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fleo, flere, flevi, fletus, weep, cry fluctus, fluctus, m., wave flumen, fluminis, n., river fluo, fluere, fluxī, fluctus, flow focus, focī, m., hearth fodio, fodere, fodi, fossum, dig foedus, foederis, n., league, treaty forma, formae, f., shape, image, form fortasse, adv., perhaps fortis, forte, strong, brave fortiter, adv., bravely fortuna, fortunae, f., fortune, luck forum, forī, n., market place, Forum (at Rome) frango, frangere, fregī, fractus, break, shatter frater, fratris, m., brother frigidus, frigida, frigidum, cold
frons, frontis, f., front, forehead frons, frondis, f., frond, leaf fructus, us, m. fruit frumentum, frumentu, frumentī, n., grain fuga, fugae, f. flight ; in fugam do, put to flight fugio, fugere, fugī, fugiturus, run away, flee fulmen, fulminis, n., lightning fundamentum, i, n., foundation furor, furoris, m. madness futurus, see sum G Gaius, Gaiī, m., Gaius Gallia, Galliae, f., Gaul, ancient France Gallicus, Gallica, Gallicum, Gallic Gallus, Galla, Gallum, Gallic gaudium, gaudī, n., joy, gladness gens, gentis, gentium, f., nation, clan, family, tribe genus, generis, n., birth, kind, class, sort Germania, Germaniae, f., Germany Germanus, Germanī, m., a German gero, gerere, gessī, gestus, wear, carry on gero idiom: bellum gerere, to wage war gestus, us, m., posture gigas, gigantis, m. giant gladiator, gladiatoris, m., gladiator gladius, gladī, m., sword gloria, gloriae, f., glory
gloriosus, gloriosa, gloriosum, glorious Graecia, Graeciae, f ., Greece Graecus, Graeca, Graecum, Greek, Graecus, Graeci, m., a Greek grammaticus, grammaticī, m., school teacher gratē, adv., gratefully gratia, gratiae, f. gratitude, influence; gratiam habeo, feel grateful; gratias ago, thank (w. dative) gratus, grata, gratum, pleasing, grateful, welcome gravis, grave, heavy, severe, serious graviter, adv., heavily, seriously gusto, gustare, gustavi, gustatus, enjoy, taste H habeo, habēre, habuī, habitus, have, hold, consider; gratiam habeo, feel grateful (w. dative); orationem habeo, deliver an oration habito, habitāre, habitavī, habitatus, live, dwell haereo, haerere, haesī, haesus, stick, cling Hannibal, Hannibalis, m., Hannibal, a Carthaginian general harena, ae, f. sands herba, herbae, f., herb, plant, grass Hibernia, HIberniae, f., Ireland hic, haec, hoc, this; as pron., he, she, it hiems, hiemis, f., winter Hispania, Hispaniae, f., Spain Hispanus, Hispana, Hispanum, Spanish hodiē, today homo, hominis, m., man, human being honestas, honestatis, f., honor, honesty honor, honoris, m., honor, office
hora, horae, f., hour Horatius Cocles, Horatius Cocles, man on the bridge who saved Rome hospita, hospitae, f., guest hostis, hostis, hostium, m., enemy (usually plural) humecto, humectare, humectavi, humectatus, wet, make damp humilis, humile, low, humble I iacio, iacere, iecī, iactus, throw, hurl iacto, iactare, iactavi, iactatus, toss iam, now, already ibi, there Icarus, i, m. Icarus, son of Daedalus idem, eadem, idem, same ignavus, ignava, ignavum, lazy igitur, therefore ignis, ignis, ignium, m., fire ignominia, ae, f. disgrace ignotus, a, um, unknown ille, illa, illud, that; as pron., he, she, it imito, imitare, imitavi, imitatus, imitate immanis, immane, huge, immense immortalis, immortale, immortal impedimentum, impedimentī, n., hindrance (pl) baggage impedio, impedīre, impedivī, impeditus, hinder

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