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A ā, ab (abl) from, away from a ab, by abicio, abicere, abieci, abiectus throw away, throw down absum, abesse, afuī, afuturus, be absent, be away ac, see atque accedo, accedere, accessī, accessurus, approach accido, accidere, accidī, -----, fall to, befall, happen (w. dative) accipio, accipere, accepī, acceptus, receive accuso, accusāre, accusavī, accusatus, blame, accuse acer, acris, acre, sharp, keen acutus, a, um, sharp ad (acc) to, towards, near adduco, adducere, adduxī, adductus, lead to, influence adiuvo, adiuvāre, adiuvavī, adiuvatus, help administro, administrare, administravi, administratus, administer adoro, adorāre, adoravī, adoratus, worship adsum, adesse, adfuī, adfuturus, be present adulescentulus, adulescentī, m. young man adultus, i, m., adult aedificio, aedificare, aedificavi, aedificatus, build aeger, aegra, aegrum, sick, ill Aegyptiī, Aegyptōrum, pl., the Egyptians Aegyptus, Aegyptī, f. ,Egypt Aeneas, Aeneae, m., Aeneas aes alienum, n. money Aeolus, Aeolī, m., Aeolus aequē, adv., justly aequus, aequa, aequum, even, fair, just aer, aeris, m., air aes, aeris, n.,copper, bronze aestas, aestatis, f., summer aetas, aetatis, f., age Aetna, Aetnae, f., (Mt.) Etna afficio, afficere, affecī, affectus, affect, afflict with Africanus, Africanī, m., African ager, agrī, m., field ago, agere, egī, actus, do, drive, discuss, live, spend time agricola, agricolae, m. farmer ala, alae, f., wing Alba Longa, name of town established by Ascanius Alban Hills, mountains outside Rome Albanus, a, um, Alban; Albani, the Albans albus, alba, album, white alces, alcis, f., elk
alienus, aliena, alienum, another's, unfavorable aliquid, any alius, alia, aliud, other, another alius... alius, some... another Alpēs, Alpium, f. pl., the Alps altē, adv., high, far alter, altera, alterum, the other (of two), the second altercatio, altercationis, f. altercation, disagreement altus, alta, altum, high, deep alveus, i, m., little boat ambo, ambae, ambo, both ambulo, ambulāre, ambulavī, ambulatus, walk Americanus, Americana, Americanum, American; Americanus, Americanī, m., an American amica f., friend amicitia, amicitiae, f., friendship amicus, amicī, m., friend amicus, amica, amicum, friendly amitto, amittere, amisī, amissus, lose amo, amāre, amavī, amatus, like, love amoenus, a, um, pleasing amor, amoris, m., love amphitheatrum, amphitheatrī, n., amphitheater Amulius, i, brother of Numitor who was king of Alba Longa Anglicus, Anglica, Anglicum, English anima, animae, f. spirit animal, animalis, animalium, n. animal animus, animī m. mind, spirit, (pl) courage annus, annī, m. year ante (acc) before (of time or place) antecedo, antecedere, antecessī, antecessurus, go before, take the lead anthropophagus, i, shaped like men antiquus, antiqua, antiquum, old fashioned, ancient aperio, aperīre, aperuī, apertus, open, uncover appello, appellāre, appellavī, appellatus, call by name Appius, Appia, Appium, adj., of Appius, Appian Apollo, Apollinis, m. the god of sun, song and prophecy appropinquo, appropinquare, appropinquavi, appropinquatus, approach, near aptus, apta, aptum, fit, suitable (w. dative) apud, prep. w. acc., among, with aqua, aquae, f., water aquaeductus, aquaeductus, m., aqueduct Aquitanus, Aquitanī, m., an Aquitanian ara, arae, f., altar

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