AS Latin Language (H043 from 2016) – Vocabulary List


LatinInfoEnglishTypeSub-typeSource
a, ab (+ ablative)from, bypreposition1. OCR GCSE
abdoabdere, abdidi, abditumhideverb3rd conjugationExtra
abhincagoadverbExtra
absensabsentisabsentadjective3rd patternExtra
abstineoabstinere, abstinui, abstentumkeep away from, abstainverb2nd conjugationExtra
absumabesse, afui be absent, be away, be distantverbirregular1. OCR GCSE
ac, atqueandconjunction1. OCR GCSE
accedoaccedere, accessi, accessumgo near, approachverb3rd conjugationExtra
accidoaccidere, accidi happenverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
accipioaccipere, accepi, acceptumaccept, take in, receive, welcomeverb5th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
accusatioaccuasationis, f.accusationnoun3rd declensionExtra
accusatoraccusatoris, m.accuser, prosecutornoun3rd declensionExtra
accusoaccusare, accusavi, accusatumaccuse, prosecuteverb1st conjugationExtra
aceracris, acre keen, sharp, fierceadjective3rd pattern2. OCR AS
acerbusacerba, acerbumbitter, harsh, severeadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
aciesaciei, f.line, battle line, armynoun5th declension2. OCR AS
acuoacuere, acui, acutumsharpen, spur onverb3rd conjugationExtra
acutusacuta, acutum sharp, pointed, shrill,keenadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
ad(+ accusative)to, towards, at, about, nearpreposition1. OCR GCSE
addoaddere, addidi, additumadd, joinverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
adeoso much, so greatly, to such an extentadverb1. OCR GCSE
adhibeoadhibere, adhibui, adhibitumapply, make use of, summonverb2nd conjugationExtra
adhuctill now, stilladverb2. OCR AS
adimoadimere, ademi, ademptumtake away, removeverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
adipiscoradipisci, adeptus sumobtain, reachverb deponent3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
aditusaditus, m.approach, entrancenoun4th declensionExtra
adiuvoadiuvare, adiuvi, adiutumhelpverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
administroadministrare, administravi, administratummanageverb1st conjugationExtra
admiratioadmirationis, f.admiration, surprisenoun3rd declensionExtra
admiroradmirari, admiratus sumwonder at, admireverb deponent1st conjugationExtra
admittoadmittere, admisi, admissumadmit, allowverb3rd conjugationExtra
admoneoadmonere, admonui, admonitumwarn, advise, remindverb2nd conjugationExtra
adorioradoriri, adortus sumattack, address, rise upverb deponent4th conjugationExtra
adsumadesse, adfui be here, be present, be nearverbirregular1. OCR GCSE
adulescensadulescentis, m.young mannoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
adulescentiaadulescentiae, f.youth, adolescencenoun1st declensionExtra
adulescentulusadulescenti, m.young mannoun2nd declensionExtra
advenioadvenire, adveni, adventumarriveverb4th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
adventusadventus, m.arrivalnoun4th declensionExtra
adversariusadversaria, adversariumopposed to, opponent, enemyadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
adversus(+ accusative)against, towards, in front ofpreposition2. OCR AS
adversusagainst, oppositeadverb2. OCR AS
aedesaedis, f.temple; house (usu plural)noun3rd declensionExtra
aedificiumaedificii, nbuildingnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
aedificoaedificare, aedificavi, aedificatumbuildverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
aegeraegra, aegrumsick, ill, troubledadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
aegrehardly, with difficulty, painfullyadverbExtra
aeneusaenea, aeneummade of bronzeadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
aequalisaequaleequal, level, even, contemporaryadjective3rd patternExtra
aequitasaequitatis, f.calmness, evenness, uniformity, fairnessnoun3rd declensionExtra
aequoaequare, aequavi, aequatumequalise, make level, compare,verb1st conjugationExtra
aequoraequoris, n.level surface, plain; seanoun3rd declensionExtra
aequusaequa, aequum equal, fair, favourable, calmadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
aeraeris, m.airnoun3rd declensionExtra
aesaeris, n.bronze; moneynoun3rd declensionExtra
aes alienumaeris alieni, n.debtnoun2nd declensionExtra
aestasaestatis, f.summernoun3rd declensionExtra
aestimoaestimare, aestimavi, aestimatumvalue, estimate, assessverb1st conjugationExtra
aestusaestus, m.boiling, heat; surging sea; passionnoun4th declensionExtra
aetasaetatis, f.age, life-timenoun3rd declensionExtra
aetheraetheris, m.air, skynoun3rd declensionExtra
aevumaevi, n.age, period of time; life-time; eternitynoun2nd declensionExtra
afferoafferre, attuli, allatumbring to, reportverbirregularExtra
afficioafficere, affeci, affectumaffect, influenceverb3rd conjugationExtra
affirmoaffirmare, affirmavi, affirmatumconfirm, declareverb1st conjugationExtra
affligoaffligere, afflixi, afflictumthrow down, weakenverb3rd conjugationExtra
ageragri, m.field, land, territorynoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
aggredioraggredi, aggressus sumattack, approachverb deponent3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
agitoagitare, agitavi, agitatumput in motion, spur on, disturbverb1st conjugationExtra
agmenagminis, n.column of men, armynoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
agnoscoagnoscere, agnovi, agnitumrecognise, realiseverb3rd conjugationExtra
agnusagni, m.lambnoun2nd declensionExtra
agoagere, egi, actumdo, act, driveverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
agrestisagresterustic, of the countrysideadjective3rd patternExtra
agricolaagricolae, m.farmernoun1st declensionExtra
aitaiunt (pl)he/she saysverbirregularExtra
alaalae, f.wingnoun1st declensionExtra
alaceralacris, alacrelively, brisk, spirited, cheerfuladjective3rd patternExtra
albusalba, albumwhiteadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
alesalitis, m./f.birdnoun3rd declensionExtra
alienusaliena, alienumbelonging to another, foreign, strangeadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
alii...aliisome ... otherspronoun1. OCR GCSE
aliquisaliquidsomeone, something, anyone, anythingpronoun2. OCR AS
aliusalia, aliud other, one, another, elsepronoun1. OCR GCSE
aloalere, alui, alitum/altumfeed, nourish, rear, nurtureverb3rd conjugationExtra
alteraltera, alterum the other, one (of two), another, a secondpronoun1. OCR GCSE
altusalta, altum high, deepadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
ambitioambitionis, f.ambition, flattery, canvassing (for votes)noun3rd declensionExtra
ambitusambitus, m.bribery, circuitnoun4th declensionExtra
amboambae, ambobothadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
ambuloambulare, ambulavi, ambulatumwalkverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
amensamentisout of one's mind, mad, franticadjective3rd patternExtra
amentiaamentiae, f.madness, follynoun1st declensionExtra
amicaamicae, f.girl-friend, female friendnoun1st declension2. OCR AS
amicitiaamicitiae, f.friendship (esp. political)noun1st declensionExtra
amicusamici, m.friendnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
amittoamittere, amisi, amissumloseverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
amnisamnis, m.stream, rivernoun3rd declensionExtra
amoamare, amavi, amatumlove, likeverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
amoenusamoena, amoenumpleasant, charmingadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
amoramoris, m.lovenoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
amplexusamplexus, m.embracenoun4th declensionExtra
amplitudoamplitudinis, f.width, size, importancenoun3rd declensionExtra
amplusampla, amplumlarge, spacious, splendidadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
anorconjunction2. OCR AS
ancepsancipitistwofold, uncertain, doubtfuladjective3rd patternExtra
ancillaancillae, f.slave-girl, slave-womannoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
ancoraancorae, f.anchornoun1st declensionExtra
anguisanguis, m./f.snakenoun3rd declensionExtra
angustiaeangustiarum, f.straitsnoun1st declensionExtra
angustusangusta, angustum narrow, confinedadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
animaanimae, f.soul, spirit, breath, lifenoun1st declensionExtra
animadvertoanimadvertere, animadverti, animadversumnotice, observeverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
animusanimi, m.spirit, soul, mind, couragenoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
annusanni, m.yearnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
ante(+ accusative)before, in front ofpreposition1. OCR GCSE
anteabefore, previouslyadverb1. OCR GCSE
antequambeforeconjunction2. OCR AS
antiquusantiqua, antiquumancient, previousadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
antrumantri, n.cavenoun2nd declensionExtra
anulusanuli, m.ringnoun2nd declensionExtra
aperioaperire, aperui, apertumopen, reveal, discloseverb4th conjugation2. OCR AS
appareoapparere, apparui appearverb2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
appelloappellare, appellavi, appellatumname, addressverb1st conjugationExtra
appetoappetere, appetivi, appetitummake for, try reach, crave forverb3rd conjugationExtra
appropinquoappropinquare, appropinquavi (+ dative)approach, come near toverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
apricusaprica, apricumsunny, warmadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
aptoaptare, aptavi, aptatumfit, adjustverb1st conjugationExtra
aptusapta, aptumfitting, suitable, appropriateadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
apud(+ accusative)among, at the house of, according to, in the opinion ofpreposition1. OCR GCSE
aquaaquae, f.waternoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
aquilaaquilae, f.eagle, standardnoun1st declension2. OCR AS
aquiloaquilonis, m.the north windnoun3rd declensionExtra
araarae, f.altarnoun1st declension2. OCR AS
arbitrorarbitrari, arbitratus sumto decide, to concludeverb deponent1st conjugationExtra
arborarboris , f.treenoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
arceoarcere, arcui, arcitumto keep offverb2nd conjugationExtra
arcessoarcessere, arcessivi, arcessitumsummon, send forverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
arcusarcus, m.bow, archnoun4th declensionExtra
ardeoardere, arsi, arsumto burn, to be on fire, to be eagerverb2nd conjugationExtra
arduusardua, arduumlofty, steep; difficultadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
arenaarenae, f.sand, arena, amphitheatrenoun1st declensionExtra
argentumargenti, n.silver, moneynoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
arguoarguere, argui, argutumdeclare, prove, accuseverb3rd conjugationExtra
aridusarida, aridumdry, parchedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
armaarmorum, n.pl arms, weapons, armournoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
armatusarmata, armatumarmedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
armentumarmenti, n.herd of cattlenoun2nd declensionExtra
aroarare, aravi, aratumploughverb1st conjugationExtra
arripioarripere, arripui, arreptumsnatch, seizeverb3rd conjugationExtra
arsartis , f.art, skillnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
artifexartificis, m.skilful, ingenious; craftsman, artistnoun3rd declensionExtra
artificiumartificii, n.workmanship, work of art, dexteritynoun2nd declensionExtra
artusartus, m.limbnoun4th declensionExtra
arvumarvi, n.field, land (oft pl)noun2nd declensionExtra
arxarcis, f.citadelnoun3rd declensionExtra
ascendoascendere, ascendi, ascensumclimb, go upverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
asperaspera, asperumrough, uneven, harsh, savageadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
aspicioaspicere, aspexi, aspectumlook at, inspectverb3rd conjugationExtra
asportoasportare, asportavi, asportatumcarry away, removeverb1st conjugationExtra
assequorassequi, assecutus sumto follow after, to overtake, to gain, to comprehendverb deponent3rd conjugationExtra
assiduusassidua, assiduumincessant, persistent, continually presentadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
astrumastri, n.star, constellationnoun2nd declensionExtra
atbutconjunction2. OCR AS
ateratra, atrumblack, darkadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
atqueandconjunctionExtra
atriumatrii, n.hallnoun2nd declensionExtra
atroxatrocishorrible, fierce, savageadjective3rd patternExtra
attingoattingere, attigi, attactumtouch, reach, concernverb3rd conjugationExtra
attonitusattonita, attonitum astonished, thunder-struckadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
auctorauctoris, m./f.originator, giver; author; guarantornoun3rd declensionExtra
auctoritasauctoritatis, f.influence, prestige, authority, responsibilitynoun3rd declensionExtra
audaciaaudaciae, f.boldness, daring, audacitynoun1st declensionExtra
audaxaudacisbold, daringadjective3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
audeoaudere, ausumsum dareverbsemi-deponent1. OCR GCSE
audioaudire, audivi, auditumhear, listen toverb4th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
auferoauferre, abstuli, ablatumtake away, carry off, stealverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
augeoaugere, auxi, auctumincrease, exaggerateverb2nd conjugation2. OCR AS
auraaurae, f.breeze, airnoun1st declensionExtra
aureusaurea, aureumgolden, of goldadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
aurisauris, f.earnoun3rd declensionExtra
auroraaurorae, f.dawnnoun1st declensionExtra
aurumauri, n.goldnoun2nd declensionExtra
austeraustri, m.the south windnoun2nd declensionExtra
autor, eitherconjunction2. OCR AS
autembut, howeverconjunction1. OCR GCSE
auxiliumauxilii, n.help; (pl ) (auxiliary) troopsnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
avaritiaavaratiae, f.greednoun1st declensionExtra
avertoavertere, averti, aversumturn aside, avert, divertverb3rd conjugationExtra
avidusavida, avidumgreedy, desirous, eageradjective2-1-2 patternExtra
avusavi, m.grandfather, ancestornoun2nd declensionExtra
axisaxis, m.axis, axle, chariot; sky, heavennoun3rd declensionExtra
balneumbalnei, n.bathnoun2nd declensionExtra
barbarusbarbara, barbarumforeign, strangeadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
barbarusbarbari, m.barbarian, foreignernoun2nd declensionExtra
beatusbeata, beatumhappyadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
bellobellare, bellavi, bellatumwage warverb1st conjugationExtra
bellumbelli, n.warnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
bellum inferre(+ dative)make war onverbphrase2. OCR AS
bellusbella, bellumbeautiful, handsome, prettyadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
benewelladverb1. OCR GCSE
beneficiumbeneficii, n.kindness, service, favournoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
benevolentiabenevolentiae, f.good-will, kindnessnoun1st declensionExtra
bibobibere, bibi, bibitumdrinkverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
bistwiceadverb2. OCR AS
blandusblanda, blandumcoaxing, flattering, charmingadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
bonabonorum, n.pl goods, possessions, propertynoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
bonusbona, bonum goodadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
boreasboreae, m.(god of) the north windnoun1st declensionExtra
bosbovis, m./f.ox, bull; cow; pl cattlenoun3rd declensionExtra
bracchiumbracchii, n.armnoun2nd declensionExtra
brevisbreveshort, briefadjective3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
cadocadere, cecidi, casumfall, perishverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
caecuscaeca, caecumblind, hiddenadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
caedescaedis , f.slaughter, killing, murdernoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
caedocaedere, cecidi, caesumcut, slaughter, murderverb3rd conjugationExtra
caelestiscaelesteheavenly, divineadjective3rd patternExtra
caelumcaeli, n.sky, heavennoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
caeruleuscaerulea, caeruleumdark blue, dark colouredadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
calamitascalamatis, f.damage, loss, disasternoun3rd declensionExtra
calamitosuscalamitosa, calamitosumdisastrous, destructiveadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
caliduscalida, calidumhot; eager, fierceadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
calliduscallida, callidusskilful, crafty, carefuladjective2-1-2 patternExtra
campuscampi, m.plain, fieldnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
candenscandentiswhite, shiningadjective3rd patternExtra
candidatuscandidati, m.candidatenoun2nd declensionExtra
candiduscandida, candidumwhiteadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
caniscanis , m./f.dognoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
canocanere, cecini, cantumsing, sound, play (of trumpets etc.)verb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
cantocantare, cantavi, cantatumsing, playverb1st conjugationExtra
canuscana, canumgrey- haired; whiteadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
capilluscapilli, m.hairnoun2nd declensionExtra
capiocapere, cepi, captum (in compounds -cipio)take, catch, captureverb5th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
captivuscaptivi, m.captive, prisonernoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
caputcapitis, n.head, person, life, capitalnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
carcercarceris, m.prisonnoun3rd declensionExtra
careocarere, carui, caritum (+ abl)lack, be without, missverb2nd conjugationExtra
carinacarinae, f.keel; boat, shipnoun1st declensionExtra
carmencarminis, n.song, poem, prophecynoun3rd declensionExtra
carpocarpere, carpsi, carptumpluck, seizeverb3rd conjugationExtra
caruscara, carum dearadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
casacasae, f.cottage, hutnoun1st declensionExtra
castracastrorum, n.pl campnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
castuscasta, castumpure, chaste, virtuousadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
casuscasus, m.fall, accident, chance, misfortunenoun4th declensionExtra
causacausae, f.cause, reason, casenoun1st declension2. OCR AS
causa + genfor the sake ofpreposition2. OCR AS
caveocavere, cavi, cautumbeware (of), take careverb2nd conjugation2. OCR AS
cavuscava, cavumhollowadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
cedocedere, cessi, cessumyield, give up; (in compounds) goverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
celebercelebris, celebrecrowded, frequented, famousadjective3rd patternExtra
celebrocelebrare, celebravi, celebratum frequent, celebrate, attend, fill, go in great numbersverb1st conjugationExtra
celerceleris, celere quickadjective3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
celocelare, celavi, celatumhide, concealverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
celsuscelsa, celsumhigh, loftyadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
cenacenae, f.dinner, mealnoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
cenocenare, cenavi, cenatumdineverb1st conjugationExtra
censeocensere, censui, censumto count, reckon, estimate, thinkverb2nd conjugationExtra
centuriocenturionis , m.centurionnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
cernocernere, crevi, cretumsee, perceive, decreeverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
certamencertaminis, n.contest, battle, strugglenoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
certiorem facereinformverbphrase2. OCR AS
certocertare, certavi, certatumdecide by contest, contend, competeverb1st conjugationExtra
certuscerta, certum certain, sure, fixedadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
cervixcervicis, f.necknoun3rd declensionExtra
cervuscervi, m.stag, deernoun2nd declensionExtra
cessocessare, cessavi, cessatumdelay, waste (time); ceaseverb1st conjugationExtra
cetericeterae, cetera the rest, the otheradjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
cibuscibi, m.foodnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
cieociere, civi, citumstir up, exciteverb2nd conjugationExtra
cingocingere, cinxi, cinctumsurround, enclose, girdverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
ciniscineris, m./f.ashnoun3rd declensionExtra
circiter(+ accusative)about, nearprepositionExtra
circum, circa (+ accusative)around, aboutpreposition2. OCR AS
circumdocircumdare, circumdedi, circumdatumset round, encircle, surroundverb3rd conjugationExtra
citeriorciteriuson this side, neareradjective3rd patternExtra
citharacitharae, f.lyrenoun1st declensionExtra
citocitare, citavi, citatumput inswift motion, hurry, excite, summonverb1st conjugationExtra
citoquicklyadverbExtra
citra(+ accusative)on this side, short ofprepositionExtra
cituscita, citumquick, swift, rapidadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
civiliscivilecivic, civil, courteous,adjective3rd patternExtra
civiscivis , m./f.citizennoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
civitascivitatis , f.citizenship, state, city, tribenoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
cladescladis , f.disaster, loss, defeatnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
clamsecretlyadverb2. OCR AS
clamoclamare, clamavi, clamatumshout, exclaim, proclaimverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
clamorclamoris , m.shout, uproar, noisenoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
clarusclara, clarum clear, famous, distinguishedadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
classisclassis, f.fleetnoun3rd declensionExtra
claudoclaudere, clausi, clausumcloseverb3rd conjugationExtra
cliensclientis, m.clientnoun3rd declensionExtra
clivusclivi, m.slope, hillnoun2nd declensionExtra
coepicoepisse, coeptumbeganverbirregular1. OCR GCSE
coerceocoercere, coercui, coercitumto enclose, to confine, to restrainverb2nd conjugationExtra
cogitocogitare, cogitavi, cogitatumthink, considerverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
cognoscocognoscere, cognovi, cognitumget to know, find out, learnverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
cogocogere, coegi, coactumforce, compel, drive, assembleverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
cohorscohortis , f.cohort, companynoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
collegacollegae, m.colleague, associatenoun1st declensionExtra
colligocolligere, collegi, collectumpick up, gather, collectverb3rd conjugationExtra
colliscollis, f.hillnoun3rd declensionExtra
collococollocare, collocavi, collocatumstation, arrange, establish, place togetherverb1st conjugationExtra
collumcolli, n.necknoun2nd declensionExtra
colocolere, colui, cultumcultivate, worship, honourverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
colorcoloris, m.colour, complexionnoun3rd declensionExtra
comacomae, f.hair, foliagenoun1st declensionExtra
comescomitis , m./f.comrade, companionnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
commemorocommemorare, commemoravi, commemoratummention, recount, recallverb1st conjugationExtra
commendocommendare, commendavi, commendatumentrust, recommendverb1st conjugationExtra
committocommittere, commisi, commissumcommit, fight, begin (battle)verb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
commoduscommoda, commodumsuitable, convenient, agreeableadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
commoveocommovere, commovi, commotusto set in motion, to agitateverb2nd conjugationExtra
communicocommunicare, communicavi, communicatumshare, communicate withverb1st conjugationExtra
communiscommunecommon, sharedadjective3rd patternExtra
comparocomparare, comparavi, comparatumprepare, provide, obtain, compareverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
comperiocomperire, comperi, compertumto find out, to ascertainverb4th conjugationExtra
complectorcomplecti, complexus sumembrace, comprehendverb deponent3rd conjugationExtra
compleocomplere, complevi, completusto fill, to completeverb2nd conjugationExtra
complures (pl.)complureseveraladjective3rd patternExtra
componocomponere, composui, composituscompose, place together, settle, arrangeverb3rd conjugationExtra
comprehendocomprehendere, comprehendi, comprehensusgrasp, seize, comprehend, includeverb3rd conjugationExtra
concedoconcedere, concessi, concessusyield, submitverb3rd conjugationExtra
concidoconcidere, concici, concisusfall, collapse, perishverb3rd conjugationExtra
concilioconciliare, conciliavi, conciliatusunite, win over, bring togetherverb1st conjugationExtra
conciliumconcilii, n.meeting, assembly, councilnoun2nd declensionExtra
concitoconcitare, concitavi, concitatusput in quick motion, stir up, excite, urgeverb1st conjugationExtra
concursusconcursus, m.running together, assembly, collision, onset, rush, chargenoun4th declensionExtra
condemnocondemnare, condemnavi, condemnatuscondemnverb1st conjugationExtra
condiciocondicionis, f.condition, agreement, arrangement, ranknoun3rd declensionExtra
condocondere, condidi, conditumfound, establish, hideverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
conferoconferre, contuli, conlatumcollect, compare, contribute, bestowverbirregular2. OCR AS
conficioconficere, confeci, confectumcomplete, wear outverb5th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
confidoconfidere, confisumsum (+ dative) trust, believe, have confidence (in)verbsemi-deponent2. OCR AS
confirmoconfirmare, confirmavi, confirmatusreinforce, confirmverb1st conjugationExtra
confiteorconfiteri, confessus sumto admit, to confessverb deponent2nd conjugationExtra
confugioconfugere, confugiflee for refugeverb3rd conjugationExtra
conicioconicere, conieci, coniectushurl, throw togetherverb3rd conjugationExtra
coniunxconiugis , m./f.husband, wife, spousenoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
coniuratioconiurationis, f.conspiracy, plotnoun3rd declensionExtra
coniuroconiurare, coniuravi, coniuratusswear, conspireverb1st conjugationExtra
conorconari, conatus sumtryverb deponent1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
conquiroconquirere, conquisivi, conquisitusseek out, search thoroughly forverb3rd conjugationExtra
conscientiaconscientae, f.knowledge,noun1st declensionExtra
consciusconscia, consiumsharing in knowledge, partner, accompliceadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
consecroconscrare, consecravi, consecratusdedicate, consecrateverb1st conjugationExtra
consentioconsentire, consensi, consensusto agree, to conspireverb4th conjugationExtra
consequorconsequi, consecutus sumto follow closely, to overtakeverb deponent3rd conjugationExtra
conseroconsere, conserui, conseritusfasten together, connect, engageverb3rd conjugationExtra
conservoconservare, conservavi, conservatusguard closely, keep from harmverb1st conjugationExtra
consideoconsidere, consedi, consessussit down, settle down, establish oneselfverb3rd conjugationExtra
consiliumconsilii, n.council, plan, advice, prudencenoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
consistoconsistere, constiti, constitumhalt, stand, stand firmverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
conspectusconspectus, m.sight, viewnoun4th declensionExtra
conspicioconspicere, conspexi, conspectusnotice, observe, seeverb5th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
conspicuusconspicua, conspicuumvisible, remarkable, distinguishedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
constatconstare, constititit is established, it is well-knownverbimpersonalExtra
constituoconstituere, constitui, constitutumdecide, establishverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
consuescoconsuescere, consuevi, consuetusbecome accustomedverb3rd conjugationExtra
consuetudoconsuetudinis, f.custom, habitnoun3rd declensionExtra
consuetusconsueta, consuetumusual, accustomedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
consulconsulis , m.consulnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
consularisconsulareof consular rankadjective3rd patternExtra
consulatusconsulatus, m.consulshipnoun4th declensionExtra
consuloconsulere, consului, consultumconsult, consider, adviseverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
consultumconsulti, n.decree, decision, resolutionnoun2nd declensionExtra
consumoconsumere, consumpsi, consumptumeat, consume, spendverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
contemnocontemnere, contempsi, contemptumscorn, despiseverb3rd conjugationExtra
contendocontendere, contendi, contentumhurry, march, contend, fightverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
contentiocontentionis, f.struggle, dispute, exertion, effortnoun3rd declensionExtra
contentuscontenta, contentumcontented, satisfiedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
contineocontinere, continui, contentumto hold together, to bind, to containverb2nd conjugationExtra
contingocontingere, contigi, contactumtouch, affect, happenverb3rd conjugationExtra
continuuscontinua, continuumunbroken, continuousadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
contiocontionis, f.meeting, speechnoun3rd declensionExtra
contra(+ accusative)againstpreposition1. OCR GCSE
contumeliacontumeliae, f.insult, abusenoun1st declensionExtra
convenioconvenire, conveni, conventumto come together, to assembleverb4th conjugationExtra
conventusconventus, m.assembly, gatheringnoun4th declensionExtra
convertoconvertere, converti, conversumturn completely, transformverb3rd conjugationExtra
conviviumconvivii, n.feast, banquetnoun2nd declensionExtra
convococonvocare, convocavi, convocatumcall togetherverb1st conjugationExtra
copiaecopiarum, f.troops, forces, suppliesnoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
corcordis, n.heartnoun3rd declensionExtra
cornucornus, n.horn, trumpet, wing of an armynoun3rd declensionExtra
coronacoronae, f.wreath, garland, crownnoun1st declensionExtra
corpuscorporis, n.bodynoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
corripiocorripere, corripui, correptumseize, carry offverb5th conjugation2. OCR AS
corrumpocorrumpere, corrupi, corruptumburst, destroy, ruin, corruptverb3rd conjugationExtra
cotidianuscotidiana, cotidianumdailyadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
cotidieevery day, dailyadverb2. OCR AS
crastomorrowadverb1. OCR GCSE
crastinuscrastina, crastinumof tomorrowadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
crebercrebra, crebrumfrequent, crowdedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
credocredere, credidi, creditum (+ dative) believe, trust, entrustverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
creocreare, creavi, creatumcreate, make, give birth toverb1st conjugationExtra
crescocrescere, crevi, cretumincrease, grow, ariseverb3rd conjugationExtra
crimencriminis, n.accusation, charge, crimenoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
criniscrinis, m.hairnoun3rd declensionExtra
crudeliscrudelecrueladjective3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
cruentuscruenta, cruentumbloody, blood- stained; crueladjective2-1-2 patternExtra
cruorcruoris, m.blood, gorenoun3rd declensionExtra
cruscruris, n.legnoun3rd declensionExtra
cubiculumcubiculi, n.bedroomnoun2nd declensionExtra
cubilecubilis, n.bednoun3rd declensionExtra
culpaculpae, f.fault, blamenoun1st declension2. OCR AS
culpoculpare, culpavi, culpatumblameverb1st conjugationExtra
cultuscultus, m.worship, culture, dress, education, refinementnoun4th declensionExtra
cum(+ ablative)withpreposition1. OCR GCSE
cumwhen, since, althoughconjunction1. OCR GCSE
cunctorcunctari, cunctatus sumto linger, to hesitateverb deponent1st conjugationExtra
cunctuscuncta, cunctum all, wholeadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
cupiditascupiditatis, f.eagerness, desire, ambition, greednoun3rd declensionExtra
cupidocupidinis, f.desire, lust, longingnoun3rd declensionExtra
cupiduscupida, cupidum (+ genitive)eager (for), greedyadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
cupiocupere, cupivi, cupitumdesire, wish, wantverb5th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
cur?why?interrogative1. OCR GCSE
curacurae, f.care, charge, anxietynoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
curiacuriae, f.senate-housenoun1st declensionExtra
curocurare, curavi, curatumcare for, cure; with gerundive = get something doneverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
currocurrere, cucurri, cursumrunverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
curruscurrus, m.chariotnoun4th declensionExtra
cursuscursus, m.rapid movement, course, direction, speednoun4th declensionExtra
cuspiscuspidis, f.spear, javelinnoun3rd declensionExtra
custodiacustodiae, f.guard, watchnoun1st declensionExtra
custodiocustodire, custodivi, custoditumguardverb4th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
custoscustodis , m./f.guardnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
damnodamnare, damnavi, damnatumharm, damage, condemnverb1st conjugationExtra
damnumdamni, n.loss, damage, defectnoun2nd declensionExtra
de(+ ablative)about, from, down frompreposition1. OCR GCSE
deadeae, f.goddessnoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
debeodebere, debui, debitumowe, oughtverb2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
decernodecernere, decrevi, decretumdistinguish, judge, decideverb3rd conjugationExtra
decerpodecerpere, decerpsi, decerpsum pluckverb3rd conjugationExtra
decetdecere, decuitit is right, it is properverbimpersonalExtra
decipiodecipere, decepi, deceptumdeceiveverb5th conjugation2. OCR AS
declarodeclarare, declaravi, declaratumdeclare, revealverb1st conjugationExtra
decorusdecora, decorumproper, suitableadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
decusdecoris, n.honour, glory; beautynoun3rd declensionExtra
deditiodeditionis, f.surrendernoun3rd declensionExtra
dedodedere, dedidi, deditumgive up, surrender, yieldverb3rd conjugationExtra
defendodefendere, defendi, defensumdefendverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
defensiodefensionis, f.defending, defencenoun3rd declensionExtra
defensordefensoris, m.guardian, protectornoun3rd declensionExtra
deferodeferre, detuli, delatumto bring/carry down/off, to conveyverbirregularExtra
defessusdefessa, defessum tiredadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
deficiodeficere, defeci, defectumfail, grow weak, run shortverb3rd conjugationExtra
deinde, dein then, next, afterwardsadverb2. OCR AS
delectatiodelectationis, f.delight, pleasure, charmnoun3rd declensionExtra
delectodelectare, delectavi, delectatumdelight, amuse, charmverb1st conjugationExtra
deleodelere, delevi, deletumdestroyverb2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
deliciaedeliciarum, f.delights, pet, favouritenoun1st declensionExtra
deligodeligere, delegi, delectumchoose, gatherverb3rd conjugationExtra
demensdementismindless, insane, madadjective3rd patternExtra
demodemere, dempsi, demptumtake awayverb3rd conjugationExtra
demoliordemoliri, demolitus sumto pull down, to demolishverb deponent4th conjugationExtra
demonstrodemonstrare, demonstravi, demonstratumprove, demonstrate, point atverb1st conjugationExtra
demumat last, preciselyadverbExtra
deniqueat last, finally, in shortadverb2. OCR AS
descendodescendere, descendi, descensumdescend, come downverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
deserodeserere, deserui, desertumabandon, foresake, indicateverb3rd conjugationExtra
desideriumdesiderii, n.desire, wish, longingnoun2nd declensionExtra
desiderodesiderare, desideravi, desideratumwish for, desire, wantverb1st conjugationExtra
designodesignare, designavi, designatumpoint clearly to, elect, chooseverb1st conjugationExtra
desiliodesilire, desilui, desultumleap downverb4th conjugationExtra
desinodesinere, desii, desitumceaseverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
desistodesistere, destiti, destitumcome a standstill, ceaseverb3rd conjugationExtra
desperodesperare, desperavi, desperatumdespairverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
despiciodespicere, despexi, despectumlook down on, despiseverb3rd conjugationExtra
desumdeesse, defui + datto be wanting, to failverbirregularExtra
deterreodeterrere, deterrui, deterritumto deter, to frighten awayverb2nd conjugationExtra
detrimentumdetrimenti, n.loss, damage, defeatnoun2nd declensionExtra
deusdei, m.godnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
devorodevorare, devoravi, devoratumdevour, consumeverb1st conjugationExtra
dexterdextra, dextrum right, on the right, right handadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
dextradextrae, f.right hand, right sidenoun1st declension2. OCR AS
dicodicere, dixi, dictumsay, speak, tellverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
dictumdicti, n.saying, speech; pl wordsnoun2nd declensionExtra
diesdiei, m.daynoun5th declension1. OCR GCSE
differrodifferre, distuli, dilatumto spread, to scatter, to disperse, to delay, to differverbirregularExtra
difficilisdifficiledifficultadjective3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
digitusdigiti, m.fingernoun2nd declensionExtra
dignitasdignitatis , f.rank, dignity, importance, honournoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
dignusdigna, dignum (+ ablative)worthy (of), deserving (of)adjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
diligensdiligentiscareful, diligentadjective3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
diligodiligere, dilexi, dilectumloveverb3rd conjugationExtra
dimicodimicare, dimicavi, dimicatumfight, struggleverb1st conjugationExtra
dimidiumdimidii, n.halfnoun2nd declensionExtra
dimittodimittere, dimisi, dimissumdismiss, scatterverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
dirusdira, dirum dreadfuladjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
discedodiscedere, discessi, discessumdepart, leaveverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
disciplinadisciplinae, f.learning, discipline, training, custom, knowledgenoun1st declensionExtra
discodiscere, didici, discitumlearnverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
discrimendiscriminis, n.crisis, danger, risk, distinctionnoun3rd declensionExtra
disponodisponere, disposui, dispositumarrange, distributeverb3rd conjugationExtra
disputodisputare, disputavi, disputatumdiscuss, examineverb1st conjugationExtra
dissimilisdissimiledifferentadjective3rd pattern2. OCR AS
dissolvodissolvere, dissolvi, dissolutumbreak up, release, payverb3rd conjugationExtra
distribuodistribuere, distribui, distributumdistributeverb3rd conjugationExtra
diufor a long timeadverb1. OCR GCSE
diutinusdiutina, diutinumlong-lastingadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
diversusdiversa, diversumseparate, different, opposite, opposedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
divesdivitisrichadjective3rd pattern2. OCR AS
dividodividere, divisi, divisumdivide, distributeverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
divinusdivina, divinumdivine, prophetic, blessedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
divitiaedivitiarum, f.riches, wealthnoun1st declension2. OCR AS
divusdivi, m.godnoun2nd declensionExtra
dodare, dedi, datumgiveverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
doceodocere, docui, doctumteach, informverb2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
doleodolere, dolui, dolitumhurt, be in pain, lamentverb2nd conjugation2. OCR AS
dolordoloris , m.pain, sorrow, angernoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
dolusdoli, m.trick, fraudnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
domesticusdomestica, domesticumdomestic, of the houseadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
dominadominae, f.mistressnoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
dominusdomini, m.masternoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
domodomare, domui, domitumtame, subdueverb1st conjugationExtra
domusdomus , f.house, homenoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
donecuntil, while, so long asconjunctionExtra
donodonare, donavi, donatumpresent, giveverb1st conjugationExtra
donumdoni, n.gift, presentnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
dormiodormire, dormivi, dormitumsleepverb4th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
dubitodubitare, dubitavi, dubitatumdoubt, hesitateverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
dubiusdubia, dubium doubtful, wavering, uncertainadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
ducoducere, duxi, ductumlead, take, marry, considerverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
dulcisdulcesweet, delightfuladjective3rd patternExtra
dumwhile, until, provided thatconjunction1. OCR GCSE
durodurare, duravi, duratumlast, hardenverb1st conjugationExtra
durusdura, durum hard, harsh, roughadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
duxducis , m.leader, general, rulernoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
e, ex (+ ablative)from, out of; (in compounds) outpreposition1. OCR GCSE
edoedere, edidi, editumproduce, proclaim, give birth toverb3rd conjugationExtra
efferoefferre, extuli, elatumbring forth, carry out, divulgeverb3rd conjugationExtra
efficioefficere, effeci, effectumcarry out, accomplishverb5th conjugation2. OCR AS
effugioeffugere, effugi, effugitumescapeverb5th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
egeoegere, egui + gen or abl need, be in want of, lackverb2nd conjugation2. OCR AS
egomeiI, mepronoun1. OCR GCSE
egredioregredi, egressus sumgo out, come outverb deponent3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
egregiusegregia, egriumoutstanding, excellentadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
elephantuselephanti, m.elephantnoun2nd declensionExtra
eludoeludere, elusi, elusumoutplay, outmanoeuvre, mock, baffleverb3rd conjugationExtra
emoemere, emi, emptumbuyverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
enimforconjunction1. OCR GCSE
ensisensis, m.swordnoun3rd declensionExtra
eoire, i(v)I, itumgoverbirregular1. OCR GCSE
eothither, to thereadverb2. OCR AS
epistulaepistulae, f.letternoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
epulaeepularum, f.banquetnoun1st declensionExtra
epulorepulari, epulatus sumto be present at a banquet, to eatverb deponent1st conjugationExtra
equesequitis , m.knight, horseman, (pl) cavalrynoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
equesterequestris, equestreof a horseman, of cavalry, of the equestrian rankadjective3rd patternExtra
equitatusequitatus, m.cavalrynoun4th declensionExtra
equusequi, m.horsenoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
erga(+ accusative)towardspreposition2. OCR AS
ergothereforeadverb2. OCR AS
erigoerigere, erexi, erectumraise up, encourage, exciteverb3rd conjugationExtra
eripioeripere, eripui, ereptumsnatch away, take away by forceverb3rd conjugationExtra
erroerrare, erravi, erratumwander, make a mistakeverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
erudituserudita, eruditumlearned, educated, trainedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
erumpoerumpere, erupi, eruptumburst out, sally forthverb3rd conjugationExtra
eruptioeruptionis, f.a bursting forth, sallynoun3rd declensionExtra
eruseri, m.master, lordnoun2nd declensionExtra
etand, bothconjunction1. OCR GCSE
etiamalso, even, stilladverb1. OCR GCSE
etsialthoughconjunction2. OCR AS
euruseuri, m.the east (or south- east) windnoun2nd declensionExtra
evadoevadere, evasi, evasumgo/come out, escape, avoidverb3rd conjugationExtra
evenioevenire, eveni, eventumto come out, to happen, to turn outverb4th conjugationExtra
eventuseventus, m.result, event, accident, occurrence, issue, fortunenoun4th declensionExtra
ex(s)iliumex(s)ilii, n.exile, banishmentnoun2nd declensionExtra
exanimisexanimelifeless, deadadjective3rd patternExtra
excelsusexcelsa, excelsumlofty, high, elevatedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
excipioexcipere, excepi, exceptumreceive, take, welcomeverb5th conjugation2. OCR AS
excitoexcitare, excitavi, excitatumwake, rouse, exciteverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
excutioexcutere, excussi, excussumshake out, shake off, get rid of, banishverb3rd conjugationExtra
exemplumexempli, n.example, precedentnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
exerceoexercere, exercui, exercitumto train, to exerciseverb2nd conjugationExtra
exercitusexercitus, m.armynoun4th declension1. OCR GCSE
exhaurioexhaurire, exhausi, exhaustumto use up, to drain dry, to exhaustverb4th conjugationExtra
exiguusexigua, exiguumsmall, meagreadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
exiliumexilii, n.exilenoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
existimatioexistimationis, f.opinion, reputationnoun3rd declensionExtra
existimoexistimare, existimavi, existimatumvalue, estimate, judgeverb1st conjugationExtra
exitiumexitii, n.ruin, destructionnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
exitusexitus, m.departure, end, conclusion, resultnoun4th declensionExtra
expallescoexpallescere, expalluiturn very paleverb3rd conjugationExtra
expedioexpedire, expedivi, expeditumto free, to disentangle, to clearverb4th conjugationExtra
experiorexperiri, expertus sumto try, to testverb deponent4th conjugationExtra
expleoexplere, explevi, expletumto fill, to completeverb2nd conjugationExtra
exponoexponere, exposui, expositumset forth, displayverb3rd conjugationExtra
expugnoexpugnare, expugnavi, expugnatumstorm, take by forceverb1st conjugationExtra
exsanguisexsanguebloodless, pale, faintadjective3rd patternExtra
exsequorexsequi, exsecutus sumto follow upverb deponent3rd conjugationExtra
exsilioexsilire, exsiluispring out, leap upverb4th conjugationExtra
exsistoexsistere, exstiti, exstitumexist, appearverb3rd conjugationExtra
exspectoexspectare, exspectavi, exspectatumwait for, expectverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
exstinguoexstinguere, exstinxi, exstinctumput out, destroyverb3rd conjugationExtra
exterusextera, exterumon the outside, outside ofadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
extra(+ accusative)outside, beyondpreposition2. OCR AS
extraoutside, beyondadverb2. OCR AS
extremusextrema, extremumlast, farthest, extremeadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
fabulafabulae, f.story, playnoun1st declensionExtra
faciesfaciei, f.shape, appearance; facenoun5th declensionExtra
facilisfacileeasyadjective3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
facinusfacinoris, n.crime, outrage, deednoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
faciofacere, feci, factum (in compounds -ficio)make, doverb5th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
factumfacti, n.deednoun2nd declensionExtra
facultasfacultatis, f.deed, crimenoun3rd declensionExtra
fallaxfallacis deceitful, treacherous, deceptiveadjective3rd patternExtra
fallofallere, fefelli, falsumdeceive, cheatverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
falsusfalsa, falsumwrong, mistaken, fictitiousadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
famafamae, f.rumour, fame, glorynoun1st declension2. OCR AS
famesfamis, f.hungernoun3rd declensionExtra
familiafamiliae, f.family, householdnoun1st declension2. OCR AS
familiarisfamiliareof the household, intimate, familiaradjective3rd patternExtra
fanumfani, n.sanctuary, templenoun2nd declensionExtra
fasdivine law, right, obligationnounindeclinableExtra
fateorfateri, fassus sumconfess, acknowledgeverb deponent2nd conjugationExtra
fatigofatigare, fatigavi, fatigatumweary, exhaustverb1st conjugationExtra
fatumfati, n.fate, destiny; deathnoun2nd declensionExtra
faveofavere, favi, fautum (+ dat) favour, supportverb2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
faxfacis, f.torch, flame; fire of lovenoun3rd declensionExtra
felixfelicisfortunate, happy, prosperousadjective3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
feminafeminae, f.womannoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
feraferae, f.(wild) beastnoun1st declensionExtra
fere, fermenearly, aboutadverb2. OCR AS
ferioferire, feriistrike, hitverb4th conjugationExtra
feroferre, tuli, latumbear, carry, bring, sayverbirregular1. OCR GCSE
feroxferocisfierce, cruel, braveadjective3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
ferreusferrea, ferreumof iron, hardadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
ferrumferri, n.iron, swordnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
ferusfera, ferumwild, savage, crueladjective2-1-2 patternExtra
fessusfessa, fessumtiredadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
festinofestinare, festinavi, festinatumhurryverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
festusfesta, festumfestal, solemn, merryadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
fidelisfideletrustworthy, faithful, loyaladjective3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
fidesfidei, f.trust, faith, confidence, loyaltynoun5th declension2. OCR AS
fidofidere, fisus sum (+ dat or abl)trust, rely uponverbsemi-deponent2. OCR AS
fidusfida, fidumtrusty, faithful, loyaladjective2-1-2 patternExtra
figofigere, fixi, fixumfix, fastenverb3rd conjugationExtra
figurafigurae, f.shape, figure, form, imagenoun1st declensionExtra
filiafiliae, f.daughternoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
filiusfilii, m.sonnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
fingofingere, finxi, finctumshape, form, pretendverb3rd conjugationExtra
finisfinis , m.end, boundary, pl territorynoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
finitimusfinitima, finitimumneighbouring, bordering uponadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
fiofieri, factus sumbecome, be made, happenverbirregular2. OCR AS
firmofirmare, firmavi, firmatumstrengthen, confirm, encourageverb1st conjugationExtra
firmusfirma, firmumfirm, powerful, strongadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
flagitiumflagitii, n.crime, scandalnoun2nd declensionExtra
flagitoflagitare, flagitavi, flagitatumdemandverb1st conjugationExtra
flammaflammae, f.blaze, flame, passionnoun1st declension2. OCR AS
flavusflava, flavumyellow, goldenadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
flectoflectere, flexi, flexumturn, direct, bendverb3rd conjugationExtra
fleoflere, flevi, fletumweep, cry, mournverb2nd conjugationExtra
fletusfletus, m.weeping, tearsnoun4th declensionExtra
floreoflorere, floruito flower, to be prosperous, to be eminentverb2nd conjugationExtra
flosfloris, m.flower, bloom, glorynoun3rd declensionExtra
fluctusfluctus, m.wave, floodnoun4th declensionExtra
flumenfluminis, n.rivernoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
fluofluere, fluxi, fluxumflowverb3rd conjugationExtra
fluviusfluvii, m.river, streamnoun2nd declensionExtra
focusfoci, m.hearth, home, familynoun2nd declensionExtra
foedusfoeda, foedumfoul, horrible, disgustingadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
foedusfoederis, n.treaty, agreementnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
fonsfontis, m.spring, fountain, sourcenoun3rd declensionExtra
forfari, fatus sumsay, speakverb deponent1st conjugationExtra
foresforum, f.door (of house)noun3rd declensionExtra
forisout of doors, abroadadverbExtra
formaformae, f.form, shape; beautynoun1st declensionExtra
formosusformosa, formosumbeautiful, handsome, good-lookingadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
forsfortis, f.chance, luck, fortunenoun3rd declensionExtra
forsitanperhapsadverbExtra
fortasseperhapsadverb2. OCR AS
forteby chanceadverb1. OCR GCSE
fortisfortebrave, strong, boldadjective3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
fortunafortunae, f.fate, luck, fortune (good or bad)noun1st declension2. OCR AS
forumfori, n.forum, market placenoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
frangofrangere, fregi, fractumbreak, crushverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
fraterfratris , m.brothernoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
frausfraudis, f.trickery, fraud, harmnoun3rd declensionExtra
fremitusfremitus, m.roaring, dinnoun4th declensionExtra
fremofremere, fremui, fremitumroar, murmur, growlverb3rd conjugationExtra
frenafrenae, f.reins, bridle, restraintnoun1st declensionExtra
frequensfrequentis frequent, repeated, crowdedadjective3rd patternExtra
fretumfreti, n.strait, channel; seanoun2nd declensionExtra
fretusfreta, fretumrelying on (+ abl)adjective2-1-2 patternExtra
frigidusfrigida, frigidumcoldadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
frigusfrigoris, n.coldnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
fronsfrondis, f.foliage, leaves, leafy branchnoun3rd declensionExtra
fronsfrontis, f.forehead, brow; frontnoun3rd declensionExtra
fructusfructus, m.fruit, crops, profitnoun4th declensionExtra
frumentumfrumenti, n.corn, grainnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
fruorfrui, fructus sumenjoy (+ abl)verb deponent3rd conjugationExtra
frustrain vainadverb1. OCR GCSE
fugafugae, f.flight, escapenoun1st declension2. OCR AS
fugiofugere, fugitumflee, run away (from), avoidverb5th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
fugofugare, fugavi, fugatumput flight, chase awayverb1st conjugationExtra
fulgeofulgere, fulsiflash, gleam, shineverb2nd conjugationExtra
fulmenfulminis, n.lightning, thunderboltnoun3rd declensionExtra
fundofundere, fudi, fusumpour, shed, routverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
fundusfundi, m.farm, estatenoun2nd declensionExtra
fungorfungi, functus sumto perform (+ abl)verb deponent3rd conjugationExtra
funusfuneris, n.funeral, deathnoun3rd declensionExtra
furfuris, m./f.thiefnoun3rd declensionExtra
furofurere, furuirage, be mad; rushverb3rd conjugationExtra
furorfuroris , m.rage, fury, madness, passionnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
furtimsecretly, stealthilyadverbExtra
furtumfurti, n.theft, robberynoun2nd declensionExtra
gaudeogaudere, gavisus sum rejoiceverbsemi-deponent1. OCR GCSE
gaudiumgaudii, n.joy, delightnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
gelidusgelida, gelidumicy, cold, frozenadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
geminusgemina, geminumtwin, double; pl bothadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
gemitusgemitus, m.groan, sighnoun4th declensionExtra
gemmagemmae, f.jewel, gemnoun1st declensionExtra
gemogemere, gemui, gemitumgroan, lamentverb3rd conjugationExtra
genagenae, f.cheeknoun1st declensionExtra
genetrixgenetricis, f.mothernoun3rd declensionExtra
genitorgenitoris, m.fathernoun3rd declensionExtra
gensgentis , f.race, people, family, tribe, nationnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
genusgeneris, n.race, descent, birth, kindnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
gerogerere, gessi, gestumbear, wear, wage war, manageverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
gladiatorgladiatoris, m.gladiatornoun3rd declensionExtra
gladiusgladii, m.swordnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
gloriagloriae, f.glory, fame, renown, ambition,noun1st declensionExtra
gloriorgloriari, gloriatus sumto boastverb deponent1st conjugationExtra
gracilisgracilethin, slender; poor, meagreadjective3rd patternExtra
gradusgradus, m.step, pacenoun4th declensionExtra
gramengraminis, n.grassnoun3rd declensionExtra
grandisgrandelarge, great, powerfuladjective3rd patternExtra
gratiagratiae, f.favour, thanks, esteemnoun1st declension2. OCR AS
gratias ago(+ dative)thank, give thanksverbphrase2. OCR AS
gratiosusgratiosa, gratiosumpopularadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
gratulatiograulationis, f.rejoicing, congratulationnoun3rd declensionExtra
gratusgrata, gratumpleasing, welcome, gratefuladjective2-1-2 patternExtra
gravisgraveheavy, serious, painful, importantadjective3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
gravitasgravitatis, f.weight, influence, seriousness, dignity, importance, severitynoun3rd declensionExtra
grexgregis, m.flock, herdnoun3rd declensionExtra
gubernogubernare, gubernavi, gubernatumsteer, navigateverb1st conjugationExtra
gutturgutturis, n.throatnoun3rd declensionExtra
habeohabere, habui, habitumhave, hold, considerverb2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
habitohabitare, habitavi, habitatumlive, dwellverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
haereohaerere, haesi, haesumto stick, to cling, to hold fast, to be fixedverb2nd conjugationExtra
harenaharenae, f.sand; arena, amphitheatrenoun1st declensionExtra
hastahastae, f.spearnoun1st declension2. OCR AS
haudnotadverb2. OCR AS
herbaherbae, f.grass; herbnoun1st declensionExtra
hereditashereditatis, f.inheritancenoun3rd declensionExtra
heresheredis, m./f.heir, heiressnoun3rd declensionExtra
heriyesterdayadverb1. OCR GCSE
hesternushesterna, hesternumof yesterdayadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
heualas!interjectionExtra
hichaec, hoc thispronoun1. OCR GCSE
hichereadverb1. OCR GCSE
hiemshiemis , f.winter, stormnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
hincfrom here, hence, henceforthadverb2. OCR AS
hodietodayadverb1. OCR GCSE
hodiernushodierna, hodiernumof todayadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
homohominis , m.man, personnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
honestushonesta, honestumhonourable, well-bred, enjoyingadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
honorhonoris , m.honour, esteem, glorynoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
honoshonoris, m.respect, esteem, value, dignity, renownnoun3rd declensionExtra
horahorae, f.hournoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
horrendushorrenda, horrendumdreadful, terrible, awesomeadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
horreohorrere, horrui, horritumto shudder, to shrink fromverb2nd conjugationExtra
horridushorrida, horridumfrightening, rough, uncouth, wildadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
hortorhortari, hortatus sumurge, encourageverb deponent1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
hortushorti, m.gardennoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
hospeshospitis , m.guest, hostnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
hospitiumhospitii, n.hospitalitynoun2nd declensionExtra
hostiahostiae, f.sacrificial victimnoun1st declensionExtra
hostishostis , m.enemynoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
huchere, to this placeadverb2. OCR AS
humanushumana, humanumhuman, well-educated, culturedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
humilishumilehumble, low, meanadjective3rd patternExtra
humushumi, f.ground, earthnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
iaceoiacere, iacui, iacitumlie (down)verb2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
iacioiacere, ieci, iactum (in compounds -icio)throwverb5th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
iactoiactare, iactavi, iactatumthrow, hurl, castverb1st conjugationExtra
iamnow, alreadyadverb1. OCR GCSE
ianuaianuae, f.door, emtrancenoun1st declensionExtra
ibithere, thenadverb1. OCR GCSE
idemeadem, idem the samepronoun1. OCR GCSE
ideofor that reason, on that account, thereforeadverbExtra
idoneusidonea, idoneum suitable, convenientadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
igiturtherefore, and soadverb1. OCR GCSE
ignarusignara, ignarumignorant, unacquainted with, unawareadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
ignavusignava, ignavumcowardly, lazyadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
ignisignis , m.firenoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
ignoroignorare, ignoravi, ignoratumdo not know, be ignorant, misunderstandverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
ignoscoignoscere, ignovi, ignotum (+ dative)pardon, forgiveverb3rd conjugationExtra
ignotusignota, ignotumunknown, obscureadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
illeilla, illud that, he, she, itpronoun1. OCR GCSE
illicthereadverb2. OCR AS
illustrisillustrefamous, distinguished, clearadjective3rd patternExtra
imagoimaginis, f.image, likeness; echo; ghostnoun3rd declensionExtra
imberimbris, m.rain, showernoun3rd declensionExtra
imitorimitari, imitatus sumto imitate, to copyverb deponent1st conjugationExtra
immanisimmaneenormous, monstrousadjective3rd patternExtra
immineoimminere, imminui, imminitumto threaten, to hang oververb2nd conjugationExtra
immitisimmiterough, harsh, fierceadjective3rd patternExtra
immortalisimmortaleimmortaladjective3rd patternExtra
impedimentumimpedimenti, n.hindrance, baggagenoun2nd declensionExtra
impedioimpedire, impedivi, impeditumdelay, hinder, prevent, hamperverb4th conjugation2. OCR AS
impelloimpellere, impuli, impulsumset in motion, urge on, pushverb3rd conjugationExtra
imperatorimperatoris , m.general, emperor, leadernoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
imperitusimperita, imperitum inexperienced, unskilledadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
imperiumimperii, n.command, power, empirenoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
imperoimperare, imperavi, imperatum (+ dative)order, commandverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
impetroimpetrare, impetravi, impetratumobtain, accomplishverb1st conjugationExtra
impetusimpetus, m.attack, impulsenoun4th declension2. OCR AS
impigerimpigra, impigrumactive, energeticadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
impiusimpia, impiumimpious, irreligious, undutifuladjective2-1-2 patternExtra
imponoimponere, imposui, impositumplace uponverb3rd conjugationExtra
improbusimproba, improbumbad, perverse, shamelessadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
improvisusimprovisa, improvisumunforeseen, unexpectedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
in(+ ablative)in, onpreposition1. OCR GCSE
in(+ accusative)into, onto, against, towardspreposition1. OCR GCSE
inanisinaneempty; vain, foolishadjective3rd patternExtra
incendiumincendii, nfirenoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
incendoincendere, incendi, incensumburn, set on fire, inflame, rouseverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
incertusincerta, incertumuncertain, doubtfuladjective2-1-2 patternExtra
incidoincidere, incidi, incisumcut into, inscribeverb3rd conjugationExtra
incipioincipere, incepi, inceptumbeginverb5th conjugation2. OCR AS
incitoincitare, incitavi, incitatumurge on, arouse, encourageverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
incolaincolae, m./f.inhabitantnoun1st declensionExtra
incoloincolere, incoluiinhabitverb3rd conjugationExtra
incolumisincolumeunharmed, safeadjective3rd patternExtra
incommodumincommodi, n.inconvenience, trouble, disadvantage, disasternoun2nd declensionExtra
incredibilisincredibileincredible, marvellous, extraordinaryadjective3rd patternExtra
indefrom there, thereupon, nextadverb2. OCR AS
indiciumindicii, n.evidence, proof, indicationnoun2nd declensionExtra
indicoindicere, indixi, indictumproclaim, announceverb3rd conjugationExtra
indignusindigna, indignumunworthy, undeservingadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
induoinduere, indui, indutumput on, assumeverb3rd conjugationExtra
industriaindustriae, f.diligence, hard worknoun1st declensionExtra
ineoinire, inivi, initumto enter, to beginverbirregularExtra
inermisinermeunarmedadjective3rd patternExtra
infelixinfelicisunlucky, unhappyadjective3rd patternExtra
inferiorinferiuslower, inferior, lateradjective3rd patternExtra
inferoinferre, intuli, illatus/inlatuminflict, bring to, cause, carry againstverbirregular2. OCR AS
infestusinfesta, infestumtroublesome, hostile, dangerousadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
infimusinfima, infimumlowestadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
infirmusinfirma, infirmumweak, feeble, worthlessadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
infra(+ accusative)below, beneathpreposition2. OCR AS
infrabelow, beneathadverb2. OCR AS
ingeniumingenii, n.character, abilitynoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
ingensingentishugeadjective3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
ingratusingrata, ingratumungrateful, unwelcome, unpleasantadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
ingredioringredi, ingressus sumenter, undertakeverb deponent3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
inimicusinimici, m.(personal) enemynoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
iniquusiniqua, iniquum unfair, unjust, unfavourableadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
initiuminitii, n.beginningnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
iniuriainiuriae, f.injustice, injury, wrongnoun1st declension2. OCR AS
innocensinnocentisinnocent, blameless, harmlessadjective3rd patternExtra
inopiainopiae, f.shortage, lack, povertynoun1st declension2. OCR AS
inopinatusinopinata, inopinatumunexpectedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
inquaminquit, inquiunt sayverbirregular2. OCR AS
insanusinsana, insanummad, insaneadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
insciusinscia, insciumnot knowing, ignorant, unawareadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
insequorinsequi, insecutus sumto follow, to pursue, to reproachverb deponent3rd conjugationExtra
insidiaeinsidiarum, f.ambush, trap, tricknoun1st declension2. OCR AS
insignisinsignedistinguished, gloriousadjective3rd pattern2. OCR AS
inspicioinspicere, inspexi, inspectumlook at, inspect, examineverb5th conjugation2. OCR AS
instituoinstituere, institui, institutumset up, establishverb3rd conjugationExtra
institutuminstituti, n.regulation, arrangement, agreementnoun2nd declensionExtra
instoinstare, institi, instatumpress hard upon, be at handverb1st conjugationExtra
instruoinstruere, instruxi, instructumdraw up, prepare, equip, supplyverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
insulainsulae, f.island, block (of apartments)noun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
integerintegra, integrumentire, unharmed, intact, blameless, honestadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
intellegointellegere, intellexi, intellectumunderstand, perceive, realiseverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
intendointendere, intendi, intensumstretch, strain, aim at, directverb3rd conjugationExtra
inter(+ accusative)between, amongpreposition1. OCR GCSE
interdumoccasionallyadverbExtra
interea, interimmeanwhile, in the meantimeadverb2. OCR AS
intereointerire, interivi, interitumto pass away, to perishverbirregularExtra
interficiointerficere, interfeci, interfectumkillverb5th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
interiorinteriusinner, deeper, interior, more hiddenadjective3rd patternExtra
intersuminteresse, interfuito be between, to take part, toverbirregularExtra
intimusintima, intimuminmost, innermost, most secret, most intimateadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
intra(+ accusative)inside, withinpreposition2. OCR AS
introintrare, intravi, intratumenterverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
intueorintueri, intuitus sum to gaze upon, to considerverb deponent2nd conjugationExtra
invenioinvenire, inveni, inventumfind, discoververb4th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
invideoinvidere, invidi, invisumto envy, to begrudgeverb2nd conjugationExtra
invidiainvidiae, f.envy, jealously, unpopularitynoun1st declensionExtra
invitoinvitare, invitavi, invitatuminviteverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
invitusinvita, invitum unwillling, reluctantadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
inviusinvia, inviumtrackless, impassableadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
ipseipsa, ipsum (-self)pronoun1. OCR GCSE
irairae, f.angernoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
irascorirascari, irascatus sumto grow angryverb deponent1st conjugationExtra
iratusirata, iratum angryadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
isea, id this, that, he, she, itpronoun1. OCR GCSE
itain this way, so, thusadverb1. OCR GCSE
ita veroyesadverb2. OCR AS
itaqueand so, thereforeadverb1. OCR GCSE
iteritineris, n.journey, march, waynoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
iterumagainadverb1. OCR GCSE
iubeoiubere, iussi, iussumorder, commandverb2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
iucundusiucunda, iucundumpleasing, agreeable, delightfuladjective2-1-2 patternExtra
iudexiudicis , m./f.judge, jurornoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
iudiciumiudicii, n.trial, court, judgementnoun2nd declensionExtra
iudicoiudicare, iudicavi, iudicatumjudgeverb1st conjugationExtra
iugumiugi, n.yoke; mountain ridgenoun2nd declensionExtra
iumentumiumenti, n.beast of burdennoun2nd declensionExtra
iungoiungere, iunxi, iunctumjoin, unite, fastenverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
IunoIunonis, f.Juno (queen of the gods)noun3rd declensionExtra
iuroiurare, iuravi, iuratumswearverb1st conjugationExtra
iusiuris, n.lawnoun3rd declensionExtra
iussusiussus, m.order, commandnoun4th declensionExtra
iustusiusta, iustum right, just, lawful, completeadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
iuvenisiuvenis, m.young man, youngnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
iuvenisiuveneyoungadjective3rd pattern2. OCR AS
iuventusiuventi, m.youthnoun2nd declensionExtra
iuvoiuvare, iuvi, iutumhelp, pleaseverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
laborlabi, lapsus sumglide, slip, fallverb deponent3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
laborlaboris , m.work, toil, troublenoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
laborolaborare, laboravi, laboratumwork, toil, be in difficultyverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
lacerolacerare, laceravi, laceratumtear, mangleverb1st conjugationExtra
lacertuslacerti, m.arm, upper arm; embracenoun2nd declensionExtra
lacessolacessere, lacessivi, lacessitumprovoke, challengeverb3rd conjugationExtra
lacrimalacrimae, f.tearnoun1st declensionExtra
lacrimolacrimare, lacrimavi, lacrimatumcry, weepverb1st conjugationExtra
lacuslacus , m.lakenoun4th declensionExtra
laedolaedere, laesi, laesumhurt, injure, harmverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
laetitialaetitiae, f.joy, happinessnoun1st declensionExtra
laetorlaetari, laetatus sumto rejoiceverb deponent1st conjugationExtra
laetuslaeta, laetum happy, gladadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
languiduslanguida, languidumfaint, weak, listlessadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
laniolaniare, laniavi, laniatumtear (at)verb1st conjugationExtra
lapislapidis, m.stonenoun3rd declensionExtra
LarLaris, m.household god, home (oft pl)noun3rd declensionExtra
largitiolargitionis, f.generosity, bribery, corruptionnoun3rd declensionExtra
lassuslassa, lassumtired, exhaustedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
latebraelatebrarum, f.hiding-placenoun1st declensionExtra
lateolatere, latuito lie hiddenverb2nd conjugationExtra
latuslata, latum wide, broadadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
latuslateris, n.side, wingnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
laudolaudare, laudavi, laudatumpraiseverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
lauslaudis , f.praise, honour, creditnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
legatiolegationis, f.embassynoun3rd declensionExtra
legatuslegati, m.(legionary) commander, ambassador, envoynoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
legiolegionis , f.legionnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
legolegere, legi, lectumread, chooseverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
lenislenesmooth, soft, mild, gentle, moderateadjective3rd patternExtra
lentuslenta, lentum slowadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
leoleonis, m.lionnoun3rd declensionExtra
lepiduslepida, lepidumcharming, elegantadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
letumleti, n.deathnoun2nd declensionExtra
levislevelight, slightadjective3rd pattern2. OCR AS
levolevare, levavi, levatumlighten, relieve, consoleverb1st conjugationExtra
lexlegis , f.lawnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
libenslibentiswilling, gladadjective3rd pattern2. OCR AS
liberlibera, liberum freeadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
liberlibri, m.booknoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
liberalitasliberalitatis, f.kindness, generosity, courteousnessnoun3rd declensionExtra
liberiliberorum, m.childrennoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
liberoliberare, liberavi, liberatumset freeverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
libertaslibertatis , f.freedomnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
libertusliberti, m.freedman, ex-slavenoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
libetlibere, libuitit pleasesverbimpersonalExtra
libidolibidinis, f.desire, inclination, passionnoun3rd declensionExtra
licetlicere, licuit (+ dative) it is allowedverbimpersonal2. OCR AS
lignumligni, n.wood, wooden object, firewoodnoun2nd declensionExtra
limenliminis, n.threshold, entrance; housenoun3rd declensionExtra
limeslimitis, m.boundary; tracknoun3rd declensionExtra
lingualinguae, f.tongue, languagenoun1st declensionExtra
liquidusliquida, liquidumclear, transparent, pure; fluidadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
litteralitterae, f.letternoun1st declensionExtra
lituslitoris, n.shore, beachnoun3rd declensionExtra
locolocare, locavi, locatumplace, putverb1st conjugationExtra
locupleslocupletisrich, wealthyadjective3rd patternExtra
locusloci, m.place, position, situation, opportunitynoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
longinquuslonginqua, longinquumfar off, remote, long lastingadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
longuslonga, longum longadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
loquorloqui, locutus sumspeak, talkverb deponent3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
luceolucere, luxito shine, to be lightverb2nd conjugationExtra
luciduslucida, lucidumclear, bright, shiningadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
luctusluctus, m.grief, sorrow, mourningnoun4th declensionExtra
lucusluci, m.grove, woodnoun2nd declensionExtra
ludoludere, lusi, lusumplayverb3rd conjugationExtra
ludusludi, m.game, schoolnoun2nd declensionExtra
lumenluminis, n.light, lamp; eyenoun3rd declensionExtra
lunalunae, f.moonnoun1st declensionExtra
lupuslupi, m.wolfnoun2nd declensionExtra
luxlucis , f.light, daylightnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
luxurialuxuriae, f.excess, extravagancenoun1st declensionExtra
maestusmaesta, maestumsad, gloomyadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
magis(comparative)more, ratheradverb1. OCR GCSE
magistermagistri, m.teacher, masternoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
magistratusmagistratus , m.magistratenoun4th declensionExtra
magnificusmagnifica, magnificumsplendid, grandadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
magnoperevery much, greatlyadverb1. OCR GCSE
magnusmagna, magnum big, large, greatadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
maioresmaiorum, m.ancestors, forefathersnoun3rd declensionExtra
malomalle, malui preferverbirregular1. OCR GCSE
malusmala, malum evil, badadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
mandomandare, mandavi, mandatumcommit, entrust, commandverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
manein the morning, earlyadverb2. OCR AS
maneomanere, mansi, mansumremain, stayverb2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
manesmanium, m.spirits of the dead; the Underworldnoun3rd declensionExtra
manusmanus, f.hand, bandnoun4th declension1. OCR GCSE
maremaris, n.seanoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
maritimusmaritima, maritimummaritime, seafaring, of the seaadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
maritusmariti, mhusbandnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
marmormarmoris, n.marble; seanoun3rd declensionExtra
MarsMartis, m.Mars (god of war); warnoun3rd declensionExtra
matermatris , f.mothernoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
materiamateriae, f.matter, theme, subjectnoun1st declensionExtra
maturomaturare, maturavi, maturatumripen, hastenverb1st conjugationExtra
maturusmatura, maturumripe, mature, seasonable, earlyadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
maximusmaxima, maximumvery great, the greatestadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
me recipioretreat, withdrawverbphrase2. OCR AS
medicusmedici, m.doctor, medicalnoun2nd declensionExtra
mediocrismediocremoderate, ordinary, averageadjective3rd patternExtra
mediusmedia, medium middle (of)adjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
membrummembrilimb (oft pl)noun2nd declensionExtra
memoriamemoriae, f.memory, remembrancenoun1st declensionExtra
memoromemorare, memoravi, memoratummention, relateverb1st conjugationExtra
mensmentis , f.mindnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
mensamensae, f.tablenoun1st declensionExtra
mensismensis , m.monthnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
mentiormentiti, mentitus sumto lieverb deponent4th conjugationExtra
mercatormercatoris, m.merchantnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
mercesmercedis, f.pay, recompense, rewardnoun3rd declensionExtra
mereormereri, meritus sumto deserve, to acquire, to earnverb deponent2nd conjugationExtra
meridiesmeridie, m.midday, southnoun5th declensionExtra
meritodeservedlyadverbExtra
meritummeritiservice, kindness, benefitnoun2nd declensionExtra
merusmera, merumundiluted, pure; n as noun wineadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
metuometuere, metui, metutusfearverb3rd conjugationExtra
metusmetus, m.fearnoun4th declension2. OCR AS
meusmea, meum myadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
milesmilitis , m.soldiernoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
militarismilitaremilitaryadjective3rd patternExtra
militiamilitiae, f.military service, warfare,noun1st declensionExtra
mille passus milenoun4th declension2. OCR AS
minaeminarum, f.threatsnoun1st declensionExtra
minimusminima, minimumsmallest, leastadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
minorminari, minatus sumthreaten (+ dat)verb deponent1st conjugation2. OCR AS
minuominuere, minui, minutumlessen, reduce, weaken, modifyverb3rd conjugationExtra
mirabilismirabilestrange, wonderfuladjective3rd pattern2. OCR AS
mirificusmirifica, mirificumwonderful, extraordinaryadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
mirormirari, miratus sumwonder at, admireverb deponent1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
mirusmira, mirumwonderful, marvellous, amazingadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
misceomiscere, miscui, mixtumto mix, to mingleverb2nd conjugationExtra
misermisera, miserum miserable, wretched, sadadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
miseretmiserere, miseruitit pities, causes pityverbimpersonalExtra
misericordiamisericordiae, f.pity, compassion, mercynoun1st declensionExtra
mitismitesoft, gentleadjective3rd patternExtra
mittomittere, misi, missumsend, throw, let goverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
modestusmodesta, modestummoderate, restrained, well-behaved, modestadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
modicusmodica, modicummoderate, ordinaryadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
modojust now, onlyadverb2. OCR AS
modusmodi, m.manner, way, kindnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
moeniamoeniumpl, n.city walls, citynoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
molesmolis, f.mass, massive structure; effortnoun3rd declensionExtra
molestiamolestiae, f.trouble, annoyance, worrynoun1st declensionExtra
molestusmolesta, molestumtroublesome, annoying, burdensomeadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
moliormoliri, molitus sumto exert oneself, to make an effortverb deponent4th conjugationExtra
mollismollesoft, flexible, calm, gentle, sensitiveadjective3rd patternExtra
moneomonere, monui, monitumwarn, advise, teachverb2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
monsmontis , m.mountainnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
monstromonstrare, monstravi, monstratumshow, point out, indicate, instructverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
monstrummonstriportent; monsternoun2nd declensionExtra
monumentummonumentireminder, memorial, monumentnoun2nd declensionExtra
moramorae, f.delaynoun1st declension2. OCR AS
morbusmorbi, m.sickness, diseasenoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
mordeomordere, momordi, morsumto biteverb2nd conjugationExtra
moriormori, mortuus sumdieverb deponent3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
morormorari, moratus sumdelay, lingerverb deponent1st conjugation2. OCR AS
morsmortis , f.deathnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
mortalismortalemortal, human, transientadjective3rd patternExtra
mortuusmortua, mortuumdeadadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
mosmoris , m.habit, custom, (pl) character, moralsnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
motusmotus , m.motion, impulse, commotion, rebellionnoun4th declensionExtra
moveomovere, movi, motummoveverb2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
moxsoonadverb1. OCR GCSE
muliermulieris , f.womannoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
multitudomultitudinis , f.crowd, multitudenoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
multusmulta, multum much, manyadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
mundusmundi, m.the world, earth, universenoun2nd declensionExtra
muniomunire, munivi, munitumfortify, defend, guardverb4th conjugation2. OCR AS
munitiomunitionis, f.fortificationnoun3rd declensionExtra
munusmuneris, n.service, duty, presentnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
murusmuri, m.wall, rampartnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
MusaMusae, f.Muse ( goddess of inspiration); poetry, songnoun1st declensionExtra
mutomutare, mutavi, mutatumchange, alterverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
namforconjunction1. OCR GCSE
nanciscornancisci, nactus sumto obtain, to findverb deponent3rd conjugationExtra
narronarrare, narravi, narratustell, relateverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
nascornasci, natus sumam bornverb deponent3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
nationationis, f.race, nation, people, classnoun3rd declensionExtra
naturanaturae, f.naturenoun1st declension2. OCR AS
nautanautae, m.sailornoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
navem solvoset sailverbphrase2. OCR AS
navigonavigare, navigavi, navigatumsailverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
navisnavis , f.shipnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
navis longanavis longae, f.warshipnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
navis onerarianavis onerariae, f.merchant shipnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
navitanavitae, m.sailornoun1st declensionExtra
nelest, that notconjunction1. OCR GCSE
ne (suffix)(introduces question)interrogative1. OCR GCSE
ne ... quidemnot ... evenadverb2. OCR AS
nec, neque and not, nor, neitherconjunction1. OCR GCSE
necessariusnecessaria, necessariumnecessary, inevitableadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
necessenecessaryadjectiveindeclinable2. OCR AS
neconecare, necavi, necatumkillverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
nefandusnefanda, nefandumwrong, sinful, unspeakableadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
nefariusnefaria, nefariumwrong, sinful, unspeakableadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
nefaswickedness, crime, wrongnounindeclinableExtra
neglegoneglegere, neglexi, neglectumneglect, disregardverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
negonegare, negavi, negatumsay no, deny, refuse, say that ...notverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
negotiumnegotii, n.businessnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
nemonulliusno one, nobodynounirregular1. OCR GCSE
nemusnemoris, n.grove, woodnoun3rd declensionExtra
neposnepotis, m.grandson, nephewnoun3rd declensionExtra
nequeonequire, nequivi, nequitumto be unableverbirregularExtra
nequiquamin vainadverbExtra
nescionescire, nescivi, nescitumnot knowverb4th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
neuterneutra, neutrumneither of twoadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
nigernigra, nigrumblack, darkadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
nihilnothingnounirregular1. OCR GCSE
nimbusnimbi, m.cloud, storm-cloud, stormnoun2nd declensionExtra
nimisexceedingly, very much, excessivelyadverbExtra
nimiusnimia, nimiumvery great, very muchadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
nisiunless, if not, exceptconjunction1. OCR GCSE
niteonitere, nituishineverb2nd conjugationExtra
nitidusnitida, nitidumshiningadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
nitorniti, nisus/nixus sumto lean/rely on, to striveverb deponent3rd conjugationExtra
niveusnivea, niveumsnowy, whiteadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
nixnivis, f.snownoun3rd declensionExtra
nobilisnobilenoble, famousadjective3rd pattern2. OCR AS
noceonocere, nocui, nocitum (+ dative) hurt, harmverb2nd conjugation2. OCR AS
noctuby nightadverb2. OCR AS
nocturnusnocturna, nocturnumnocturnal, of the nightadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
nolonolle, nolui not want, be unwilling, refuseverbirregular1. OCR GCSE
nomennominis, n.namenoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
nominonominare, nominavi, nominatumname, call by nameverb1st conjugationExtra
nonnotadverb1. OCR GCSE
non iamno longeradverb2. OCR AS
nondumnot yetadverb2. OCR AS
nonne?surely?adverb1. OCR GCSE
nonnullinonnullae, nonnulla some, severaladjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
nosnostrum / nostriwe, uspronoun1. OCR GCSE
nosconoscere, novi, notumknowverb3rd conjugationExtra
nosternostra, nostrum ourpronoun1. OCR GCSE
notusnota, notum known, well-known, famousadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
NotusNoti, m.the south wind; windnoun2nd declensionExtra
novusnova, novum new, fresh, recentadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
noxnoctis , f.nightnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
nubesnubis, f.cloudnoun3rd declensionExtra
nubilusnubila, nubilumcloudyadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
nubonubere, nupsi, nuptum (+ dative)marryverb3rd conjugationExtra
nudonudare, nudavi, nudatumbare, expose, uncoververb1st conjugationExtra
nudusnuda, nudumbare, naked, destitute, needy, unadornedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
nullusnulla, nullum no, none, not anyadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
numsurely...not? (direct), whether (indirect)interrogative1. OCR GCSE
numennuminis, n.divine power, divinity, godnoun3rd declensionExtra
numeronumerare, numeravi, numeratumcount, reckon, considerverb1st conjugationExtra
numerusnumeri, m.numbernoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
nummusnummi, m.coin, moneynoun2nd declensionExtra
numquamneveradverb1. OCR GCSE
nuncnowadverb1. OCR GCSE
nuntionuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatumannounce, reportverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
nuntiusnuntii, m.messenger, message, newsnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
nuperrecentlyadverbExtra
nusquamnowhereadverbExtra
nymphanymphae, f.nymph; young woman, bridenoun1st declensionExtra
ob(+ accusative)because of, on account ofpreposition2. OCR AS
obeoobire, obivi, obitumto meet, to go to meet, to die, to perishverbirregularExtra
obicioobicere, obieci, obiectumthrow, cast in one's wayverb3rd conjugationExtra
obliviscoroblivisci, oblitus sumforgetverb deponent3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
obruoobruere, obrui, obrutumoverwhelm, destroyverb3rd conjugationExtra
obscurusobscura, obscurumdark, glooomy, coveredadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
obsesobsidis, m./f.hostagenoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
obsideoobsidere, obsedi, obsessumbesiege, blockadeverb2nd conjugation2. OCR AS
obstruoobstruere, obstruxi, obstructumblock upverb3rd conjugationExtra
obstupescoobstupescere, obstipuibe amazed, be dumbstruckverb2-1-2 patternExtra
obtineoobtinere, obtinui, obtentumto obtain, to hold, to possessverb2nd conjugationExtra
obviam eoire, i(v)i (+ dative) meet, go to meet, oppose, resistverbphrase2. OCR AS
obviusobvia, obviumin the way, meeting, accessibleadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
occasiooccasionis , f.opportunity, occasionnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
occidooccidere, occidi, occisumkillverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
occultooccultare, occultavi, occultatumhide, concealverb1st conjugationExtra
occultusocculta, occultumhidden, concealed, secretadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
occupooccupare, occupavi, occupatumseize, take possession of, occupyverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
occurrooccurrere, occuri, occursumhasten to, meet, occurverb3rd conjugationExtra
oculusoculi, m.eyenoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
odiodisse (perfect with present meaning)hateverbirregular2. OCR AS
odio est(+ dative)be hated byverbphrase2. OCR AS
odiosusodiosa, odiosumhateful, odious, annoyingadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
odiumodii, n.hatrednoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
offendooffendere, offendi, offensumoffend, strike againstverb3rd conjugationExtra
offeroofferre, obtuli, oblatumpresent, offerverbirregular1. OCR GCSE
officiumofficii, n.duty, task, functionnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
olimonce, formerly, one dayadverb1. OCR GCSE
omenominis, n.omen, signnoun3rd declensionExtra
omittoomittere, omisi, omissumneglect, disregard, make no mention ofverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
omninoaltogether, at all, entirelyadverb2. OCR AS
omnisomneall, everyadjective3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
onerariusoneraria, onerariumfor carrying freight, for carrying burdensadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
onerosusonerosa, onerosumburdensome, heavy, oppressiveadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
onusoneris, n.burden, loadnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
operaoperae, f.work, effort, attention, troublenoun1st declension2. OCR AS
operam doI take pains, give attention (to)verbphrase2. OCR AS
opereooperire, operivi, operitumto cover, to conceal, to overwhelmverbirregularExtra
opesopum, f.resources, wealthnoun3rd declensionExtra
opinioopinionis, f.opinion, conjecturenoun3rd declensionExtra
opinoropinari, opinatus sumsuppose, imagine, conjectureverb deponent1st conjugationExtra
oportetoportere, oportuit be necessary, ought, mustverbimpersonal2. OCR AS
oppidumoppidi, n.townnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
opportunusopportuna, opportunumconvenient, suitable, advantageousadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
opprimoopprimere, oppressi, oppressumoverwhelm, crush, weigh downverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
oppugnooppugnare, oppugnavi, oppugnatumattackverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
opsopis , f.help; (pl) resources, richesnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
optimusoptima, optimumbest, excellent, very goodadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
optooptare, optavi, optatumchoose; wish, desireverb1st conjugationExtra
opusoperis, n.work, toil, constructionnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
opus estesse, fuit (+ ablative)there is need (of)verbimpersonal2. OCR AS
oraorae, f.coastnoun1st declension2. OCR AS
oratioorationis , f.speechnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
oratororatoris, m.speaker, oratornoun3rd declensionExtra
orbisorbis, m.circle, wheel, the worldnoun3rd declensionExtra
orbusorba, orbumdeprived, bereft (of, + abl)adjective2-1-2 patternExtra
OrcusOrci, m.the (god of the) Underworldnoun2nd declensionExtra
ordoordinis , m.rank, order, linenoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
oriensorientis, m.east, morningnoun3rd declensionExtra
oriororiri, ortus sumrise, start, originateverb deponent4th conjugation2. OCR AS
ornamentumornamenti, n.equipment, decoration, distinctionnoun2nd declensionExtra
ornoornare, ornavi, ornatumadorn, decorate, provide, equipverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
oroorare, oravi, oratumbegverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
osossis, n.bonenoun3rd declensionExtra
osoris, n.mouth, facenoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
osculumosculi, n.kissnoun2nd declensionExtra
ostendoostendere, ostendi, ostentumshow, point out, indicateverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
otiumotii, n.leisure, idleness, peacenoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
ovisovis, f.sheepnoun3rd declensionExtra
pabulorpabulari, pabulatus sumto forageverb deponent1st conjugationExtra
pabulumpabuli, n.fodder, foodnoun2nd declensionExtra
pacopacare, pacavi, pacatumpacifyverb1st conjugationExtra
pactumpacti, n.agreement, contractnoun2nd declensionExtra
paenealmost, nearlyadverb1. OCR GCSE
paenitetpaenitere, paenituitit repents, causes regretverbimpersonalExtra
paguspagi, m.village, country-districtnoun2nd declensionExtra
palamopenlyadverb2. OCR AS
PallasPalladis, f.Pallas Athene (goddess of wisdom)noun3rd declensionExtra
paluspaludis, f.marsh, swampnoun3rd declensionExtra
panispanis, m.breadnoun3rd declensionExtra
parparisequaladjective3rd pattern2. OCR AS
paratusparata, paratumpreparedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
parcoparcere, peperci, parsum (+ dative) spareverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
parensparentis , m./f.parent; (pl) relationsnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
pareoparere, parui, paritum (+ dative) obeyverb2nd conjugation2. OCR AS
parioparere, peperi, partumbear (a child), win, acquire, gain, secureverb5th conjugation2. OCR AS
paritertogether, at the same timeadverbExtra
paroparare, paravi, paratumprepare, provideverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
parspartis , f.part, some, directionnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
partimpartly, in partadverbExtra
parvusparva, parvum smalladjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
passimin all directions, far and wide, everywhereadverb2. OCR AS
passuspassus , m.pacenoun4th declension2. OCR AS
pateopatere, patuito be open/visible/accessibleverb2nd conjugationExtra
paterpatris , m.fathernoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
paternuspaterna, paternumof a father, ancestraladjective2-1-2 patternExtra
patiorpati, passus sumsuffer, endure, allowverb deponent3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
patres conscriptipatrum conscriptorum, m.senatorsnoun3rd declensionExtra
patriapatriae, f.homeland, native landnoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
patriuspatria, patriumhereditaryadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
patronuspatroni, m.defender, advocate, protector, patronnoun2nd declensionExtra
paucipaucae, pauca few, a fewadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
paulatimgradually, little by littleadverb2. OCR AS
paulisperfor a short timeadverb2. OCR AS
paulum, paulo a little, somewhatadverb2. OCR AS
pauperpauperispooradjective3rd pattern2. OCR AS
paveopavere, pavito quake, to tremble, to be in a panicverb2nd conjugationExtra
paviduspavida, pavidumtrembling, terrified, alarmedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
pavorpavoris, m.panic, terror, quaking, dismaynoun3rd declensionExtra
paxpacis , f.peacenoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
pectuspectoris, n.breast, heartnoun2nd declensionExtra
pecuniapecuniae, f.moneynoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
pecuspecoris, n.herd, flock, cattle, sheepnoun3rd declensionExtra
pedem/me referoretreatverbphrase2. OCR AS
pedespeditis , m.infantrynoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
pelaguspelagi, n.seanoun2nd declensionExtra
pellopellere, pepuli, pulsumpush, drive, routverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
PenatesPenatium, m.household gods, homenoun3rd declensionExtra
pendopendere, pependi, pensumhang, be suspended, depend onverb3rd conjugationExtra
penitusdeep within; completelyadverbExtra
pennapennae, f.feather, pl wingnoun1st declensionExtra
per(+ accusative)through, throughout, alongpreposition1. OCR GCSE
perdoperdere, perdidi, perditumdestroy, loseverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
perennisperennethrough the year(s), enduringadjective3rd patternExtra
pereoperire, perii, peritumdie, perish, be ruinedverbirregular1. OCR GCSE
perferoperferre, pertuli, perlatumto endure to the end, to carry throughverb irregularExtra
perficioperficere, perfeci, perfectumbring about, complete, perfectverb5th conjugation2. OCR AS
perfundoperfundere, perfusi, perfusumpour over, (make) wet; spreadverb3rd conjugationExtra
pergopergere, perrexi, perrectumgo straight on, continue, proceedverb3rd conjugationExtra
periculosuspericulosa, periculosumdangerousadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
periculumpericuli, n.dangernoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
peritusperita, peritum (+ gen or + abl)skilled (in)adjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
permaneopermanere, permansi, permansumto continue, to stay, to endureverb2nd conjugationExtra
permittopermittere, permisi, permissumhand over, entrust, permit, allowverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
perniciesperniciei, f.destruction, ruinnoun5th declensionExtra
perpetuusperpetua, perpetuumperpetual, unbroken, continuousadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
persequorpersequi, persecutus sumto follow through, to pursue to prosecuteverb deponent3rd conjugationExtra
perspicioperspicere, perspexi, perspectumlook closely at, examine, see throughverb3rd conjugationExtra
persuadeopersuadere, persuasi, persuasum (+ dative) persuade, convinceverb2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
perterritusperterrita, perterritum very frightened, terrifiedadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
pertimescopertimescere, pertimuibecome very frightenedverb3rd conjugationExtra
pertineopertinere, pertinuito arrive at, reachverb2nd conjugationExtra
perturboperturbare, perturbavi, perturbatumthrow inconfusionverb1st conjugationExtra
perveniopervenire, perveni, perventumreach, arriveverb4th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
pespedis , m.footnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
pessimuspessima, pessimumworst, very badadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
pestispestis, f.destruction, ruin, plague, sicknessnoun3rd declensionExtra
petitiopetitionis, f.request, candidature, attacknoun3rd declensionExtra
petopetere, petivi, petitumseek, ask for, make for, attackverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
philosophusphilosophi, m.philosophernoun2nd declensionExtra
PhoebusPhoebi, m.Phoebus ( title of Apollo)noun2nd declensionExtra
pietaspietatis, f.piety, dutiful conductnoun3rd declensionExtra
pigerpigra, pigrumunwilling, lingering, sluggishadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
pilumpili, n.javelinnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
pingopingere, pinxi, pictumpaint, colour; embroiderverb3rd conjugationExtra
pinuspinus, f.pine- tree; shipnoun4th declensionExtra
piscispiscis, m.fishnoun3rd declensionExtra
piuspia, pium pious, dutiful, righteous, holyadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
placetplacere, placuit (+ dative) it pleases, suits, it is resolvedverbimpersonal2. OCR AS
placidusplacida, placidumcalm, tranquil, gentleadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
placoplacare, placavi, placatumcalm, appeaseverb1st conjugationExtra
plangoplangere, planxi, planctumstrike, beat the breast, mournverb3rd conjugationExtra
planusplana, planumlevel, flat / plain, clearadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
plebsplebis , f.the people, common peoplenoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
plenusplena, plenum full, filledadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
pleriquepleraeque, pleraque most, the majorityadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
pluitpluere, pluvitit rainsverbimpersonalExtra
plumaplumae, f.feathernoun1st declensionExtra
plurimusplurima, plurimummost, very manyadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
poculumpoculi, n.cup, gobletnoun2nd declensionExtra
poenapoenae, f.punishment, penaltynoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
poenas dopay the penalty, am punishedverbphrase1. OCR GCSE
polliceorpolliceri, pollicitus sumpromiseverb deponent2nd conjugation2. OCR AS
poluspoli, m.pole; sky, heavennoun2nd declensionExtra
pondusponderis, n.weightnoun3rd declensionExtra
ponoponere, posui, positumput, place, set up (camp)verb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
ponspontis , m.bridgenoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
pontifexpontificis, m.high-priestnoun3rd declensionExtra
pontusponti, m.seanoun2nd declensionExtra
populorpopulari, populatus sumlay waste, devastate, destroyverb deponent1st conjugationExtra
populuspopuli, m.people, nationnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
porromoreover, nextadverbExtra
portaportae, f.gatenoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
porticusporticus, f.colonnade, porticonoun4th declensionExtra
portoportare, portavi, portatumcarry, bear, takeverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
portusportus , m.harbour, portnoun4th declension1. OCR GCSE
poscoposcere, poposci demand, ask forverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
possideopossidere, possedi, possessumto possessverb2nd conjugationExtra
possumposse, potui can, be ableverbirregular1. OCR GCSE
post(+ accusative)behind, afterpreposition1. OCR GCSE
postafterwards, nextadverb2. OCR AS
posteaafterwards, thenadverb1. OCR GCSE
posteriorposteriusnext, lateradjective3rd patternExtra
posteruspostera, posterumfollowing, nextadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
postquamafter, whenconjunction1. OCR GCSE
postremuspostrema, postremum lastadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
postridieon the next dayadverb1. OCR GCSE
postulopostulare, postulavi, postulatumdemand, askverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
potenspotentispowerful, capableadjective3rd pattern2. OCR AS
potentiapotentiae, f.force, power, strengthnoun1st declensionExtra
potestaspotestatis , f.power, authority, opportunitynoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
potiorpotiri, potitus sum (+ genitive or ablative)seize, get possession ofverb deponent4th conjugation2. OCR AS
potissimumespeciallyadverbExtra
potiusrather, moreadverb2. OCR AS
praebeopraebere, praebui, praebitumprovide, give, show, offerverb2nd conjugation2. OCR AS
praecepspraecipitisheadlong, steep, precipitousadjective3rd patternExtra
praeceptumpraecepti, n.rule, maxim, injunctionnoun2nd declensionExtra
praecipiopraecipere, praecepi, praeceptumdirect, teach, anticipate, seize beforehandverb3rd conjugationExtra
praecipitopraecipitare, praecipitavi, praecipitatumthrow headlong, fall headlongverb1st conjugationExtra
praecipuuspraecipua, praecipuumextraordinary, distinguishedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
praeclaruspraeclara, praeclarumsplendid, distinguishedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
praedapraedae, f.booty, plundernoun1st declension2. OCR AS
praedicopraedicere, praedixi, praedictumproclaim, declare, commendverb3rd conjugationExtra
praefectuspraefecti, m.commander, officer, prefectnoun2nd declensionExtra
praeficiopraeficere, praefeci, praefectumput in charge (of)verb5th conjugation2. OCR AS
praemiumpraemii, n.prize, rewardnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
praesenspraesentispresent, at handadjective3rd patternExtra
praesertimespeciallyadverbExtra
praesidiumpraesidii, n.protection, garrison, fortificationnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
praestanspraestantiseminent, surpassing, extraordinaryadjective3rd patternExtra
praestopraestare, praestiti, praestitumstand out, be superiorverb1st conjugationExtra
praesumpraeesse, praefui (+ dative) be in charge ofverbirregular2. OCR AS
praeter(+ accusative)beyond, except, besidespreposition2. OCR AS
praetereabesides, moreover, in additionadverb2. OCR AS
praetorpraetoris , m.praetor (acted as judge or governor)noun3rd declension2. OCR AS
praeturapraeturae, f.praetorshipnoun1st declensionExtra
pratumprati, n.meadownoun2nd declensionExtra
precesprecum, f.prayers (pl or sg in dat/abl only)noun3rd declensionExtra
precorprecari, precatus sumpray, pray to, begverb deponent1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
premopremere, pressi, pressumpress, crushverb3rd conjugationExtra
pretiumpretii, n.price, valuenoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
primusprima, primum first, chiefadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
princepsprincipis , m.emperor, chief, chieftainnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
principatusprincipatus , m.first place, chief place, post of commander in chief, reign (of emperor), rulenoun4th declensionExtra
principia principiorum, n.headquartersnoun2nd declensionExtra
principiumprincipii, n.beginning, originnoun2nd declensionExtra
priorpriorisprevious, formeradjective3rd pattern2. OCR AS
priscusprisca, priscumold, former, ancientadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
priusbefore, previouslyadverb2. OCR AS
priusquambefore, untilconjunction2. OCR AS
privatimprivately, at homeadverbExtra
privatusprivata, privatumprivate, personaladjective2-1-2 patternExtra
pro(+ ablative)in front of, for, on behalf of, in return forpreposition1. OCR GCSE
proboprobare, probavi, probatumtest, recommendverb1st conjugationExtra
probrumprobri, n.abuse, invective, shameful actionnoun2nd declensionExtra
probusproba, probumproper, excellent, virtuousadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
procedoprocedere, processi, processumadvance, proceedverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
proculfar away, distantadverb2. OCR AS
prodoprodere, prodidi, proditumbetray, surrenderverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
proeliumproelii, n.battlenoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
proficiscorproficisci, profectus sumset out, departverb deponent3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
profiteorprofiteri, professus sum to declare, to acknowledgeverb deponent2nd conjugationExtra
progrediorprogredi, progressus sumadvance, proceedverb deponent3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
prohibeoprohibere, prohibui, prohibitumto keep off, to prevent, to restrainverb2nd conjugationExtra
prolesprolis, f.offspring, child, descendantnoun3rd declensionExtra
promittopromittere, promisi, promissumpromiseverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
promopromere, prompsi, promptumbring forth, discloseverb3rd conjugationExtra
promptusprompta, promptumready, prompt, resoluteadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
prope(+ accusative)nearpreposition1. OCR GCSE
properoproperare, properavi, properatumhurry, hasten, be quickverb1st conjugationExtra
propinquuspropinqua, propinquumnear, neighbouringadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
proponoproponere, proposui, propositumset forth, display, exposeverb3rd conjugationExtra
propriuspropria, propriumone’s own, personaladjective2-1-2 patternExtra
propter(+ accusative)on account of, because ofpreposition1. OCR GCSE
proraprorae, f.prow, shipnoun1st declensionExtra
prosperusprospera, prosperumfavourableadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
prospicioprospicere, prospexi, prospectumlook forwards, look out forverb3rd conjugationExtra
prosumprodesse, profuiam useful, do good (+ dat)verbirregularExtra
protinusimmediatelyadverbExtra
provideoprovidere, provisi, provisumforeseeverb2nd conjugationExtra
provinciaprovinciae, f.provincenoun1st declension2. OCR AS
proximusproxima, proximum nearest, next, lastadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
prudensprudentissensible, prudent, experiencedadjective3rd patternExtra
prudentiaprudentiae, f.good sense, sound judgement, knowledgenoun1st declensionExtra
publicuspublica, publicum public, commonadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
pudetpudere, puduitit shames, causes shameverbimpersonalExtra
pudorpudoris , m.shame, modesty, honour, disgracenoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
puellapuellae, f.girlnoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
puerpueri, m.boynoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
pugnapugnae, f.fight, battlenoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
pugnopugnare, pugnavi, pugnatumfightverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
pulcherpulchra, pulchrumbeautiful, handsomeadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
pulvispulveris, m.dustnoun3rd declensionExtra
puniopunire, punivi, punitumpunishverb4th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
puppispuppis, f.stern, shipnoun3rd declensionExtra
purpureuspurpurea, purpureumpurple; radiant, glowingadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
puruspura, purumclean, clear, pureadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
putoputare, putavi, putatumthink, consider, reckonverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
quaeroquaerere, quaesivi, quaesitumsearch for, ask for, ask, inquireverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
quaestorquastoris, m.quaestor, financial officernoun3rd declensionExtra
qualis?qualewhat sort of?interrogative3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
quamhow, than, as; (+ superlative) as ... as possibleadverb1. OCR GCSE
quamquamalthoughconjunction1. OCR GCSE
quando?when?interrogative1. OCR GCSE
quantus?quanta, quantum how big? how much?interrogative2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
quasias if, just as, nearlyadverb2. OCR AS
que (suffix)andconjunction1. OCR GCSE
querellaquerellae, f.complaint, lamentationnoun1st declensionExtra
querorqueri, questus sumcomplainverb deponent3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
questusquestus, m.complaint, lamentationnoun4th declensionExtra
quiquae, quod who, which, thatpronoun1. OCR GCSE
quiabecauseconjunction2. OCR AS
quidamquaedam, quoddam one, a certain, somepronoun1. OCR GCSE
quidemindeed, in fact, howeveradverb2. OCR AS
quiesquietis , f.rest, peace, quietnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
quiescoquiescere, quievi, quietumrest, sleepverb3rd conjugationExtra
quietusquieta, quietumpeaceful, calmadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
quis?quidwho? what? anypronoun1. OCR GCSE
quisquamquicquamanyone, anythingpronoun2. OCR AS
quisquequaeque, quidque each, each one, everypronoun2. OCR AS
quisquisquicquidwhoever, whateverpronoun2. OCR AS
quo?where to?interrogative1. OCR GCSE
quoadas long as, untilconjunction2. OCR AS
quodbecause, (as to) the fact thatconjunction1. OCR GCSE
quod sibut ifconjunction2. OCR AS
quomodo?how? in what way?interrogative1. OCR GCSE
quondamformerly, some day, at timesadverbExtra
quoniamsinceconjunction2. OCR AS
quoquealso, tooconjunction1. OCR GCSE
quot?how many?interrogative1. OCR GCSE
quotiens?how often? as often asinterrogative2. OCR AS
ramusrami, m.branch, twignoun2nd declensionExtra
rapaxrapacisgrasping, greedyadjective3rd patternExtra
rapidusrapida, rapidumimpetuous, snatching, siezingadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
rapiorapere, rapui, raptumseize, grab, carry off, plunderverb5th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
rarusrara, rarumthin, rare, infrequentadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
ratiorationis , f.account, reckoning, manner, reasonnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
ratisratis, f.raft, boatnoun3rd declensionExtra
recedorecedere, recessi, recessumwithdraw, retreat, retireverb3rd conjugationExtra
recensrecentisrecent, freshadjective3rd pattern2. OCR AS
recipiorecipere, recepi, receptumregain, receive, welcomeverb5th conjugation2. OCR AS
recitorecitare, recitavi, recitatumrecite, read aloudverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
rectusrecta, rectum straight, direct, right, properadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
recuperorecuperare, recuperavi, recuperatumrecover, regainverb1st conjugationExtra
recusorecusare, recusavi, recusatumrefuseverb1st conjugationExtra
reddoreddere, reddidi, redditumgive back, restore, hand over, makeverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
redeoredire, redii, reditumreturn, go back, come backverbirregular1. OCR GCSE
reditusreditus , m.returnnoun4th declensionExtra
referoreferre, rettuli, relatumbring back, report, referverbirregular1. OCR GCSE
reficioreficere, refeci, refectumrepair, restore, refreshverb5th conjugation2. OCR AS
reginareginae, f.queennoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
regioregionis, f.region, districtnoun3rd declensionExtra
regiusregia, regiumroyaladjective2-1-2 patternExtra
regnumregni, n.kingdom, reign, rulenoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
regoregere, rexi, rectumrule, directverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
regrediorregredi, regressus sumgo back, returnverb deponent3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
reicioreicere, reieci, reiectumfling back, fling off, rejectverb3rd conjugationExtra
religioreligionis, f.religious awe, sanctity, ritualnoun3rd declensionExtra
religiosusreligiosa, religiosumpious, scrupulous, conscientousadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
relinquorelinquere, reliqui, relictumleave, leave behind, abandonverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
reliquusreliqua, reliquum the rest of, the otheradjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
remigiumremigii, n.rowing, oarage, crewnoun2nd declensionExtra
removeoremovere, removi, remotumto move back, to withdrawverb2nd conjugationExtra
remusremi, m.oarnoun2nd declensionExtra
renovorenovare, renovavi, renovatumrenew, restore, repairverb1st conjugationExtra
reorreri, ratus sumto think, to reckonverb deponent2nd conjugationExtra
repentesuddenlyadverb2. OCR AS
repentinusrepentina, repentinumsudden, unexpected, hastyadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
reperioreperire, repperi, repertumto find, to ascertainverb4th conjugationExtra
repetorepetere, repetivi, repetitummake for again, seek againverb3rd conjugationExtra
reprehendoreprehendere, reprehendi, reprehensumcatch hold of, reprehendverb3rd conjugationExtra
repudiorepudiare, repudiavi, repudiatumreject, repudiate, refuse, scornverb1st conjugationExtra
requiesrequietis, f.rest, relaxationnoun3rd declensionExtra
requirorequirere, requisivi, requisitumseek, inquire after, requireverb3rd conjugationExtra
resrei, f.thing, affair, matter, businessnoun5th declension1. OCR GCSE
res familiarisrei familiaris, f.property, possessionsnoun5th declension f.Extra
res publicarei publicae, f.state, republicnoun5th declension2. OCR AS
reservoreservare, reservavi, reservatumreserve, keep backverb1st conjugationExtra
resistoresistere, restiti (+ dative) resist, oppose, come to a haltverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
respiciorespicere, respeci, respectumlook back at, be mindful ofverb3rd conjugationExtra
respondeorespondere, respondi, responsumanswer, replyverb2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
responsumresponsi, n.answer, replynoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
restituorestituere, restitui, restitutumrestoreverb3rd conjugationExtra
restorestare, restitistand firm; remain, be leftverb1st conjugationExtra
retineoretinere, retinui, retentumhold back, restrain, keepverb2nd conjugation2. OCR AS
reusrei, m.defendantnoun2nd declensionExtra
rexregis , m.kingnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
rideoridere, risi, risumto laugh, smileverb2nd conjugationExtra
riparipae, f.banknoun1st declension2. OCR AS
rivusrivi, m.streamnoun2nd declensionExtra
roburroboris, n.oak; strength, man-powernoun3rd declensionExtra
rogatiorogationis, f.proposed lawnoun3rd declensionExtra
rogorogare, rogavi, rogatumask, ask forverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
rosroris, m.dew, moisturenoun3rd declensionExtra
rosarosae, f.rosenoun1st declensionExtra
rotarotae, f.wheelnoun1st declensionExtra
rubeorubere, rubuiam redverb2nd conjugationExtra
ruberrubra, rubrumredadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
rudisrudecoarse, unpolished, unskilledadjective3rd patternExtra
ruinaruinae, f.ruin, destructionnoun1st declensionExtra
rumorrumoris, m.rumour, general opinionnoun3rd declensionExtra
rumporumpere, rupi, ruptumbreak, burst, break throughverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
ruoruere, rui, rutumrush, fall downverb3rd conjugationExtra
rupesrupis, f.rocknoun3rd declensionExtra
rursusback, againadverb2. OCR AS
rusruris, n.country, countrysidenoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
rusticusrustica, rusticumof the country, rural, rusticadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
sacersacra, sacrumsacred, holy, consecratedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
sacerdossacerdotis, m./f.priest, priestessnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
sacrumsacri, n.religious rite, ceremony (oft pl)noun2nd declensionExtra
saeculumsaeculi, n.generation, agenoun2nd declensionExtra
saepeoftenadverb1. OCR GCSE
saeviosaevire, saevii, saevitumto be fierce, to be angryverb4th conjugationExtra
saevussaeva, saevum savage, crueladjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
sagittasaggitae, f.arrownoun1st declensionExtra
saltosaltare, saltavi, saltatumdanceverb1st conjugationExtra
saltussaltus, m.leap, pasture-landnoun4th declensionExtra
salussalutis , f.health, safety, greetingnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
salutosalutare, salutavi, salutatumgreet, saluteverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
salvussalva, salvumsafeadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
sanctussancta, sanctumholy, sacred, virtuousadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
sanecertainly, trulyadverbExtra
sanguineussanguinea, sanguineumbloody, of blood, blood-redadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
sanguissanguinis , m.bloodnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
sanosanare, sanavi, sanatumheal, cureverb1st conjugationExtra
sanussana, sanumhealthy, whole, saneadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
sapienssapientiswise, sensibleadjective3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
sapientiasapientiae, f.wisdom, good sensenoun1st declension2. OCR AS
satietassatietatis, f.sufficiency, abundancenoun3rd declensionExtra
satisenoughadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
satisfaciosatisfacere, satisfeci, satisfactumsatisfyverb3rd conjugationExtra
sauciussaucia, sauciumwoundedadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
saxumsaxi, n.rocknoun2nd declensionExtra
sceleratusscelerata, sceleratumwicked, criminaladjective2-1-2 patternExtra
scelussceleris, n.crime, wickednessnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
scientiascientiae, f.knowledge, skill, expertisenoun1st declensionExtra
scioscire, scivi, scitumknowverb4th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
scriboscribere, scripsi, scriptumwriteverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
scutumscuti, n.shieldnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
sesuihimself, herself, itself, themselvespronoun1. OCR GCSE
secosecare, secui, sectumcutverb1st conjugationExtra
secundussecunda, secundum following, next, second, favourableadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
securussecura, securumuntroubled, free from care, secureadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
sedbutconjunction1. OCR GCSE
sedessedis , f.seat, temple, homenoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
sedulussedula, sedulumbusy, attentiveadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
segessegetis, f.corn, cropnoun3rd declensionExtra
segnissegnesluggish, inactive, lingering, slowadjective3rd patternExtra
semelonceadverb2. OCR AS
semperalwaysadverb1. OCR GCSE
senatorsenatoris , m.senatornoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
senatussenatus , m.senatenoun4th declension2. OCR AS
senectussenectutis, f.old agenoun3rd declensionExtra
senexsenis , m.old mannoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
senilissenilisaged, of old age, of an old manadjective3rd patternExtra
seniorsenioriselderadjective3rd patternExtra
sensussensus , m.sensation, feeling, understanding, judgement, meaningnoun4th declensionExtra
sententiasententiae, f.opinion, judgement, sentencenoun1st declension2. OCR AS
sentiosentire, sensi, sensumfeel, notice, hear, judgeverb4th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
sequorsequi, secutus sumfollow, pursue, attendverb deponent3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
serenusserena, serenumclear, bright; calmadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
sermosermonis, m.speech, conversation, discussionnoun3rd declensionExtra
serolateadverbExtra
servioservire, servii, servitum (+ dative)serveverb4th conjugationExtra
servitusservitutis, f.slaverynoun3rd declensionExtra
servoservare, servavi, servatumsave, protect, keepverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
servusservi, m.slavenoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
severussevera, severumserious, strict, severe, grimadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
siifconjunction1. OCR GCSE
sicthus, in this wayadverb1. OCR GCSE
siccussicca, siccumdryadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
sicutjust as, like, as, as ifadverb2. OCR AS
sidussideris, n.star, constellationnoun3rd declensionExtra
signa inferreattack, chargeverbphrase2. OCR AS
significosignificare, significavi, significatumindicate, mean, signifyverb1st conjugationExtra
signumsigni, n.sign, signal, standardnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
silentiumsilentii, n.silencenoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
sileosilere, siluiam silent, am stillverb2nd conjugationExtra
silvasilvae, f.wood, forestnoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
similissimilesimilar, likeadjective3rd pattern2. OCR AS
simulat the same time, togetheradverb1. OCR GCSE
simulac, simulatqueas soon asconjunction1. OCR GCSE
simulacrumsimulacri, n.image, shade, ghostnoun2nd declensionExtra
simulosimulare, simulavi, simulatumpretend, imitateverb1st conjugationExtra
sine(+ ablative)withoutpreposition1. OCR GCSE
singularissingularealone, singleadjective3rd patternExtra
singulisingulae, singulaone each, individualadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
sinistersinistra, sinistrumleft, on the left, unfavourableadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
sinistrasinistrae, f.left hand, left sidenoun1st declension2. OCR AS
sinosinere, sivi, situmallow, permitverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
sinussinus, m.lap, fold, curve, baynoun4th declensionExtra
sive, seu or if, whetherconjunction2. OCR AS
societassocietatis, f.alliancenoun3rd declensionExtra
sociussocii, m.ally, comrade, companionnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
sodalissoldalis, m.comradenoun3rd declensionExtra
solsolis , m.sun, sunlightnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
soleosolere, solitus sumam accustomedverbsemi-deponent1. OCR GCSE
sollicitosollicitare, sollicitavi, sollicitatumrouse, excite, disturbverb1st conjugationExtra
sollicitudosollicitudinis, f.anxiety, disquietnoun3rd declensionExtra
sollicitussollicita, sollicitumworried, anxiousadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
solumsoli, n.ground, floor, soilnoun2nd declensionExtra
solumonlyadverb2. OCR AS
solussola, solum alone, only, lonely, singleadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
solvosolvere, solvi, solutumloose, payverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
somniumsomnii, n.dreamnoun2nd declensionExtra
somnussomni, m.sleepnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
sonitussonitus , m.sound, noise, dinnoun4th declensionExtra
sonosonare, sonavi, sonatummake a noise, resoundverb1st conjugationExtra
sonussoni, m.noise, soundnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
soporsoporis, m.sleep, stupornoun3rd declensionExtra
sordidussordida, sordidumdirty, shabby, base, vileadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
sororsororis , f.sisternoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
sorssortis, f.lot, share, fortunenoun3rd declensionExtra
spargospargere, sparsi, sparsumscatter, sprinkleverb3rd conjugationExtra
spatiumspatii, n.interval, space, distancenoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
speciesspeciei, f.sight, appearance, likeness, ideanoun5th declensionExtra
spectaculumspectaculi, n.show, sight, spectaclenoun2nd declensionExtra
spectospectare, spectavi, spectatumlook at, watchverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
spernospernere, sprevi, spretumdespise, reject, scornverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
sperosperare, speravi, speratumhope, expectverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
spesspei, f.hopenoun5th declension1. OCR GCSE
spiritusspiritus , m.spirit, life, inspiration, breathnoun4th declensionExtra
spirospirare, spiravi, spiratumbreathe, blow, be aliveverb1st conjugationExtra
spoliospoliare, spoliavi, spoliatumrob, pillage, plunderverb1st conjugationExtra
spoliumspolii, n.booty, spoil(s)noun2nd declension2. OCR AS
statimat once, immediatelyadverb1. OCR GCSE
statiostationis, f.post, stationnoun3rd declensionExtra
statuastatuae, f.statue, imagenoun1st declensionExtra
statuostatuere, statui, statutumfix, determine, decide, arrangeverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
statusstatus , m.position, situationnoun4th declensionExtra
stellastellae, f.starnoun1st declensionExtra
sternosternere, stravi, stratumspread, scatterverb3rd conjugationExtra
stipendiumstipendii, n.pay, tax, military servicenoun2nd declensionExtra
stostare, steti, statumstand, stand firmverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
strepitusstrepitus , m.din, clatter, crashnoun4th declensionExtra
studeostudere, studui, studitum (+ dative)to be eager, to apply oneself, to study, to be devoted toverb2nd conjugationExtra
studiosusstudiosa, studiosumkeen, eager, devoted, enthusiastic, studiousadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
studiumstudii, n.eagerness, study, devotionnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
stultitiastultitiae, f.foolishness, follynoun1st declensionExtra
stultusstulta, stultum stupid, foolishadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
stupeostupere, stupuiam amazed, am dumbstruckverb2nd conjugationExtra
stuprumstupri, n.disgrace, dishonournoun2nd declensionExtra
suavissuavesweet, pleasantadjective3rd patternExtra
sub(+ ablative or accusative)under, beneath; up topreposition1. OCR GCSE
subeosubire, subii, subitumgo under, approach; come to mindverbirregularExtra
subigosubigere, subegi, subactumtame, conquer, subjugate, forceverb3rd conjugationExtra
subitosuddenlyadverb1. OCR GCSE
subsidiumsubsidii, n.support, aidnoun2nd declensionExtra
succedosuccedere, successi, successumcome after, follow in succession, approachverb3rd conjugationExtra
succurrosuccurrere, sucurri, sucursumhelpverb3rd conjugationExtra
sufferosufferre, sustuli, sublatumto bear up, to supportverbirregularExtra
sumesse, fui beverbirregular1. OCR GCSE
summussumma, summum highest, greatest, top (of)adjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
sumosumere, sumpsi, sumptumtake, take upverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
sumptussumptus , m.expense, costnoun4th declensionExtra
superbiasuperbiae, f.arrogancenoun1st declensionExtra
superbussuperba, superbumarrogant, overbearing, haughtyadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
superisuperorum, m.the gods, the heavenly onesnoun2nd declensionExtra
superiorsuperiushigher, former, older, greater, superioradjective3rd patternExtra
superosuperare, superavi, superatumovercome, overpowerverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
superstessuperstitis survivingadjective3rd patternExtra
supersumsuperesse, superfui (+ dative)be left, remain, surviveverbirregular2. OCR AS
superussupera, superum upper, higheradjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
supplexsupplicissuppliant, in humble entreatyadjective3rd patternExtra
suppliciumsupplicii, n.punishmentnoun2nd declensionExtra
supplicosupplicare, supplicavi, supplicatumentreat, beg humblyverb1st conjugationExtra
supra(+ accusative)above, beyondprepositionExtra
supremussuprema, supremumhighest, latest, finaladjective2-1-2 patternExtra
surgosurgere, surrexi, surrectumget up, stand up, riseverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
suscipiosuscipere, suscepi, susceptumtake up, undertake, begin, bearverb5th conjugation2. OCR AS
suspiciosuspicere, suspexi, suspectumsuspect, mistrust, look up atverb3rd conjugationExtra
suspiciosuspicionis, f.suspicion, mistrustnoun3rd declensionExtra
suspicorsuspicari, suspicatus summistrust, suspectverb deponent1st conjugation2. OCR AS
sustineosustinere, sustinui, sustentumto hold up, to support, to sustainverb2nd conjugationExtra
suussua, suum his (own), her (own), its (own), their (own)pronoun1. OCR GCSE
tabernatabernae, f.shop, innnoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
tabulatabulae, f.writing-tablet, account-book, painting, picturenoun1st declensionExtra
tacitustacita, tacitum quiet, silent, in silenceadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
taediumtaedii, n.weariness, boredomnoun2nd declensionExtra
talistalesuchadjective3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
tamsoadverb1. OCR GCSE
tamenhowever, nevertheless, yetadverb1. OCR GCSE
tamquamjust as, just as ifadverbExtra
tandemat last, finallyadverb1. OCR GCSE
tangotangere, tetigi, tactumtouchverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
tantumonlyadverb2. OCR AS
tantustanta, tantum so great, such a great, so muchadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
tardustarda, tardumslow, sluggish, deliberateadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
taurustauri, m.bullnoun2nd declensionExtra
tectumtecti, n.roof, housenoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
tegotegere, texi, tectumcover, protect, hideverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
tellustelluris, f.earth, landnoun3rd declensionExtra
telumteli, n.weapon, javelin, missilenoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
temererashly, heedlessly, at randomadverbExtra
temperantiatemperantiae, f.moderation, self-controlnoun1st declensionExtra
temperotemperare, temperavi, temperatumgovern, regulate, show restraintverb1st conjugationExtra
tempestastempestatis , f.weather, storm, timenoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
templumtempli, n.templenoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
temptotemptare, temptavi, temptatustry, test, make an attempt uponverb1st conjugationExtra
tempustemporis, n.timenoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
tendotendere, tetendi, tensumstretch, hold out, strain, aim forverb3rd conjugationExtra
tenebraetenebrarum, f.darkness, nightnoun1st declensionExtra
teneotenere, tenui, tentumhold, keep, maintainverb2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
tenertenera, tenerumsoft, delicate, tenderadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
tentotentare, tenatavi, tentatumtry, test, assailverb1st conjugationExtra
tenuistenuethin, fine, slightadjective3rd patternExtra
tepeotepere, tepuibe warm; feel loveverb2nd conjugationExtra
tepidustepida, tepidumwarmadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
terthree timesadverbExtra
terga vertoretreatverbphrase2. OCR AS
tergumtergi, n.back, rearnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
terraterrae, f.ground, land, earthnoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
terreoterrere, terrui, territumfrightenverb2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
terrorterroris , m.terror, panicnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
testimoniumtestimonii, n.evidence, testimony, witnessnoun2nd declensionExtra
testistestis, m./f.witnessnoun3rd declensionExtra
theatrumtheatri, n.theatrenoun2nd declensionExtra
timeotimere, timui fear, be afraidverb2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
timidustimida, timidumfearfuladjective2-1-2 patternExtra
timortimoris , m.fear, anxietynoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
tolerotolerare, toleravi, toleratumbear, put up with, endureverb1st conjugationExtra
tollotollere, sustuli, sublatumraise, lift up, remove, destroyverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
tormentumtormenti, n.torturenoun2nd declensionExtra
torustori, m.couch, bed, marriage- bednoun2nd declensionExtra
totso manyadjectiveindeclinable1. OCR GCSE
totiensso oftenadverbExtra
totustota, totum the whole, entire, alladjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
tractotractare, tractavi, tractatumhandle, treat, manageverb1st conjugationExtra
tradotradere, tradidi, traditumhand over, entrust, hand down, surrenderverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
traducotraducere, traduxi, traductumlead across, transferverb3rd conjugationExtra
trahotrahere, traxi, tractumpull, drag, drawverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
trans(+ accusative)across, overpreposition1. OCR GCSE
transitustransitus , m.crossing over, passagenoun4th declensionExtra
tremotremere, tremui, tremitumshake, tremble (at)verb3rd conjugationExtra
trepidotrepidare, trepidavi, trepidatumtrembleverb1st conjugationExtra
trepidustrepida, trepidumanxiousadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
tribunustribuni, m.tribune, officernoun2nd declensionExtra
tribuotribuere, tribui, tributumassign, classify, allot, grantverb3rd conjugationExtra
tribustribus, f.tribenoun4th declensionExtra
trististristesad, gloomy, grimadjective3rd pattern1. OCR GCSE
triumphustriumphi, m.triumphnoun2nd declensionExtra
TroiaTroiae, f.Troynoun1st declensionExtra
TroianusTroiana, TroianumTrojanadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
trucidotrucidare, trucidavi, trucidatummassacreverb1st conjugationExtra
tutuiyou (singular)pronoun1. OCR GCSE
tueortueri, tuitus sumto gaze at, to watch, to watch over, to protectverb deponent2nd conjugationExtra
tumthen, nextadverb1. OCR GCSE
tumultustumultus , m.uproar, disturbance, civil warnoun4th declension2. OCR AS
turbaturbae, f.crowd, mob, disturbance, multitudenoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
turboturbare, turbavi, turbatumthrow indisorder, disturb, confuseverb1st conjugationExtra
turpisturpeugly, shameful, disgracefuladjective3rd patternExtra
turristurris, f.towernoun3rd declensionExtra
tutustuta, tutum safeadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
tuustua, tuum your (singular)pronoun1. OCR GCSE
ubiwhere?interrogative1. OCR GCSE
ubiwhere, whenadverb1. OCR GCSE
ubiqueeverywhereadverb2. OCR AS
ulciscorulcisci, ultus sumto punish, to take vengeance on, to avengeverb deponent3rd conjugationExtra
ullusulla, ullum anyadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
ulteriorulteriusfarther away, more distant, furtheradjective3rd patternExtra
ultimusultima, ultimum furthest, last, utmostadjective2-1-2 pattern2. OCR AS
ultrabeyond, farther, besidesadverbExtra
ultroof one’s own accordadverbExtra
umbraumbrae, f.shadow, shade, ghostnoun1st declensionExtra
umbrosusumbrosa, umbrosumshadyadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
umerusumeri, m.shouldernoun2nd declensionExtra
umidusumida, umidumdamp, moist, wetadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
umquameveradverb1. OCR GCSE
unatogetheradverb2. OCR AS
undaundae, f.wavenoun1st declension2. OCR AS
undefrom where?, whence?interrogative1. OCR GCSE
undiquefrom all sides, on all sidesadverb2. OCR AS
universusuniversa, universumall, the whole ofadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
urbanusurbana, urbanumof the city, elegant, courteous,city-dwelleradjective2-1-2 patternExtra
urbsurbis , f.city, town, Romenoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
urgeourgere, ursito press on, to push forward, to crowdverb2nd conjugationExtra
urourere, ussi, ustumburnverb3rd conjugationExtra
usqueall the way, right up to, continuouslyadverb2. OCR AS
usui est(+ dative)it is usefulverbphrase2. OCR AS
usususus , m.use, experience, practicenoun4th declension2. OCR AS
ut(+ subjunctive)that, so that, toconjunction1. OCR GCSE
ut(+ indicative)as, where, when, howconjunction1. OCR GCSE
uter?utra, utrum which (of two)?pronoun2. OCR AS
uterqueutraque, utrumque each (of two), bothpronoun2. OCR AS
utlilisutileusefuladjective3rd patternExtra
utoruti, usus sum + ablativeuse, enjoyverb deponent3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
utrimquefrom both sides, on both sidesadverbExtra
utrumwhetheradverb2. OCR AS
uvidusuvida, uvidumdamp, moist, wetadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
uxoruxoris , f.wifenoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
vaccavaccae, f.cownoun1st declensionExtra
vacovacare, vacavi, vacatumbe empty, be freeverb1st conjugationExtra
vacuusvacua, vacuumemptyadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
vadovadere, vasigo, rushverb3rd conjugationExtra
vadumvadi, n.shallow water, fordnoun2nd declensionExtra
vagorvagari, vagatus sumto wander, to roamverb deponent1st conjugationExtra
valdegreatly, veryadverbExtra
valeovalere, valui, valitumbe strong, have influenceverb2nd conjugation2. OCR AS
valetudovaletudinis, f.health, soundnessnoun3rd declensionExtra
validusvalida, validum strong, powerfuladjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
vallisvallis, f.valleynoun3rd declensionExtra
vallumvalli, n.rampartnoun2nd declensionExtra
vanusvana, vanumempty, idle, uselessadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
varietasvarietatis, f.difference, diversitynoun3rd declensionExtra
variusvaria, variumdiverse, different, changingadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
vasvasis, n.vessel, utensil, equipmentnoun2nd declensionExtra
vastovastare, vastavi, vastatumlay wasteverb1st conjugationExtra
vastusvasta, vastumvast, immense, empty, desolateadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
vatesvatis, m.prophet; poet, bardnoun3rd declensionExtra
ve (suffix)orconjunction2. OCR AS
vehementerviolently, loudly, stronglyadverb1. OCR GCSE
vehovehere, vexi, vectumcarry, bear, conveyverb3rd conjugation2. OCR AS
velor, eitherconjunction2. OCR AS
velavelorum, n.sailsnoun2nd declensionExtra
velovelare, velavi, velatumcover, clothe, concealverb1st conjugationExtra
veloxvelocisswift, quickadjective3rd patternExtra
velutjust as, like, as, as ifadverb2. OCR AS
vendovendere, vendidi, venditumsellverb3rd conjugationExtra
venenumveneni, n.poisonnoun2nd declensionExtra
venerorvenerari, veneratus sumto revere, to worshipverb deponent1st conjugationExtra
veniaveniae, f.grace, pardon, favournoun1st declensionExtra
veniovenire, veni, ventumcomeverb4th conjugation1. OCR GCSE
ventusventi, m.windnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
VenusVeneris, f.Venus ( goddess of love); lovenoun3rd declensionExtra
ververis, n.spring (season)noun3rd declensionExtra
verbumverbi, n.wordnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
vereorvereri, veritus sumfear, be afraidverb deponent2nd conjugation2. OCR AS
veritasveritatis, f.truthnoun3rd declensionExtra
veroindeed, in fact, howeveradverb2. OCR AS
versusversus , m.versenoun4th declensionExtra
vertovertere, verti, versumturnverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
verusvera, verum true, realadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
vespervesperi, m.eveningnoun2nd declension2. OCR AS
vespervesperis , m.eveningnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
vestervestra, vestrum your (pl)pronoun1. OCR GCSE
vestigiumvestigii, n.footprint, track, tracenoun2nd declensionExtra
vestioverstire, vestivi, vestitumto dress, to clotheverb4th conjugationExtra
vestisvestis , f.clothingnoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
vetovetare, vetui, vetitumforbid, order notverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
vetusveterisoldadjective3rd pattern2. OCR AS
vexovexare, vexavi, vexatumannoyverb1st conjugationExtra
viaviae, f.street, road, way, pathnoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
vicinusvicina, vicinumnearby, neighbouringadjective2-1-2 patternExtra
victorvictoris , m.victor, conquerornoun3rd declension2. OCR AS
victoriavictoriae, f.victorynoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
victusvictus , m.food, nourishment, way of lifenoun4th declensionExtra
vicusvici, m.village, streetnoun2nd declensionExtra
videovidere, vidi, visumseeverb2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
videorvideri, visus sumseem, appear, be seenverb deponent2nd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
vigiliavigiliae, f.watch, wakefulnessnoun1st declensionExtra
vigilovigilare, vigilavi, vigilatumkeep awake, watch, be viligantverb1st conjugationExtra
villavillae, f.country-house, estate, farmnoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
vinciovincire, vinxi, vinctumto bind, to restrain, to encircleverb4th conjugationExtra
vincovincere, vici, victumconquer, defeat, win, be victoriousverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
vinculumvinculi, n.bond, fetter, chain (pl. prison)noun2nd declensionExtra
vindicovindicare, vindicavi, vindicatumpunish, avenge, set free, lay claim toverb1st conjugationExtra
vineavineae, f.vineyard, mantletnoun1st declensionExtra
vinumvini, n.winenoun2nd declensionExtra
violoviolare, violavi, violatumharm, violateverb1st conjugationExtra
virviri, m.man, husbandnoun2nd declension1. OCR GCSE
viresvirium, f.strength, forcenoun3rd declensionExtra
virgovirginis, f.girl, maidennoun3rd declensionExtra
viridisviridegreenadjective3rd patternExtra
virtusvirtutis , f.courage, virtuenoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
vispl vires, f force, violence; (pl) strength, forcesnounirregular2. OCR AS
visovisere, visi, visumvisit, look atverb3rd conjugationExtra
vitavitae, f.lifenoun1st declension1. OCR GCSE
vitiumvitii, n.fault, errornoun2nd declensionExtra
vitovitare, vitavi, vitatumavoidverb1st conjugation2. OCR AS
vivovivere, vixi, victumlive, be alive, (+ ablative) live onverb3rd conjugation1. OCR GCSE
vivusviva, vivum alive, livingadjective2-1-2 pattern1. OCR GCSE
vixhardly, scarcely, with difficultyadverb2. OCR AS
vocovocare, vocavi, vocatumcall, summon, invite, nameverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
volovelle, volui want, wish, be willing, intendverbirregular1. OCR GCSE
volucrisvolucris, f.birdnoun3rd declensionExtra
voluntasvoluntatis, f.will, wish, choice, inclinationnoun3rd declensionExtra
voluptasvoluptatis, f.pleasure, delight, enjoymentnoun3rd declensionExtra
volvovolvere, volvi, volutumroll, turn over, revolveverb3rd conjugationExtra
vosvestrum / vestriyou (plural)pronoun1. OCR GCSE
votumvoti, n.vow, promise, wish, prayernoun2nd declensionExtra
voxvocis , f.voice, shout, wordnoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
vulgopublicly, generallyadverbExtra
vulgusvulgi, m.common people, multitude, throng, rabblenoun2nd declensionExtra
vulnerovulnerare, vulneravi, vulneratumwound, injureverb1st conjugation1. OCR GCSE
vulnusvulneris, n.wound, injurynoun3rd declension1. OCR GCSE
vultusvultus , m.face, expressionnoun4th declension1. OCR GCSE
ZephyrusZephyri, m.the west windnoun2nd declensionExtra