AS Latin Language (H043 from 2016) – Vocabulary List


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a, ab (+ ablative)from, bypreposition(+ ablative)GCSE
absumabesse, afui be absent, be away, be distantverbirregularGCSE
ac, atqueandconjunctionGCSE
accidoaccidere, accidi happenverb3rd conjugationGCSE
accipioaccipere, accepi, acceptus accept, take in, receive, hearverb5th (mixed) conjugationGCSE
aceracris, acre keen, sharp, fierceadjective3rd declension patternnon-GCSE
aciesaciei, f line, battle line, armynoun5th declension m./f.non-GCSE
ad(+ accusative)to, towards, at, about, nearpreposition(+ accusative)GCSE
addoaddere, addidi, additus add, joinverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
adeoso much, so greatly, to such an extentadverbGCSE
adhuctill now, stilladverbnon-GCSE
adimoadimere, ademi, ademptus take away, removeverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
adipiscoradipisci, adeptus sum (3)obtainverbdeponentnon-GCSE
adiuvoadiuvare, adiuvi, adiutus helpverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
adsumadesse, adfui be here, be presentverbirregularGCSE
adulescensadulescentis, m youth, young mannoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
advenioadvenire, adveni arriveverb4th conjugationGCSE
adversusagainst, oppositeadverbnon-GCSE
adversus(+ accusative)against, towardspreposition(+ accusative)non-GCSE
aedificiumaedificii, nbuildingnoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
aedificoaedificare, aedificavi, aedificatus buildverb1st conjugationGCSE
aequusaequa, aequum equal, fair, favourable, calmadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
ageragri, m field, land, territorynoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
aggredioraggredi, aggressus sum (3)attack, approachverbdeponentnon-GCSE
agmenagminis, n column of men, armynoun3rd declension neuternon-GCSE
agoagere, egi, actus do, act, driveverb3rd conjugationGCSE
alii...aliisome ... otherspronounGCSE
aliquisaliquidsomeone, something, anyone, anythingpronounnon-GCSE
aliusalia, aliud other, one, another, elsepronounGCSE
alteraltera, alterum the other, one (of two), another, a secondpronounGCSE
altusalta, altum high, deepadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
ambuloambulare, ambulavi walkverb1st conjugationGCSE
amicaamicae fgirl-friend, female friendnoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
amicusamici mfriendnoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
amittoamittere, amisi, amissus loseverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
amoamare, amavi, amatus love, likeverb1st conjugationGCSE
amoramoris, m lovenoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
anorconjunctionnon-GCSE
ancillaancillae, fslave-girl, slave-womannoun1st declensionGCSE
angustusangusta, angustum narrow, confinedadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
animadvertoanimadvertere, animadverti, animadversusnotice, observeverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
animusanimi, m spirit, soul, mind, couragenoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
annusanni, m yearnoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
ante(+ accusative)before, in front ofpreposition(+ accusative)GCSE
anteabefore, previouslyadverbGCSE
antequambeforeconjunctionnon-GCSE
aperioaperire, aperui, apertus open, reveal, discloseverb4th conjugationnon-GCSE
appareoapparere, apparui appearverb2nd conjugationGCSE
appropinquoappropinquare, appropinquavi (+ dative)approach, come near toverb1st conjugationGCSE
apud(+ accusative)among, at the house of, according to, in the opinion ofpreposition(+ accusative)GCSE
aquaaquae, f waternoun1st declensionGCSE
aquilaaquilae, f eagle, standardnoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
araarae, f altarnoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
arborarboris, f treenoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
arcessoarcessere, arcessivi, arcessitus summon, send forverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
argentumargenti, n silver, moneynoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
armaarmorum, n pl arms, weapons, armournoun2nd declension neuterGCSE
arsartis, f art, skillnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
ascendoascendere, ascendi, ascensus climb, go upverb3rd conjugationGCSE
atbutconjunctionnon-GCSE
attonitusattonita, attonitum astonished, thunder-struckadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
audaxaudacisbold, daringadjective3rd declension patternGCSE
audeoaudere, ausus sum dareverbsemi-deponentGCSE
audioaudire, audivi, auditus hear, listen toverb4th conjugationGCSE
auferoauferre, abstuli, ablatus take away, carry off, stealverb3rd conjugationGCSE
augeoaugere, auxi, auctus increase, exaggerateverb2nd conjugationnon-GCSE
autor, eitherconjunctionnon-GCSE
autembut, howeverconjunctionGCSE
auxiliumauxilii, n help; (pl ) (auxiliary) troopsnoun2nd declension neuterGCSE
bellumbelli, n warnoun2nd declension neuterGCSE
bellum inferre(+ dative)make war onverbphrasenon-GCSE
benewelladverbGCSE
beneficiumbeneficii, n kindness, service, favournoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
bibobibere, bibidrinkverb3rd conjugationGCSE
bistwiceadverbnon-GCSE
bonabonorum, n pl goods, possessions, propertynoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
bonusbona, bonum goodadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
brevisbreveshort, briefadjective3rd declension patternGCSE
cadocadere, cecidi, casus fall, perishverb3rd conjugationGCSE
caedescaedis, f slaughter, killing, murdernoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
caelumcaeli, n sky, heavennoun2nd declension neuterGCSE
campuscampi, m plain, fieldnoun2nd declension masculinenon-GCSE
caniscanis, m and f dognoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
canocanere, cecini, cantus sing, sound, play (of trumpets etc.)verb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
capiocapere, cepi, captus (in compounds -cipio)take, catch, captureverb5th (mixed) conjugationGCSE
captivuscaptivi, m captive, prisonernoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
caputcapitis, n head, person, life, capitalnoun3rd declension neuterGCSE
caruscara, carum dearadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
castracastrorum, n pl campnoun2nd declension neuterGCSE
causacausae, f cause, reason, casenoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
causa + genfor the sake ofprepositionnon-GCSE
caveocavere, cavi, cautus beware (of), take careverb2nd conjugationnon-GCSE
cedocedere, cessi, cessus yield, give up; (in compounds) goverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
celerceleris, celere quickadjective3rd declension patternGCSE
celocelare, celavi, celatus hide, concealverb1st conjugationGCSE
cenacenae, fdinner, mealnoun1st declensionGCSE
centuriocenturionis, m centurionnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
cernocernere, crevi, cretus see, perceive, decreeverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
certamencertaminis, n contest, battle, strugglenoun3rd declension neuternon-GCSE
certiorem facereinformverbphrasenon-GCSE
certuscerta, certum certain, sure, fixedadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
cetericeterae, cetera the rest, the otheradjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
cibuscibi, m foodnoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
cingocingere, cinxi, cinctus surround, enclose, girdverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
circum, circa (+ accusative)around, aboutpreposition(+ accusative)non-GCSE
civiscivis, m and f citizennoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
civitascivitatis, f citizenship, state, city, tribenoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
cladescladis, f disaster, loss, defeatnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
clamsecretlyadverbnon-GCSE
clamoclamare, clamavi, clamatus shout, exclaim, proclaimverb1st conjugationGCSE
clamorclamoris, m shout, uproar, noisenoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
clarusclara, clarum clear, famous, distinguishedadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
coepicoepisse, coeptus beganverbirregularGCSE
cogitocogitare, cogitavi, cogitatus think, considerverb1st conjugationGCSE
cognoscocognoscere, cognovi, cognitus get to know, find out, learnverb3rd conjugationGCSE
cogocogere, coegi, coactus force, compel, drive, assembleverb3rd conjugationGCSE
cohorscohortis, f cohort, companynoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
colocolere, colui, cultus cultivate, worship, honourverb3rd conjugationGCSE
comescomitis, m and f comrade, companionnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
committocommittere, commisi, commissus commit, fight, begin (battle)verb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
comparocomparare, comparavi, comparatusprepare, provide, obtain, compareverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
condemnocondemnare, condemnavi, condemnatusconvict, condemnverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
condocondere, condidi, conditus found, establish, hideverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
conferoconferre, contuli, conlatus collect, compare, contribute, bestowverbirregularnon-GCSE
conficioconficere, confeci, confectus complete, wear outverb5th (mixed) conjugationGCSE
confidoconfidere, confisus sum (+ dative) trust, believe, have confidence (in)verbsemi-deponentnon-GCSE
coniunxconiugis, m and f husband, wife, spousenoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
conorconari, conatus sum (1)tryverbdeponentGCSE
consiliumconsilii, n council, plan, advice, prudencenoun2nd declension neuterGCSE
consistoconsistere, constiti, constitus halt, stand, stand firmverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
conspicioconspicere, conspexi, conspectusnotice, observe, seeverb5th (mixed) conjugationGCSE
constituoconstituere, constitui, constitutus decide, establishverb3rd conjugationGCSE
consulconsulis, m consulnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
consuloconsulere, consului, consultus consult, consider, adviseverb3rd conjugationGCSE
consumoconsumere, consumpsi, consumptus eat, consume, spendverb3rd conjugationGCSE
contendocontendere, contendi, contentus hurry, march, contend, fightverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
contra(+ accusative)againstpreposition(+ accusative)GCSE
copiaecopiarum, f pl troops, forces, suppliesnoun1st declensionGCSE
corpuscorporis, n bodynoun3rd declension neuterGCSE
corripiocorripere, corripui, correptus seize, carry offverb5th (mixed) conjugationnon-GCSE
cotidieevery day, dailyadverbnon-GCSE
crastomorrowadverbGCSE
credocredere, credidi, creditus (+ dative) believe, trust, entrustverb3rd conjugationGCSE
crimencriminis, n accusation, charge, crimenoun3rd declension neuternon-GCSE
crudeliscrudelecrueladjective3rd declension patternGCSE
culpaculpae, f fault, blamenoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
cumwhen, since, althoughconjunctionGCSE
cum(+ ablative)withpreposition(+ ablative)GCSE
cunctuscuncta, cunctum all, wholeadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
cupiduscupida, cupidum (+ genitive)eager (for), greedyadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
cupiocupere, cupivi, cupitus desire, wish, wantverb5th (mixed) conjugationGCSE
cur?why?interrogativeGCSE
curacurae, f care, charge, anxietynoun1st declensionGCSE
curocurare, curavi, curatus care for, cure; with gerundive = get something doneverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
currocurrere, cucurri, cursus runverb3rd conjugationGCSE
custodiocustodire, custodivi, custoditus guardverb4th conjugationGCSE
custoscustodis, m and f guardnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
de(+ ablative)about, from, down frompreposition(+ ablative)GCSE
deadeae, fgoddessnoun1st declensionGCSE
debeodebere, debui, debitus owe, oughtverb2nd conjugationGCSE
decipiodecipere, decepi, deceptus deceiveverb5th (mixed) conjugationnon-GCSE
defendodefendere, defendi, defensus defendverb3rd conjugationGCSE
defessusdefessa, defessum tiredadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
deinde, dein then, next, afterwardsadverbnon-GCSE
deleodelere, delevi, deletus destroyverb2nd conjugationGCSE
deniqueat last, finally, in shortadverbnon-GCSE
descendodescendere, descendi, descensusdescend, come downverb3rd conjugationGCSE
desinodesinere, desii, desitus ceaseverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
desperodesperare, desperavi, desperatusdespairverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
deusdei, m godnoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
dexterdextra, dextrum right, on the right, right handadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
dextradextrae, f right hand, right sidenoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
dicodicere, dixi, dictus say, speak, tellverb3rd conjugationGCSE
diesdiei, m, occasionally f daynoun5th declension m./f.GCSE
difficilisdifficiledifficultadjective3rd declension patternGCSE
dignitasdignitatis, f rank, dignity, importance, honournoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
dignusdigna, dignum (+ ablative)worthy (of), deserving (of)adjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
diligensdiligentiscareful, diligentadjective3rd declension patternGCSE
dimittodimittere, dimisi, dimissus dismiss, scatterverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
dirusdira, dirum dreadfuladjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
discedodiscedere, discessi depart, leaveverb3rd conjugationGCSE
discodiscere, didici learnverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
dissimilisdissimiledifferentadjective3rd declension patternnon-GCSE
diufor a long timeadverbGCSE
divesdivitisrichadjective3rd declension patternnon-GCSE
dividodividere, divisi, divisus divide, separateverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
divitiaedivitiarum, f pl riches, wealthnoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
dodare, dedi, datus giveverb1st conjugationGCSE
doceodocere, docui, doctus teach, informverb2nd conjugationGCSE
doleodolere, dolui hurt, be in pain, lamentverb2nd conjugationnon-GCSE
dolordoloris, m pain, sorrow, angernoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
dolusdoli, m trick, fraudnoun2nd declension masculinenon-GCSE
dominadominae, fmistressnoun1st declensionGCSE
dominusdomini, m masternoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
domusdomus, f house, homenoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
donumdoni, n gift, presentnoun2nd declension neuterGCSE
dormiodormire, dormivi sleepverb4th conjugationGCSE
dubitodubitare, dubitavi, dubitatus doubt, hesitateverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
dubiusdubia, dubium doubtful, wavering, uncertainadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
ducoducere, duxi, ductus lead, take, marry, considerverb3rd conjugationGCSE
dumwhile, until, provided thatconjunctionGCSE
durusdura, durum hard, harsh, roughadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
duxducis, m leader, general, rulernoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
e, ex (+ ablative)from, out of; (in compounds) outpreposition(+ ablative)GCSE
efficioefficere, effeci, effectus carry out, accomplishverb5th (mixed) conjugationnon-GCSE
effugioeffugere, effugi escapeverb5th (mixed) conjugationGCSE
egeoegere, egui + gen or abl need, be in want of, lackverb2nd conjugationnon-GCSE
egomeiI, mepronounGCSE
egredioregredi, egressus sum (3)go out, come outverbdeponentGCSE
emoemere, emi, emptus buyverb3rd conjugationGCSE
enimforconjunctionGCSE
eoire, i(v)i goverbirregularGCSE
eothitheradverbnon-GCSE
epistulaepistulae, f letternoun1st declensionGCSE
equesequitis, m knight, horseman, (pl) cavalrynoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
equusequi, m horsenoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
erga(+ accusative)towardspreposition(+ accusative)non-GCSE
ergothereforeadverbnon-GCSE
erroerrare, erravi, erratus wander, make a mistakeverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
etand, bothconjunctionGCSE
etiamalso, even, stilladverbGCSE
etsialthoughconjunctionnon-GCSE
excipioexcipere, excepi, exceptus receive, take, welcomeverb5th (mixed) conjugationnon-GCSE
excitoexcitare, excitavi, excitatus wake, rouse, exciteverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
exemplumexempli, n example, precedentnoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
exercitusexercitus, m armynoun4th declension m./f.GCSE
exiliumexilii, n exilenoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
exitiumexitii, n ruin, destructionnoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
exspectoexspectare, exspectavi, exspectatuswait for, expectverb1st conjugationGCSE
extra(+ accusative)outside, beyondpreposition(+ accusative)non-GCSE
extraoutside, beyondadverbnon-GCSE
facilisfacileeasyadjective3rd declension patternGCSE
facinusfacinoris, n crime, outrage, deednoun3rd declension neuternon-GCSE
faciofacere, feci, factus (in compounds -ficiomake, doverb5th (mixed) conjugationGCSE
fallofallere, fefelli, falsus deceive, cheatverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
famafamae, f rumour, fame, glorynoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
familiafamiliae, f family, householdnoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
faveofavere, favi, (+ dative) favour, supportverb2nd conjugationGCSE
felixfelicisfortunate, happy, prosperousadjective3rd declension patternGCSE
feminafeminae, f womannoun1st declensionGCSE
ferenearly, aboutadverbnon-GCSE
feroferre, tuli, latus bear, carry, bring, sayverbirregularGCSE
feroxferocisfierce, cruel, braveadjective3rd declension patternGCSE
ferrumferri, n iron, swordnoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
festinofestinare, festinavi hurryverb1st conjugationGCSE
fidelisfideletrustworthy, faithful, loyaladjective3rd declension patternGCSE
fidesfidei, f trust, faith, confidence, loyaltynoun5th declension m./f.non-GCSE
fidofidere, fisus sum (+ dative or ablative)trust, rely uponverbsemi-deponentnon-GCSE
filiafiliae, fdaughternoun1st declensionGCSE
filiusfilii, m sonnoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
finisfinis, m end, boundary, pl territorynoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
fiofieri, factus sumbecome, be made, happenverbirregularnon-GCSE
flammaflammae, f blaze, flame, passionnoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
flumenfluminis, n rivernoun3rd declension neuterGCSE
foedusfoederis, n treaty, agreementnoun3rd declension neuternon-GCSE
fortasseperhapsadverbnon-GCSE
forteby chanceadverbGCSE
fortisfortebrave, strong, boldadjective3rd declension patternGCSE
fortunafortunae, f fate, luck, fortune (good or bad)noun1st declensionnon-GCSE
forumfori, n forum, market placenoun2nd declension neuterGCSE
frangofrangere, fregi, fractus break, crushverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
fraterfratris, m brothernoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
frigusfrigoris, n coldnoun3rd declension neuternon-GCSE
frumentumfrumenti, n corn, grainnoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
frustrain vainadverbGCSE
fugafugae, f flight, escapenoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
fugiofugere, fugi flee, run away (from), avoidverb5th (mixed) conjugationGCSE
fundofundere, fudi, fusus pour, shed, routverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
furorfuroris, m rage, fury, madness, passionnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
gaudeogaudere, gavisus sum rejoiceverbsemi-deponentGCSE
gaudiumgaudii, n joy, delightnoun2nd declension neuterGCSE
gensgentis, f race, people, family, tribe, nationnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
genusgeneris, n race, descent, birth, kindnoun3rd declension neuternon-GCSE
gerogerere, gessi, gestus bear, wear, wage war, manageverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
gladiusgladii, m swordnoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
gratiagratiae, f favour, thanks, esteemnoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
gratias ago(+ dative)thank, give thanksverbphrasenon-GCSE
gravisgraveheavy, serious, painful, importantadjective3rd declension patternGCSE
habeohabere, habui, habitus have, hold, considerverb2nd conjugationGCSE
habitohabitare, habitavi, habitatus live, dwellverb1st conjugationGCSE
hastahastae, f spearnoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
haudnotadverbnon-GCSE
heriyesterdayadverbGCSE
hichereadverbGCSE
hichaec, hoc thispronounGCSE
hiemshiemis, f winter, stormnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
hincfrom here, hence, henceforthadverbnon-GCSE
hodietodayadverbGCSE
homohominis, m man, personnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
honorhonoris, m honour, esteem, glorynoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
horahorae, f hournoun1st declensionGCSE
hortorhortari, hortatus sum (1)urge, encourageverbdeponentGCSE
hortushorti, mgardennoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
hospeshospitis, m guest, hostnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
hostishostis, m enemynoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
huchere, to this placeadverbnon-GCSE
humushumi, f ground, earthnoun2nd declenion femininenon-GCSE
iaceoiacere, iacui lie (down)verb2nd conjugationGCSE
iacioiacere, ieci, iactus (in compounds -icio)throwverb5th (mixed) conjugationGCSE
iamnow, alreadyadverbGCSE
ibithere, thenadverbGCSE
idemeadem, idem the samepronounGCSE
idoneusidonea, idoneum suitable, convenientadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
igiturtherefore, and soadverbGCSE
ignisignis, m firenoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
ignoroignorare, ignoravi, ignoratus do not know, be ignorant, misunderstandverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
illeilla, illud that, he, she, itpronounGCSE
illicthereadverbnon-GCSE
impedioimpedire, impedivi, impeditus delay, hinder, prevent, hamperverb4th conjugationnon-GCSE
imperatorimperatoris, m emperor, general, leadernoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
imperiumimperii, n command, power, empirenoun2nd declension neuterGCSE
imperoimperare, imperavi, imperatus (+ dative)order, commandverb1st conjugationGCSE
impetusimpetus, m attack, impulsenoun4th declension m./f.non-GCSE
in(+ accusative)into, onto, against, towardspreposition(+ accusative)GCSE
in(+ ablative)in, onpreposition(+ ablative)GCSE
incendiumincendii, nfirenoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
incendoincendere, incendi, incensus burn, set on fire, inflame, rouseverb3rd conjugationGCSE
incipioincipere, incepi, inceptus beginverb5th (mixed) conjugationnon-GCSE
incitoincitare, incitavi, incitatus urge on, arouse, encourageverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
indefrom there, thereupon, nextadverbnon-GCSE
inferoinferre, intuli, illatus/inlatus inflict, bring to, cause, carry againstverbirregularnon-GCSE
infrabelow, beneathadverbnon-GCSE
infra(+ accusative)below, beneathpreposition(+ accusative)non-GCSE
ingeniumingenii, n character, abilitynoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
ingensingentishugeadjective3rd declension patternGCSE
ingredioringredi, ingressus sum (3)enter, undertakeverbdeponentGCSE
inimicusinimici, m (personal) enemynoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
iniquusiniqua, iniquum unfair, unjust, unfavourableadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
initiuminitii, n beginningnoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
iniuriainiuriae, f injustice, injury, wrongnoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
inopiainopiae, f shortage, lack, povertynoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
inquaminquit, inquiunt sayverbirregularnon-GCSE
insidiaeinsidiarum, f pl ambush, trap, tricknoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
insignisinsignedistinguished, gloriousadjective3rd declension patternnon-GCSE
inspicioinspicere, inspexi, inspectus look at, inspect, examineverb5th (mixed) conjugationnon-GCSE
instruoinstruere, instruxi, instructus draw up, prepare, equip, supplyverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
insulainsulae, f island, block (of apartments)noun1st declensionGCSE
intellegointellegere, intellexi, intellectus understand, perceive, realiseverb3rd conjugationGCSE
inter(+ accusative)between, amongpreposition(+ accusative)GCSE
interea, interimmeanwhile, in the meantimeadverbnon-GCSE
interficiointerficere, interfeci, interfectus killverb5th (mixed) conjugationGCSE
intra(+ accusative)inside, withinpreposition(+ accusative)non-GCSE
introintrare, intravi, intratus enterverb1st conjugationGCSE
invenioinvenire, inveni, inventus find, discoververb4th conjugationGCSE
invitoinvitare, invitavi, invitatus inviteverb1st conjugationGCSE
invitusinvita, invitum unwillling, reluctantadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
ipseipsa, ipsum (-self)pronounGCSE
irairae, f angernoun1st declensionGCSE
iratusirata, iratum angryadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
isea, id this, that, he, she, itpronounGCSE
itain this way, so, thusadverbGCSE
ita veroyesadverbnon-GCSE
itaqueand so, thereforeadverbGCSE
iteritineris, n journey, march, waynoun3rd declension neuterGCSE
iterumagainadverbGCSE
iubeoiubere, iussi, iussus order, commandverb2nd conjugationGCSE
iudexiudicis, m and f judge, jurornoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
iungoiungere, iunxi, iunctus join, unite, fastenverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
iustusiusta, iustum right, just, lawful, completeadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
iuvenisiuveneyoungadjective3rd declension patternnon-GCSE
iuvenisiuvenis, myoung man, youngnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
iuvoiuvare, iuvi, iutus help, pleaseverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
laborlabi, lapsus sum (3)glide, slip, fallverbdeponentnon-GCSE
laborlaboris, m work, toil, troublenoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
laborolaborare, laboraviwork, toil, be in difficultyverb1st conjugationGCSE
laedolaedere, laesi, laesus hurt, injure, harmverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
laetuslaeta, laetum happy, gladadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
latuslata, latum wide, broadadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
latuslateris, n side, wingnoun3rd declension neuternon-GCSE
laudolaudare, laudavi, laudatus praiseverb1st conjugationGCSE
lauslaudis, f praise, honour, creditnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
legatuslegati, m (legionary) commander, ambassador, envoynoun2nd declension masculinenon-GCSE
legiolegionis, f legionnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
legolegere, legi, lectus read, chooseverb3rd conjugationGCSE
lentuslenta, lentum slowadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
levislevelight, slightadjective3rd declension patternnon-GCSE
lexlegis, f lawnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
libenslibentiswilling, gladadjective3rd declension patternnon-GCSE
liberlibera, liberum freeadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
liberlibri, m booknoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
liberiliberorum, m pl childrennoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
liberoliberare, liberavi, liberatus set freeverb1st conjugationGCSE
libertaslibertatis, f freedomnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
libertusliberti, m freedman, ex-slavenoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
licetlicere, licuit (+ dative) it is allowedverbimpersonalnon-GCSE
litteralitterae, f (usually pl. with sg. meaning)letternoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
lituslitoris, n sea-shore, beachnoun3rd declension neuternon-GCSE
locusloci, m place, position, situation, opportunitynoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
longuslonga, longum longadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
loquorloqui, locutus sum (3)speak, talkverbdeponentGCSE
luxlucis, f light, daylightnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
magis(comparative)more, ratheradverbGCSE
magistermagistri, m teacher, masternoun2nd declension masculinenon-GCSE
magnoperevery much, greatlyadverbGCSE
magnusmagna, magnum big, large, greatadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
malomalle, malui preferverbirregularGCSE
malusmala, malum evil, badadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
mandomandare, mandavi, mandatus commit, entrust, commandverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
manein the morning, earlyadverbnon-GCSE
maneomanere, mansi remain, stayverb2nd conjugationGCSE
manusmanus, f hand, bandnoun4th declension m./f.GCSE
maremaris, n seanoun3rd declension neuterGCSE
maritusmariti, mhusbandnoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
matermatris, f mothernoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
me recipioretreat, withdrawverbphrasenon-GCSE
mediusmedia, medium middle (of)adjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
mensmentis, f mindnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
mensismensis, m monthnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
mercatormercatoris, mmerchantnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
metusmetus, mfearnoun4th declension m./f.non-GCSE
meusmea, meum myadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
milesmilitis, m soldiernoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
mille passus (pl milia passuum)milenoun4th declension m./f.non-GCSE
minorminari, minatus sum (1) (+ dative) threatenverbdeponentnon-GCSE
mirabilismirabilestrange, wonderfuladjective3rd declension patternnon-GCSE
mirormirari, miratus sum (1)wonder at, admireverbdeponentGCSE
misermisera, miserum miserable, wretched, sadadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
mittomittere, misi, missus send, throw, let goverb3rd conjugationGCSE
modojust now, onlyadverbnon-GCSE
modusmodi, m manner, way, kindnoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
moeniamoenium, n pl city walls, citynoun3rd declension neuternon-GCSE
moneomonere, monui, monitus warn, advise, teachverb2nd conjugationGCSE
monsmontis, m mountainnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
monstromonstrare, monstravi, monstratusshow, point out, indicate, instructverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
moramorae, f delaynoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
morbusmorbi, m sickness, diseasenoun2nd declension masculinenon-GCSE
moriormori, mortuus sum (3)dieverbdeponentGCSE
morormorari, moratus sum (1)delay, lingerverbdeponentnon-GCSE
morsmortis, f deathnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
mosmoris, m habit, custom, (pl) character, moralsnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
moveomovere, movi, motus moveverb2nd conjugationGCSE
moxsoonadverbGCSE
muliermulieris, f womannoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
multitudomultitudinis, f crowd, multitudenoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
multusmulta, multum much, manyadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
muniomunire, munivi, munitus fortify, defend, guardverb4th conjugationnon-GCSE
munusmuneris, n service, duty, presentnoun3rd declension neuternon-GCSE
murusmuri, m wall, rampartnoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
mutomutare, mutavi, mutatus change, alterverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
namforconjunctionGCSE
narronarrare, narravi, narratustell, relateverb1st conjugationGCSE
nascornasci, natus sum (3)am bornverbdeponentnon-GCSE
naturanaturae, f naturenoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
nautanautae, m sailornoun1st declensionGCSE
navem solvoset sailverbphrasenon-GCSE
navigonavigare, navigavi sailverb1st conjugationGCSE
navisnavis, f shipnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
navis longawarshipnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
navis onerariamerchant shipnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
nelest, that notconjunctionGCSE
ne (suffix)(introduces question)interrogativeGCSE
ne ... quidemnot ... evenadverbnon-GCSE
nec, neque and not, nor, neitherconjunctionGCSE
necessenecessaryadjectiveindeclinablenon-GCSE
neconecare, necavi, necatus killverb1st conjugationGCSE
neglegoneglegere, neglexi, neglectus neglect, disregardverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
negonegare, negavi, negatus say no, deny, refuse, say that ...notverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
negotiumnegotii, n businessnoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
nemonulliusno one, nobodynounirregularGCSE
nescionescire, nescivi not knowverb4th conjugationGCSE
nihilnothingnounirregularGCSE
nisiunless, if not, exceptconjunctionGCSE
nobilisnobilenoble, famousadjective3rd declension patternnon-GCSE
noceonocere, nocui (+ dative) hurt, harmverb2nd conjugationnon-GCSE
noctuby nightadverbnon-GCSE
nolonolle, nolui not want, be unwilling, refuseverbirregularGCSE
nomennominis, n namenoun3rd declension neuterGCSE
nonnotadverbGCSE
non iamno longeradverbnon-GCSE
nondumnot yetadverbnon-GCSE
nonne?surely?adverbGCSE
nonnullinonnullae, nonnulla some, severaladjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
nosnostrum / nostriwe, uspronounGCSE
nosternostra, nostrum ourpronounGCSE
notusnota, notum known, well-known, famousadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
novinotus (perfect with present meaning)knowverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
novusnova, novum new, fresh, recentadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
noxnoctis, f nightnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
nullusnulla, nullum no, none, not anyadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
numsurely…not?, whetherinterrogativeGCSE
numerusnumeri, m numbernoun2nd declension masculinenon-GCSE
numquamneveradverbGCSE
nuncnowadverbGCSE
nuntionuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatus announce, reportverb1st conjugationGCSE
nuntiusnuntii, m messenger, message, newsnoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
ob(+ accusative)because of, on account ofpreposition(+ accusative)non-GCSE
obliviscoroblivisci, oblitus sum (3)forgetverbdeponentnon-GCSE
obsesobsidis m and fhostagenoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
obsideoobsidere, obsedi, obsessus besiege, blockadeverb2nd conjugationnon-GCSE
obviam eoire, i(v)i (+ dative) meet, go to meet, oppose, resistverbphrasenon-GCSE
occasiooccasionis, f opportunity, occasionnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
occidooccidere, occidi, occisus killverb3rd conjugationGCSE
occupooccupare, occupavi, occupatus seize, take possession of, occupyverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
oculusoculi, m eyenoun2nd declension masculinenon-GCSE
odiodisse (perfect with present meaning)hateverbirregularnon-GCSE
odio est(+ dative)be hated byverbphrasenon-GCSE
odiumodii, n hatrednoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
offeroofferre, obtuli, oblatus present, offerverbirregularGCSE
officiumofficii, n duty, task, functionnoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
olimonce, formerly, one dayadverbGCSE
omittoomittere, omisi, omissus neglect, disregard, make no mention ofverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
omninoaltogether, at all, entirelyadverbnon-GCSE
omnisomneall, everyadjective3rd declension patternGCSE
onusoneris, n burden, loadnoun3rd declension neuternon-GCSE
operaoperae, f work, effort, attention, troublenoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
operam doI take pains, give attention (to)verbphrasenon-GCSE
oportetoportere, oportuit be necessary, ought, mustverbimpersonalnon-GCSE
oppidumoppidi, n townnoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
opprimoopprimere, oppressi, oppressus overwhelm, crush, weigh downverb3rd conjugationGCSE
oppugnooppugnare, oppugnavi, oppugnatusattackverb1st conjugationGCSE
opsopis, f help; (pl) resources, richesnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
opusoperis, n work, toil, constructionnoun3rd declension neuternon-GCSE
opus estesse, fuit (+ ablative)there is need (of)verbimpersonalnon-GCSE
oraorae, f coastnoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
oratioorationis, f speechnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
ordoordinis, m rank, order, linenoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
oriororiri, ortus sum (4)rise, start, originateverbdeponentnon-GCSE
ornoornare, ornavi, ornatus adorn, decorate, provide, equipverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
oroorare, oravi, oratus begverb1st conjugationGCSE
osoris, n mouth, facenoun3rd declension neuternon-GCSE
ostendoostendere, ostendi, ostentus show, point out, indicateverb3rd conjugationGCSE
otiumotii, n leisure, idleness, peacenoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
paenealmost, nearlyadverbGCSE
palamopenlyadverbnon-GCSE
parparisequaladjective3rd declension patternnon-GCSE
parcoparcere, peperci (+ dative) spareverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
parensparentis, m and f parent; (pl) relationsnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
pareoparere, parui (+ dative) obeyverb2nd conjugationnon-GCSE
parioparere, peperi, partus bear (a child), win, acquire, gain, secureverb5th (mixed) conjugationnon-GCSE
paroparare, paravi, paratus prepare, provideverb1st conjugationGCSE
parspartis, f part, some, directionnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
parvusparva, parvum smalladjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
passimin all directions, far and wide, everywhereadverbnon-GCSE
passuspassus, m pacenoun4th declension m./f.non-GCSE
paterpatris, m fathernoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
patiorpati, passus sum (3)suffer, endure, allowverbdeponentGCSE
patriapatriae, f homeland, native landnoun1st declensionGCSE
paucipaucae, pauca few, a fewadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
paulatimgradually, little by littleadverbnon-GCSE
paulisperfor a short timeadverbnon-GCSE
paulum, paulo a little, somewhatadverbnon-GCSE
pauperpauperispooradjective3rd declension patternnon-GCSE
paxpacis, f peacenoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
pecuniapecuniae, f moneynoun1st declensionGCSE
pedem/me referoretreatverbphrasenon-GCSE
pedespeditis, m infantrynoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
pellopellere, pepuli, pulsus push, drive, routverb3rd conjugationGCSE
per(+ accusative)through, throughout, alongpreposition(+ accusative)GCSE
perdoperdere, perdidi, perditus destroy, loseverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
pereoperire, perii die, perish, be ruinedverbirregularGCSE
perficioperficere, perfeci, perfectus bring about, complete, perfectverb5th (mixed) conjugationnon-GCSE
periculumpericuli, n dangernoun2nd declension neuterGCSE
peritusperita, peritum + gen or abl skilled (in)adjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
permittopermittere, permisi, permissus hand over, entrust, permit, allowverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
persuadeopersuadere, persuasi (+ dative) persuade, convinceverb2nd conjugationGCSE
perterritusperterrita, perterritum very frightened, terrifiedadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
perveniopervenire, perveni reach, arriveverb4th conjugationGCSE
pespedis, m footnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
petopetere, petivi, petitus seek, ask for, make for, attackverb3rd conjugationGCSE
pilumpili, n javelinnoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
placetplacere, placuit (+ dative) it pleases, suits, it is resolvedverbimpersonalnon-GCSE
plebsplebis, f the people, common peoplenoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
plenusplena, plenum full, filledadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
pleriquepleraeque, pleraque most, the majorityadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
poenapoenae, f punishment, penaltynoun1st declensionGCSE
poenas dopay the penalty, am punishedverbphraseGCSE
polliceorpolliceri, pollicitus sum (2)promiseverbdeponentnon-GCSE
ponoponere, posui, positus put, place, set up (camp)verb3rd conjugationGCSE
ponspontis, m bridgenoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
populuspopuli, m people, nationnoun2nd declension masculinenon-GCSE
portaportae, f gatenoun1st declensionGCSE
portoportare, portavi, portatus carry, bear, takeverb1st conjugationGCSE
portusportus, m harbour, portnoun4th declension m./f.GCSE
poscoposcere, poposci demand, ask forverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
possumposse, potui can, be ableverbirregularGCSE
post(+ accusative)behind, afterpreposition(+ accusative)GCSE
postafterwards, nextadverbnon-GCSE
posteaafterwards, thenadverbGCSE
postquamafter, whenconjunctionGCSE
postremuspostrema, postremum lastadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
postridieon the next dayadverbGCSE
postulopostulare, postulavi, postulatus demand, askverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
potenspotentispowerfuladjective3rd declension patternnon-GCSE
potestaspotestatis, f power, authority, opportunitynoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
potiorpotiri, potitus sum (+ genitive or ablative)seize, get possession ofverb4th conjugationnon-GCSE
potiusrather, moreadverbnon-GCSE
praebeopraebere, praebui, praebitus provide, give, show, offerverb2nd conjugationnon-GCSE
praedapraedae, f booty, plundernoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
praeficiopraeficere, praefeci, praefectus put in charge (of)verb5th (mixed) conjugationnon-GCSE
praemiumpraemii, n prize, rewardnoun2nd declension neuterGCSE
praesidiumpraesidii, n protection, garrison, fortificationnoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
praesumpraeesse, praefui (+ dative) be in charge ofverbirregularnon-GCSE
praeter(+ accusative)beyond, except, besidespreposition(+ accusative)non-GCSE
praetereabesides, moreover, in additionadverbnon-GCSE
praetorpraetoris, m praetor (acted as judge or governor)noun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
precorprecari, precatus sum (1)pray, pray to, begverbdeponentGCSE
pretiumpretii, n price, valuenoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
primusprima, primum first, chiefadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
princepsprincipis, m emperor, chief, chieftainnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
priorpriorisprevious, formeradjective3rd declension patternnon-GCSE
priusbefore, previouslyadverbnon-GCSE
priusquambefore, untilconjunctionnon-GCSE
pro(+ ablative)in front of, for, on behalf of, in return forpreposition(+ ablative)GCSE
procedoprocedere, processi advance, proceedverb3rd conjugationGCSE
proculfar away, distantadverbnon-GCSE
prodoprodere, prodidi, proditus betray, surrenderverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
proeliumproelii, n battlenoun2nd declension neuterGCSE
proficiscorproficisci, profectus sum (3)set out, departverbdeponentGCSE
progrediorprogredi, progressus sum (3)advance, proceedverbdeponentGCSE
promittopromittere, promisi, promissus promiseverb3rd conjugationGCSE
prope(+ accusative)nearpreposition(+ accusative)GCSE
propter(+ accusative)on account of, because ofpreposition(+ accusative)GCSE
provinciaprovinciae, f provincenoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
proximusproxima, proximum nearest, next, lastadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
publicuspublica, publicum public, commonadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
pudorpudoris, m shame, modesty, honour, disgracenoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
puellapuellae, f girlnoun1st declensionGCSE
puerpueri, m boynoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
pugnapugnae, f fight, battlenoun1st declensionGCSE
pugnopugnare, pugnavi fightverb1st conjugationGCSE
puniopunire, punivi, punitus punishverb4th conjugationGCSE
putoputare, putavi, putatus think, consider, reckonverb1st conjugationGCSE
quaeroquaerere, quaesivi, quaesitus search for, ask for, ask, inquireverb3rd conjugationGCSE
qualis?qualewhat sort of?interrogative3rd declension patternGCSE
quam(+ superlative)as ... as possibleadverbGCSE
quamhow, than, asadverbGCSE
quamquamalthoughconjunctionGCSE
quando?when?interrogativeGCSE
quantus?quanta, quantum how big? how much?interrogative2-1-2 patternGCSE
quasias if, just as, nearlyadverbnon-GCSE
que (suffix)andconjunctionGCSE
querorqueri, questus sum (3)complainverbdeponentnon-GCSE
quiquae, quod who, which, thatpronounGCSE
quiabecauseconjunctionnon-GCSE
quidamquaedam, quoddam one, a certain, somepronounGCSE
quidemindeed, in fact, howeveradverbnon-GCSE
quiesquietis, f rest, peace, quietnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
quis?quidwho? what? anypronounGCSE
quisquamquicquamanyone, anythingpronounnon-GCSE
quisquequaeque, quidque each, each one, everypronounnon-GCSE
quisquisquicquidwhoever, whateverpronounnon-GCSE
quo?where to?interrogativeGCSE
quoadas long as, untilconjunctionnon-GCSE
quodbecause, (as to) the fact thatconjunctionGCSE
quod sibut ifconjunctionnon-GCSE
quomodo?how? in what way?interrogativeGCSE
quoniamsinceconjunctionnon-GCSE
quoquealso, tooconjunctionGCSE
quot?how many?interrogativeindeclinableGCSE
quotiens?how often? as often asinterrogativenon-GCSE
rapiorapere, rapui, raptus seize, grab, carry off, plunderverb5th (mixed) conjugationGCSE
ratiorationis, f account, reckoning, manner, reasonnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
recensrecentisrecent, freshadjective3rd declension patternnon-GCSE
recipiorecipere, recepi, receptus regain, receive, welcomeverb5th (mixed) conjugationnon-GCSE
recitorecitare, recitavi, recitatus recite, read aloudverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
rectusrecta, rectum straight, direct, right, properadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
reddoreddere, reddidi, redditus give back, restore, hand over, makeverb3rd conjugationGCSE
redeoredire, redii return, go back, come backverbirregularGCSE
referoreferre, rettuli, relatus bring back, report, referverbirregularGCSE
reficioreficere, refeci, refectus repair, restore, refreshverb5th (mixed) conjugationnon-GCSE
reginareginae, f queennoun1st declensionGCSE
regnumregni, n kingdom, reign, rulenoun2nd declension neuterGCSE
regoregere, rexi, rectus rule, directverb3rd conjugationGCSE
regrediorregredi, regressus sum (3)go back, returnverbdeponentGCSE
relinquorelinquere, reliqui, relictus leave, leave behind, abandonverb3rd conjugationGCSE
reliquusreliqua, reliquum the rest of, the otheradjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
repentesuddenlyadverbnon-GCSE
resrei, f thing, affair, matter, businessnoun5th declension m./f.GCSE
res publicarei publicae, f state, republicnoun5th declension m./f.non-GCSE
resistoresistere, restiti (+ dative) resist, opposeverb3rd conjugationGCSE
respondeorespondere, respondi, responsus answer, replyverb2nd conjugationGCSE
responsumresponsi, n answer, replynoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
retineoretinere, retinui, retentus hold back, restrain, keepverb2nd conjugationnon-GCSE
rexregis, m kingnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
riparipae, f banknoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
rogorogare, rogavi, rogatus ask, ask forverb1st conjugationGCSE
rumporumpere, rupi, ruptus break, burst, break throughverb3rd conjugationGCSE
rursusback, againadverbnon-GCSE
rusruris, n country, countrysidenoun3rd declension neuternon-GCSE
sacerdossacerdotis, m and f priest, priestessnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
saepeoftenadverbGCSE
saevussaeva, saevum savage, crueladjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
salussalutis, f health, safety, greetingnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
salutosalutare, salutavi, salutatus greet, saluteverb1st conjugationGCSE
sanguissanguinis, m bloodnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
sapienssapientiswise, sensibleadjective3rd declension patternGCSE
sapientiasapientiae, f wisdom, good sensenoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
satisenoughadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
scelussceleris, n crime, wickednessnoun3rd declension neuterGCSE
scioscire, scivi, scitus knowverb4th conjugationGCSE
scriboscribere, scripsi, scriptus writeverb3rd conjugationGCSE
scutumscuti, n shieldnoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
sesuihimself, herself, itself, themselvespronounGCSE
secundussecunda, secundum following, next, second, favourableadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
sedbutconjunctionGCSE
sedessedis, f seat, temple, homenoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
semelonceadverbnon-GCSE
semperalwaysadverbGCSE
senatorsenatoris, m senatornoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
senatussenatus, m senatenoun4th declension m./f.non-GCSE
senexsenis, m old mannoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
sententiasententiae, f opinion, judgement, sentencenoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
sentiosentire, sensi, sensus feel, notice, hear, judgeverb4th conjugationGCSE
sequorsequi, secutus sum (3)follow, pursue, attendverbdeponentGCSE
servoservare, servavi, servatus save, protect, keepverb1st conjugationGCSE
servusservi, m slavenoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
siifconjunctionGCSE
sicthus, in this wayadverbGCSE
sicutjust as, like, as, as ifadverbnon-GCSE
signa inferreattack, chargeverbphrasenon-GCSE
signumsigni, n sign, signal, standardnoun2nd declension neuterGCSE
silentiumsilentii, n silencenoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
silvasilvae, f wood, forestnoun1st declensionGCSE
similissimilesimilar, likeadjective3rd declension patternnon-GCSE
simulat the same time, togetheradverbGCSE
simulac, simulatqueas soon asconjunctionGCSE
sine(+ ablative)withoutpreposition(+ ablative)GCSE
sinistersinistra, sinistrumleft, on the left, unfavourableadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
sinistrasinistrae, f left hand, left sidenoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
sinosinere, sivi, situs allow, permitverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
sive, seu or if, whetherconjunctionnon-GCSE
sociussocii, m ally, comrade, companionnoun2nd declension masculinenon-GCSE
solsolis, m sun, sunlightnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
soleosolere, solitus sum be accustomedverbsemi-deponentGCSE
solumonlyadverbnon-GCSE
solussola, solum alone, only, lonely, singleadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
solvosolvere, solvi, solutus loose, payverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
somnussomni, m sleepnoun2nd declension masculinenon-GCSE
sonussoni, m noise, soundnoun2nd declension masculinenon-GCSE
sororsororis, f sisternoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
spatiumspatii, n interval, space, distancenoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
spectospectare, spectavi, spectatus look at, watchverb1st conjugationGCSE
spernospernere, sprevi, spretus despise, reject, scornverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
sperosperare, speravi, speratus hope, expectverb1st conjugationGCSE
spesspei, f hopenoun5th declension m./f.GCSE
spoliumspolii, n booty, spoil(s)noun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
statimat once, immediatelyadverbGCSE
statuostatuere, statui, statutus fix, determine, decide, arrangeverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
stostare, steti stand, stand firmverb1st conjugationGCSE
studiumstudii, n eagerness, study, devotionnoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
stultusstulta, stultum stupid, foolishadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
sub(+ ablative or accusative)under, beneath; up topreposition(+ ablative or accusative)GCSE
subitosuddenlyadverbGCSE
sumesse, fui beverbirregularGCSE
summussumma, summum highest, greatest, top (of)adjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
sumosumere, sumpsi, sumptus take, take upverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
superosuperare, superavi, superatus overcome, overpowerverb1st conjugationGCSE
supersumsuperesse, superfui (+ dative)be left, remain, surviveverbirregularnon-GCSE
superussupera, superum upper, higheradjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
surgosurgere, surrexi get up, stand up, riseverb3rd conjugationGCSE
suscipiosuscipere, suscepi, susceptus take up, undertake, begin, bearverb5th (mixed) conjugationnon-GCSE
suspicorsuspicari, suspicatus sum (1)mistrust, suspectverbdeponentnon-GCSE
suussua, suum his (own), her (own), its (own), their (own)pronounGCSE
tabernatabernae, fshop, innnoun1st declensionGCSE
tacitustacita, tacitum quiet, silent, in silenceadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
talistalesuchadjective3rd declension patternGCSE
tamsoadverbGCSE
tamenhowever, nevertheless, yetadverbGCSE
tandemat last, finallyadverbGCSE
tangotangere, tetigi, tactus touchverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
tantumonlyadverbnon-GCSE
tantustanta, tantum so great, such a great, so muchadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
tectumtecti, n roof, housenoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
tegotegere, texi, tectus cover, protect, hideverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
telumteli, n weapon, javelin, missilenoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
tempestastempestatis, f weather, storm, timenoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
templumtempli, n templenoun2nd declension neuterGCSE
tempustemporis, n timenoun3rd declension neuterGCSE
teneotenere, tenui, tentus hold, keep, maintainverb2nd conjugationGCSE
terga vertoretreatverbphrasenon-GCSE
tergumtergi, n back, rearnoun2nd declension neuternon-GCSE
terraterrae, f ground, land, earthnoun1st declensionGCSE
terreoterrere, terrui, territus frightenverb2nd conjugationGCSE
terrorterroris, m terror, panicnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
timeotimere, timui fear, be afraidverb2nd conjugationGCSE
timortimoris, m fear, anxietynoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
tollotollere, sustuli, sublatus raise, lift up, remove, destroyverb3rd conjugationGCSE
totso manyadjectiveindeclinableGCSE
totustota, totum the whole, entire, alladjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
tradotradere, tradidi, traditus hand over, entrust, hand down, surrenderverb3rd conjugationGCSE
trahotrahere, traxi, tractus pull, drag, drawverb3rd conjugationGCSE
trans(+ accusative)across, overpreposition(+ accusative)GCSE
trististristesad, gloomy, grimadjective3rd declension patternGCSE
tutuiyou (singular)pronounGCSE
tumthen, nextadverbGCSE
tumultustumultus, m uproar, disturbance, civil warnoun4th declension m./f.non-GCSE
turbaturbae, f crowd, mob, disturbance, multitudenoun1st declensionGCSE
tutustuta, tutum safeadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
tuustua, tuum your (singular)pronounGCSE
ubiwhere?interrogativeGCSE
ubiwhere, whenadverbGCSE
ubiqueeverywhereadverbnon-GCSE
ullusulla, ullum anyadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
ultimusultima, ultimum furthest, last, utmostadjective2-1-2 patternnon-GCSE
umquameveradverbGCSE
unatogetheradverbnon-GCSE
undaundae, f wavenoun1st declensionnon-GCSE
undefrom where, whenceadverb
undefrom where?, whence?interrogativeGCSE
undiquefrom all sides, on all sidesadverbnon-GCSE
urbsurbis, f city, town, Romenoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
usqueall the way, right up to, continuouslyadverbnon-GCSE
usui est(+ dative)it is usefulverbphrasenon-GCSE
usususus, m use, experience, practicenoun4th declension m./f.non-GCSE
ut(+ subjunctive)that, so that, toconjunctionGCSE
ut(+ indicative)as, where, when, howconjunctionGCSE
uter?utra, utrum which (of two)?pronounnon-GCSE
uterqueutraque, utrumque each (of two), bothpronounnon-GCSE
utoruti, usus sum + ablative (3)use, enjoyverbdeponentnon-GCSE
utrumwhetheradverbnon-GCSE
uxoruxoris, f wifenoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
valeovalere, valui be strong, have influenceverb2nd conjugationnon-GCSE
validusvalida, validum strong, powerfuladjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
ve (suffix)orconjunctionnon-GCSE
vehementerviolently, loudly, stronglyadverbGCSE
vehovehere, vexi, vectus carry, bear, conveyverb3rd conjugationnon-GCSE
velor, eitherconjunctionnon-GCSE
velutjust as, like, as, as ifadverbnon-GCSE
veniovenire, veni comeverb4th conjugationGCSE
ventusventi, m windnoun2nd declension masculinenon-GCSE
verbumverbi, n wordnoun2nd declension neuterGCSE
vereorvereri, veritus sum (2)fear, be afraidverbdeponentnon-GCSE
veroindeed, in fact, howeveradverbnon-GCSE
vertovertere, verti, versus turnverb3rd conjugationGCSE
verusvera, verum true, realadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
vespervesperis, m eveningnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
vespervesperi, m eveningnoun2nd declension masculinenon-GCSE
vestervestra, vestrum your (pl)pronounGCSE
vestisvestis, f clothesnoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
vetovetare, vetui, vetitus forbid, order notverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
vetusveterisoldadjective3rd declension patternnon-GCSE
viaviae, f street, road, way, pathnoun1st declensionGCSE
victorvictoris, m victor, conquerornoun3rd declension m./f.non-GCSE
victoriavictoriae, f victorynoun1st declensionGCSE
videovidere, vidi, visus seeverb2nd conjugationGCSE
videorvideri, visus sum (2)seem, appear, be seenverbdeponentGCSE
villavillae, f country-house, estate, farmnoun1st declensionGCSE
vincovincere, vici, victus conquer, defeat, win, be victoriousverb3rd conjugationGCSE
virviri, m man, husbandnoun2nd declension masculineGCSE
virtusvirtutis, f courage, virtuenoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
vispl vires, f force, violence; (pl) strength, forcesnounirregularnon-GCSE
vitavitae, f lifenoun1st declensionGCSE
vitovitare, vitavi, vitatus avoidverb1st conjugationnon-GCSE
vivovivere, vixi live, be alive, (+ ablative) live onverb3rd conjugationGCSE
vivusviva, vivum alive, livingadjective2-1-2 patternGCSE
vixhardly, scarcely, with difficultyadverbnon-GCSE
vocovocare, vocavi, vocatus call, summon, invite, nameverb1st conjugationGCSE
volovelle, volui want, wish, be willing, intendverbirregularGCSE
vosvestrum / vestriyou (plural)pronounGCSE
voxvocis, f voice, shout, wordnoun3rd declension m./f.GCSE
vulnerovulnerare, vulneravi, vulneratus wound, injureverb1st conjugationGCSE
vulnusvulneris, n wound, injurynoun3rd declension neuterGCSE
vultusvultus, m face, expressionnoun4th declension m./f.GCSE