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LATIN-ENGLISH VOCABULARY (but without many nouns)
A, B & C
a away from, by, of
ab away from, by, of
abdere to hide, conceal
abducere to lead away, take away
abesse to be away, absent, distant, wanting, lacking
abire to go away, depart
abripere to carry off
abs away from, by, of
absque without, but for
absumere to take away, consume, destroy
ac and
accedere to move to, approach, be added to
accidere to fall to,upon, happen
accipere to receive, accept, hear, suffer
acriter sharply, fiercely
ad to, toward, at, near, for
adeo so, even, go to, approach
adferre to bring, bear to
adficere do to, move, affect, visit, afflict
adhibere to hold to, employ, use
adhuc thus far, still, up to this time
adimere to take
admittere to admit, allow, send to
advenire to come to, approach, arrive
adversum towards, against
adversus against, facing, in front
aequus,-a,-um fair, just, favorable
agere to drive, do, pass, lead, act, live, discuss, celebrate
agnoscere to recognize
aio affirm, say
alia another, other
aliqua some one, anyone, something, anything, some, any
aliquando finally, at length, at some time or other
aliquantum somewhat
aliqui some one, anyone, something, anything, some, any
aliquid some one, anyone, something, anything, some, any
aliquis some one, anyone, something, anything, some, any
aliquot some, several
aliter otherwise, in another way, differently
aliud another, other
alius another, other
ambae both
ambo both
amittere to let go, send away, lose
amplus,-a,-um great, spendid
an or, whether
animavertere to observe, notice
ante before, with
antea before this, before, formally
antestare to stand before, be superior to
aperire to open
apertus,-a,-um open
apparere to appear, be evident
appellere to bring to, drive to, put in
apponere to put to, put near, set before, serve
apporto bring to, carry to
appropinquo approach to, approach
apud at, near, among, with, in
arcere to shut off, hinder
arcessere to call, summon, get, bring
arripere to seize
at but
atque and, as, then
attingere to arrive at, reach
audire to hear, listen to
auferre to bear away, carry off
aut or, either
autem moreover, but, however, now
auxiliari to help
avehere to carry away
avetere to turn from, away
beatus,-a,-um happy, blessed
bene well, successfully
beneficium,-i kindness, dervice, benefit
benigne kindly
bonus good
brevis, breve short
cadere to fall
canere to sing
cantus singing, song
capere to take, catch, seize, receive, suffer, adopt, capture
carere to be without, want, lack
carus,-a,-um dear, precious, expensive
cedere to move, depart, go away
cenere to discern, perceive
centesimus,-a,-um hundredth
centum hundred
certus,-a,-um determined, fixed, definite, certain
circa around
circiter about
circum around
circumdare to put around, surround
circumire to go around
cis this side
citerior,-ius nearer, on this side
citra this side
clarus,-a,-um clear, famous, celebrated, renowned
clementia,-ae mercy, kindness
cohortari encourage, exhort
colligere to gather together, collect
comfirmo strengthen, establish, declare, assert
comparere to appear, be visible
comperire to learn, discover, find out
complures,-a several, many
comporto bring together, collect
conari to try, attempt
condere to put together, build, store away
conferre to bring together, grant, confer, collect, contribute
conficere to complete, finish, accomplish, wear out
congredi to meet, come together
coniungere to join together
conloco put, place
conservo preserve, keep
constare to agree, consist
consulere to consult
contra against
convenire come together, assemble, gather
coram in presence of
cottidie daily
credere to believe
creo elect, appoint
crescere to grow, increase
cubare to lie down
cui to,for who,which (m,f,n)
cuius who's,which (m,f,n)
cum with, since, because, while, after, although
cunctus,-a,-um all together, the whole
cupere to desire, wish
cupide eagerly
cur why?
cura,-ae care, concern
currere to run
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