High School Latin Vocab

High School Latin Vocab

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Section 1

(50 cards)

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Front

someone, something; anyone, anything

Back

loquor loqui locutus sum

Front

to talk, speak

Back

misereor misereri miseritus sum (gen)

Front

to have mercy (on)

Back

redeo redire redii reditus

Front

to return (eo)

Back

malo malle malui --

Front

to prefer

Back

egredior egredi egressus sum

Front

to go out (w/ e,ex)

Back

adorior adoriri adortus sum

Front

to rise towards, attack

Back

conor conari conatus sum

Front

to try, attempt (w/ inf)

Back

patior pati passus sum

Front

to suffer, allow

Back

quicumque quaecumque quodcumque

Front

whoever, whatever

Back

volo velle volui --

Front

to wish, be willing

Back

ineo inire inii initus

Front

to begin, enter upon, go into

Back

arbitror arbitrari arbitratus sum

Front

to think, consider

Back

orior oriri ortus sum

Front

to rise, arise

Back

transeo transire transii transitus

Front

to go across, cross, pass

Back

proficiscor proficisci profectus sum

Front

to set out (w/ ad), depart

Back

vereor vereri veritus sum

Front

to fear (deponent)

Back

adfero adferre adtuli adlatus

Front

to bring to, report w/ ad

Back

polliceor polliceri pollicitus sum

Front

to promise (w/ inf)

Back

progredior progredi progressus sum

Front

to advance, go forward, proceed

Back

molior moliri molitus sum

Front

to set in motion, undertake (deponent)

Back

eo ire ivi (ii) itus

Front

to go

Back

non sequitur

Front

it does not follow

Back

videor videri visus sum

Front

to seem (w/ inf)

Back

ordior ordiri orsus sum

Front

to begin

Back

hortor hortari hortatus sum

Front

to urge, consider, exhort (w/ inf), encourage

Back

nactus a um

Front

having obtained, having found

Back

gaudeo gaudēre gavisus sum

Front

to rejoice

Back

morior mori mortuus sum

Front

to die

Back

infero inferre intuli illatus (dat)

Front

to bring into, bring upon, inflict upon, inspire in

Back

nolo nolle nolui --

Front

to wish not, be unwilling

Back

fero ferre tuli latus

Front

to bear, carry, bring

Back

confero conferre contuli collatus

Front

to bring together, collect, compare

Back

fio fieri factus sum

Front

to become, be done, to be made, to happen

Back

mereor mereri meritus sum

Front

to earn, deserve

Back

soleo solēre solitus sum

Front

to be wont, accustomed (w/ inf)

Back

differo differre distuli dilatus

Front

to disperse, separate, scatter, put off, differ

Back

quisque quidque

Front

each (one, thing); every (one, thing)

Back

adeo adire adii aditus

Front

to go to, visit, approach

Back

refero referre rettuli relatus

Front

to bring back, report, refer

Back

labor labi lapsus sum

Front

to glide

Back

potior potiri potitus sum (gen) (abl)

Front

to gain control of, get possession of, become master of

Back

exeo exire exii exitus

Front

to go out

Back

fido fidere fisus sum

Front

to trust (w/ dat or abl)

Back

audeo audēre ausus sum

Front

to dare (w/ inf)

Back

sequor sequi secutus sum

Front

to follow, pursue

Back

obliviscor oblivisci oblitus sum (gen)

Front

to forget

Back

quidam quaedam quiddam

Front

certain (one, thing)

Back

abeo abire abii abitus

Front

to go away

Back

aggredior aggredi aggressus sum

Front

to approach, assault, advance, attack

Back

Section 2

(50 cards)

miror mirari miratus sum

Front

to admire, wonder at

Back

odi odisse --

Front

to hate, dislike

Back

moror morari moratus sum

Front

to delay

Back

coepi coepisse coeptus sum

Front

to have begun (w/ inf), began

Back

adduco adducere adduxi adductus

Front

to lead to, lead on, induce, influence

Back

existimo (1)

Front

to think (1) e

Back

magnitudo magnitudinis f

Front

size, greatness

Back

oportet oportēre oportuit --

Front

it behooves, is proper (that), is necessary (that), should

Back

possum posse potui --

Front

to be able, can (w/inf)

Back

traduco traducere traduxi traductus

Front

to lead across, lead over

Back

noceo nocēre nocui nociturus (dat)

Front

to do harm to, injure

Back

dedo dedere dedidi deditus

Front

to give up, surrender (must have direct object), devote

Back

reperio reperire repperi repertus

Front

to find (out) (r)

Back

deduco deducere deduxi deductus

Front

to lead away

Back

memini meminisse -- (gen)

Front

to remember

Back

diligo diligere dilexi dilectus

Front

to love

Back

qui quae quod

Front

what? which?

Back

consisto consistere constiti --

Front

to halt, take a position

Back

fremo fremere fremui fremitus

Front

to roar, murmur

Back

incito (1)

Front

to incite, arouse

Back

conspicio conspicere conspexi conspectus

Front

to see, catch sight of, observe, perceive

Back

ostendo ostendere ostendi ostentus

Front

to show (3)

Back

interficio interficere interfeci interfectus

Front

to kill

Back

nemo neminis m

Front

no one

Back

desum deesse defui defuturus (dat)

Front

to be lacking, absent, fail

Back

pello pellere pepuli pulsus

Front

to drive, repulse, rout

Back

pluit pluere pluvit --

Front

it rains

Back

relinquo relinquere reliqui relictus

Front

to leave, leave behind

Back

persuadeo persuadēre persuasi persuasus (dat)

Front

to persuade

Back

consuevi consuetus

Front

to have (become) accustomed, be accustomed (w/ inf)

Back

constituo constituere constitui constitutus

Front

to place, set up, decide, determine (w/ infin)

Back

instruo instruere instruxi instructus

Front

to draw up, equip

Back

cado cadere cecidi casus

Front

to fall

Back

trado tradere tradidi traditus

Front

to hand over

Back

recipio recipere recepi receptus

Front

to receive, accept, recover, take back, withdraw

Back

expugno (1)

Front

to storm, take by storm

Back

praesum praeesse praefui praefuturus (dat)

Front

to be in command of, in charge of, over

Back

ruo ruere rui --

Front

to overthrow, rush

Back

discedo discedere discessi --

Front

to depart, withdraw

Back

incolo incolere incolui --

Front

to inhabit, dwell in

Back

conjicio conjicere conjeci conjectus

Front

to throw, hurl (prefix)

Back

quantus a um

Front

how large, how great

Back

accipio accipere accepi acceptus

Front

to receive, accept, take

Back

aestimo (1)

Front

to think (1) a

Back

adsum adesse adfui adfuturus

Front

to be present

Back

gemo gemere gemui --

Front

to groan

Back

vigilia ae f

Front

watch

Back

eripio eripere eripui eriptus (dat)

Front

to take away, save (from) w/ e(ex)

Back

conficio conficere confeci confectus

Front

to finish, wear out, accomplish, exhaust (prefix)

Back

obsum obesse obfui obfuturus

Front

to hinder

Back

Section 3

(50 cards)

compleo complēre complevi completus (abl)

Front

to fill (with)

Back

primā luce

Front

at dawn

Back

quo

Front

whither, where (of motion)

Back

causa ae f

Front

cause, reason

Back

omnino

Front

altogether, at all (w/non), in all (w/numerals)

Back

primum

Front

first (adv)

Back

a fronte

Front

in the front, from the front

Back

in saecula saeculorum

Front

forever, world without end

Back

in principio

Front

in the beginning

Back

custos custodis m

Front

guard

Back

neque...neque

Front

neither...nor

Back

quis quid

Front

who? what?

Back

timor timoris m

Front

fear (3)

Back

undique

Front

from, on all sides

Back

cognosco cognoscere cognovi cognitus

Front

to learn, find out

Back

commoveo commovēre commovi commotus

Front

to alarm, arouse

Back

cerno cernere crevi --

Front

to distinguish, see

Back

rursus

Front

again

Back

a tergo

Front

in the rear, from the rear

Back

īdem eadem idem

Front

the same

Back

nam

Front

for (conj)

Back

vasto (1)

Front

to lay waste, ravage

Back

sententia ae f

Front

opinion, vote

Back

peto petere petivi petitus

Front

to seek, beg, request

Back

satis

Front

sufficiently (adv)

Back

neque

Front

nor, and...not

Back

vehementer

Front

greatly, violently

Back

pervenio pervenire perveni perventus

Front

to arrive (w/ in or ad - both acc)

Back

quaero quaerere quaesivi quaesitus

Front

to seek, ask

Back

ratio rationis f

Front

reason, manner, method, plan, way

Back

nuntius i m

Front

messenger, message

Back

statim

Front

at once, immediately

Back

praeterea

Front

besides, furthermore

Back

ave

Front

hail

Back

unde

Front

whence

Back

usque

Front

all the way

Back

atque

Front

and (ac)

Back

regio regionis f

Front

region

Back

mens mentis f

Front

mind

Back

natura ae f

Front

nature

Back

qui quae quod

Front

who, which, that

Back

absum abesse afui afuturus

Front

to be away, absent (w/ a,ab)

Back

mora ae f

Front

delay

Back

probo (1)

Front

to approve, prove

Back

contineo continēre continui contentus

Front

to restrain, hold in

Back

munitio munitionis f

Front

fortification

Back

at

Front

but (not sed)

Back

vero

Front

in truth, but

Back

paco (1)

Front

to pacify

Back

tribunus i m

Front

tribune

Back

Section 4

(50 cards)

pertineo pertinēre pertinui --

Front

to pertain to, stretch to (w/ ad)

Back

numerus i m

Front

number

Back

adjuvo adjuvare adjuvi adjutus

Front

to help, aid

Back

convenio convenire conveni conventus

Front

to come together, assemble

Back

sustineo sustinēre sustinui sustentus

Front

to sustain, withstand

Back

princeps principis m

Front

chief, leading man

Back

in medias res

Front

into the middle of things

Back

summus a um

Front

highest, greatest, very great

Back

litterae arum f

Front

letter (epistle), dispatch

Back

adversus a um

Front

unfavorable, facing (towards) w/dat

Back

comparo (1)

Front

to get ready, prepare

Back

colloco (1)

Front

to place, station

Back

gloria ae f

Front

glory, fame

Back

accommodo (1)

Front

to adapt to

Back

occido occidere occidi occisus

Front

to cut down, kill

Back

amplus a um

Front

spacious, splendid

Back

fines finium m

Front

territory

Back

verto vertere verti versus

Front

to turn

Back

obtineo obtinēre obtinui obtentus

Front

to hold, occupy

Back

defendo defendere defendi defensus

Front

to defend

Back

bibo bibere bibi bibitus

Front

to drink

Back

reliquus a um

Front

remaining, the rest of

Back

administro (1)

Front

to govern, manage, attend to

Back

lego legere legi lectus

Front

to read

Back

auxilia orum n

Front

reinforcements

Back

retineo retinēre retinui retentus

Front

to hold back, keep

Back

contendo contendere contendi --

Front

to strive, hasten, contend - w/ inf

Back

milia milium n (gen)

Front

thousands

Back

proximus a um (dat)

Front

nearest, next (to)

Back

extremus a um

Front

outermost, extreme, farthest, last

Back

dimitto dimittere dimisi dimissus

Front

to send away, dismiss

Back

medius a um

Front

middle (of)

Back

eques equitis m

Front

horseman

Back

pando pandere pandi passus

Front

to spread, expand

Back

cavus a um

Front

hollow

Back

equites equitum m

Front

cavalry (3)

Back

littera ae f

Front

letter of the alphabet

Back

ultimus a um

Front

farthest, most remote, last

Back

copia ae f

Front

abundance, supply

Back

appropinquo (1) (dat)

Front

to approach, draw near to

Back

egregius a um

Front

distinguished

Back

commodus a um

Front

convenient, comfortable

Back

conservo (1)

Front

to preserve, spare

Back

emo emere emi emptus

Front

to buy

Back

incendo incendere incendi incensus

Front

to set fire to, burn

Back

copiae arum f

Front

troops, forces

Back

confirmo (1)

Front

to strengthen, encourage

Back

finis finis m

Front

boundary, end

Back

ascendo ascendere ascendi ascensus

Front

to climb up

Back

firmus a um

Front

vigorous, solid, steadfast, strong

Back

Section 5

(50 cards)

aurora ae f

Front

dawn

Back

ara ae f

Front

altar

Back

barbarus i m

Front

barbarian, foreigner

Back

aquila ae f

Front

eagle

Back

arma orum n

Front

arms, weapons

Back

caedes caedis f

Front

slaughter

Back

asperē

Front

roughly

Back

ambulo (1)

Front

to walk

Back

aurum i n

Front

gold

Back

agricola ae m

Front

farmer

Back

ardeo ardēre arsi arsus

Front

to burn, be on fire

Back

annus i m

Front

year

Back

appello (1)

Front

to address

Back

aro (1)

Front

to plow

Back

agnus i m

Front

lamb

Back

arbor arboris f

Front

tree

Back

virtus virtutis f

Front

courage, virtue

Back

acies ei f

Front

battle line

Back

a ab (abl)

Front

by (agent), from, away from

Back

apud (acc)

Front

among, in the presence of

Back

animus i m

Front

mind, spirit

Back

ante (acc)

Front

before

Back

asper a um

Front

sharp, harsh

Back

bonus a um

Front

good

Back

accuso (1)

Front

to accuse

Back

argentum i n

Front

silver

Back

amor amoris m

Front

love, passion

Back

aeternus a um

Front

eternal, everlasting

Back

insidiae arum f

Front

plot, ambush

Back

altus a um

Front

high, deep

Back

hiberna orum n

Front

winter quarters

Back

angustiae arum f

Front

narrow place, difficulties, defile

Back

adventus ūs m

Front

arrival

Back

bellum i n

Front

war

Back

ad (acc)

Front

to, toward, at

Back

salus salutis f

Front

safety, welfare, salvation

Back

brevis e

Front

short, brief

Back

altē

Front

highly, deeply

Back

appareo (2)

Front

to appear

Back

adoro (1)

Front

to adore

Back

audio (4)

Front

to hear

Back

ager agri m

Front

field, ground

Back

bracchium i n

Front

arm, forearm

Back

castra orum n

Front

camp

Back

mors mortis f

Front

death

Back

amicus i m

Front

friend

Back

impedimenta orum n

Front

baggage, baggage train

Back

amo (1)

Front

to love, like

Back

aqua ae f

Front

water

Back

aeger aegra aegrum

Front

sick, ill

Back

Section 6

(50 cards)

auxilium i n

Front

help, aid

Back

cancer

Front

crab

Back

cena ae f

Front

dinner

Back

campus i m

Front

field, plain

Back

clamo (1)

Front

to shout

Back

corona ae f

Front

crown

Back

capio capere cepi captus

Front

to take, capture

Back

certē

Front

certainly

Back

culter cultri m

Front

knife

Back

celo (1)

Front

to hide

Back

Christus i m

Front

Christ

Back

creo (1)

Front

to create

Back

decimus a um

Front

tenth

Back

certus a um

Front

certain, fixed

Back

breviter

Front

shortly, briefly

Back

culpa ae f

Front

fault, blame

Back

capricorn

Front

goat

Back

culpo (1)

Front

to blame

Back

cupio cupere cupivi cupitus

Front

to desire, long for

Back

contra (acc)

Front

against, opposite

Back

coram

Front

in the presence of

Back

canis canis mf

Front

dog

Back

civis civis mf

Front

citizen

Back

Christianus i m

Front

a Christian

Back

auriga ae m

Front

charioteer

Back

debitum i n

Front

debt, sin

Back

cur

Front

why

Back

crux crucis f

Front

cross

Back

collis collis m

Front

hill

Back

decem

Front

ten

Back

culina ae f

Front

kitchen

Back

caveo cavēre cavi cautus

Front

to be aware of, guard against

Back

cras

Front

tomorrow

Back

de (abl)

Front

about, down from, from, out of

Back

capillus i m

Front

hair

Back

aquarius i m

Front

water carrier

Back

aries

Front

ram

Back

clamor clamoris m

Front

shout, cry

Back

clam

Front

secretly

Back

circum

Front

around

Back

cor cordis n

Front

heart

Back

debeo (2)

Front

to owe, ought

Back

Caesar Caesaris m

Front

Caesar

Back

delecto (1)

Front

to delight, please

Back

cibus i m

Front

food

Back

caelum i n

Front

sky, heaven

Back

caput capitis n

Front

head

Back

collum i n

Front

neck

Back

cum (abl)

Front

with, when, since

Back

centum

Front

hundred

Back

Section 7

(50 cards)

facies ei f

Front

face

Back

dux ducis m

Front

leader

Back

domus ūs f

Front

house, home

Back

demonstro (1)

Front

to show, point out

Back

folium i n

Front

leaf

Back

doceo docēre docui doctus

Front

to teach

Back

exspecto (1)

Front

to wait for, expect

Back

do dare dedi datus

Front

to give

Back

fideliter

Front

faithfully

Back

fortuna ae f

Front

fortune

Back

dominus i m

Front

lord, master

Back

difficiliter

Front

with difficulty

Back

filia ae f

Front

daughter

Back

erro (1)

Front

to err, wander

Back

equus i m

Front

horse

Back

dulcis e

Front

sweet, pleasant

Back

figo figere fixi fictus

Front

to fix, fasten

Back

dies ei m

Front

day

Back

epistula ae f

Front

letter

Back

fenestra ae f

Front

window

Back

facilis e

Front

easy

Back

exploro (1)

Front

to explore

Back

deus i m

Front

god

Back

duo ae o

Front

two

Back

fabula ae f

Front

story, tale

Back

ecclesia ae f

Front

church

Back

fortis e

Front

strong, brave

Back

donum i n

Front

gift

Back

flumen fluminis n

Front

river

Back

dico dicere dixi dictus

Front

to say, tell

Back

filius i m

Front

son

Back

finio (4)

Front

to finish, limit

Back

femina ae f

Front

woman

Back

dolor doloris m

Front

grief, pain, sorrow

Back

dubito (1)

Front

to doubt

Back

fidelis e

Front

faithful

Back

duco ducere duxi ductus

Front

to lead

Back

ego mei

Front

I, me

Back

dormio (4)

Front

to sleep

Back

exercitus ūs m

Front

army

Back

fortiter

Front

bravely

Back

discipulus i m

Front

student

Back

fides ei f

Front

faith, trust

Back

dexter dextra dextrum

Front

right, right-hand

Back

e ex (abl)

Front

out of, out from, from

Back

fama ae f

Front

fame, rumor

Back

ferrum i n

Front

iron, iron tool

Back

facio facere feci factus

Front

to make, do

Back

facile

Front

easily (adv)

Back

difficilis e

Front

difficult

Back

Section 8

(50 cards)

juvo juvare juvi jutus

Front

to help

Back

ira ae f

Front

anger

Back

Gallus i m

Front

a Gaul

Back

laudo (1)

Front

to praise

Back

imperator imperatoris m

Front

general, commander

Back

hodie

Front

today

Back

latē

Front

widely

Back

jubeo jubēre jussi jussus

Front

to order, command

Back

frater fratris m

Front

brother

Back

integer integra integrum

Front

whole, uninjured

Back

gaudium i n

Front

joy

Back

judico (1)

Front

to judge, consider

Back

invenio invenire inveni inventus

Front

to discover, find out

Back

janua ae f

Front

door

Back

laetē

Front

happily

Back

habeo (2)

Front

to have

Back

lavo lavare lavi lautus

Front

to wash

Back

herba ae f

Front

green plant, grass

Back

jungo jungere junxi junctus

Front

to join, connect, unite

Back

latus a um

Front

wide, broad

Back

frumentum i n

Front

grain, corn

Back

impedio (4)

Front

to hinder, obstruct, impede

Back

hortus i m

Front

garden

Back

hostis hostis mf

Front

enemy

Back

fugio fugere fugi fugiturus

Front

to flee

Back

in (abl)

Front

in, on

Back

hora ae f

Front

hour

Back

fructus ūs m

Front

fruit

Back

graviter

Front

heavily

Back

inter (acc)

Front

between

Back

Gallia ae f

Front

Gaul

Back

heri

Front

yesterday

Back

laetus a um

Front

happy

Back

labor laboris m

Front

work, toil

Back

juxta

Front

near

Back

insula ae f

Front

island

Back

gladius i m

Front

sword

Back

gravis e

Front

heavy, serious, severe

Back

in (acc)

Front

into, onto, against

Back

lentē

Front

slowly

Back

laboro (1)

Front

to work

Back

Italia ae f

Front

Italy

Back

forum i n

Front

forum, marketplace

Back

gratia ae f

Front

grace, favor

Back

jacio jacere jeci jactus

Front

to throw, hurl

Back

habito (1)

Front

to live in, dwell

Back

gens gentis f

Front

tribe

Back

legatus i m

Front

lieutenant

Back

geminus i m

Front

twin

Back

lacus ūs m

Front

lake

Back

Section 9

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lux lucis f

Front

light

Back

liberi liberorum m

Front

children

Back

muto (1)

Front

to change

Back

malus a um

Front

bad

Back

ludus i m

Front

game, school

Back

mensa ae f

Front

table

Back

navis navis f

Front

ship

Back

mons montis m

Front

mountain

Back

luna ae f

Front

moon

Back

meus a um

Front

my

Back

nauta ae m

Front

sailor

Back

nato (1)

Front

to swim

Back

munio (4)

Front

to fortify, protect

Back

Lucia ae f

Front

Lucy

Back

mater matris f

Front

mother

Back

lex legis f

Front

law

Back

longē

Front

far, by far

Back

magnus a um

Front

large, great

Back

moveo movēre movi motus

Front

to move

Back

libra ae f

Front

pair of scales

Back

lumen luminis n

Front

lamp

Back

narro (1)

Front

to tell

Back

miles militis m

Front

soldier

Back

lupus i m

Front

wolf

Back

mos moris m

Front

custom

Back

lentus a um

Front

slow

Back

Maria ae f

Front

Mary

Back

locus i m

Front

place

Back

maneo manēre mansi mansus

Front

to remain, stay

Back

metus ūs m

Front

fear (4)

Back

navigo (1)

Front

to sail

Back

mare maris n

Front

sea

Back

multus a um

Front

much, many

Back

libero (1)

Front

to set free

Back

miser a um

Front

wretched

Back

nego (1)

Front

to deny

Back

liberē

Front

freely

Back

moneo (2)

Front

to warn

Back

lignum i n

Front

wood

Back

longus a um

Front

long

Back

magistra ae f

Front

female teacher

Back

liber libri m

Front

book

Back

magister magistri m

Front

male teacher

Back

manus ūs f

Front

hand

Back

lingua ae f

Front

language

Back

nescio (4)

Front

to not know

Back

Marcus i m

Front

Mark

Back

liber libera liberum

Front

free

Back

miserē

Front

unhappily

Back

mundus i m

Front

world, mankind

Back

Section 10

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pater patris m

Front

father

Back

nunc

Front

now

Back

pars partis f

Front

part, region

Back

poeta ae m

Front

poet

Back

omnis e

Front

each, every (s) all (pl)

Back

post (acc)

Front

after, behind

Back

occupo (1)

Front

to seize

Back

pecunia ae f

Front

money

Back

pes pedis m

Front

foot

Back

novus a um

Front

new

Back

panis panis m

Front

bread

Back

nos nostri

Front

we

Back

pastor pastoris m

Front

shepherd, pastor

Back

pax pacis f

Front

peace

Back

prae

Front

at the head of

Back

oculus i m

Front

eye

Back

populus i m

Front

people

Back

novem

Front

nine

Back

porto (1)

Front

to carry

Back

nuntio (1)

Front

to report

Back

noster nostra nostrum

Front

our

Back

patria ae f

Front

fatherland, country

Back

piger pigra pigrum

Front

lazy

Back

portus ūs m

Front

harbor

Back

oppidum i n

Front

town

Back

praemium i n

Front

reward

Back

mille

Front

one thousand

Back

nonus a um

Front

ninth

Back

murus i m

Front

wall

Back

per (acc)

Front

through, by

Back

paro (1)

Front

to prepare

Back

oro (1)

Front

to speak, pray

Back

pons pontis m

Front

bridge

Back

piscator piscatoris m

Front

fisherman

Back

non

Front

not

Back

oppugno (1)

Front

to attack

Back

primus a um

Front

first

Back

octo

Front

eight

Back

porta ae f

Front

gate

Back

orator oratoris m

Front

speaker, orator

Back

peccatum i n

Front

sin, mistake

Back

ob

Front

because of

Back

octavus a um

Front

eighth

Back

nimbus i m

Front

cloud, storm cloud

Back

parvus a um

Front

small

Back

opto (1)

Front

to wish

Back

perturbo (1)

Front

to disturb

Back

nobilis e

Front

noble

Back

nomen nominis n

Front

name

Back

numquam

Front

never

Back

Section 11

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rex regis m

Front

king

Back

sella ae f

Front

seat

Back

scorpio

Front

scorpion

Back

sacer sacra sacrum

Front

sacred

Back

saluto (1)

Front

to greet

Back

regnum i n

Front

kingdom

Back

pisces

Front

fish

Back

quattuor

Front

four

Back

Romanus i m

Front

a Roman

Back

provincia ae f

Front

province

Back

quam diu

Front

how long

Back

septem

Front

seven

Back

pugna ae f

Front

fight

Back

prohibeo (2) (abl)

Front

to prevent, ward off (from)

Back

sanctus a um

Front

sacred, holy

Back

quando

Front

when

Back

quintus a um

Front

fifth

Back

pulcher pulchra pulchrum

Front

beautiful

Back

saxum i n

Front

rock

Back

res ei f

Front

thing, matter, affair, business

Back

quot

Front

how many

Back

senator senatoris m

Front

senator

Back

sagittarius i m

Front

archer

Back

puto (1)

Front

to think

Back

rogo (1)

Front

to ask, request (1)

Back

puella ae f

Front

girl

Back

pro (abl)

Front

for, on behalf of, in front of (prep)

Back

pulchrē

Front

beautifully

Back

quartus a um

Front

fourth

Back

proelium i n

Front

battle

Back

servo (1)

Front

to guard, keep

Back

respondeo respondēre respondi responsus

Front

to respond

Back

septimus a um

Front

seventh

Back

rego regere rexi rectus

Front

to rule

Back

pugno (1)

Front

to fight

Back

regina ae f

Front

queen

Back

Roma ae f

Front

Rome

Back

senatus ūs m

Front

senate

Back

scutum i n

Front

shield

Back

saeculum i n

Front

age, time period

Back

puer i m

Front

boy, child

Back

semper

Front

always

Back

sedeo sedēre sedi sessus

Front

to sit

Back

servus i m

Front

slave, servant

Back

secundus a um

Front

second

Back

sentio sentire sensi sensus

Front

to feel, perceive

Back

quinque

Front

five

Back

scio (4)

Front

to know

Back

propter (acc)

Front

on account of

Back

quomodo

Front

how

Back

Section 12

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specto (1)

Front

to look at

Back

urbs urbis f

Front

city

Back

teneo tenēre tenui tentus

Front

to hold

Back

sub (acc)

Front

to the foot of, under, beneath, (about, toward - time)

Back

sine (abl)

Front

without

Back

turba ae f

Front

crowd, turmoil

Back

tu tui

Front

you

Back

studium i n

Front

zeal, enthusiasm, study

Back

umquam

Front

ever

Back

sinister sinistra sinistrum

Front

left, left-hand

Back

tergum i n

Front

back, rear

Back

struo struere struxi structus

Front

to build, construct

Back

telum i n

Front

missile, javelin, spear, weapon

Back

taceo (2)

Front

to be silent

Back

socius i m

Front

ally, companion

Back

tenus

Front

as far as

Back

tabella ae f

Front

writing tablet

Back

spes ei f

Front

hope

Back

traho trahere traxi tractus

Front

to drag, haul

Back

spero (1)

Front

to hope

Back

supra

Front

above

Back

spiritus ūs m

Front

spirit

Back

stella ae f

Front

star

Back

sex

Front

six

Back

ubi

Front

where, in what place

Back

templum i n

Front

temple

Back

soror sororis f

Front

sister

Back

tuus a um

Front

your (s)

Back

terra ae f

Front

earth, land

Back

sol solis m

Front

sun

Back

vacca ae f

Front

cow

Back

unda ae f

Front

wave

Back

turpis e

Front

shameful, disgraceful

Back

ursa ae f

Front

bear

Back

tres tria

Front

three

Back

timeo timēre timui --

Front

to fear, be afraid of

Back

sextus a um

Front

sixth

Back

silva ae f

Front

forest

Back

sub (abl)

Front

under, at the foot of

Back

taurus i m

Front

bull

Back

trans (acc)

Front

across

Back

terreo (2)

Front

to frighten

Back

signum i n

Front

sign, standard

Back

umbra ae f

Front

shadow

Back

sum esse fui futurus

Front

to be

Back

supero (1)

Front

to overcome

Back

sto stare steti status

Front

to stand

Back

turpiter

Front

shamefully

Back

tempto (1)

Front

to tempt

Back

tertius a um

Front

third

Back

Section 13

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interim

Front

meanwhile (adv)

Back

scribo scribere scripsi scriptus

Front

to write

Back

vita ae f

Front

life

Back

claudo claudere clausi clausus

Front

to close

Back

tollo tollere sustuli sublatus

Front

to lift up, raise

Back

volo (1)

Front

to fly

Back

mitto mittere misi missus

Front

to send

Back

video vidēre vidi visus

Front

to see

Back

cogo cogere coegi coactus

Front

to collect, force, bring together

Back

valeo valēre valui --

Front

to be strong, be well

Back

aut

Front

or (conj)

Back

ventus i m

Front

wind

Back

victoria ae f

Front

victory

Back

vinum i n

Front

wine

Back

vir viri m

Front

man (2)

Back

gero gerere gessi gestus

Front

to wage, carry on

Back

villa ae f

Front

farmhouse

Back

fere

Front

almost (adv)

Back

sicut

Front

as (conj)

Back

venio venire veni ventus

Front

to come

Back

pono ponere posui positus

Front

to put, place

Back

vester vestra vestrum

Front

your (pl)

Back

verbum i n

Front

word

Back

iam

Front

already (adv)

Back

vox vocis f

Front

voice

Back

ago agere egi actus

Front

to do, drive, act, treat, give

Back

quod

Front

because (subordinating conj)

Back

et...et

Front

both...and

Back

vesper vesperi m

Front

evening

Back

veho vehere vexi vectus

Front

to carry, convey, transport

Back

et

Front

and (conj)

Back

ibi

Front

there, in that place (adv)

Back

vulnero (1)

Front

to wound

Back

vivo vivere vixi victurus

Front

to live, be alive

Back

-que

Front

and (enclitic conj)

Back

vos vestri

Front

you all

Back

etiam

Front

also (adv)

Back

voco (1)

Front

to call

Back

vinco vincere vici victus

Front

to conquer

Back

autem

Front

however, moreover (postpositive conj)

Back

olim

Front

once (upon a time), of old, one day

Back

via ae f

Front

road, way

Back

itaque

Front

therefore, and so

Back

cedo cedere cessi cessus

Front

to yield, give way

Back

premo premere pressi pressus

Front

to press, push

Back

enim

Front

for, in fact, truly (postpositive conj)

Back

toga ae f

Front

toga

Back

aut...aut

Front

either...or

Back

sed

Front

but (conj)

Back

vallum i n

Front

wall, rampart

Back

Section 14

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albus a um

Front

white

Back

ferus a um

Front

wild, fierce

Back

calidus a um

Front

warm, hot

Back

diligens diligentis

Front

careful, diligent, exact

Back

audax audacis

Front

bold, rash, daring, courageous

Back

vacuus a um (dat)

Front

empty (from or of)

Back

undecim

Front

eleven

Back

tamen

Front

nevertheless (adv)

Back

felix felicis

Front

fortunate, lucky

Back

tutus a um

Front

safe (from) - abl

Back

acer acris acre

Front

sharp, bitter, fierce, eager

Back

celer celeris celere

Front

fast, swift

Back

alter a um

Front

the other (of two), the second (of two)

Back

nefarius a um

Front

wicked

Back

unus a um

Front

one

Back

similis e (dat)

Front

similar (to)

Back

stultus a um

Front

foolish, stupid

Back

postea

Front

afterwards (adv)

Back

nihil

Front

nothing

Back

plenus a um (gen) (abl)

Front

full (of)

Back

solus a um

Front

alone, only, sole

Back

ingens ingentis

Front

huge

Back

neuter neutra neutrum

Front

neither (of two)

Back

cornu ūs n

Front

horn

Back

ullus a um

Front

any (at all)

Back

celeber celebris celebre

Front

famous

Back

subito

Front

suddenly (adv)

Back

finitimus a um (dat)

Front

neighboring, close (to)

Back

excelsus a um

Front

on high, lofty

Back

uter utra utrum

Front

which (of two)

Back

totus a um

Front

whole, entire, all of

Back

ita

Front

yes, so, thus, in such a manner (adv)

Back

defessus a um

Front

tired, weary

Back

utilis e

Front

useful (for) - ad w/acc

Back

paratus a um

Front

prepared (for), ready - ad w/ acc or w/ infinitive

Back

alter...alter

Front

the one...the other

Back

carus a um

Front

dear (to) - dat

Back

tum

Front

then, at that time (adv)

Back

idoneus a um (dat)

Front

suitable, fit, proper (for), convenient

Back

nullus a um

Front

no, not any

Back

frigidus a um

Front

cold

Back

cupidus a um (gen)

Front

desirous (of), eager (for)

Back

almus a um

Front

nurturing

Back

alacer alacris alacre

Front

lively, spirited

Back

alius a ud

Front

other, another

Back

potens potentis

Front

powerful

Back

genu ūs n

Front

knee

Back

foedus a um

Front

foul, ugly, hideous

Back

sapiens sapientis

Front

wise, rational

Back

senex senis

Front

aged, old (person)

Back

Section 15

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sagitta ae f

Front

arrow

Back

tredecim

Front

thirteen

Back

inopia ae f

Front

lack, scarcity, shortage

Back

hic haec hoc

Front

this, these

Back

Athenae arum f

Front

Athens

Back

legio legionis f

Front

legion

Back

leo leonis m

Front

lion

Back

septendecim

Front

seventeen

Back

is ea id

Front

he, she, it, him, her, they, their, them

Back

Helvetia ae f

Front

Switzerland

Back

centurio centurionis m

Front

centurion

Back

quattuordecim

Front

fourteen

Back

memoria ae f

Front

memory

Back

virgo virginis f

Front

virgin, maiden

Back

injuria ae f

Front

injury, injustice, wrong

Back

fuga ae f

Front

flight, escape

Back

pietas tatis f

Front

piety, duty

Back

lectio lectionis f

Front

lesson

Back

veritas tatis f

Front

truth

Back

sedecim

Front

sixteen

Back

Hispania ae f

Front

Spain

Back

Europa ae f

Front

Europe

Back

hasta ae f

Front

spear

Back

quindecim

Front

fifteen

Back

homo hominis m

Front

man, human being

Back

oratio orationis f

Front

speech

Back

voluntas tatis f

Front

will

Back

aestas tatis f

Front

summer

Back

Graecia ae f

Front

Greece

Back

viginti

Front

twenty

Back

Germania ae f

Front

Germany

Back

civitas tatis f

Front

state

Back

duodeviginti

Front

eighteen

Back

Britannia ae f

Front

Britain

Back

Hibernia ae f

Front

Ireland

Back

passio passionis f

Front

suffering

Back

amicitia ae f

Front

friendship

Back

libertas tatis f

Front

liberty, freedom

Back

Caledonia ae f

Front

Scotland

Back

ordo ordinis f

Front

order, rank, line, row

Back

tentatio tentationis f

Front

temptation

Back

undeviginti

Front

nineteen

Back

duodecim

Front

twelve

Back

Carthago Carthaginis f

Front

Carthage

Back

fossa ae f

Front

ditch, trench

Back

tempestas tatis f

Front

thunderstorm, rainstorm

Back

celeritas tatis f

Front

speed, quickness

Back

suus a um

Front

his own, her own, its own, their own

Back

caritas tatis f

Front

charity, love

Back

auctoritas tatis f

Front

authority, influence

Back

Section 16

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astrum i n

Front

heavenly body, heavens, star

Back

iter itineris n

Front

journey

Back

scientia ae f

Front

knowledge

Back

initium i n

Front

starting point

Back

sepulchrum i n

Front

tomb

Back

castellum i n

Front

fort

Back

aer aeris m

Front

the air

Back

praesidium i n

Front

protection, garrison

Back

periculum i n

Front

danger

Back

ille illa illud

Front

that, those

Back

aedificium i n

Front

building

Back

pretium i n

Front

price

Back

imperium i n

Front

command, power, empire

Back

principium i n

Front

beginning, origin

Back

is ea id

Front

that, those (non-specific)

Back

antrum i n

Front

cave

Back

votum i n

Front

vow, prayer

Back

iste ista istud

Front

that, those (of yours) or in contempt

Back

agmen agminis n

Front

army on the march, column

Back

spatium i n

Front

space, interval

Back

concilium i n

Front

council, meeting

Back

carmen carminis n

Front

song

Back

letum i n

Front

death (2)

Back

tempus temporis n

Front

time

Back

exilium i n

Front

exile

Back

pabulum i n

Front

fodder, nourishment

Back

consilium i n

Front

counsel, advice, plan

Back

flos floris f

Front

flower

Back

vitium i n

Front

vice, blemish

Back

onus oneris n

Front

burden

Back

odium i n

Front

hate, hatred

Back

sapientia ae f

Front

wisdom

Back

ipse ipsa ipsum

Front

-self (intensive pron)

Back

theatrum i n

Front

theater

Back

genus generis n

Front

race, kind, class

Back

corpus corporis n

Front

body

Back

vestigium i n

Front

trace, footprint

Back

triduum i n

Front

three days

Back

ovum i n

Front

egg

Back

fatum i n

Front

destiny, fate

Back

hiems hiemis f

Front

winter

Back

mandatum i n

Front

commandment, order

Back

grex gregis m

Front

herd, flock

Back

comes comitis m

Front

companion

Back

Evangelium i n

Front

Gospel

Back

otium i n

Front

ease, leisure

Back

ver veris n

Front

spring

Back

vulnus vulneris n

Front

wound

Back

vinculum i n

Front

chain, bond

Back

opus operis n

Front

work

Back

Section 17

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litus litoris n

Front

shore, coast

Back

cursus ūs m

Front

course, running

Back

scelus sceleris n

Front

crime, evil deed

Back

angustus a um

Front

narrow, confined

Back

communis e

Front

common

Back

usus ūs m

Front

use, experience

Back

exitus ūs m

Front

end, outcome, exit

Back

obses obsidis m

Front

hostage

Back

ut

Front

in order that, so that

Back

durus a um

Front

hard (not soft)

Back

vestis vestis f

Front

clothes

Back

civilis e

Front

civil, of a citizen

Back

clarus a um

Front

clear, bright, gleaming

Back

fons fontis m

Front

fountain, spring, source

Back

dubius a um

Front

doubtful, uncertain

Back

os ossis n

Front

bone

Back

agrestis e

Front

boorish, crude

Back

certamen certaminis n

Front

struggle, contest

Back

avis avis f

Front

bird

Back

currus ūs m

Front

chariot, cart, wagon

Back

equitatus ūs m

Front

cavalry (4)

Back

nox noctis f

Front

night

Back

verus a um

Front

true

Back

occasus ūs m

Front

falling, misfortune

Back

fames famis f

Front

hunger, starvation

Back

munus muneris n

Front

office, duty

Back

crudelis e

Front

cruel

Back

latus lateris n

Front

side, flank

Back

passus ūs m

Front

step, a pace

Back

imber imbris m

Front

rain

Back

ignis ignis m

Front

fire

Back

crus cruris n

Front

leg

Back

nix nivis f

Front

snow

Back

uxor uxoris f

Front

wife

Back

juvenis juvenis mf

Front

young person

Back

rus ruris n

Front

countryside

Back

vultus ūs m

Front

countenance, expression

Back

os oris n

Front

mouth

Back

rusticus a um

Front

country (adj), rural, unsophisticated, rustic

Back

arcus ūs m

Front

bow

Back

nubes nubis f

Front

cloud (3)

Back

citus a um

Front

rapid, quick

Back

aequor aequoris n

Front

smooth surface, level plain, sea

Back

pius a um

Front

pious, dutiful

Back

beatus a um

Front

blessed

Back

alienus a um

Front

foreign, alien, strange, unfavorable

Back

ovis ovis f

Front

sheep

Back

lapis lapidis m

Front

stone

Back

plebs plebis f

Front

common people, plebeians

Back

impetus ūs m

Front

attack

Back

Section 18

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maximē

Front

most (adv)

Back

dignus a um

Front

worthy, dignified

Back

mirus a um

Front

wondrous

Back

humilis e

Front

humble

Back

inanis e

Front

vain, inane

Back

parum

Front

little, too little (adv)

Back

minus

Front

less (adv)

Back

minimus a um

Front

smallest (adj)

Back

multum

Front

much, greatly (adv)

Back

propius

Front

nearer (adv)

Back

pessimus a um

Front

worst (adj)

Back

pejus

Front

worse (adv)

Back

minimē

Front

least (adv)

Back

saepius

Front

more often (adv)

Back

pessimē

Front

worst (adv)

Back

magis

Front

more (adv)

Back

aequus a um

Front

equal to, even, level

Back

tristis e

Front

sad

Back

arduus a um

Front

steep, arduous

Back

periculosus a um

Front

dangerous

Back

optimē

Front

best (adv)

Back

major majus

Front

greater (adj)

Back

optimus a um

Front

best (adj)

Back

magnopere

Front

greatly (adv)

Back

diutissimē

Front

longest (adv)

Back

diutius

Front

longer (adv)

Back

cunctus a um

Front

all, referring to a body or group

Back

junior junius

Front

younger (adj)

Back

maximus natu

Front

oldest (adj)

Back

pejor pejus

Front

worse (adj)

Back

diu

Front

a long time, long (of time) (adv)

Back

mollis e

Front

soft, yielding

Back

lenis e

Front

mild, gentle

Back

minimus natu

Front

youngest (adj)

Back

superbus a um

Front

proud

Back

quam

Front

than, as possible (adv)

Back

senior senius

Front

older (adj)

Back

sublimis e

Front

sublime, elevated

Back

proximē

Front

next (adv)

Back

minor minus

Front

smaller (adj)

Back

saepe

Front

often (adv)

Back

prope

Front

near (adv)

Back

male

Front

badly (adv)

Back

melior melius

Front

better (adj)

Back

maximus a um

Front

greatest (adj)

Back

melius

Front

better (adv)

Back

caecus a um

Front

blind

Back

tardus a um

Front

late, delayed

Back

avidus a um

Front

avid, keen

Back

bene

Front

well (adv)

Back

Section 19

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resisto resistere restiti --

Front

to remain behind, resist ,withstand (w/dat)

Back

consul consulis m

Front

consul

Back

dejicio dejicere dejeci dejectus

Front

to hurl down, cast down

Back

pilum i n

Front

javelin

Back

praeficio praeficere praefeci praefectus (dat)

Front

to put in command of

Back

reprimo reprimere repressi repressus

Front

to press back, check, restrain

Back

saepissimē

Front

most often (adv)

Back

uterque utraque utrumque

Front

each, both (of two)

Back

barbarus a um

Front

barbarian, foreign (adj)

Back

satis (gen)

Front

enough (indecl)

Back

remitto remittere remisi remissus

Front

to send back, return, release

Back

iter facio facere feci factus

Front

to march , make a journey

Back

ne

Front

that...not, in order that...not

Back

utinam

Front

sign of a wish; not translated in English

Back

nonne

Front

word used in asking questions when the answer "yes" is expected

Back

causā (gen)

Front

for the sake of

Back

in fugam do dare dedi datus

Front

to put to flight

Back

abdo abdere abdidi abditus

Front

to hide, conceal (3)

Back

induco inducere induxi inductus

Front

to lead in, lead on, influence

Back

inquit

Front

he says, he said

Back

cohortor cohortari cohortatus sum

Front

to encourage

Back

divido dividere divisi divisus

Front

to divide, separate

Back

classis classis f

Front

fleet

Back

num

Front

word used in asking questions when the answer "no" is expected

Back

-ne

Front

enclitic used in asking questions

Back

reduco reducere reduxi reductus

Front

to lead back, draw back

Back

mille passus

Front

a mile

Back

parum

Front

too little, not enough (indecl n w/ gen)

Back

vi

Front

violently, by force

Back

suscipio suscipere suscepi susceptus

Front

to undertake, take upon oneself

Back

rejicio rejicere rejeci rejectus

Front

to hurl back, drive back, repel

Back

-- sui sibi se se

Front

-self (reflexive)

Back

ulterior ulterius

Front

farther

Back

cohors cohortis f

Front

cohort

Back

facilius

Front

more easily

Back

pedem referre

Front

to fall back, retreat

Back

Jesus u m

Front

Jesus

Back

vis

Front

force, power, violence

Back

repello repellere reppuli repulsus

Front

to beat back, drive back

Back

studeo studēre studui -- (dat)

Front

to be eager (for), strive (after), devoted (to)

Back

nil

Front

nothing (short form)

Back

certiorem facio facere feci factus

Front

to inform (lit. make more certain)

Back

superior superius

Front

higher, former

Back

tuto

Front

safely (adv)

Back

aperio aperire aperui apertus

Front

to open, uncover, expose

Back

nihil

Front

not, not at all (adv)

Back

committo committere commisi commissus

Front

to commit, allow

Back

consilium capio capere cepi captus

Front

to make a plan

Back

praeter (acc)

Front

except, past, contrary to

Back

proelium committo committere commisi commissus

Front

to join battle, to begin battle

Back

Section 20

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perspicio perspicere perspexi perspectus

Front

to view, inspect, perceive

Back

revertor reverti reversus sum

Front

to return (deponent)

Back

postquam

Front

after (closed compound word)

Back

conscribo conscribere conscripsi conscriptus

Front

to enroll, write

Back

tantus a um

Front

so great

Back

pauci ae a

Front

few

Back

impero (1) (dat)

Front

to levy

Back

animadverto animadvertere animadverti animadversus

Front

to attend to, notice

Back

conjungo conjungere conjunxi conjunctus

Front

to join together, unite (prefix)

Back

dispono disponere disposui dispositus

Front

to distribute, station

Back

vires virium f

Front

strength, force (pl)

Back

sumo sumere sumpsi sumptus

Front

to take, assume

Back

utor uti usus sum (abl)

Front

to use, employ, exercise

Back

conjuro (1)

Front

to conspire, form a conspiracy

Back

credo credere credidi creditus (dat)

Front

to believe, trust, entrust

Back

efficio efficere effeci effectus

Front

to bring about, cause

Back

intellego intellegere intellexi intellectus

Front

to understand, perceive (i)

Back

permoveo permovēre permovi permotus

Front

to arouse, influence (p)

Back

tot

Front

so many

Back

veto vetare vetui vetitus

Front

to forbid

Back

talis e

Front

such, of such a kind

Back

majores majorum m

Front

ancestors, forefathers

Back

sic

Front

so, in such a manner (adv)

Back

consequor consequi consecutus sum

Front

to follow up, overtake, gain

Back

mando (1) (dat)

Front

to commit, entrust (1)

Back