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magnus, great 001
magnus, big 001
manica -ae f., glove 001
maritus -i m., husband 001
perire, lost 001
caelum -i nt., sky 001
spatium -i/-ii nt., space 001
mirus, wonderful 001
parvus, small 002
pauci, few 002
apex -icis m., tip 002, point
jade 003
pila -ae f., ball 003
terra -ae f., earth 003
vitrum -i nt., glass 003, material
gemma -ae f., jewel 003
rex, regis m. pl.; king 003
nunc, now 003
modulari, to play 003, an instrument
ludibrium -i/-ii nt., toy 003
aqua -ae f., water 004
lavare, to bathe 004
butyrum nt., butter 004
fossa -ae f., canal 004
purus, clean 004
clarus, clear 004
continens -entis nt., continent 004
solitudo -inis f., desert 004
alvi profluvium, diarrhea 004
spurcus, dirty 004
implere, to fill 004, up
eluvio -onis f., flood 004
spiritus -us m., gas 004
gluten -tinis nt., glue 004
foramen -inis nt., hole 004
sucus -i m., juice 004
lacus -us m., lake 004
liquor -oris m., liquid 004
oceanus -i m., ocean 004
oleum -i nt., oil 004
pigmentum -i nt., paint 004
odor -oris m., perfume 004
flumen -inis nt., river 004
regnare, to rule 004
mare -is nt., sea 004
ius, iuris nt. pl.; soup 004
deductio-onis f., subtraction 004
na(ta)re, to swim 004
sitiens, thirsty 004
lavare, to wash 004
puteus -i m., well 004, water
lumen -inis nt., light 005
maiores m. pl., ancestors 005
infans -fantis m./f., baby 005
frater -tris m., brother 005
filius -i/-ii m., filia -ae f.; child 005
decies centena milia, million 005
cuniculus -i m., rabbit 005
lucere, to shine 005
forma -ae f., form 006, shape
caelare, to carve 006
informis, formless 006
umbra -ae f., shadow 006
aer -is m., air 007
vapor -is m., gas 007
animus -i m., temper 007
caelum -i nt., weather 007
ventus -i m., wind 008
aura -ae f., breeze 008
tempestas -atis f., storm 008
pluvia -ae f., rain 009
nubes -is f., cloud 009
terrae motus m. pl., earthquake 009
nebula -ae f., fog 009
fulmen -inis nt., lightning 009
requirere, to need 009
arcus -us m., rainbow 009
nix, nivis f. pl.; snow 009
tonitrus -us m., thunder 009
nihil, zero 009
glacies -ei f., ice 010
frigidus, cold 010
hiems -emis f., winter 010
ignis -is m., fire 011
cinis -eris m., ashes 011
ursus -i m., bear 011, animal
candela -ae f., candle 011
carbo -onis m., coal 011
coquere, to cook 011
febris -is f., fever 011
focus -i m., fireplace 011
canus, gray 011
calidus, hot 011
lucerna -ae f., lamp 011
sulfurata -orum nt., match 011, light
maturus, mature 011
furnus -i m., oven 011
maturus, ripe 011
fumus -i m., smoke 011
hirundo -dinis f., swallow 011, bird
solum -i nt., soil 012
ad, at 012
ecclesia -ae f., church 012
moles -is f., dam 012
pulvis -eris m., dust 012
fundus -i m., farm 012
purgamentum -i nt., garbage 012
sepulcrum -i nt., grave 012
in, in 012
terra -ae f., land 012
in, on 012
sedere, to sit 012
turris -is f., tower 012
collis -is m., hill 013
insula -ae f., island 013
mons, montis m. pl.; mountain 013
litus -toris nt., shore 013
ascendere, to ascend 014
altus, high 015
procerus, tall 015
caverna -ae f., cave 016
inanis, empty 016
angustus, narrow 016
pauper, poor 016, not rich
gerere, to wear 016
fenestra -ae f., window 016
(con)vallis -is f., valley 017
lapis -idis m., stone 018
cratera -ae f., bowl 018
adamas -antis m., diamond 018
patina -ae f., dish 018
durus, hard 018
metallum -i nt., mineral 018
aurum -i nt., gold 019
argentaria -ae f., bank 019
tintinnabulum -i nt., bell 019
catena -ae f., chain 019
horologium -i/-ii nt., clock 019
nummus -i m., coin 019
malleus -i m., hammer 019
ferrum -i nt., iron 019, metal
claustra -orum nt., lock 019
metallum -i nt., metal 019
speculum -i nt., mirror 019
error -oris m., mistake 019
pecunia -ae f., money 019
clavus -i m., nail 019, metal
acus -us f., needle 019
sartago -inis f., pan 019, frying
ferrugo -inis f., rust 019
serra -ae f., saw 019
titulus -i m., title 019
urbs -bis f., town 019
messis -is f., crop 020
calvus, bald 020
autumnus -i m., fall 020, season
genus -eris nt., kind 020, type
locare, to rent 020
semen -inis nt., seed 020
vectigal -galis nt., tax 020
oryza -ae f., rice 021
pulvis -eris m., powder 021
asper, rough 021
triticum -i nt., wheat 022
panis -is m., bread 022
placenta -ae f., cake 022
farina -ae f., flour 022
saccharon nt., sugar 022
aequus, even 023
aequus, equal 023
milium -i/-ii nt., millet 024
tenax, sticky 024
cannabis -is f., hemp 025
recens, modern 025
faba -ae f., bean 026
pisum -i nt., pea 026
cucumis -meris m., cucumber 027
melo -onis m., melon 027
gramen -inis nt., grass 028
amarus, bitter 028
caeruleus, blue 028
flos, floris m. pl.; flower 028
herba -ae f., herb 028
folium -i/-ii nt., leaf 028
holus -eris nt., vegetable 028
porrum -i nt., leek 029
harundo Indica f., bamboo 030
responsum -i nt., answer 030
corbis -is m./f., basket 030
cavea -ae f., cage 030, bird
velum -i nt., curtain 030
saepes -is f., fence 030
articulus -i m., joint 030
ridere, to laugh 030
stilus -i m., pen 030
tubus -i m., pipe 030
manere, to wait 030
lignum -i nt., wood 031, material
malum -i nt., apple 031
pons, pontis m. pl.; bridge 031
situla -ae f., bucket 031
sella -ae f., chair 031
pecten -inis m., comb 031
gossympinus f., cotton 031, tree
poculum -i nt., cup 031
oriens m., east 031
solum -i nt., floor 031
silva -ae f., forest 031
fructus -us m., fruit 031
futura, future 031
machina -ae f., machine 031
malus -i m., mast 031
remus -i m., oar 031
pulvinus -i m., pillow 031
planta -ae f., plant 031
radix -icis f., root 031
schola -ae f., school 031
scalae f. pl., stairs 031
mensa -ae f., table 031
arbor -oris f., tree 031
truncus -i m., stem 032
annus -i m., year 032
ramus -i m., branch 033
colere, to grow 034, vt.
longus, long 034
sol, solis m. pl.; sun 035
esse, to be 035
obscurus, dark 035
dies -ei m., day 035
mature, early 035
facilis, easy 035
dies festus m., holiday 035
hora -ae f., hour 035
non, no 035
satelles -itis m./f., satellite 035
ver, veris nt. pl.; spring 035, season
stella -ae f., star 035, heavenly
tempus -oris nt., time 035
cras, tomorrow 035
perlucidus, transparent 035
calidus, warm 035
quando?, when? 035
ita, yes 035
heri, yesterday 035
mane nt., morning 036
agricultura -ae f., farming 036
vesper -eris m., evening 037
somnium -i/-ii nt., dream 037
externus, foreign 037
nox, noctis f. pl.; night 037
externus, outside 037
occidens -entis m., west 038
egere, to want 038
luna -ae f., moon 039
habere, to have 039
sperare, to hope 039
desperatus, hopeless 039
mensis -is m., month 039
ars metiendi f., period 039
hebdomas -dis f., week 039
cupere, to wish 039
cum, with 039
sine, without 039
aestas -atis f., summer 040
concha -ae f., shell 041
(co)emere, to buy 041
vilis, cheap 041
sumptuosus, expensive 041
alea ludere, to gamble 041
vendere, to sell 041
vincere, to win 041
piscis -is m., fish 042
crocodilus -i m., crocodile 042
pinna -ae f., fin 042
recens, fresh 042
branchia -ae f., gill 042
squama -ae f., scale 042, fish
balaena -ae f., whale 042
draco -onis m., dragon 043
avis -is f., fowl 044
avis -is f., bird 045
aquila -ae f., eagle 045
anser -eris m., goose 045
struthiocamelus -i m., ostrich 045
ulula -ae f., owl 045
psittacus -i m., parrot 045
gallina -ae f., hen 046
difficilis, difficult 046
duplex, double 046
femina -ae f., female 046
heros -ois m., hero 046
mas, maris m. pl.; male 046
par, paris nt. pl.; pair 046
gallus -i m., rooster 046
vermis -is m., worm 047
ovum -i nt., egg 047
musca -ae f., fly 047
rana -ae f., frog 047
mel, mellis nt. pl.; honey 047
bestiola -ae f., insect 047
serpens -entis m./f., snake 047
cera -ae f., wax 047
volare, to fly 048
testudo -inis f., turtle 049
testudo -inis f., tortoise 050
mus, muris m./f. pl.; mouse 051
ovis -is f., sheep 052
bellus, beautiful 052
timidus, shy 052
porcus -i m., pig 053
aper, apri m. pl.; boar 053, wild
elephantus -i m., elephant 053
cervus -i m., deer 054
camelopardalis -is f., giraffe 054
vacca -ae f., cow 055
taurus -i m., bull 055
id nt., it 055, subj.
id nt., it 055, obj.
sacerdos -dotis m./f., priest 055
rhinoceros -otis m., rhinoceros 055
sacrificium -i/-ii nt., sacrifice 055
equus -i m., horse 056
camelus -i m., camel 056
fallere, to cheat 056
peritus, experienced 056
superbus, proud 056
equitare, to ride 056, on horseback
cicur, tame 056
feles -is f., cat 057
facies -ei f., look 057, appearance
canis -is m./f., dog 058
hostilis, aggressive 058
venari, to hunt 058
leo -onis m., lion 058
reus -i m., rea -ae f.; prisoner 058
lupus -i m., wolf 058
tigris -is m./f., tiger 059
asper, harsh 059, in temper
homo -inis m./f., man 060
homini credere, to believe 060
mutuari, to borrow 060
praeter, but 060
venire, to come 060
aes alienum nt., debt 060
facere, to do 060
exemplum -i nt., example 060
falsus, false 060
is m., he 060
eum m., him 060
litterae f. pl., letter 060
similiter, like 060, similar
habitare, to live 060, to reside
humilis, low 060
facere, to make 060
vicinus -i m., vicina -ae f.; neighbor 060
homines m. pl., people 060
propinquus m., relative 060
reparare, to repair 060
Romanus m., Roman 060
reservare, to save 060, money etc.
furari, to steal 060
superior, superior 060
eos m., eas f., ea nt.; them 060
ei m., eae f., ea nt.; they 060
fatigatus, tired 060
hodie, today 060
umbella -ae f., umbrella 060
pretium -i/-ii nt., value 060
quid?, what? 060
testis -is m./f., witness 060
tu(familiar), you 060, subj.
te(familiar), you 060, obj.
pater -tris m., father 061
mater, matris f. pl.; mother 062
venenum -i nt., poison 062
multiplicare, to multiply 063
multiplicatio -onis f., multiplication 063
filius -i/-ii m., son 064
puer -i m., boy 064
discere, to learn 064
gravida, pregnant 064
filius regis m., prince 064
discipulus -i m., discipula -ae f.; pupil 064
anni tempus nt., season 064
verbum -i nt., word 064
femina -ae f., woman 065
filia -ae f., daughter 065
pupa -ae f., doll 065
puella -ae f., girl 065
eam f., her 065, obj.
si, if 065
invidus, jealous 065
cognomen -inis nt., last name 065
ducere, to marry 065, a woman
nubere, to marry 065, a man
lac, lactis nt pl.; milk 065
filia regis f., princess 065
meretrix -icis f., prostitute 065
regina -ae f., queen 065
rapere, to rape 065
ea f., she 065
soror -oris f., sister 065
uxor -oris f., wife 065
mamma -ae f., breast 066
precari, to beg 066
flexus -us m., curve 066
siccus, dry 066
novem, nine 066
etiam, too 066, also
infans -fantis m./f., infant 067
se, self 068
libertas -atis f., freedom 068
se, herself 068
se, himself 068
se, itself 068
se, oneself 068
se, themselves 068
privatus, private 069
iam, already 069
angiportum -i nt., lane 069
gens, gentis f. pl.; clan 070
caput -itis nt., chief 071
corpus -poris nt., body 072
hominem salutare, to bow 072
caput -itis nt., head 073
gena -ae f., cheek 073
frons, frontis f. pl.; forehead 073
cervix -icis f., neck 073
nutare, to nod 073
praeparare, to prepare 073
tectum -i nt., roof 073
cacumen -inis nt., top 073, part
corona -ae f., crown 074
crista -ae f., crest 074
cornu -us nt., horn 075
angulus -i m., corner 075
transfigere, to gore 075
(dis)solvere, to solve 075
tangere, to touch 075
facies -ei f., face 076
oculus -i m., eye 077
caecus, blind 077
quod in libro continetur, contents 077
supercilium -i/-ii nt., eyebrow 077
aspicere, to look 077
nutrix -icis f., nurse 077
scutum -i nt., shield 077
dormire, to sleep 077
videre, to see 078
observare, to observe 078
auris -is f., ear 079
surdus, deaf 079
neglegere, to disobey 079
auscultare, to hear 079
conducere, to hire 079
parere, to obey 079
sapiens, wise 079
os -oris nt., mouth 080
et, and 080
interrogare, to ask 080
mordere, to bite 080
flare, to blow 080
vocare, to call 080, to name
tussire, to cough 080
clamare, to cry 080, aloud
celeber, famous 080
singultare, to hiccup 080
nuntius m., information 080
osculari, to kiss 080
amare, to like 080
labrum -i nt., lip 080
mutus, mute 080
nomen -inis nt., name 080
pax, pacis f. pl.; peace 080
iurgare, to quarrel 080
interrogatio -onis f., question 080
dexter, right 080, not left
sententia -ae f., sentence 080, words
cantare, to sing 080
unus, single 080
sternuere, to sneeze 080
sugere, to suck 080
(ab)sorbere, to swallow 080
(de)gustare, to taste 080
praeceptor -oris m., teacher 080
fauces f. pl., throat 080
tuba -ae f., trumpet 080
(e)vomere, to vomit 080
arma -orum nt., weapon 080
oscitare, to yawn 081
carmen -inis nt., song 081
lingua -ae f., tongue 082
lingere, to lick 082
dens, dentis m. pl.; tooth 083
dens, dentis m. pl.; tusk 083
apparatus -us m., gear 084
gingiva -ae f., gum 084, of the mouth
nasus -i m., nose 085
stertere, to snore 085
manus -us f., hand 086
imitari, to copy 086
invenire, to find 086
digitus -i m., finger 086
vale, goodbye 086
ferire, to hit 086
pulsare, to knock 086
iter facere, to march 086
trahere, to pull 086
(im)pellere, to push 086
(de)negare, to refuse 086
sustinere, to support 086
capere, to take 086
iacere, to throw 086
suffragium ferre, to vote 086
contra, against 087
rursus, again 087
furca -ae f., fork 087
amicus -i m., amica -ae f.; friend 087
rebellis m. pl., rebels 087
pes, pedis m. pl.; foot 088, part
talus -i m., ankle 088
cadere, to fall 088
sequi, to follow 088
ungula -ae f., hoof 088
salire, to jump 088
calcitrare, to kick 088
genu -us nt., knee 088
claudus, lame 088
via -ae f., road 088
(pedis) digitus -i m., toe 088
volvere, to roll 089
suspicari, to suspect 089
unguis -is m., claw 090
scandere, to climb 090
unguis -is m., nail 090, part
cur?, why? 090
cauda -ae f., tail 091
cadaver -eris nt., corpse 091
armarium -i/-ii nt., drawers 091
stercus -oris nt., dung 091
pes, pedis m. pl.; foot 091, measure
tugurium -i/-ii nt., outhouse 091
regula -ae f., ruler 091, measure
os, ossis nt. pl.; bone 092
caro, carnis f. pl.; flesh 093
alvus -i f., belly 093
cerebrum -i nt., brain 093
posse, can 093, aux. v.
fucus -i m., cosmetic 093
adeps -ipis m./f., fat 093
caro, carnis f. pl.; meat 093
pus, puris nt. pl.; pus 093
(de)nudare, to strip 093
cutis -is f., skin 094
cortex -ticis m./f., bark 094
ruga -ae f., wrinkle 094
corium -i/-ii nt., leather 095
crepida -ae f., sandal 095
calceus -i m., shoe 095
pellesuina -ae f., tannery 096
penna -ae f., feather 097
meditari, to practice 097
ala -ae f., wing 097
pellis -is f., fur 098
lodix -dicis f., blanket 098
lana -ae f., wool 098
pilus -i m., hair 099
barba -ae f., beard 099
iuba -ae f., mane 099
genae pilosae f. pl., whiskers 100
sanguis -inis m., blood 101
sanguinem dare, to bleed 101
vita -ae f., life 102
nasci, born 102
medicus -i m., doctor 102
adolescere, to grow 102, up
exanimis, lifeless 102
producere, to produce 102
grandis, old 103
morbus -i m., disease 104
nexus -us m., addiction 104
aeger, ill 104
insanus, insane 104
pruritus -us m., itch 104
macer, lean 104, thin
dolor -oris m., pain 104
cicatrix -icis f., scar 104
tumor -oris m., swelling 104
mors, mortis f. pl.; death 105
malus, bad 105
mori, to die 105
larva -ae f., ghost 106
magicae artes f. pl., magic 106
patefacere, to reveal 107
benedictio -onis f., blessing 107
perscriptio -onis f., check 107, bank
calamitas -atis f., disaster 107
donum -i nt., gift 107
deus -i m., dea -ae f.; god/goddess 107
tessera -ae f., ticket 107
mysteria -orum nt., mystery 108
praedicere, to foretell 109
depressum, depressed 110
vestis -is f., clothes 111
spadix, brown 111
pallescere, to fade 111
nudus, naked 111
bracae f. pl., pants 111
marsuppium -i/-ii nt., purse 111
vestis -is f., robe 111
tunica -ae f., shirt 111
tibiale nt., stocking 111
involvere, to wrap 111
bombyx -ycis m., silk 112
compendium -i/-ii nt., abbreviation 112
dare, to give 112
viridis, green 112
globus -i m., group 112
index -dicis m., index 112
nodus -i m., knot 112
charta -ae f., paper 112
praefectus -i m., president 112
purpura, purple 112
ruber, red 112
suere, to sew 112
contrahere, to shrink 112
linum -i nt., string 112
filum -i nt., thread 112
(ad)ligare, to tie 112
nuptiae f. pl., wedding 112
filum -i nt., wire 112
vestis picta f., embroidery 113
quadratum -i nt., square 114, rectangle
signum -i nt., flag 114
textum -i nt., cloth 115
semper, always 115
fascia -ae f., bandage 115
tonsor -oris m., barber 115
cingulum -i nt., belt 115
petasus -i m., hat 115
macellum -i nt., market 115
mantele -is nt., napkin 115
tabernaculum -i nt., tent 115
cibus -i m., food 116
ientaculum -i nt., breakfast 116
bibere, to drink 116
edere, to eat 116
pascere, to feed 116
esuriens, hungry 116
prandium -i/-ii nt., lunch 116
cena -ae f., supper 116
vinum -i nt., wine 117
cervisia f., beer 117
caseus -i m., cheese 117
ebrius, drunk 117
sanare, to heal 117
coniungi, to mate 117
condimentum -i nt., sauce 117
pudor -oris m., shame 117
acidus, sour 117
turpis, ugly 117
acetum -i nt., vinegar 117
excitare, to wake 117
trulla -ae f., ladle 118
uncus -i m., hook 118
fictilia nt. pl., earthenware 119
fractus, broken 119
olla -ae f., pot 119
fictilia nt. pl., porcelain 120
ampulla -ae f., bottle 120
tegula -ae f., tile 120, roof
vas, vasis nt. pl.; vessel 121
cassis -idis f., helmet 121
carcer -eris m., prison 121
ferculum -i nt., tray 121
pelvis -is f., washbasin 121
cortina -ae f., caldron 122
tripus -podis m., tripod 123
domus -us f., home 124
familia -ae f., family 124
iudex -icis m., judge 124
regia -ae f., palace 124
dives, rich 124
securus, safe 124, secure
scribere, to write 124
murus -i m., wall 125, city
lectus -i m., bed 125
porta -ae f., gate 126, city
occludere, to close 126
aperire, to open 126
ostium -i/-ii nt., door 127
flabellum -i nt., fan 127
culina -ae f., kitchen 127
cultus m., washroom 127
ager, agri m. pl.; field 128
confinium -i nt., boundary 128
scribere, to draw 128
aratrum -i nt., plow 129
mensura -ae f., measure 130
clivus -i m., slope 130
mortarium -i/-ii nt., mortar 131, bowl
pagus -i m., village 132
tumulus -i m., mound 133
defendere, to defend 133
divisio -onis f., division 133
valetudinarium -i/-ii nt., hospital 133
cuniculus -i m., tunnel 133
tegimen -inis nt., covering 134
stabulum -i nt., stall 134, cattle
tentorium -i/-ii nt., pavilion 135
frui, to enjoy 135
amplus, spacious 136
horreum -i nt., barn 136
fundus -i m., bottom 136
fabrica -ae f., factory 136
templum -i nt., temple 136, shrine
praesidium -i/-ii nt., garrison 137
urbs -bis f., city 138
provincia -ae f., province 138
ille m., illa f., illud nt.; that 138
ibi, there 138
ubi?, where? 138
malus, wicked 138
regio -onis f., district 139
nidus -i m., nest 140
saeptum -i nt., enclosure 141
quod, because 141
populus -i m., country 141, nation
quattuor, four 141
hortus -i m., garden 141
tabula -ae f., map 141
pictura -ae f., picture 141
populus Romanus, Rome 141
rotundus, round 141
aedificare, to build 142
opus -eris nt., work 143
sinister, left 143, not right
vis f., force 144
additio -onis f., addition 144
animal -alis nt., animal 144
inferior, inferior 144
vis f., power 144
successus -us m., success 144
violentus, violent 144
ambulare, to walk 145
vita -ae f., conduct 145
via -ae f., street 145
currere, to run 146
iocus -i m., fun 146
ire, to go 147
foras, out 148
intrare, to enter 149
totus, all 149
intus, inside 149
stare, to stand 150
sistere, to stop 151
aetas -atis f., age 151
ius, iuris nt. pl.; justice 151
iter facere, to travel 152
prope, close 152, near
procul, far 152
hic, here 152
serus, late 152
(de)errare, to miss 152
hic m., haec f., hoc nt.; this 152
salve!, welcome! 152
navicula -ae f., boat 153
gubernaculum -i nt., rudder 153
navis -is f., ship 153
carrus -i m., wagon 154
exercitus -us m., army 154
vehiculum -i nt., carriage 154
plaustrum -i nt., cart 154
(con)vertere, to turn 154
rota -ae f., wheel 154
iugum -i nt., yoke 154
advenire, to arrive 155
suggestus -us m., platform 155
conficere, to finish 156
impensa -ae f., expense 157
insumere, to spend 157
uti, to use 157
arca -ae f., box 158
praefectus -i m., official 159
miles -itis m., soldier 160
dominus -i m., master 161
servus -i m., servant 162
capere, to get 162
servire, to serve 162
servus -i m., slave 163
scriptio -onis f., writing 164
tabulae f. pl., records 165
peniculus -i m., brush pen 166
signum -i nt., seal 167, stamp
imprimere, to print 167
low table 168
culpa -ae f., fault 169
corruptio -onis f., corruption 170
pugio -onis m., dagger 171
clavis -is f., key 171
septentriones m. pl., north 171
cocleare -is nt., spoon 171
culter -tri m., knife 172
peniculus -i m., brush 172
secare, to cut 172
frons, frontis f. pl.; front 172
faenus -oris nt., interest 172, on money
iudicare, to judge 172
novacula -ae f., razor 172
forfices f. pl., scissors 172
(ab)radere, to shave 172
falx, falcis f. pl.; sickle 172
gladius -i/-ii m., sword 172
securis -is f., ax 173
novus, new 173
telum -i nt., dart 174
pilum -i nt., javelin 175
ludus -i m., game 175
ego, I 175
me, me 175
aut, or 175
nos pl., us 175
bellum -i nt., war 175
nos pl., we 175
hasta -ae f., spear 176
arcus -us m., bow 177, weapon
telum -i nt., missile 177
valens, strong 177
infirmus, weak 177
sagitta -ae f., arrow 178
scire, to know 178
brevis, short 178
uncia -ae f., inch 179
involucrum -i nt., envelope 179
(e)mittere, to shoot 179
rete -is nt., net 180
(de)pugnare, to fight 181
fragmentum -i nt., piece 182
caedere, to kill 182
convertere, to change 183
oppugnare, to attack 183
fortis, brave 183
(e)numerare, to count 183
hostis -is m./f., enemy 183
numerus -i m., number 183
ponere, to put 183
liberare, to save 183, life
(e)docere, to teach 183
centrum nt., center 184
neuter, neuter 184
unus, one 185
supra, above 185
infra, below 185
septem, seven 185
tres, three 185
duo, two 186
quinque, five 186
octo, eight 187
publicus, public 187
sex, six 187
decem, ten 188
meridies -ei m., noon 188
meridies -ei m., south 188
mille, thousand 188
congeries -ei f., collection 189
linteum nt., sheet 190, linen
signum -i nt., sign 190
nemo -inis m./f., none 191
bonus, good 192
malus, evil 193
comparare, to compare 194
splendidus, brilliant 195
color -oris m., color 196
cyan, cyan 197
silens, silent 197
parvus, young 197
magenta, magenta 198
flavus, yellow 199
ater, black 200
albus, white 201
eius f., her 201, adj.
eius m., his 201
centum, hundred 201
meus, my 201
noster, our 201
suus, their 201
tuus(familiar); vester, your 201
sonus -i m., sound 202
musica -ae f., music 202
tibia -ae f., flute 203
tympanum -i nt., drum 204
saltare, to dance 205
salsus, salty 206
sal, salis m. pl.; salt 206
sapo -onis m., soap 206
acer, pungent 207
dulcis, sweet 208
dicere, to speak 209
liber -bri m., book 209
circulus -i m., club 209, association
dicere, to say 209
oratio -onis f., speech 210
lingua -ae f., language 210
lingua Latina, Latin 210, language
poema -tis nt., poem 210
aedilis -is m., police 210
legere, to read 210
gratias agere, to thank 210
quis?, who? 210
odorifer, fragrant 211
cor, cordis nt. pl.; heart 212
casus -us m., accident 212
iratus, angry 212
comprehensio -onis f., comprehension 212
rapidus, fast 212
animus -i m., feeling 212
oblivisci, to forget 212
beatus, happy 212
odisse, to hate 212
quomodo?, how? 212
amor -oris m., love 212
mens, mentis f. pl., mind 212
reminisci, to remember 212
tristis, sad 212
sexus -us m., sex 212
piger, slow 212
miscere, to mix 213