Latin GCSE Word List (OCR)


Latin GCSE Word List (OCR)

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a, ab preposition(+ ablative) (also a prefix)from, away from, by(+ ablative)Eng-Lat sentences only
absumverbabesse, afuiam absent, am away, am distant fromirregular
ac, atque conjunctionand
accidoverbaccidere, accidihappen3rd conjugation
accipioverbaccipere, accepi, acceptusaccept, take in, receive5th/mixed conjugation
adpreposition(+ accusative) (also a prefix)to, towards, at(+ accusative)Eng-Lat sentences only
adeoadverbso much, so greatly
adsumverbadesse, adfuibe here, be presentirregular
advenioverbadvenire, adveniarrive4th conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
aedificoverbaedificare, aedificavi, aedificatusbuild1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
agernounagrifield2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
agoverbagere, egi, actusdo, act, drive3rd conjugation
alii ... aliipronounsome ... others
aliusadjectivealia, aliudother, another, elseother
alteradjectivealtera, alterumthe other, another, the second of twoother
altusadjectivealta, altumhigh, deep2-1-2 pattern
ambuloverbambulare, ambulaviwalk1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
amicusnounamicifriend2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
amoverbamare, amavi, amatuslove, like1st conjugation
amornounamoris, m.love3rd declension m./f.
ancillanounancillae, f.slave-girl, slave-woman1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
animusnounanimispirit, soul, mind2nd declension masculine
annusnounanniyear2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
anteaadverbbefore
appropinquoverbappropinquare, appropinquavi (+ dative)approach, come near to1st conjugation
aquanounaquae, f.water1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
armanounarmorum (plural only)arms, weapons2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
arsnounartis, f.art, skill3rd declension m./f.
ascendoverbascendere, ascendi, ascensusclimb3rd conjugation
audaxadjectiveaudacisbold, daring3rd declension pattern
audeoverbaudere, ausus sumdare2nd conjugation
audioverbaudire, audivi, auditushear, listen to4th conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
auferoverbauferre, abstuli, ablatustake away, carry off, stealirregular
auxiliumnounauxiliihelp2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
bellumnounbelliwar2nd declension neuter
beneadverbwellEng-Lat sentences only
biboverbbibere, bibidrink3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
bonusadjectivebona, bonumgood2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
brevisadjectivebreveshort, brief3rd declension pattern
cadoverbcadere, cecidi, casusfall3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
caelumnouncaelisky, heaven2nd declension neuter
capioverbcapere, cepi, captustake, catch, capture5th/mixed conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
captivusnouncaptivicaptive, prisoner2nd declension masculine
caputnouncapitishead3rd declension neuter
castranouncastrorum (plural only)camp2nd declension neuter
celeradjectiveceleris, celerequick, fast3rd declension pattern
celoverbcelare, celavi, celatushide1st conjugation
cenanouncenae, f.dinner, meal1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
centumnumberhundred
ceteriadjectiveceterae, ceterathe rest, the others2-1-2 pattern
cibusnouncibifood2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
circumpreposition(+ accusative)around(+ accusative)
civisnouncivis, m. or f.citizen3rd declension m./f.
clamoverbclamare, clamavi, clamatusshout1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
clamornounclamoris, m.shout, shouting, noise3rd declension m./f.
clarusadjectiveclara, clarumfamous, clear2-1-2 pattern
coepiverbcoepissebeginirregular
cogitoverbcogitare, cogitavi, cogitatusthink, consider1st conjugation
cognoscoverbcognoscere, cognovi, cognitusget to know, find out3rd conjugation
cogoverbcogere, coegi, coactusforce, compel3rd conjugation
comesnouncomitis, m. or f.comrade, companion3rd declension m./f.
conficioverbconficere, confeci, confectusfinish, wear out5th/mixed conjugation
conorverbconari, conatus sum (1)trydeponent
consiliumnounconsiliiplan, idea, advice2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
conspicioverbconspicere, conspexi, conspectuscatch sight of, notice5th/mixed conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
constituoverbconstituere, constitui, constitutusdecide3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
consulnounconsulis, m.consul3rd declension m./f.
consumoverbconsumere, consumpsi, consumptuseat3rd conjugation
contrapreposition(+ accusative)against(+ accusative)Eng-Lat sentences only
convenioverbconvenire, convenicome together, gather, meet4th conjugation
copiaenouncopiarum, f. (plural only)forces, troops1st declension
corpusnouncorporisbody3rd declension neuter
crasadverbtomorrow
credoverbcredere, credidi, creditus (+ dative)believe, trust3rd conjugation
crudelisadjectivecrudelecruel3rd declension pattern
cumconjunctionwhen, since
cumpreposition(+ ablative)with(+ ablative)Eng-Lat sentences only
cupioverbcupere, cupivi, cupituswant, desire5th/mixed conjugation
cur?interrogativewhy?Eng-Lat sentences only
curanouncurae, f.care, worry1st declension
curroverbcurrere, cucurri, cursusrun3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
custodioverbcustodire, custodivi, custoditusguard4th conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
custosnouncustodis, m. or f.guard3rd declension m./f.
depreposition(+ ablative)from, down from, about(+ ablative)
deanoundeae, f.goddess1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
debeoverbdebere, debui, debitusowe, ought, should, must2nd conjugation
decemnumberten
defendoverbdefendere, defendi, defensusdefend3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
deindeadverbthen
deleoverbdelere, delevi, deletusdestroy2nd conjugation
descendoverbdescendere, descendi, descensusgo down, come down3rd conjugation
deusnoundeigod2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
dicoverbdicere, dixi, dictussay3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
diesnoundiei, m.day5th declension
difficilisadjectivedifficiledifficult3rd declension pattern
diligensadjectivediligentiscareful3rd declension pattern
dirusadjectivedira, dirumdreadful2-1-2 pattern
discedoverbdiscedere, discessidepart, leave3rd conjugation
diuadverbfor a long timeEng-Lat sentences only
doverbdare, dedi, datusgive1st conjugation
do poenasverbpoenas dare, dediam punished, pay the penalty1st conjugation
doceoverbdocere, docui, doctusteach2nd conjugation
dominanoundominae, f.mistress1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
dominusnoundominimaster2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
domusnoundomus, f. (domi = at home)home4th declension
donumnoundonigift, present2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
dormioverbdormire, dormivisleep4th conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
ducoverbducere, duxi, ductuslead, take3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
dumconjunctionwhile, until
duonumberduae, duotwo
duxnounducis, m.leader3rd declension m./f.
e, ex preposition(+ ablative) (also used as a prefix)from, out of, out(+ ablative)Eng-Lat sentences only
ecce!adverblook!
effugioverbeffugere, effugiescape5th/mixed conjugation
egopronounmeiI, me
egrediorverbegredi, egressus sum (3)go outdeponent
emoverbemere, emi, emptusbuy3rd conjugation
enimconjunctionfor
eoverbire, i(v)igoirregular
epistulanounepistulae, f.letter1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
equusnounequihorse2nd declension masculine
etconjunctionandEng-Lat sentences only
et ... etconjunctionboth ... and
etiamadverbalso, even
exercitusnounexercitus, m.army4th declension
exspectoverbexspectare, exspectavi, exspectatuswait for1st conjugation
facilisadjectivefacileeasy3rd declension pattern
facioverbfacere, feci, factusmake, do5th/mixed conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
faveoverbfavere, favi, fautus (+ dative)favour, support2nd conjugation
felixadjectivefelicisfortunate, happy3rd declension pattern
feminanounfeminae, f.woman1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
feroverbferre, tuli, latusbring, carry, bearirregular
feroxadjectiveferocisfierce, ferocious3rd declension pattern
festinoverbfestinare, festinavihurry1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
fidelisadjectivefidelefaithful, loyal3rd declension pattern
filianounfiliae, f.daughter1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
filiusnounfiliison2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
flumennounfluminisriver3rd declension neuter
forteadverbby chance
fortisadjectivefortebrave3rd declension pattern
forumnounforiforum, market place2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
fraternounfratris, m.brother3rd declension m./f.
frustraadverbin vain
fugioverbfugere, fugirun away, flee5th/mixed conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
gaudeoverbgaudere, gavisus sumbe pleased, rejoice2nd conjugation
gaudiumnoungaudiijoy, pleasure2nd declension neuter
gensnoungentis, f.family, tribe, race, people3rd declension m./f.
geroverbgerere, gessi, gestuswear (clothes), wage (war)3rd conjugation
gladiusnoungladiisword2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
gravisadjectivegraveheavy, serious3rd declension pattern
habeoverbhabere, habui, habitushave2nd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
habitoverbhabitare, habitavi, habitatuslive1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
heriadverbyesterday
hicpronounhaec, hocthis, he, she, it
hodieadverbtoday
homonounhominis, m.man, human being3rd declension m./f.
horanounhorae, f.hour1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
hortorverbhortari, hortatus sum (1)encourage, urgedeponent
hortusnounhortigarden2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
hostisnounhostis, m.enemy3rd declension m./f.
iaceoverbiacere, iacuilie2nd conjugation
iacioverbiacere, ieci, iactus (in compounds -icio)throw5th/mixed conjugation
iamadverbnow, already
ianuanounianuae, f.door1st declension
ibiadverbthere
idempronouneadem, idemthe same
igiturconjunctiontherefore, and so
illepronounilIa, illudthat, he, she, it
imperatornounimperatoris, m.emperor, general, leader3rd declension m./f.
imperiumnounimperiicommand, power, empire2nd declension neuter
imperoverbimperare, imperavi, imperatus + dativeorder, command, power1st conjugation
inpreposition(+ ablative) (also used as a prefix)in, on(+ ablative)Eng-Lat sentences only
inpreposition(+ accusative) (also used as a prefix)into, onto(+ accusative)Eng-Lat sentences only
incendoverbincendere, incendi, incensusburn, set on fire3rd conjugation
infelixadjectiveinfelicisunlucky, unhappy3rd declension pattern
ingensadjectiveingentishuge3rd declension pattern
ingrediorverbingredi, ingressus sum (3)enterdeponent
inimicusnouninimicienemy2nd declension masculine
inquitverbhe/she says, he/she saidirregular
insulanouninsulae, f.island, block of flats1st declension
intellegoverbintellegere, intellexi, intellectusunderstand, realise3rd conjugation
interpreposition(+ accusative)among, between(+ accusative)
intereaadverbmeanwhile
interficioverbinterficere, interfeci, interfectuskill5th/mixed conjugation
introverbintrare, intravi, intratusenter1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
invenioverbinvenire, inveni, inventusfind4th conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
invitoverbinvitare, invitavi, invitatusinvite1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
ipsepronounipsa, ipsumhimself, herself, itself, themselves
iranounirae, f.anger1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
iratusadjectiveirata, iratumangry2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
ispronounea, idthis, that, he, she, it, them
itaadverbin this way, to such an extent, so
itaqueconjunctionand so, therefore
iternounitinerisjourney3rd declension neuter
iterumadverbagain
iubeoverbiubere, iussi, iussusorder2nd conjugation
iuvenisnouniuvenis, m.young man3rd declension m./f.
labornounlaboris, m.work3rd declension m./f.
laboroverblaborare, laboraviwork1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
lacrimoverblacrimare, lacrimaviweep, cry1st conjugation
laetusadjectivelaeta, laetumhappy2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
laudoverblaudare, laudavi, laudatuspraise1st conjugation
legionounlegionis, f.legion3rd declension m./f.
legoverblegere, legi, lectusread, choose3rd conjugation
lentusadjectivelenta, lentumslow2-1-2 pattern
libenteradverbwillingly, gladly
libernounlibribook2nd declension masculine
liberinounliberorum (plural only)children2nd declension masculine
liberoverbliberare, liberavi, liberatusset free1st conjugation
libertusnounlibertifreedman, ex-slave2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
locusnounlociplace2nd declension masculine
longusadjectivelonga, longumlong2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
loquorverbloqui, locutus sum (3)speakdeponent
luxnounlucis, f.light, daylight3rd declension m./f.
magnusadjectivemagna, magnumbig, large, great2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
maloverbmalle, maluipreferirregular
malusadjectivemala, malumevil, bad2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
maneoverbmanere, mansiremain, stay2nd conjugation
manusnounmanus, f.hand, group of people4th declension
marenounmarissea3rd declension neuter
maritusnounmaritihusband2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
maternounmatris, f.mother3rd declension m./f.
maximeadverbvery greatly
mediusadjectivemedia, mediummiddle2-1-2 pattern
meuspronounmea, meummy
milesnounmilitis, m.soldier3rd declension m./f.
millenumberthousand
minimeadverbvery little, least, no
mirorverbmirari, miratus sum (1)wonder at, admiredeponent
miseradjectivemisera, miserummiserable, wretched, sad2-1-2 pattern
mittoverbmittere, misi, missussend3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
modusnounmodimanner, way, kind2nd declension masculine
moneoverbmonere, monui, monituswarn, advise2nd conjugation
monsnounmontis, m.mountain3rd declension m./f.
moriorverbmori, mortuus sum (3)diedeponent
morsnounmortis, f.death3rd declension m./f.
moveoverbmovere, movi, motusmove2nd conjugation
moxadverbsoon
multoadverb(by) much
multusadjectivemulta, multummuch, many2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
murusnounmuriwall2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
namconjunctionfor
narroverbnarrare, narravi, narratustell, relate1st conjugation
nautanounnautae, m.sailor1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
navigoverbnavigare, navigavisail1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
navisnounnavis, f.ship3rd declension m./f.
neconjunction(+ subjunctive)that ... not, so that ... not, that, lest
ne (suffix)interrogative(introduces an open question)
nec, nequeconjunctionand not, nor, neither
necoverbnecare, necavi, necatuskill1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
nemonounneminisno one, nobodyirregular
nescioverbnescire, nescivinot know4th conjugation
nihilnounnothingirregular
nisiconjunctionunless, except
noloverbnolle, noluinot want, refuseirregular
nomennounnominisname3rd declension neuter
nonadverbnotEng-Lat sentences only
nonne ... ?interrogativesurely ... ?
nonnulliadjectivenonnullae, nonnullasome, several2-1-2 pattern
nospronounnostrumwe, us
nosterpronounnostra, nostrumour
novemnumbernine
novusadjectivenova, novumnew2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
noxnounnoctis, f.night3rd declension m./f.
nullusadjectivenulla, nullumnot any, no2-1-2 pattern
numinterrogativewhether
num...?interrogativesurely ... not?
numquamadverbnever
nuncadverbnow
nuntioverbnuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatusannounce1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
nuntiusnounnuntiimessenger, message, news2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
occidoverboccidere, occidi, occisuskill3rd conjugation
octonumbereight
offeroverbofferre, obtuli, oblatusofferirregular
olimadverbonce, some time ago
omnisadjectiveomneall, every3rd declension pattern
opprimoverbopprimere, oppressi, oppressuscrush, overwhelm3rd conjugation
oppugnoverboppugnare, oppugnavi, oppugnatusattack1st conjugation
oroverborare, oravi, oratusbeg1st conjugation
ostendoverbostendere, ostendi, ostentusshow3rd conjugation
paeneadverbalmost, nearly
paroverbparare, paravi, paratusprepare1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
parsnounpartis, f.part3rd declension m./f.
parvusadjectiveparva, parvumsmall2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
paternounpatris, m.father3rd declension m./f.
patiorverbpati, passus sum (3)suffer, enduredeponent
patrianounpatriae, f.country, homeland1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
pauciadjectivepaucae, paucafew, a few2-1-2 pattern
paxnounpacis, f.peace3rd declension m./f.
pecunianounpecuniae, f.money1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
pelloverbpellere, pepuli, pulsusdrive3rd conjugation
perpreposition(+ accusative)through, along(+ accusative)
pereoverbperire, periidie, perishirregular
periculumnounpericulidanger2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
persuadeoverbpersuadere, persuasi (+ dative)persuade2nd conjugation
perterritusadjectiveperterrita, perterritumterrified2-1-2 pattern
pesnounpedis, m.foot3rd declension m./f.
petoverbpetere, petivi, petitusmake for, seek, beg/ask for3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
poenanounpoenae, f.punishment1st declension
ponoverbponere, posui, positusput, place, put up3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
portanounportae, f.gate1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
portoverbportare, portavi, portatuscarry1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
possumverbposse, potuican, be ableirregularEng-Lat sentences only
postpreposition(+ accusative)after, behind(+ accusative)
posteaadverbafterwards
postquamconjunctionafter, when
postridieadverbon the next day
praemiumnounpraemiiprize, reward, profit2nd declension neuter
primoadverbat first
primusadjectiveprima, primumfirst2-1-2 pattern
princepsnounprincipis, m.chief, emperor3rd declension m./f.
propreposition(+ ablative)in front of, for, in return for(+ ablative)
procedoverbprocedere, processiadvance, proceed3rd conjugation
proeliumnounproeliibattle2nd declension neuter
proficiscorverbproficisci, profectus sum (3)set outdeponent
progrediorverbprogredi, progressus sum (3)advancedeponent
promittoverbpromittere, promisi, promissuspromise3rd conjugation
propepreposition(+ accusative)near(+ accusative)
propterpreposition(+ accusative)on account of, because of(+ accusative)
proximusadjectiveproxima, proximumnearest, next to2-1-2 pattern
puellanounpuellae, f.girl1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
puernounpueriboy2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
pugnoverbpugnare, pugnavifight1st conjugation
pulcheradjectivepulchra, pulchrumbeautiful, handsome2-1-2 pattern
punioverbpunire, punivi, punituspunish4th conjugation
putoverbputare, putavi, putatusthink1st conjugation
quaeroverbquaerere, quaesivi, quaesitussearch for, look for, ask3rd conjugation
qualis?interrogativequalewhat sort of?
quamadverb(+ superlative)as...as possible
quamconjunctionthan
quam!adverbhow!
quam?interrogativehow?
quamquamconjunctionalthough
quando?interrogativewhen?Eng-Lat sentences only
quantus?interrogativequanta? quantum?how big? how much?
quattuornumberfour
que (suffix)conjunctionandEng-Lat sentences only
quipronounquae, quodwho, which
quidampronounquaedam, quoddamone, a certain, some
quinquenumberfive
quis?interrogativequid?who? what?
quo?interrogativeto where?
quodconjunctionbecause
quomodo?interrogativehow?
quoqueconjunctionalso, too
quot?interrogativehow many?
rapioverbrapere, rapui, raptusseize, grab5th/mixed conjugation
re-preposition(used as a prefix)backprefix
reddoverbreddere, reddidi, redditusgive back, restore3rd conjugation
redeoverbredire, rediigo back, come back, returnirregular
referoverbreferre, rettuli, relatusbring/carry back, report, tellirregular
reginanounreginae, f.queen1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
regnumnounregnikingdom2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
regoverbregere, rexi, rectusrule3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
regrediorverbregredi, regressus sum (3)go back, returndeponent
relinquoverbrelinquere, reliqui, relictusleave, leave behind3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
resnounrei, f.thing, matter, event5th declension
resistoverbresistere, restiti (+ dative)resist3rd conjugation
respondeoverbrespondere, respondi, responsusreply2nd conjugation
rexnounregis, m.king3rd declension m./f.
rideoverbridere, risilaugh, smile2nd conjugation
rogoverbrogare, rogavi, rogatusask, ask for1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
RomanounRomae, f. (Romae: at/in Rome)Rome1st declension
RomanusadjectiveRomana, RomanumRoman2-1-2 pattern
saceradjectivesacra, sacrumsacred2-1-2 pattern
saepeadverboftenEng-Lat sentences only
saevusadjectivesaeva, saevumsavage, cruel2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
salutoverbsalutare, salutavi, salutatusgreet1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
sanguisnounsanguinis, m.blood3rd declension m./f.
scelestusadjectivescelesta, scelestumwicked2-1-2 pattern
scelusnounsceleriscrime3rd declension neuter
scioverbscire, scivi, scitusknow4th conjugation
scriboverbscribere, scripsi, scriptuswrite3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
sepronounsuihimself, herself, itself, themselves
sedconjunctionbut
sedeoverbsedere, sedisit2nd conjugation
semperadverbalwaysEng-Lat sentences only
senatornounsenatoris, m.senator3rd declension m./f.
senexnounsenis, m.old man3rd declension m./f.
sentioverbsentire, sensi, sensusfeel, notice4th conjugation
septemnumberseven
sequorverbsequi, secutus sum (3)followdeponent
servoverbservare, servavi, servatussave, protect, keep1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
servusnounservislave2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
sexnumbersix
siconjunctionif
sicadverbthus, in this way
silvanounsilvae, f.wood1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
simuladverbat the same time
simulac, simulatque conjunctionas soon as
sinepreposition(+ ablative)without(+ ablative)
soleoverbsolere, solitus sumbe accustomed2nd conjugation
solusadjectivesola, solumalone, lonely, only, on one's own2-1-2 pattern
spectoverbspectare, spectavi, spectatuslook at, watch1st conjugation
speroverbsperare, speravi, speratushope, expect1st conjugation
spesnounspei, f.hope5th declension
statimadverbat once, immediatelyEng-Lat sentences only
stoverbstare, stetistand1st conjugation
stultusadjectivestulta, stultumstupid, foolish2-1-2 pattern
subpreposition(+ accusative)under, beneath(+ accusative)
subpreposition(+ ablative)under, beneath(+ ablative)
subitoadverbsuddenlyEng-Lat sentences only
sumverbesse, fuibeirregularEng-Lat sentences only
summusadjectivesumma, summumhighest, greatest, top (of)2-1-2 pattern
superoverbsuperare, superavi, superatusovercome, overpower1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
surgoverbsurgere, surrexiget up, stand up, rise3rd conjugation
suuspronounsua, suumhis, her, its, their (own)
tabernanountabernae, f.shop, inn1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
taceoverbtacere, tacui, tacitusbe silent, be quiet2nd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
talisadjectivetalesuch3rd declension pattern
tamadverbso
tamenadverbhowever
tandemadverbat last, finallyEng-Lat sentences only
tantusadjectivetanta, tantumso great, such a great2-1-2 pattern
tempestasnountempestatis, f.storm3rd declension m./f.
templumnountemplitemple2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
tempusnountemporistime3rd declension neuter
teneoverbtenere, tenui, tentushold2nd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
terranounterrae, f.ground, land, country1st declension
terreoverbterrere, terrui, territusfrighten2nd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
timeoverbtimere, timuifear, be afraid2nd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
tolloverbtollere, sustuli, sublatusraise, lift up, hold up3rd conjugation
totadjectiveso manyother
totusadjectivetota, totumwhole2-1-2 pattern
tradoverbtradere, tradidi, traditushand over3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
trahoverbtrahere, traxi, tractusdrag3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
transpreposition(+ accusative) (also used as a prefix)across(+ accusative)
tresnumbertres, triathree
tristisadjectivetristesad3rd declension pattern
tupronountuiyou (singular)
tumadverbthen
turbanounturbae, f.crowd1st declension
tuuspronountua, tuumyour (singular), yours
ubiadverbwhen
ubi?interrogativewhere?
umquamadverbever
unde?interrogativefrom where?
unusnumberuna, unumone
urbsnounurbis, f.city, town3rd declension m./f.
utconjunction(+ subjunctive)that, so that, in order that
utconjunction(+ indicative)as, when
uxornounuxoris, f.wife3rd declension m./f.
validusadjectivevalida, validumstrong2-1-2 pattern
vehementeradverbviolently, loudly
vendoverbvendere, vendidi, venditussell3rd conjugation
venioverbvenire, veni come4th conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
verbumnounverbiword2nd declension neuter
vertoverbvertere, verti, versusturn3rd conjugation
vesterpronounvestra, vestrum your (plural), yours
vianounviae, f.street, road, way1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
victorianounvictoriae, f.victory1st declension
videoverbvidere, vidi, visussee2nd conjugation
videorverbvideri, visus sum (2)seem, appeardeponent
villanounvillae, f.house, country villa1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
vincoverbvincere, vici, victusconquer, win, be victorious3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
vinumnounviniwine2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
virnounviriman2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
virtusnounvirtutis, f.courage, virtue3rd declension m./f.
vitanounvitae, f.life1st declension
vivoverbvivere, vixilive, be alive3rd conjugation
vocoverbvocare, vocavi, vocatuscall1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
voloverbvelle, voluiwantirregular
vospronounvestrumyou (plural)
voxnounvocis, f.voice, shout3rd declension m./f.
vulneroverbvulnerare, vulneravi, vulneratuswound, injure1st conjugation
vulnusnounvulneriswound3rd declension neuter