Dictionary GHI

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LATIN-ENGLISH VOCABULARY (but without many nouns)
G, H & I
gerere to wear, carry on, do
gignere to produce, bring forth
gratia,-ae favor, gratitude, thank
habere to have, hold, consider
hac in,by,with,from this (f); these (f)
haec this, she; these (&D.O.) (n)
hanc this (D.O.) (f)
harum of these (f)
has these (D.O.) (f)
haud not at all, by no means
hi these (m)
hic here, this, he
hinc from this place or time, hence
his to,for,in,by,with,from these (m,f,n)
hoc in,by,with,from this (m,n); this, it (&D.O.)
hodie today
hortari to encourage, urge
horum of these (m,n)
hos these (D.O.) (m)
huc to this place, hither
huic to,for this (m,f,n)
huius of this (m,f,n)
hunc this (D.O.) (m)
i them (m)
iam now, already, soon
ibi there
ibidem in the same place
id this,that,it (&D.O.)
idem the same (m,n), (&D.O.) (n)
igitur therefore
illa that,she, in,by,with,from that,her, those (&D.O.) (n)
illae those (f)
illam that (D.O.) (f)
illarum of those (f)
illas those (D.O.) (f)
ille that, he
illi to,for that (m,f,n), those (m)
illic in that place
illie in that place
illis to,for,in,by,with,from those (m,f,n)
illius of that (m,f,n)
illo in,by,with,from that (m,n)
illorum of those (m,n)
illos those (D.O.) (m)
illud that,it (&D.O.)
illum that (D.O.) (m)
immittere to let in, send in
immo on the contrary
impedire to hinder, prevent
impellere to drive on, urge on
imponere to place upon, impose, embark
imus we go
in in, into, to, upon, towards
incedere to move in, approach
incidere to fall into,upon
includere to inclose, imprison
inde from that place, thence
indere to give to
inducere to lead in, move, excite
inferre to bring in,against, inflict, produce
infra below
ingredi to go into, enter
inicere to throw in,upon, cause, inspire
inire to go into, enter, adopt
inspicere to look into,upon
instituere to decide upon, determine
inter among
interdum sometimes
interea meanwhile
interim meanwhile
intra within, outside, into, inside
intro go into, enter
introire to go inside
ipsa herself, in.by,with,from herself; themselves (&D.O.) (n)
ipsae themselves (f)
ipsam herself (D.O.)
ipsarum of themselves (f)
ipsas themselves (D.O.) (f)
ipse himself
ipsi to,for himself,herself,itself; themselves
ipsis to,for,in,by,with,from themselves (m,f,n)
ipsius of himself,herself,itself
ipso in,by,with,from himself, itself
ipsorum of themselves (m,n)
ipsos themselves (D.O.) (m)
ipsum himself (D.O.), itself (&D.O.)
ire to go
is you go;this, that, he; to,for,in,by,with,from theirs (f)
ista that of yours,hers, that
iste that of yours,his, that
istic there, in that place
istud that of yours,its, that
it he,she,it go
ita thus, so, in this manner
itaque and so, therefore, accordingly
iterum again
itis you go (pl)
iuxta near

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