Dictionary DEF

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LATIN-ENGLISH VOCABULARY (but without many nouns)
D, E & F
dare to give
de from, about, concerning, of, over, according to
debere to owe, ought
decedere go from,away, depart
decem ten
decernere to decree, decide
decidere to fall down
decimus,-a,-um tenth
decipire to catch, deceive, beguile
dedere to give away, give up
deducere to lead away,down, bring
deferre to carry away, report
deficere fail
deicere to throw down
dein then, next
deinde then, next
delabi to fall down
delego send, refer
delere to destroy
deligere to choose, select
delinquere to transgress
demigro depart, emigrate
demittere to send down, let fall
demonstro point out, make known
demum at last
denarrare to tell, relate
denique finally
densus,-a,-um thick
denuo again
deploro lament
deponere to put down, lay aside, deposit, give up
deporto carry away, bring off
deprecatio prayer, deprecation
descenere descend
desiderium desire, longing
desinere to cease
desistere to cease
despero despair
despicere to disdain
desuper down from above
deus,-i god
devertere to turn away,aside
dicere to speak, say, tell
dies,-i day
difidere to despair
difugere to scatter
difundere to diffuse
dignus,-a,-um worthy, deserving
diligenter carefully, diligently
discedere to go apart, withdraw
discere to learn
disicere to scatter
dispertire to distribute, divide
displicere to displease
dissentire to differ, disagree
dissolutus,-a,-um careless, licentious
diu for a long time, long while
divellere to tear apart
diversus,-a,-um opposite, contrary, different
dives rich
dividere to divide, separate
divus,-a,-um divine
docere to teach, explain
doctrina,-ae learning
dominus,-i master
dubius,-a,-um doubtful, uncertain
ducenti two hundred
ducere to lead, draw, bring, make, consider
dum while, until, as long as
duo mille two thousand
duo,-ae two
duodecim twelve
duodecimus,-a,-um twelfth
duodevicesimus,-a,-um eighteenth
duodeviginti eighteen
durus,-a,-um harsh, severe, obstinate
e out of
ea this,that, she; in,by,with,from her; they; them (D.O.)
eadem the same (f)
eae them (f)
eam her (D.O.)
eandem the same (D.O.) (f)
earum theirs (f)
eas theirs (D.O.) (f)
edere to put forth, give out, utter, raise up
educere to lead out, draw
efficere to effect, accomplish
ego I
egredi to go out, go forth
egregius,-a,-um distinguished, illustrious
ei to,for him,her,it; them (m)
eidem to,for the same (m,f,n)
eis to,for,in,by,with,from theirs (f)
eius his,hers,its
eiusdem of the same (m,f,n)
emittere to send out
enim for
enuntio speak out, announce, make known
eo I go; in,by,with,from him,it; to that place
eodem in,by,with,from the same (m,n)
eorum theirs (m,n)
eos them (D.O.) (m)
equidem indeed
eram I was
eramus we were
erant they were
eras you were
erat he, she, it was
eratis you were (pl)
erga toward, for
ergo therefore
erimus we shall be
eris you will be
erit he, she, it will be
eritis you will be (pl)
ero I shall be
erro wander, stray, be mistaken
erunt they will be
es you are
esse to be
est he, she, it is
estis you are (pl)
et and
etiam also, too, even, and now
etsi even if, although
eum him (D.O.)
eundem the same (D.O.) (m)
eunt they go
evadere to go forth, escape
evenire to come out, turn out, happen
evoco call out, challenge, summon
ex out of
excedere to go out, go forth, depart
excipere to take out, take up, receive, welcome
excludere to shut out, hinder, prevent
exigere to drive out, demand
exiguus,-a,-um small, slight
exire to go out
exitus end, exit
exoriri to arise from, spring up, rise
exosculari to praise greatly, approve
expavescere to fear greatly
expecto look out for, await, expect
expellere to drive out, expel
expio expiate, atone for
exponere to put out, set forth
exsistere to appear, stand out
extra outside of
extrahere to draw out, release, rescue
extremus,-a,-um last, extreme, furthest, end of
exuere to put off, take off
exversus towards
facere to do, make, cause
facile easily
fallere to deceive
feliciter happily, fortunately, successfully
felix lucky, fortunate
fere nearly, almost, about
ferme nearly, about
fero I bear, bring, say
ferre to bear, bring, say
fessus,-a,-um worn out, exhausted
festivus,-a,-um festive, jovial
fidere to trust, confide in
fieri to be made, become
finis end, boundary, territory, country
finitimus,-a,-um adjoining, adjacent
fio I made, became
flere to lament
florere to flourish, be prosperous
foras, -is forth, out, outside
fore to be about to be
fortasse perhaps
forte brave, strong
fortis brave, strong
fueram I had been
fueramus we had been
fuerant they had been
fueras you had been
fuerat he, she, it had been
fueratis you had been (pl)
fuere they were
fuerimus we shall have been
fuerint they will have been
fueris you will have been
fuerit he, she, it will have been
fueritis you will have been (pl)
fuero I shall have been
fuerunt they were
fugere flee, run away
fui I was
fuimus we were
fuisse to have been
fuisti you were
fuistis you were
fuit he, she, it was
futurus esse to be about to be
futurus,-a,-um going, about to be

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