Latin Vocabulary General Flashcards

Terms Definitions
a
from, away from, out of
abduco
to lead away, take away, carry off, remove, lead aside
abeo
to go from, go away, go off, go forth, go, depart
abicio
to throw from one, cast away, throw away, throw down
abigo
to drive away, drive off
abnuo
to refuse by a sign, deny, refuse, reject, decline
absolvo
to set free, release, discharge
abstineo
to keep back, keep off, hold back
absum
to be away from, be absent
absumo
to take away, diminish, use up, consume, exhaust
abundo
to overflow, stream over
accedo
sync
accendo
to kindle, set on fire, light
accenseo
to reckon to, count among
accepto
to take, receive
acceptum
the receipt
accio
to call, summon, send for, invite
accipio
to take without effort, receive, get, accept
accuso
to call to account, make complaint against, reproach, blame, accuse
acerbus
harsh, bitter, unripe
Achaius
Grecian
acies
a sharp edge, point, cutting part
Acilius
 
acta
the sea-shore, sea-beach
actio
a putting in motion
actum
a deed, transaction, proposition, decree, law
actus
a driving, impulse, setting in motion
ad
to, toward
addo
to put to, place upon, lay on, join, attach
adduco
to lead to, bring to, bring along
adeo
 
ad-firmo
 
adhibeo
to hold toward, turn to, apply, add to
adhortor
to encourage, exhort, stimulate, rouse, urge
adhuc
 
adicio
to throw to, cast to, fling at, put, put to, set near
adigo
to drive, urge, bring by force, take
adimo
to take away, take from, deprive of
aditus
a going to, drawing near, approach, access
administro
to manage, control, guide, superintend, execute, regulate, rule, direct
admiratio
admiration, wonder
admitto
to send to, let go, let loose, let come, admit, give access
admoneo
to bring to mind, remind, suggest, put in mind of
adnato
to swim up
ador
a grain, spelt
adorior
to approach as an enemy, fall upon, assail, assault, attack
ad-pello
 
adsum
to be at, be present, be at hand
adulescens
growing, near maturity, young, youthful
advena
a stranger, foreigner, immigrant
advenio
to come to, reach, arrive at
adventus
a coming, approach, arrival
adversarius
opposite, hostile, contrary
adversus
an enemy, opponent
adverto
to turn to, turn towards, direct
advoco
to call, summon, invite
advolo
to fly to, fly towards
aedifico
to build, erect a building
aedilis
a commissioner of buildings, aedile, magistrate for public works
aeger
unwell, ill, sick, diseased, suffering, feeble
Aegyptius
Egyptian
aequalis
equal, like, even, on a par
aequo
to make equal, equalize
aequum
a plain, level
aequus
even, plain, level, flat
aer
the air, atmosphere, sky
aerarium
part of the temple of Saturn at Rome, in which the public treasure was kept, the treasury
aestimo
to determine the value of, estimate, value, rate, appraise
aetas
the life of man, age, lifetime, years
aeternus
of an age, lasting, enduring, permanent, endless
ager
productive land, a field, farm, estate, arable land, pasture
agger
a mass, heap, collection, pile
aggero
to make a mound of, heap up, pile
aggredior
to approach
agito
to set in violent motion, drive onward, move, impel, urge
agmen
that which is driven
ago
to put in motion, move, lead, drive, tend, conduct
agrarius
pertaining to land
aio
to say yes, assent, affirm
alacritas
liveliness, ardor, eagerness, alacrity, cheerfulness, encouragement
albus
white
alias
at another time, some other time, at other times
alibi
elsewhere, somewhere else, at another place
alieno
to make strange, make another's, transfer, make over, part with
alienum
the property of a stranger, another's possessions
aliqua
by any way, in any direction, any whither
aliquanto
by some little, in a degree, somewhat, rather
aliquantus
some, considerable, moderate
aliqui
some, any
aliquis
any end
aliquot
some, several, a few, not many, a number
aliter
in another manner, otherwise, in any other way, differently
alius
another, other, different
alo
to feed, nourish, support, sustain, maintain
alter
one, another, the one, the other
alternus
one after the other, alternate, in turn, reciprocal
altitudo
height, altitude
altus
nourished, grown great, high, lofty, tall
ambitio
a going about
ambo
both
amburo
to burn round, scorch, singe, consume
amicitia
friendship
amitto
to send away, dismiss, part with
amnis
a river
amoveo
to move away, take away, remove
amplus
of large extent, great, ample, spacious, roomy
an
or
an
or
anceps
that has two heads, two-headed
ancora
an anchor
Ancus
 
angustia
narrowness, straitness
angustiae
 
angustum
a narrow place
angustus
narrow, strait, contracted
Anienem
 
anima
air, a current of air, breeze, breath, wind
animadverto
to direct the mind, give attention to, attend to, consider, regard, observe
animus
the rational soul
annona
the year's produce
annus
a year
annuus
of a year, lasting a year
ante
before, in front, forwards
antea
before, earlier, formerly, aforetime, previously
antecedo
to go before, get the start, precede
antesignanus
a leader in battle
antique
like the ancients, in the old fashion
antiquo
to reject, not to pass
antiquus
ancient, former, of old times
Antonius
a gentile name
aperio
to uncover, lay bare
apertus
without covering, uncovered
Apollo
Apollo
appareo
to appear, come in sight, make an appearance
Appius
a family name in the gens Claudia
appropinquo
to come near, approach, draw nigh
aptus
fastened, joined, fitted, bound, attached
aqua
water
aquor
to fetch water
ara
a structure for sacrifice, altar
arbitrium
a judgment, decision of an arbitrator
arbitror
to testify on information and belief, depose to one's best knowledge
arceo
to shut up, enclose
arcesso
to cause to come, call, send for, invite, summon, fetch
ardeo
to be on fire, burn, blaze, be burned
ardor
a burning, flame, fire, heat
argumentum
an argument, evidence, ground, support, proof
arguo
to make known, show, prove, manifest, disclose, declare, betray
Ariminum
 
arma
implements, outfit, instruments, tools
armatura
armor, equipment
armo
to furnish with weapons, arm, equip
armus
the shoulder
arripio
 
ars
practical skill
arx
a castle, citadel, fortress, stronghold
ascendo
to mount, climb, ascend, scale, go up
aspernor
to disdain, reject, despise
assensus
 
assiduus
 
assuesco
 
at
but, but on the other hand, but meanwhile
atque
and, as well as, together with
atrox
savage, fierce, wild, cruel, harsh, severe
attineo
to hold fast, detain, delay
attingo
to touch, come in contact with
attribuo
to assign, allot, make over
aucto
to increase much, prosper
auctor
a promoter, producer, father, progenitor
auctoritas
origination, production
auctoro
to bind, oblige
audacia
daring, courage, valor, bravery, boldness, intrepidity
audeo
to venture, dare, be bold, dare to do, risk
audio
to hear
aufero
to take away, bear off, carry off, withdraw, remove
augeo
to increase, augment, enlarge, spread, extend
augur
a seer, soothsayer, diviner, augur
augurium
the observance of omens, interpretation of omens, divination, augury
augustus
consecrated, sacred, reverend
aureus
of gold, golden
auris
the ear
auro
 
aurum
gold
auspicium
divination by the flight of birds, augury from birds, auspices
aut
or
autem
but, on the other hand, on the contrary, however
autor
 
auxilia
 
auxilio
 
auxilio
 
auxilior
to give help, aid, assist, succor
auxilium
help, aid, assistance, support, succor
averto
to turn away, avert, turn off, remove
avidus
longing eagerly, desirous, eager, greedy
avoco
to call off, call away
barbarus
of strange speech, speaking jargon, unintelligible
bellor
to war, fight
bellum
war
bellus
pretty, handsome, neat, pleasant, fine, agreeable
bene
 
beneficium
a favor, benefit, service, kindness
benignus
kind, good, friendly, pleasing, favorable, benignant
benus
 
bibulus
given to drink, drinking freely
biduus
 
biennium
a period of two years, two years
bini
two by two, two to each, two each, two at a time
bis
twice, at two times, on two occasions
bonum
 
bonum
 
bonus
good
bos
an ox, bull, cow
brevis
short
brutus
heavy, inert, immovable
C
 
cado
to fall, fall down, descend
caedes
a cutting-down
caedo
to cut, hew, cut down, fell, cut off, cut to pieces
caelestis
of heaven, from heaven, of the heavens, heavenly, celestial
caelum
the sky, heaven, heavens, vault of heaven
caesius
cutting, sharp
caetratus
armed with a caetra, shield-bearing
campus
a plain, field, open country, level place
cano
to utter melodious notes, make music, sing, sound, play
capero
 
capesso
to seize eagerly, snatch at, lay hold of
capio
to take in hand, take hold of, lay hold of, take, seize, grasp
Capitolinus
of the Capitol, Capitoline
Capitolium
the Capitol, temple of Jupiter, at Rome
captivus
taken prisoner, captive
capto
to strive to seize, lay hold of, catch at, snatch, chase, hunt, capture
caput
the head
carcer
a prison, jail
caritas
dearness, costliness, high price
carmen
a song, poem, verse, oracular response, prophecy, form of incantation, tune, air, lay, strain, note, sound
cassus
empty, void, hollow
castellum
a castle, fort, citadel, fortress, stronghold
castigo
to set right, correct, chastise, punish, blame, reprove, chide, censure, find fault with
castra
a military camp, encampment
castro
to emasculate
castrum
a fortified place, castle, fort, fortress
casus
a falling, falling down, fall
causa
a cause, reason, motive, inducement, occasion, opportunity
caveo
to be on one's guard, take care, take heed, beware, guard against, avoid
celebro
to frequent, throng, crowd, fill
celer
swift, fleet, quick, speedy
celeritas
swiftness, quickness, speed, celerity
celeriter
quickly, swiftly, speedily, in haste, immediately, promptly
censeo
to tax, assess, rate, estimate
censor
the title of a Roman magistrate, instituted
censura
the office of censor, censorship
census
a registering of citizens and property by the censors, census, appraisement
centum
a hundred
centuria
a division of a hundred, century, company
cerno
to separate, part, sift
certamen
a decisive contest, measuring of forces, struggle, strife, dispute, dissen
certus
determined, resolved, fixed, settled, purposed, certain
cesso
to be remiss, delay, loiter, cease from, stop, give over
ceter
 
ceterum
for the rest, in other respects, else, otherwise
ceterus
the other, remainder, rest
cibus
food, victuals, nutriment, fodder
cieo
to cause to go, move, stir, drive
cincinnatus
with curled hair, wearing ringlets
cingo
to go around, surround, encompass, environ, gird, wreathe, crown
circiter
about, not far from
circito
 
circuitus
a going round, circling, revolving, revolution
circumago
to drive in a circle, turn round
circumdo
to place around, cause to surround, set around
circumeo
to go around, travel around, march around
circummunio
to wall around, fortify, secure
circum-sedeo
 
circumsto
to stand around, take place around
circumvenio
to come around, be around, encircle, encompass, surround
citer
 
cito
to put in quick motion, rouse, excite
civilis
of citizens, civil, civic
civis
a citizen
civitas
the condition of a citizen, citizenship, freedom of the city, membership in the community
clades
destruction, injury, mischief, harm, misfortune, disaster, loss, detriment, calamity
clam
secretly, privately, covertly, in secret
clamito
to cry aloud, bawl, vociferate
clamo
to call, cry out, shout aloud, complain aloud
clamor
a loud call, shout, cry
clarus
clear, bright, shining, brilliant
classis
a class, great division
claudo
to limp
claudus
limping, halting, lame
cliens
a personal dependant, client
coepio
to begin, commence
coeptum
a work begun, beginning, undertaking
coeptus
a beginning, undertaking
coerceo
 
cogitatio
a thinking, considering, deliberating, thought, reflection, meditation, imagination
cogito
to consider thoroughly, ponder, weigh, reflect upon, think
cognitus
known, acknowledged, approved
cognomen
a surname, second-name, family-name
cognosco
to become acquainted with, acquire knowledge of, ascertain, learn, perceive, understand ; perf., to know
cogo
to drive together, collect, crowd, bring together, summon, congregate, convene
cohors
a court, enclosure, yard, pen, cattle-yard
cohorto
 
cohortor
to animate, encourage, advise, incite, exhort, admonish
coitus
sexual union
collis
an elevation, high ground, hill
colloco
 
colloquium
 
colloquor
 
colo
to till, tend, care for, cultivate
colonia
a colony, colonial town, settlement
colonus
a husbandman, tiller of the soil
comitio
 
comitium
a place of assembly, place of meeting
comito
to accompany, attend, follow
commeatus
a going to and fro, passing back and forth
commemoro
to recall to memory, call to mind, be mindful of, keep in mind, remember
commendo
to commit for protection, intrust, confide, deposit with
commissum
an undertaking, enterprise
committo
III, to bring together 
commodum
a very short time before, at this very moment 
commodus
with due measure, full, complete, of full weight
commoveo
To put in violent motion, move, shake, stir
commune
that which is common
communico
to divide with, communicate, impart, share
communio
a community, mutual participation, fellowship
communis
common, general, universal, public
commutatio
a changing, change, alteration
commuto
to alter wholly, change entirely
comparo
to place together, match or se (against), compare
compello
to accost, address
comperio
to obtain knowledge of, find out, ascertain, learn
compleo
to fill up, fill full, fill out, make full, cram, crowd
complures
more than one, not a few, several, a number, many
compono
to bring together, place together, collect, unite, join, connect, aggregate
comporto
to bring in, carry together, collect, accumulate, gather
compositio
a putting together, connecting, arranging, composition
compositus
well - ordered, orderly, regular
comprimo
to press together, bring together, compress, close
conatus
an attempt, effort, undertaking, enterprise, endeavor
concedo
to go away, pass, give way, depart, retire, withdraw, remove
concilio
to bring together, unite, reconcile, make friendly, win over, conciliate
concilium
a meeting, rendezvous
concito
to put in quick motion, rouse, excite, urge, drive, incite, spur, agitate, disturb
conclamo
to cry out together, shout, make acclaim
concordia
an agreeing together, union, harmony, concord
concurro
to run together, assemble, flock together
concursus
a running together, concourse, throng, mob, tumult
condicio
an agreement, stipulation, condition, compact, proposition, terms, demand
conditor
a seasoner, pickler
condo
to put together, make by joining, found, establish, build, settle
confacio
conficio 
confero
To bring together, collect, gather, unite, join
confestim
immediately, speedily, without delay, forthwith, suddenly
conficio
to make ready, make, prepare, bring about, complete, accomplish, execute, consummate, fulfil
confido
to trust, confide, rely upon, believe, be assured
confirmo
to make firm, make strong, establish, strengthen
confligo
to come into collision, dash together
confugio
to flee, take refuge, run for succor
confundo
to pour together, mingle, mix, blend
congredior
to come together, meet, have an interview
conicio
To throw together, unite, collect
conjungo
to join together 
conjunx
-iugis, spouse, mate 
conjuratio
taking an oath, conspiracy 
conjuro
to joint in taking an oath, to join in a plot 
con-laudo
collaudo
conor
to undertake, endeavor, attempt, try, venture, seek, aim, make an effort, begin, make trial of
con-pleo
 
conquaero
 
conquiro
to seek for, hunt up, search out, procure, bring together, collect
conscendo
to mount, ascend, climb
conscio
to be conscious, feel guilty
conscribo
to write together, write in a roll, enroll, enlist, levy
conscriptus
one enrolled
consentio
to agree, accord, harmonize, assert unitedly, determine in common, decree, unite upon
consequor
to follow, follow up, press upon, go after, attend, accompany, pursue
con-sequor
 
consero
 
conservo
to retain, keep safe, maintain, preserve, spare
consido
to sit down, take seats, be seated, settle
consilior
to take counsel, consult
consilium
a council, body of counsellors, deliberative assembly
consisto
to stand still, stand, halt, stop, take a stand, post oneself
conspectus
 
conspicio
to look at attentively, get sight of, descry, perceive, observe, fix eyes upon
conspicor
to get sight of, descry, see, perceive
consterno
to confound, perplex, terrify, alarm, affright, dismay
constituo
to put, place, set, station
constitutum
an agreement, appointment, compact
consto
to agree, accord, be consistent, correspond, fit
con-suesco
 
consuetudo
a custom, habit, use, usage, way, practice, familiarity, experience, tradition, precedent
consul
a consul
consularis
of a consul, consular
consularius
 
consulatus
the office of consul, consulate, consulship
consulo
to meet and consider, reflect, deliberate, take counsel, consult, take care, have regard, look out, be mindful
consulto
 
consultum
deliberation, consideration
consultus
well considered, weighed, deliberated upon, maturely pondered
consumo
to use up, eat, devour
consuo
 
consurgo
to rise, stand up, arise, start up, rise in a body, lift oneself
contabulatio
a structure of planks, flooring, floor, story
contego
to cover, roof, bury
contemno
 
contendo
to stretch, bend, draw tight, strain
contentio
a stretching, straining, exertion, tension, effort, struggle
contignatio
a floor, storey
continens
 
contineo
to hold together, bound, limit, comprise, enclose, surround, environ
contingo
to touch, reach, take hold of, seize
continuo
 
contio
a meeting, assembly, convocation, gathering, audience
contionor
to meet, convene, form an assembly
contra
in opposition, opposite, face to face, in front, on the other side
contraho
to draw together, collect, assemble
contrarius
lying over against, opposite
controversia
a contention, quarrel, question, dispute, controversy, debate
contumelia
insult, abuse, affront, reproach, invective, contumely
conubium
marriage, wedlock
conveho
to carry together, collect, store
convenio
to come together, meet, assemble, gather, come in a body
conventus
a meeting, assembly, throng
converto
to turn round, cause to turn, turn back, reverse, direct
coopto
to choose, elect, admit by election, appoint to office
coorior
to come forth, stand up, arise, appear, rise, break forth
copia
an abundance, ample supply, plenty
copis
a short, curved sword, yataghan
cornu
a horn, antler
cornus
a cornel cherry-tree
corona
a garland, chaplet, wreath
corporo
 
corpus
a body
corvus
a raven
cossus
 
Cossus
 
cottidianus
of every day, daily
cottidie
daily, every day
cratis
wicker-work, a hurdle
creatus
 
creber
thick, close, pressed together, frequent, numerous, repeated
crebro
in quick succession, repeatedly, often, frequently, many times
credo
to give as a loan, lend, make a loan
creo
to bring forth, produce, make, create, beget, give origin to
cresco
to come into being, spring up
crimen
a judgment, charge, accusation, reproach
crimino
 
criminor
to accuse of crime, complain of, impeach, calumniate
crudelis
rude, unfeeling, hard, unmerciful, hard - hearted, cruel, severe, fierce
crudelitas
harshness, severity, cruelty, barbarity
culpa
a fault, error, blame, guilt, failure, defect
cunctus
all in a body, all together, the whole, all, entire
cupiditas
a longing, desire, passion, eagerness
cupidus
longing, desiring, desirous, eager, zealous, wishing, loving, fond
cupio
to long for, desire, wish
cur
why? wherefore? for what reason?
cura
trouble, care, attention, pains, industry, diligence, exertion
curia
a court, curia, association
curio
the priest of a curia
curo
to care for, take pains with, be solicitous for, look to, attend to, regard
curro
to run, move quickly, hasten
currus
a chariot, car, wain, wagon
cursus
a running, course, way, march, passage, voyage, journey
curulis
of a chariot
cuspis
a point, pointed end, blade, head
custodia
a watching, watch, guard, care, protection
custodio
to watch, protect, keep, defend, guard
custos
a guard, watch, preserver, keeper, overseer, protector, defender, attendant
damno
to adjudge guilty, condemn, convict
damnum
hurt, harm, damage, injury, loss
de
from, away from, down from, out of
dea
a goddess
debello
to fight out, fight completely, finish a war
debeo
to withhold, keep back
decedo
to go away, depart, withdraw, retire
decem
ten
decerno
to decide, determine, pronounce a decision, judge, decree, resolve, vote
decerto
to go through a contest, fight out
decimus
the tenth
decretum
a decree, decision, ordinance, vote, resolution
decurro
to run down, hasten down, run, hasten
decus
grace, glory, honor, dignity, splendor, beauty
dedico
to dedicate, consecrate, set apart
deditio
a giving up, surrender, capitulation
dedo
to give away, give up, surrender, deliver, consign, yield, abandon, render
deduco
to lead away, draw out, turn aside, divert, bring out, remove, drive off, draw down
defectio
a failing, failure, want, lack, disappearance
defendo
to ward off, repel, avert, keep off
defensio
a defending, defence
defero
to bring away, carry off, take down, carry, take, remove
defetiscor
to become tired, grow weary, faint
deficio
to withdraw, revolt, desert, fall off
defigo
to fasten, fix, set, drive, set up, plant
defungor
to have done with, acquit oneself of, discharge, perform, finish
deicio
to throw down, hurl down, precipitate, prostrate, raze, fell, cut down, tear down, destroy
deinceps
one after another, in order, in succession
deinde
then, next, thereafter, thence
delectus
picked, choice, select, chosen
deleo
to erase, efface, obliterate, blot out
deminuo
to make smaller, lessen, diminish
demitto
to send down, let down, drop, lower, put down, let fall, sink
demonstro
to point out, indicate, designate, show
demos
 
demum
at length, at last, not till then, just, precisely, only
denique
and thenceforward, and thereafter, at last, at length, finally, lastly, only, not until
denuntio
to announce, declare, denounce, menace, threaten, intimate, order, command
depono
to lay away, put aside, set down, lay, place, set, deposit
depopulor
to lay waste, ravage, plunder, pillage
deposco
to demand, require, request earnestly, call for
deprecor
to avert by prayer, deprecate, plead against, beg to escape, seek to avoid
deprehendo
to take away, seize upon, catch, snatch
deprimo
to press down, weigh down, sink down, depress
descendo
to climb down, come down, descend, fall, sink
desero
to leave, forsake, abandon, desert, give up
desertus
deserted, desert, solitary, lonely, waste
desiderium
a longing, ardent desire, wish, want, grief, regret
desidero
to long for, ask, demand, call for, wish for, desire, require, expect
desisto
to leave off, cease, give over, desist from
desperatio
hopelessness, despair
despero
to be hopeless, have no hope, despair of, give up
despicio
to look down upon
destituo
to set down, set forth, put away, bring forward, leave alone
desum
to be away, be absent, fail, be wanting, be missing
deterreo
to frighten off, deter, discourage, prevent, hinder
detraho
to draw off, take down, pull down, take away, remove, withdraw, drag, bring
detrimentum
that which is worn away
deus
a god, deity
devinco
to conquer completely, overcome, subdue
devoveo
to vow, devote, offer, sacrifice
dexter
to the right, on the right side, right
dextera
the right hand
Diana
the goddess of light and of the moon
dicio
dominion, sovereignty, authority, sway, control, rule
dictator
a dictator, chief magistrate with unlimited power
dictatorius
of a dictator, dictatorial
dictatura
the office of a dictator, dictatorship
dictito
to say often, declare, maintain, assert, insist
dicto
to dictate, suggest, remind
dictum
something said, a saying, word, assertion, remark
dies
a day, civil day
differo
to carry apart, spread abroad, scatter, disperse, separate
difficilis
hard, difficult, troublesome, impracticable, laborious, perilous
difficultas
difficulty, trouble, distress, poverty, want, embarrassment
diffido
to distrust, be diffident, be distrustful, despair
dignitas
worth, merit, desert, character
dignus
worthy, deserving, meritorious, deserved, suitable, fitting, becoming, proper
dilabor
to fall asunder, go to pieces, melt away, dissolve
diligens
industrious, careful, assiduous, attentive, diligent, accurate, scrupulous, faithful
diligentia
attentiveness, earnestness, diligence, industry, assiduity, care, faithfulness
diligo
to single out, value, esteem, prize, love
dimicatio
a fight, combat, struggle, encounter
dimico
to fight, struggle, contend
dimitto
to send different ways, send out, send forth, send about, scatter, distribute
direptor
a plunderer
diripio
to tear asunder, tear in pieces
diruo
to tear asunder, overthrow, demolish, destroy
discedo
to go apart, part asunder, divide, separate, disperse, scatter
discessus
a going asunder, parting
disciplina
instruction, tuition, teaching, training, education
discordia
disunion, disagreement, dissension, variance, discord
discordium
 
discrimen
that which parts, an intervening space, interval, distance, division, separation
discurro
to run different ways, run to and fro, run about, wander, roam
dispono
to place here and there, array, distribute, set in order, arrange, dispose
dispositus
a disposition, arrangement
dissensio
difference of opinion, disagreement, dissension, discord, strife
dissolvo
to take apart, disunite, part, destroy
disto
to stand apart, be separate, be distant
distribuo
to divide, distribute, apportion, spread
diu
by day, all day
dius
godlike, divine, worshipful, adorable
diuturnus
of long duration, lasting, long
dives
rich, wealthy, opulent
divido
to divide, force asunder, part
divinus
of a god, of a deity, divine
divisor
one who distributes
do
to hand over, deliver, give up, render, furnish, pay, surrender
doceo
to cause to know, make aware, teach, instruct, inform, show, prove, convince, tell
documentum
a lesson, example, instance, pattern, warning, evidence, proof, specimen
dolor
pain, smart, ache, suffering, anguish
domesticus
of the house
dominus
a master, possessor, ruler, lord, proprietor, owner
domo
to domesticate, tame, break, subdue, master
domus
a house, dwelling-house, building, mansion, palace
donec
as long as, while
dono
To give as a present, present, bestow, grant, vouchsafe, confer
donum
a gift, present
dubie
without doubt, certainly, unquestionably
dubito
to waver in opinion, be uncertain, be in doubt, be perplexed, doubt, question
dubius
moving two ways, fluctuating
ducenti
 
duco
to lead, conduct, guide, direct, draw, bring, fetch, escort
ductus
a leading, conducting
dulcedo
sweetness, pleasantness, agreeableness, delightfulness, charm
duo
two
duodecim
twelve
duplex
twofold, double
durus
hard
dux
a leader, conductor, guide
eadem
by the same way
edico
to declare, publish, make known, proclaim, order, establish, decree, ordain
edictum
a proclamation, ordinance, edict, manifesto
educo
to bring up, rear, train, educate
effectum
an effect
efficio
to make out, work out, bring to pass, bring about, effect, cause, produce, make, form, execute, finish, complete, accomplish
effundo
to pour out, pour forth, shed, spread abroad
egeo
to be needy, be in want, be poor, need, want, lack, have need
ego
I, me, we, us
egredior
to go out, come forth, march out, go away
egregius
select, extraordinary, distinguished, surpassing, excellent, eminent
eicio
to cast out, thrust out, drive away, put out, eject, expel
elicio
to draw out, entice out, lure forth, bring out, elicit
eligo
to pluck out, root out
eludo
to stop playing, cease to sport
emineo
to stand out, project, reach upward
emitto
to send out, send forth
en
lo! behold! see! there!
enim
for, for instance, namely, that is to say, I mean, in fact
eodem
loci, in the same place
eques
a horseman, rider
equester
of a horseman, equestrian
equidem
verily, truly, indeed, at all events
equitatus
cavalry
equito
to ride, be a horseman, practise riding
equus
a horse, steed, charger
erga
towards, in respect of, in relation to
ergo
in consequence of, on account of, because of, for the sake of
erigo
to raise up, lift, set up, erect, elevate
eripio
to tear out, snatch away, wrest, pluck, tear, take away
error
a wandering, straying, strolling
erumpo
to cause to break forth, emit, throw out
eruptio
a breaking out, bursting forth
et
also, too, besides, moreover, likewise, as well, even
etiam
now too, yet, as yet, even yet, still, even now
etsi
though
evado
to go out, come out, go forth
evenio
to come out, come forth
eventus
an occurrence, accident, event, fortune, fate, lot
evocatus
called out.-- Plur. m
evoco
to call out, call forth, summon, evoke
ex
out of, from
exaudio
to hear clearly, distinguish, discern, hear
excedo
to go out, go forth, depart, retire, withdraw
excello
to be eminent, be superior, surpass, excel
excio
 
excipio
To take out, withdraw
excito
to call out, summon forth, bring out, wake, rouse
excludo
to shut out, exclude, cut off, remove, separate
excubo
to lie out of doors, camp out
exemplum
a sample, specimen
exeo
to go out, go forth, go away, depart, withdraw, retire
exerceo
to drive, keep busy, keep at work, oversee, work, agitate
exhaurio
to draw out, empty, exhaust
exigo
to drive out, push forth, thrust out, take out, expel
exiguus
strict, exact, scanty, small, little, petty, short, poor, mean, inadequate, inconsiderable, paltry
eximius
taken out, excepted, exempt
eximo
to take out, take away, remove
existimo
to value, estimate, reckon
exitus
a going out, going forth, egress, departure
exorior
to come out, come forth, spring up, rise, appear
expedio
to extricate, disengage, let loose, set free, liberate
expeditio
an enterprise against the enemy, expedition, campaign
expeditus
unfettered, unimpeded, unencumbered, without a burden
expello
to drive out, drive away, thrust out, eject, expel
experior
to try, prove, test, experience, endure
expers
having no part in, not sharing in, not privy to
expeto
to seek after, strive for aim at, demand, ask
expleo
to fill up, fill full, fill, stuff
explico
to unfold, uncoil, unroll, unfurl, unclose, spread out, loosen, undo
exploro
to cause to flow forth, bring out, search out, examine, investigate, explore
expono
to put out, set forth, expose, exhibit
exposco
to ask earnestly, beg, request, entreat, implore
exprobro
to reproach with, blame for, find fault, charge, upbraid, reproach
expugno
to take by assault, storm, capture, reduce, subdue
exsequor
to follow to the grave
exsilium
banishment, exile
exsolvo
to loose, unloose, set loose, release, deliver, free
exspecto
to look out for, await, wait for
exstinguo
to put out, quench, extinguish
exsul
a banished person, wanderer, exile
extemplo
immediately, straightway, forthwith, without delay
externus
outward, external
exterreo
to strike with terror, frighten, affright
extra
on the outside, without
extraho
to draw out, draw forth, pull out, drag
extremo
at last, finally
extremum
at last, finally
extremus
outermost, utmost, extreme, farthest, last
exuo
to draw out, take off, pull off, put off
fabula
a narration, narrative
facilis
easy to do, easy, without difficulty
facinus
a deed, act, action, achievement
facio
to make, construct, fashion, frame, build, erect, produce, compose
factio
a making, doing, preparing
factum
a deed, act, exploit, achievement
factus
elaborate, finished, artistic
facultas
capability, possibility, power, means, opportunity, skill, ability
fallo
to trip, cause to fall
fama
a report, rumor, saying, talk, tradition
fames
hunger
familia
the slaves in a household, a household establishment, family servants, domestics
familiaris
of a house, of a household, belonging to a family, household, domestic, private
fanum
a shrine, sanctuary, temple
fas
the dictates of religion, divine law
fascis
a bundle, fagot, fascine, packet, parcel
fastigium
the top of a gable, gable end, pediment
fateor
to confess, own, grant, acknowledge
fatisco
to open in chinks, fall apart, tumble to pieces
fatum
an utterance, prophetic declaration, oracle, prediction
faveo
to be favorable, be well disposed, be inclined towards, favor, promote, befriend, countenance, protect
favor
favor, good-will, inclination, partiality
felix
fruitful, productive
fere
closely, quite, entirely, fully, altogether, just
ferme
closely, quite, entirely, fully, altogether, just
fero
to bear, carry, support, lift, hold, take up
ferociter
courageously, valorously, bravely
ferox
wild, bold, courageous, warlike, spirited, brave, gallant, ferrum
ferus
wild, untamed, uncultivated
fessus
wearied, tired, fatigued, exhausted, worn out, weak, feeble, infirm
fetialis
speaking, negotiating, of an embassy, diplomatic
fido
to trust, confide, put confidence in, rely upon
fiducia
trust, confidence, reliance, assurance
fidus
trusty, trustworthy, faithful, sure, credible
figo
to fix, fasten, drive, thrust in, attach, affix, post, erect, set up
filia
a daughter
filius
a son
finio
to limit, bound, enclose within boundaries
finis
that which divides, a boundary, limit, border
finitimus
bordering upon, adjoining, neighboring
fio
 
firmo
to make firm, strengthen, fortify, sustain
firmus
strong, steadfast, stable, enduring, powerful
flamma
a blazing fire, blaze, flame
flecto
to bend, bow, curve, turn, turn round
flo
to blow
flumen
a flowing, flood, stream, running water
fodio
to dig, dig up
foedo
to make foul, defile, pollute, disfigure, mutilate, mar, deform
for
to speak, say
fors
chance, hap, luck, hazard, accident
forsitan
perhaps, peradventure, it may be that
fortis
strong, powerful, mighty
fortuna
chance, hap, luck, fate, fortune
fortuno
to make prosperous, make happy, speed, further, prosper, bless
forum
an open space, public place, court, market-place
forus
a gangway
fossa
a dilch, trench, fosse
frango
to break in pieces, dash to pieces, shiver, shatter, fracture
frater
a brother
fraus
a cheating, deceit, imposition, fraud
fremo
to roar, resound, growl, murmur, rage, snort, howl
frequens
often, regular, constant, repeated, assiduous
frequento
to visit frequently, frequent, resort to, do frequently, repeat
fretus
leaning, supported, relying, depending, trusting, daring, confident
frons
 
frumentarius
of corn
frumentum
corn, grain, harvested grain
fruor
to derive enjoyment from, enjoy, delight in
frustra
in deception, in error
fuga
a fleeing, flight, running away
fugio
to flee, fly, take flight, run away, make off
fugo
to cause to flee, put to flight, drive off, chase away, rout, discomfit
funditor
a slinger
fungor
to busy oneself, be engaged, perform, execute, administer, discharge, observe, do
funus
a funeral procession, funeral rites, burial, funeral
furio
to drive mad, madden, infuriate
futurus
going to be, yet to be, to come, future
Galli
The priests of Cybele
gallus
a cock, domestic cock
Gallus
of Gaul, Gallic
gaudeo
to rejoice, be glad, be joyful, take pleasure, be pleased, delight
gaudium
inward joy, joy, gladness, delight
gener
a daughter's husband, son-in-law
gens
a race, clan, house
genu
a knee
gero
to bear about, bear, carry, wear, have, hold, sustain
gesta
deeds, acts, achievements
gesto
to bear, carry, have, wear, wield
gladius
a sword
gloria
glory, fame, renown, praise, honor
glorior
to boast, vaunt, glory, brag, pride oneself
gradus
a step, pace, gait, walk
Graecus
of the Greeks, Greek, Grecian
gratia
favor, esteem, regard, liking, love, friendship, partiality
gratulor
to manifest joy, be glad, congratulate, rejoice
gratus
beloved, dear, acceptable, pleasing, agreeable
gravis
heavy, weighty, ponderous, burdensome, loaded, laden, burdened
gravo
to make heavy, load, burden, weigh down, weight, oppress
gubernator
a steersman, helmsman, pilot
habeo
to have, hold, support, carry, wear
habito
to dwell, abide, reside, live
haereo
to hang, stick, cleave, cling, adhere, hold fast, be fixed, sit fast, remain close
hasta
a staff, rod, pole
haud
not, not at all, by no means
haudquaquam
by no means whatever, not at all
Hercules
a son of Jupiter and Alcmena, and god of strength
hiemo
to winter, pass the winter, keep winter-quarters
hiems
the winter, winter time, rainy season
hinc
from this place, hence
hodie
to-day
homo
a human being, man, person
honoro
to honor, respect, adorn, ornament, embellish, decorate
honorus
conferring honor, honorable
hora
an hour
hordeum
barley
horreo
to stand on end, stand erect, bristle, be rough
hortor
to urge, press, incite, instigate, encourage, cheer, exhort
hospitium
a hospitable reception, entertainment
hostilis
of an enemy, enemy's, hostile
hostis
a stranger, foreigner
huc
to this place, hither
humanus
of man, human
humilis
low, lowly, small, slight
ibi
in that place, there
ictus
a blow, stroke, stab, cut, thrust, bite, sting, wound
idem
the same
identidem
again and again, repeatedly, often, now and then, at intervals, ever and anon, continually, constantly, habitually
idoneus
fit, meet, proper, becoming, suitable, apt, capable, convenient, sufficient
igitur
then, therefore, thereupon, accordingly, consequently
ignarus
ignorant, not knowing, unacquainted with, unskilled in, inexperienced, unaware
ignis
fire
ignominia
disgrace, dishonor, ignominy
ignoro
not to know, to be unacquainted, be ignorant, mistake
ignosco
to pardon, forgive, excuse, overlook, allow, indulge, make allowance
illa
in that way, in that direction, there
ille
dem
imago
an imitation, copy, image, representation, likeness, statue, bust, picture
imbellis
unwarlike, unfit for war, peaceful, fond of peace
immemor
unmindful, not thinking, forgetful, regardless, negligent, heedless
immineo
to project over, lean towards, hang down over, overhang, overarch
immitto
to send in, let in, throw into, admit, introduce
immortalis
undying, immortal
impar
uneven, unequal, dissimilar
impedimentum
a hinderance, impediment
impedio
to entangle, ensnare, shackle, hamper, hinder, hold fast
impello
To strike against, push, drive, smite, strike, reach
imperator
a commander-in-chief, general
imperium
a command, order, direction, injunction
impero
to command, order, enjoin, bid, give an order
impetro
to gain one's end, achieve, bring to pass, effect, get, obtain, procure
impetus
an attack, assault, onset
impiger
not indolent, diligent, active, quick, unwearied, indefatigable, energetic
impleo
to fill up, fill full, make full, fill
imploro
to invoke with tears
impono
to place upon, set on, impose, establish, introduce, set, place
impotens
powerless, impotent, weak, feeble, helpless
imprudens
not foreseeing, not expecting, without knowing, unaware, unsuspecting, ignorant, inconsiderate, heedless, inadvertent
incautus
incautious, improvident, inconsiderate, heedless, reckless
incedo
to advance, march, proceed, stride, move, stalk, strut
incendium
a burning, fire, conflagration
incendo
to set fire to, kindle, burn
incertus
not fixed, unsettled, undetermined
incesso
to fall upon, assault, assail, attack
incipio
to take hold, take in hand, begin
incito
to set in rapid motion
inclino
to cause to lean, bend, incline, turn, divert
incolo
to be at home, abide, dwell
incolumis
unimpaired, uninjured, unharmed, safe, sound, entire, whole
incolumis
unimpaired, uninjured, unharmed, safe, sound, entire, whole
incommodum
inconvenience, trouble, disadvantage, detriment, injury, misfortune, loss
incommodus
inconvenient, unsuitable, unfit, unseasonable, troublesome, disagreeable
increpo
to sound, resound, rustle, patter, rattle, whiz
incursio
a running against, onset, assault, attack
incursus
a running to, hurried approach, rush, dash
inde
from that place, thence
indicium
a notice, information, discovery, disclosure, charge, evidence
indictus
not said, unsaid
indignatio
displeasure, indignation, disdain
indignitas
unworthiness, vileness, shamefulness
indignor
to deem unworthy, be indignant, despise, resent, be offended
indignus
unworthy, undeserving, unfit
indo
to put into, insert
induco
to lead in, bring in, introduce, conduct, lead up, bring forward
indutiae
a suspension of hostitities, truce, armistice
ineo
to go into, enter
inermis
unarmed, without weapons, defenceless
infelix
unfruitful, not fertile, barren
infensus
hostile, inimical, enraged
infero
to bring in, introduce, bring to, carry in
inferus
below, beneath, underneath, lower
infesto
to annoy, disturb, infest
infestus
made unsafe, disturbed, molested, infested, unquiet, unsafe
infimo
 
infimus
lowest, last
infirmus
not strong, weak, feeble, infirm
inflo
to blow into, blow, inflate, swell
ingenium
innate quality, nature, temperament, constitution
ingens
not natural, immoderate, vast, huge, prodigious, enormous, great, remarkable
ingredior
to advance, go forward, march, proceed
inimicitia
enmity, hostility
inimicus
unfriendly, hostile, inimical
iniquus
uneven, slanting, steep
initio
to begin, initiate, consecrate, admit
initium
a going in, entrance
innoxius
harmless, innoxious
inopia
want, lack, scarcity
inops
without resources, helpless, weak
inquam
to say
insequor
to follow, follow after, come next
insidiae
a snare, trap
insigne
a mark, indication, proof, sign, token, signal
insignio
to mark, make conspicuous, distinguish
insignis
distinguished by a mark, remarkable, noted, eminent, distinguished, prominent, extraordinary
instituo
to put in place, plant, fix, set
institutum
a purpose, intention, design
insto
to stand upon, take a position
instruo
to build in, insert
insula
an island, isle
insuper
above, on the top, overhead
intactus
untouched, uninjured, intact
integer
untouched
intego
to cover over
integro
to make whole
intellego
to come to know, see into, perceive, understand, discern, comprehend, gather
intendo
to stretch out, reach forth, extend
intentus
 
inter
between, betwixt
intercedo
to come between, intervene, be between
intercessio
a mediation, suretyship
intercludo
to shut out, shut off, cut off, hinder, stop, block up, intercept
interdum
sometimes, occasionally, now and then
interea
meanwhile, in the meantime, in the interim
intereo
to go among, be lost
interficio
to put out of the way, destroy, bring to naught
interim
meanwhile, in the meantime
interior
inner, interior, middle
intermitto
to leave off, intermit, omit, suspend, interrupt, neglect
interpello
to interrupt, break in upon
interpono
to put between, place among, interpose, insert, intersperse
interpretor
to explain, expound, interpret, understand, conclude, infer, comprehend
interregnum
an interval between two reigns, interregnum
interrogo
to ask, question, inquire, interrogate
interrumpo
to break apart, break off, interrupt, break to pieces, break up
intersum
to be between, lie between
intervallum
the space between palisades, an intermediate space, interval, distance
intervenio
to come between, come upon, come in, intervene, interrupt
introduco
to lead in, bring in, introduce, conduct within, admit
intueor
to look upon, look closely at, gaze at
inultus
without satisfaction, unavenged, unrevenged, not vindicated
invado
to go into, enter
inveho
to carry in, bring to, introduce
invenio
to come upon, find, meet with, light upon
inventum
an acquisition
invictus
unconquered, unsubdued, unconquerable, invincible
invideo
to look askance at, cast an evil eye upon
invidia
envy, grudge, jealousy, ill-will, prejudice
inviso
to look after, go to see, visit
invitus
against the will, unwilling, reluctant, perforce, on compulsion
ipse
Self, in person
ira
anger, wrath, rage, ire, passion, indig nation
iracundia
a proneness to anger, hasty temper, irascibility
irascor
to be angry, be in a rage
is
he, she, it, the one mentioned
iste
this, that, he, she
ita
in this manner, in this wise, in such a way, so, thus, accordingly, as has been said
item
likewise, besides, also, further, moreover, too, as well
iter
a going, walk, way
itero
to do a second time, repeat
iterum
again, a second time, once more, anew
itis
 
ito
to go
Iulius
Julian, of Julius
Iuppiter
Jupiter, Jove, son of Saturn, brother and husband of Juno, chief of the gods, god of the sky
labo
to totter, be ready to fall, begin to sink, give way, be loosened
laboro
to labor, take pains, endeavor, exert oneself, strive
lacesso
to excite, provoke, challenge, exasperate, irritate
lacrima
a tear
lacus
an opening, hollow, lake, pond, pool
Laelius
 
laetitia
joy, exultation, rejoicing
laetus
joyful, cheerful, glad, gay, joyous, rejoicing, happy, pleased, delighted, full of joy
laevus
left, on the left side
lapis
a stone
largitio
a giving freely, granting, bestowing, dispensing, generosity, largess
lassitudo
faintness, weariness, heaviness, lassitude
lateo
to lurk, lie hid, be concealed, escape notice, skulk
later
a brick, tile
latericius
made of bricks
Latinae
the festival of the Latins, Latin holidays
Latinus
of Latium, Latin
latitudo
breadth, width
Latius
of Latium, Latin, Roman
lator
a bringer
laudo
to praise, laud, commend, honor, extol, eulogize, approve
laus
praise, commendation, glory, fame, renown, esteem
legatio
the office of ambassador, embassy, legation
legatum
a bequest, legacy
legatus
an ambassador, legate
legio
a body of soldiers, legion
legionarius
of a legion, legionary
lenis
soft, smooth, mild, gentle, easy, calm
lex
a formal proposition for a law, motion, bill
liber
free, unrestricted, unrestrained, unimpeded, unembarrassed, unshackled
liberator
a freer, deliverer, liberator
liberi
free persons
libero
to set free, free, liberate, manumit
libertas
freedom, liberty, absence of restraint, permission
libet
it pleases, is pleasing, is agreeable
libido
pleasure, desire, eagerness, longing, fancy, inclination
libo
to take out as a sample, take a little of
licentia
freedom, liberty, license, leave
liceo
to be for sale, be priced, be valued
liceor
to bid, make a bid
licet
It is lawful, is allowed, is permitted
lictor
a lictor, official attendant upon a magistrate
lignum
gathered wood, firewood
lingua
the tongue
littera
a letter, alphabetical sign, written sign of a sound
litus
the sea-shore, sea-side, beach, strand
loco
to place, put, lay, set, dispose, arrange
locus
a place, spot
longinquus
far removed, far off, remote, distant
longus
long, extended
loquor
to speak, talk, say, tell, mention, utter
Lucanus
of Lucania
luceo
to be light, be clear, shine, beam, glow, glitter
ludibrium
a mockery, derision, wantonness
ludo
to play, play at a game
ludus
a play, game, diversion
lux
light, brightness
maestus
full of sadness, sad, sorrowful, dejected, melancholy, gloomy, despondent
magister
a master, chief, head, superior, director, president, leader, commander, conductor
magistratus
the office of master, magisterial office, civil office, magistracy
magnificus
great, elevated, noble, distinguished, eminent, august
magnitudo
greatness, size, bulk, magnitude
magnopere
very much, greatly, exceedingly, particularly
malo
to choose rather, prefer
malus
an upright pole, beam, mast
mandatum
a charge, commission, injunction, command, order
maneo
to stay, remain, abide, tarry
manipulus
a handful, bundle
Manlius
a gentile name
mano
to flow, run, trickle, drop, drip
manus
a hand
mare
the sea
maritimus
of the sea, sea-, marine, maritime
Mars
Mars, father of Romulus and god of war, with whose month, Martius, the Roman year began
Martius
of Mars
mater
a mother
materia
stuff, matter, material, timber, substance
matrona
a married woman, wife, matron
maturo
to make ripe, ripen, bring to maturity
maturus
ripe, mature
maxime
in the highest degree, most particularly, especially, exceedingly, altogether, very
maximus
large, great, big, high, tall, long, broad, extensive, spacious
mediocris
of middling size, medium, middling, moderate, ordinary
medium
the middle, midst, centre, interval, intervening space
medius
in the middle, in the midst, mid, mean, middle
memini
I remember, recollect, think of, am mindful of, bear in mind
memor
mindful, remembering, heedful
memorabilis
that may be told, heard of, credible
memoria
memory, remembrance
memoro
to bring to remembrance, mention, recount, relate, speak of, say, tell
Menenius
 
mens
the mind, disposition, feeling, character, heart, soul
mensis
a month
mentio
a calling to mind, making mention, mentioning, naming, mention
mentior
to invent, assert falsely, lie, cheat, deceive, pretend
merces
price, hire, pay wages, salary, fee, reward
mereo
to deserve, merit, be entitled to, be worthy of
mereor
to deserve, merit, be entitled to
meritum
a merit, service, kindness, benefit, favor
metuo
to fear, be afraid, stand in fear, be apprehensive
metus
fear, dread, apprehension, anxiety
meus
of me, my, mine, belonging to me, my own
miles
a soldier
militaris
of a soldier, of war
militia
military service, warfare, war
milito
to be a soldier, perform military service, serve as a soldier
milium
millet
mille
a thousand, ten hundred
mina
a silver mina
minae
projecting points, pinnacles
minime
least of all, in the smallest degree, least, very little
minimus
least, smallest, very small, minute, trifling, insignificant
ministerium
an office, attendance, service, ministry, occupation, work, labor, employment, administration
minuo
to make small, lessen, diminish, divide into small pieces
miraculum
a marvellous thing, wonder, marvel, miracle
miror
to wonder, marvel, be astonished, be amazed, admire
misceo
to mix, mingle, intermingle, blend
miser
wretched, unfortunate, miserable, pitiable, lamentable, in distress
miserabilis
pitiable, miserable, deplorable, lamentable, wretched, sad
misericordia
tenderheartedness, pity, compassion, sympathy, mercy
missus
a sending away, sending, despatching
mitis
mild, mellow, mature, ripe
mitto
to cause to go, let go, send, send off, despatch
moderatio
a controlling, guidance, government, regulation
modestia
moderation
modo
by a measure, with a limit
modus
a measure, extent, quantity
moenia
defensive walls, ramparts, bulwarks, city walls
moles
a shapeless mass, huge bulk, weight, pile, load
molo
to grind
momentum
a movement, motion
moneo
to remind, put in mind of, admonish, advise, warn, instruct, teach
mons
a mountain, mount, range of mountains
monumentum
that which brings to mind, a remembrancer, memorial, monument
morbus
a sickness, disease, disorder, distemper, ailment, illness, malady
morior
to die, expire
moror
to delay, tarry, stay, wait, remain, linger, loiter
mors
death
mortalis
subject to death, destined to die, mortal
mortuus
dead
morum
a mulberry
morus
a mulberry-tree
mos
a will, way, habit, manner, fashion, caprice, humor
motus
a moving, motion
moveo
to move, stir, set in motion, shake, disturb, remove
mox
soon, anon, directly, presently, by and by
muliebris
of a woman, womanly, feminine
mulier
a woman, female
multa
much, very, exceedingly, greatly, earnestly
multiplex
with many folds, much-winding
multitudo
a great number, multitude, crowd, throng
multo
by much, much, a great deal, far, by far
munia
duties, functions, official duties
municipium
a free town, town whose people were Roman citizens, governed by their own laws and magistrates
munimentum
a defence, fortification, intrenchment, rampart, bulwark, protection
munio
to wall, defend with a wall, fortify, defend, protect, secure, strengthen
munitio
a defending, fortifying, protecting
munitus
defended, fortified, protected, secured, safe
munus
a service, office, post, employment, function, duty
murus
a wall, city wall
mus
a mouse
musculus
a little mouse
mutatus
different, successive
nam
for
nanciscor
to get, obtain, receive, meet with, stumble on, light on, find
nascor
to be born, begin life, be produced, proceed, be begotten
natura
birth
natus
birth, age, years
navale
 
navalis
of ships, ship-, nautical, naval
navigium
a vessel, ship, bark, boat
navigo
to sail, cruise
navis
a ship
navo
to do zealously, perform diligently, accomplish, effect, prosecute
navus
busy, diligent, assiduous, active
ne
no
necessarius
unavoidable, inevitable, indispensable, pressing, needful, requisite, necessary, compulsory
necessarius
unavoidable, inevitable, indispensable, pressing, needful, requisite, necessary, compulsory
necesse
unavoidable, inevitable, indispensable, necessary
necessitas
unavoidableness, inevitableness, necessity, compulsion, force, exigency
necessitudo
necessity, compulsion, inevitableness, want, need, distress
neco
to kill, slay, put to death, destroy
necopinatus
unexpected
necto
to bind, tie, fasten, join, fasten together, connect
nefandus
unmentionable, impious, heinous, execrable, abominable
nefas
something contrary to divine law, an impious deed, sin, crime
neglego
to disregard, not heed, not trouble oneself about, not attend to, slight, neglect, be regardless of, be indifferent to
nego
to say no, deny, refuse
negotior
to carry on business, do wholesale business, act as banker
negotium
a business, employment, occupation, affair
nemo
no man, no one, nobody
neo
to spin
nepos
a grandson, child's son
nequaquam
in no wise, by no means, not at all
nequeo
not to be able, to be unable, cannot
neuter
neither the one nor the other, neither
neve
and not, nor, and that not, and lest
ni
not
nimis
beyond measure, too much, overmuch, excessively, too
nimius
beyond measure, excessive, too great, too much
nisi
if not, unless
nitor
 
nobilis
that is known, well-known, famous, noted, celebrated, renowned
nobilitas
celebrity, fame, renown
nobilito
to make known, render famous, make renowned
noceo
to do harm, inflict injury, hurt
nocturnus
of night, by night, nocturnal
nolo
to wish . . . not, will . . . not, not to wish, to be unwilling
nomen
a means of knowing, name, appellation
nomino
to call by name, name, give a name to
non
not, by no means, not at all
nondum
not yet
nonnullus
some, several
nonus
the ninth
nosco
to get knowledge of, become acquainted with, come to know, learn, discern
noster
our, our own, ours, of us
novo
to make new, renew, renovate
novum
 
novus
new, not old, young, fresh, recent
nox
night
noxa
hurt, harm, injury
nudo
to make naked, strip, bare, lay bare, expose, uncover
nudus
naked, bare, unclothed, stripped, uncovered, exposed
nullus
not any, none, no
num
now
numen
a nod
numero
to count, enumerate, reckon, number, take account of
numerus
a number
numquam
at no time, never
nunc
now, at present, at this time
nuntia
a female messenger, she that brings tidings
nuntio
to announce, declare, report, relate, narrate, make known, inform, give intelligence of
nuntius
that announces, making known, informing
nuper
newly, lately, recently, freshly, not long ago, just
nusquam
nowhere, in no place
ob
towards, to
obeo
to go, go to meet, go in opposition
obicio
to throw before, throw to, cast, offer, present, expose
obliviscor
to forget
obnoxius
liable, addicted, guilty
oboedio
to give ear, hearken, listen
obruo
to overwhelm, overthrow, cover, cover over, hide, bury
obsecro
to beseech, entreat, implore, supplicate, conjure
ob-sedeo
 
obsidio
a siege, investment, blockade
obsido
to beset, invest, besiege, blockade
obsto
to stand before, be opposite
obtineo
to hold fast, have, occupy, possess, preserve, keep, maintain
obtrunco
to cut down, cut to pieces, kill, slay, slaughter
obviam
in the way, towards, against, to meet, in face of
obvius
in the way, so as to meet, meeting, to meet
occaedes
 
occasio
an opportunity, fit time, occasion, convenient season, favorable moment
occulo
to cover, cover over
occupo
to take into possession, seize, occupy, master, win
occurro
to run up, run to meet, go to meet, meet, fall in with
octavus
the eighth
octo
eight
oculus
an eye
odi
to hate
odium
hatred, grudge, ill-will, animosity, enmity, aversion
offendo
to hit
officio
to come in the way of, hinder, oppose, thwart, obstruct
officium
a service, kindness, favor, courtesy
omen
a foreboding, prognostic, harbinger, sign, token, omen
omitto
to let go, let loose, let fall
omnino
altogether, wholly, entirely, utterly, at all
omnis
all, every
onerarius
of burden, of transport, for freight
onero
to load, burden, fill, freight
onus
a load, burden
opera
service, pains, exertion, effort, work, labor
operio
to cover, cover over
opinio
opinion, supposition, conjecture, fancy, belief, expectation
oportet
it is necessary, is proper, is becoming, behooves
oppido
very, very much, completely, exceedingly, exactly, precisely
oppidum
a town, city, collection of dwellings
oppono
to set against, set before, place opposite, oppose
opportunitas
fitness, convenience, suitableness
opportunus
fit, meet, adapted, convenient, suitable, seasonable, opportune
opprimo
to press against, press together, press down, close
oppugnatio
a storming, besieging, attack, assault, siege
oppugno
to fight against, attack, assail, assault, storm, besiege, war with
ops
aid, help, support, assistance, succor
optimum
 
opto
to choose, select, prefer
opulentus
rich, wealthy, opulent
opus
work, labor, toil
oratio
a speaking, speech, discourse, language, faculty of speech, use of language
orator
a speaker, orator
ordino
to order, set in order, arrange, adjust, dispose, regulate
ordior
to begin a web, lay the warp, begin, commence, make a beginning, set about, undertake
ordo
a row, line, series, order, rank
origo
a beginning, commencement, source, start, descent, lineage, birth, origin
orior
to arise, rise, stir, get up
orno
to fit out, furnish, provide, supply, equip, get ready, prepare
oro
to speak
ostendo
to stretch out, spread before, expose to view, show, point out, exhibit, display
ostento
to present to view, show, exhibit
otium
leisure, vacant time, freedom from business
ovo
to exult, rejoice
pabulor
to forage
pabulum
food, nourishment, food for cattle, fodder, pasturage, grass
pacatum
 
paciscor
to agree together, bargain, contract, agree, covenant, stipulate, transact
pactus
agreed, settled, determined, covenanted, stipulated
paene
nearly, almost, as I may say
paeniteo
to make sorry, cause to repent
pala
a spade
par
equal
parco
to act sparingly, be sparing, spare, refrain from, use moderately
pareo
to appear, be visible, be at hand
paries
a wall
pario
to bring forth, bear, give birth, drop, lay, spawn, produce
pariter
equally, in an equal degree, in like manner, as well, as much, alike
parito
 
pars
a part, piece, portion, share, division, section
partio
to share, part, distribute, apportion, divide
partior
to share, part, distribute, apportion, divide
parum
too little, not enough, insufficiently
parumper
for a little while, for a short time, a while, a moment
parvus
little, small, petty, puny, inconsiderable
pasco
to cause to eat, feed, supply with food
passim
spread, scattered about far and wide, at different places, generally, in every direction, at random
pastor
a herdsman, shepherd
patefacio
to lay open, open, throw open
pateo
to stand open, lie open, be open
pater
a father, sire
paternus
of a father, fatherly, paternal
patior
to bear, support, undergo, suffer, endure
patria
a fatherland, native land, own country, native place
patricius
of fatherly dignity, of senatorial rank, of the patricians, patrician, noble
patro
to bring to pass, execute, perform, achieve, accomplish, bring about, effect, finish, conclude
paucitas
a small number, fewness, scarcity, paucity
paucus
few, little
paulatim
by little and little, by degrees, gradually
paulum
a little, somewhat
paulus
little, small
paveo
to be struck with fear, be in terror, tremble, quake with fear, be afraid, be terrified
pavidus
trembling, quaking, fearful, timid, timorous, shy
pavor
a trembling, quaking, shaking, terror, anxiety, fear, dread, alarm
pax
a compact, agreement, treaty, peace, treaty of peace, reconciliation
pectus
a breast, breast-bone
pecunia
property, riches, wealth
pedes
a foot-traveller, walker
pedo
to break wind
pedum
a shepherd's crook, sheephook
pello
to beat, strike, knock, push, drive, hurl, impel, propel
Penates
the Penates, guardian gods of the family, household gods
penetro
to enter, penetrate, betake oneself
penis
a tail
per
through, across, through the midst of, from side to side of, traversing
perago
to thrust through, pierce through, transfix
percello
to beat down, throw down, overturn, upset
percutio
to strike through and through, thrust through, pierce, transfix
perduco
to lead through, lead, bring, conduct, guide
peregrinus
from foreign parts, strange, foreign, exotic, alien
pereo
to pass away, come to nothing, vanish, disappear, be lost
perfero
to bear through, bring home
perficio
to achieve, execute, carry out, accomplish, perform, despatch, bring about, bring to an end, finish, complete
perfuga
a deserter
perfugio
to flee for refuge
pergo
to go on, proceed, press on, hasten, continue, go forward, march, make haste
periculum
a trial, experiment, attempt, test, proof, essay
perinde
in the same manner, just as, quite as, equally, in like manner, just so
peritus
experienced, practised, trained, skilled, skilful, expert
permaneo
to stay, hold out, last, continue, abide, be permanent, endure, remain, persist, persevere
permitto
to let pass, let go, let loose
permoveo
to move deeply, rouse, excite, agitate, influence, lead, induce, prevail on
perpello
to drive, urge, force, compel, constrain, prevail upon
perpetior
to bear steadfastly, suffer firmly, stand out, abide, endure, be patient
perpetuus
continuous, unbroken, uninterrupted, constant, entire, whole, perpetual
perrumpo
to break through, force a way through, get across
perscribo
to write in full, write at length, write out
persequor
to follow perseveringly, follow after, follow up, pursue
persevero
to abide, adhere strictly, continue steadfastly, persist, persevere
perterreo
to frighten thoroughly, terrify
pertinax
persevering, unyielding, obstinate, pertinacious, stubborn
pertineo
to stretch out, reach, extend
perturbo
to confuse, disturb, confound, throw into disorder
pervenio
to come up, arrive
pes
a foot
pestilens
pestilential, infected, unhealthy, unwholesome
pestilentia
an infectious disease, plague, pest, pestilence
peto
to strive for, seek, aim at, repair to, make for, travel to
piaculum
a means of appeasing, sin-offering, propitiatory sacrifice
pilum
a heavy javelin, pilum
pius
dutiful, pious, devout, conscientious, religious
placeo
to please, give pleasure, be approved, be pleasing, be agreeable, be acceptable, suit, satisfy
placo
to quiet, soothe, assuage, allay, appease
plebeius
of the common people, of the populace, plebeian
plebs
the common people, commons, commonalty, plebeians, folk
plenus
full, filled
plurimus
most, very much, very many
pluteus
a penthouse, shed, mantlet
poena
indemnification, compensation, recompense, retribution, satisfaction, expiation, punishment, penalty, price
polleo
to be strong, be powerful, flourish, thrive, be able, prevail, avail
polliceor
to hold forth, offer, promise
pollicitatio
a promising, promise
pono
to put down, set down, put, place, set, fix, lay, deposit
pons
a bridge
pontifex
a high-priest, pontiff, pontifex
pontus
the sea
populabundus
laying waste, ravaging
popularis
of the people, proceeding from the people, popular, general, common
populatio
a laying waste, ravaging, plundering, spoiling, devastation
populor
to lay waste, ravage, devastate, spoil, plunder, pillage
porta
a city-gate, gate
portendo
to point out, indicate, reveal, foretell, predict, presage, portend
porto
to bear, carry, convey, take
portus
a harbor, haven, port
posco
to ask urgently, beg, demand, request, desire
possessio
a taking possession of, seizing, occupying, taking
possum
to be able, have power, can
postea
after this, after that, hereafter, thereafter, afterwards, later
postquam
after that, after, as soon as, when
postremo
at last, finally, last of all
postulo
to ask, demand, claim, require, request, desire
postumus
last, latest-born, late-born
potens
able, mighty, strong, powerful, potent
potestas
ability, power, capacity, force
potio
a drinking
potior
to become master of, take possession of, get, obtain, acquire, receive
potis
able, capable
praebeo
to hold forth, reach out, proffer, offer, tender
praecipio
to take beforehand, get in advance
praecipito
to throw headlong, cast down, hurl down, precipitate
praecipuus
taken before others, particular, peculiar, especial
praecludo
to shut off, shut, close
praeco
a crier, herald
praeda
property taken in war, booty, spoil, plunder, pillage
praedator
a plunderer, pillager
praedo
one that makes booty, a plunderer, robber
praedor
to make booty, plunder, spoil, rob
praefectus
an overseer
praefero
to bear before, carry in front, hold forth
praeficio
to set over, place in authority over, place at the head, appoint to command
praemitto
to send forward, despatch in advance
praemium
an advantage, prerogative, favor, license, privilege
Praenestinus
 
praeoccupo
to seize upon beforehand, preoccupy
praeparo
to make ready beforehand, prepare, equip, make preparations
praesens
at hand, in sight, present, in person
praesentia
a being at hand, presence
praesentio
to feel beforehand, perceive in advance, have a presentiment of, presage, divine
praesertim
especially, chiefly, principally, particularly
praesidium
defence, protection, guardianship, help, aid, assistance
praesum
to be before, be set over, preside over, rule, have charge of, command, superintend
praeterea
in addition, beyond this, further, besides, moreover
praetereo
to go by, go past, pass by, pass
praeterquam
beyond, besides, except, other than, save
praetor
a leader, head, chief, president, chief magistrate, chief executive, commander
praetorium
the general's tent
praetorius
of the praetor, of praetors, praetorian
pravus
crooked, distorted, misshapen, deformed
precor
to ask, beg, entreat, pray, supplicate, request, call upon, beseech, sue
premo
to press
pretium
a price, money value, value in exchange
prex
a prayer, request, entreaty
pridie
on the day before, the previous day
primo
at first, at the beginning, first, in the first place
primoris
the first, first, foremost
primus
the first, first
princeps
first in order, foremost
principium
a beginning, commencement, origin
prior
former, previous, prior, first
priscus
of former times, of old, olden, ancient, primitive, antique
pristinus
former, early, original, primitive, pristine
privatim
apart from State affairs, as an individual, in private, privately, in a private capacity
privatus
apart from the State, peculiar, personal, individual, private
privo
to bereave, deprive, rob, strip
probo
to make good, esteem good, approve, esteem, commend
procedo
to go before, go forward, advance, proceed, march on, move forward, go forth
procul
in the distance, at a distance, away, apart, far, afar off, from afar
procurro
to run forth, rush forward, charge
prodeo
to go forth, come forth, come forward
prodigium
a prophetic sign, token, omen, portent, prodigy
proditio
a betrayal, treason, treachery
prodo
to put forth, exhibit, reveal
produco
to lead forth, lead forward, bring out
proelior
to join battle, engage in battle, fight
proelium
a battle, combat
profectio
a going away, setting out, departure
profectus
advance, effect, increase, profit, success
profero
to carry out, bring forth, produce
proficio
to make headway, advance, make progress, have success, profit, succeed, effect, accomplish
proficiscor
to set forward, set out, start, go, march, depart
profiteor
to declare publicly, own freely, acknowledge, avow, confess openly, profess
profugio
to flee, run away, escape
progredior
to come forth, go forth, go forward, go on, advance
progressus
a going forward, advance, progress
prohibeo
to hold before, hold back, keep away, check, restrain, hinder, prevent, avert, keep off, debar
proinde
hence, therefore, accordingly, then
promiscuus
mixed, without distinction, in common, indiscriminate, promiscuous
promitto
to let go, put forth, let hang down, let grow
promulgo
to bring forward publicly, propose openly, publish, promulgate
pronuntio
to make publicly known, publish, proclaim, announce
prope
near, nigh
propero
to make haste, hasten, be quick, be in haste, go quickly
properus
quick, speedy, hastening
propinquitas
nearness, vicinity, proximity, propinquity
propinquus
near, nigh, neighboring
propono
to put forth, set forth, lay out, place before, expose to view, display
propositum
that which is proposed, a plan, intention, design, resolution, purpose
propugno
to go forth to fight, sally, make sorties
prosequor
to follow, accompany, attend, follow after, escort
prosperus
according to hope, as desired, favorable, fortunate, prosperous
protego
to cover before, hide in front, cover over, cover, protect, shelter
protinus
right onward, forward, farther on, onward
provideo
to see in advance, discern, descry
provincia
an office, duty, pursuit, charge, business, province
provocatio
a citation before a higher tribunal, appeal
provoco
to call forth, call out, summon
proximo
very lately, shortly
proximus
the nearest, next
publico
to make public, adjudge to public use, confiscate
publicus
of the people, of the state, done for the state, public, common
pudicitia
shamefastness, modesty, chastity, virtue
pudor
a shrinking from blame, desire of approval, shame, shamefastness, modesty, decency, propriety
puella
a female child, girl, maiden, lass
puer
a male child, boy, lad, young man
pugna
a hand-to-hand fight, fight at close quarters, battle, combat, action, engagement
pugno
to fight, combat, give battle, engage, contend
purgo
to free from what is superfluous, make clean, make pure, clean, cleanse, purify
puto
to clean, cleanse, trim, prune
qua
on which side, at which place, in what direction, where, by what way
quacumque
by whatever way, wherever, wheresoever
quadraginta
forty
quaero
to seek, look for
quaeso
to beg, pray, beseech, entreat
quaestio
a questioning, examination, inquiry, investigation
quaestor
a quaestor
qualis
how constituted, of what sort, of what nature, what kind of a
quam
Relat., in what manner, to what degree, how greatly, how, how much
quamquam
though, although, albeit, notwithstanding that
quando
at what time? when?
quanto
by how much, by as much as, according as
quantum
as much as, so much as, to as great an extent
quantus
Relat
quartum
for the fourth time
quartus
the fourth
quattuor
four
queo
to be able, can
queror
to express grief, complain, lament, bewail
quia
because
quicumque
rel., whoever, whatever, whosoever, whatsoever, every one who, everything that, all that
quidam
a certain, a kind of, as one might say
quidem
assuredly, certainly, in fact, indeed
quies
a lying still, rest, repose, inaction, freedom from exertion
quiesco
to rest, repose, keep quiet, be inactive, be at peace
quin
why not? wherefore not?
quintus
the fifth
quippe
of course, as you see, obviously, as one might expect, naturally, by all means
Quiris
the inhabitants of Cures, Quirites
quirito
to call the Quirites, call to the rescue, wail
quisnam
who then? who in the world? which, I insist? what, pray?
quisque
whoever it be, whatever, each, each one, every, everybody, every one, everything
quoad
as far as
quonam
whither pray?
quondam
at some time, at one time, once, heretofore, formerly, on a time
quoniam
since now, since then, since, seeing that, as, because, whereas
quoque
also, too
quot
how many?
radix
a root
rapio
to seize and carry off, snatch, tear, pluck, drag, hurry away
raptim
snatchingly, hastily, suddenly, speedily, hurriedly
rarus
of loose texture, thin, rare, not thick
ratio
a reckoning, numbering, casting up, account, calculation, computation
ratis
a raft, float
rebello
to wage war again, revolt, rebel
receptum
an engagement, obligation, guaranty
receptus
a taking back, retraction, recantation
recipio
To take back, bring back, carry back, retake, get back, regain, recover
reconcilio
to procure again, regain, recover, restore, re-establish
recuso
to make an objection against, decline, reject, refuse, be reluctant to do
reddo
To give back, return, restore
redeo
to go back, turn back, return, turn around
redigo
to drive back, force back, lead back, bring back
redintegro
to make whole again, restore, renew, recruit, refresh
reditus
a going back, returning, return
refero
to bear back, bring back, drive back, carry back
reficio
to make again, make anew, reconstruct, remake, restore, renew, rebuild, repair, refit, recruit
refugio
to flee back, flee for safety, run from, run away, flee, escape, take refuge, avoid, shun
regia
a royal palace, castle, fortress, residence, court
regio
a direction, line
regius
of a king, kingly, royal, regal
regno
to have royal power, be king, rule, reign
regnum
kingly government, royal authority, kingship, royalty
rego
to keep straight, lead aright, guide, conduct, direct, control
religio
conscientiousness, sense of right, moral obligation, duty
religiosus
conscientious, scrupulous, strict, precise, accurate
religo
to bind back, fasten up, bind fast
relinquo
to leave behind, not take along, not stay with, leave, move away from
reliquus
left, left over, remaining
remaneo
to stay behind, be left, remain
remex
a rower, oarsman
remitto
to let go back, send back, despatch back, drive back, cause to return
removeo
to move back, take away, set aside, put off, drive away, withdraw, remove
renovo
to renew, restore
renuntio
to bring back word, carry tidings back, report, give notice, declare, announce
reor
to reckon, calculate, believe, think, suppose, imagine, judge, deem
repello
to drive back, thrust back, drive away, reject, repulse, repel
repello
to drive back, thrust back, drive away, reject, repulse, repel
repens
predic., suddenly, unexpectedly
repentinus
sudden, hasty, unlooked for, unexpected, impetuous
reperio
to find again, find, meet with, find out, discover
repeto
to fall upon again, attack anew, strike again
repo
to creep, crawl
reprehendo
to hold back, hold fast, take hold of, seize, catch
res
a thing, object, matter, affair, business, event, fact, circumstance, occurrence, deed, condition, case
resisto
to stand back, remain standing, stand still, halt, stop, stay, stay behind, remain, continue
respicio
to look back, look behind, look about, see behind, look back upon, gaze at, look for
respondeo
to answer, reply, respond, make answer
respondeo
to answer, reply, respond, make answer
responsum
an answer, reply, response
restituo
to set up again, replace, restore, reconstruct, rebuild, revive, renew, reform, rearrange
resto
to withstand, resist, oppose, stand firm, hold out, not yield
retendo
to release from tension, unbend, slacken, relax
retineo
to hold back, keep back, keep, detain, retain, restrain
retro
backward, back, to the rear
reus
concerned in a thing, party to an action
revoco
to call again, call back, recall
rex
an arbitrary ruler, absolute monarch, king
ripa
a bank, margin
rite
according to religious usage, with due observances, with proper ceremonies, ceremonially, solemnly, duly
ritus
a form of religious observance, religious usage, ceremony, rite
robur
hard-wood, oak-wood, oak
rogatio
a question, interrogation
rogito
to ask eagerly, inquire persistently, keep asking
rogo
to ask, question, interrogate
Roma
Rome, the mother city
Romanus
of Rome, Roman
Romulus
of Romulus
rufus
red, reddish
ruina
a rushing down, tumbling, falling down, fall
rumpo
to break, burst, tear, rend, rive, rupture, break asunder, burst in pieces, force open
ruo
to fall with violence, rush down, fall down, tumble down, go to ruin
rursus
turned back, back, backwards
rus
the country, lands, fields, a country-seat, farm, estate
Sabinus
of the Sabini, Sabine
saburra
sand, ballast
sacer
dedicated, consecrated, devoted, sacred
sacerdos
a priest, priestess
sacramentum
a sum deposited by a party in a civil process, as security for a future judgment, forfeit money, guaranty
sacrificium
a sacrifice
sacro
to set apart as sacred, consecrate, dedicate, devote
sacrosanctus
consecrated with religious ceremonies, most holy, sacred, inviolable
sacrum
something consecrated, a holy thing, sacred vessel, sacred utensil, holy place, sanctuary, temple
saepe
often, oft, oftentimes, many times, frequently
saepes
a hedge, fence
saepio
to surround with a hedge, hedge in, fence in, enclose
saevio
to be fierce, be furious, rage, rave
sagitta
an arrow, shaft, bolt
sagittarius
an archer, bowman
salubris
health-giving, healthful, wholesome, salubrious, salutary
salus
soundness, health, good health, vigor
saluto
to greet, wish health, pay respects, salute, hail
Samnium
a mountainous country north of Campania
sancio
to make sacred, render inviolable, fix unalterably, establish, appoint, decree, ordain, confirm, ratify, enact
sanguis
blood
sanus
sound, whole, healthy, well
sarcina
a package, bundle, burden, load, pack
sarcio
to patch, botch, mend, repair, restore, make good
sata
standing corn, crops
satis
enough, sufficient, satisfactory, ample, adequate
saucius
wounded, hurt
saxum
a large stone, rough stone, broken rock, bowlder, rock
scapha
a light boat, ship's boat, skiff
scelus
a wicked deed, heinous act, crime, sin, enormity, wickedness
scio
to know, understand, perceive, have knowledge of, be skilled in
scipio
a staff, walkingstick
sciscitor
to inform oneself, seek to know, ask, inquire, question, examine, interrogate
scribo
to scratch, grave, engrave, draw
scriptum
something drawn, a space enclosed by lines
scutum
a shield, Roman shield, infantry shield, buckler
secerno
to put apart, sunder, sever, part, divide, separate
secessio
a going aside, withdrawal, retirement
secundus
following, next, second
securis
an axe, hatchet, cleaver
sed
but, on the contrary, but also, but even, but in fact
sedeo
to sit
sedes
a seat, bench, chair, throne
seditio
a going aside, going apart, insurrectionary separation, dissension, civil discord, insurrection, mutiny, sedition
seditiosus
full of discord, factious, turbulent, mutinous, seditious
sedo
to bring to rest, lay
segnis
slow, tardy, slack, dilatory, lingering, sluggish, inactive, lazy
sella
a seat, settle, chair, stool
semel
once, a single time
semper
ever, always, at all times, continually, perpetually, forever
senator
a member of the Senate
senatorius
of a senator, senatorial
senatus
the council of the elders, council of state, Senate, body of senators
senex
old, aged, advanced in years
seni
six each
sensim
just perceptibly, gradually, by degrees, little by little, slowly, gently, softly
sententia
a way of thinking, opinion, judgment, sentiment, thought, notion, purpose, determination, decision, will, desire
sentio
to discern by sense, feel, hear, see, perceive, be sensible of
septem
seven
sequor
to follow, come after, follow after, attend, accompany
sermo
continued speech, talk, conversation, discourse
sero
late, at a late hour
servio
to be a servant, be enslaved, serve, be in service
servo
to make safe, save, keep unharmed, preserve, guard, keep, protect, deliver, rescue
sex
six
sextus
the sixth
si
if, when, inasmuch as, since
sic
thus, in this way, as I do, as you see
sicut
so as, just as, as
signifer
sign-bearing, bearing the constellations, starry
signo
to set a mark upon, mark, mark out, designate
signum
a mark, token, sign, indication, proof
silentium
a being still, keeping silence, noiselessness, stillness, silence
sileo
to be noiseless, be still, be silent, keep silence, not speak of, keep silent about, suppress
silva
a wood, forest, woodland
similis
like, resembling, similar
simul
at the same time, together, at once, simultaneously
simulatio
an assumption, false show, feigning, shamming, pretence, feint, insincerity, deceit, hypocrisy, simulation
simulo
to make like, imitate, copy, represent
sine
without
sinister
left, on the left, on the left hand, at the left side
sino
to let down, set, fix
sinum
a large vessel of earthenware, pot, jar
sisto
to cause to stand, place, set, set up, fix, plant
sive
or if
socia
a sharer, partner, companion, associate
societas
fellowship, association, union, community, society
sol
the sun
soleo
to use, be wont, be accustomed
solitudo
a being alone, loneliness, solitariness, solitude, lonely place, desert, wilderness
sollemne
a religious rite, ceremony, feast, sacrifice, solemn games, festival, solemnity
sollicito
to disturb, stir, agitate, move, shake
sollicitus
thoroughly moved, agitated, disturbed
solus
alone, only, single, sole
solvo
to loosen, unbind, unfasten, unfetter, untie, release
somnus
sleep
soror
a sister
sors
a lot
spatior
to spread abroad, spread out, expand
spatium
a space, room, extent
species
a sight, look, view, appearance, aspect, mien
spectaculum
a place from which shows are witnessed, spectator's seat, place in the theatre
specto
to look on, look at, behold, gaze at, watch, observe, inspect, attend
sperno
to separate
spero
to hope, look for, trust, expect, promise oneself
spes
hope
spiritus
a breathing, breath
spolio
to strip, uncover, bare, unclothe
spolium
the skin, hide, fell
spondeo
to promise sacredly, warrant, vow, give assurance
sponsio
a solemn promise, engagement, covenant, guarantee, security
sponte
 
statim
steadily, regularly
statio
a standing, standing firm
statuo
to cause to stand, set up, set, station, fix upright, erect, plant
sterno
to spread out, spread abroad, stretch out, extend, strew, scatter
stimulo
to goad, rouse, set in motion, stir, spur, incite, stimulate
stipendium
a paying of tax, tax, impost, tribute, contribution
stirps
the lower part of the trunk, stock, stem, stalk, root
sto
to stand, stand still, remain standing, be upright, be erect
strages
an overthrow, destruction, ruin, defeat, slaughter, massacre, butchery, carnage
strenuus
brisk, nimble, quick, prompt, active, vigorous, strenuous
strepitus
a confused noise, din, clash, crash, rustle, rattle, clatter, murmur
stringo
to draw tight, bind tight, compress, press together
struo
to place together, heap up, pile, arrange
studeo
to give attention, be eager, be zealous, take pains, be diligent,be busy with, be devoted, strive after, apply oneself, pursue, desire, wish
studium
application, assiduity, zeal, eagerness, fondness, inclination, desire, exertion, endeavor, study
sub
under, below, beneath, underneath, behind
subeo
to come under, go under, enter
subicio
to throw under, place under, cast below
subigo
to drive up, bring up
subito
suddenly, immediately, unexpectedly, at once, off-hand
sublevo
to lift from beneath, raise up, hold up, support
subsequor
to follow after, follow up, succeed, ensue
subsequus
 
subsidium
the troops in reserve, line of reserve, third line of battle, triarii
subsisto
to take a stand, take position, stand still, remain standing, stop, halt
subsum
to be under, be behind
succedo
to go below, come under, enter
succurro
to run under, run to help, hasten to the aid of, help, aid, assist, succor
suffero
to take up, submit to, undergo, bear, endure, suffer
sufficio
to put under, lay a foundation for
suffragium
a voting-tablet, ballot, vote, voice, suffrage
Sulla
a family name in the Cornelian gens
sum
to be, exist, live
summa
the top, summit
summum
at the utmost, at farthest, at most
summus
uppermost, highest, topmost
sumo
to take, take up, take in hand, lay hold of, assume
suo
to sew, stitch, sew up, sew together
superbia
loftiness, haughtiness, pride, arrogance
superbus
haughty, proud, vain, arrogant, insolent, discourteous, supercilious, domineering
supero
to go over, rise above, overtop, surmount, transcend
supersum
to be over and above, be left, remain
superus
that is above, upper, higher
supplicatio
a public prayer, supplication, religious solemnity, day of prayer, day of humiliation, thanksgiving day, festival
supplicium
a kneeling, bowing down, humble entreaty, petition, supplication
supporto
to convey, bring up, bring forward, conduct
sus
a swine, hog, pig, boar, sow
suscipio
to take, catch, take up, lift up, receive
suspendo
to hang up, hang, suspend
suspicor
to mistrust, suspect
sustineo
to hold up, hold upright, uphold, bear up, keep up, support, sustain
suus
of oneself, belonging to oneself, his own, her own, his, her, its, their
tabernaculum
a tent
tabula
a board, plank
taceo
to be silent, not speak, say nothing, hold one's peace
taedium
weariness, irksomeness, tediousness, loathing, disgust
talis
such, of such a kind, such like, the like
tam
quam
tamen
notwithstanding, nevertheless, for all that, however, yet, still
tamquam
as much as, so as, just as, like as, as if, so to speak
tandem
at length, at last, in the end, finally
tantus
of such size, of such a measure, so great, such
tardo
to make slow, hinder, delay, retard, impede, check, stay, prevent
tectum
a covered structure, roofed enclosure, shelter, house, dwelling, abode, roof
tego
to cover, cover over
tela
a web
telum
a missile weapon, missile, dart, spear, shaft, javelin
temere
by chance, by accident, at random, without design, casually, fortuitously, rashly, heedlessly, thoughtlessly, inconsiderately, indiscreetly
temeritas
hap, chance, accident
tempero
to observe proper measure, be moderate, restrain oneself, forbear, abstain, be temperate, act temperately
tempestas
a portion of time, point of time, time, season, period
templum
an open place for observation, place marked off by the augur's staff
tendo
to stretch, make tense, stretch out, spread out, distend, extend
teneo
to hold, keep, have, grasp, hold fast
tener
soft, delicate, tender, yielding
tergeo
to rub off, wipe off, wipe dry, wipe clean, cleanse
tergum
the back
tero
to rub, rub away, wear away, bruise, grind, bray triturate
terra
the earth
terreo
to frighten, affright, put in fear, cause to dread, alarm, terrify, scare, dismay
terror
great fear, affright, dread, alarm, terror, panic
tertio
for the third time
tertius
the third
tignum
building-materials, a piece of timber, trunk of a tree, log, stick, post, beam
timeo
to fear, be afraid, be fearful, be apprehensive, be afraid of, dread, apprehend
timor
fear, dread, apprehension, timidity, alarm, anxiety
tiro
a newly levied soldier, young soldier, recruit
titulus
a superscription, inscription, label, title, ticket, bill, placard, notice
tollo
to lift, take up, raise, elevate, exalt
tormentum
an engine for hurling
tot
so many, such a number of
totiens
so often, so many times, as often, the same number of times
totus
all, all the, all at once, the whole, entire, total
trabs
a beam, timber, rafter
trado
to give up, hand over, deliver, transmit, surrender, consign
traho
to draw, drag, haul, train along, draw off, pull forth, drag away
tranquillus
quiet, calm, still, tranquil
trans
across, over, to the farther side of
transcendo
to climb over, pass over, cross, overstep, surmount
transfero
to bear across, bring through, carry over, convey over, transport, transfer
transfigo
to pierce through, transpierce, transfix
transporto
to carry over, take across, carry, convey, remove, transport
trecenti
three hundred
trepido
to hurry with alarm, be in confusion, be agitated, be disturbed
trepidus
restless, agitated, anxious, solicitous, disturbed, alarmed, in trepidation
tres
three
triarii
soldiers of the third rank in battle order, the reserve
tribunal
a raised platform for the seats of magistrates, judgment-seat, tribunal
tribunatus
the office of a tribune, tribuneship
tribunicius
of a tribune, tribunitial
tribunus
the head of a tribe
tribuo
to assign, impart, allot, bestow, confer, yield, give
tribus
a third part of the people
triduum
three days' time, three days
triginta
thirty
triremis
with three banks of oars
tristis