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NOUNS
1st Declension

2nd Declension
Nom. and Acc. Sing.
ager, agrum, m., eld
amcus, amcum, m., friend
cibus, cibum, m., food
hortus, hortum, m., garden
lupus, lupum, m., wolf
molestus, molestum, m., pest
nntius, nntium, m.,
messenger
puer, puerum, m., boy
rmus, rmum, m., branch
rvus, rvum, m., stream
servus, servum, m., slave
vir, virum, m., man

3rd Declension
Nom. and Acc. Sing.
aests, aesttem, f., summer

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ADJECTIVES
Masc. and Fem.
Nom. Sing.
alter, altera, second, one (of two),
the other (of two), another
Britannicus, Britannica, British
calidus, calida, warm
dfessus, dfessa, tired
frgidus, frgida, cool, cold
ignvus, ignva, cowardly, lazy
nrmus, nrma, weak, shaky
rtus, rta, angry
laetus, laeta, happy, glad
magnus, magna, big, great,
large, loud (voice, laugh)
meus, mea, my
molestus, molesta,
troublesome, annoying
mult, multae, many
occuptus, occupta, busy
perterritus, perterrita,
frightened, terried
Rmnus, Rmna, Roman
salvus, salva, safe
sollicitus, sollicita, anxious,
worried
slus, sla, alone

strnuus, strnua, active,


energetic
temerrius, temerria, rash,
reckless, bold
vcnus, vcna, neighboring,
adjacent

PERSONAL
PRONOUNS
es, them (fem.)
ego, I
eius, his, her(s)
es, them (masc.)
eum, him
m, me
t, you (acc.)
t, you (nom.)

ADVERBS
adhc, still
etiam, also, even
frtim, stealthily
hodi, today
iam, now
ibi, there (location)
Ita vr! Yes! Indeed!
lent, slowly
Minim! No! Not at all!
mox, soon, presently
nn, not
nndum, not yet
nn iam, no longer
nunc, now
quoque, also
saepe, often
semper, always
statim, immediately
strnu, strenuously, hard
subit, suddenly

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Nom. and Acc. Sing.


amca, amcam, f., friend
ancilla, ancillam, f.,
slave-woman
aqua, aquam, f., water
epistula, epistulam, f., letter
fmina, fminam, f., woman
Italia, Italiam, f., Italy
lna, lnam, f., wool
pictra, pictram, f., picture
piscna, piscnam, f., shpond
puella, puellam, f., girl
Rma, Rmam, f., Rome
silva, silvam, f., woods, forest
statua, statuam, f., statue
vlla, vllam, f., country house
vlla rstica, vllam rsticam,
f., country house and farm

arbor, arborem, f., tree


clmor, clmrem, m., shout,
shouting
fragor, fragrem, m., crash,
noise, din
mter, mtrem, f., mother
pater, patrem, m., father
prnceps, prncipem, m.,
emperor
sentor, sentrem, m.,
senator
urbs, urbem, f., city
vx, vcem, f., voice

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tamen, however
tandem, at last, at length
tum, at that moment, then

CONJUNCTIONS
dum, while, as long as
et, and
igitur, therefore
neque, and . . . not
neque . . . neque, neither . . . nor
quod, because
sed, but
s, if
ubi, when, where

VERBS

docet, docent: docre, to


teach
lcet: lcre, it is light, it is
day
respondet, respondent:
respondre, to reply
rdet, rdent: rdre, to laugh,
smile
sedet, sedent: sedre, to sit
terret, terrent: terrre, to
frighten, terrify
timet, timent: timre, to fear,
be afraid
videt, vident: vidre, to see

adiuvat, adiuvant: adiuvre,


to help
amat, amant: amre, to like, love
ambulat, ambulant:
ambulre, to walk
appropinquat,
appropinquant:
appropinqure + ad + acc.,
to approach, come near (to)
clmat, clmant: clmre, to
shout
crat, crant: crre, to look
after, take care of
errat, errant: errre, to
wander
habitat, habitant: habitre, to
live, dwell
labrat, labrant: labrre,
to work
observat, observant:
observre, to watch
parat, parant: parre, to
prepare, get ready
portat, portant: portre, to
carry

ascendit, ascendunt:
ascendere, to climb, climb
into (a carriage)
cadit, cadunt: cadere, to fall
cnsulit, cnsulunt:
cnsulere, to consult
coquit, coquunt: coquere, to
cook
currit, currunt: currere, to
run
dscendit, dscendunt:
dscendere, to come/go
down, climb down
dcit, dcunt: dcere, to lead,
take, bring
gemit, gemunt: gemere, to
groan
legit, legunt: legere, to read
petit, petunt: petere, to look
for, seek
repellit, repellunt: repellere,
to drive off, drive back
reprehendit, reprehendunt:
reprehendere, to blame,
scold

INTERJECTIONS
Ecce! Look!
heu! Alas!
Eugepae! Hurray!

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prgat, prgant: prgre, to


clean
revocat, revocant: revocre,
to recall, call back
saltat, saltant: saltre, to
greet, welcome
spectat, spectant: spectre,
to watch, look at
vexat, vexant: vexre, to annoy

scrbit, scrbunt: scrbere, to


write
surgit, surgunt: surgere, to
get up, rise
trdit, trdunt: trdere, to
hand over
arripit, arripiunt: arripere, to
grab hold of, smatch
cnspicit, cnspiciunt:
cnspicere, to catch
sight of
excipit, excipiunt: excipere,
to welcome
facit, faciunt: facere, to make,
do
advenit, adveniunt: advenre,
to reach, arrive (at)
audit, audiunt: audre, to
hear, listen to
dormit, dormiunt: dormre,
to sleep
venit, veniunt: venre, to come
est, sunt: esse, to be
inquit, (he/she) says
it, eunt: re, to go
exit, exeunt: exre, to go out
redit, redeunt: redre, to
return
nlit, nlunt: nlle, not to
wish, not to want
potest, possunt: posse, to be
able, can
vult, volunt: velle, to wish,
want

WORDS AND
PHRASES
Ab, moleste! Go away, pest!
Abte, molest! Go away, pests!
ad vllam, to/toward/at the
country house
aestte, in the summer
brev tempore, in a short time,
soon
Cav! Be careful!

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Cr? Why?
Dscende! Come down!
dis, day
edem, the same
vll, from/out of the country
house
ex agrs, from/out of the elds
Fer/Ferte auxilium! Bring
help! Help!
in hort, in the garden
in hortum, into the garden
ipsa, she herself
labrants, working
lnam trahere, to spin wool

magn vce, in a loud voice


-ne (indicates a yes or no
question)
necesse est, it is necessary
nihil, nothing
nmine, by name, named
omns, all
omnia quae, everying that
per vllam, through the country
house
prope rvum, near the stream
quae, who
Qulis . . . ? What sort of . . .?
Quem? Whom? (sing.)

qu, who
Qu? Who? (pl.)
Quid? What?
Quid facit? What isdoing?
What doesdo?
Quid faciunt? What are
doing?
Quis? Who? (sing.)
Qu? Whereto?
Qus? Whom (pl.)
sub arbore, under a/the tree
Rmam, to Rome
Salv! Greetings! Hello!

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