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.abhorreo, - ere, --- 'to shrink back from'2

.abicio, - icere -ieci -iectum, --- 'to throw down 2

.acerbus, - a -um, --- 'sharp 1

.acervus -i m. --- a pile 3

.adeo, adv., --- 'to that point 3

.adhuc, adv. --- 'to this point 1

.adipiscor, -ipisci -eptus, dep. --- 'get 2

.adiungo, -iungere -iunxi -iunctum, --- 'join on 2

.admoneo, -ere -ui -itum, --- 'warn 2

.adolescentia, - ae f. --- 'growing up 2

.adsum, adesse. adfui., --- 'be present 2

.aedes, (aedis.) -is, f., --- 'building 2

.aerarius, -a -um, --- 'made of bronze (coin 3

.aes, aeris., n., --- 'bronze, money,3

.aetas, -atis, f., --- 'age, time of living, human life2

.aeternus, -a -um, --- 'eternal 1

.afficio, ere -feci -fectum --- 'apply 2

.affligo, - ere -xi -flictum --- 'beat 2

.agrestis, -is, m., --- 'countryman'. 3

.aio def. vb. --- say, state that...1

.aliquando, adv. --- 'at some time (whenever) 2

.alo, alere alui altum (or alitum), --- 'nourish 2.

.alternus, -a -um, --- 'one after the other 2

.amentia, -ae, f., --- 'madness'. 3

.amo -are --- love, like 1,

.amor, -oris, m., --- 'love (sexual or fondness) 1

.antea, adv. --- 'before (in time specifically). 1

.antequam adv. --- before, bearlier than....1

.antiquus, -a -um, --- 'old 2

.appareo,. -ere -ui -itum, --- 'appear 3

.arbitro, -are; and arbitror -ari, dep., --- 'judge 2

.argentum, -i, n., --- 'silver (as metal 3

.ars, -tis, f., --- 'skill, technical craft, craft of a painter, poet '1

.aspectus, -us, m., --- 'seeing 2

.assequor, -qui -cutum --- 'follow up 3

.attribuo, -uere -ui -utum, --- 'assign 2

.auctor, -oris, m., --- 'grower, authority, writer (as an authority) '2

.auris, -is, f., --- 'the ear 1

.auspicium,. -i, n., --- 'divination by bird observation 2

.avaritia, -ae (and avarities -ei,) f., --- 'greed 3

.avidus, -a -um, --- 'greedy for, passionate3

.avus,. -i, m., --- 'grandfather 3

.bacchor, -ari, dep. --- 'act like a bacchant 2

.beo, -are, --- 'make happy 3

.bibo, bibere bibi bibitum, --- ' to drink 1

.caedes, -is, f. --- 'slaughter (sacrifice) 2

.caelum, -i, n. --- 'the heavens 1

.campus, -i, m. --- 'field 1

.carcer, -eris, m. --- 'jail 1

.careo, - ere -ui, --- 'be lacking in (abl. object) 1

.carus, -a -um, --- 'dear 2

.celeber, -bris -bre, --- 'crowded 2

.celebro, -are, --- 'throng together 2

.censeo, censere censui censum, --- 'think 1

.certo, -are, --- 'contend for 2

.ceterus, -a -um, --- 'other 1

.civilis, -e, --- 'relating to a Roman citizen' or civis 1

.civis, -is, c., --- 'a (Roman) citizen 1

.clamo, -are, --- 'to shout 2

.clarus, -a -um,, --- 'clear 2

.claudo, claudere clausi clausum., --- 'to close 1

.coerceo, -cere -cui -citum, --- 'to force 2

.coetus, (coitus.) -us, m., --- 'coming together 2

.cogito, -are, --- 'to think 1

.colligo, -ere --- 'bring together 2

.colo, colere colui. cultum., --- 'to live in 1

.colonus, -i, m., --- 'a farmer 3

.color, (colos) -oris, m., --- 'color 1

.comes, -itis, c., --- 'companion 1

.commemoro, -are, --- 'to recall 3

.commendo, -are, --- 'to entrust 2

.comprehendo, -prehendere -prehendi -prehensum and comprendo. -prendere -prendi -prensum, --- 'to sieze 1

.comprimo, -primere -pressi -pressum, --- 'to compress 2

.comprobo, -are, --- 'to approve 2

.conatus, - us, m., --- 'an effort 3

.concido, -cidere -cidi, --- 'to fall 2

.concipio, -cipere -cepi -ceptum, --- 'to conceive (sexually) 2

.concito, -are, --- 'to stir up 2

.concordia, -ae, f., --- 'agreement 2

.condo, -dere -didi -ditum, --- 'to put away (food) 1

.confiteor, -fiteri -fessus sum, dep., --- 'to confess 2

.confligo., - fligere -flixi -flictum, --- 'to smash together 3

.coniunx, (coniux.) -iugis, c., --- ' marriage partner 4

.coniuratio, -onis, f., --- 'conspiracy bound by an oath'. 3

.conscientia -0iae f. --- knowledge of...2

.conscribo, - scribere -scripsi -scriptum, --- 'to write down 3

.conservo, -are, --- 'to preserve 2

.considero, -are, --- 'to consider 2

.consul, -sulis, m., --- 'a consul (two elected top magistrates)',1

.consularis, -e, --- 'consular' 2

.consulatus, -us, m., --- 'consulship'. 3

.contemno -ere -psi --- despise 2

.contentio, -onis, f., --- 'straining 2

.contingo, -tingere -tigi -tactum, --- 'to touch 1

.controversia, -ae, f., --- 'dispute 4

.convivium, -i, n., --- 'banquet 2

.corrumpo, -rumpere -rupi -ruptum, --- 'to ruin 2

.credo, -dere -didi -ditum, --- ' to believe 1

.cresco, crescere crevi. cretum., --- 'to grow 1

.crudelis, -e, adj., --- 'cruel 2

.crudelitas, -atis, f., --- 'cruelty'. 3

.cubile -is n. --- a bed, bedroom 2

.culpa, -ae, f. --- 'blame 1

.cunctus, -a -um, --- 'all 1

.cupiditas, -atis, f. --- 'desire 3

.cupido, -inis f. --- 'longing 1

.cura, -ae, f. --- 'care 1

.curia, -ae, f. --- 'assembly house of the senate 2

.custodia, -ae, f. --- 'a watching-over 2

.custos, -odis, c. --- 'guard 3

.damno, -are, --- 'render a decision in court 1

.decerno, -cernere -crevi -cretum, --- 'distinguish 1

.delecto, -are, --- 'delight 2

.deleo, -lere -levi -letum, --- 'destroy 2

.delubrum, -i, n. --- 'a shrine 5

.demens, -mentis, --- 'crazy 3

.denique, adv. --- 'at last 2

.deposco, -poscere -poposci, --- 'demand strongly request 2

.deprehendo, and deprendo -endere -endi -ensum, --- 'sieze 2

.desidero, -are --- 'desire 1

.desino, -sinere -sii -situm, --- 'leave off 2

.despero, -are, --- 'despair of... 4

.deus, - i, m. --- 'a god; God; a deified Emperor'. See divus.1

.difficilis, -e, --- 'hard to do 2

.dignitas, -atis, f. --- 'worthiness 2

.dignus, -a -um, --- 'worthy 1

.diligentia, -ae, f. --- 'attentiveness 4

.diripio, -ripere -ripui -reptum, --- 'rip apart 2

.disciplina, - ae, f. --- 'training 2

.disco, discere didici, --- 'learn 1

.discrimen, -inis, n. --- 'division 2

.dissensio, -onis, f. --- 'disagreement 3

.dissentio, -sentire -sensi -sensum, --- 'disagree 2

.dissimulo, -are, --- 'conceal 2

.diversus, -a -um, --- 'turned into two or more directions; differing'1

.divinus, -a -um, --- 'divine 1

.doctrina, -ae, f. --- 'teaching 3

.dolor, -oris, n. --- 'pain 2

.domesticus, -a -um, --- 'belonging to the household 2

.domicilium, -i, n. --- 'dwelling 3

.dono, -are, --- 'give as a gift 1

.dubius, - a -um, --- 'uncertain 1

.dulcis, -e, --- 'sweet in taste 1

.ecquis, ecquid, interrog. --- 'is it (true) that? can it be that?'. 3

.effero -ferre =tuli --- carry out, away 3

.effugio, -fugere -fugi -fugitum, --- 'flee 2

.egeo, -ere -ui, --- 'to lack 2

.egestas, -atis, f. --- 'poverty 3

.eicio, - icere -ieci -iectum, --- 'to hurl out 2

.emitto, -mittere -misi -missum, --- 'send out, dispatch, 1

.erga, prep. with acc. --- 'toward 3

.ergo, adv. --- 'therefore, then, well then..., '1

.erro, -are, --- 'wander 1

.erudio, -ire, --- 'teach 2

.erumpo, -rumpere -rupi -ruptum, --- 'burst forth 2

.etenim, adv. --- 'for indeed'. 3

.everto -ere --- turn over2

.exaudio, -ire, --- 'hear 2

.excello, -ere, --- 'stand out 3

.excido, -cidere -cidi, --- 'fall out, drop away3

.excito, -are, --- 'make to rise up 2

.exemplum, -i, n. --- 'a sample 2

.exerceo, -ere -ui -iyum, --- 'exercise 2

.exhaurio, -haurire -hausi -haustum, --- 'drink up 2

.exiguus, -a -um, --- 'scanty 2

.eximius, -a -um, --- 'excepted 5

.exitium, -i, n. --- 'death and destruction'. 2

.exitus -us m. --- exit, way out 2

.expeto, -ere -ii and -ivi -itum, --- 'request 2

.expono, -ponere -posui -positum, --- 'set out 1

.exsilium, (exilium) -i, n. --- 'exile 2

.exsisto, (existo) -sistere -stiti -stitum, --- 'stand forth 2

.exstinguo, -stinguere -stinxi -stinctum, --- 'extinguish (fire) 2

.exsul, (exul) -sulis, c. --- 'an exile'. 2

.exsulto -are --- rejoice2

.externus, -a -um, --- 'external 3

.exterus, -a -um --- 'on the ouside 1

.extra, adv. --- 'outside 2

.facinus, -oris, n. --- 'any deed 3

.fallo, fallere fefelli falsum, --- 'deceive 2

.fama, -ae, f. --- 'talk 1

.fames, -is, f. --- 'hunger 5

.familia, -ae, --- 'a household 1

.fatalis, -e, --- 'fate-ful 5

.fateor, fateri, fassus, dep., --- 'admit 2

.fatum, -i, m. --- '"that which is said" 1

.fauces, -ium (pl. only), --- 'mouth 1

.fax, -cis f. --- 'torch 1

.felicitas, -atis, f. --- 'good luck 2

.femina, -ae, f. --- 'woman 1

.ferrum, -i, n. --- 'iron/steel 1

.flamma, -ae, f. --- 'flame 1

.flos, floris m. --- 'flower 1

.focus, -i, m. --- 'hearth 2

.foedus, -a -um, --- 'foul 2

.formido, -inis, f. --- 'fear 2

.fors, n. sg. (abl. forte "by chance") --- 'chance 1

.fortunatus, -a -um, --- 'fortunate 2

.forum, -i, n. --- 'marketplace 1

.frequens, -entis, --- 'closely packed 2

.fretus, -a -um, --- 'relying on 3

.frigus, -oris, n. --- 'the cold 2

.fructus, -us, m. --- 'fruit 1

.fruor, frui fructus and fruitus, dep. (abl. object.), --- 'enjoy 2

.fungor, fungi functus, dep. --- 'do 2

.furo, -ere, --- 'be insane 3

.furor, -oris, m. --- 'madness 1

.gens -ntis f. --- 'family 2

.gladiator, -oris, m. --- 'sword fighter in shows 3

.gloria, -ae, f. --- 'praise 2

.gravitas, -atis, f. --- 'heaviness 1

.grex, gregis, --- 'herd 2

.hodie, --- 'today 1

.hodiernus, -a -um, --- 'of today'. 4

.honestus -a -um --- decent,. honest3

.honor, -oris, m. --- 'honor 1

.humanitas, -atis, f. --- 'human nature 3

.humanus, -a -um, --- 'human (i.e. not divine)'. 1

.iaceo -ere --- lie, lay 1

.iacto, -are --- 'hurl 2

.igitur, adv. --- 'therefore, thereupon, then; so then... ; and so... 1

.ignoro, -are --- 'not know 3

.illustro, -are --- 'shed light on 3

.imago, -inis f. --- 'image 1

.immineo, -ere -ui --- ' overhang 1

.immo, adv. --- 'on the other hand 1

.impendeo, -ere --- 'hang over 2

.imperator, -oris m. --- 'general (under the Republic) 1

.improbus, -a -um --- 'incorrect 2

.incendium, -ii n. --- 'fire (in a town) 1

.indicium, -ii n. --- 'an act of revealing 1

.indico, -are --- 'proclaim 1

.indico, -ere -dixi -dictum --- 'appoint 2

.infestus, -a -um --- ' hostile 1

.ingenium, -ii n. --- 'born in qualities of) character 1

.ingredior, -i -ssum --- 'walk forwards 1 cf. gradus.

.inquam, (def. verb.) inquivi --- 'say 1

.intereo, -ire -ivi -item --- '(go between the two worlds=) die 1

.interior, -oris --- 'inner 1

.interitio, -onis f. --- 'death 2

.interitus, = interitio. 3

.intersum, -esse =fui --- ' be between 1

.intus, adv. --- 'on the inside 1

.invenio, -venire -veni -ventum, --- 'come upon 1

.irascor, -i, dep. --- 'become (be) angry'. 3

.iste ista istsud pron. --- that one over there 1

.iucundus, -a -um, --- 'pleasant 1

.iudex, -icis, m. --- 'judge (1

.iudicium, -ii n. --- 'judgment 1

.iussus, -us, f. (used only in abl. sing. iussu) --- 'by order of... 1

.iustus, -a -um, --- 'approved by law 1

.laedo, laedere laesi laesum, --- 'harm 2

.laetitia, -ae, f. --- 'joy 2

.laetor, -ari, dep. --- 'be joyful'. 2

.látro -are --- bark, yap 3

.laudo, -are, --- 'praise 1

.laus, laudis, f. --- 'praise 1

.lego, legere legi lectum, --- 'pick 1

.lenis, - e, --- 'mild 1

.lenitas, -atis, f. and lenitudo -inis, f. --- 'smoothness 3

.levo, -are, --- 'lift up 2

.lex, legis, f. --- 'Law; the law, legal process,1

.liber, -bri, m. --- '(originally) bark 1

.libero, -are, --- 'free 1

.libet, (lubet) -bere -buit or -bitum est, impers., --- 'it is pleasing 2

.libido, (lubido) inis, f. --- 'lust 2

.locuples, -pletis, --- 'rich (in land = locus) 2

.ludus, -i, m. --- 'play 1

.malo, malle malui, --- 'prefer 1

.malus, -a -um, --- 'bad, evil, harmful, hostile',1

.manifestus, -a -um, --- 'caught in the act 2

.mano, -are, --- 'drip 1

.mediocris, -e, --- 'of middle size 2

.memini, -isse, defect. verb in perf. only, --- 'remember 1

.mens, mentis, f. --- 'mind 1

.metuo, -uere -ui -utum, --- 'be afraid 1

.metus, -us, m. --- 'fear 2

.meus, -a -um, --- 'mine 1

.militia, -ae, f. --- 'active service 1

.miror, -ari, dep. --- 'wonder at 2

.misceo, miscere miscui mixtum, --- 'mix 1

.miser, -era -erum, --- 'poor 1

.mitis -e --- 'mild 3

.moenia, -ium, n. pl. --- 'walls of a town 3

.molior, -iri, dep. --- 'labor 1

.monumentum, (monimentum) -i, n. --- 'anything remarkable 1

.morior, mori mortuus; fut. act. ppl. moriturus;dep. --- 'die 1

.municipium, -i, n. --- 'self-ruling township in Italy 2

.muto, -are, --- 'change 1

.navalis, -e --- 'naval 2

.ne, enclitic part. --- "(asks a question...)" 2

.necesse indecl. --- necessary 1

.nefarius, -a -um, --- 'wicked 3

.nego, -are, --- 'say that not 1

.nimis, --- 'too much 1

.nimius, -a -um, --- 'too great 2

.nix, nivis, f. --- 'snow'. 4

.nocturnus -a -um --- in the night 3

.nomino, -are, --- 'call by a name 2

.nudus, -a -um, --- 'naked 1

.num, interrog. --- 'it isn't, is it?; you couldn't say no, could you?'.1

.numquam, conj. --- 'never 1

.nunc, adv. --- 'now 1

.nuper, --- 'recently 2

.obeo, -ire -ivi and -ii -itum, --- 'go up to 1

.obliviscor, oblivisci oblitus, dep. --- 'to forget'. 1

.obscurus -a -um --- obscure 1

.obsideo, -sidere -sedi -sessum, --- blockade, beseige'1

.oculus, -i, m. --- 'eye 1

.odi, odisse, perfect forms only --- 'hate 1

.odium, -i, n. --- 'hate 1

.offero, offerre obtuli oblatum, --- 'put in a place 1

.omitto, -mittere -misi -missum, --- 'let go 1

.opinor, -ari, dep. --- 'think 2

.oppono, -ponere -posui -positum, --- 'put up opposite to 1

.ops, opis, f. --- 'power 1

.opto, -are, --- 'wish desire 1

.ora, -ae, f. --- 'edge of... 1

.orbis, -is, m. --- 'circle 1

.ornamentum, -i, n. --- 'adornment 1

.orno, -are, --- 'prepare 1

.ortus, -us, m. --- 'rising (of stars) 2

.os, ossis, n. --- 'a bone 1

.ós, oris, n. --- 'mouth 1

.ostium, -i, n. --- 'doorway 2

.otium, -i, n. --- 'leisure 1

.paciscor, pacisci pactus, dep. and pacisco -ere, --- 'negotiate 4

.palam, adv. --- 'openly 1

.pareo, -ere, --- ' obey / appear2

.paries, -etis, m. --- 'wall 3

.pario, parere peperi partum, --- 'give birth 1

.patefacio, -facere -feci -factum; pass. patefio -fieri -factus sum, --- 'lay open 1

.patrius, -a -um, --- 'of a father 2

.pecunia, -ae, f. --- 'farm animals (pecus) 1

.penitus, -a -um, --- 'inward 3

.percipio, -cipere -cepi -ceptum, --- 'take 1

.perdo, -dere -didi -ditum, --- 'destroy 2

.pereo, -ire -ii and -ivi -itum, --- 'pass through 1

.periculosus, -a -um, --- 'dangerous 2

.permaneo, -manere -mansi -mansum, --- 'remain 2

.pernicies, -ei, --- 'harm 3

.persequor, -sequi -secutus, dep. --- 'follow 1

.pertimesco, -ere -ui, --- 'be very much afraid'. 3

.pestis -is f, --- plague1

.placeo, -ere -ui and -itus sum, -itum, --- 'please 1

.plebes, -ei and -i, f. --- = plebs. 2

.plebs -bis --- the people 2

.plenus, -a -um, --- 'full 1

.poena, -ae, f. --- 'punishment 1

.poeta, -ae, m. --- 'a poet 3

.popularis, -e, --- 'belonging to the people 1

.possessio, -onis, f. --- 'possession (legal) 2

.potis, f. potis, neut pote. --- ('able 2.

.prae, adv. --- 'in front of 1

.praecipio, -cipere -cepi -ceptum, --- 'take first 2

.praecipuus, -a -um, --- 'exceeding 2

.praedico, -are, --- 'proclaim 1

.praedíco, -dicere -dixi -dictum, --- 'predict 1 s

.praedo, -onis, m. --- 'a robber'. 3

.praetereo -ire --- pass by or over 1

.praetermitto, -mittere -misi -missum, --- 'carry past 2

.praetor, -oris, m. --- '(he who is in front =) leader 1

.pridem, adv --- 'long ago 2

.principium, -i, n. --- 'origin 1

.procul, adv. --- 'at a distance 1

.prodo, -dere -didi -ditum, --- '(give forth =) hand over; betray1

.profecto, adv. --- 'to be sure 2

.profero, -ferre -tuli -latum, --- 'bring forth, display1

.profiteor, -fiteri -fessus, dep. --- 'state 2

.proprius, -a -um, --- 'one's own 1

.prospicio, -spicere -spexi -spectum, --- 'look out ahead 2

.prosum, prodesse profui, --- '(be ready at hand) 1

.providentia, -ae, f. --- 'foresight 3

.prudentia, -ae, f. --- 'foresight 3

.pudeo, -ere, --- 'to be ashamed' 3 rd pers. impersonal,"pudet" --- 'it shames, fills with shame',. 1

.pudet --- see pudeo

.pudor -oris --- shame 2

.pulcher, pulchra pulchrum, and pulcer -cra -crum, --- 'beautiful 1

.quaestus, -us, m. --- 'business 2

.qualis, -e, --- 'of what sort (nature 1

.quamquam, (quanquam), --- 'although 1

.quando, --- 'at what time? when? when'. 1

.quasi adv. --- as if 1

.quies, -etis, f. --- 'sleep 1

.quiesco, -escere -evi -etum, --- 'go to sleep 1

.quisquis, quaequae quidquid (quicquid), and adj. quodquod, --- 'whoever 2

.quondam, --- 'once 1

.quot, indecl., --- 'how many? so many!'. 1

.quotiens adv. --- hoq many times 2

.recordor, -ari, dep. --- 'call to memory 2

.refert, fixed form, vb. --- 'i5t is in the interest of.... ' 3

.regius -a -um --- roy al 2

.regno, -are, --- 'rule like a king 1

.rego, regere rexi rectum, --- 'rule like a king 1

.religio, (relligio) -onis, f. --- 'a sense of awe 2

.repente, adv. --- 'suddenly' 2

.repeto -ere --- search for again 2

.reprimo, -ere - --- 'press back 3

.repudio, -are --- 'reject 3

.requiro, -quirere -quisii and quisivi -quisitum, --- 'seek 2

.resto, -stare -stiti, --- 'stay there 1

.retardo, -are, --- 'hinder 2

.revoco, -are, --- 'call up to come back 1

.saevus, -a -um --- 'fierce 2

.salvus, -a -um, --- 'safe 2

.sancio, sancire sanxi sanctum (sancitum), --- '(sanctify =) confirm 2

.sanguis, -inis, m. and sanguen, n. --- 'blood 1

.sano, -are, --- 'heal 2

.sanus, -a -um, --- 'healthy 2

.sapio, sapere (sapivi or) sapii, --- a) be intelligent 1

.scelero, -are, --- 'defile 5

.scelus, -eris, n. --- 'crime 1

.scientia, -ae, f. --- 'knowing 1

.scilicet, vb. as adv. --- 'evidently 1

.scribo, scribere scripsi scriptum, --- 'write 1

.secerno, -cernere -crevi -cretum, --- 'remove 2

.securis, -is, f. --- 'axe 2

.sedes. -is f. --- 'seat 2

.semen, -inis, n. --- 'seed (of plants) 1

.semper, adv. --- 'always'. 1

.senatus - us m. --- senate1

.senectus, -utis, f. --- 'old age'. 2

.senex -icis m. --- old man1

.sensus, -us, m. --- 'sensation 1

.sepelio, -pelire -pelivi and -pelii, -pultum, --- 'bury 1

.sermo, -onis, m. --- 'speech 3

.sero, -ere serui sertum --- 'weave together 3

.serus, -a -um, --- 'late 1

.servio, -ire, --- 'serve 1

.servo, -are, --- 'to watch over 1

.servus, -i, m. --- 'a slave'. 1

.severitas -tatis f. --- strictness 2

.severus, -a -um --- 'severe, stern, strict'1

.silentium, -i, n. --- 'silence '. 1

.sileo -ere --- be silent 1

.similis, -e, --- 'like, similar to, appearing like...'1

.simplex, -icis, --- 'single 1

.simulacrum, -i, n. --- 'a likeness 2

.simulo, -are, --- 'pretend 2

.singularis, -e, --- 'single 2

.sino, sinere sivi situm, --- 'leave alone 1

.sitis, -is, f. --- 'thirst 2

.soleo, solere solitus sum, (semi deponent) --- 'be accustomed to... 1

.sollicito, -are, --- 'disturb 2

.sonus, -i, m. --- 'sound 2

.spiritus, -us, m. --- 'breathing 1

.spolio, -are, --- 'to strip 2

.sto, stare steti statum, --- 'stand 1

.stuprum, -i, n. --- 'dirty and illegal (sexual) conduct 2

.suadeo, suadere suasi suasum, --- 'persuade 1

.supplicatio, -onis f. --- 'public prayer in thanks 3

.supplicium, -i n. --- a) 'public thanksgiving 1

.tabula, -ae f. (cf. tabella) --- 'a board 2

.taceo, -ere -ui -itum --- 'be silent, be quiet1

.talis, -is --- 'of such a kind, like, similar to.'1

.tametsi, adv. --- 'nevertheless 1

.tamquam, adv. --- 'just as 1

.tango, -gere -tetigi -tactum --- 'touch 1

.tardo, -are --- 'make slow 3

.tego, -ere -exi -ectum --- 'cover 1

.templum, -i n. --- 'a temple,'1

.tenebrae, -arum, f. plur. only --- ' shadows 1

.tenuis, -is --- ' thin 1

.terror, -oris m. --- 'fear 1

.testimonium, -i n. --- 'testimony 5

.testis, -s m. --- 'a witness 3

.togatus, -a -um --- 'wearing the toga 2

.tot, adv. --- 'so many' 1

.totiens adv. (=toties) --- 'so many times 2

.transmitto, -ere -si -ssum --- 'send across 2

.tribuo, -ere -ui --- 'share 2

.triumpho, -are --- 'to have a Roman military triumphal 3

.triumphus, -i m. --- 'a Roman triumphal procession 2

.trucido, -are --- 'slaughter 3

.tu, tui tibi te --- 'you (sg.)' See vos (pl.). 1

.tueor -i dep. --- behold1

.tumultus, -us m. --- ' commotion 2

.turpis, -e --- 'ugly 2

.tuus, -a -um --- 'yours' 1

.umquam adv --- ever 1

.universus, -a -um --- 'all together; universal'3

.urbanus, -a -um --- 'of a city 2

.urbs, (pron. urps) -bis f. --- 'city 1

.usque, adv. --- 'up to 2

.utilitas, -tatis f. --- 'usefulness' 4

.utinam adv. --- would that....1

.uxor, -ris f. --- 'wife' a married woman' 2

.vado, -ere --- 'go forward, advance; proceed' (2

.varietas, -tatis f. --- 'diversity 3

.vectigal, -alis n. --- 'tax 2

.vehemens, -ntis --- 'furious 2

.venenum, -i n. --- 'poison 1

.veneo, -ire -ii -itum --- ' be on sale 3

.veneror, -ari --- 'worship 3

.venia, -iae f. --- favor 1

.versus, -us m. --- 'a turning 2

.vester, -tra -trum --- 'yours, belonging to you (pl.)'1

.vicesimus, -a -um --- 'twentieth'3

.vicinus -a -um --- neighbor2

.videlicet, adv. conj. = videre + licet --- 'apparently'. 1

.vigilo are --- be awake2

.vinculum, -i n. --- 'a rope 1

.vindico, -are --- ' make a legal claim 3

.vinum, -i n. --- 'wine'. 1

.violo -are --- violate3

.virgo, -inis f. --- 'a maiden 1

.vita, -ae f, --- 'life 1

.vitium, -i n. --- 'a fault, flaw, defect;1

.vito, -are --- 'avoid 2

.vivo, vivere vixi victum --- 'live; be living,. '1

.vivus, -a -um --- ' living 1

.voco, -are --- call, summon up' (1

.vultus, -us m. --- 'expression 1

William Harris
Prof. Em. Middlebury College
www.middlebury.edu/~harris