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LATIN-ENGLISH VOCABULARY (but without many nouns)
O, P, Q & R
ob on account of, for
obsequi to comply with, yield to
obtinere to hold, obtain
obtulit see
obviam towards, against, to meet
octavus,-a,-um eighth
octingenti eight hundred
octo eight
octogesimus,-a,-um eightieth
octoginta eighty
offerre to bear to, offer
omittere to let go, neglect, disregard, lose
omnino altogether, wholly, entirely, at all
omnis,-e all, every
optimus,-a,-um best
paene almost
par,-is equal, like
parvus,-a,-um small, little
pauci,-ae,-a few
paulum a little, somewhat
peior worse
peius worse
penes in the power
per through, by, by means of, throughout
pessimus,-a,-um worst
pius,-a,-um just, kind
plures,-a more, many, several
plus more
pone behind
poscere to ask, demand
posse can, be able
posses theirs (m)
possum I can, am able
possumus we can, are able
possunt they can, are able
post after, later
postea after this, afterwards
posteaquam after, after that
posthac after this, hereafter
postquam later than, after, when
postremus,-a,-um last
poteram I was able, could
poteramus we were able, could
poterant they were able, could
poteras you were able, could
poterat he,she,it was able, could
poteratis you were able, could (pl)
poterimus we shall be able
poteris you shall be able
poterit he,she,it shall be able
poteritis you shall be able (pl)
potero I shall be able
poterunt they shall be able
potes you can, are able
potest he,she,it can, are able
potestis you can, are able (pl)
potius rather, preferably
potui I could, was able
prae in comparison with, before
praestare to stand before, preside over, command
praeter beyond, past, by, besides, except, above
praeterea besides
primus,-a,-um first
prior,-us former, before, previous
pro in front of, for, before, as, instead of
procul far
prodesse to profit, assist
profecto indeed, surely, assuredly
proferre to bring forth, raise, extend
profui profited, assisted
proinde in like manner
prope near
propere quickly
proponere to put before, offer, say
propter on account of, because of
prorsus certainly, truly, straightway
prospicere to look out
prosum I profit, assist
proximus,-a,-um nearest, next
qua in which place, where, wherefore, therefore; in,by,with,from who,which (f)
quadragesimus fortieth
quadraginta forty
quadringenti four hundred
quae who(&?),which (f); whom,which (f,n), (D.O.) (n)
quaecumque whoever, whatever (f)
quaedam a certain (f)
quaepiam some, someone, something (f)
quaerere to seek, ask, inquire
qualis,-e of what sort?
quam how?, as, than; who,which (D.O.) (f)
quamquam although
quando when
quantum how much?, how?
quare wherefore, whereby, why
quartus decimus,-a,-um fourteenth
quartus,-a,-um fourth
quarum of whom,which (f)
quas whom,which (D.O.) (f)
quasi as if, as it were
quattuor four
quattuordecim fourteen
quem who,which (D.O.) (m)
qui how?, whoever; who, which, whom (m)
quia because
quibus to,for,in,by,with,from whom,which (m,f,n)
quicquam anyone, anything
quicumque whoever, whatever (m)
quid who? (n), any,some,-one,-body,-thing
quidam a certain (m)
quiddam a certain (n)
quidem in fact, indeed, certainly
quidpiam some, someone, something (n)
quidque each
quin that...not, but not, but, that
quindecim fifteen
quingenti five hundred
quinquagesimus,-a,-um fiftieth
quinquaginta fifty
quinque five
quintus decimus,-a,-um fifteenth
quintus,-a,-um fifth
quis who? (m), any,some,-one,-body,-thing
quispiam some, someone, something (m)
quisquam anyone, anything (m)
quisque each
quo to what?, to where?; in,by,with,from who,which (m,n)
quoad as long as
quod that, in that, because; who,which (&D.O.) (n)
quodcumque whoever, whatever (n)
quondam once upon a time, formally, once
quoniam since
quoque also, too
quorum of whom,which (m,n)
quos whom,which (D.O.) (m)
quotannis annually
quotiens as often as
quque wherefore, whereby, why
re-,-d- again, back, against
repente suddenly
res,-i thing
retro backwards
rursus again

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