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a ab abs: from, by (+abl.)ā ab abs: from, by (+abl.)
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abeo -ire -ii -itum: go awayabeō -īre -iī -itum: go away
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absum abesse afui:  be away, absentabsum abesse āfuī:  be away, absent
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ac: see atqueac: see atque
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accedo -cedere -cessi  -cessum: approachaccēdō -cēdere -cessī  -cessum: approach
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accido -cidere -cidi: fall; happenaccidō -cidere -cidī: fall; happen
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accipio -cipere -cepi -ceptum: receiveaccipiō -cipere -cēpī -ceptum: receive
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acer acre acre: sharp, piercingācer ācre ācre: sharp, piercing
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acies -ei f.: edge; line of battle aciēs -eī f.: edge; line of battle 
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ad: to, up to, towards (+acc.)ad: to, up to, towards (+acc.)
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addo -dere -didi -ditum: give toaddō -dere -didī -ditum: give to
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adduco -ere -duxi -ductum: lead to, induceaddūcō -ere -dūxī -ductum: lead to, induce
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adeo -ire -ii -itum: go to adeō -īre -iī -itum: go to 
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adeo: (adv.) to such a degree, soadeō: (adv.) to such a degree, so
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adhibeo -hibere -hibui -hibitum: applyadhibeō -hibēre -hibuī -hibitum: apply
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adhuc: thus far, to this point adhūc: thus far, to this point 
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adsum adesse affui: be presentadsum adesse affuī: be present
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advenio -ire -veni -ventum: come to arrive atadveniō -īre -vēnī -ventum: come to arrive at
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adversus -a -umadversus -a -um: facing, opposed; unfavorable; adversus (-um): (adv. and prep.) facing, opposite, against, opposed (to)
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adverto -vertere -verti -versum: turn towardsadvertō -vertere -vertī -versum: turn towards
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aedes -is f.: building; (pl.) houseaedēs -is f.: building; (pl.) house
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aeger aegra agrum: sick; aegre, with difficultyaeger aegra agrum: sick; aegrē, with difficulty
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aequor aequoris n.: level surface, sea, plainaequor aequoris n.: level surface, sea, plain
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aequus -a -um: equal; aeque, equally aequus -a -um: equal; aequē, equally 
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aer aeris m.: airāēr āeris m.: air
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aes aeris n.: copper, bronzeaes aeris n.: copper, bronze
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aetas -tatis f.: age, time of lifeaetās -tātis f.: age, time of life
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aeternus -a -um: everlasting, eternalaeternus -a -um: everlasting, eternal
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aether aetheris n.: pure upper air, ether, heaven, skyaethēr aetheris n.: pure upper air, ether, heaven, sky
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aevum -i n.: eternity; lifetime, ageaevum -i n.: eternity; lifetime, age
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affero -ferre -tuli -latum: bring toafferō -ferre -tulī -lātum: bring to
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afficio -ficere -feci -fectum: affect, visit with (+ abl.)afficiō -ficere -fēcī -fectum: affect, visit with (+ abl.)
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ager agri m.: fieldager agrī m.: field
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agito -are: driveagitō -āre: drive
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agmen -minis n.: line of marchāgmen -minis n.: line of march
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ago agere egi actum: drive, do, act agō agere ēgī āctum: drive, do, act 
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aio: say, affirm, say yes; ut aiunt: as they sayaiō: say, affirm, say yes; ut aiunt: as they say
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albus -a -um: whitealbus -a -um: white
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alienus -a -um: foreign, strangealiēnus -a -um: foreign, strange
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aliquando: at some time, at lengthaliquandō: at some time, at length
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aliquis -quae -quodaliquis -quae -quod: some, any; si quis, si quid: anyone who, anything that
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aliter: otherwise, differentlyaliter: otherwise, differently
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alius -a -ud: other, another; alias: at another timealius -a -ud: other, another; alias: at another time
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alo alere alui alitum: nourish alō alere aluī alitum: nourish 
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alter altera alterum: other of twoalter altera alterum: other of two
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altus -a -um: high, lofty; deepaltus -a -um: high, lofty; deep
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amicitia -ae f.: friendshipamīcitia -ae f.: friendship
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amicus -a -um: friendly; (as subst.) friend amīcus -a -um: friendly; (as subst.) friend 
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amitto -mittere -misi -missum: let go, send awayāmittō -mittere -mīsī -missum: let go, send away
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amnis -is m.: river, torrentamnis -is m.: river, torrent
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amo -are: to love; amans -ntis m./f.: loveramō -āre: to love; amāns -ntis m./f.: lover
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amor -oris m.: loveamor -ōris m.: love
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amplus -a -um: large, spaciousamplus -a -um: large, spacious
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an: oran: or
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anima -ae f.: breath, spiritanima -ae f.: breath, spirit
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animal -alis n.: a living being, an animalanimal -ālis n.: a living being, an animal
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animus -i m.: spirit, mindanimus -ī m.: spirit, mind
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annus -i m.: yearannus -ī m.: year
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ante: before, in front of (adv. and prep. + acc.)ante: before, in front of (adv. and prep. + acc.)
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antequam: beforeantequam: before
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antiquus -a -um: ancient, old-time, formerantīquus -a -um: ancient, old-time, former
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aperio aperire aperui apertum: openaperiō aperīre aperuī apertum: open
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appareo -ere -ui: appear, become visible appāreō -ēre -uī: appear, become visible 
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appello -pellare: call appellō -pellāre: call 
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aptus -a -um: fit, suitableaptus -a -um: fit, suitable
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apud: near, in the presence of (+acc.)apud: near, in the presence of (+acc.)
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aqua -ae f. wateraqua -ae f. water
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ara -ae f.: altarāra -ae f.: altar
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arbitror arbitrari arbitratus sum: consider, think arbitror arbitrārī arbitrātus sum: consider, think 
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arbor arboris f.: tree arbor arboris f.: tree 
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ardeo ardere arsi arsum: blaze, glow; be eagerārdeo ārdēre ārsī ārsum: blaze, glow; be eager
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argentum -i n.: silver, moneyargentum -ī n.: silver, money
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arma -orum n. pl.: arms, weaponsarma -ōrum n. pl.: arms, weapons
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ars artis f.: skillars artis f.: skill
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arvum -i n.: ploughed land, fieldarvum -ī n.: ploughed land, field
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arx arcis f.: citadel, castle; summitarx arcis f.: citadel, castle; summit
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ascendo -ere -scendi -scensum: climb up, ascendascendō -ere -scendī -scēnsum: climb up, ascend
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aspicio -ere -spexi -spectum: look to or at, beholdaspiciō -ere -spēxī -spectum: look to or at, behold
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astrum -i n.: star; constellationastrum -ī n.: star; constellation
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at: but, but yetat: but, but yet
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atque, acatque, ac: and in addition, and also, and; (after comparatives) than; simul atque, as soon as
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auctor -oris m.: originator, founderauctor -ōris m.: originator, founder
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auctoritas -atis f.: influence, clout, authorityauctōritās -ātis f.: influence, clout, authority
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audax audacis: bold, daring; reckless audāx audācis: bold, daring; reckless 
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audeo audere ausus sum: dare, be eageraudeō audēre ausus sum: dare, be eager
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audio -ire -ivi/-ii -itum: hear, listen to audiō -īre -īvī/-iī -ītum: hear, listen to 
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aufero auferre abstuli ablatum: take awayauferō auferre abstulī ablātum: take away
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augeo augere auxi auctum: increase augeō augēre auxī auctum: increase 
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aura -ae f.: breezeaura -ae f.: breeze
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aureus -a -um: golden; splendidaureus -a -um: golden; splendid
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auris -is f.: earauris -is f.: ear
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aurum -i n.: goldaurum -ī n.: gold
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aut: oraut: or
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autem: moreover, but, howeverautem: moreover, but, however
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auxilium -i n.: support, assistance; (pl.) auxiliary forcesauxilium -ī n.: support, assistance; (pl.) auxiliary forces
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avis -is f.: birdavis -is f.: bird
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barbarus -i m.: foreigner, barbarianbarbarus -i m.: foreigner, barbarian
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beatus -a -um: happy, blessed, prosperous, fortunatebeātus -a -um: happy, blessed, prosperous, fortunate
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