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Basic Vocabulary for the AP Latin Vergil
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12th Grade
06/20/2011

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Term
a-, ab-
Definition
away from, by
Term
abdere
Definition
to hide, put away
Term
abesse
Definition
to be away, be absent
Term
abhinc
Definition
ago, previously
Term
ac, atque
Definition
and, indeed
Term
accedere
Definition
to go toward, approach
Term
accidere
Definition
to happen, fall down
Term
acer
Definition
sharp, keen, quick
Term
acerbus
Definition
bitter, harsh, sad
Term
acies
Definition
battle line, keenness, edge
Term
acuere
Definition
to sharpen, quicken
Term
ad
Definition
to, toward, against, at, near
Term
adeo
Definition
so, therefore
Term
adesse
Definition
to be near, be present
Term
adhuc
Definition
thus far, even, still
Term
adigere
Definition
to drive, hurl
Term
adipisci
Definition
to obtain
Term
aditus
Definition
a going to, approach
Term
administrare
Definition
to govern, help
Term
admittere
Definition
to let go, admit, permit
Term
admodum
Definition
quite, very
Term
adoririri
Definition
to rise to, attack
Term
adulescens
Definition
young man, youth
Term
advenire
Definition
to arrive, reach, come to
Term
adversus
Definition
opposite, turned towards
Term
aedes
Definition
building, temple, house
Term
aedificare
Definition
to build
Term
aeger
Definition
sick, weary, ill
Term
aen(e)us
Definition
of bronze, brazen
Term
aequare
Definition
to make equal, level
Term
aequor
Definition
level surface, sea
Term
aequus
Definition
equal, even, fair
Term
aer
Definition
air, weather
Term
aes
Definition
bronze, copper, money, vessel
Term
aestas
Definition
summer
Term
aestimare
Definition
to appraise, judge
Term
aestus
Definition
heat, tide, glow
Term
aetas
Definition
age, time, life
Term
aether
Definition
upper air, heaven
Term
aevum
Definition
age, eternity, time
Term
ager
Definition
land, field, country, territory
Term
ager
Definition
land, field, country, territory
Term
agere
Definition
to drive, do, discuss
Term
agger
Definition
mound, rampart
Term
agmen
Definition
line of march
Term
aio
Definition
to say yes, state, assert
Term
alacer
Definition
eager, brisk, active
Term
albus
Definition
white
Term
alere
Definition
to nourish, strengthen
Term
ales
Definition
winged, swift; bird, omen
Term
ales
Definition
winged, swift; bird, omen
Term
alienus
Definition
another's, strange
Term
aliquando
Definition
at some time, once, ever
Term
aliquis
Definition
someone, anyone
Term
alius
Definition
another, other, different
Term
almus
Definition
genial, kindly
Term
alter
Definition
one of two, second
Term
altus
Definition
high, deep, great, ancient
Term
amare
Definition
to like, love, please
Term
ambo
Definition
both
Term
ambulare
Definition
to walk, travel, march
Term
amens
Definition
senseless, foolish, mad
Term
amictus
Definition
garment, robe
Term
amicus
Definition
friend, friendly
Term
amittere
Definition
to send away, lose
Term
amnis
Definition
river, stream, flood
Term
amor
Definition
love
Term
amplus
Definition
ample, large, great, full
Term
an
Definition
or, whether
Term
ancilla
Definition
female slave
Term
ancora
Definition
anchor
Term
anguis
Definition
snake
Term
angustiae
Definition
narrow pass, difficulties
Term
angustus
Definition
narrow, brief, short
Term
anima
Definition
spirit, breath, soul, wind
Term
animadvertere
Definition
to notice, punish
Term
animus
Definition
soul, heart, character, courage, mind, spirit, will
Term
annus
Definition
year
Term
ante
Definition
before, above
Term
antrum
Definition
cave, a hollow
Term
anulus
Definition
ring
Term
anxius
Definition
anxious, worried
Term
aperire
Definition
to open, reveal, lay bare
Term
appellare
Definition
to name, call, address
Term
aptus
Definition
fitting, suitable
Term
apud
Definition
at the house of, at, near, among
Term
aqua
Definition
water, aqueduct
Term
aquila
Definition
eagle
Term
ara
Definition
altar, refuge, protection
Term
arare
Definition
to plow
Term
arbiter
Definition
judge, witness, ruler, master
Term
arbor
Definition
tree, oar, mast, ship
Term
arcere
Definition
to shut in, keep away, prohibit,
prevent
Term
arcessere
Definition
to summon, invite
Term
arcus
Definition
bow, curve, arch, rainbow
Term
ardere
Definition
to burn, be on fire, glow
Term
arduus
Definition
steep, high, difficult
Term
arere
Definition
to be dry
Term
argentum
Definition
silver, money
Term
arguere
Definition
to prove, accuse, expose
Term
arma
Definition
weapons, armor, tools
Term
ars
Definition
art, skill, occupation, character
Term
artus
Definition
joint, limb
Term
arvum
Definition
soil, land, field, region
Term
arx
Definition
fortress, citadel, protection
Term
ascendere
Definition
to climb, climb up
Term
asper
Definition
rough, sour, harsh
Term
assiduus
Definition
attending, constant
Term
at
Definition
but, however
Term
ater
Definition
black, dark, sad, malicious
Term
atque
Definition
and, also
Term
atrox
Definition
savage, cruel
Term
auctoritas
Definition
authority, influence
Term
audax
Definition
bold, courageous
Term
audere
Definition
to dare, venture
Term
audire
Definition
to hear, listen to
Term
augere
Definition
to increase, furnish
Term
aura
Definition
breeze, air
Term
aureus
Definition
golden
Term
auriga
Definition
charioteer
Term
auris
Definition
ear, hearing
Term
aurum
Definition
gold, coin, cup
Term
auspicium
Definition
augury, omen
Term
aut
Definition
but, moreover, yet, however
Term
autem
Definition
but, moreover, now, however
Term
auxilium
Definition
help, aid, assistance
Term
avarus
Definition
greedy
Term
avere
Definition
to wish, desire, be well
Term
avis
Definition
bird, omen
Term
avus
Definition
grandfather, ancestor
Term
axis
Definition
axle, axis, sky
Term
baculum
Definition
stick
Term
barbarus
Definition
foreigner; foreign
Term
beatus
Definition
happy, blessed
Term
bellum
Definition
war, strife
Term
benignus
Definition
kind, abundant
Term
bibere
Definition
to drink
Term
biduum
Definition
two days
Term
bini
Definition
two at a time, two each
Term
bis
Definition
twice
Term
blandus
Definition
smooth, flattering
Term
bonus
Definition
good, noble, loyal, useful
Term
bos
Definition
ox, cow, bull, fish
Term
bracchium
Definition
arm, branch
Term
brevis
Definition
short, brief, shallow
Term
bulla
Definition
charm, locket
Term
cadere
Definition
to fall
Term
caedere
Definition
to cut, kill, beat
Term
caedes
Definition
murder, slaughter
Term
caelestis
Definition
heavenly
Term
caelum
Definition
sky, heavens, air, climate
Term
caeruleus
Definition
blue
Term
calamitas
Definition
disaster
Term
calere
Definition
to be warm, be excited
Term
campus
Definition
plain, field, space
Term
candere
Definition
to glitter, shine, glow
Term
canere
Definition
to sing, chant, prophesy
Term
canis
Definition
dog
Term
canus
Definition
white, gray-headed, old
Term
capere
Definition
to take, seize, injure
Term
capillus
Definition
hair
Term
caput
Definition
head, person, life
Term
carcer
Definition
prison, cell
Term
carere
Definition
to be without
Term
carina
Definition
keel, ship
Term
carmen
Definition
song, poem, prophecy
Term
caro
Definition
meat, flesh
Term
carpere
Definition
to pluck, annoy, enjoy
Term
carus
Definition
dear, precious, costly
Term
castra
Definition
camp
Term
castus
Definition
pure, guiltless, holy
Term
casus
Definition
a falling, chance, accident
Term
caterva
Definition
throng, crowd
Term
caupona
Definition
inn
Term
causa
Definition
cause, reason
Term
cavere
Definition
to guard against, order
Term
cavus
Definition
hollow
Term
cedere
Definition
to yield, move, retreat, give away
Term
celeber
Definition
crowded, famous
Term
celer
Definition
swift, hasty, rash
Term
-cellere
Definition
to be high
Term
cena
Definition
dinner, dish, course
Term
-cendere
Definition
to burn
Term
censere
Definition
to estimate, vote, advise, resolve
Term
centum
Definition
hundred
Term
centurio
Definition
centurion, captain
Term
cernere
Definition
to see, discern, decide, separate
Term
certus
Definition
sure, certain
Term
cervix
Definition
neck
Term
cetera
Definition
the others, the rest
Term
chorus
Definition
dance, chorus, crowd, troop
Term
cibus
Definition
food
Term
ciere
Definition
to stir up, agitate
Term
cingere
Definition
to surround, gird, escort
Term
cinis
Definition
ashes, ruins
Term
circa
Definition
around, about, near
Term
circum
Definition
around, about, nearq
Term
cista
Definition
trunk, chest
Term
citus
Definition
swift
Term
civis
Definition
citizen
Term
clades
Definition
destruction, disaster
Term
clam
Definition
secretly
Term
clamare
Definition
to shout, call out
Term
clarus
Definition
clear, famous
Term
classis
Definition
fleet, class, group
Term
claudere
Definition
to close, shut up
Term
clemens
Definition
mild, kind, merciful
Term
cliens
Definition
client, follower, dependent
Term
-clinare
Definition
to bend
Term
clipeus
Definition
shield
Term
cogere
Definition
to collect, compel, bring
Term
cogitare
Definition
to think of, consider
Term
cohors
Definition
cohort
Term
colere
Definition
to cultivate, till, inhabit, worship
Term
collis
Definition
hill, high ground
Term
collum
Definition
neck
Term
color
Definition
color, style, beauty, tone
Term
columna
Definition
pillar, column
Term
coma
Definition
hair, leaves, rays
Term
comes
Definition
companion
Term
comitia
Definition
assembly, election
Term
commeatus
Definition
supplies, provisions
Term
committere
Definition
to unite, combine, commit,
entrust
Term
commodus
Definition
suitable, friendly, pleasant
Term
communicare
Definition
to share, impart
Term
communis
Definition
common, public
Term
complere
Definition
to fill
Term
complures
Definition
several
Term
conari
Definition
to try, strive, undertake
Term
concilium
Definition
council, assembly
Term
condere
Definition
to found, compose, hide
Term
condicio
Definition
arrangement, conditions
Term
conficere
Definition
to accomplish, finish
Term
confidere
Definition
to trust
Term
confligere
Definition
to struggle, contest, strike,
clash
Term
coniunx
Definition
husband, wife
Term
consequi
Definition
to follow, overtake
Term
considere
Definition
to encamp, sit down
Term
consilium
Definition
plan, council, meeting
Term
constat, constare
Definition
it is evident
Term
constituere
Definition
to set up, decide, establish
Term
consulere
Definition
to consult, reflect
Term
contemnere
Definition
to despise
Term
conticescere
Definition
to become silent
Term
contio
Definition
assembly, address
Term
contra
Definition
against, opposite, facing
Term
contumelia
Definition
insult
Term
conviva
Definition
guest at a banquet
Term
copia
Definition
supply
Term
coquere
Definition
to cook
Term
cor
Definition
heart, mind, soul, person
Term
coram
Definition
in person, in presence of
Term
corn„
Definition
horn, wing of an army, hoof
Term
corona
Definition
crown, wreath, circle
Term
corpus
Definition
body
Term
cotidie
Definition
daily
Term
cras
Definition
tomorrow
Term
creare
Definition
to make, elect, produce
Term
creber
Definition
thick, crowded, repeated
Term
credere
Definition
to believe, trust
Term
crepare
Definition
to creak, rattle
Term
crescere
Definition
to grow, increase
Term
crimen
Definition
judgment, crime, accusation,
charge
Term
crinis
Definition
hair, comet's tail
Term
crudelis
Definition
cruel
Term
cruor
Definition
blood, gore, murder
Term
crus
Definition
leg
Term
crux
Definition
cross, trouble, tree
Term
cubare
Definition
to lie down, be ill in bed
Term
culpa
Definition
blame, fault
Term
cum
Definition
with; when, since, although
Term
cunctus
Definition
whole, entire
Term
cupere
Definition
to desire, be eager
Term
cur
Definition
why, wherefore
Term
cura
Definition
care, worry, concern
Term
curia
Definition
senate house, division of Romans,
town council
Term
currere
Definition
to run, hasten
Term
cursus
Definition
running, course
Term
curvus
Definition
curved, crooked, bent
Term
custos
Definition
guardian, spy
Term
damnum
Definition
injury, curse
Term
daps
Definition
banquet, feast
Term
dare
Definition
to give, cause, put
Term
de
Definition
down, away from, concerning
Term
dea
Definition
goddess
Term
debere
Definition
to owe, ought, be bound
Term
debilitare
Definition
to weaken
Term
decem
Definition
ten
Term
decere
Definition
to be proper
Term
decus
Definition
honor, beauty, grace
Term
deesse
Definition
to fail, be lacking
Term
defendere
Definition
to strike away, protect
Term
deinde, dein
Definition
then, next
Term
delere
Definition
to destroy
Term
deliciae
Definition
delight, charms, sweetheart
Term
delictum
Definition
fault, crime, transgression
Term
delubrum
Definition
shrine, temple
Term
demens
Definition
insane, mad
Term
denique
Definition
finally, again, in short
Term
dens
Definition
tooth
Term
densus
Definition
thick, dense, intense
Term
deserere
Definition
to neglect, abandon
Term
destinare
Definition
to make fast, fix, resolve
Term
dea
Definition
goddess
Term
deus
Definition
god, deity
Term
dexter
Definition
right
Term
dicere
Definition
to say, indicate, appoint
Term
dictitare
Definition
to keep saying, insist
Term
dies
Definition
day, time
Term
differre
Definition
to scatter, differ, postpone
Term
digitus
Definition
finger, inch, toe
Term
dignus
Definition
worthy
Term
diligere
Definition
to choose out, love
Term
dirigere
Definition
to put in order, straighten, direct
Term
diripere
Definition
to tear apart, plunder
Term
dis
Definition
rich
Term
discere
Definition
to learn
Term
discipulus
Definition
student
Term
discrimen
Definition
difference, crisis
Term
diu
Definition
by day, for a long time, ago
Term
dives
Definition
rich
Term
dividere
Definition
to divide, separate
Term
divus
Definition
divine
Term
docere
Definition
to teach, train
Term
dolere
Definition
to suffer, grieve
Term
dolus
Definition
trickery, deceit
Term
domicilium
Definition
residence
Term
dominus
Definition
master, lord, employer
Term
domus
Definition
house, home
Term
donec
Definition
until, so long as
Term
donum
Definition
gift, present
Term
dormire
Definition
to sleep, be inactive
Term
dubitare
Definition
to doubt, hesitate
Term
dubius
Definition
doubtful, dangerous
Term
ducere
Definition
to lead, draw away
Term
dulcis
Definition
sweet, pleasant
Term
dum
Definition
while, when, until, as long as
Term
duo
Definition
two
Term
durus
Definition
hard, awkward, rough
Term
dux
Definition
leader, general, guide
Term
e, ex
Definition
out of, from, since
Term
ebur
Definition
ivory
Term
ecce
Definition
behold
Term
edere
Definition
to eat
Term
efficere
Definition
to cause, bring about
Term
egere
Definition
to be needy, want
Term
ego
Definition
I
Term
egredi
Definition
to go out, leave
Term
elegens
Definition
tasteful, luxurious
Term
emere
Definition
to buy
Term
en
Definition
behold
Term
enim
Definition
indeed, for, namely
Term
ensis
Definition
sword
Term
eo
Definition
to that place
Term
eodem
Definition
to the same place
Term
epistula
Definition
letter, message
Term
epulae
Definition
feast, banquet, food
Term
eques
Definition
cavalryman, businessman
Term
equus
Definition
horse
Term
ergo
Definition
therefore, then
Term
errare
Definition
to wander, stray
Term
erudire
Definition
to free from roughness, educate
Term
esse
Definition
to be
Term
esurire
Definition
to be hungry
Term
et
Definition
and
Term
etiam
Definition
as yet, also, besides
Term
exanimare
Definition
to kill
Term
exemplum
Definition
sample, manner, example
Term
exiguus
Definition
small, scanty
Term
exitus
Definition
outcome, end
Term
expedire
Definition
to set free
Term
expergisci
Definition
to wake up, awaken
Term
experiri
Definition
to try, know, test
Term
exponere
Definition
to explain, set forth
Term
exstinguere
Definition
to exstinguish
Term
exsul
Definition
banished person, exile
Term
extra
Definition
outside of
Term
exuviae
Definition
spoils, riches
Term
fabula
Definition
story
Term
facere
Definition
to do, make
Term
facies
Definition
appearance, face, shape
Term
facilis
Definition
easy
Term
facinus
Definition
crime
Term
fallere
Definition
to deceive, fail
Term
fama
Definition
report, rumor
Term
fames
Definition
hunger, greed
Term
familia
Definition
household, family
Term
familiaris
Definition
private, of the household
Term
famulus
Definition
servant, attendant
Term
fanum
Definition
shrine
Term
fari
Definition
to speak, say, prophesy
Term
fas
Definition
divine law, right, fate
Term
fateri
Definition
to confess, admit
Term
favere
Definition
to favor, help
Term
fax
Definition
torch, brilliance
Term
felix
Definition
fruitful, happy, lucky
Term
femina
Definition
female, woman
Term
fenestra
Definition
window
Term
fere
Definition
almost, nearly, generally
Term
ferire
Definition
to strike, slay
Term
ferox
Definition
courageous, wild, fierce
Term
ferre
Definition
to bear, carry, cause
Term
ferrum
Definition
iron, plow, sword
Term
ferus
Definition
wild, savage
Term
fervere
Definition
to boil, glow, steam
Term
festinus
Definition
hasty
Term
festus
Definition
of a holiday, festive
Term
fides
Definition
trust, promise
Term
fiducia
Definition
trust, confidence
Term
fieri
Definition
to be made, happen
Term
figere
Definition
to fix, fasten
Term
filia
Definition
daughter
Term
filius
Definition
son
Term
fingere
Definition
to shape, form, fashion
Term
finire
Definition
to limit, bound
Term
finis
Definition
boundary, territory
Term
firmus
Definition
firm, strong
Term
flagitium
Definition
outrage, shameful
Term
flagrare
Definition
to burn, be consumed
Term
flamma
Definition
flame, destruction, fire
Term
flare
Definition
to blow, coin money
Term
flavus
Definition
yellow, tawny
Term
flectere
Definition
to bend, curve
Term
flere
Definition
to weep, drip, mourn
Term
flos
Definition
flower, ornament, blossom
Term
fluere
Definition
to flow, drip, sink
Term
fluvius
Definition
stream, river
Term
focus
Definition
hearth, home, family, pyre
Term
fodere
Definition
to dig
Term
foedus
Definition
treaty, agreement
Term
foedus
Definition
foul, filthy
Term
folium
Definition
leaf
Term
fons
Definition
fountain, spring, water
Term
foris
Definition
door, opening
Term
forma
Definition
shape, beauty, image
Term
fors
Definition
chance, luck
Term
forsitan, forsan
Definition
perhaps
Term
fortis
Definition
strong, brave
Term
fortuna
Definition
fortune, fate, condition
Term
forum
Definition
marketplace
Term
fossa
Definition
ditch
Term
fovere
Definition
to cherish, foster
Term
frangere
Definition
to break, subdue, humble
Term
frater
Definition
brother, ally
Term
fraus
Definition
fraud, deceit, crime, error
Term
frenum
Definition
bit, bridle
Term
frequens
Definition
crowded, full, constant
Term
frigus
Definition
cold, chill, dread
Term
frons (frondis)
Definition
leaf
Term
frons (frontis)
Definition
front, forehead
Term
frui
Definition
to enjoy
Term
frustra
Definition
in vain, in error
Term
fuga
Definition
flight, exile, speed
Term
fugere
Definition
to flee
Term
fulgere
Definition
to flash, shine, be distinguished
Term
fumus
Definition
smoke
Term
fundere
Definition
to pour, melt, spread
Term
fungi
Definition
to perform, experience
Term
funis
Definition
cord, rope
Term
funus
Definition
funeral, death
Term
fur
Definition
thief
Term
furere
Definition
to rage
Term
furtum
Definition
theft, trick, deceit
Term
galea
Definition
helmet
Term
gaudere
Definition
to rejoice, be glad
Term
gelu
Definition
frost, chill, coldness
Term
gemere
Definition
to groan, sigh, creak
Term
geminus
Definition
twin; similar, like
Term
gemma
Definition
bud of a plant, gem, jewel,
signet, signet ring
Term
gena
Definition
cheek, chin, eye
Term
gener
Definition
son-in-law
Term
gens
Definition
tribe, nation
Term
genu
Definition
knee
Term
genus
Definition
kind, birth, sex, manner
Term
gerere
Definition
to bear, carry, wear, wage
Term
germanus
Definition
brother
Term
gignere
Definition
to give birth to, beget
Term
gladius
Definition
sword
Term
gloria
Definition
glory, fame, ambition
Term
gradi
Definition
to step, walk, proceed
Term
gramen
Definition
grass, herb
Term
grandis
Definition
great, large, tall, old
Term
gratus
Definition
pleasing
Term
gravis
Definition
heavy, important, solid
Term
gremium
Definition
lap, bosom
Term
grex
Definition
herd, troop, flock
Term
habena
Definition
rein, throng
Term
habere
Definition
to have, hold, possess
Term
habitare
Definition
to live, dwell
Term
haerere
Definition
to stick, be embarrassed, cling
Term
harena
Definition
sand
Term
harundo
Definition
reed
Term
haud
Definition
not at all, by no means
Term
haurire
Definition
to draw up, drink, weaken, drain
Term
herba
Definition
stalk, vegetation, plant
Term
heres
Definition
heir, owner
Term
heri
Definition
yesterday
Term
heu
Definition
alas, oh
Term
hiberna
Definition
winter quarters
Term
hic/haec/hoc
Definition
this, the latter
Term
hiems
Definition
winter, storm
Term
historia
Definition
inquiry, story, history
Term
hodie
Definition
today, still, at once
Term
homo
Definition
man, person, human being
Term
honor
Definition
honor, office, value
Term
hora
Definition
hour, time, season, clock
Term
horrere
Definition
to tremble, shudder
Term
hortari
Definition
to encourage, urge
Term
hortus
Definition
garden
Term
hospes
Definition
host, guest, stranger
Term
hostis
Definition
enemy, stranger
Term
humanus
Definition
human, civilized
Term
humilis
Definition
low, shallow, humble
Term
humus
Definition
ground, earth, land, soil, country
Term
hymenaeus
Definition
marriage
Term
iacere
Definition
to lie, be sick
Term
iacere
Definition
to throw, hurl
Term
iactare
Definition
to toss, buffet
Term
iam
Definition
now, already
Term
ianua
Definition
door, entrance, approach
Term
ibi
Definition
there, then
Term
ictus
Definition
blow, stroke, bear, hit
Term
idem
Definition
same, also, yet, likewise
Term
ideo
Definition
therefore
Term
igitur
Definition
therefore
Term
ignis
Definition
fire, flame
Term
ignorare
Definition
to not know, neglect
Term
ille/illa/illud
Definition
that, the former
Term
imago
Definition
image, portrait, idea
Term
imber
Definition
rain, storm
Term
imitari
Definition
to imitate, be like
Term
immensus
Definition
immense, vast
Term
immo
Definition
on the contrary, yes, no
Term
impedimentum
Definition
hindrance, obstacle
Term
impedimenta
Definition
baggage
Term
impedire
Definition
to hinder
Term
imperare
Definition
to command, order
Term
impetrare
Definition
to obtain (a request)
Term
in
Definition
in, on, until (ablative)
Term
in
Definition
into, onto (accusative)
Term
inanis
Definition
empty, hollow
Term
incendium
Definition
fire
Term
incola
Definition
inhabitant
Term
inde
Definition
thence, from there, then
Term
index
Definition
witness, observer
Term
indicare
Definition
to betray, point out
Term
induere
Definition
to put on, surround, fall into
Term
indulgere
Definition
to indulge, allow
Term
infra
Definition
below
Term
ingenium
Definition
nature, ability
Term
ingens
Definition
huge, vast
Term
inquam
Definition
I say
Term
insidiae
Definition
ambush, plot, trap
Term
insignis
Definition
distinguished, extraordinary
Term
insula
Definition
island, apartment building
Term
integer
Definition
whole, fresh, innocent
Term
intellegere
Definition
to understand, know
Term
inter
Definition
between, among, during
Term
interdum
Definition
sometimes
Term
interest
Definition
it concerns
Term
interim
Definition
meanwhile, however
Term
invenire
Definition
to find, come upon
Term
invitare
Definition
to invite, induce
Term
invitus
Definition
unwilling, reluctant
Term
iocus
Definition
joke
Term
ipse
Definition
self, very
Term
ira
Definition
anger, rage
Term
ire
Definition
to go, pass, proceed
Term
is/ea/id
Definition
he/she/it, this/that
Term
iste
Definition
that of yours
Term
ita
Definition
so, thus
Term
item
Definition
also, likewise
Term
iter
Definition
journey, march, route
Term
iterum
Definition
again
Term
iubere
Definition
to order, bid, command
Term
iucundus
Definition
pleasant
Term
iugum
Definition
yoke, ridge, pair, bond
Term
iungere
Definition
to join, mate, form, bind
Term
ius
Definition
right, law
Term
iuvare
Definition
to help, please
Term
iuvencus
Definition
sacrificial bull
Term
iuvenis
Definition
young, youthful
Term
labi
Definition
to slip, glide, flow
Term
labor
Definition
work, hardship, distress
Term
lac
Definition
milk
Term
lacer
Definition
torn
Term
lacertus
Definition
arm
Term
lacessere
Definition
to harrass, attack
Term
lacrimare
Definition
to weep
Term
lacus
Definition
lake, hollow, pool, tank
Term
laedere
Definition
to injure, strike, offend
Term
laetus
Definition
happy, fat, rich
Term
laevus
Definition
left, foolish, unlucky
Term
languere
Definition
to be tired, faint
Term
lapis
Definition
stone
Term
largus
Definition
abundant, rich
Term
lassus
Definition
tired
Term
latere
Definition
to lie hidden
Term
latro
Definition
highwayman, bandit
Term
latus (lateris)
Definition
side, flank
Term
latus (lati)
Definition
wide, full, rich
Term
laurus
Definition
laurel tree, victory wreath
Term
laus
Definition
praise, fame, glory
Term
lectica
Definition
a litter
Term
lectus
Definition
bed, couch
Term
legere
Definition
to collect, read, choose
Term
lenis
Definition
soft, gentle, mild
Term
lentus
Definition
slow
Term
leo
Definition
lion
Term
letum
Definition
death, ruin
Term
levis (1)
Definition
light, swift
Term
levis (2)
Definition
smooth, polished
Term
lex
Definition
law, decree, contrast
Term
libare
Definition
to sip, taste
Term
liber (1)
Definition
free
Term
liber (2)
Definition
book, bark of a tree
Term
liberi
Definition
children
Term
libet
Definition
it pleases
Term
licet
Definition
it is allowed
Term
ligare
Definition
to bind, tie, fasten
Term
lignum
Definition
wood, timber, firewood
Term
lilium
Definition
lily
Term
limen
Definition
threshhold, entrance, home
Term
lingua
Definition
language, tongue
Term
linquere
Definition
to leave, faint, abandon
Term
liquere
Definition
to be liquid, flow
Term
littera
Definition
letter of the alphabet, message
Term
litus
Definition
shore, beach, coast
Term
locuples
Definition
rich
Term
locus
Definition
place, period, position
Term
longus
Definition
long, tedious
Term
loqui
Definition
to speak
Term
lorica
Definition
breastplate, cuirass
Term
lucus
Definition
grove
Term
ludere
Definition
to play, imitate, mock
Term
ludus
Definition
game, play, school, joke
Term
lugere
Definition
to mourn
Term
lumen
Definition
light, lamp, eye, hope
Term
luna
Definition
moon, night, month
Term
lupus
Definition
wolf, fish, hook
Term
lux
Definition
light, lamp, eye
Term
mactare
Definition
to sacrifice, exalt
Term
maerere
Definition
to grieve
Term
magister
Definition
teacher, master, captain
Term
magnus
Definition
large, great
Term
malle
Definition
to prefer, wish
Term
malus
Definition
bad, evil
Term
malum
Definition
apple
Term
mandare
Definition
to entrust
Term
mane
Definition
in the morning, early
Term
manere
Definition
to remain, stay
Term
manus
Definition
hand, band, power, violence
Term
mappa
Definition
napkin, handkerchief
Term
mare
Definition
sea
Term
maritus
Definition
marital, tied together
Term
marmor
Definition
marble, stone, sea foam
Term
mater
Definition
mother, source, origin
Term
materia
Definition
matter, timber, cause
Term
maturus
Definition
ripe, mature, quick
Term
mederi
Definition
to heal
Term
mediocris
Definition
mediocre, ordinary
Term
medius
Definition
middle of, central
Term
mel
Definition
honey, sweetness
Term
membrum
Definition
limb, clause
Term
memor
Definition
mindful, grateful
Term
mens
Definition
mind, feelings, courage
Term
mensa
Definition
altar, table, dish, course
Term
mensis
Definition
month
Term
mercator
Definition
merchant, trader
Term
merere
Definition
to earn
Term
mergere
Definition
to immerse, overwhelm
Term
meridies
Definition
midday, noon
Term
merus
Definition
pure, unmixed, complete
Term
messis
Definition
harvest, crop
Term
meta
Definition
goal, limit, turning post
Term
metus
Definition
fear, awe, dread
Term
meus
Definition
my, mine
Term
micare
Definition
to vibrate, flicker, shine
Term
miles
Definition
soldier
Term
mille
Definition
thousand
Term
minae
Definition
threats, menaces
Term
minere
Definition
to overhang, to project
Term
minister
Definition
servant, attendant
Term
mirus
Definition
wonderful, strange
Term
miscere
Definition
to mix, unite, confuse
Term
miser
Definition
poor, wretched, unfortunate
Term
mitis
Definition
soft, gentle, ripe
Term
mittere
Definition
to send, shed, pass over
Term
modo
Definition
only, merely, just
Term
modus
Definition
method, means, measure, rule
Term
moenia
Definition
walls, fortification, castle
Term
moles
Definition
mass, rock, power
Term
mollis
Definition
soft, mild, easy
Term
monere
Definition
to warn, advise, instruct
Term
mons
Definition
mountain, mass, rock
Term
monstrum
Definition
wonder, portent, warning
Term
mora
Definition
delay, pause, time
Term
morari
Definition
to delay, remain, stay
Term
morbus
Definition
sickness, disease
Term
mordere
Definition
to bite, cut, hurt, sting
Term
mori
Definition
to die
Term
mors
Definition
death, corpse
Term
mortuus
Definition
dead
Term
mos
Definition
custom, will, rule
Term
movere
Definition
to move, remove, change
Term
mox
Definition
soon
Term
mugire
Definition
to bellow, roar, moo
Term
mulier
Definition
woman, wife
Term
multitudo
Definition
crowd, multitude
Term
multus
Definition
much, many
Term
mundus
Definition
world, mankind
Term
municipium
Definition
free town
Term
munus
Definition
gift, office, duty, charge
Term
murmur
Definition
murmur, roaring
Term
murus
Definition
wall, protection
Term
mutare
Definition
to change, move, alter
Term
nam
Definition
for, indeed
Term
nancisci
Definition
to find, obtain
Term
nare
Definition
to swim, sail, flow, fly
Term
narrare
Definition
to make known, tell
Term
nasci
Definition
to be born, arise
Term
natare
Definition
to swim
Term
natio
Definition
nation, tribe, race
Term
navigare
Definition
to sail, swim
Term
navis
Definition
ship, vessel
Term
-ne
Definition
(interrogative particle)
Term
ne, neve
Definition
not, indeed
Term
nec, neque
Definition
neither, nor, not
Term
necare
Definition
to kill
Term
necesse
Definition
necessary
Term
nectere
Definition
to bind, enslave
Term
nefarius
Definition
unspeakable, infamous, wicked
Term
negare
Definition
to deny
Term
neglegere
Definition
to neglect, omit
Term
negotium
Definition
business, trouble
Term
nemo
Definition
no one, nobody
Term
nemus
Definition
grove, glade
Term
nepos
Definition
grandson, nephew
Term
nequitia
Definition
worthlessness
Term
nescire
Definition
not to know, be ignorant
Term
neu, neve
Definition
and not, nor
Term
nex
Definition
death, murder
Term
niger
Definition
black
Term
nihil
Definition
nothing, none
Term
nimis
Definition
too much, very much
Term
nisi
Definition
unless, if not, except
Term
nitere
Definition
to shine
Term
niti
Definition
to strive, rest, lean, press
Term
nix
Definition
snow
Term
nocere
Definition
to harm
Term
nomen
Definition
name, title, noun
Term
non
Definition
not
Term
nondum
Definition
not yet
Term
nos
Definition
we, us
Term
noscere
Definition
to learn, know, investigate
Term
noster
Definition
our
Term
novem
Definition
nine
Term
novus
Definition
new, unusual, strange
Term
nox
Definition
night, sleep, death, gloom
Term
nubere
Definition
to cover, veil, marry
Term
nubes
Definition
cloud, mass, gloom, veil
Term
nudus
Definition
naked, deprived, plain
Term
-nuere
Definition
to nod
Term
nullus
Definition
none, no
Term
numen
Definition
nod, divine will, divine power
Term
numerus
Definition
number, rank, category
Term
numquam
Definition
never
Term
nunc
Definition
now
Term
nuntius
Definition
message, messenger
Term
nuper
Definition
recently
Term
nusquam
Definition
nowhere
Term
nutrire
Definition
to nourish, support
Term
nympha
Definition
bride, nymph, water
Term
ob
Definition
on account of, before
Term
obesus
Definition
fat
Term
oblivisci
Definition
to forget
Term
obscurus
Definition
covered, dark, secret
Term
obsecrare
Definition
to beg, implore
Term
obses
Definition
hostage
Term
occidere
Definition
to strike down, kill
Term
occulare
Definition
to hide
Term
occupare
Definition
to seize, anticipate
Term
occurrere
Definition
to run toward, meet
Term
octo
Definition
eight
Term
oculus
Definition
eye, ornament, treasure
Term
odi
Definition
to hate
Term
odor
Definition
smell, perfume, stench, hint
Term
offerre
Definition
to offer, present, carry to
Term
officium
Definition
duty
Term
olim
Definition
once, formerly
Term
oliva
Definition
olive
Term
omen
Definition
omen, portent
Term
omnino
Definition
altogether, in all
Term
omnis
Definition
all, whole, every
Term
onerarius
Definition
burden-bearing
Term
onus
Definition
load, burden, charge, tax
Term
opacus
Definition
shaded, dark
Term
opera
Definition
effort, services
Term
opinari
Definition
to suppose, imagine
Term
oportet, oportere
Definition
it is proper, to be
proper
Term
oppidum
Definition
town
Term
opprimere
Definition
to crush, overwhelm, press
down
Term
ops
Definition
wealth, might, power, help
Term
optare
Definition
to choose, desire
Term
optimus
Definition
best, very good, excellent
Term
opus
Definition
work, building
Term
orbis
Definition
circle, orbit, ring, coil
Term
ordo
Definition
rank, order, line, class
Term
oriri
Definition
to rise, be born
Term
ornamentum
Definition
decoration, furnishings (pl.)
Term
ornare
Definition
to equip, honor
Term
os (oris)
Definition
mouth, face, expression
Term
os (ossis)
Definition
bone, frame
Term
osculum
Definition
kiss
Term
ostendere
Definition
to show, display
Term
ostium
Definition
door, entrance, mouth
Term
otium
Definition
leisure, peace
Term
ovum
Definition
egg
Term
pabulari
Definition
to forage
Term
pabulum
Definition
fodder, food
Term
paene
Definition
almost, nearly
Term
paenitet, paenitere
Definition
it repents/regrets, to
repent, regret
Term
Palatium
Definition
Palatine hill, palace
Term
pallere
Definition
to be pale, be yellow
Term
palma
Definition
palm of the hand, palm branch,
victory
Term
palus (paludis)
Definition
marsh, swamp
Term
palus (pali)
Definition
stake, prop
Term
panis
Definition
bread
Term
par
Definition
equal, companion
Term
parare
Definition
to prepare, set, obtain
Term
parcere
Definition
to spare, refrain
Term
parens
Definition
parent, cause
Term
parere
Definition
to bear, give birth to
Term
parere
Definition
to obey, yield, appear
Term
paries
Definition
wall (of a house)
Term
pars
Definition
part, portion, rule
Term
parvus
Definition
small, little
Term
pascere
Definition
to feed, graze
Term
passus
Definition
step, pace, track
Term
pater
Definition
father, ancestor
Term
patere
Definition
to lie open, extend
Term
pati
Definition
to experience, suffer, allow
Term
patria
Definition
country, native land
Term
pauca
Definition
few, little
Term
pauper
Definition
poor, humble
Term
pavere
Definition
to quake, panic
Term
pax
Definition
peace, calm, grace, favor
Term
peccare
Definition
to make a mistake, err
Term
pectus
Definition
breast, conscience, heart
Term
pecunia
Definition
money, property, wealth
Term
pecus
Definition
cattle, herd, flock
Term
pelagus
Definition
sea
Term
-pellare
Definition
to speak
Term
pellere
Definition
to push, strike, move
Term
pendere
Definition
to hang
Term
pendere
Definition
to weigh, pay, value, judge
Term
penitus
Definition
inward, within
Term
penna
Definition
feather
Term
per
Definition
through, by, before
Term
percutere
Definition
to strike
Term
perdere
Definition
to lose, destroy
Term
perfidia
Definition
faithlessness, treachery
Term
pergere
Definition
to continue, proceed
Term
periculum
Definition
danger, trial, proof
Term
perire
Definition
to pass through, perish
Term
peritus
Definition
skilled, experienced
Term
pernicies
Definition
destruction, ruin
Term
perspicere
Definition
to look through, perceive
Term
persuadere
Definition
to persuade, convince
Term
pervenire
Definition
to arrive (at), reach
Term
pes
Definition
foot, chair
Term
pessimus
Definition
worst, very bad
Term
pestis
Definition
plague, scourge, ruin
Term
petere
Definition
to seek, make for, aim
Term
pharetra
Definition
quiver (for arrows)
Term
philosophus
Definition
philosophical
Term
pictura
Definition
picture
Term
piger
Definition
sluggish, slow, unfruitful
Term
pignus
Definition
pledge
Term
pilum
Definition
javelin
Term
pingere
Definition
to paint, embroider, stain
Term
pinguis
Definition
fat, rich
Term
piscis
Definition
fish
Term
pius
Definition
dutiful, holy, kind, devoted
Term
placet
Definition
it pleases
Term
planus
Definition
level, flat, plain
Term
plaudere
Definition
to strike, beat, clap
Term
plaustrum
Definition
wagon, cart
Term
plebs
Definition
plebeians, common people
Term
plenus
Definition
full, rich, strong
Term
plerique
Definition
most, majority, many
Term
plicare
Definition
to fold
Term
plorare
Definition
to wail
Term
poena
Definition
punishment, penalty
Term
poeta
Definition
poet, maker
Term
poculum
Definition
cup
Term
polliceri
Definition
to promise
Term
polus
Definition
sky, heaven, pole
Term
pomum
Definition
fruit
Term
pondus
Definition
weight, mass, authority
Term
ponere
Definition
to put, place, wager
Term
pons
Definition
bridge, deck of a ship
Term
pontus
Definition
sea, the deep
Term
popina
Definition
eating-house, cook-shop
Term
populari
Definition
to ravage, devastate
Term
populus
Definition
people, nation, crowd
Term
porcus
Definition
pig
Term
porta
Definition
gate, passageway
Term
portare
Definition
to carry, bear, bring
Term
poscere
Definition
to ask, request, demand
Term
posse
Definition
to be able, have influence
Term
possidere
Definition
to possess, have, hold
Term
post
Definition
behind, later
Term
postquam
Definition
after
Term
postulare
Definition
to demand, accuse
Term
potens
Definition
powerful, capable
Term
potis
Definition
able
Term
potus
Definition
drinking, drunk
Term
prae
Definition
before, in front of
Term
praebere
Definition
to offer, supply, allow
Term
praeceps
Definition
headlong, steep, quick
Term
praecipere
Definition
to advise, anticipate
Term
praeda
Definition
spoils, plunder, prey
Term
praedicare
Definition
to declare, boast
Term
praeditus
Definition
endowed, supplied
Term
praedo
Definition
pirate, robber, bandit
Term
praeesse
Definition
to be in charge of
Term
praeficere
Definition
to set over, place in charge
Term
praemium
Definition
reward, gift, prize
Term
praestare
Definition
to excel, stand over
Term
praeter
Definition
besides, except, more than
Term
prehendere
Definition
to seize, snatch
Term
premere
Definition
to press, pursue
Term
pretium
Definition
price, prize
Term
prex
Definition
prayer, curse
Term
pridie
Definition
on the day before
Term
princeps
Definition
first, in front, leader, emperor
Term
priscus
Definition
former, ancient
Term
pristinus
Definition
former, ancient
Term
privus
Definition
single, every, special
Term
pro
Definition
for, before, just as, like
Term
probus
Definition
honest, good
Term
procul
Definition
in the distance, far off
Term
prodere
Definition
to put forth, betray
Term
prodesse
Definition
to be useful, benefit
Term
proelium
Definition
battle
Term
proficisci
Definition
to depart, arise
Term
profundus
Definition
deep, high, thick
Term
proles
Definition
offspring, descendants
Term
prope
Definition
near
Term
properare
Definition
to hasten, complete
Term
propinquus
Definition
near, close
Term
proprius
Definition
one's own, special
Term
propter
Definition
near, on account of
Term
prora
Definition
prow (bow)
Term
prosperus
Definition
fortunate, favorable
Term
protinus
Definition
forward, immediately
Term
provincia
Definition
province, office
Term
publicus
Definition
of the people, official
Term
pudet, pudere
Definition
it shames, to shame
Term
puella
Definition
girl
Term
puer
Definition
boy, child, slave
Term
pugna
Definition
battle, array
Term
pulcher
Definition
beautiful, handsome
Term
pullus
Definition
chicken
Term
pupa
Definition
doll
Term
puppis
Definition
stern, ship
Term
purpura
Definition
purple fish, high rank
Term
purus
Definition
pure, simple
Term
putare
Definition
to think
Term
quaerere
Definition
to seek, ask, get, miss
Term
qualis
Definition
of what kind, such as
Term
quam
Definition
how, as, than, as ... as possible
Term
quamquam
Definition
although, however
Term
quamvis
Definition
although, however
Term
quando
Definition
when, ever
Term
quantus
Definition
how great, how much
Term
quare
Definition
therefore, by what thing (qua re)
Term
quartus
Definition
fourth
Term
quasi
Definition
as if, just as, about
Term
quatere
Definition
to shake, shatter
Term
quattuor
Definition
four
Term
-que
Definition
and
Term
querela
Definition
complaint
Term
queri
Definition
to complain, lament
Term
qui/quae/quod
Definition
who/what/which
Term
quia
Definition
because
Term
quicumque
Definition
whoever, whatever
Term
quadam
Definition
a certain one, kind of
Term
quidem
Definition
indeed, to be sure
Term
quies
Definition
rest, peace, sleep, dream
Term
quinque
Definition
five
Term
quire
Definition
to be able
Term
quis, quid
Definition
who, what
Term
quisnam
Definition
who, what
Term
quisquam
Definition
anyone, anything
Term
quisque
Definition
each one, every
Term
quisquis
Definition
anyone
Term
quod
Definition
because, since, why
Term
quondam
Definition
once, formerly
Term
quoniam
Definition
because
Term
quoque
Definition
also, too
Term
quot
Definition
how many, as many
Term
radius
Definition
ray, staff, shovel, beam
Term
radix
Definition
root
Term
raeda
Definition
coach, traveling carriage
Term
ramus
Definition
branch, bough
Term
rapere
Definition
to seize, rob
Term
rarus
Definition
rare, loose, thin
Term
ratis
Definition
raft, boat
Term
recens
Definition
recent, new, fresh
Term
recordari
Definition
to recall, remember
Term
recuperare
Definition
to recover
Term
rectus
Definition
right, proper
Term
regere
Definition
to rule, guide
Term
regina
Definition
queen
Term
regnum
Definition
kingdom, royal power
Term
religio
Definition
scruple, exactness, reverence
Term
relinquere
Definition
to leave, abandon
Term
reliquus
Definition
remaining, rest, future
Term
repente
Definition
suddenly
Term
reprehendere
Definition
to scold, blame
Term
reri
Definition
to think
Term
res
Definition
thing, matter, interest, cause
Term
respondere
Definition
to answer, match
Term
reus
Definition
defendant
Term
rex
Definition
king, ruler
Term
ridere
Definition
to laugh at, smile, please
Term
rigere
Definition
to be stiff
Term
ripa
Definition
bank, shore
Term
rivus
Definition
stream
Term
robur
Definition
hard wood, hardness, strength
Term
rogare
Definition
to ask
Term
rogus
Definition
funeral pyre
Term
rosa
Definition
rose
Term
rota
Definition
wheel
Term
rubere
Definition
to be red, blush, glow
Term
rudis
Definition
rough, awkward
Term
ruere
Definition
to rush, collapse
Term
rumor
Definition
rumor, report, opinion
Term
rumpere
Definition
to break, violate
Term
rupes
Definition
cliff
Term
rursus
Definition
again, backward
Term
rus
Definition
field, country, farm
Term
sacer
Definition
sacred
Term
sacerdos
Definition
priest
Term
saeculum
Definition
generation, century, age
Term
saepe
Definition
often
Term
saevus
Definition
savage, violent
Term
sagitta
Definition
arrow
Term
salire
Definition
to leap, bound
Term
saltem
Definition
at least
Term
salus
Definition
health, safety, greeting
Term
salvus
Definition
safe, unharmed
Term
sanctus
Definition
holy, pure
Term
sanguis
Definition
blood, race, family
Term
sanus
Definition
sane, correct, sound
Term
sapere
Definition
to taste, be wise
Term
sapiens
Definition
wise
Term
satis
Definition
enough, sufficient
Term
saxum
Definition
rock, stone
Term
scelestus
Definition
wicked
Term
scelus
Definition
crime, misfortune, sin
Term
scilicet
Definition
of course
Term
scindere
Definition
to split, cut, carve
Term
scire
Definition
to know
Term
scopulus
Definition
crag, cliff
Term
scribere
Definition
to write, draw, draw up
Term
scutum
Definition
shield
Term
se
Definition
himself, herself, itself
Term
secundus
Definition
second, favorable
Term
securus
Definition
secure, carefree
Term
sed
Definition
but
Term
sedere
Definition
to sit
Term
sedes
Definition
seat, chair, home, place
Term
seges
Definition
crop, ground, source
Term
sella
Definition
chair, seat
Term
semel
Definition
once, ever
Term
semper
Definition
always
Term
senex
Definition
old man, old
Term
sentire
Definition
to feel, realize, judge
Term
sepelire
Definition
to bury, ruin, destroy
Term
septem
Definition
seven
Term
sequi
Definition
to follow, strive, aim
Term
serenus
Definition
clear, bright, fair
Term
serere
Definition
to join, sow
Term
sermo
Definition
conversation, style, language
Term
serpere
Definition
to creep, crawl
Term
sertum
Definition
wreath, garland
Term
servare
Definition
to save, watch over
Term
servus
Definition
slave, servant
Term
seu, sive
Definition
or, if
Term
severus
Definition
severe, strict
Term
sex
Definition
six
Term
si
Definition
if, supposing that
Term
sic
Definition
thus, so, so much
Term
sica
Definition
dagger
Term
siccus
Definition
dry, thirsty
Term
sicut
Definition
just as, as
Term
sidus
Definition
star, constellation, season
Term
signum
Definition
sign, standard, seal
Term
silere
Definition
to be silent, be still
Term
silva
Definition
forest, bush, grove, woods
Term
similis
Definition
similar, same
Term
simplex
Definition
simple, single, pure
Term
simul
Definition
at once, together, at the same time
Term
sine
Definition
without
Term
sinere
Definition
to place, allow, leave
Term
singuli
Definition
one at a time, separate
Term
sinister
Definition
left, wrong, unfavorable
Term
sistere
Definition
to cause to stop, place
Term
sitis
Definition
thirst, dryness, desire
Term
socius
Definition
ally
Term
sol
Definition
sun, day
Term
solari
Definition
to console, comfort
Term
solea
Definition
sandal
Term
solere
Definition
to be accustomed
Term
sollemnis
Definition
annual, festive, solemn
Term
sollicitus
Definition
stirred up, disturbed, worried,anxious
Term
solum
Definition
soil, ground
Term
solus
Definition
alone, uninhabited
Term
solvere
Definition
to loosen, pay, solve
Term
somnus
Definition
sleep, night, laziness
Term
sonus
Definition
sound, tone, character
Term
soror
Definition
sister
Term
sors
Definition
fate, lot, money
Term
spargere
Definition
to scatter, sprinkle
Term
spatium
Definition
room, space, period
Term
spectare
Definition
to look at, watch
Term
species
Definition
kind, view, image, beauty
Term
speculum
Definition
mirror
Term
spelunca
Definition
cave
Term
spernere
Definition
to remove, reject, spurn
Term
spes
Definition
hope
Term
spirare
Definition
to breathe, exhale
Term
spiritus
Definition
spirit, breath, life
Term
splendere
Definition
to shine
Term
spoliare
Definition
to strip, rob, despoil
Term
spolium
Definition
hide, skin, arms, armor
Term
spons
Definition
of one's own accord
Term
stare
Definition
to stand, remain, support
Term
statim
Definition
immediately, at once
Term
statuere
Definition
to establish, decide
Term
stella
Definition
star
Term
sternere
Definition
to spread, strew
Term
stipendium
Definition
pay, tribute
Term
strepere
Definition
to shout, make noise
Term
stringere
Definition
to bind, strip, injure
Term
struere
Definition
to build, arrange
Term
studere
Definition
to be eager, support
Term
stultus
Definition
stultus
Term
stupere
Definition
to be stunned, halt, gape, be
amazed
Term
suadere
Definition
to recommend, urge
Term
suavis
Definition
sweet, delightful
Term
sub
Definition
under, at the foot of
Term
subito
Definition
suddenly
Term
sublimis
Definition
high, lofty
Term
suescere
Definition
to become accustomed
Term
suffragium
Definition
ballot, vote, suffrage
Term
sulcus
Definition
furrow
Term
sumere
Definition
to take, choose, obtain
Term
summus
Definition
highest, greatest, the top of
Term
super
Definition
above, besides, over
Term
superare
Definition
to overcome
Term
superbus
Definition
arrogant, haughty
Term
superesse
Definition
to remain over, survive
Term
surgere
Definition
to rise, surge, get up
Term
suus
Definition
his own, her own, its own, their own
Term
tabella
Definition
tablet, letter
Term
taberna
Definition
shop, inn, bar
Term
tabula
Definition
table, record
Term
tacere
Definition
to be silent, be still
Term
taeda
Definition
torch
Term
tali
Definition
dice, knucklebones
Term
talis
Definition
such
Term
tam
Definition
so, so much
Term
tamen
Definition
nevertheless, however, yet
Term
tamquam
Definition
as if
Term
tandem
Definition
at last, finally
Term
tangere
Definition
to touch, strike, push
Term
tantus
Definition
so great, so much
Term
tardus
Definition
slow, tardy, dull, stupid
Term
taurus
Definition
bull, ox
Term
tegere
Definition
to cover, bury, protect
Term
tellus
Definition
earth, soil, country
Term
telum
Definition
weapon, missile, dart
Term
temere
Definition
rashly, by chance
Term
tempestas
Definition
storm, time, season
Term
templum
Definition
temple, shrine, section
Term
temptare
Definition
to test, prove, examine
Term
tempus
Definition
tempus
Term
tendere
Definition
to stretch, give, try
Term
tenebrae
Definition
darkness, blindness
Term
tener
Definition
tender, young
Term
tenere
Definition
to hold, restrain, know
Term
tenuis
Definition
thin, subtle, little, low
Term
ter
Definition
three times, thrice
Term
tergum
Definition
back, hide, skin
Term
terra
Definition
land, earth, country
Term
terrere
Definition
to frighten, deter
Term
tertius
Definition
third
Term
testis
Definition
witness
Term
texere
Definition
to weave, build
Term
thalamus
Definition
bedchamber
Term
thermae
Definition
public baths
Term
thesaurus
Definition
treasure, storehouse
Term
timere
Definition
to fear, dread
Term
titulus
Definition
inscription, title
Term
togatus
Definition
clad in a toga
Term
tolerare
Definition
to bear, endure
Term
tollere
Definition
to lift, raise, steal
Term
torquere
Definition
to twist, distort, hurl
Term
torrere
Definition
to roast, burn, dry up
Term
torus
Definition
knot, muscle, bed, mound
Term
tot
Definition
so many, so much
Term
totus
Definition
whole, absorbed
Term
trabs
Definition
beam, timber
Term
tradere
Definition
to hand over, surrender
Term
trahere
Definition
to draw, drag, prolong
Term
trans
Definition
over, across
Term
tremere
Definition
to tremble, quake
Term
trepidus
Definition
trembling, nervous
Term
tres
Definition
three
Term
tribuere
Definition
to assign, divide, give
Term
triclinium
Definition
dining room
Term
triduum
Definition
three days
Term
tristis
Definition
sad
Term
triumphus
Definition
triumph
Term
tu
Definition
you (singular)
Term