Latin GCSE Word List (OCR)


Latin GCSE Word List (OCR)

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deusnoundeigod2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
navigoverbnavigare, navigavisail1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
possumverbposse, potuican, be ableirregularEng-Lat sentences only
aliusadjectivealia, aliudother, another, elseother
vehementeradverbviolently, loudly
nemonounneminisno one, nobodyirregular
primoadverbat first
silvanounsilvae, f.wood1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
libenteradverbwillingly, gladly
decemnumberten
audeoverbaudere, ausus sumdare2nd conjugation
felixadjectivefelicisfortunate, happy3rd declension pattern
spectoverbspectare, spectavi, spectatuslook at, watch1st conjugation
virnounviriman2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
olimadverbonce, some time ago
hortusnounhortigarden2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
taceoverbtacere, tacui, tacitusbe silent, be quiet2nd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
domusnoundomus, f. (domi = at home)home4th declension
quamquamconjunctionalthough
tantusadjectivetanta, tantumso great, such a great2-1-2 pattern
donumnoundonigift, present2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
lacrimoverblacrimare, lacrimaviweep, cry1st conjugation
novusadjectivenova, novumnew2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
saevusadjectivesaeva, saevumsavage, cruel2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
facilisadjectivefacileeasy3rd declension pattern
nuncadverbnow
vivoverbvivere, vixilive, be alive3rd conjugation
nautanounnautae, m.sailor1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
quando?interrogativewhen?Eng-Lat sentences only
sedconjunctionbut
maximeadverbvery greatly
illepronounilIa, illudthat, he, she, it
quis?interrogativequid?who? what?
terreoverbterrere, terrui, territusfrighten2nd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
faveoverbfavere, favi, fautus (+ dative)favour, support2nd conjugation
tabernanountabernae, f.shop, inn1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
paroverbparare, paravi, paratusprepare1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
quinquenumberfive
locusnounlociplace2nd declension masculine
inpreposition(+ accusative) (also used as a prefix)into, onto(+ accusative)Eng-Lat sentences only
discedoverbdiscedere, discessidepart, leave3rd conjugation
promittoverbpromittere, promisi, promissuspromise3rd conjugation
fraternounfratris, m.brother3rd declension m./f.
RomanounRomae, f. (Romae: at/in Rome)Rome1st declension
timeoverbtimere, timuifear, be afraid2nd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
gensnoungentis, f.family, tribe, race, people3rd declension m./f.
clarusadjectiveclara, clarumfamous, clear2-1-2 pattern
defendoverbdefendere, defendi, defensusdefend3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
etiamadverbalso, even
malusadjectivemala, malumevil, bad2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
noloverbnolle, noluinot want, refuseirregular
qualis?interrogativequalewhat sort of?
villanounvillae, f.house, country villa1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
perpreposition(+ accusative)through, along(+ accusative)
monsnounmontis, m.mountain3rd declension m./f.
intereaadverbmeanwhile
luxnounlucis, f.light, daylight3rd declension m./f.
tamenadverbhowever
propepreposition(+ accusative)near(+ accusative)
cibusnouncibifood2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
modusnounmodimanner, way, kind2nd declension masculine
praemiumnounpraemiiprize, reward, profit2nd declension neuter
rideoverbridere, risilaugh, smile2nd conjugation
celeradjectiveceleris, celerequick, fast3rd declension pattern
dominusnoundominimaster2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
inpreposition(+ ablative) (also used as a prefix)in, on(+ ablative)Eng-Lat sentences only
ingensadjectiveingentishuge3rd declension pattern
rapioverbrapere, rapui, raptusseize, grab5th/mixed conjugation
petoverbpetere, petivi, petitusmake for, seek, beg/ask for3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
crudelisadjectivecrudelecruel3rd declension pattern
descendoverbdescendere, descendi, descensusgo down, come down3rd conjugation
servoverbservare, servavi, servatussave, protect, keep1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
scelestusadjectivescelesta, scelestumwicked2-1-2 pattern
itaqueconjunctionand so, therefore
vulneroverbvulnerare, vulneravi, vulneratuswound, injure1st conjugation
dominanoundominae, f.mistress1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
laboroverblaborare, laboraviwork1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
coepiverbcoepissebeginirregular
consiliumnounconsiliiplan, idea, advice2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
postridieadverbon the next day
dirusadjectivedira, dirumdreadful2-1-2 pattern
hodieadverbtoday
persuadeoverbpersuadere, persuasi (+ dative)persuade2nd conjugation
imperatornounimperatoris, m.emperor, general, leader3rd declension m./f.
spesnounspei, f.hope5th declension
egrediorverbegredi, egressus sum (3)go outdeponent
caelumnouncaelisky, heaven2nd declension neuter
salutoverbsalutare, salutavi, salutatusgreet1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
simulac, simulatque conjunctionas soon as
manusnounmanus, f.hand, group of people4th declension
occidoverboccidere, occidi, occisuskill3rd conjugation
verbumnounverbiword2nd declension neuter
progrediorverbprogredi, progressus sum (3)advancedeponent
murusnounmuriwall2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
quaeroverbquaerere, quaesivi, quaesitussearch for, look for, ask3rd conjugation
regoverbregere, rexi, rectusrule3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
capioverbcapere, cepi, captustake, catch, capture5th/mixed conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
omnisadjectiveomneall, every3rd declension pattern
tupronountuiyou (singular)
ianuanounianuae, f.door1st declension
diesnoundiei, m.day5th declension
propterpreposition(+ accusative)on account of, because of(+ accusative)
victorianounvictoriae, f.victory1st declension
emoverbemere, emi, emptusbuy3rd conjugation
morsnounmortis, f.death3rd declension m./f.
soleoverbsolere, solitus sumbe accustomed2nd conjugation
inimicusnouninimicienemy2nd declension masculine
turbanounturbae, f.crowd1st declension
a, ab preposition(+ ablative) (also a prefix)from, away from, by(+ ablative)Eng-Lat sentences only
referoverbreferre, rettuli, relatusbring/carry back, report, tellirregular
flumennounfluminisriver3rd declension neuter
audaxadjectiveaudacisbold, daring3rd declension pattern
bonusadjectivebona, bonumgood2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
infelixadjectiveinfelicisunlucky, unhappy3rd declension pattern
imperiumnounimperiicommand, power, empire2nd declension neuter
subitoadverbsuddenlyEng-Lat sentences only
caputnouncapitishead3rd declension neuter
urbsnounurbis, f.city, town3rd declension m./f.
facioverbfacere, feci, factusmake, do5th/mixed conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
iuvenisnouniuvenis, m.young man3rd declension m./f.
maneoverbmanere, mansiremain, stay2nd conjugation
loquorverbloqui, locutus sum (3)speakdeponent
debeoverbdebere, debui, debitusowe, ought, should, must2nd conjugation
statimadverbat once, immediatelyEng-Lat sentences only
auxiliumnounauxiliihelp2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
vospronounvestrumyou (plural)
namconjunctionfor
semperadverbalwaysEng-Lat sentences only
libertusnounlibertifreedman, ex-slave2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
oppugnoverboppugnare, oppugnavi, oppugnatusattack1st conjugation
postquamconjunctionafter, when
quattuornumberfour
num...?interrogativesurely ... not?
appropinquoverbappropinquare, appropinquavi (+ dative)approach, come near to1st conjugation
utconjunction(+ subjunctive)that, so that, in order that
introverbintrare, intravi, intratusenter1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
putoverbputare, putavi, putatusthink1st conjugation
copiaenouncopiarum, f. (plural only)forces, troops1st declension
miseradjectivemisera, miserummiserable, wretched, sad2-1-2 pattern
iratusadjectiveirata, iratumangry2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
exspectoverbexspectare, exspectavi, exspectatuswait for1st conjugation
celoverbcelare, celavi, celatushide1st conjugation
iterumadverbagain
nonnulliadjectivenonnullae, nonnullasome, several2-1-2 pattern
portoverbportare, portavi, portatuscarry1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
circumpreposition(+ accusative)around(+ accusative)
resistoverbresistere, restiti (+ dative)resist3rd conjugation
nospronounnostrumwe, us
proficiscorverbproficisci, profectus sum (3)set outdeponent
proeliumnounproeliibattle2nd declension neuter
patrianounpatriae, f.country, homeland1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
heriadverbyesterday
necoverbnecare, necavi, necatuskill1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
primusadjectiveprima, primumfirst2-1-2 pattern
libernounlibribook2nd declension masculine
adsumverbadesse, adfuibe here, be presentirregular
sentioverbsentire, sensi, sensusfeel, notice4th conjugation
templumnountemplitemple2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
ingrediorverbingredi, ingressus sum (3)enterdeponent
moneoverbmonere, monui, monituswarn, advise2nd conjugation
transpreposition(+ accusative) (also used as a prefix)across(+ accusative)
invenioverbinvenire, inveni, inventusfind4th conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
senexnounsenis, m.old man3rd declension m./f.
legoverblegere, legi, lectusread, choose3rd conjugation
numinterrogativewhether
ducoverbducere, duxi, ductuslead, take3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
surgoverbsurgere, surrexiget up, stand up, rise3rd conjugation
servusnounservislave2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
quipronounquae, quodwho, which
redeoverbredire, rediigo back, come back, returnirregular
dicoverbdicere, dixi, dictussay3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
totadjectiveso manyother
vulnusnounvulneriswound3rd declension neuter
quodconjunctionbecause
custodioverbcustodire, custodivi, custoditusguard4th conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
ibiadverbthere
virtusnounvirtutis, f.courage, virtue3rd declension m./f.
duonumberduae, duotwo
videorverbvideri, visus sum (2)seem, appeardeponent
maritusnounmaritihusband2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
equusnounequihorse2nd declension masculine
multoadverb(by) much
arsnounartis, f.art, skill3rd declension m./f.
vinumnounviniwine2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
amoverbamare, amavi, amatuslove, like1st conjugation
respondeoverbrespondere, respondi, responsusreply2nd conjugation
tolloverbtollere, sustuli, sublatusraise, lift up, hold up3rd conjugation
maloverbmalle, maluipreferirregular
iaceoverbiacere, iacuilie2nd conjugation
uxornounuxoris, f.wife3rd declension m./f.
filiusnounfiliison2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
pereoverbperire, periidie, perishirregular
tandemadverbat last, finallyEng-Lat sentences only
totusadjectivetota, totumwhole2-1-2 pattern
liberinounliberorum (plural only)children2nd declension masculine
gaudeoverbgaudere, gavisus sumbe pleased, rejoice2nd conjugation
sicadverbthus, in this way
gladiusnoungladiisword2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
iacioverbiacere, ieci, iactus (in compounds -icio)throw5th/mixed conjugation
credoverbcredere, credidi, creditus (+ dative)believe, trust3rd conjugation
filianounfiliae, f.daughter1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
tumadverbthen
ac, atque conjunctionand
cur?interrogativewhy?Eng-Lat sentences only
meuspronounmea, meummy
nullusadjectivenulla, nullumnot any, no2-1-2 pattern
curroverbcurrere, cucurri, cursusrun3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
gravisadjectivegraveheavy, serious3rd declension pattern
parsnounpartis, f.part3rd declension m./f.
noxnounnoctis, f.night3rd declension m./f.
quidampronounquaedam, quoddamone, a certain, some
amornounamoris, m.love3rd declension m./f.
navisnounnavis, f.ship3rd declension m./f.
opprimoverbopprimere, oppressi, oppressuscrush, overwhelm3rd conjugation
forumnounforiforum, market place2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
feroxadjectiveferocisfierce, ferocious3rd declension pattern
subpreposition(+ accusative)under, beneath(+ accusative)
inquitverbhe/she says, he/she saidirregular
offeroverbofferre, obtuli, oblatusofferirregular
quamadverb(+ superlative)as...as possible
relinquoverbrelinquere, reliqui, relictusleave, leave behind3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
postpreposition(+ accusative)after, behind(+ accusative)
pauciadjectivepaucae, paucafew, a few2-1-2 pattern
agoverbagere, egi, actusdo, act, drive3rd conjugation
deindeadverbthen
mittoverbmittere, misi, missussend3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
etconjunctionandEng-Lat sentences only
que (suffix)conjunctionandEng-Lat sentences only
sinepreposition(+ ablative)without(+ ablative)
e, ex preposition(+ ablative) (also used as a prefix)from, out of, out(+ ablative)Eng-Lat sentences only
umquamadverbever
nonne ... ?interrogativesurely ... ?
doverbdare, dedi, datusgive1st conjugation
nuntiusnounnuntiimessenger, message, news2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
biboverbbibere, bibidrink3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
igiturconjunctiontherefore, and so
puernounpueriboy2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
comesnouncomitis, m. or f.comrade, companion3rd declension m./f.
sedeoverbsedere, sedisit2nd conjugation
centumnumberhundred
habeoverbhabere, habui, habitushave2nd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
enimconjunctionfor
paeneadverbalmost, nearly
portanounportae, f.gate1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
senatornounsenatoris, m.senator3rd declension m./f.
laetusadjectivelaeta, laetumhappy2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
stoverbstare, stetistand1st conjugation
moveoverbmovere, movi, motusmove2nd conjugation
septemnumberseven
dumconjunctionwhile, until
resnounrei, f.thing, matter, event5th declension
beneadverbwellEng-Lat sentences only
idempronouneadem, idemthe same
solusadjectivesola, solumalone, lonely, only, on one's own2-1-2 pattern
cognoscoverbcognoscere, cognovi, cognitusget to know, find out3rd conjugation
hicpronounhaec, hocthis, he, she, it
milesnounmilitis, m.soldier3rd declension m./f.
mediusadjectivemedia, mediummiddle2-1-2 pattern
suuspronounsua, suumhis, her, its, their (own)
mirorverbmirari, miratus sum (1)wonder at, admiredeponent
adeoadverbso much, so greatly
rogoverbrogare, rogavi, rogatusask, ask for1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
consumoverbconsumere, consumpsi, consumptuseat3rd conjugation
novemnumbernine
propreposition(+ ablative)in front of, for, in return for(+ ablative)
effugioverbeffugere, effugiescape5th/mixed conjugation
annusnounanniyear2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
tempestasnountempestatis, f.storm3rd declension m./f.
quamconjunctionthan
dormioverbdormire, dormivisleep4th conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
horanounhorae, f.hour1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
interficioverbinterficere, interfeci, interfectuskill5th/mixed conjugation
maternounmatris, f.mother3rd declension m./f.
laudoverblaudare, laudavi, laudatuspraise1st conjugation
cumpreposition(+ ablative)with(+ ablative)Eng-Lat sentences only
auferoverbauferre, abstuli, ablatustake away, carry off, stealirregular
lentusadjectivelenta, lentumslow2-1-2 pattern
scioverbscire, scivi, scitusknow4th conjugation
anteaadverbbefore
intellegoverbintellegere, intellexi, intellectusunderstand, realise3rd conjugation
altusadjectivealta, altumhigh, deep2-1-2 pattern
moriorverbmori, mortuus sum (3)diedeponent
octonumbereight
paxnounpacis, f.peace3rd declension m./f.
re-preposition(used as a prefix)backprefix
vendoverbvendere, vendidi, venditussell3rd conjugation
labornounlaboris, m.work3rd declension m./f.
civisnouncivis, m. or f.citizen3rd declension m./f.
nisiconjunctionunless, except
perterritusadjectiveperterrita, perterritumterrified2-1-2 pattern
tuuspronountua, tuumyour (singular), yours
bellumnounbelliwar2nd declension neuter
magnusadjectivemagna, magnumbig, large, great2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
doceoverbdocere, docui, doctusteach2nd conjugation
insulanouninsulae, f.island, block of flats1st declension
ascendoverbascendere, ascendi, ascensusclimb3rd conjugation
tradoverbtradere, tradidi, traditushand over3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
legionounlegionis, f.legion3rd declension m./f.
ne (suffix)interrogative(introduces an open question)
sumverbesse, fuibeirregularEng-Lat sentences only
frustraadverbin vain
ponoverbponere, posui, positusput, place, put up3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
quot?interrogativehow many?
terranounterrae, f.ground, land, country1st declension
regnumnounregnikingdom2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
egopronounmeiI, me
feminanounfeminae, f.woman1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
narroverbnarrare, narravi, narratustell, relate1st conjugation
subpreposition(+ ablative)under, beneath(+ ablative)
scriboverbscribere, scripsi, scriptuswrite3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
vertoverbvertere, verti, versusturn3rd conjugation
tristisadjectivetristesad3rd declension pattern
aedificoverbaedificare, aedificavi, aedificatusbuild1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
armanounarmorum (plural only)arms, weapons2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
sexnumbersix
tamadverbso
nec, nequeconjunctionand not, nor, neither
hostisnounhostis, m.enemy3rd declension m./f.
validusadjectivevalida, validumstrong2-1-2 pattern
RomanusadjectiveRomana, RomanumRoman2-1-2 pattern
teneoverbtenere, tenui, tentushold2nd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
talisadjectivetalesuch3rd declension pattern
multusadjectivemulta, multummuch, many2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
habitoverbhabitare, habitavi, habitatuslive1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
iternounitinerisjourney3rd declension neuter
cenanouncenae, f.dinner, meal1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
vocoverbvocare, vocavi, vocatuscall1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
duxnounducis, m.leader3rd declension m./f.
conficioverbconficere, confeci, confectusfinish, wear out5th/mixed conjugation
poenanounpoenae, f.punishment1st declension
advenioverbadvenire, adveniarrive4th conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
liberoverbliberare, liberavi, liberatusset free1st conjugation
millenumberthousand
sanguisnounsanguinis, m.blood3rd declension m./f.
eoverbire, i(v)igoirregular
custosnouncustodis, m. or f.guard3rd declension m./f.
corpusnouncorporisbody3rd declension neuter
quomodo?interrogativehow?
imperoverbimperare, imperavi, imperatus + dativeorder, command1st conjugation
cogoverbcogere, coegi, coactusforce, compel3rd conjugation
saepeadverboftenEng-Lat sentences only
geroverbgerere, gessi, gestuswear (clothes), wage (war)3rd conjugation
rexnounregis, m.king3rd declension m./f.
procedoverbprocedere, processiadvance, proceed3rd conjugation
trahoverbtrahere, traxi, tractusdrag3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
itaadverbin this way, to such an extent, so
quantus?interrogativequanta? quantum?how big? how much?
homonounhominis, m.man, human being3rd declension m./f.
proximusadjectiveproxima, proximumnearest, next to2-1-2 pattern
nomennounnominisname3rd declension neuter
alteradjectivealtera, alterumthe other, another, the second of twoother
periculumnounpericulidanger2nd declension neuterEng-Lat sentences only
crasadverbtomorrow
minimeadverbvery little, least, no
fidelisadjectivefidelefaithful, loyal3rd declension pattern
stultusadjectivestulta, stultumstupid, foolish2-1-2 pattern
contrapreposition(+ accusative)against(+ accusative)Eng-Lat sentences only
consulnounconsulis, m.consul3rd declension m./f.
voxnounvocis, f.voice, shout3rd declension m./f.
vesterpronounvestra, vestrum your (plural), yours
deleoverbdelere, delevi, deletusdestroy2nd conjugation
ancillanounancillae, f.slave-girl, slave-woman1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
et ... etconjunctionboth ... and
quo?interrogativeto where?
siconjunctionif
exercitusnounexercitus, m.army4th declension
iranounirae, f.anger1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
patiorverbpati, passus sum (3)suffer, enduredeponent
videoverbvidere, vidi, visussee2nd conjugation
iamadverbnow, already
tempusnountemporistime3rd declension neuter
constituoverbconstituere, constitui, constitutusdecide3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
fugioverbfugere, fugirun away, flee5th/mixed conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
gaudiumnoungaudiijoy, pleasure2nd declension neuter
interpreposition(+ accusative)among, between(+ accusative)
ecce!adverblook!
accipioverbaccipere, accepi, acceptusaccept, take in, receive5th/mixed conjugation
speroverbsperare, speravi, speratushope, expect1st conjugation
regrediorverbregredi, regressus sum (3)go back, returndeponent
ambuloverbambulare, ambulaviwalk1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
convenioverbconvenire, convenicome together, gather, meet4th conjugation
sequorverbsequi, secutus sum (3)followdeponent
deanoundeae, f.goddess1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
incendoverbincendere, incendi, incensusburn, set on fire3rd conjugation
ubiadverbwhen
ceteriadjectiveceterae, ceterathe rest, the others2-1-2 pattern
sepronounsuihimself, herself, itself, themselves
tresnumbertres, triathree
summusadjectivesumma, summumhighest, greatest, top (of)2-1-2 pattern
clamornounclamoris, m.shout, shouting, noise3rd declension m./f.
captivusnouncaptivicaptive, prisoner2nd declension masculine
quam?interrogativehow?
festinoverbfestinare, festinavihurry1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
fortisadjectivefortebrave3rd declension pattern
venioverbvenire, veni come4th conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
conspicioverbconspicere, conspexi, conspectuscatch sight of, notice5th/mixed conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
invitoverbinvitare, invitavi, invitatusinvite1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
punioverbpunire, punivi, punituspunish4th conjugation
posteaadverbafterwards
pecunianounpecuniae, f.money1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
cumconjunctionwhen, since
brevisadjectivebreveshort, brief3rd declension pattern
unde?interrogativefrom where?
depreposition(+ ablative)from, down from, about(+ ablative)
oroverborare, oravi, oratusbeg1st conjugation
diuadverbfor a long timeEng-Lat sentences only
diligensadjectivediligentiscareful3rd declension pattern
vianounviae, f.street, road, way1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
animusnounanimispirit, soul, mind2nd declension masculine
neconjunction(+ subjunctive)that ... not, so that ... not, that, lest
forteadverbby chance
reginanounreginae, f.queen1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
nonadverbnotEng-Lat sentences only
feroverbferre, tuli, latusbring, carry, bearirregular
paternounpatris, m.father3rd declension m./f.
vitanounvitae, f.life1st declension
voloverbvelle, voluiwantirregular
parvusadjectiveparva, parvumsmall2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
alii ... aliipronounsome ... others
nihilnounnothingirregular
curanouncurae, f.care, worry1st declension
pelloverbpellere, pepuli, pulsusdrive3rd conjugation
quoqueconjunctionalso, too
superoverbsuperare, superavi, superatusovercome, overpower1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
nuntioverbnuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatusannounce1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
iubeoverbiubere, iussi, iussusorder2nd conjugation
amicusnounamicifriend2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
unusnumberuna, unumone
nescioverbnescire, nescivinot know4th conjugation
numquamadverbnever
longusadjectivelonga, longumlong2-1-2 patternEng-Lat sentences only
ipsepronounipsa, ipsumhimself, herself, itself, themselves
cupioverbcupere, cupivi, cupituswant, desire5th/mixed conjugation
absumverbabesse, afuiam absent, am away, am distant fromirregular
ispronounea, idthis, that, he, she, it, them
castranouncastrorum (plural only)camp2nd declension neuter
quam!adverbhow!
adpreposition(+ accusative) (also a prefix)to, towards, at(+ accusative)Eng-Lat sentences only
cogitoverbcogitare, cogitavi, cogitatusthink, consider1st conjugation
nosterpronounnostra, nostrumour
pugnoverbpugnare, pugnavifight1st conjugation
saceradjectivesacra, sacrumsacred2-1-2 pattern
difficilisadjectivedifficiledifficult3rd declension pattern
agernounagrifield2nd declension masculineEng-Lat sentences only
reddoverbreddere, reddidi, redditusgive back, restore3rd conjugation
princepsnounprincipis, m.chief, emperor3rd declension m./f.
simuladverbat the same time
marenounmarissea3rd declension neuter
clamoverbclamare, clamavi, clamatusshout1st conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
scelusnounsceleriscrime3rd declension neuter
pulcheradjectivepulchra, pulchrumbeautiful, handsome2-1-2 pattern
accidoverbaccidere, accidihappen3rd conjugation
ubi?interrogativewhere?
puellanounpuellae, f.girl1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
epistulanounepistulae, f.letter1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
cadoverbcadere, cecidi, casusfall3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
aquanounaquae, f.water1st declensionEng-Lat sentences only
pesnounpedis, m.foot3rd declension m./f.
moxadverbsoon
utconjunction(+ indicative)as, when
conorverbconari, conatus sum (1)trydeponent
do poenasverbpoenas dare, dediam punished, pay the penalty1st conjugation
hortorverbhortari, hortatus sum (1)encourage, urgedeponent
ostendoverbostendere, ostendi, ostentusshow3rd conjugation
audioverbaudire, audivi, auditushear, listen to4th conjugationEng-Lat sentences only
vincoverbvincere, vici, victusconquer, win, be victorious3rd conjugationEng-Lat sentences only