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a - preposition; <ab> from, after ab - preposition; <ab> from, after abdita - adjective used as substantive; nominative plural neuter of <abditus, abdita, abditum> hidden place ac - conjunction; <ac> and acceperunt - verb; 3rd person plural perfect of <accipiō, accipere, accēpī, acceptum> receive accepterit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect subjunctive of <acceptō, acceptāre, acceptāvī, acceptātum> receive accidere - verb; infinitive of <accidō, accidere, accidī, -> fall to, come, happen accipias - verb; 2nd person singular present subjunctive of <accipiō, accipere, accēpī, acceptum> receive accuratius - adverb; comparative of <accurate> carefully aciem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <acies, aciei> line of battle acies - noun, feminine; nominative plural of <acies, aciei> line of battle actu - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <actus, actus> gesture, expression ad - preposition; <ad> to, towards adeo - adverb; <adeo> so, so much adessent - verb; 3rd person plural imperfect subjunctive of <adsum, adesse, adfuī> be present adfecti - verb; nominative plural masculine of perfect participle passive of <adficiō, adficere, adfēcī, adfectum> afflict adferunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <adferō, adferre, attulī, adlātum> bring, convey adficiebat - verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <adficiō, adficere, adfēcī, adfectum> afflict adfirmat - verb; 3rd person singular present indicative of <adfīrmō, adfirmāre, adfirmāvī, adfirmātum> confirm adhibetur - verb; 3rd person singular present passive of <adhibeō, adhibēre, adhibuī, adhibitum> turn to, treat adire - verb; infinitive of <adeō, adīre, adiī, adītum> approach, encounter adiunxisse - verb; perfect infinitive of <adiungō, adjungere, adjūnxī, adjūnctum> add administrare - verb; infinitive of <administrō, administrāre, administrāvī, administrātum> administer, conduct administrisque - noun, masculine; ablative plural of <administer, administri> administrator + conjunction; <-que> and admiratum - deponent verb; perfect participle passive accusative singular masculine of <admīror, admirārī, admirātus sum> admire admissum - verb; nominative singular neuter of perfect participle passive of <admittō, admittere, admīsī, admīssum> let, go, commit admodum - adverb; <admodum> completely adsidua - adjective; ablative singular feminine of <adsiduus, adsidua, adsiduum> constant, continued adsuesceret - verb; 3rd person singular imperfect subjunctive of <adsuēscō, adsuescere, adsuescēvī, adsuescētum> accustom advenarum - noun, masculine; genitive plural of <advena, advenae> stranger, foreigner advenit - verb; 3rd person singular present of <adveniō, advenīre, advenī, adventum> arrive, appear adventum - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <adventus, adventus> arrival, coming adversus - adverb; <adversus> opposite to, against adverti - verb; 1st person singular perfect of <advertō, advertere, advertī, adversum> turn to, note adulescentium - noun, masculine; genitive plural of <adulescens, adulescentis> young people aedificandi - verb; genitive of gerund(ive) of <aedificō, aedificāre, aedificāvī, aedificātum> build aedificent - verb; 3rd person plural present subjunctive of <aedificō, aedificāre, aedificāvī, aedificātum> build aedificiis - noun, neuter; ablative plural of <aedificium, aedificii> building Aeneae - noun, masculine; dative singular of <Aeneas, Aeneae> Aeneas Aeneam - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <Aeneas, Aeneae> Aeneas Aeneas - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Aeneas, Aeneae> Aeneas aequari - deponent verb; passive infinitive of <aequō, aequāre, aequāvī, aequātus> to make equal, smoothe aeque - adverb; <aeque> equally aequitate - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <aequitas, aequitatis> uniformity, calmness aere - noun, neuter; ablative singular of <aes, aeris> metal, copper, money aestus - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <aestus, aestus> heat affectionem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <affectio, affectionis> affection agri - noun, masculine; genitive singular of <ager, agri> land agricultura - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <agricultura, agriculturae> agriculture agriculturae - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <agricultura, agriculturae> agriculture agris - noun, masculine; ablative plural of <ager, agri> land agrum - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <ager, agri> land agunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <agō, agere, ēgī, āctum> move, conduct alacritate - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <alacritas, alacritatis> delight Albanique - adjective; nominative plural masculine of <Albanus, Albana, Albanum> Alban + conjunction; <-que> and Albinum - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <Albinus, Albini> Albinus albus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <albus, alba, album> white Alcoinum - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <Alcuinus, Alcuini> Alcuin ali - pronominal adjective; nominative plural masculine of <alius, alia, aliud> other, some alia - pronominal adjective; nominative plural neuter of <alius, alia, aliud> other, some alienam - adjective; accusative singular feminine of <alienus, aliena, alienum> foreign, unfitting alieno - adjective; ablative singular neuter of <alienus, aliena, alienum> foreign, unfitting alienum - adjective; accusative singular neuter of <alienus, aliena, alienum> foreign, unfitting alio - adverb; <alio> somewhere else alio - pronominal adjective; ablative singular masculine of <alius, alia, aliud> other, some aliquam - pronoun adjective; accusative singular feminine of <aliqui, aliqua, aliquod> some, any aliquamdiu - adverb; <aliquamdiu> for a while aliquid - indefinite pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <aliquis, aliquis, aliquid> anyone aliquo - pronoun adjective; ablative singular masculine of <aliqui, aliqua, aliquod> some, any aliquod - pronoun adjective; nominative singular neuter of <aliqui, aliqua, aliquod> some, any alium - pronominal adjective; accusative singular masculine of <alius, alia, aliud> other, some alius - pronominal adjective; nominative singular masculine of <alius, alia, aliud> other, some altae - adjective; genitive singular feminine of <altus, alta, altum> high, deep alterum - pronoun adjective; nominative singular neuter of <alter, altera, alterum> the one, the other altivolentum - adjective; genitive plural neuter of <altivolans, altivolantis> high flying alto - adjective used as substantive; ablative singular neuter of <altus, alta, altum> high, deep alto - adjective; ablative singular masculine of <altus, alta, altum> high, deep ambactos - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <ambactus, ambacti> dependent amicitiae - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <amicitia, amicitiae> friendship amictibus - noun, masculine; dative plural of <amictus, amictus> outer garment amplissimus - adjective; nominative singular masculine superlative of <amplius> great, distinguished Anchisae - noun, masculine; genitive singular of <Anchises, Anchisae> Anchises animi - noun, masculine; genitive singular of <animus, animi> soul, mind animis - noun, masculine; dative plural of <animus, animi> soul, mind animum - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <animus, animi> soul, mind anno - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <annus, anni> year annos - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <annus, anni> year annum - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <annus, anni> year ante - preposition; <ante> before antiqua - adjective; nominative singular feminine of <antiquus, antiqua, antiquum> ancient aperiebatur - verb; 3rd person singular imperfect passive of <aperiō, aperīre, aperuī, apertum> open aperire - verb; infinitive of <aperiō, aperīre, aperuī, apertum> open aperta - adjective; nominative plural neuter of <apertus, aperta, apertum> open aperte - adverb; <aperte> openly apertissime - adjective; nominative singular masculine of superlative of <apertus, aperta, apertum> open appareret - verb; 3rd person singular imperfect subjunctive of <appāreō, apparēre, apparuī, -> be visible, seem appellabant - verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <appellō, appellāre, appellāvī, appellātum> call appellat - verb; 3rd person singular present indicative of <appellō, appellāre, appellāvī, appellātum> call apud - preposition; <apud> among, with arces - noun, feminine; accusative plural of <arx, arcis> citadel, fortress arma - noun, neuter; accusative plural of <arma, armorum> arms arma - noun, neuter; nominative plural of <arma, armorum> arms armatus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <armatus, armata, armatum> armed artem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <ars, artis> skill, art artes - noun, feminine; accusative plural of <ars, artis> skill, art artus - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <artus, artus> joints, limbs asperrima - adjective; nominative singular feminine superlative of <asper, aspera, asperum> rough, harsh astronomiae - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <astronomia, astronomiae> astronomy at - adverb; <at> and atque - conjunction; <atque> and attribuunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <attribuō, attribuere, attribuī, attribūtum> assign audet - verb; 3rd person singular present of <audeō, audēre, ausus sum> dare to do audierat - verb; 3rd person singular pluperfect of <audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītum> hear audierit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect subjunctive of <audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītum> hear audita - verb; accusative plural neuter of perfect participle passive of <audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītum> hear audivit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītum> hear avem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <avis, avis> bird Aventino - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <Aventinus, Aventini> Aventine augurioque - noun, masculine; dative singular of <augurium, augurii> interpretation of omens, augury + conjunction; <-que> and avidi - adjective; nominative plural masculine of <avidus, avida, avidum> eager avis - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <avis, avis> bird avium - noun, feminine; genitive plural of <avis, avis> bird aureus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <aureus, aurea, aureum> golden auspicio - noun, neuter; dative singular of <auspicium, auspicii> divination by the flight of birds auspicio - noun, neuter; ablative singular of <auspicium, auspicii> divination by the flight of birds ausus - verb; nominative singular masculine of perfect participle passive of <audeō, audēre, ausus sum> dare to do aut - conjunction; <aut> or autem - conjunction; <autem> but belli - noun, neuter; genitive singular of <bellum, belli> war bello - noun, neuter; dative singular of <bellum, belli> war bello - noun, neuter; ablative singular of <bellum, belli> war bellum - noun, neuter; nominative singular of <bellum, belli> war beluarum - noun, feminine; genitive plural of <belua, beluae> wild animal, monster brachia - noun, neuter; nominative plural of <brachium, brachi> lower arm Brittania - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <Brittania, Brittaniae> Britain caedes - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <caedes, caedis> murder caelestibus - adjective; dative plural feminine of <caelestis, caelestis, caeleste> celestial caelo - noun, neuter; ablative singular of <caelum, caeli> sky, heavens caementorum - noun, neuter; genitive plural of <caementum, caementi> quarry-stone Caesaris - noun, masculine; genitive singular of <Caesar, Caesaris> Caesar campus - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <campus, campi> plain, open field candida - adjective; nominative singular feminine of <candidus, candida, candidum> clear canerent - verb; 3rd person plural imperfect subjunctive of <canō, canere, cecinī, cantum> sing cano - verb; 1st person singular present of <canō, canere, cecinī, cantum> sing capere - verb; infinitive of <capiō, capere, cēpī, captum> take, seize capti - verb; perfect participle passive of <capiō, capere, cēpī, captum> take, seize carceris - noun, masculine; genitive singular of <carcer, carceris> prison, starting-place in a race-course carne - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <caro, carnis> meat caseo - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <caseus, casei> cheese casu - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <casus, casus> fall, misfortune, chance casus - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <casus, casus> fall, misfortune, chance causa - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <causa, causae> cause, reason causam - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <causa, causae> cause, reason causas - noun, feminine; accusative plural of <causa, causae> cause, reason cedunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <cēdō, cedere, cessī, cessum> go from, depart cernunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <cernō, cernere, crēvī, certum> discern, see certabant - verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <certō, certāre, certāvī, certātum> fight, contend certaque - adjective; ablative singular feminine of <certus, certa, certum> certain + conjunction; <-que> and certo - adjective; ablative singular masculine of <certus, certa, certum> certain certum - adjective; accusative singular masculine of <certus, certa, certum> certain cervicalibus - noun, neuter; ablative plural of <cervical, cervicalis> pillow cetera - adverb; <cetera> otherwise ceteris - adjective; ablative plural feminine of <ceteri, ceterae, cetera> other ceterorumque - adjective; genitive plural neuter of <ceteri, ceterae, cetera> other + conjunction; <-que> and circum - preposition; <circum> around circumdat - verb; 3rd person singular present of <circumdō, circumdare, circumdedī, circumdātum> surround circumferens - verb; present participle nominative singular masculine of <circumferō, circumferre, circumtūlī, circumlātum> carry around circumferre - verb; infinitive of <circumferō, circumferre, circumtūlī, circumlātum> carry around circumspectant - verb; 3rd person plural present indicative of <circumspectō, circumspectāre, circumspectāvī, circumspectātum> look around citra - preposition; <citra> on this side of, without civitates - noun, feminine; nominative plural of <civitas, civitatis> state clamor - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <clamor, clamoris> shout clamore - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <clamor, clamoris> shout clientesque - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <cliens, clientis> retainer + conjunction; <-que> and Cocles - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Cocles, Coclitis> Cocles codicellos - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <codicelli, codicellorum> notebook cognationibusque - noun, feminine; dative plural of <cognatio, cognationis> blood-relations, kindred + conjunction; <-que> and cognitum - adjective; accusative singular neuter of <cognitus, cognita, cognitum> known cognomento - noun, neuter; ablative singular of <cognomentum, cognomenti> surname cogunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <cōgō, cōgere, coēgi, cōactum> collect, compel cohaerentibus - ablative plural neuter of; <cohaerens, cohaerentis> continuous, adjoining coierunt - verb; 3rd person plural perfect of <coeo, coīre, coivī, coitum> come together, be assembled colligebam - verb; 1st person singular imperfect of <colligō, collēgī, colligere, collēctum> collect coloni - noun, masculine; nominative plural of <colonus, coloni> farmer, settler colorum - noun, masculine; genitive plural of <color, coloris> color coluisse - verb; infinitive perfect of <colō, colere, coluī, cultum> dwell in, cultivate coluit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <colō, colere, coluī, cultum> dwell in, cultivate colunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <colō, colere, coluī, cultum> dwell in, cultivate commercia - noun, feminine; accusative plural of <commercium, commerci> commerce commodius - adjective; comparative accusative singular neuter of <commodus, commoda, commodum> used adverbially = complete, advantageous commovit - verb; 3rd person singular present of <commoveō, commovēre, commōvī, commōtum> move communicavi - verb; 1st person singular perfect of <commūnicō, commūnicāre, commūnicāvī, commūnicātum> communicate communicet - verb; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <commūnicō, commūnicāre, commūnicāvī, commūnicātum> communicate commutent - verb; 3rd person plural present subjunctive of <commūtō, commūtāre, commūtāvi, commūtātum> change, exchange computandi - verb; genitive of gerund(ive) of <computō, computāre, computāvī, computātum> compute conabantur - deponent verb; 3rd person plural imperfect passive of <cōnor, conārī, conātus sum> attempt, aim conceditur - verb; 3rd person singular present passive of <concēdō, concedere, concessī, concessum> grant, allow concilium - noun, neuter; accusative singular of <concilium, concilii> council, assembly concurrit - verb; 3rd person singular present of <concurrō, concurrere, concurrī, concursum> assemble, come together condendaeque - verbal adjective; dative singular feminine of <condō, condere, condidī, conditum> found + conjunction; <-que> and conderet - verb; 3rd person singular subjunctive imperfect of <condō, condere, condidī, conditum> found condunt - verb; 3rd person plural present indicative of <condō, condere, condidī, conditum> found conexis - adjective; ablative plural neuter of <conexus, conexa, conexum> adjoining confirmari - verb; infinitive passive of <cōnfīrmō, cōnfīrmāre, cōnfīrmāvī, cōnfīrmātum> make firm, strengthen coniciunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <cōniciō, conicere, coniēcī, coniectum> throw conloquium - noun, neuter; accusative singular of <conloquium, conloqui> conference consertum - verb; nominative singular neuter of perfect participle passive of <cōnserō, cōnserere, cōnseruī, cōnsertum> connect consilio - noun, neuter; ablative singular of <consilium, consilii> counsel consilium - noun, neuter; accusative singular of <consilium, consilii> counsel with capere consistit - verb; 3rd person singular present of <cōnsistō, cōnsistere, cōnstitī, cōnstitum> stand still, consist in conspicit - verb; 3rd person singular present of <cōnspiciō, conspicere, conspēxī, conspectum> perceive constitissent - verb; 3rd person plural pluperfect subjunctive of <cōnstituō, cōnstituere, cōnstituī, cōnstitūtum> decide constituunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <cōnstituō, cōnstituere, cōnstituī, cōnstitūtum> decide consuetudine - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <consuetudo, consuetudinis> custom, way of life consul - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <consul, consulis> consul contentus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <contentus, contenta, contentum> content contineant - verb; 3rd person plural present subjunctive of <contineō, continēre, continuī, contentum> connect, maintain contra - preposition; <contra> opposite, facing controversia - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <controversia, controversiae> controversy controversiis - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <controversia, controversiae> controversy copiisque - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <copia, copiae> abundance, wealth + conjunction; <-que> and copiosus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <copiosus, copiosa, copiosum> rich cordis - noun, neuter; genitive singular of <cor, cordis> heart corpora - noun, neuter; nominative plural of <corpus, corporis> body corporis - noun, neuter; genitive singular of <corpus, corporis> body corpus - noun, neuter; accusative singular of <corpus, corporis> body crebro - adverb; <crebro> frequently, often cremata - verb; ablative singular feminine of perfect passive participle of <cremō, cremāre, cremāvī, cremātum> burn cuius - relative pronoun; genitive singular feminine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that cultus - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <cultus, cultus> care, culture cum - preposition; <cum> with cum - conjunction; <cum> since, when cuncta - adjective; nominative plural neuter of <cunctus, cuncta, cunctum> all cunctati - deponent verb; 3rd person plural perfect of <cunctor, cunctāri, cunctātus sum> hesitate with sunt cupiditas - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <cupiditas, cupiditatis> desire cupientes - verb; nominative plural masculine of present participle of <cupiō, cupere, cupīvī, cupītum> desire cura - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <cura, curae> care cura - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <cura, curae> care curantes - verb; nominative plural masculine of present participle of <cūrō, cūrāre, cūrāvī, cūrātum> care curiosissime - adverb; superlative of <curiosus, curiosa, curiosum> diligent currus - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <currus, currus> chariot currus - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <currus, currus> chariot cursum - noun, neuter; accusative singular of <cursus, cursus> course dant - verb; 3rd person plural present of <dō, dare, dedī, dātum> give data - verb; 3rd person singular perfect subjunctive passive of <dō, dare, dedī, dātum> give data - verb; ablative singular feminine of perfect participle passive of <dō, dare, dedī, dātum> give data - verb; nominative plural neuter of perfect participle passive of <dō, dare, dedī, dātum> give de - preposition; <de> from, about dea - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <dea, deae> goddess decernunt - verb; 3rd person singular present of <dēcernō, decernere, decrēvī, decrētum> decide decreto - noun, neuter; ablative singular of <decretum, decreti> decision dedisti - verb; 2nd person singular perfect of <dō, dare, dedī, dātum> give dedit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <dō, dare, dedī, dātum> give dedita - adjective; nominative singular feminine of <deditus, dedita, deditum> devoted, addicted deferat - verb; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <dēferō, deferre, detulī, delātum> report defossa - participle used as substantive; nominative plural neuter of perfect participle passive of <dēfodiō, defossere, defōdī, defossum> dig deep, hide deinde - adverb; <deinde> then delectationem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <delectatio, delectationis> pleasure, delight demigrant - verb; 3rd person plural present indicative of <dēmigrō, dēmigrāre, dēmigrāvi, dēmigrātum> withdraw deorum - noun, masculine; genitive plural of <deus, dei> god deos - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <deus, dei> god desiluit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <dēsiliō, dēsilīre, dēsiluī, dēsultus> jump down desit - verb; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <desum, deesse, defuī> be lacking detracta - verb; perfect participle passive of <dētrahō, detrahere, dētraxī, detractum> take off, remove detrudere - verb; infinitive of <dētrūdō, dētrūdere, dētrūsī, dētrūsum> dislodge deum - noun, masculine; genitive plural of <deus, dei> god devovet - verb; 3rd person singular present, of <dēvoveō, dēvovēre, dēvōvī, dēvōtum> devote deus - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <deus, dei> god dextra - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <dextra, dextrae> right hand diaconem - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <diaco, diaconis> deacon dialecticae - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <dialectica, dialecticae> logic dicaculus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <dicaculus, dicacula, dicaculum> effusive dicant - verb; 3rd person plural present subjunctive of <dīcō, dīcere, dīxī, dictum> say, state, declare dicuntur - verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <dīcō, dīcere, dīxī, dictum> say, state, declare didiceram - verb; 1st person singular pluperfect of <discō, discere, didicī, -> learn didicit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <discō, discere, didicī, -> learn die - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <dies, diei> day dies - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <dies, diei> day differant - verb; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <differō, differre, distulī, dīlātum> differ differunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <differō, differre, distulī, dīlātum> differ diligentius - adverb; comparative of <diligenter> industriously discebat - verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <discō, discere, didicī, -> learn discenda - verbal adjective; ablative singular feminine of <discō, discere, didicī, -> learn disciplina - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <disciplina, disciplinae> discipline, education disciplinae - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <disciplina, disciplinae> discipline, education disciplinis - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <disciplina, disciplinae> discipline, education discreti - verb; nominative plural masculine perfect participle passive of <discernō, discernere, discrēvī, discrētum> separate, divide dissensionesque - noun, feminine; nominative plural of <dissensio, dissensionis> dissension + conjunction; <-que> and distinguuntur - verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <dīstinguō, dīstinguere, dīstinxī, dīstinctum> divide, distinguish diversi - adjective; nominative plural masculine of <diversus, diversa, diversum> contrary, diverse dives - adjective; nominative singular feminine of <dives, divitis> rich divinis - adjective; dative plural feminine of <divinus, divina, divinum> divine, sacred diutissime - adverb; superlative of <diu> long docebant - verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <doceō, docēre, docuī, doctum> teach doctissimum - adjective; accusative singular masculine superlative of <doctus, docta, doctum> learned doctores - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <doctor, doctoris> teacher doctrinae - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <doctrina, doctrinae> teaching dolens - verb; nominative singular feminine of present participle of <doleō, dolēre, doluī, dolitum> suffer, be angry domesticum - adjective; accusative singular neuter of <domesticus, domestica, domesticum> domestic dominis - noun, masculine; dative plural of <dominus, domini> lord, master domo - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <domus, domi> house domum - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <domus, domi> house druides - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <druides, druidum> Druids druidibus - noun, masculine; ablative plural of <druides, druidum> Druids druidum - noun, masculine; genitive plural of <druides, druidum> Druids ducem - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <dux, ducis> leader ducemque - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <dux, ducis> leader + conjunction; <-que> and duces - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <dux, ducis> leader duci - verb; infinitive passive of <dūcō, dūcere, dūxī, ductum> lead, consider ducunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <dūcō, dūcere, dūxī, ductum> lead, consider dum - conjunction; <dum> while duo - number; <duo, duae, duo> two duobus - number; ablative plural neuter of <duo, duae, duo> two duritiae - noun, feminine; dative singular of <duritia, duritiae> hardship e - preposition; <ex> out of, from ea - demonstrative pronoun; accusative plural neuter of <is, ea, id> him, her, this ea - demonstrative pronoun; nominative singular feminine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this eadem - demonstrative pronoun; nominative plural neuter of <idem, eadem, idem> the same eam - demonstrative pronoun; accusative singular feminine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this earumque - demonstrative pronoun; genitive plural feminine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this + conjunction; <-que> and edere - verb; infinitive of <ēdō, ēdere, ēdidī, ēditum> give out ediscendae - verb; genitive singular feminine gerund(ive) of <ēdiscō, ēdiscere, ēdidici, -> learn, memorize ediscendis - ablative plural feminine of gerund(ive) of; <ēdiscō, ēdiscere, ēdidici, -> learn, memorize ediscere - verb; infinitive of <ēdiscō, ēdiscere, ēdidici, -> learn, memorize edomito - verb; ablative singular neuter of perfect participle passive of <ēdomō, edomāre, edomuī, ēdomitum> conquer, subdue effigiendis - verb; ablative plural feminine of gerund(ive) of <effingō, effingere, effinxī, effīctum> form ego - pronoun; nominative singular of <ego> I eis - demonstrative pronoun; dative plural neuter of <is, ea, id> him, her, this eis - demonstrative pronoun; ablative plural masculine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this eius - demonstrative pronoun; genitive singular masculine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this eius - demonstrative pronoun; genitive singular feminine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this eligunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <ēligō, ēlegere, elēgī, elēctum> choose, select eloquentia - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <eloquentia, eloquentiae> eloquence emittat - verb; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <ēmittō, ēmittere, ēmīsī, ēmīssum> send out enim - conjunction; <enim> for, indeed enuntiabam - verb; 1st person singular imperfect of <ēnūntiō, ēnūtiāre, ēnuntiāvī, ēnuntiātum> speak, express enuntiandarum - verbal adjective; genitive plural feminine of <ēnūntiō, ēnūtiāre, ēnuntiāvī, ēnuntiātum> speak, express eo ipso - demonstrative pronoun; ablative singular neuter of <is, ea, id> him, her, this + intensive pronoun; <ipse, ipsa, ipsum> self eorum - demonstrative pronoun; genitive plural masculine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this eos - demonstrative pronoun; accusative plural masculine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this eosque - demonstrative pronoun; accusative plural masculine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this + conjunction; <-que> and equitum - noun, masculine; genitive plural of <eques, equitis> horseman, knight eram - verb; 1st person singular imperfect of <sum, esse, fuī> I am erat - verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <sum, esse, fuī> I am erroris - noun, masculine; genitive singular of <error, erroris> wandering esse - verb; infinitive of <sum, esse, fuī> I am essent - verb; 3rd person plural imperfect subjunctive of <sum, esse, fuī> I am esset - verb; 3rd person singular imperfect subjunctive of <sum, esse, fuī> I am est - verb; 3rd person singular present of <sum, esse, fuī> I am est - auxiliary verb; 3rd person singular present of <sum, esse, fuī> I am with perventum et - conjunction; <et> and etiam - adverb; <etiam> also, even Etruscorum - adjective used as substantive; genitive plural masculine of <Etruscus, Etrusca, Etruscum> Etruscan evocasse - verb; perfect infinitive of <ēvocō, evocare, evocāvī, evocatum> call forth, summon ex - preposition; <ex> out of, from exercitus - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <exercitus, excercitus> army exin - adverb; <exin> after that, then exissent - verb; 3rd person plural pluperfect subjunctive of <exeō, exire, exiī, exitum> go out, leave existimant - verb; 3rd person plural present of <existimō, existimāre, existimāvī, existimātum> judge, consider existimantur - verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <existimō, existimāre, existimāvī, existimātum> judge, consider exoritur - deponent verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <exorior, exorīrī, exortus sum> arise, appear expellant - verb; 3rd person plural present subjunctive of <expellō, expellere, expulī, expulsum> drive out exprimente - verb; ablative singular feminine of present participle of <exprimō, exprimere, expressī, expressum> express exprimere - verb; infinitive of <exprimō, exprimere, expressī, expressum> express exquisitius - adverb; comparative of <exquisitus, exquisita, exquisitum> exquisitely exspectabat - verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <exspectō, exspectāre, exspectāvī, exspectātum> wait for exspectant - verb; 3rd person plural present of <exspectō, exspectāre, exspectāvī, exspectātum> wait for extendunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <extendō, extendere, extendī, extēnsum> extend exterior - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <exterior, exterioris> outer exuberans - defective verb; nominative singular masculine of present participle of <exūberō, exūberāre, -, -> be abundant facinus - noun, neuter; nominative singular of <facinus, facinoris> crime facinus - noun, neuter; accusative singular of <facinus, facinoris> crime facta - verb; nominative singular feminine of perfect participle passive of <faciō, facere, fēcī, factum> do, make factam - verb; 3rd person singular perfect passive indicative of <faciō, facere, fēcī, factum> do, make factiones - noun, feminine; nominative plural of <factio, factionis> faction facundus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <facundus, facunda, facundum> fluent, eloquent fallunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <fallō, fallere, fefellī, falsum> deceive, elude falsis - adjective; ablative plural masculine of <falsus, falsa, falsum> false fama - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <fama, famae> report, talk famae - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <fama, famae> report, talk farer - deponent verb; 1st person singular imperfect subjunctive of <for, fārī, fātus sum> talk fas - noun, neuter; nominative singular of <fas, -> right fata - noun, neuter; nominative plural of <fatum, fati> fate, divine utterance fato - noun, neuter; ablative singular of <fatum, fati> fate, divine utterance faucibus - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <fauces, faucis> throat, entrance feminae - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <femina, feminae> woman feminae - noun, feminine; nominative plural of <femina, feminae> woman feminis - noun, feminine; dative plural of <femina, feminae> woman ferarum - noun, feminine; genitive plural of <fera, ferae> wild beast feras - noun, feminine; accusative plural of <fera, ferae> wild beast fere - adverb; <fere> almost fertur - verb; 3rd person singular present passive of <ferō, ferre, tulī, lātum> bear, carry ferunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <ferō, ferre, tulī, lātum> bear, carry fibula - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <fibula, fibulae> brooch fidei - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <fides, fidei> faith, pledge fidem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <fides, fidei> faith, pledge filia - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <filia, filiae> daughter filium - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <filius, filii> son fimo - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <fimus, fimi> dung fines - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <finis, finis> border, limit finibus - noun, masculine; ablative plural of <finis, finis> border, limit finiendi - verb; gerund(ive) genitive singular masculine of <finiō, finīre, finīvī, finītum> finish, end finitimis - adjective used as substantive; ablative plural masculine of <finitimus, finitima, finitimum> bordering, neighbor fiunt - defective verb; 3rd person plural present of <fio, fierī> be made fluitante - verb; ablative singular feminine of present participle of <fluitō, fluitāre, fluitāvī, -> flow flumine - noun, neuter; ablative singular of <flumen, fluminis> river fluminibus - noun, neuter; ablative plural of <flumen, fluminis> river focum - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <focus, foci> fire-place, hearth foedus - noun, neuter; accusative singular of <foedus, foederis> treaty fons - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <fons, fontis> spring foras - adverb; <foras> forth, out forte - adjective; ablative singular masculine of <fortis, fortis, forte> strong fortuna - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <fortuna, fortunae> fortune fovetque - verb; 3rd person singular present of <foveō, fovēre, fōvī, fōtum> warm, favor + conjunction; <-que> and fragor - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <fragor, fragoris> crashing, noise frigora - noun, neuter; accusative plural of <frigus, frigoris> cold frigorum - noun, neuter; genitive plural of <frigus, frigoris> cold frugibus - noun, feminine; dative plural of <frux, frugis> fruit, produce fugiendisve - verb; ablative plural feminine of present participle of <fugiō, fūgī> flee, avoid + conjunction; <-ve> or fuisse - verb; perfect infinitive of <sum, esse, fuī> I am fuisset - verb; 3rd person singular past perfect subjunctive of <sum, esse, fuī> I am fuit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <sum, esse, fuī> I am futurae - future participle; genitive singular feminine of <sum, esse, fuī> I am Gallia - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <Gallia, Galliae> Gaul Galliae - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <Gallia, Galliae> Gaul Gallorum - noun, masculine; genitive plural of <Galli, Gallorum> the Gauls gemitibus - noun, masculine; ablative plural of <gemitus, gemitus> sign, groan genera - noun, neuter; nominative plural of <genus, generis> kind, class generibus - noun, neuter; ablative plural of <genus, generis> kind, class generis - noun, neuter; genitive singular of <genus, generis> kind, class gentibus - noun, feminine; dative plural of <gens, gentis> race, clan gentis - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <gens, gentis> race, clan gentium - noun, feminine; genitive plural of <gens, gentis> race, clan genus - noun, neuter; accusative singular of <genus, generis> kind, class genus - noun, neuter; nominative singular <genus, generis> kind, class gerendi - verb; gerund(ive) genitive singular neuter of <gerō, gerere, gessī, gestum> bear, carry out, wear Germani - adjective used as substantive; nominative plural masculine of <Germanus, Germana, Germanum> Germani Germaniaeque - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <Germania, Germaniae> Germania + conjunction; <-que> and Germanorum - adjective used as substantive; genitive plural masculine of <Germanus, Germana, Germanum> Germani gerunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <gerō, gerere, gessī, gestum> bear, carry out, wear gignit - verb; 3rd person singular present of <gīgnō, genere, genuī, genitum> generate, produce gradu - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <gradus, gradus> step Graecam - adjective; accusative singular feminine of <Graecus, Graeca, Graecum> Greek Graecis - adjective; ablative plural feminine of <Graecus, Graeca, Graecum> Greek grammatica - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <grammatica, grammaticae> grammar gratiam - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <gratia, gratiae> esteem, regard gravioribus - adjective; ablative plural masculine of comparative of <gravis, gravis, grave> grave, serious gravissima - adjective; nominative singular feminine of superlative of <gravis, gravis, grave> grave, serious habendis - verb; ablative plural feminine of present participle of <habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum> have habent - verb; 3rd person plural present of <habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum> have habet - verb; 3rd person singular present of <habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum> have habetur - verb; 3rd person singular present passive of <habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum> have habitari - verb; passive infinitive of <habitō, habitāre, habitāvī, habitātum> inhabit habituram - verb; accusative singular feminine of future participle active of <habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum> have habitus - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <habitus, habitus> clothing, dress habuisse - verb; perfect infinitive of <habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum> have habuit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum> have hac - demonstrative pronoun; ablative singular feminine of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this hae - demonstrative pronoun; nominative plural feminine of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this haec - demonstrative pronoun; accusative plural neuter of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this haec - demonstrative pronoun; nominative singular feminine of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this haesissent - verb; 3rd person plural pluperfect subjunctive of <haereō, haerēre, haesī, haesūrum> stick hanc - demonstrative pronoun; accusative singular feminine of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this heriditate - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <heriditas, heriditatis> heredity, inheritance hi - demonstrative pronoun; nominative plural masculine of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this hic - adverb; <hīc> here, now hiemis - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <hiems, hiemis> winter his - demonstrative pronoun; ablative plural neuter of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this his - demonstrative pronoun; ablative plural masculine of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this hoc - demonstrative pronoun; ablative singular neuter of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this hoc - demonstrative pronoun; nominative singular neuter of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this hoc - demonstrative pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this hominem - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <homo, hominis> man, human homines - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <homo, hominis> man, human homines - noun, masculine; nominative plural of <homo, hominis> man, human hominum - noun, masculine; genitive plural of <homo, hominis> man, human honore - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <honos, honoris> honor, distinction honoribus - noun, masculine; ablative plural of <honos, honoris> honor, distinction Horatius - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Horatius, Horati> Horatius hos - demonstrative pronoun; accusative plural masculine of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this hospitio - noun, neuter; ablative singular of <hospitium, hospitii> hospitality hostem - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <hostis, hostis> enemy hostes - noun, masculine; nominative plural of <hostis, hostis> enemy hostibus - noun, masculine; dative plural of <hostis, hostis> enemy hostis - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <hostis, hostis> enemy humiliores - adjective; accusative plural masculine comparative of <humilis, humilis, humile> low, small hunc - demonstrative pronoun; accusative singular masculine of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this jactatus - verb; nominative singular masculine of perfect passive participle of <jactō, jactāre, jactāvī, jactātum> throw iam - adverb; <iam> already ibi - adverb; <ibi> there, then icta - defective verb; nominative singular feminine of perfect participle passive of <īcere, īcī, ictum> strike ictum - defective verb; 3rd person singular perfect passive indicative of <īcere, īcī, ictum> strike with est understood id - demonstrative pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <is, ea, id> him, her, this idem - demonstrative pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <idem, eadem, idem> the same ignem - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <ignis, ignis> fire ignis - noun, masculine; genitive singular of <ignis, ignis> fire ignorantur - verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <īgnōrō, īgnōrāre, īgnōrāvi, īgnōrātum> ignore, be unknown ignotum - adjective; nominative singular neuter of <ignotus, ignota, ignotum> unknown illa - demonstrative pronoun; ablative singular feminine of <ille, illa, illud> he, she, that illam - demonstrative pronoun; accusative singular feminine of <ille, illa, illud> he, she, that illatas - verb; accusative plural feminine of perfect participle passive of <inferō, inferre, intulī, inlātum> introduce, produce ille - demonstrative pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <ille, illa, illud> he, she, that illi - demonstrative pronoun; nominative plural masculine of <ille, illa, illud> he, she, that illinunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <illinō, illere, illēvī, illitum> spread over illius - demonstrative pronoun; genitive singular feminine of <ille, illa, illud> he, she, that illo - demonstrative pronoun; ablative singular masculine of <ille, illa, illud> he, she, that illos - demonstrative pronoun; accusative plural masculine of <ille, illa, illud> he, she, that imitetur - deponent verb; 3rd person singular subjunctive present of <imitor, imitāre, imitātum> imitate, resemble immemores - adjective; nominative plural masculine of <immemor, immemoris> heedless immolant - verb; 3rd person plural present of <immolō, immolāre, immolāvī, immolātum> sacrifice, immolate immolaturos - verb; accusative plural masculine of future participle of <immolō, immolāre, immolāvī, immolātum> sacrifice, immolate impelli - verb; passive infinitive of <impellō, impellere, impulī, impulsum> drive, move impendit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <impendō, impendere, impendī, impēnsum> expend, devote imperitos - adjective; accusative plural masculine of <imperitus, imperita, imperitum> inexperienced impertivit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <impertiō, impertīre, impertīvī, impertītus> devote impetu - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <impetus, impetus> attack, charge impetum - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <impetus, impetus> attack, charge impuberes - adjective; nominative plural masculine of <impubes, impuberis> youthful, chaste impulerit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <impellō, impellere, impulī, impulsum> drive, move in - preposition; <in> in, on inchoatus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <incohatus, incohata, incohatum> begun incidit - verb; 3rd person singular present of <incidō, incidere, incidī,-> fall in, occur incipiant - verb; 3rd person plural present subjunctive of <incipiō, incipere, incēpī, inceptum> begin incolumis - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <incolumis, incolumis, incolume> unharmed increpare - verb; present infinitive of <increpō, increpāre, increpuī, increpitum> scold, rebuke inde - adverb; <inde> from that indicante - verb; ablative singular masculine of present participle of <indicō, indicāre, indicāvī, indicātum> indicate induperator - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <induperator, induperatoris> commander in chief, emperor infans - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <infans, infantis> infant infera - noun, neuter; accusative plural of <inferus, inferi> lower part inferrent - verb; 3rd person plural imperfect subjunctive of <inferō, inferre, intulī, inlātum> introduce, produce inferretque - verb; 3rd person singular subjunctive imperfect of <inferō, inferre, intulī, inlātum> introduce, produce + conjunction; <-que> and informi - adjective; ablative singular feminine of <informis, informis, informe> unshapely, hideous ingenti - adjective; ablative singular masculine of <ingens, ingentis> great iniuria - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <iniuria, injuriae> wrong, harsh treatment iniurias - noun, feminine; accusative plural <iniuria, injuriae> wrong, harsh treatment inquit - defective verb; 3rd person singular present indicative of <inquam> say inscientia - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <inscientia, inscientiae> ignorance insignem - adjective; accusative singular masculine of <insignis, insignis, insigne> distinguished instructae - adjective; nominative plural feminine of <instructus, instructa, instructum> arranged, ready insuper - adverb; <insuper> above, on top intecti - adjective; nominative plural masculine of <intectus, intecta, intectum> uncovered intellegere - verb; infinitive of <intellegō, intellegere, intellēxī, intellēctum> understand intentione - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <intentio, intentionis> effort inter - preposition; <inter> between, among interdicunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <interdīcō, interdicere, interdīxi, interdictum> prohibit interea - adverb; <interea> in the meantime interpretantur - deponent verb; 3rd person plural present of <interpretor, interpretāri, interpretātus sum> interpret intersunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <intersum, interesse, interfuī> lie between, concern intra - preposition; <intra> within, during ipsam - intensive pronoun; accusative singular feminine of <ipse, ipsa, ipsum> self ipse - intensive pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <ipse, ipsa, ipsum> self ipsi - intensive pronoun; nominative plural masculine of <ipse, ipsa, ipsum> self irae - noun, feminine; nominative plural of <ira, irae> anger iram - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <ira, irae> anger ita - adverb; <ita> thus Italiam - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <Italia, Italiae> Italy itaque - adverb; <itaque> and also item - adverb; <item> also iter - noun, neuter; accusative singular <iter, itineris> way iudicaverunt - verb; 3rd person plural perfect of <iūdicō, iūdicāre, iūdicāvī, iūdicātum> decide iunctas - adjective; accusative plural feminine of <iunctus, iuncta, iunctum> joined, united Juno - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <Juno, Junonis> Juno Junonis - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <Juno, Junonis> Juno iura - noun, neuter; nominative plural of <ius, iuris> right iuvantur - verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <iuvō, iuvāre, iūvī, iūtum> assist, help iuxta - preposition; <iuxta> near Karthago - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <Karthago, Karthaginis> Carthage labor - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <labor, laboris> labor, effort labores - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <labor, laboris> labor, effort labori - noun, masculine; dative singular of <labor, laboris> labor, effort laboris - noun, masculine; genitive singular of <labor, laboris> labor, effort lacertos - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <lacertus, lacerti> upper arm lacte - noun, neuter; ablative singular of <lac, lactis> milk laeso - verb; perfect participle passive of <laedō, laedere, laesī, laesum> strike, offend laeva - adjective; nominative singular feminine of <laevus, laeva, laevum> left Latinam - adjective; accusative singular feminine of <Latinus, Latina, Latinum> Latin Latinum - adjective; accusative singular neuter of <Latinus, Latina, Latinum> Latin Latinum - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <Latinus, Latini> Latinus Latio - noun, neuter; dative singular of <Latium, Latii> Latium latos - adjective; accusative plural masculine of <latus, lata, latum> broad laudem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <laus, laudis> praise Laviniaque - adjective; accusative plural neuter of <Lavinius, Lavinia, Lavinium> Lavinian + conjunction; <-que> and Lavinium - noun, neuter; accusative singular of <Lavinium, Lavinii> Lavinium Laurentinum - adjective; accusative singular masculine of <Laurentinus, Laurentina, Laurentinum> Laurentinus lecto - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <lectus, lecti> bed legibus - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <lex, legis> law liberales - adjective; accusative plural feminine of <liberalis, liberalis, liberale> liberal libertatis - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <libertas, libertatis> liberty lineis - adjective; dative plural masculine of <lineus, linea, lineum> flaxen lingua - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <lingua, linguae> tongue, language linguis - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <lingua, linguae> tongue, language liniamenta - noun, neuter; accusative plural of <liniamentum, liniamenti> line, designs litora - noun, neuter; accusative plural of <litus, litoris> shore litteras - noun, feminine; accusative plural of <littera, litterae> letter litteris - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <littera, litterae> letter loca - noun, masculine; nominative plural of <locus, loci> place locant - verb; 3rd person plural present of <locō, locāre, locāvī, locātus> place, arrange loci - noun, masculine; nominative plural of <locus, loci> place locis - noun, masculine; dative plural of <locus, loci> place loco - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <locus, loci> place locum - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <locus, loci> place locupletissimi - adjective; nominative plural masculine of superlative of <locuples, locupletis> rich in lands, wealthy longe - adverb; <longe> by far loquens - deponent verb; nominative singular masculine of present participle of <loquor, loquī, locutus sum> speak loqui - deponent verb; infinitive of <loquor, loquī, locutus sum> speak Lunam - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <Luna, Lunae> Luna, the moon-god lux - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <lux, lucis> light maculis - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <macula, maculae> spot magis - adverb; <magis> more magistratum - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <magistratus, magistratus> magistrate magistratus - noun, masculine; nominative plural of <magistratus, magistratus> magistrate magna - adjective; ablative singular feminine of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large magni - adjective; genitive singular neuter of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large magnis - adjective; ablative plural masculine of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large magnitudine - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <magnitudo, magnitudinis> size magnoque - adjective; ablative singular masculine of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large + conjunction; <-que> and magnum - adjective; accusative singular masculine of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large magnus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large maiores - adjective; nominative plural masculine of comparative of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large maiorque - adjective; nominative singular feminine comparative of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large + conjunction; <-que> and mandare - verb; infinitive of <mando, mandāre, mandāvī, mandātum> commit manicas - noun, feminine; accusative plural of <manicae, manicarum> long sleeves manum - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <manus, manus> hand mare - noun, neuter; nominative singular of <mare, maris> sea materia - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <materia, materiae> material matrimonium - noun, neuter; accusative singular of <matrimonium, matrimoni> marriage maximam - adjective; accusative singular feminine superlative of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large me - pronoun; accusative singular of <ego> I mei - pronoun; genitive singular neuter of <meus, mea, meum> my melius - adverb; <melius> better membrorum - noun, neuter; genitive plural of <membrum, membri> member memini - defective verb; 1st person singular perfect of <memini> remember memora - verb; 2nd person singular imperative of <memorō, memorāre, memorāvī, memorātus> relate, tell memorem - adjective; accusative singular feminine of <memor, memoris> mindful, remembering memoria - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <memoria, memoriae> memory, remembrance mente - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <mens, mentis> mind meus - pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <meus, mea, meum> my mihi - pronoun; dative singular of <ego> I militaris - adjective; genitive singular feminine of <militaris, militaris, militare> military militem - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <miles, militis> soldier minaciter - adverb; <minaciter> threateningly minus - adverb; <minus> less mittere - verb; infinitive of <mittō, mittere, mīsī, missum> send, give modi - noun, masculine; genitive singular of <modus, modi> kind modum - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <modus, modi> kind moenia - noun, neuter; accusative plural of <moenia, moenium> walls molliunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <molliō, mollīre, mollīvī, mollītum> moderate, soften monte - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <mons, montis> mountain morbis - noun, masculine; ablative plural of <morbus, morbi> illness morem - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <mos, moris> custom moribus - noun, masculine; ablative plural of <mos, moris> custom mortales - adjective; nominative plural masculine of <mortalis, mortalis, mortale> mortal motibus - noun, masculine; ablative plural of <motus, motus> movement motu - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <motus, motus> movement movebant - verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <moveō, movēre, mōvi, mōtus> move mox - adverb; <mox> soon multa - adjective; accusative plural neuter of <multus, multa, multum> many multas - adjective; accusative plural feminine of <multus, multa, multum> many multisque - adjective; dative plural neuter of <multus, multa, multum> many + conjunction; <-que> and multitudinem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <multitudo, multitudinis> multitude multitudini - noun, feminine; dative singular of <multitudo, multitudinis> multitude multo - adjective; ablative singular masculine of <multus, multa, multum> many multum - adverb; <multum> greatly munimentum - noun, neuter; accusative singular of <munimentum, munimenti> defence muris - noun, masculine; ablative plural of <murus, muri> wall Musa - noun, feminine; vocative singular of <Musa, Musae> Muse nam - conjunction; <nam> for nascuntur - deponent verb; 3rd person plural present of <nāscor, nāscī, nātus sum> be produced, arise natio - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <natio, nationis> nation nationes - noun, feminine; nominative plural of <natio, nationis> nation naturalibus - adjective; ablative plural neuter of <naturalis, naturalis, naturale> natural ne - adverb; <ne> not ne - conjunction; <ne> so that not nec - adverb; <nec> neither ... nor neglegenter - adverb; <neglegenter> carelessly nemus - noun, neuter; nominative singular of <nemus, nemoris> grove neque - adverb; <neque> neither ... nor nervosque - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <nervus, nervi> muscle + conjunction; <-que> and neve - conjunction; <neve> and not, nor ni - conjunction; <ni> if not, unless nihil - noun; indeclinable <nihil> nothing nisi - conjunction; <nisi> if not, unless nobilibus - adjective; dative plural masculine of <nobilis, nobilis, nobile> famous, noble nobilitatem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <nobilitas, nobilitatis> renown noctis - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <nox, noctis> night nomine - noun, neuter; ablative singular of <nomen, nominis> name non - adverb; <non> not nonnulli - adjective; nominative plural masculine of <nonnullus, nonulla, nonullum> some nostrum - possessive pronoun; accusative singular masculine of <noster, nostra, nostrum> our notitiam - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <notitia, notitiae> familiarity, carnal knowledge notum - verb; nominative singular neuter of perfect participle passive of <nōscō, nōscere, nōvī, nōtum> be acquainted with, get to know noverunt - verb; 3rd person plural perfect of <nōscō, nōscere, nōvī, nōtum> be acquainted with, get to know nuda - adjective; ablative singular feminine of <nudus, nuda, nudum> bare, naked nudae - adjective; nominative plural feminine of <nudus, nuda, nudum> bare, naked nulla - adjective; nominative singular feminine of <nullus, nulla, nullum> no, none nullas - adjective; accusative plural feminine of <nullus, nulla, nullum> no, none nullo - adjective; ablative singular neuter of <nullus, nulla, nullum> no, none nullus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <nullus, nulla, nullum> no, none numero - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <numerus, numeri> class, number, repute numerum - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <numerus, numeri> class, number, repute numerus - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <numerus, numeri> class, number, repute numine - noun, neuter; ablative singular of <numen, numinis> authority nunc - adverb; <nunc> now nutu - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <nutus, nutus> nod, expression ob - preposition; <ob> because of obiecto - verb; ablative singular neuter of perfect participle passive of <obiciō, obicere, obiēcī, obiectum> oppose obiecto - verb; ablative singular masculine of perfect participle passive of <obiciō, obicere, obiēcī, obiectum> oppose obstinatus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <obstinatus, obstinata, obstinatum> obstinate obtineret - verb; 3rd person singular imperfect subjunctive of <obtineō, obtinēre, obtenuī, obtentum> hold occultant - 3rd person plural present of; <occultō, occultāre, occultāvī, occultātum> conceal occultatio - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <occultatio, occultationis> secrecy Oceanus - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Oceanus, Oceani> ocean oculorum - noun, masculine; genitive plural of <oculus, oculi> eye oculos - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <oculus, oculi> eye olim - adverb; <olim> some day omnes - adjective; nominative plural masculine of <omnis, omnis, omne> all omnes - adjective; accusative plural masculine of <omnis, omnis, omne> all omni - adjective; ablative singular feminine of <omnis, omnis, omne> all omnia - adjective used as substantive; accusative plural neuter of <omnis, omnis, omne> all omnia - adjective; nominative plural neuter of <omnis, omnis, omne> all omnia - adjective; accusative plural neuter of <omnis, omnis, omne> all omnibus - adjective; dative plural masculine of <omnis, omnis, omne> all omnibus - adjective; ablative plural neuter of <omnis, omnis, omne> all omnibus - adjective; ablative plural feminine of <omnis, omnis, omne> all omnis - adjective; nominative singular feminine of <omnis, omnis, omne> all omnium - adjective; genitive plural feminine of <omnis, omnis, omne> all onerant - verb; 3rd person plural present of <onerō, onerāre, onerāvī, onerātum> load, burden operam - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <opera, operae> work, service, attention operis - noun, neuter; genitive singular of <opus, operis> work opes - noun, feminine; accusative plural of <ops, opis> assistance, wealth, resources opibus - noun, feminine; dative plural of <ops, opis> assistance, wealth, resources oppidum - noun, neuter; accusative singular <oppidum, oppidi> city oppugnatum - verb; perfect participle passive of <oppūgnō, oppugnāre, oppugnāvī, oppugnātum> overthrow opum - noun, feminine; genitive plural of <ops, opis> assistance, wealth, resources ora - noun, feminine; accusative plural of <ora, orae> mouth, boundary, coast orare - verb; infinitive of <ōrō, ōrāre, ōrāvī, ōrātum> speak oras - noun, feminine; accusative plural of <ora, orae> mouth, boundary, coast ordine - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <ordo, ordinis> order ore - noun, neuter; ablative singular of <os, oris> mouth oriatur - deponent verb; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <orior, orīrī, ortus sum> arise oris - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <ora, orae> mouth, boundary, coast ostendere - verb; infinitive of <ostendō, ostendere, ostendī, ostentum> show, point out ostia - noun, neuter; accusative plural of <ostium, ostii> mouth, entrance paci - noun, feminine; dative singular of <pax, pacis> peace paene - adverb; <paene> almost parare - verb; present infinitive of <parō, parāre, parāvī, parātum> prepare, obtain paratum - verb; accusative singular masculine of perfect participle passive of <parō, parāre, parāvī, parātum> prepare, obtain pareretur - verb; 3rd person singular subjunctive imperfect passive of <pāreō, parēre, pāruī, -> comply pars - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <pars, partis> part parte - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <pars, partis> part partemque - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <pars, partis> part + conjunction; <-que> and Parthi - noun, masculine; nominative plural of <Parthi, Parthorum> Parthians parvis - adjective; ablative plural neuter of <parvus, parva, parvum> small parum - adverb; <parum> too little parvulis - adjective used as substantive; ablative plural masculine of <parvulus, parvula, parvulum> childhood passus - deponent verb; nominative singular masculine of perfect participle passive of <patior, patī, passus sum> suffer, endure pater - noun, masculine; vocative singular of <pater, patris> father patet - verb; 3rd person singular present of <pateō, patēre, patuī, -> lie open, be exposed pati - deponent verb; infinitive passive of <patior, patī, passus sum> suffer, endure patres - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <pater, patris> father patria - adjective; ablative singular feminine of <patrius, patria, patrium> paternal patria - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <patria, patriae> fatherland patrio - adjective; ablative singular masculine of <patrius, patria, patrium> paternal paulatim - adverb; <paulatim> gradually paulo - adverb; <paulo> little pavore - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <pavor, pavoris> fear, dread pectoris - noun, neuter; genitive singular of <pectus, pectoris> breast pecuniae - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <pecunia, pecuniae> money pelles - noun, feminine; accusative plural of <pellis, pellis> skin, hide pellibus - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <pellis, pellis> skin, hide pellibusque - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <pellis, pellis> skin, hide + conjunction; <-que> and penates - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <Penates, Penatium> household gods pensabam - verb; 1st person singular imperfect of <pēnsō, pēnsāre, pēnsāvī, pēnsātus> weigh, ponder per - preposition; <per> through, by percunctatum - deponent verb; 3rd person perfect passive indicative of <percūnctor, percunctārī, percunctātus sum> inquire with est understood peregrinis - adjective; ablative plural feminine of <peregrinus, peregrini> foreign perfecti - adjective; genitive singular neuter of <perfectus, perfecta, perfectum> complete periculisque - noun, neuter; ablative plural of <periculum, periculi> danger + conjunction; <-que> and perluntur - verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <perluō, perluere, perluī, perlūtum> wash, bathe permanent - verb; 3rd person plural present of <permaneō, permanēre, permansī, permansum> stay, continue permanserunt - verb; 3rd person plural perfect of <permaneō, permanēre, permansī, permansum> stay, continue perventum - verb; 3rd person singular perfect passive of <perveniō, pervenīre, pervēnī, perventum> arrive, reach with est petendis - verbal adjective; ablative plural feminine of <petō, petere, petīvī, petītum> seek Petrum - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <Petrus, Petri> Peter pictis - adjective; ablative plural feminine of <pictus, picta, pictum> painted picturam - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <pictura, picturae> painting pietate - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <pietas, pietatis> piety Pisanum - adjective; accusative singular masculine of <Pisanus, Pisana, Pisanum> Pisan placuit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <placeō, placēre, placuī, placitum> please plebem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <plebs, plebis> common people plebes - noun, feminine; nominative plural of <plebs, plebis> common people plerique - adjective; nominative plural masculine of <plerusque, pleraeque, pleraque> most, the majority plurimos - adjective; accusative plural masculine of superlative of <multus, multa, multum> many plurimum - adjective used as substantive; accusative singular neuter superlative of <multus, multa, multum> many plurimum - adverb; <plurimum> very much, especially plus - adjective used as substantive; accusative singular neuter of <plus> more poena - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <poena, poenae> punishment, penalty poenasque - noun, feminine; accusative plural of <poena, poenae> punishment, penalty + conjunction; <-que> and pons - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <pons, pontis> bridge pontem - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <pons, pontis> bridge pontis - noun, masculine; genitive singular of <pons, pontis> bridge populatur - deponent verb; 3rd person singular present passive of <populor, populāri, populatus sum> devastate, plunder populis - noun, masculine; ablative plural of <populus, populi> people populus - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <populus, populi> people posita - verb; accusative plural neuter of perfect participle passive of <pōnō, ponere, posuī, positum> place, situate positus - verb; nominative singular masculine of perfect participle passive of <pōnō, ponere, posuī, positum> place, situate possessionibus - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <possessio, possessionis> possession post - adverb; <post> after posteros - adjective used as substantive; accusative plural masculine of <posteri, posterae, postera> future generations posthabita - verb; ablative singular feminine of perfect passive participle of <posthabeō, posthabēre, posthabuī, posthabitum> place after, esteem less postquam - conjunction; <postquam> after potentiamque - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <potentia, potentiae> power + conjunction; <-que> and potentioresque - adjective used as substantive; nominative plural masculine comparative of <potens, potentis> powerful + conjunction; <-que> and potentiorum - adjective used as substantive; genitive plural masculine of comparative of <potens, potentis> powerful potentissimis - adjective; dative plural masculine superlative of <potens, potentis> powerful poterat - verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <possum, posse, potuī> be able poteratque - verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <possum, posse, potuī> be able + conjunction; <-que> and praebentes - verb; nominative plural masculine present participle of <praebeō, praebēre, praebuī, praebitus> offer, provide praeceptorem - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <praeceptor, praeceptoris> teacher praecipue - adverb; <praecipue> chiefly praemia - noun, neuter; accusative plural of <praemium, praemii> reward praepes - adjective; nominative singular feminine of <praepes, praepetis> of good omen, favorable praepetibus - adjective; dative plural masculine of <praepes, praepetis> of good omen, favorable praeposterus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <praeposterus, praepostera, praeposterum> unseasonable praesidiis - noun, neuter; dative plural of <praesidium, praesidii> guard praesint - verb; 3rd person plural present subjunctive of <praesum, praesse, praefuī> have charge of, preside over precor - deponent verb; 1st person singular present indicative of <precor, precārī, precātus sum> pray premuntur - verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <premō, pemere, pressī, pressum> press, oppress primores - adjective used as substantive; accusative plural masculine of <primoris, primoris, primore> chieftain, leader primus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <primus, prima, primum> first principes - noun, masculine; nominative plural of <princeps, principis> chief privata - adjective; accusative plural neuter of <privatus, privata, privatum> private, individual privatisque - adjective; ablative plural feminine of <privatus, privata, privatum> private, individual + conjunction; <-que> and privatus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <privatus, privata, privatum> private, individual priusquam - adverb; <priusquam> before pro - preposition; <pro> for, before proceres - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <procer, proceris> nobleman processisse - verb; perfect infinitive of <prōcēdō, procedere, processī, processum> advance procurant - verb; 3rd person plural present of <prōcūrō, prōcūrāre, prōcūrāvi, prōcūrātum> take care of produnt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <prōdō, prodere, prodīdī, proditum> put forth, make known proeliis - noun, neuter; ablative plural of <proelium, proelii> battle proelium - noun, neuter; accusative singular <proelium, proelii> battle profecti - deponent verb; nominative plural masculine of perfect participle passive of <proficīscor, proficiscī, profectus sum> set out profugos - adjective; accusative plural masculine of <profugus, profuga, profugum> fugitive profugus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <profugus, profuga, profugum> fugitive progeniem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <progenies, -> offspring, race promiscue - adverb; <promiscue> promiscuous pronuntiare - verb; infinitive of <pronuntiō, pronuntiāre, pronuntiāvī, pronuntiātum> pronounce propitio - adjective; ablative singular neuter of <propitius, propitia, propitium> propitious proponere - verb; infinitive of <prōpōnō, proponere, proposuī, propositum> point out, set forth proprios - adjective; accusative plural masculine of <proprius, propria, proprium> proper, own propritim - adverb; <propritim> as one's own propulsarent - verb; 3rd person plural imperfect subjunctive of <prōpulsō, propulsāre, propulsātus, -> ward off, repulse provocare - verb; present infinitive of <prōvocō, provocāre, provocāvī, provocātum> challenge proxima - adjective; nominative singular feminine superlative of <prope> near proximi - adjective; nominative plural masculine of <proximus, proxima, proximum> next to publica - adjective; ablative singular feminine of <publicus, publica, publicum> public publica - adjective; accusative plural neuter of <publicus, publica, publicum> public publicam - adjective; accusative singular feminine of <publicus, publica, publicum> public publicis - adjective; ablative plural feminine of <publicus, publica, publicum> public publico - adjective; ablative singular neuter of <publicus, publica, publicum> public pudor - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <pudor, pudoris> shame puer - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <puer, pueri> boy pulcher - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum> beautiful, excellent pulcherruma - adjective; nominative singular feminine superlative of <pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum> beautiful, excellent pulchrisque - adjective; dative plural masculine of <pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum> beautiful, excellent + conjunction; <-que> and pura - adjective; ablative singular feminine of <purus, pura, purum> pure purpura - ablative singular feminine of; <purpura, purpurae> purple, purple cloth putant - verb; 3rd person plural present of <putō, putāre, putāvī, putātum> think qua - indefinite pronoun; ablative singular feminine of <quis, quis, quid> someone, anything qua - relative pronoun; ablative singular feminine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that qua - indefinite pronoun; nominative singular feminine of <qui, qua(e), quod> some, any quae - relative pronoun; nominative singular feminine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that quae - relative pronoun; accusative plural neuter of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that quae - relative pronoun; nominative plural neuter of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that quae - relative pronoun; nominative plural feminine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that quaedam - indefinite pronoun; nominative plural neuter of <quidam, quaedam, quoddam> a certain, some quaeque - relative pronoun; accusative plural neuter of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that + conjunction; <-que> and quaerenda - verbal adjective; nominative plural neuter of <quaerō, quaerere, quaesīvī, quaesītum> look for, search quaerentes - verb; nominative plural masculine of present participle of <quaerō, quaerere, quaesīvī, quaesītum> look for, search quaerere - verb; infinitive of <quaerō, quaerere, quaesīvī, quaesītum> look for, search quaerit - verb; 3rd person singular present of <quaerō, quaerere, quaesīvī, quaesītum> look for, search quam - adverb used as conjunction; <quam> than quam - relative pronoun; accusative singular feminine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that quando - adverb; <quando> ever, at some time quantum - adverb; <quantum> as much quarum - relative pronoun; genitive plural feminine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that quas - relative pronoun; accusative plural feminine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that quattuor - number; <quattuor> four quem - relative pronoun; accusative singular masculine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that qui - relative pronoun; nominative plural masculine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that qui - interrogative pronoun; nominative plural masculine of <quis, quis, quid> who, what qui - indefinite pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <qui, qua(e), quod> some, any qui - relative pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that quia - conjunction; <quia> because quibus - relative pronoun; ablative plural neuter of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that quibus - relative pronoun; dative plural masculine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that quibus - relative pronoun; dative plural feminine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that quicquid - indefinite pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <quisquis, quaeque, quicquid> whoever, whatever quid - indefinite pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <quis, quis, quid> someone, anything quid - indefinite pronoun; nominative singular neuter of <quis, quis, quid> someone, anything quidem - adverb; <quidem> in fact, even quidve - interrogative pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <quis, quis, quid> who, what + conjunction; <-ve> or quique - relative pronoun; nominative plural masculine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that + conjunction; <-que> and quis - indefinite pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <quis, quis, quid> someone, anything quisquam - indefinite pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <quisquis, quaeque, quicquid> whoever, whatever quisque - indefinite pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <quisque, quaeque, quodque> everyone quo - indefinite pronoun; ablative singular masculine of <quis, quis, quid> someone, anything quo - interrogative pronoun; ablative singular masculine of <qui, quae, quod> which, what quo - adverb; <quo> what quo - interrogative pronoun; ablative singular neuter of <quis, quis, quid> who, what quod - conjunction; <quod> that, because quod - relative pronoun; nominative singular neuter of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that quom - conjunction; <quom> when quoniam - conjunction; <quoniam> since quoque - adverb; <quoque> also quorum - relative pronoun; genitive plural masculine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that quos - relative pronoun; accusative plural masculine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that quotannis - adverb; <quotannis> yearly radiis - noun, masculine; ablative plural of <radius, radii> rod, beam rationibus - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <ratio, rationis> account, affair re - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <res, rei> thing, matter rebus - noun, feminine; dative plural of <res, rei> thing, matter rebus - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <res, rei> thing, matter receptaculum - noun, neuter; nominative singular of <receptaculum, receptaculi> receptacle, storage place recessit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <recēdō, rēcedere, rēcessī, rēcessum> retire, withdraw regina - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <regina, reginae> queen regni - noun, neuter; genitive singular of <regnum, regni> kingship, supreme power regnum - noun, neuter; nominative singular of <regnum, regni> kingship, supreme power regum - noun, masculine; genitive plural of <rex, regis> king rei - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <res, rei> thing, matter reiciendis - verb; ablative plural feminine of present participle of <rēiciō, rēicere, rējēcī, rējectum> push back, reject religiones - noun, feminine; accusative plural of <religio, religionis> religious practice religionibus - noun, feminine; dative plural of <religio, religionis> religious practice reliquis - adjective; ablative plural feminine of <reliquus, reliqua, reliquum> remaining, rest reliquos - adjective used as substantive; accusative plural masculine of <reliquus, reliqua, reliquum> remaining, rest rem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <res, rei> thing, matter remedium - noun, neuter; nominative singular of <remedium, remedii> remedy, assistance Remoramve - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <Remora, Remorae> Remora + conjunction; <-ve> or Remus - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Remus, Remi> Remus renonum - noun, masculine; genitive plural of <reno, renonis> deer-skin rerum - noun, feminine; genitive plural of <res, rei> thing, matter res - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <res, rei> thing, matter reste - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <restis, restis> undergarment rethoricae - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <rhetorica, rhetoricae> rhetoric rigorem - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <rigor, rigoris> rigor rimabatur - deponent verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <rimor, rimāri, rimātus sum> search, explore ripae - noun, feminine; dative singular of <ripa, ripae> river-bank Romae - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <Roma, Romae> Rome Romam - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <Roma, Romae> Rome Romanae - adjective; genitive singular feminine of <Romanus, Romana, Romanum> Roman Romanorum - adjective used as substantive; genitive plural masculine of <Romanus, Romana, Romanum> Roman Romulus - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Romulus, Romuli> Romulus rumore - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <rumor, rumoris> murmur, rumor rumoribus - noun, masculine; ablative plural of <rumor, rumoris> murmur, rumor rupti - verb; genitive singular masculine of perfect participle passive of <rumpō, rumpere, rūpī, ruptus> break sacrificia - noun, neuter; accusative plural of <sacrificium, sacrifici> sacrifice sacrificiis - noun, neuter; ablative plural of <sacrificium, sacrifici> sacrifice saepe - adverb; <saepe> often saepiunt - verb; 3rd person plural present indicative of <saepiō, saepīre, saepsī, saeptum> surround saepius - adverb; comparative of <saepe> often saevae - adjective; genitive singular feminine of <saevus, saeva, saevum> fierce, cruel sagaci - adjective; ablative singular feminine of <sagax, sagacis> keen, sagacious sagum - noun, neuter; nominative singular of <sagum, sagi> rough mantle salutationem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <salutatio, salutationis> saluting Samo - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <Samos, Sami> Samos sancta - adjective; nominative plural neuter of <sanctus, sancta, sanctum> holy sancte - adjective; vocative singular masculine of <sanctus, sancta, sanctum> holy sanctum - verb; accusative singular neuter of perfect participle passive of <sanciō, sancīre, sānxī, sānctum> enact sanguine - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <sanguis, sanguinis> blood sanxisse - verb; perfect infinitive of <sanciō, sancīre, sānxī, sānctum> enact Sarmatae - noun, masculine; nominative plural of <Sarmatae, Sarmatarum> Sarmatians satis - adverb; <satis> adequately, sufficiently Saxonici - adjective; genitive singular neuter of <Saxonicus, Saxonici> Saxon scamna - noun, neuter; accusative plural of <scamnum, scamni> bench, seat scribere - verb; infinitive of <scrībō, scribere, scrīpsī, scriptum> write scuto - noun, neuter; ablative singular of <scutum, scuti> shield se - reflexive pronoun; accusative of <sui> self se - reflexive pronoun; ablative of <sui> self secundam - adjective; accusative singular feminine of <secundus, secunda, secundum> second, favorable secundum - preposition; <secundum> following sed - conjunction; <sed> but sede - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <sedes, sedis> seat, habitation sedem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <sedes, sedis> seat, habitation sedes - noun, feminine; accusative plural of <sedes, sedis> seat, habitation senem - adjective; accusative singular masculine of <senex, senis> aged sensa - noun, neuter; accusative plural of <sensa, sensorum> ideas sententiis - noun, feminine; dative plural of <sententia, sententiae> sentence sermone - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <sermo, sermonis> language sero - adverb; <sero> too late servat - verb; 3rd person singular present of <servō, servāre, servāvī, servātum> guard, keep, watch servitia - noun, neuter; accusative plural of <servitium, servitii> servitude servitutem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <servitus, servitutis> servitude, slavery servorum - noun, masculine; genitive plural of <servus, servi> slave servos - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <servus, servi> slave sese - reflexive pronoun; accusative of <sui> self si - conjunction; <si> if sibi - reflexive pronoun; dative of <sui> self sic - adverb; <sic> so, thus sicut - adverb; <sicut> as, like siderum - noun, neuter; genitive plural of <sidus, sideris> constellation, heavenly body signa - noun, neuter; nominative plural of <signum, signi> sign signa - noun, neuter; accusative plural of <signum, signi> sign signis - noun, neuter; dative plural of <signum, signi> sign signum - noun, neuter; accusative singular of <signum, signi> sign simul - adverb; <simul> at the same time sinant - verb; 3rd person plural present subjunctive of <sinō, sinere, sīvī> permit, allow singulos - adjective; accusative plural masculine of <singulus, singula, singulum> single, individual sit - verb; 3rd person singular subjunctive present of <sum, esse, fuī> I am sit - auxiliary verb; 3rd person singular perfect subjunctive passive of <sum, esse, fuī> I am with data sive - conjunction; <sive> or if, whether ... or sol - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <sol, solis> sun solebat - verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <sōleō, solēre, solitum> be accustomed Solem - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <Sol, Solis> sun solent - verb; 3rd person plural present of <sōleō, solēre, solitum> be accustomed solitus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <solitus, solita, solitum> accustomed solos - adjective; accusative plural masculine of <solus, sola, solum> alone solumque - noun, neuter; accusative singular of <solum, soli> foundation + conjunction; <-que> and solus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <solus, sola, solum> alone sonabant - verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <sonō, sonāre, sonuī, sonitus> pronounce sonitu - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <sonitus, sonitus> sound spargunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <spargō, spargere, sparsī, sparsum> strew, sprinkle spatio - noun, neuter; dative singular of <spatium, spatii> space speciem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <species, speciei> appearance spectant - verb; 3rd person plural present of <spectō, spectāre, spectāvī, spectātum> look, gaze specus - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <specus, specus> cave, pit spem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <spes, spei> hope spina - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <spina, spinae> thorn splendente - verb; ablative singular feminine of present participle of <splendeo, splendere, -, -> shine, be bright stabili - adjective; ablative singular feminine of <stabilis, stabilis, stabile> stable stabilita - verb; accusative plural neuter of perfect participle passive of <stabiliō, stabilīre, stabilīvī, stabilītus> establish, confirm statione - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <statio, stationis> station, guard staturam - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <statura, staturae> stature, height stetit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <stō, stāre, stēti, statum> stand, abide stricta - adjective; ablative singular feminine of <strictus, stricta, strictum> drawn together, tight studeant - verb; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <studeō, studēre, studuī> give attention, be devoted student - verb; 3rd person plural present of <studeō, studēre, studuī> give attention, be devoted studiis - noun, neuter; ablative plural of <studium, studii> application, study studiisque - noun, neuter; ablative plural of <studium, studii> application, study + conjunction; <-que> and studiosissime - adverb; superlative of <studiosus, studiosa, studiosum> eager, studious studium - noun, neuter; accusative singular of <studium, studii> application, study suae - possessive pronoun; genitive singular feminine of <suus, sua, suum> own suam - possessive pronoun; accusative singular feminine of <suus, sua, suum> own suas - possessive pronoun; accusative plural feminine of <suus, sua, suum> own sub - preposition; <sub> under subito - adjective; ablative singular masculine of <subitus, subita, subitum> sudden sublato - verb; ablative singular masculine of perfect participle of <sufferō, sufferre, sustulī, sublātum> take up, lift sublatus - verb; nominative singular masculine of perfect participle passive of <sufferō, sufferre, sustulī, sublātum> take up, lift sublicius - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <sublicius, sublicia, sublicium> resting on piles subterraneos - adjective; accusative plural masculine of <subterraneus, subterranei> underground successit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <succēdō, succedere, successī, sucessum> enter, succeed suffugium - noun, neuter; nominative singular of <suffugium, suffugii> refuge, shelter suis - possessive pronoun; dative plural masculine of <suus, sua, suum> own summis - adjective; ablative plural feminine of <summus, summa, summum> highest with rebus sunt - auxiliary verb; 3rd person plural present of <sum, esse, fuī> I am with cunctati sunt - verb; 3rd person plural present of <sum, esse, fuī> I am suos - possessive pronoun; accusative plural masculine of <suus, sua, suum> own superborum - adjective; genitive plural masculine of <superbus, superba, superbum> haughty superincidentibus - verb; ablative plural neuter of present participle of <superincidō, superincindere> fall down superioris - adjective; genitive singular masculine comparative of <superus, supera, superum> higher, gods superum - adjective used as substantive; genitive masculine plural of <superus, supera, superum> higher, gods sustinuit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <sustineō, sustinēre, sustinuī, sustentum> hold back tabulasque - noun, feminine; accusative plural of <tabula, tabulae> tablet + conjunction; <-que> and tamen - conjunction; <tamen> nevertheless, but tamquam - adverb; <tamquam> just as, as if tandem - adverb; <tandem> finally tantaene - adjective; nominative plural feminine of <tantus, tanta, tantum> such + interrogative adverb; <-ne> ... tantum - adverb; <tantum> only te - pronoun; accusative singular masculine of <tu> you tegimentis - noun, neuter; ablative plural of <tegumen, teguminis> clothing, covering tegularum - noun, feminine; genitive plural of <tegula, tegulae> tile tegumen - noun, neuter; nominative singular of <tegumen, teguminis> clothing, covering tela - noun, neuter; accusative plural of <telum, teli> weapon, spear telis - noun, neuter; ablative plural of <telum, teli> weapon, spear temerarios - adjective; accusative plural masculine of <temerarius, temeraria, temerarium> rash, indiscreet temporis - noun, neuter; genitive singular of <tempus, temporis> time temptabat - verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <temptō, temptāre, temptāvī, temptātum> attempt tempus - noun, neuter; nominative singular of <tempus, temporis> time tenditque - verb; 3rd person singular present of <tendō, tenere, tenuī, tentum> stretch, pursue + conjunction; <-que> and tenebam - verb; 1st person singular imperfect of <teneō, tenēre, tenuī, -> hold, control, understand tenebat - verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <teneō, tenēre, tenuī, -> hold, control, understand tenuere - verb; 3rd person plural perfect of <teneō, tenēre, tenuī, -> hold, control, understand ter - number; <ter> three terra - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <terra, terrae> earth, land terreri - verb; passive infinitive of <terreō, terrēre, terruī, territus> terrify, frighten terris - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <terra, terrae> earth, land Tiberi - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <Tiber, Tiberis> Tiber Tiberim - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <Tiber, Tiberis> Tiber Tiberinaque - adjective; accusative plural neuter of <Tiberinus, Tiberina, Tiberinum> of Tiber + conjunction; <-que> and Tiberine - adjective; vocative singular masculine of <Tiberinus, Tiberini> Tiberinus tot - adjective number; <tot> so much, so many totos - adjective; accusative plural masculine of <totus, tota, totum> entire tranavit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <trānō, tranāre, tranāvī> swim across transire - verb; present infinitive of <trānseō, transīre, transīvī, transitum> go over tributorum - noun, neuter; genitive plural of <tributum, tributi> specific payment, tribute Trojae - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <Troja, Trojae> Troy Troianis - adjective used as substantive; dative plural masculine of <Troianus, Troiana, Troianum> Trojan Troiano - adjective; ablative singular masculine of <Troianus, Troiana, Troianum> Trojan Troianos - adjective; accusative plural masculine of <Troianus, Troiana, Troianum> Trojan truces - adjective; accusative plural masculine of <trux, trucis> fierce tum - adverb; <tum> then turpissimis - adjective; ablative plural feminine superlative of <turpis, turpis, turpe> shameful, disgraceful tuta - adjective; nominative plural neuter of <tutus, tuta, tutum> safe Tyrias - adjective; accusative plural feminine of <Tyrius, Tyria, Tyrium> Tyrian Tyrii - adjective; nominative plural masculine of <Tyrius, Tyria, Tyrium> Tyrian vacuum - adjective; nominative singular neuter of <vacuus, vacua, vacuum> empty, free valerem - verb; 1st person singular imperfect subjunctive of <valeō, valēre, valuī, -> be able variant - verb, 3rd person plural present of; <variō, variāre, variāvī, variātum> variegate variis - adjective; ablative plural feminine of <varius, varia, varium> various variis - adjective; ablative plural masculine of <varius, varia, varium> various vel - conjunction; <vel> either - or velamina - noun, neuter; accusative plural of <velamen, velaminis> cover, clothing velantur - verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <vēlō, velāre, velāvī, velātum> cover velle - verb; infinitive of <volō, velle, voluī> wish, determine vellem - verb; 1st person singular imperfect subjunctive of <volō, velle, voluī> wish, determine vellent - verb; 3rd person plural imperfect subjunctive of <volō, velle, voluī> wish, determine vellet - verb; 3rd person singular imperfect subjunctive of <volō, velle, voluī> wish, determine veluti - adverb; <veluti> as, like venationibus - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <venatio, venationis> hunting veneratus - deponent verb; perfect participle passive of <veneror, venerārī, venerātus sum> honor, venerate venere - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <venus, veneris> grace, esteem Veneris - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <Venus, Veneris> Venus venire - verb; present infinitive of <veniō, venīre, vēnī, ventum> come venit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <veniō, venīre, vēnī, ventum> come verba - noun, neuter; accusative plural of <verbum, verbi> word verbis - noun, neuter; ablative plural of <verbum, verbi> word vero - adverb; <vero> truly, but versantur - verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <versō, versāre, versāvī, versātum> turn often; pass. be involved versuum - noun, masculine; genitive plural of <versus, versus> verse verteret - verb; 3rd person singular imperfect subjunctive of <vertō, vertere, vertī, versum> turn, overturn vestitus - noun, masculine; genitive singular of <vestitus, vestitus> clothing vi - noun, feminine; ablative singular of <vis, vis> power, strength vicenos - adjective; accusative plural masculine of <vicenus, viceni> twenty vicesimum - adjective; accusative singular masculine of <vicesimus, vicesima, vicesimum> twentieth vicos - noun, masculine; accusative plural of <vicus, vici> village victimis - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <victima, victimae> sacrifice victoria - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <victoria, victoriae> victory victus - noun, masculine; genitive singular of <victus, victus> sustenance, food videat - verb; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum> see videbam - verb; 1st person singular imperfect of <videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum> see videbantur - verb; 3rd person imperfect passive of <videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum> see videtur - verb; 3rd person singular present passive of <videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum> see vir - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <vir, viri> man vires - noun, feminine; accusative plural of <vis, vis> power, strength virique - noun, masculine; genitive singular of <vir, viri> man + conjunction; <-que> and viris - noun, masculine; dative plural of <vir, viri> man virum - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <vir, viri> man virumque - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <vir, viri> man + conjunction; <-que> and visa - verb; accusative plural neuter of participle perfect passive of <videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum> see visum - verb; 3rd person singular perfect passive of <videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum> see with est vita - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <vita, vitae> life vitandos - verb; verbal adjective of <vitō, vitāre, vitāvī, vitātus> avoid, evade ulteriores - adjective used as substantive; nominative plural masculine of <ulterior, ulterioris> farther, remote una - adverb; <una> at the same place, together unam - adjective; accusative singular feminine of <unus, una, unum> one, alone unde - adverb; <unde> from whence undecumque - adverb; <undecumque> from every side undique - adverb; <undique> from every quarter unum - adjective; accusative singular masculine of <unus, una, unum> one, alone unus - adjective; nominative singular masculine of <unus, una, unum> one, alone vocarent - verb; 3rd person plural imperfect subjunctive of <vocō, vocāre, vocāvī, vocātum> call vocari - verb; passive infinitive of <vocō, vocāre, vocāvī, vocātum> call vocem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <vox, vocis> voice vocibus - noun, feminine; ablative plural of <vox, vocis> voice vocis - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <vox, vocis> voice volavit - verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <volō, volāre, volāvī, volātum> fly volebam - verb; 1st person singular imperfect of <volō, velle, voluī> wish, determine volt - verb; 3rd person singular present of <volō, velle, voluī> wish, determine volvere - verb; infinitive of <volvō, volvere, volvī, volūtum> pass through, undergo voluntati - noun, feminine; dative singular of <voluntas, voluntatis> will, desire voluntatum - noun, feminine; genitive plural of <voluntas, voluntatis> will, desire vovent - verb; 3rd person plural present of <voveo, vovēre, vōvī, vōtum> vow urbem - noun, feminine; accusative singular of <urbs, urbis> city urbes - noun, feminine; accusative plural of <urbs, urbis> city urbi - noun, feminine; dative singular of <urbs, urbis> city urbis - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <urbs, urbis> city urbs - noun, feminine; nominative singular of <urbs, urbis> city usu - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <usus, usus> use, practice usus - noun, masculine; nominative singular of <usus, usus> use, practice ut - adverb; <ut> as, where ut - conjunction; <ut> that, so that utantur - deponent verb; 3rd person plural present of <ūtor, ūtī, ūsus sum> use uter - pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <uter, utra, utrum> which of two uti - conjunction; <uti> that, so that utique - adverb; <utique> certainly utri - pronoun; dative singular masculine of <uter, utra, utrum> which of two utuntur - deponent verb; 3rd person plural present of <ūtor, ūtī, ūsus sum> use Vulcanum - noun, masculine; accusative singular of <Vulcanus, Vulcani> Vulcan, the fire-god vultu - noun, masculine; ablative singular of <vultus, vultus> expression, face uxoris - noun, feminine; genitive singular of <uxor, uxoris> wife

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