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Latin: English Meaning Index

This English Index lists, in alphabetical order, seemingly significant words used in the "general meaning" glosses of Base Forms underlying one or more surface (word) forms in lesson texts. For each English word, base forms having that word in their general meanings are shown, along with links to every usage, in every numbered lesson, of the associated surface forms. With this index, one may click on any link to perform a quick "usage look-up," and thereby study how surface forms in texts are constructed from base forms sharing a general English meaning word. In order to reduce clutter in this index, certain high-frequency English "function" words are ignored unless there are no "content" words in the meaning.

This index was created by software, not by human hand, using lesson materials authored with very few constraints on the expression of "meaning" other than it being in English. Selecting significant words from free-form text via software is a notoriously difficult task. For example, while most meanings in these lessons are expressed as "glosses," some or parts may be comments directed toward the human reader, who is expected to discern the difference. Computer software cannot yet make such subtle linguistic distinctions, so all words in a meaning are treated alike. With few exceptions, then, all words are indexed. The results are neither produced nor presented with any claims to superior linguistic sensitivity, but at least the full meaning texts are shown for your inspection and judgment. Modest effort was invested in tuning the software to ignore [apparently] superfluous, high-frequency words (e.g., the preposition "of") that, in the presence of [apparently] more important words, contribute little or no useful information to an index; unfortunately this may result in some words, in some contexts, being unfairly omitted.




ABIDE : <stō, stāre, stēti, statum> stand, abide -- ABLE : <possum, posse, potuī> be able -- ABLE : <valeō, valēre, valuī, -> be able -- ABOUT : <de> from, about -- ABOVE : <insuper> above, on top -- ABUNDANCE : <copia, copiae> abundance, wealth -- ABUNDANT : <exūberō, exūberāre, -, -> be abundant -- ACCOUNT : <ratio, rationis> account, affair -- ACCUSTOM : <adsuēscō, adsuescere, adsuescēvī, adsuescētum> accustom -- ACCUSTOMED : <solitus, solita, solitum> accustomed -- ACCUSTOMED : <sōleō, solēre, solitum> be accustomed -- ACQUAINTED : <nōscō, nōscere, nōvī, nōtum> be acquainted with, get to know -- ACROSS : <trānō, tranāre, tranāvī> swim across -- ADD : <adiungō, adjungere, adjūnxī, adjūnctum> add -- ADDICTED : <deditus, dedita, deditum> devoted, addicted -- ADEQUATELY : <satis> adequately, sufficiently -- ADJOINING : <cohaerens, cohaerentis> continuous, adjoining -- ADJOINING : <conexus, conexa, conexum> adjoining -- ADMINISTER : <administrō, administrāre, administrāvī, administrātum> administer, conduct -- ADMINISTRATOR : <administer, administri> administrator -- ADMIRE : <admīror, admirārī, admirātus sum> admire -- ADVANCE : <prōcēdō, procedere, processī, processum> advance -- ADVANTAGEOUS : <commodus, commoda, commodum> used adverbially = complete, advantageous -- AENEAS : <Aeneas, Aeneae> Aeneas -- AFFAIR : <ratio, rationis> account, affair -- AFFECTION : <affectio, affectionis> affection -- AFFLICT : <adficiō, adficere, adfēcī, adfectum> afflict -- AFTER : <ab> from, after -- AFTER : <exin> after that, then -- AFTER : <post> after -- AFTER : <posthabeō, posthabēre, posthabuī, posthabitum> place after, esteem less -- AFTER : <postquam> after -- AGAINST : <adversus> opposite to, against -- AGED : <senex, senis> aged -- AGRICULTURE : <agricultura, agriculturae> agriculture -- AIM : <cōnor, conārī, conātus sum> attempt, aim -- ALBAN : <Albanus, Albana, Albanum> Alban -- ALBINUS : <Albinus, Albini> Albinus -- ALCUIN : <Alcuinus, Alcuini> Alcuin -- ALL : <cunctus, cuncta, cunctum> all -- ALL : <omnis, omnis, omne> all -- ALLOW : <concēdō, concedere, concessī, concessum> grant, allow -- ALLOW : <sinō, sinere, sīvī> permit, allow -- ALMOST : <fere> almost -- ALMOST : <paene> almost -- ALONE : <solus, sola, solum> alone -- ALONE : <unus, una, unum> one, alone -- ALREADY : <iam> already -- ALSO : <etiam> also, even -- ALSO : <itaque> and also -- ALSO : <item> also -- ALSO : <quoque> also -- AM : <sum, esse, fuī> I am -- AMONG : <apud> among, with -- AMONG : <inter> between, among -- ANCHISES : <Anchises, Anchisae> Anchises -- ANCIENT : <antiquus, antiqua, antiquum> ancient -- AND : <-que> and -- AND : <ac> and -- AND : <at> and -- AND : <atque> and -- AND : <et> and -- ANGER : <ira, irae> anger -- ANGRY : <doleō, dolēre, doluī, dolitum> suffer, be angry -- ANIMAL : <belua, beluae> wild animal, monster -- ANY : <aliqui, aliqua, aliquod> some, any -- ANY : <qui, qua(e), quod> some, any -- ANYONE : <aliquis, aliquis, aliquid> anyone -- ANYTHING : <quis, quis, quid> someone, anything -- APPEAR : <adveniō, advenīre, advenī, adventum> arrive, appear -- APPEAR : <exorior, exorīrī, exortus sum> arise, appear -- APPEARANCE : <species, speciei> appearance -- APPLICATION : <studium, studii> application, study -- APPROACH : <adeō, adīre, adiī, adītum> approach, encounter -- ARISE : <exorior, exorīrī, exortus sum> arise, appear -- ARISE : <nāscor, nāscī, nātus sum> be produced, arise -- ARISE : <orior, orīrī, ortus sum> arise -- ARM : <brachium, brachi> lower arm -- ARM : <lacertus, lacerti> upper arm -- ARMED : <armatus, armata, armatum> armed -- ARMS : <arma, armorum> arms -- ARMY : <exercitus, excercitus> army -- AROUND : <circum> around -- AROUND : <circumferō, circumferre, circumtūlī, circumlātum> carry around -- AROUND : <circumspectō, circumspectāre, circumspectāvī, circumspectātum> look around -- ARRANGE : <locō, locāre, locāvī, locātus> place, arrange -- ARRANGED : <instructus, instructa, instructum> arranged, ready -- ARRIVAL : <adventus, adventus> arrival, coming -- ARRIVE : <adveniō, advenīre, advenī, adventum> arrive, appear -- ARRIVE : <perveniō, pervenīre, pervēnī, perventum> arrive, reach with est -- ART : <ars, artis> skill, art -- ASSEMBLE : <concurrō, concurrere, concurrī, concursum> assemble, come together -- ASSEMBLED : <coeo, coīre, coivī, coitum> come together, be assembled -- ASSEMBLY : <concilium, concilii> council, assembly -- ASSIGN : <attribuō, attribuere, attribuī, attribūtum> assign -- ASSIST : <iuvō, iuvāre, iūvī, iūtum> assist, help -- ASSISTANCE : <ops, opis> assistance, wealth, resources -- ASSISTANCE : <remedium, remedii> remedy, assistance -- ASTRONOMY : <astronomia, astronomiae> astronomy -- ATTACK : <impetus, impetus> attack, charge -- ATTEMPT : <cōnor, conārī, conātus sum> attempt, aim -- ATTEMPT : <temptō, temptāre, temptāvī, temptātum> attempt -- ATTENTION : <opera, operae> work, service, attention -- ATTENTION : <studeō, studēre, studuī> give attention, be devoted -- AUGURY : <augurium, augurii> interpretation of omens, augury -- AUTHORITY : <numen, numinis> authority -- AVENTINE : <Aventinus, Aventini> Aventine -- AVOID : <fugiō, fūgī> flee, avoid -- AVOID : <vitō, vitāre, vitāvī, vitātus> avoid, evade -- BACK : <rēiciō, rēicere, rējēcī, rējectum> push back, reject -- BACK : <sustineō, sustinēre, sustinuī, sustentum> hold back -- BARE : <nudus, nuda, nudum> bare, naked -- BATHE : <perluō, perluere, perluī, perlūtum> wash, bathe -- BATTLE : <acies, aciei> line of battle -- BATTLE : <proelium, proelii> battle -- BEAM : <radius, radii> rod, beam -- BEAR : <ferō, ferre, tulī, lātum> bear, carry -- BEAR : <gerō, gerere, gessī, gestum> bear, carry out, wear -- BEAST : <fera, ferae> wild beast -- BEAUTIFUL : <pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum> beautiful, excellent -- BECAUSE : <ob> because of -- BECAUSE : <quia> because -- BECAUSE : <quod> that, because -- BED : <lectus, lecti> bed -- BEFORE : <ante> before -- BEFORE : <priusquam> before -- BEFORE : <pro> for, before -- BEGIN : <incipiō, incipere, incēpī, inceptum> begin -- BEGUN : <incohatus, incohata, incohatum> begun -- BENCH : <scamnum, scamni> bench, seat -- BETTER : <melius> better -- BETWEEN : <inter> between, among -- BETWEEN : <intersum, interesse, interfuī> lie between, concern -- BIRD : <avis, avis> bird -- BIRDS : <auspicium, auspicii> divination by the flight of birds -- BLOOD : <sanguis, sanguinis> blood -- BLOOD-RELATIONS : <cognatio, cognationis> blood-relations, kindred -- BODY : <corpus, corporis> body -- BODY : <sidus, sideris> constellation, heavenly body -- BORDER : <finis, finis> border, limit -- BORDERING : <finitimus, finitima, finitimum> bordering, neighbor -- BOUNDARY : <ora, orae> mouth, boundary, coast -- BOY : <puer, pueri> boy -- BREAK : <rumpō, rumpere, rūpī, ruptus> break -- BREAST : <pectus, pectoris> breast -- BRIDGE : <pons, pontis> bridge -- BRIGHT : <splendeo, splendere, -, -> shine, be bright -- BRING : <adferō, adferre, attulī, adlātum> bring, convey -- BRITAIN : <Brittania, Brittaniae> Britain -- BROAD : <latus, lata, latum> broad -- BROOCH : <fibula, fibulae> brooch -- BUILD : <aedificō, aedificāre, aedificāvī, aedificātum> build -- BUILDING : <aedificium, aedificii> building -- BURDEN : <onerō, onerāre, onerāvī, onerātum> load, burden -- BURN : <cremō, cremāre, cremāvī, cremātum> burn -- BUT : <autem> but -- BUT : <sed> but -- BUT : <tamen> nevertheless, but -- BUT : <vero> truly, but -- BY : <auspicium, auspicii> divination by the flight of birds -- BY : <longe> by far -- BY : <per> through, by -- CAESAR : <Caesar, Caesaris> Caesar -- CALL : <appellō, appellāre, appellāvī, appellātum> call -- CALL : <ēvocō, evocare, evocāvī, evocatum> call forth, summon -- CALL : <vocō, vocāre, vocāvī, vocātum> call -- CALMNESS : <aequitas, aequitatis> uniformity, calmness -- CARE : <cultus, cultus> care, culture -- CARE : <cura, curae> care -- CARE : <cūrō, cūrāre, cūrāvī, cūrātum> care -- CARE : <prōcūrō, prōcūrāre, prōcūrāvi, prōcūrātum> take care of -- CAREFULLY : <accurate> carefully -- CARELESSLY : <neglegenter> carelessly -- CARNAL : <notitia, notitiae> familiarity, carnal knowledge -- CARRY : <circumferō, circumferre, circumtūlī, circumlātum> carry around -- CARRY : <ferō, ferre, tulī, lātum> bear, carry -- CARRY : <gerō, gerere, gessī, gestum> bear, carry out, wear -- CARTHAGE : <Karthago, Karthaginis> Carthage -- CAUSE : <causa, causae> cause, reason -- CAVE : <specus, specus> cave, pit -- CELESTIAL : <caelestis, caelestis, caeleste> celestial -- CERTAIN : <certus, certa, certum> certain -- CERTAIN : <quidam, quaedam, quoddam> a certain, some -- CERTAINLY : <utique> certainly -- CHALLENGE : <prōvocō, provocāre, provocāvī, provocātum> challenge -- CHANCE : <casus, casus> fall, misfortune, chance -- CHANGE : <commūtō, commūtāre, commūtāvi, commūtātum> change, exchange -- CHARGE : <impetus, impetus> attack, charge -- CHARGE : <praesum, praesse, praefuī> have charge of, preside over -- CHARIOT : <currus, currus> chariot -- CHASTE : <impubes, impuberis> youthful, chaste -- CHEESE : <caseus, casei> cheese -- CHIEF : <induperator, induperatoris> commander in chief, emperor -- CHIEF : <princeps, principis> chief -- CHIEFLY : <praecipue> chiefly -- CHIEFTAIN : <primoris, primoris, primore> chieftain, leader -- CHILDHOOD : <parvulus, parvula, parvulum> childhood -- CHOOSE : <ēligō, ēlegere, elēgī, elēctum> choose, select -- CITADEL : <arx, arcis> citadel, fortress -- CITY : <oppidum, oppidi> city -- CITY : <urbs, urbis> city -- CLAN : <gens, gentis> race, clan -- CLASS : <genus, generis> kind, class -- CLASS : <numerus, numeri> class, number, repute -- CLEAR : <candidus, candida, candidum> clear -- CLOTH : <purpura, purpurae> purple, purple cloth -- CLOTHING : <habitus, habitus> clothing, dress -- CLOTHING : <tegumen, teguminis> clothing, covering -- CLOTHING : <velamen, velaminis> cover, clothing -- CLOTHING : <vestitus, vestitus> clothing -- COAST : <ora, orae> mouth, boundary, coast -- COCLES : <Cocles, Coclitis> Cocles -- COLD : <frigus, frigoris> cold -- COLLECT : <colligō, collēgī, colligere, collēctum> collect -- COLLECT : <cōgō, cōgere, coēgi, cōactum> collect, compel -- COLOR : <color, coloris> color -- COME : <accidō, accidere, accidī, -> fall to, come, happen -- COME : <coeo, coīre, coivī, coitum> come together, be assembled -- COME : <concurrō, concurrere, concurrī, concursum> assemble, come together -- COME : <veniō, venīre, vēnī, ventum> come -- COMING : <adventus, adventus> arrival, coming -- COMMANDER : <induperator, induperatoris> commander in chief, emperor -- COMMERCE : <commercium, commerci> commerce -- COMMIT : <admittō, admittere, admīsī, admīssum> let, go, commit -- COMMIT : <mando, mandāre, mandāvī, mandātum> commit -- COMMON : <plebs, plebis> common people -- COMMUNICATE : <commūnicō, commūnicāre, commūnicāvī, commūnicātum> communicate -- COMPEL : <cōgō, cōgere, coēgi, cōactum> collect, compel -- COMPLETE : <commodus, commoda, commodum> used adverbially = complete, advantageous -- COMPLETE : <perfectus, perfecta, perfectum> complete -- COMPLETELY : <admodum> completely -- COMPLY : <pāreō, parēre, pāruī, -> comply -- COMPUTE : <computō, computāre, computāvī, computātum> compute -- CONCEAL : <occultō, occultāre, occultāvī, occultātum> conceal -- CONCERN : <intersum, interesse, interfuī> lie between, concern -- CONDUCT : <administrō, administrāre, administrāvī, administrātum> administer, conduct -- CONDUCT : <agō, agere, ēgī, āctum> move, conduct -- CONFERENCE : <conloquium, conloqui> conference -- CONFIRM : <adfīrmō, adfirmāre, adfirmāvī, adfirmātum> confirm -- CONFIRM : <stabiliō, stabilīre, stabilīvī, stabilītus> establish, confirm -- CONNECT : <contineō, continēre, continuī, contentum> connect, maintain -- CONNECT : <cōnserō, cōnserere, cōnseruī, cōnsertum> connect -- CONQUER : <ēdomō, edomāre, edomuī, ēdomitum> conquer, subdue -- CONSIDER : <dūcō, dūcere, dūxī, ductum> lead, consider -- CONSIDER : <existimō, existimāre, existimāvī, existimātum> judge, consider -- CONSIST : <cōnsistō, cōnsistere, cōnstitī, cōnstitum> stand still, consist in -- CONSTANT : <adsiduus, adsidua, adsiduum> constant, continued -- CONSTELLATION : <sidus, sideris> constellation, heavenly body -- CONSUL : <consul, consulis> consul -- CONTEND : <certō, certāre, certāvī, certātum> fight, contend -- CONTENT : <contentus, contenta, contentum> content -- CONTINUE : <permaneō, permanēre, permansī, permansum> stay, continue -- CONTINUED : <adsiduus, adsidua, adsiduum> constant, continued -- CONTINUOUS : <cohaerens, cohaerentis> continuous, adjoining -- CONTRARY : <diversus, diversa, diversum> contrary, diverse -- CONTROL : <teneō, tenēre, tenuī, -> hold, control, understand -- CONTROVERSY : <controversia, controversiae> controversy -- CONVEY : <adferō, adferre, attulī, adlātum> bring, convey -- COPPER : <aes, aeris> metal, copper, money -- COUNCIL : <concilium, concilii> council, assembly -- COUNSEL : <consilium, consilii> counsel -- COURSE : <cursus, cursus> course -- COVER : <velamen, velaminis> cover, clothing -- COVER : <vēlō, velāre, velāvī, velātum> cover -- COVERING : <tegumen, teguminis> clothing, covering -- CRASHING : <fragor, fragoris> crashing, noise -- CRIME : <facinus, facinoris> crime -- CRUEL : <saevus, saeva, saevum> fierce, cruel -- CULTIVATE : <colō, colere, coluī, cultum> dwell in, cultivate -- CULTURE : <cultus, cultus> care, culture -- CUSTOM : <consuetudo, consuetudinis> custom, way of life -- CUSTOM : <mos, moris> custom -- DANGER : <periculum, periculi> danger -- DARE : <audeō, audēre, ausus sum> dare to do -- DAUGHTER : <filia, filiae> daughter -- DAY : <dies, diei> day -- DAY : <olim> some day -- DEACON : <diaco, diaconis> deacon -- DECEIVE : <fallō, fallere, fefellī, falsum> deceive, elude -- DECIDE : <cōnstituō, cōnstituere, cōnstituī, cōnstitūtum> decide -- DECIDE : <dēcernō, decernere, decrēvī, decrētum> decide -- DECIDE : <iūdicō, iūdicāre, iūdicāvī, iūdicātum> decide -- DECISION : <decretum, decreti> decision -- DECLARE : <dīcō, dīcere, dīxī, dictum> say, state, declare -- DEEP : <altus, alta, altum> high, deep -- DEEP : <dēfodiō, defossere, defōdī, defossum> dig deep, hide -- DEER-SKIN : <reno, renonis> deer-skin -- DEFENCE : <munimentum, munimenti> defence -- DELIGHT : <alacritas, alacritatis> delight -- DELIGHT : <delectatio, delectationis> pleasure, delight -- DEPART : <cēdō, cedere, cessī, cessum> go from, depart -- DEPENDENT : <ambactus, ambacti> dependent -- DESIGNS : <liniamentum, liniamenti> line, designs -- DESIRE : <cupiditas, cupiditatis> desire -- DESIRE : <cupiō, cupere, cupīvī, cupītum> desire -- DESIRE : <voluntas, voluntatis> will, desire -- DETERMINE : <volō, velle, voluī> wish, determine -- DEVASTATE : <populor, populāri, populatus sum> devastate, plunder -- DEVOTE : <dēvoveō, dēvovēre, dēvōvī, dēvōtum> devote -- DEVOTE : <impendō, impendere, impendī, impēnsum> expend, devote -- DEVOTE : <impertiō, impertīre, impertīvī, impertītus> devote -- DEVOTED : <deditus, dedita, deditum> devoted, addicted -- DEVOTED : <studeō, studēre, studuī> give attention, be devoted -- DIFFER : <differō, differre, distulī, dīlātum> differ -- DIG : <dēfodiō, defossere, defōdī, defossum> dig deep, hide -- DILIGENT : <curiosus, curiosa, curiosum> diligent -- DISCERN : <cernō, cernere, crēvī, certum> discern, see -- DISCIPLINE : <disciplina, disciplinae> discipline, education -- DISGRACEFUL : <turpis, turpis, turpe> shameful, disgraceful -- DISLODGE : <dētrūdō, dētrūdere, dētrūsī, dētrūsum> dislodge -- DISSENSION : <dissensio, dissensionis> dissension -- DISTINCTION : <honos, honoris> honor, distinction -- DISTINGUISH : <dīstinguō, dīstinguere, dīstinxī, dīstinctum> divide, distinguish -- DISTINGUISHED : <amplius> great, distinguished -- DISTINGUISHED : <insignis, insignis, insigne> distinguished -- DIVERSE : <diversus, diversa, diversum> contrary, diverse -- DIVIDE : <discernō, discernere, discrēvī, discrētum> separate, divide -- DIVIDE : <dīstinguō, dīstinguere, dīstinxī, dīstinctum> divide, distinguish -- DIVINATION : <auspicium, auspicii> divination by the flight of birds -- DIVINE : <divinus, divina, divinum> divine, sacred -- DIVINE : <fatum, fati> fate, divine utterance -- DO : <audeō, audēre, ausus sum> dare to do -- DO : <faciō, facere, fēcī, factum> do, make -- DOMESTIC : <domesticus, domestica, domesticum> domestic -- DOWN : <dēsiliō, dēsilīre, dēsiluī, dēsultus> jump down -- DOWN : <superincidō, superincindere> fall down -- DRAWN : <strictus, stricta, strictum> drawn together, tight -- DREAD : <pavor, pavoris> fear, dread -- DRESS : <habitus, habitus> clothing, dress -- DRIVE : <expellō, expellere, expulī, expulsum> drive out -- DRIVE : <impellō, impellere, impulī, impulsum> drive, move -- DRUIDS : <druides, druidum> Druids -- DUNG : <fimus, fimi> dung -- DURING : <intra> within, during -- DWELL : <colō, colere, coluī, cultum> dwell in, cultivate -- EAGER : <avidus, avida, avidum> eager -- EAGER : <studiosus, studiosa, studiosum> eager, studious -- EARTH : <terra, terrae> earth, land -- EDUCATION : <disciplina, disciplinae> discipline, education -- EFFORT : <intentio, intentionis> effort -- EFFORT : <labor, laboris> labor, effort -- EFFUSIVE : <dicaculus, dicacula, dicaculum> effusive -- EITHER : <vel> either - or -- ELOQUENCE : <eloquentia, eloquentiae> eloquence -- ELOQUENT : <facundus, facunda, facundum> fluent, eloquent -- ELSE : <alio> somewhere else -- ELUDE : <fallō, fallere, fefellī, falsum> deceive, elude -- EMPEROR : <induperator, induperatoris> commander in chief, emperor -- EMPTY : <vacuus, vacua, vacuum> empty, free -- ENACT : <sanciō, sancīre, sānxī, sānctum> enact -- ENCOUNTER : <adeō, adīre, adiī, adītum> approach, encounter -- END : <finiō, finīre, finīvī, finītum> finish, end -- ENDURE : <patior, patī, passus sum> suffer, endure -- ENEMY : <hostis, hostis> enemy -- ENTER : <succēdō, succedere, successī, sucessum> enter, succeed -- ENTIRE : <totus, tota, totum> entire -- ENTRANCE : <fauces, faucis> throat, entrance -- ENTRANCE : <ostium, ostii> mouth, entrance -- EQUAL : <aequō, aequāre, aequāvī, aequātus> to make equal, smoothe -- EQUALLY : <aeque> equally -- ESPECIALLY : <plurimum> very much, especially -- ESTABLISH : <stabiliō, stabilīre, stabilīvī, stabilītus> establish, confirm -- ESTEEM : <gratia, gratiae> esteem, regard -- ESTEEM : <posthabeō, posthabēre, posthabuī, posthabitum> place after, esteem less -- ESTEEM : <venus, veneris> grace, esteem -- ETRUSCAN : <Etruscus, Etrusca, Etruscum> Etruscan -- EVADE : <vitō, vitāre, vitāvī, vitātus> avoid, evade -- EVEN : <etiam> also, even -- EVEN : <quidem> in fact, even -- EVER : <quando> ever, at some time -- EVERY : <undecumque> from every side -- EVERY : <undique> from every quarter -- EVERYONE : <quisque, quaeque, quodque> everyone -- EXCELLENT : <pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum> beautiful, excellent -- EXCHANGE : <commūtō, commūtāre, commūtāvi, commūtātum> change, exchange -- EXPEND : <impendō, impendere, impendī, impēnsum> expend, devote -- EXPLORE : <rimor, rimāri, rimātus sum> search, explore -- EXPOSED : <pateō, patēre, patuī, -> lie open, be exposed -- EXPRESS : <exprimō, exprimere, expressī, expressum> express -- EXPRESS : <ēnūntiō, ēnūtiāre, ēnuntiāvī, ēnuntiātum> speak, express -- EXPRESSION : <actus, actus> gesture, expression -- EXPRESSION : <nutus, nutus> nod, expression -- EXPRESSION : <vultus, vultus> expression, face -- EXQUISITELY : <exquisitus, exquisita, exquisitum> exquisitely -- EXTEND : <extendō, extendere, extendī, extēnsum> extend -- EYE : <oculus, oculi> eye -- FACE : <vultus, vultus> expression, face -- FACING : <contra> opposite, facing -- FACT : <quidem> in fact, even -- FACTION : <factio, factionis> faction -- FAITH : <fides, fidei> faith, pledge -- FALL : <accidō, accidere, accidī, -> fall to, come, happen -- FALL : <casus, casus> fall, misfortune, chance -- FALL : <incidō, incidere, incidī,-> fall in, occur -- FALL : <superincidō, superincindere> fall down -- FALSE : <falsus, falsa, falsum> false -- FAMILIARITY : <notitia, notitiae> familiarity, carnal knowledge -- FAMOUS : <nobilis, nobilis, nobile> famous, noble -- FAR : <longe> by far -- FARMER : <colonus, coloni> farmer, settler -- FARTHER : <ulterior, ulterioris> farther, remote -- FATE : <fatum, fati> fate, divine utterance -- FATHER : <pater, patris> father -- FATHERLAND : <patria, patriae> fatherland -- FAVOR : <foveō, fovēre, fōvī, fōtum> warm, favor -- FAVORABLE : <praepes, praepetis> of good omen, favorable -- FAVORABLE : <secundus, secunda, secundum> second, favorable -- FEAR : <pavor, pavoris> fear, dread -- FIELD : <campus, campi> plain, open field -- FIERCE : <saevus, saeva, saevum> fierce, cruel -- FIERCE : <trux, trucis> fierce -- FIGHT : <certō, certāre, certāvī, certātum> fight, contend -- FINALLY : <tandem> finally -- FINISH : <finiō, finīre, finīvī, finītum> finish, end -- FIRE : <ignis, ignis> fire -- FIRE-GOD : <Vulcanus, Vulcani> Vulcan, the fire-god -- FIRE-PLACE : <focus, foci> fire-place, hearth -- FIRM : <cōnfīrmō, cōnfīrmāre, cōnfīrmāvī, cōnfīrmātum> make firm, strengthen -- FIRST : <primus, prima, primum> first -- FLAXEN : <lineus, linea, lineum> flaxen -- FLEE : <fugiō, fūgī> flee, avoid -- FLIGHT : <auspicium, auspicii> divination by the flight of birds -- FLOW : <fluitō, fluitāre, fluitāvī, -> flow -- FLUENT : <facundus, facunda, facundum> fluent, eloquent -- FLY : <volō, volāre, volāvī, volātum> fly -- FLYING : <altivolans, altivolantis> high flying -- FOLLOWING : <secundum> following -- FOOD : <victus, victus> sustenance, food -- FOR : <nam> for -- FOREIGN : <alienus, aliena, alienum> foreign, unfitting -- FOREIGN : <peregrinus, peregrini> foreign -- FOREIGNER : <advena, advenae> stranger, foreigner -- FORM : <effingō, effingere, effinxī, effīctum> form -- FORTH : <ēvocō, evocare, evocāvī, evocatum> call forth, summon -- FORTH : <foras> forth, out -- FORTH : <prōdō, prodere, prodīdī, proditum> put forth, make known -- FORTH : <prōpōnō, proponere, proposuī, propositum> point out, set forth -- FORTRESS : <arx, arcis> citadel, fortress -- FORTUNE : <fortuna, fortunae> fortune -- FOUND : <condō, condere, condidī, conditum> found -- FOUNDATION : <solum, soli> foundation -- FOUR : <quattuor> four -- FREE : <vacuus, vacua, vacuum> empty, free -- FREQUENTLY : <crebro> frequently, often -- FRIENDSHIP : <amicitia, amicitiae> friendship -- FRIGHTEN : <terreō, terrēre, terruī, territus> terrify, frighten -- FROM : <ex> out of, from -- FRUIT : <frux, frugis> fruit, produce -- FUGITIVE : <profugus, profuga, profugum> fugitive -- FUTURE : <posteri, posterae, postera> future generations -- GARMENT : <amictus, amictus> outer garment -- GAUL : <Gallia, Galliae> Gaul -- GAULS : <Galli, Gallorum> the Gauls -- GAZE : <spectō, spectāre, spectāvī, spectātum> look, gaze -- GENERATE : <gīgnō, genere, genuī, genitum> generate, produce -- GENERATIONS : <posteri, posterae, postera> future generations -- GERMANI : <Germanus, Germana, Germanum> Germani -- GERMANIA : <Germania, Germaniae> Germania -- GESTURE : <actus, actus> gesture, expression -- GET : <nōscō, nōscere, nōvī, nōtum> be acquainted with, get to know -- GIVE : <dō, dare, dedī, dātum> give -- GIVE : <ēdō, ēdere, ēdidī, ēditum> give out -- GIVE : <mittō, mittere, mīsī, missum> send, give -- GIVE : <studeō, studēre, studuī> give attention, be devoted -- GO : <admittō, admittere, admīsī, admīssum> let, go, commit -- GO : <cēdō, cedere, cessī, cessum> go from, depart -- GO : <exeō, exire, exiī, exitum> go out, leave -- GO : <trānseō, transīre, transīvī, transitum> go over -- GOD : <deus, dei> god -- GODDESS : <dea, deae> goddess -- GODS : <Penates, Penatium> household gods -- GODS : <superus, supera, superum> higher, gods -- GOLDEN : <aureus, aurea, aureum> golden -- GOOD : <praepes, praepetis> of good omen, favorable -- GRACE : <venus, veneris> grace, esteem -- GRADUALLY : <paulatim> gradually -- GRAMMAR : <grammatica, grammaticae> grammar -- GRANT : <concēdō, concedere, concessī, concessum> grant, allow -- GRAVE : <gravis, gravis, grave> grave, serious -- GREAT : <amplius> great, distinguished -- GREAT : <ingens, ingentis> great -- GREAT : <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large -- GREATLY : <multum> greatly -- GREEK : <Graecus, Graeca, Graecum> Greek -- GROAN : <gemitus, gemitus> sign, groan -- GROVE : <nemus, nemoris> grove -- GUARD : <praesidium, praesidii> guard -- GUARD : <servō, servāre, servāvī, servātum> guard, keep, watch -- GUARD : <statio, stationis> station, guard -- HABITATION : <sedes, sedis> seat, habitation -- HAND : <dextra, dextrae> right hand -- HAND : <manus, manus> hand -- HAPPEN : <accidō, accidere, accidī, -> fall to, come, happen -- HARDSHIP : <duritia, duritiae> hardship -- HARSH : <asper, aspera, asperum> rough, harsh -- HARSH : <iniuria, injuriae> wrong, harsh treatment -- HAUGHTY : <superbus, superba, superbum> haughty -- HAVE : <habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum> have -- HAVE : <praesum, praesse, praefuī> have charge of, preside over -- HE : <ille, illa, illud> he, she, that -- HEAR : <audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītum> hear -- HEART : <cor, cordis> heart -- HEARTH : <focus, foci> fire-place, hearth -- HEAT : <aestus, aestus> heat -- HEAVENLY : <sidus, sideris> constellation, heavenly body -- HEAVENS : <caelum, caeli> sky, heavens -- HEEDLESS : <immemor, immemoris> heedless -- HEIGHT : <statura, staturae> stature, height -- HELP : <iuvō, iuvāre, iūvī, iūtum> assist, help -- HER : <is, ea, id> him, her, this -- HERE : <hīc> here, now -- HEREDITY : <heriditas, heriditatis> heredity, inheritance -- HESITATE : <cunctor, cunctāri, cunctātus sum> hesitate with sunt -- HIDDEN : <abditus, abdita, abditum> hidden place -- HIDE : <dēfodiō, defossere, defōdī, defossum> dig deep, hide -- HIDE : <pellis, pellis> skin, hide -- HIDEOUS : <informis, informis, informe> unshapely, hideous -- HIGH : <altivolans, altivolantis> high flying -- HIGH : <altus, alta, altum> high, deep -- HIGHER : <superus, supera, superum> higher, gods -- HIGHEST : <summus, summa, summum> highest with rebus -- HIM : <is, ea, id> him, her, this -- HOLD : <obtineō, obtinēre, obtenuī, obtentum> hold -- HOLD : <sustineō, sustinēre, sustinuī, sustentum> hold back -- HOLD : <teneō, tenēre, tenuī, -> hold, control, understand -- HOLY : <sanctus, sancta, sanctum> holy -- HONOR : <honos, honoris> honor, distinction -- HONOR : <veneror, venerārī, venerātus sum> honor, venerate -- HOPE : <spes, spei> hope -- HORATIUS : <Horatius, Horati> Horatius -- HORSEMAN : <eques, equitis> horseman, knight -- HOSPITALITY : <hospitium, hospitii> hospitality -- HOUSE : <domus, domi> house -- HOUSEHOLD : <Penates, Penatium> household gods -- HUMAN : <homo, hominis> man, human -- HUNTING : <venatio, venationis> hunting -- IDEAS : <sensa, sensorum> ideas -- IF : <ni> if not, unless -- IF : <nisi> if not, unless -- IF : <si> if -- IF : <sive> or if, whether ... or -- IF : <tamquam> just as, as if -- IGNORANCE : <inscientia, inscientiae> ignorance -- IGNORE : <īgnōrō, īgnōrāre, īgnōrāvi, īgnōrātum> ignore, be unknown -- ILLNESS : <morbus, morbi> illness -- IMITATE : <imitor, imitāre, imitātum> imitate, resemble -- IMMOLATE : <immolō, immolāre, immolāvī, immolātum> sacrifice, immolate -- IN : <in> in, on -- INDEED : <enim> for, indeed -- INDICATE : <indicō, indicāre, indicāvī, indicātum> indicate -- INDISCREET : <temerarius, temeraria, temerarium> rash, indiscreet -- INDIVIDUAL : <privatus, privata, privatum> private, individual -- INDIVIDUAL : <singulus, singula, singulum> single, individual -- INDUSTRIOUSLY : <diligenter> industriously -- INEXPERIENCED : <imperitus, imperita, imperitum> inexperienced -- INFANT : <infans, infantis> infant -- INHABIT : <habitō, habitāre, habitāvī, habitātum> inhabit -- INHERITANCE : <heriditas, heriditatis> heredity, inheritance -- INQUIRE : <percūnctor, percunctārī, percunctātus sum> inquire with est understood -- INTERPRET : <interpretor, interpretāri, interpretātus sum> interpret -- INTERPRETATION : <augurium, augurii> interpretation of omens, augury -- INTRODUCE : <inferō, inferre, intulī, inlātum> introduce, produce -- INVOLVED : <versō, versāre, versāvī, versātum> turn often; pass. be involved -- ITALY : <Italia, Italiae> Italy -- JOINED : <iunctus, iuncta, iunctum> joined, united -- JOINTS : <artus, artus> joints, limbs -- JUDGE : <existimō, existimāre, existimāvī, existimātum> judge, consider -- JUMP : <dēsiliō, dēsilīre, dēsiluī, dēsultus> jump down -- JUNO : <Juno, Junonis> Juno -- JUST : <tamquam> just as, as if -- KEEN : <sagax, sagacis> keen, sagacious -- KEEP : <servō, servāre, servāvī, servātum> guard, keep, watch -- KIND : <genus, generis> kind, class -- KIND : <modus, modi> kind -- KINDRED : <cognatio, cognationis> blood-relations, kindred -- KING : <rex, regis> king -- KINGSHIP : <regnum, regni> kingship, supreme power -- KNIGHT : <eques, equitis> horseman, knight -- KNOW : <nōscō, nōscere, nōvī, nōtum> be acquainted with, get to know -- KNOWLEDGE : <notitia, notitiae> familiarity, carnal knowledge -- KNOWN : <cognitus, cognita, cognitum> known -- KNOWN : <prōdō, prodere, prodīdī, proditum> put forth, make known -- LABOR : <labor, laboris> labor, effort -- LACKING : <desum, deesse, defuī> be lacking -- LAND : <ager, agri> land -- LAND : <terra, terrae> earth, land -- LANDS : <locuples, locupletis> rich in lands, wealthy -- LANGUAGE : <lingua, linguae> tongue, language -- LANGUAGE : <sermo, sermonis> language -- LARGE : <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large -- LATE : <sero> too late -- LATIN : <Latinus, Latina, Latinum> Latin -- LATINUS : <Latinus, Latini> Latinus -- LATIUM : <Latium, Latii> Latium -- LAURENTINUS : <Laurentinus, Laurentina, Laurentinum> Laurentinus -- LAVINIAN : <Lavinius, Lavinia, Lavinium> Lavinian -- LAVINIUM : <Lavinium, Lavinii> Lavinium -- LAW : <lex, legis> law -- LEAD : <dūcō, dūcere, dūxī, ductum> lead, consider -- LEADER : <dux, ducis> leader -- LEADER : <primoris, primoris, primore> chieftain, leader -- LEARN : <discō, discere, didicī, -> learn -- LEARN : <ēdiscō, ēdiscere, ēdidici, -> learn, memorize -- LEARNED : <doctus, docta, doctum> learned -- LEAVE : <exeō, exire, exiī, exitum> go out, leave -- LEFT : <laevus, laeva, laevum> left -- LESS : <minus> less -- LESS : <posthabeō, posthabēre, posthabuī, posthabitum> place after, esteem less -- LET : <admittō, admittere, admīsī, admīssum> let, go, commit -- LETTER : <littera, litterae> letter -- LIBERAL : <liberalis, liberalis, liberale> liberal -- LIBERTY : <libertas, libertatis> liberty -- LIE : <intersum, interesse, interfuī> lie between, concern -- LIE : <pateō, patēre, patuī, -> lie open, be exposed -- LIFE : <consuetudo, consuetudinis> custom, way of life -- LIFE : <vita, vitae> life -- LIFT : <sufferō, sufferre, sustulī, sublātum> take up, lift -- LIGHT : <lux, lucis> light -- LIKE : <sicut> as, like -- LIKE : <veluti> as, like -- LIMBS : <artus, artus> joints, limbs -- LIMIT : <finis, finis> border, limit -- LINE : <acies, aciei> line of battle -- LINE : <liniamentum, liniamenti> line, designs -- LITTLE : <parum> too little -- LITTLE : <paulo> little -- LOAD : <onerō, onerāre, onerāvī, onerātum> load, burden -- LOGIC : <dialectica, dialecticae> logic -- LONG : <diu> long -- LONG : <manicae, manicarum> long sleeves -- LOOK : <circumspectō, circumspectāre, circumspectāvī, circumspectātum> look around -- LOOK : <quaerō, quaerere, quaesīvī, quaesītum> look for, search -- LOOK : <spectō, spectāre, spectāvī, spectātum> look, gaze -- LORD : <dominus, domini> lord, master -- LOW : <humilis, humilis, humile> low, small -- LOWER : <brachium, brachi> lower arm -- LOWER : <inferus, inferi> lower part -- LUNA : <Luna, Lunae> Luna, the moon-god -- MADE : <fio, fierī> be made -- MAGISTRATE : <magistratus, magistratus> magistrate -- MAINTAIN : <contineō, continēre, continuī, contentum> connect, maintain -- MAJORITY : <plerusque, pleraeque, pleraque> most, the majority -- MAKE : <aequō, aequāre, aequāvī, aequātus> to make equal, smoothe -- MAKE : <cōnfīrmō, cōnfīrmāre, cōnfīrmāvī, cōnfīrmātum> make firm, strengthen -- MAKE : <faciō, facere, fēcī, factum> do, make -- MAKE : <prōdō, prodere, prodīdī, proditum> put forth, make known -- MAN : <homo, hominis> man, human -- MAN : <vir, viri> man -- MANTLE : <sagum, sagi> rough mantle -- MANY : <multus, multa, multum> many -- MANY : <tot> so much, so many -- MARRIAGE : <matrimonium, matrimoni> marriage -- MASTER : <dominus, domini> lord, master -- MATERIAL : <materia, materiae> material -- MATTER : <res, rei> thing, matter -- MEANTIME : <interea> in the meantime -- MEAT : <caro, carnis> meat -- MEMBER : <membrum, membri> member -- MEMORIZE : <ēdiscō, ēdiscere, ēdidici, -> learn, memorize -- MEMORY : <memoria, memoriae> memory, remembrance -- METAL : <aes, aeris> metal, copper, money -- MILITARY : <militaris, militaris, militare> military -- MILK : <lac, lactis> milk -- MIND : <animus, animi> soul, mind -- MIND : <mens, mentis> mind -- MINDFUL : <memor, memoris> mindful, remembering -- MISFORTUNE : <casus, casus> fall, misfortune, chance -- MODERATE : <molliō, mollīre, mollīvī, mollītum> moderate, soften -- MONEY : <aes, aeris> metal, copper, money -- MONEY : <pecunia, pecuniae> money -- MONSTER : <belua, beluae> wild animal, monster -- MOON-GOD : <Luna, Lunae> Luna, the moon-god -- MORE : <magis> more -- MORE : <plus> more -- MORTAL : <mortalis, mortalis, mortale> mortal -- MOST : <plerusque, pleraeque, pleraque> most, the majority -- MOUNTAIN : <mons, montis> mountain -- MOUTH : <ora, orae> mouth, boundary, coast -- MOUTH : <os, oris> mouth -- MOUTH : <ostium, ostii> mouth, entrance -- MOVE : <agō, agere, ēgī, āctum> move, conduct -- MOVE : <commoveō, commovēre, commōvī, commōtum> move -- MOVE : <impellō, impellere, impulī, impulsum> drive, move -- MOVE : <moveō, movēre, mōvi, mōtus> move -- MOVEMENT : <motus, motus> movement -- MUCH : <adeo> so, so much -- MUCH : <plurimum> very much, especially -- MUCH : <quantum> as much -- MUCH : <tot> so much, so many -- MULTITUDE : <multitudo, multitudinis> multitude -- MURDER : <caedes, caedis> murder -- MURMUR : <rumor, rumoris> murmur, rumor -- MUSCLE : <nervus, nervi> muscle -- MUSE : <Musa, Musae> Muse -- MY : <meus, mea, meum> my -- NAKED : <nudus, nuda, nudum> bare, naked -- NAME : <nomen, nominis> name -- NATION : <natio, nationis> nation -- NATURAL : <naturalis, naturalis, naturale> natural -- NEAR : <iuxta> near -- NEAR : <prope> near -- NEIGHBOR : <finitimus, finitima, finitimum> bordering, neighbor -- NEITHER : <nec> neither ... nor -- NEITHER : <neque> neither ... nor -- NEVERTHELESS : <tamen> nevertheless, but -- NEXT : <proximus, proxima, proximum> next to -- NIGHT : <nox, noctis> night -- NO : <nullus, nulla, nullum> no, none -- NOBLE : <nobilis, nobilis, nobile> famous, noble -- NOBLEMAN : <procer, proceris> nobleman -- NOD : <nutus, nutus> nod, expression -- NOISE : <fragor, fragoris> crashing, noise -- NONE : <nullus, nulla, nullum> no, none -- NOR : <nec> neither ... nor -- NOR : <neque> neither ... nor -- NOR : <neve> and not, nor -- NOT : <ne> not -- NOT : <ne> so that not -- NOT : <neve> and not, nor -- NOT : <ni> if not, unless -- NOT : <nisi> if not, unless -- NOT : <non> not -- NOTE : <advertō, advertere, advertī, adversum> turn to, note -- NOTEBOOK : <codicelli, codicellorum> notebook -- NOTHING : <nihil> nothing -- NOW : <hīc> here, now -- NOW : <nunc> now -- NUMBER : <numerus, numeri> class, number, repute -- OBSTINATE : <obstinatus, obstinata, obstinatum> obstinate -- OBTAIN : <parō, parāre, parāvī, parātum> prepare, obtain -- OCCUR : <incidō, incidere, incidī,-> fall in, occur -- OCEAN : <Oceanus, Oceani> ocean -- OF : <ex> out of, from -- OFF : <dētrahō, detrahere, dētraxī, detractum> take off, remove -- OFF : <prōpulsō, propulsāre, propulsātus, -> ward off, repulse -- OFFEND : <laedō, laedere, laesī, laesum> strike, offend -- OFFER : <praebeō, praebēre, praebuī, praebitus> offer, provide -- OFFSPRING : <progenies, -> offspring, race -- OFTEN : <crebro> frequently, often -- OFTEN : <saepe> often -- OFTEN : <versō, versāre, versāvī, versātum> turn often; pass. be involved -- OMEN : <praepes, praepetis> of good omen, favorable -- OMENS : <augurium, augurii> interpretation of omens, augury -- ON : <in> in, on -- ONE : <alter, altera, alterum> the one, the other -- ONE : <propritim> as one's own -- ONE : <unus, una, unum> one, alone -- ONLY : <tantum> only -- OPEN : <aperiō, aperīre, aperuī, apertum> open -- OPEN : <apertus, aperta, apertum> open -- OPEN : <campus, campi> plain, open field -- OPEN : <pateō, patēre, patuī, -> lie open, be exposed -- OPENLY : <aperte> openly -- OPPOSE : <obiciō, obicere, obiēcī, obiectum> oppose -- OPPOSITE : <adversus> opposite to, against -- OPPOSITE : <contra> opposite, facing -- OPPRESS : <premō, pemere, pressī, pressum> press, oppress -- OR : <-ve> or -- OR : <aut> or -- ORDER : <ordo, ordinis> order -- OTHER : <alius, alia, aliud> other, some -- OTHER : <alter, altera, alterum> the one, the other -- OTHER : <ceteri, ceterae, cetera> other -- OTHERWISE : <cetera> otherwise -- OUR : <noster, nostra, nostrum> our -- OUT : <ex> out of, from -- OUTER : <amictus, amictus> outer garment -- OUTER : <exterior, exterioris> outer -- OVER : <illinō, illere, illēvī, illitum> spread over -- OVER : <praesum, praesse, praefuī> have charge of, preside over -- OVER : <trānseō, transīre, transīvī, transitum> go over -- OVERTHROW : <oppūgnō, oppugnāre, oppugnāvī, oppugnātum> overthrow -- OVERTURN : <vertō, vertere, vertī, versum> turn, overturn -- OWN : <propritim> as one's own -- OWN : <proprius, propria, proprium> proper, own -- OWN : <suus, sua, suum> own -- PAINTED : <pictus, picta, pictum> painted -- PAINTING : <pictura, picturae> painting -- PART : <inferus, inferi> lower part -- PART : <pars, partis> part -- PARTHIANS : <Parthi, Parthorum> Parthians -- PASS : <volvō, volvere, volvī, volūtum> pass through, undergo -- PATERNAL : <patrius, patria, patrium> paternal -- PAYMENT : <tributum, tributi> specific payment, tribute -- PEACE : <pax, pacis> peace -- PENALTY : <poena, poenae> punishment, penalty -- PEOPLE : <adulescens, adulescentis> young people -- PEOPLE : <plebs, plebis> common people -- PEOPLE : <populus, populi> people -- PERCEIVE : <cōnspiciō, conspicere, conspēxī, conspectum> perceive -- PERMIT : <sinō, sinere, sīvī> permit, allow -- PETER : <Petrus, Petri> Peter -- PIETY : <pietas, pietatis> piety -- PILES : <sublicius, sublicia, sublicium> resting on piles -- PILLOW : <cervical, cervicalis> pillow -- PISAN : <Pisanus, Pisana, Pisanum> Pisan -- PIT : <specus, specus> cave, pit -- PLACE : <abditus, abdita, abditum> hidden place -- PLACE : <locō, locāre, locāvī, locātus> place, arrange -- PLACE : <locus, loci> place -- PLACE : <posthabeō, posthabēre, posthabuī, posthabitum> place after, esteem less -- PLACE : <pōnō, ponere, posuī, positum> place, situate -- PLACE : <receptaculum, receptaculi> receptacle, storage place -- PLACE : <una> at the same place, together -- PLAIN : <campus, campi> plain, open field -- PLEASE : <placeō, placēre, placuī, placitum> please -- PLEASURE : <delectatio, delectationis> pleasure, delight -- PLEDGE : <fides, fidei> faith, pledge -- PLUNDER : <populor, populāri, populatus sum> devastate, plunder -- POINT : <ostendō, ostendere, ostendī, ostentum> show, point out -- POINT : <prōpōnō, proponere, proposuī, propositum> point out, set forth -- PONDER : <pēnsō, pēnsāre, pēnsāvī, pēnsātus> weigh, ponder -- POSSESSION : <possessio, possessionis> possession -- POWER : <potentia, potentiae> power -- POWER : <regnum, regni> kingship, supreme power -- POWER : <vis, vis> power, strength -- POWERFUL : <potens, potentis> powerful -- PRACTICE : <religio, religionis> religious practice -- PRACTICE : <usus, usus> use, practice -- PRAISE : <laus, laudis> praise -- PRAY : <precor, precārī, precātus sum> pray -- PREPARE : <parō, parāre, parāvī, parātum> prepare, obtain -- PRESENT : <adsum, adesse, adfuī> be present -- PRESIDE : <praesum, praesse, praefuī> have charge of, preside over -- PRESS : <premō, pemere, pressī, pressum> press, oppress -- PRISON : <carcer, carceris> prison, starting-place in a race-course -- PRIVATE : <privatus, privata, privatum> private, individual -- PRODUCE : <frux, frugis> fruit, produce -- PRODUCE : <gīgnō, genere, genuī, genitum> generate, produce -- PRODUCE : <inferō, inferre, intulī, inlātum> introduce, produce -- PRODUCED : <nāscor, nāscī, nātus sum> be produced, arise -- PROHIBIT : <interdīcō, interdicere, interdīxi, interdictum> prohibit -- PROMISCUOUS : <promiscue> promiscuous -- PRONOUNCE : <pronuntiō, pronuntiāre, pronuntiāvī, pronuntiātum> pronounce -- PRONOUNCE : <sonō, sonāre, sonuī, sonitus> pronounce -- PROPER : <proprius, propria, proprium> proper, own -- PROPITIOUS : <propitius, propitia, propitium> propitious -- PROVIDE : <praebeō, praebēre, praebuī, praebitus> offer, provide -- PUBLIC : <publicus, publica, publicum> public -- PUNISHMENT : <poena, poenae> punishment, penalty -- PURE : <purus, pura, purum> pure -- PURPLE : <purpura, purpurae> purple, purple cloth -- PURSUE : <tendō, tenere, tenuī, tentum> stretch, pursue -- PUSH : <rēiciō, rēicere, rējēcī, rējectum> push back, reject -- PUT : <prōdō, prodere, prodīdī, proditum> put forth, make known -- QUARRY-STONE : <caementum, caementi> quarry-stone -- QUARTER : <undique> from every quarter -- QUEEN : <regina, reginae> queen -- RACE : <gens, gentis> race, clan -- RACE : <progenies, -> offspring, race -- RACE-COURSE : <carcer, carceris> prison, starting-place in a race-course -- RASH : <temerarius, temeraria, temerarium> rash, indiscreet -- REACH : <perveniō, pervenīre, pervēnī, perventum> arrive, reach with est -- READY : <instructus, instructa, instructum> arranged, ready -- REASON : <causa, causae> cause, reason -- REBUKE : <increpō, increpāre, increpuī, increpitum> scold, rebuke -- RECEIVE : <acceptō, acceptāre, acceptāvī, acceptātum> receive -- RECEIVE : <accipiō, accipere, accēpī, acceptum> receive -- RECEPTACLE : <receptaculum, receptaculi> receptacle, storage place -- REFUGE : <suffugium, suffugii> refuge, shelter -- REGARD : <gratia, gratiae> esteem, regard -- REJECT : <rēiciō, rēicere, rējēcī, rējectum> push back, reject -- RELATE : <memorō, memorāre, memorāvī, memorātus> relate, tell -- RELIGIOUS : <religio, religionis> religious practice -- REMAINING : <reliquus, reliqua, reliquum> remaining, rest -- REMEDY : <remedium, remedii> remedy, assistance -- REMEMBER : <memini> remember -- REMEMBERING : <memor, memoris> mindful, remembering -- REMEMBRANCE : <memoria, memoriae> memory, remembrance -- REMORA : <Remora, Remorae> Remora -- REMOTE : <ulterior, ulterioris> farther, remote -- REMOVE : <dētrahō, detrahere, dētraxī, detractum> take off, remove -- REMUS : <Remus, Remi> Remus -- RENOWN : <nobilitas, nobilitatis> renown -- REPORT : <dēferō, deferre, detulī, delātum> report -- REPORT : <fama, famae> report, talk -- REPULSE : <prōpulsō, propulsāre, propulsātus, -> ward off, repulse -- REPUTE : <numerus, numeri> class, number, repute -- RESEMBLE : <imitor, imitāre, imitātum> imitate, resemble -- RESOURCES : <ops, opis> assistance, wealth, resources -- REST : <reliquus, reliqua, reliquum> remaining, rest -- RESTING : <sublicius, sublicia, sublicium> resting on piles -- RETAINER : <cliens, clientis> retainer -- RETIRE : <recēdō, rēcedere, rēcessī, rēcessum> retire, withdraw -- REWARD : <praemium, praemii> reward -- RHETORIC : <rhetorica, rhetoricae> rhetoric -- RICH : <copiosus, copiosa, copiosum> rich -- RICH : <dives, divitis> rich -- RICH : <locuples, locupletis> rich in lands, wealthy -- RIGHT : <dextra, dextrae> right hand -- RIGHT : <fas, -> right -- RIGHT : <ius, iuris> right -- RIGOR : <rigor, rigoris> rigor -- RIVER : <flumen, fluminis> river -- RIVER-BANK : <ripa, ripae> river-bank -- ROD : <radius, radii> rod, beam -- ROMAN : <Romanus, Romana, Romanum> Roman -- ROME : <Roma, Romae> Rome -- ROMULUS : <Romulus, Romuli> Romulus -- ROUGH : <asper, aspera, asperum> rough, harsh -- ROUGH : <sagum, sagi> rough mantle -- RUMOR : <rumor, rumoris> murmur, rumor -- SACRED : <divinus, divina, divinum> divine, sacred -- SACRIFICE : <immolō, immolāre, immolāvī, immolātum> sacrifice, immolate -- SACRIFICE : <sacrificium, sacrifici> sacrifice -- SACRIFICE : <victima, victimae> sacrifice -- SAFE : <tutus, tuta, tutum> safe -- SAGACIOUS : <sagax, sagacis> keen, sagacious -- SALUTING : <salutatio, salutationis> saluting -- SAME : <idem, eadem, idem> the same -- SAME : <simul> at the same time -- SAME : <una> at the same place, together -- SAMOS : <Samos, Sami> Samos -- SARMATIANS : <Sarmatae, Sarmatarum> Sarmatians -- SAXON : <Saxonicus, Saxonici> Saxon -- SAY : <dīcō, dīcere, dīxī, dictum> say, state, declare -- SAY : <inquam> say -- SCOLD : <increpō, increpāre, increpuī, increpitum> scold, rebuke -- SEA : <mare, maris> sea -- SEARCH : <quaerō, quaerere, quaesīvī, quaesītum> look for, search -- SEARCH : <rimor, rimāri, rimātus sum> search, explore -- SEAT : <scamnum, scamni> bench, seat -- SEAT : <sedes, sedis> seat, habitation -- SECOND : <secundus, secunda, secundum> second, favorable -- SECRECY : <occultatio, occultationis> secrecy -- SEE : <cernō, cernere, crēvī, certum> discern, see -- SEE : <videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum> see -- SEEK : <petō, petere, petīvī, petītum> seek -- SEEM : <appāreō, apparēre, apparuī, -> be visible, seem -- SEIZE : <capiō, capere, cēpī, captum> take, seize -- SELECT : <ēligō, ēlegere, elēgī, elēctum> choose, select -- SELF : <ipse, ipsa, ipsum> self -- SELF : <sui> self -- SEND : <ēmittō, ēmittere, ēmīsī, ēmīssum> send out -- SEND : <mittō, mittere, mīsī, missum> send, give -- SENTENCE : <sententia, sententiae> sentence -- SEPARATE : <discernō, discernere, discrēvī, discrētum> separate, divide -- SERIOUS : <gravis, gravis, grave> grave, serious -- SERVICE : <opera, operae> work, service, attention -- SERVITUDE : <servitium, servitii> servitude -- SERVITUDE : <servitus, servitutis> servitude, slavery -- SET : <proficīscor, proficiscī, profectus sum> set out -- SET : <prōpōnō, proponere, proposuī, propositum> point out, set forth -- SETTLER : <colonus, coloni> farmer, settler -- SHAME : <pudor, pudoris> shame -- SHAMEFUL : <turpis, turpis, turpe> shameful, disgraceful -- SHE : <ille, illa, illud> he, she, that -- SHELTER : <suffugium, suffugii> refuge, shelter -- SHIELD : <scutum, scuti> shield -- SHINE : <splendeo, splendere, -, -> shine, be bright -- SHORE : <litus, litoris> shore -- SHOUT : <clamor, clamoris> shout -- SHOW : <ostendō, ostendere, ostendī, ostentum> show, point out -- SIDE : <citra> on this side of, without -- SIDE : <undecumque> from every side -- SIGN : <gemitus, gemitus> sign, groan -- SIGN : <signum, signi> sign -- SINCE : <cum> since, when -- SINCE : <quoniam> since -- SING : <canō, canere, cecinī, cantum> sing -- SINGLE : <singulus, singula, singulum> single, individual -- SITUATE : <pōnō, ponere, posuī, positum> place, situate -- SIZE : <magnitudo, magnitudinis> size -- SKILL : <ars, artis> skill, art -- SKIN : <pellis, pellis> skin, hide -- SKY : <caelum, caeli> sky, heavens -- SLAVE : <servus, servi> slave -- SLAVERY : <servitus, servitutis> servitude, slavery -- SLEEVES : <manicae, manicarum> long sleeves -- SMALL : <humilis, humilis, humile> low, small -- SMALL : <parvus, parva, parvum> small -- SMOOTHE : <aequō, aequāre, aequāvī, aequātus> to make equal, smoothe -- SO : <adeo> so, so much -- SO : <ne> so that not -- SO : <sic> so, thus -- SO : <tot> so much, so many -- SO : <ut> that, so that -- SO : <uti> that, so that -- SOFTEN : <molliō, mollīre, mollīvī, mollītum> moderate, soften -- SOLDIER : <miles, militis> soldier -- SOME : <aliqui, aliqua, aliquod> some, any -- SOME : <alius, alia, aliud> other, some -- SOME : <nonnullus, nonulla, nonullum> some -- SOME : <olim> some day -- SOME : <quando> ever, at some time -- SOME : <qui, qua(e), quod> some, any -- SOME : <quidam, quaedam, quoddam> a certain, some -- SOMEONE : <quis, quis, quid> someone, anything -- SOMEWHERE : <alio> somewhere else -- SON : <filius, filii> son -- SOON : <mox> soon -- SOUL : <animus, animi> soul, mind -- SOUND : <sonitus, sonitus> sound -- SPACE : <spatium, spatii> space -- SPEAK : <ēnūntiō, ēnūtiāre, ēnuntiāvī, ēnuntiātum> speak, express -- SPEAK : <loquor, loquī, locutus sum> speak -- SPEAK : <ōrō, ōrāre, ōrāvī, ōrātum> speak -- SPEAR : <telum, teli> weapon, spear -- SPECIFIC : <tributum, tributi> specific payment, tribute -- SPOT : <macula, maculae> spot -- SPREAD : <illinō, illere, illēvī, illitum> spread over -- SPRING : <fons, fontis> spring -- SPRINKLE : <spargō, spargere, sparsī, sparsum> strew, sprinkle -- STABLE : <stabilis, stabilis, stabile> stable -- STAND : <cōnsistō, cōnsistere, cōnstitī, cōnstitum> stand still, consist in -- STAND : <stō, stāre, stēti, statum> stand, abide -- STARTING-PLACE : <carcer, carceris> prison, starting-place in a race-course -- STATE : <civitas, civitatis> state -- STATE : <dīcō, dīcere, dīxī, dictum> say, state, declare -- STATION : <statio, stationis> station, guard -- STATURE : <statura, staturae> stature, height -- STAY : <permaneō, permanēre, permansī, permansum> stay, continue -- STEP : <gradus, gradus> step -- STICK : <haereō, haerēre, haesī, haesūrum> stick -- STILL : <cōnsistō, cōnsistere, cōnstitī, cōnstitum> stand still, consist in -- STORAGE : <receptaculum, receptaculi> receptacle, storage place -- STRANGER : <advena, advenae> stranger, foreigner -- STRENGTH : <vis, vis> power, strength -- STRENGTHEN : <cōnfīrmō, cōnfīrmāre, cōnfīrmāvī, cōnfīrmātum> make firm, strengthen -- STRETCH : <tendō, tenere, tenuī, tentum> stretch, pursue -- STREW : <spargō, spargere, sparsī, sparsum> strew, sprinkle -- STRIKE : <īcere, īcī, ictum> strike -- STRIKE : <laedō, laedere, laesī, laesum> strike, offend -- STRONG : <fortis, fortis, forte> strong -- STUDIOUS : <studiosus, studiosa, studiosum> eager, studious -- STUDY : <studium, studii> application, study -- SUBDUE : <ēdomō, edomāre, edomuī, ēdomitum> conquer, subdue -- SUCCEED : <succēdō, succedere, successī, sucessum> enter, succeed -- SUCH : <tantus, tanta, tantum> such -- SUDDEN : <subitus, subita, subitum> sudden -- SUFFER : <doleō, dolēre, doluī, dolitum> suffer, be angry -- SUFFER : <patior, patī, passus sum> suffer, endure -- SUFFICIENTLY : <satis> adequately, sufficiently -- SUMMON : <ēvocō, evocare, evocāvī, evocatum> call forth, summon -- SUN : <Sol, Solis> sun -- SUN : <sol, solis> sun -- SUPREME : <regnum, regni> kingship, supreme power -- SURNAME : <cognomentum, cognomenti> surname -- SURROUND : <circumdō, circumdare, circumdedī, circumdātum> surround -- SURROUND : <saepiō, saepīre, saepsī, saeptum> surround -- SUSTENANCE : <victus, victus> sustenance, food -- SWIM : <trānō, tranāre, tranāvī> swim across -- TABLET : <tabula, tabulae> tablet -- TAKE : <capiō, capere, cēpī, captum> take, seize -- TAKE : <dētrahō, detrahere, dētraxī, detractum> take off, remove -- TAKE : <prōcūrō, prōcūrāre, prōcūrāvi, prōcūrātum> take care of -- TAKE : <sufferō, sufferre, sustulī, sublātum> take up, lift -- TALK : <fama, famae> report, talk -- TALK : <for, fārī, fātus sum> talk -- TEACH : <doceō, docēre, docuī, doctum> teach -- TEACHER : <doctor, doctoris> teacher -- TEACHER : <praeceptor, praeceptoris> teacher -- TEACHING : <doctrina, doctrinae> teaching -- TELL : <memorō, memorāre, memorāvī, memorātus> relate, tell -- TERRIFY : <terreō, terrēre, terruī, territus> terrify, frighten -- THAN : <quam> than -- THAT : <exin> after that, then -- THAT : <ille, illa, illud> he, she, that -- THAT : <inde> from that -- THAT : <ne> so that not -- THAT : <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- THAT : <quod> that, because -- THAT : <ut> that, so that -- THAT : <uti> that, so that -- THEN : <deinde> then -- THEN : <exin> after that, then -- THEN : <ibi> there, then -- THEN : <tum> then -- THERE : <hic, haec, hoc> there, this -- THERE : <ibi> there, then -- THING : <res, rei> thing, matter -- THINK : <putō, putāre, putāvī, putātum> think -- THIS : <citra> on this side of, without -- THIS : <hic, haec, hoc> there, this -- THIS : <is, ea, id> him, her, this -- THORN : <spina, spinae> thorn -- THREATENINGLY : <minaciter> threateningly -- THREE : <ter> three -- THROAT : <fauces, faucis> throat, entrance -- THROUGH : <per> through, by -- THROUGH : <volvō, volvere, volvī, volūtum> pass through, undergo -- THROW : <cōniciō, conicere, coniēcī, coniectum> throw -- THROW : <jactō, jactāre, jactāvī, jactātum> throw -- THUS : <ita> thus -- THUS : <sic> so, thus -- TIBER : <Tiber, Tiberis> Tiber -- TIBER : <Tiberinus, Tiberina, Tiberinum> of Tiber -- TIBERINUS : <Tiberinus, Tiberini> Tiberinus -- TIGHT : <strictus, stricta, strictum> drawn together, tight -- TILE : <tegula, tegulae> tile -- TIME : <quando> ever, at some time -- TIME : <simul> at the same time -- TIME : <tempus, temporis> time -- TOGETHER : <coeo, coīre, coivī, coitum> come together, be assembled -- TOGETHER : <concurrō, concurrere, concurrī, concursum> assemble, come together -- TOGETHER : <strictus, stricta, strictum> drawn together, tight -- TOGETHER : <una> at the same place, together -- TONGUE : <lingua, linguae> tongue, language -- TOO : <parum> too little -- TOO : <sero> too late -- TOP : <insuper> above, on top -- TOWARDS : <ad> to, towards -- TREAT : <adhibeō, adhibēre, adhibuī, adhibitum> turn to, treat -- TREATMENT : <iniuria, injuriae> wrong, harsh treatment -- TREATY : <foedus, foederis> treaty -- TRIBUTE : <tributum, tributi> specific payment, tribute -- TROJAN : <Troianus, Troiana, Troianum> Trojan -- TROY : <Troja, Trojae> Troy -- TRULY : <vero> truly, but -- TURN : <adhibeō, adhibēre, adhibuī, adhibitum> turn to, treat -- TURN : <advertō, advertere, advertī, adversum> turn to, note -- TURN : <versō, versāre, versāvī, versātum> turn often; pass. be involved -- TURN : <vertō, vertere, vertī, versum> turn, overturn -- TWENTIETH : <vicesimus, vicesima, vicesimum> twentieth -- TWENTY : <vicenus, viceni> twenty -- TWO : <duo, duae, duo> two -- TWO : <uter, utra, utrum> which of two -- TYRIAN : <Tyrius, Tyria, Tyrium> Tyrian -- UNCOVERED : <intectus, intecta, intectum> uncovered -- UNDER : <sub> under -- UNDERGARMENT : <restis, restis> undergarment -- UNDERGO : <volvō, volvere, volvī, volūtum> pass through, undergo -- UNDERGROUND : <subterraneus, subterranei> underground -- UNDERSTAND : <intellegō, intellegere, intellēxī, intellēctum> understand -- UNDERSTAND : <teneō, tenēre, tenuī, -> hold, control, understand -- UNFITTING : <alienus, aliena, alienum> foreign, unfitting -- UNHARMED : <incolumis, incolumis, incolume> unharmed -- UNIFORMITY : <aequitas, aequitatis> uniformity, calmness -- UNITED : <iunctus, iuncta, iunctum> joined, united -- UNKNOWN : <ignotus, ignota, ignotum> unknown -- UNKNOWN : <īgnōrō, īgnōrāre, īgnōrāvi, īgnōrātum> ignore, be unknown -- UNLESS : <ni> if not, unless -- UNLESS : <nisi> if not, unless -- UNSEASONABLE : <praeposterus, praepostera, praeposterum> unseasonable -- UNSHAPELY : <informis, informis, informe> unshapely, hideous -- UP : <sufferō, sufferre, sustulī, sublātum> take up, lift -- UPPER : <lacertus, lacerti> upper arm -- USE : <usus, usus> use, practice -- USE : <ūtor, ūtī, ūsus sum> use -- USED : <commodus, commoda, commodum> used adverbially = complete, advantageous -- UTTERANCE : <fatum, fati> fate, divine utterance -- VARIEGATE : <variō, variāre, variāvī, variātum> variegate -- VARIOUS : <varius, varia, varium> various -- VENERATE : <veneror, venerārī, venerātus sum> honor, venerate -- VENUS : <Venus, Veneris> Venus -- VERSE : <versus, versus> verse -- VERY : <plurimum> very much, especially -- VICTORY : <victoria, victoriae> victory -- VILLAGE : <vicus, vici> village -- VISIBLE : <appāreō, apparēre, apparuī, -> be visible, seem -- VOICE : <vox, vocis> voice -- VOW : <voveo, vovēre, vōvī, vōtum> vow -- VULCAN : <Vulcanus, Vulcani> Vulcan, the fire-god -- WAIT : <exspectō, exspectāre, exspectāvī, exspectātum> wait for -- WALL : <murus, muri> wall -- WALLS : <moenia, moenium> walls -- WANDERING : <error, erroris> wandering -- WAR : <bellum, belli> war -- WARD : <prōpulsō, propulsāre, propulsātus, -> ward off, repulse -- WARM : <foveō, fovēre, fōvī, fōtum> warm, favor -- WASH : <perluō, perluere, perluī, perlūtum> wash, bathe -- WATCH : <servō, servāre, servāvī, servātum> guard, keep, watch -- WAY : <consuetudo, consuetudinis> custom, way of life -- WAY : <iter, itineris> way -- WEALTH : <copia, copiae> abundance, wealth -- WEALTH : <ops, opis> assistance, wealth, resources -- WEALTHY : <locuples, locupletis> rich in lands, wealthy -- WEAPON : <telum, teli> weapon, spear -- WEAR : <gerō, gerere, gessī, gestum> bear, carry out, wear -- WEIGH : <pēnsō, pēnsāre, pēnsāvī, pēnsātus> weigh, ponder -- WHAT : <qui, quae, quod> which, what -- WHAT : <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- WHAT : <quis, quis, quid> who, what -- WHAT : <quo> what -- WHATEVER : <quisquis, quaeque, quicquid> whoever, whatever -- WHEN : <cum> since, when -- WHEN : <quom> when -- WHENCE : <unde> from whence -- WHERE : <ut> as, where -- WHETHER : <sive> or if, whether ... or -- WHICH : <qui, quae, quod> which, what -- WHICH : <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- WHICH : <uter, utra, utrum> which of two -- WHILE : <aliquamdiu> for a while -- WHILE : <dum> while -- WHITE : <albus, alba, album> white -- WHO : <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- WHO : <quis, quis, quid> who, what -- WHOEVER : <quisquis, quaeque, quicquid> whoever, whatever -- WIFE : <uxor, uxoris> wife -- WILD : <belua, beluae> wild animal, monster -- WILD : <fera, ferae> wild beast -- WILL : <voluntas, voluntatis> will, desire -- WINTER : <hiems, hiemis> winter -- WISH : <volō, velle, voluī> wish, determine -- WITH : <cum> with -- WITHDRAW : <dēmigrō, dēmigrāre, dēmigrāvi, dēmigrātum> withdraw -- WITHDRAW : <recēdō, rēcedere, rēcessī, rēcessum> retire, withdraw -- WITHIN : <intra> within, during -- WITHOUT : <citra> on this side of, without -- WOMAN : <femina, feminae> woman -- WORD : <verbum, verbi> word -- WORK : <opera, operae> work, service, attention -- WORK : <opus, operis> work -- WRITE : <scrībō, scribere, scrīpsī, scriptum> write -- WRONG : <iniuria, injuriae> wrong, harsh treatment -- YEAR : <annus, anni> year -- YEARLY : <quotannis> yearly -- YOU : <tu> you -- YOUNG : <adulescens, adulescentis> young people -- YOUTHFUL : <impubes, impuberis> youthful, chaste --

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