoscitrecognises09agnoscere, agnovi, agnitusCLC onlyverb 3
saepeoften08saepeoftenGCSEadv
habitatlives10habitohabitare, habitavi, habitatusliveGCSEverb 1
deabout11de(+ abl)from, down from, aboutGCSEprep
placetit pleases11placere, placuitCLC onlyverb 2
doctuslearned, clever20docta, doctumCLC onlyadj
carusdear19cara, carumCLC onlyadj
teneohold15teneotenere, tenui, tentusholdGCSEverb 2
multimany05multimultae, multamanyGCSE grammaradj
duotwo12duoduae, duotwoGCSEnumber
ambulatwalks05ambuloambulare, ambulaviwalkGCSEverb 1
debeoowe, ought15debeodebere, debui, debitusowe, ought, should, mustGCSEverb 2
fortasseperhaps18CLC onlyadv
octoeight20octoeightGCSEnumber
datgives09dodare, dedi, datusgiveGCSEverb 1
tacetis silent, is quiet10taceotacere, tacuibe silent, be quietGCSEverb 2
dominusmaster02dominusdominimasterGCSEnoun 2m
nihilnothing07nihilnothingGCSEnoun irreg
-queand14que (suffix)andGCSEconj
abitgoes away10abeoabire, abiigo awayGCSEverb irreg
surgitgets up, stands up03surgosurgere, surrexiget up, stand up, riseGCSEverb 3
exspectatwaits for03exspectoexspectare, exspectavi, exspectatuswait forGCSEverb 1
fugitruns away, flees12fugiofugere, fugi run away, fleeGCSEverb 5
deagoddess18deadeaegoddessGCSEnoun 1f
iacetlies12iaceoiacere, iacuilieGCSEverb 2
cupitwants09cupiocupere, cupivi, cupituswant, desireGCSEverb 3
unusone12unusuna, unumoneGCSEnumber
convenitgathers, meets11convenioconvenire, conveni, conventuscome together, gather, meetGCSEverb 4
ecce!look!03ecce!look!GCSEinterjec
consentioagree16consentire, consensi, consensumCLC onlyverb 4
diufor a long time17diufor a long timeGCSEadv
liberofree, set free20liberoliberare, liberavi, liberatusfreeGCSEverb 1
scribitwrites06scriboscribere, scripsi, scriptuswriteGCSEverb 3
deleodestroy14deleodelere, delevi, deletusdestroyGCSEverb 2
heriyesterday07heriyesterdayGCSEadv
illethat09illeilla, illudthat, he, she, itGCSEpron
contentussatisfied10contenta, contentumCLC onlyadj
oculuseye20oculiCLC onlynoun 2m
cur?why?04cur?why?GCSEquestion
simulacas soon as16simulacsimulatqueas soon asGCSEconj
princepschief, chieftain15princepsprincipischief, emperorGCSEnoun 3m
leolion03leonisCLC onlynoun 3m
noswe10nosnostrumwe, usGCSEpron
quis?who?04quis?quidwho? what?GCSEquestion
laudatpraises02laudolaudare, laudavi, laudatuspraiseGCSEverb 1
invitatinvites11invitoinvitare, invitavi, invitatusinviteGCSEverb 1
parvussmall06parvusparva, parvumsmallGCSEadj
flammaflame12flammaeCLC onlynoun 1f
cognoscoget to know, find out18cognoscocognoscere, cognovi, cognitusget to know, find outGCSEverb 3
persuadeopersuade20persuadeopersuadere, persuasi (+ dat)persuadeGCSEverb 2
itgoes11eoire, i(v)igoGCSEverb irreg
inspicitlooks at, examines09inspicere, inspexi, inspectusCLC onlyverb 5
tumthen06tumthenGCSEadv
agitatchases, hunts08agitare, agitavi, agitatusCLC onlyverb 1
postridieon the next day16postridieon the next dayGCSEadv
commodusconvenient15commoda, commodumCLC onlyadj
tresthree20trestriathreeGCSEnumber
efrom, out of04e, ex(+ abl)from, out of, outGCSEprep
quiwho15quiquae, quodwho, whichGCSEpron
gladiussword08gladiusgladiiswordGCSEnoun 2m
ianuadoor03ianuaianuaedoorGCSEnoun 1f
invenitfinds10invenioinvenire, inveni, inventusfindGCSEverb 5
rexking14rexregiskingGCSEnoun 3m
petobeg for, ask for18petopetere, petivi, petitusmake for, seek, beg / ask forGCSEverb 3
puerboy08puerpueriboyGCSEnoun 2m
valdevery much07CLC onlyadv
eumhim08isea, idthis, that, he, she, it, themGCSEpron
vocatcalls04vocovocare, vocavi, vocatuscallGCSEverb 1
fertbrings, carries09feroferre, tuli, latusbring, carry, bearGCSEverb irreg
flosflower16florisCLC onlynoun 3m
legitreads11legolegere, legi, lectusread, chooseGCSEverb 3
filiadaughter19filiadaughterGCSEnoun 1f
terretfrightens07terreoterrere, terrui, territusfrightenGCSEverb 2
iudexjudge04iudicisCLC onlynoun 3m
adeogo to, approach20adeoadire, adiigo to, approachGCSE grammarverb irreg
sedbut04sedbutGCSEconj
fortiterbravely12fortiterbravelyGCSE grammaradv
quadragintaforty20CLC onlynumber
puellagirl05puellapuellaegirlGCSEnoun 1f
benignuskind17benigna, benignumCLC onlyadj
inquitsays04inquithe/she says, he/she saidGCSEverb irreg
emittitthrows, sends out09emittoemittere, emisi, emissusthrows out, sends outGCSE grammarverb 3
arsart20arsartisart, skillGCSEnoun 3f
ita veroyes13CLC onlyadv
hodietoday05hodietodayGCSEadv
desperodespair20desperare, desperavi, desperatusCLC onlyverb 1
libertusfreedman, ex-slave06libertuslibertifreedman, ex-slaveGCSEnoun 2m
coquuscook01coquiCLC onlynoun 2m
offertoffers09offeroofferre, obtuli, oblatusofferGCSEverb irreg
vehementerviolently, loudly10vehementerviolently, loudlyGCSEadv
agmencolumn (of men), procession15agminisCLC onlynoun 3n
puniopunish16puniopunire, punivi, punituspunishGCSEverb 4
viastreet01viaviaestreet, road, wayGCSEnoun 1f
capittakes11capiocapere, cepi, captustake, catch, captureGCSEverb 5
etand03etandGCSEconj
quamthan10quamthanGCSEadv
soleobe accustomed18soleosolere, solitus sumbe accustomedGCSEverb 2
mercatormerchant02mercatorisCLC onlynoun 3m
callidusclever, cunning10callida, callidumCLC onlyadj
paucifew, a few17paucipaucae, paucafew, a fewGCSEadj plural
audeodare18audeoaudere, ausus sumdareGCSEverb 2
audithears05audioaudire, audivi, auditushear, listen toGCSEverb 4
resistoresist17resistoresistere, restiti (+ dat)resistGCSEverb 3
ruorush13ruere, ruiCLC onlyverb 3
agitdoes04agoagere, egi, actusdo, act, driveGCSEverb 3
pugnatfights08pugnopugnare, pugnavifightGCSEverb 1
semperalways10semperalwaysGCSEadv
clamorshout, uproar05clamorclamorisshout, shouting, noiseGCSEnoun 5
ignavuscowardly08ignava, ignavumCLC onlyadj
pulcherbeautiful09pulcherpulchra, pulchrumbeautiful, handsomeGCSEadj
vosyou (plural)10vosvestrumyou (plural)GCSEpron
stultusstupid11stultusstulta, stultumstupid, foolishGCSEadj
iuvenisyoung man05iuvenisiuvenisyoung manGCSEnoun 3m
araaltar17araeCLC onlynoun 1f
custosguard13custoscustodisguardGCSEnoun 3mf
totso many19totso manyGCSEadj
turbacrowd05turbaturbaecrowdGCSEnoun 1f
optimusvery good, excellent05optimusoptima, optimumvery good, excellent, bestGCSE grammaradj
mortuusdead07mortuusmortua, mortuumdeadGCSE grammaradj
liberalisgenerous11liberaleCLC onlyadj
nonnot03nonnotGCSEadv
ibithere18ibithereGCSEadv
tradithands over09tradotradere, tradidi, traditushand overGCSEverb 3
ubiwhen14ubiwhenGCSEadv
narrattells, relates07narronarrare, narravi, narratustell, relateGCSEverb 1
duotwo20duoduae, duotwoGCSEnumber
iratusangry03iratusirata, iratumangryGCSEadj
statstands05stostare, stetistandGCSEverb 1
claudoshut, block15claudere, clausi, claususCLC onlyverb 3
noviknow19novisseCLC onlyverb irreg
cotidieevery day14CLC onlyadv
circumspectatlooks around03circumspectare, circumspectaviCLC onlyverb 1
templumtemple12templumtemplitempleGCSEnoun 2n
maritushusband14maritusmaritihusbandGCSEnoun 2m
moxsoon09moxsoonGCSEadv
venditsells06vendovendere, vendidi, venditussellGCSEverb 3
morsdeath20morsmortisdeathGCSEnoun 3f
portagate08portaportaegateGCSEnoun 1f
trigintathirty20CLC onlynumber
nautasailor15nautanautaesailorGCSEnoun 1m
recusorefuse18recusare, recusavi, recusatusCLC onlyverb 1
venitcomes05veniovenire, venicomeGCSEverb 4
comparoobtain19comparare, comparavi, comparatusCLC onlyverb 1
recipiorecover, take back17recipere, recepi, receptusCLC onlyverb 5
trahodrag13trahotrahere, traxi, tractusdragGCSEverb 3
vexoannoy19vexare, vexavi, vexatusCLC onlyverb 1
accipitaccepts10accipioaccipere, accepi, acceptusaccept, take in, receiveGCSEverb 3
maximusvery big17maximusmaxima, maximumvery big, very greatGCSE grammaradj super
cenadinner02cenacenaedinnerGCSEnoun 1f
benewell17benewellGCSE grammaradv
pessimusvery bad, worst20pessimuspessima, pessimumvery bad, worstGCSE grammaradj
fluoflow19fluere, fluxi, fluxusCLC onlyverb 3
numquamnever17numquamneverGCSEadv
inin01in(+ abl)in, onGCSEprep
videtsees03videovidere, vidi, visusseeGCSEverb 2
iterjourney19iteritinerisjourneyGCSEnoun 3n
ipsehimself, herself14ipseipsa, ipsumhimself, herself, itself, themselvesGCSEpron
crudeliscruel20crudeliscrudelecruelGCSEadj
aliquidsomething14aliquidCLC onlypron
pesfoot08pespedisfootGCSEnoun 3m
imperatoremperor16imperatorimperatorisemperor, general, leaderGCSEnoun 3m
tamenhowever07GCSEadv
quinquagintafifty20CLC onlynumber
portusharbour10portusCLC onlynoun 4m
petitmakes for, attacks05petopetere, petivi, petitusmake for, seek, beg / ask forGCSEverb 3
servusslave01servusservislaveGCSEnoun 2m
cibusfood02cibuscibifoodGCSEnoun 2m
feminawoman05feminafeminaewomanGCSEnoun 1f
subitosuddenly06subitosuddenlyGCSEadv
senatorsenator11senatorsenatorissenatorGCSEnoun 3m
satisenough04(indeclinable)CLC onlyadj
meusmy, mine05meusmea, meummyGCSEadj
etiameven15etiamalso, evenGCSEadv
sanguisblood08sanguissanguisbloodGCSEnoun 3m
matermother01matermatrismotherGCSEnoun 3f
pervenioreach, arrive at17pervenire, perveniCLC onlyverb 4
discedodepart, leave18discedodiscedere, discessidepart, leaveGCSEverb 3
quamhow14quamhow…GCSEadv
iamnow12iamnow, alreadyGCSEadv
vivolive19vivovivere, vixilive, be aliveGCSEverb 3
monsmountain12monsmontismountainGCSEnoun 3m
contendithurries05contendere, contendi, contentusCLC onlyverb 3
equushorse15equusequihorseGCSEnoun 2m
senexold man05senexsenisold manGCSEnoun 3m
exitgoes out03exeoexire, exi(v)ileave, go outGCSEverb irreg
totuswhole08totustota, totumwholeGCSEadj
lectuscouch15lectiCLC onlynoun 2m
nuncnow11nuncnowGCSEadv
sacerdospriest15sacerdotisCLC onlynoun 3mf
cumwith07cum(+ abl)withGCSEprep
animusspirit, soul, mind17animusanimispirit, soul, mindGCSEnoun 2m
adestis here05adsumadesse, adfuibe here, be presentGCSEverb irreg
verberostrikes, beats11verberare, verberavi, verberatusCLC onlyverb 1
navisship03navisnavisshipGCSEnoun 3f
aliusother, another15aliusalia, aliudother, another, elseGCSEpron
tuyou04tutuiyou (singular)GCSEpron
tresthree12trestres, triathreeGCSE grammarnumber
clamatshouts03clamoclamare, clamavi, clamatusshoutGCSEverb 1
tuusyour, yours06tuustua, tuumyour (singular), yoursGCSEpron
consiliumplan, idea16consiliumconsiliiplan, idea, adviceGCSEnoun 2n
temptotry20temptare, temptavi, temptatumCLC onlyverb 1
cogitothink, consider19cogitocogitare, cogitavi, cogitatusthink, considerGCSEverb 1
vertoturn16vertovertere, verti, versusturnGCSEverb 3
undawave15undaeCLC onlynoun 1f
optimevery well12optimeoptima, optimumvery wellGCSE grammaradv
salve!hello!03salvete! (plural)CLC onlyverb imperative
negotiumbusiness17negotiiCLC onlynoun 2n
egoI04egomeiI, meGCSEpron
ingenshuge07ingensingentishugeGCSEadj
sollicitusworried, anxious11sollicita, sollicitumCLC onlyadj
huchere, to this place17CLC onlyadv
possumI can, I am able13possumposse, potuican, be ableGCSEverb irreg
paenenearly, almost12paenealmost, nearlyGCSEadv
silvawood08silvasilvaewoodGCSEnoun 1f
pereodie, perish16pereoperire, periidie, perishGCSEverb irreg
vituperatblames, curses06vituperare, vituperavi, vituperatusCLC onlyverb 1
canisdog01canisCLC onlynoun 3m
postafter09post(+ acc)after, behindGCSEadv
aberatwas out, was absent06absumabesse, afuiam absent, am away, am distant fromGCSE grammarverb irreg
arcessosummon, send for20arcessere, arcessivi, arcessitusCLC onlyverb 3
tamso20tamsoGCSEadv
quattuorfour20quattuornumberfourGCSEnumber
ancillaslave-girl, maid02ancillaancillaeslave-girl, slave-womanGCSEnoun 1f
illucthere, to that place19CLC onlyadv
completfills12complere, complevi, completusCLC onlyverb 2
uxorwife10uxoruxoriswifeGCSEnoun 3f
tacitequietly07CLC onlyadv
summushighest, greatest16summussumma, summumhighest, greatest, top (of)GCSEadj
posteaafterwards18posteaafterwardsGCSEadv
fidelisfaithful, loyal14fidelisfidelefaithful, loyalGCSEadj
misermiserable, wretched15misermisera, miserummiserable, wretched, sadGCSEadj
virman11virvirimanGCSEnoun 2m
muruswall11murusmuriwallGCSEnoun 2m
a, abfrom17a, ab(+ abl)from, away from, byGCSEprep
faciliseasy17facilisfacileeasyGCSEadj
fessustired13fessa, fessumCLC onlyadj
agricolafarmer05agricolaeCLC onlynoun 1m
sicutlike20CLC onlyadv
ducitleads, takes08ducoducere, duxi, ductuslead, takeGCSEverb 3
effugioescape16effugioeffugere, effugiescapeGCSEverb 5
aedificiumbuilding13aedificiiCLC onlynoun 2n
vale!goodbye!11valeteCLC onlyverb imperative
magnusbig03magnusmagna, magnumbig, large, greatGCSEadj
dominamistress14dominadominaemistressGCSEnoun 1f
iterumagain09iterumagainGCSEadv
interficiokill13interficiointerficere, interfeci, interfectuskillGCSEverb 5
facitmakes, does07faciofacere, feci, factusmake, doGCSEverb 3
decemten20decemtenGCSEnumber
statimat once08statimindecl.at once, immediatelyGCSEadv
celeriterquickly09celeriterquicklyGCSE grammaradv
nuntiatannounces10nuntionuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatusannounceGCSEverb 1
emitbuys06emoemere, emi, emptusbuyGCSEverb 3
urbscity05urbsurbiscity, townGCSEnoun 3f
cenatdines07cenare, cenavi, cenatusCLC onlyverb 1
diesday09diesdieidayGCSEnoun 5m
ponoplace, put16ponoponere, posui, positusput, place, put upGCSEverb 3
perthrough06per(+ acc)through, alongGCSEprep
excitoarouse, wake up13excitare, excitavi, excitatusCLC onlyverb 1
omnisall07omnisomneall, everyGCSEadj
filiusson01filiusfiliisonGCSEnoun 2m
promittitpromises11promittopromittere, promisi, promissuspromiseGCSEverb 3
eheu!oh dear! oh no!04CLC onlyinterjec
donumpresent, gift14donumdonigift, presentGCSEnoun 2n
exclamatexclaims10exclamoexclamare, exclamaviexclaim, shout outGCSE grammarverb 1
intellegitunderstands07intellegointellegere, intellexi, intellectusunderstand, realiseGCSEverb 3
aegersick, ill13aegra, aegrumCLC onlyadj
manushand18manusmanushand, group of peopleGCSEnoun 4f
insulaisland17insulainsulaeisland, block of flatsGCSEnoun 1f
timetis afraid, fears12timeotimere, timuifear, be afraidGCSEverb 2
frustrain vain12frustrain vainGCSEadv
solusalone10solussola, solumalone, lonely, only, on one's ownGCSEadj
mittitsends12mittomittere, misi, missussendGCSEverb 3
cantosing13cantare, cantavi, cantatusCLC onlyverb 1
servatsaves, looks after10servoservare, servavi, servatussave, protect, keepGCSEverb 1
dormitsleeps02dormiodormire, dormivisleepGCSEverb 4
nonne?surely?16nonne?surely...?GCSEquestion
quondamone day, once17CLC onlyadv
salutatgreets02salutosalutare, salutavi, salutatusgreetGCSEverb 1
bibitdrinks03bibobibere, bibidrinkGCSEverb 3
perterritusterrified04perterritusperterrita, perterritumterrifiedGCSEadj
sedetsits, is sitting01sedeosedere, sedisitGCSEverb 2
festinathurries06festinofestinare, festinavihurryGCSEverb 1
impediodelay, hinder15impedire, impedivi, impeditusCLC onlyverb 4
coquitcooks04coquere, coquiCLC onlyverb 3
navigosail16navigonavigare, navigavisailGCSEverb 1
unusone20unusuna, unumoneGCSEnumber
gratias agoI thank, give thanks19agere, egi, actusCLC onlyverb phrase
novemnine20novemnineGCSEnumber
cubiculumbedroom06cubiculiCLC onlynoun 2n
istethat14ista, istudCLC onlypron
nuntiusmessenger08nuntiusnuntiimessenger, message, newsGCSEnoun 2m
feroxfierce08feroxferocisfierce, ferociousGCSEadj
vixhardly, scarcely19CLC onlyadv
fabercraftsman17fabriCLC onlynoun 2m
rogatasks07rogorogare, rogavi, rogatusask, ask forGCSEverb 1
aquawater15aquaaquaewaterGCSEnoun 1f
vigintitwenty20CLC onlynumber
revenitcomes back, returns09reveniorevenire, revenireturn, come backGCSE grammarverb 4
respondetreplies03respondeorespondere, respondi, responsusreplyGCSEverb 2
deindethen16deindethenGCSEadv
appropinquoapproach, come near to17appropinquoappropinquare, appropinquavi (+ dat)approach, come near toGCSEverb 1
resthing06resreithing, matter, eventGCSEnoun 5f
itain this way16itain this way, to such an extent, soGCSEadv
hastaspear19hastaeCLC onlynoun 1f
meliorbetter16meliorbetterGCSE grammaradj comp
auxiliumhelp16auxiliumauxiliihelpGCSEnoun 2n
sehimself13sesuihimself, herself, itself, themselvesGCSEpron
igiturtherefore12igiturtherefore, and soGCSEadv
lenteslowly15lenteslowlyGCSE grammaradv
hortusgarden01hortushortigardenGCSEnoun 2m
amittitloses12amittere, amisi, amissusCLC onlyverb 3
vulnerowound13vulnerovulnerare, vulneravi, vulneratuswound, injureGCSEverb 1
intratenters02introintrare, intravi, intratusenterGCSEverb 1
num?surely…not?14num?surely…not?GCSEquestion
ridetlaughs, smiles03rideoridere, risilaugh, smileGCSEverb 2
difficilisdifficult14difficilisdifficiledifficultGCSEadj
milessoldier18milesmilitissoldierGCSEnoun 3m
paterfather01paterpatrisfatherGCSEnoun 3m
conficiofinish19conficioconficere, confeci, confectusfinish, wear outGCSEverb 5
imperiumempire10imperiumimperiicommand, power, empireGCSEnoun 2n
plauditapplauds05plaudere, plausi, plaususCLC onlyverb 3
delectodelight16delectare, delectavi, delectatusCLC onlyverb 1
coepiI began18coepicoepisse, coeptusbeginGCSEverb irreg
lacrimatweeps, cries07lacrimolacrimare, lacrimaviweep, cryGCSEverb 1
necatkills07neconecare, necavi, necatuskillGCSEverb 1
poscodemand, ask for19poscere, poposciCLC onlyverb 3
credittrusts, believes11credocredere, credidi, creditus (+ dat)believe, trustGCSEverb 3
invitusunwillling, reluctant17invita, invitumCLC onlyadj
relinquoleave20relinquorelinquere, reliqui, relictusleave, leave behindGCSEverb 3
lunamoon20lunaeCLC onlynoun 1f
proceditproceeds, advances09procedoprocedere, processiadvance, proceedGCSEverb 3
maresea15maremarisseaGCSEnoun 3n
vitalife13vitavitaelifeGCSEnoun 1f
custoditguards12custodiocustodire, custodivi, custoditusguardGCSEverb 4
intenteintently, carefully06CLC onlyadv
signumsign, seal04signiCLC onlynoun 2n
quodbecause06quodbecauseGCSEconj
liberbook10liberlibribookGCSEnoun 2m
ferociterfiercely06ferociterfiercelyGCSE grammaradv
manein the morning19CLC onlyadv
amicusfriend02amicusamicifriendGCSEnoun 2m
multusmuch05multusmulta, multummuch, manyGCSEadj
habethas04habeohabere, habui, habitushaveGCSEverb 2
forteby chance19forteby chanceGCSEadv
paratprepares07paroparare, paravi, paratusprepareGCSEverb 1
attonitusastonished14attonita, attonitumCLC onlyadj
sentitfeels12sentiosentire, sensi, sensusfeel, noticeGCSEverb 4
quamquamalthough14quamquamalthoughGCSEconj
fabulaplay, story05fabulaeCLC onlynoun 1f
ceterithe others, the rest13cetericeterae, ceterathe rest, the othersGCSEadj
libenswilling, glad18libenterlibentiswillingly, gladlyGCSE grammaradj
litussea-shore15litorisCLC onlynoun 3n
quaeritlooks for, searches for04quaeroquaerere, quaesivi, quaesitussearch for, look for, askGCSEverb 3
fortisbrave06fortisfortebraveGCSEadj
noloI do not want13nolonolle, noluinot want, refuseGCSEverb irreg
voloI want13volovelle, voluiwantGCSEverb irreg
nemono one18nemonulliusno one, nobodyGCSEnoun irreg
novusnew13novusnova, novumnewGCSEadj
pugnafight11pugnaeCLC onlynoun 1f
furthief06furisCLC onlynoun 3m
primusfirst11primusprima, primumfirstGCSEadj
suushis, her, their10suussua, suumhis, her, its, their (own)GCSEpron
conspicitcatches sight of07conspicioconspicere, conspexi, conspectuscatch sight of, noticeGCSEverb 5
diligentercareful14diligenterdiligentiscarefulGCSE grammaradj
amolove, like19amoamare, amavi, amatuslove, likeGCSEverb 1
nullusnot any, no13nullusnulla, nullumnot any, noGCSEadj
ubi?where?05ubi?where?GCSEquestion
laboratworks, is working01laborolaborare, laboravi,workGCSEverb 1
postquamafter06postquamafter, whenGCSEconj
hospesguest09hospitisCLC onlynoun 3m
adto03ad(+ acc)to, towards, atGCSEprep
ostenditshows09ostendoostendere, ostendi, ostentusshowGCSEverb 3
tabernashop, inn03tabernatabernaeshop, innGCSEnoun 1f
homohuman being, man09homohominisman, human beingGCSEnoun 3m
proin front of18pro(+ abl)in front of, for, in return forGCSEprep
olimonce, some time ago06olimonce, some time agoGCSEadv
fundusfarm12fundiCLC onlynoun 2m
plurimivery many19plurimiplurimae, plurimavery manyGCSE grammaradj
deusgod14deusdeigodGCSEnoun 2m
facileeasily08facileeasilyGCSEadv
demonstropoint out, show18demonstrare, demonstravi, demonstratusCLC onlyverb 1
curolook after19curare, curavi, curatusCLC onlyverb 1