Dictionary LMN

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LATIN-ENGLISH VOCABULARY (but without many nouns)
L, M & N
latus to bear, bring, say
legere to read
levis light, slight
locus,-i place, situation
longe far
lugere to mourn, lament
magis more, rather
magnus,-a,-um large
maior larger
maius larger
male badly, ill, wrongly
malle to prefer, wish
malo I prefer
malus bad
manere to remain
maximus,-a,-um largest
me myself,me (D.O.); in,by,with,from myself,me
mei of myself,me
melior better
melius better
meritus,-a,-um deserved, due, just
meus my
mihi to,for myself,me
mille thousand
minime least, by no means, not at all
minimus,-a,-um smallest
minor smaller
minus less, smaller
mittere to let go, send
modo only, just now, lately
monere to warn, advise
mox soon, then, afterwards, presently
multus,-a,-um much, great
nam for
namque for
nancisci to get, obtain, find
ne not, that not
nec and not, nor
necesse necessary
neminem no one, nobody
nemo to,for no one
neque and not, nor
nescire to not know, be ignorant
neu or not, and not
neuter,-ra,-rum neither
neve or not, and not, nor
nihil nothing
nisi if not, unless, except
nobis to,for,in,by,with,from us
nolle to not wish, not be willing
nolo I don't wish, not willing
non not
nonagesimus,-a,-um ninetieth
nonaginta ninety
nondum not yet
nongenti nine hundred
nonne not?
nonus,-a,-um ninth
nos we (&D.O.)
noster our
nostrum,-tri of us
novem nine
novissime lately, for the last time
novus,-a,-um new
nullus not any, none, no
num whether (neg.)
numquam never
nunc now
nuper newly, lately, recently
nusquam nowhere

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