Latin for Beginners Part 79

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>, Galba, -ae, _m._ _garland_, corona, -ae, _f._ >, praesidium, praesi'di, _n._ >, porta, -ae, _f._ >, Gallia, -ae, _f._ > (>), Gallus, -i, _m._ >, imperator, -oris, _m._ >, Genava, -ae, _f._ >, lenis, -e >, Germa.n.u.s, -a, -um > (>), Germani, -orum, _m. plur_.>, Germania, -ae, _f._ > (_dinner_), paro, 1 >, puella, -ae, _f._ >, do, dare, dedi, datus >, dedo, 3; trado, 3 >, omitto, 3 >, eo, 4 (--499) >, progredior, 3 >, deus, -i, _m._ (--468) >, dea, -ae, _f._ (--67) >, aurum, -i, _n._ >, bonus, -a, -um >, frumentum, -i, _n._ >, res frumentaria >, ingens, -entis; magnus, -a, -um >, maximus, -a, -um; summus, -a, -um >, praesidium, praesi'di, _n._ H >, ma.n.u.s, -us, _f._ >, laetus, -a, -um >, portus, -us, _m._ >, contendo, 3; maturo, 1; propero, 1 >, invisus, -a, -um >, superbus, -a, -um >, habeo, 2 >, nihil possum >, is; hic; iste; ille; _or not expressed_ >, caput, -itis, _n._ >, audio >, animus, -i, _m._ >, gravis, -e > (>), Helvetii, -orum, _m. plur._ >, contineo, 2 >, gallina, -ae, _f._ >, eius; huius; istius; illius; _reflexive_, suus, -a, -um (--116) >, abdo, 3 >, altus, -a, -um >, summus, -a, -um >, collis, -is, _m._ >, sui. See > >, impedimentum, -i, _n._ >, eius; huius; istius; illius; _reflexive_, suus, -a, -um (--116) >, citerior, -ius (--315) >, teneo, 2 >, domus, -us, _f._ (--468).> (_noun_), spes, spei, _f._ > (_verb_), spero, 1 >, equus, -i, _m._ >, eques, -itis, _m._ >, obses, -idis, _m. and f._ >, inimicus, -a, -um >, hora, -ae, _f._ >, domicilium, domici'li, _n._; domus, -us, _f._ (--468) >, iacio, 3 I >, ego (--280); _or not expressed_ >, si.>, nisi >, aeger, -gra, -grum >, statim > (_of place_), in, _with abl._; (of time or of specification) _abl. without prep._ >, ut, _with subjv._; >, ne, _with subjv._ >, frustra >, diligentia, -ae, _f._ >, iniurias infero _with dat._ (--426) >, supplicium sumo de >, aliquem certiorem facio >, noceo, 2, _with dat._ (--153) >, iniuria, -ae, _f._ >, in, _with acc._ >, committo, 3; mando, 1 >, voco, 1 >, _used as auxiliary, not translated_; _as a copula_, sum (--494) >, insula, -ae, _f._ >, is; hie; iste; ille; _or not expressed_ >, Italia, -ae, _f._ >, eius; huius; istius; illius; _reflexive_, suus, -a, -um (--116) >, sui. See > J >, proelium committo >, iter, itineris, _n._ (--468) > (_noun_), iudex, -icis, _m._ > (_verb_), iudico, 1 >, Iulia, -ae, _f._ >, nuper K >, contineo, 2; prohibeo, 2; teneo, 2 >, _expressed by the impf. indic._ >, interficio, 3; neco, 1; occido, 3 >, rex, regis, _m._ >, regnum, -i, _n._ >, cognosco, 3, _in perf._; scio, 4 L > (_noun_), labor, -oris, _m._ > (_verb_), laboro, 1 > (_noun_), inopia, -ae, _f._ > (_verb_), egeo, 2, _with abl._ (--180) >, domina, -ae, _f._ >, lacus, -us, _m._ (--260.2) >, terra, -ae, _f._ >, lingua, -ae, _f._ >, ingens, -entis; magnus, -a, -um >, maior, maius >, nuper >, Latona, -ae, _f._ >, lex, legis, _f._ >, vasto, 1 >, duco, 3 >, dux, ducis, _m. and f._ >, cognosco, 3 >, discedo, 3 >, relinquo, 3 >, sinister, -tra, -trum >, legio, -onis, _f._ >, legionarii, -orum, _m. plur._ >, longitudo, -inis, _f._ >, ne, _with subjv._ > (_of the alphabet_), littera, -ae, _f_; (_an epistle_) litterae, -arum, _f. plur_.>, legatus, -i, _m._ >, lux, lucis, _f._ > (_adj._), similis, -e >, amo, 1 >, acies, aciei, _f._ >, parvus, -a, -um >, habito, 1; incolo, 3; vivo, 3 >, longus, -a, -um >, diu >, desidero, 1 >, curo, 1 >, amo, 1 M >, ancilla, -ae,_f._ >, facio, 3 >, bellum infero _with dat._ (--426) >, h.o.m.o, -inis, _m. and f._; vir, viri, _m._ >, navis longa >, multi, -ae, -a, _plur. of_ multus >, iter, itineris, _n._ (--468) >, Marcus, -i, _m._ >, matrimonium, matrimo'ni, _n._ >, dominus, -i, _m._; magister, -tri, _m._ >, negotium, nego'ti, _n._; res, rei, _f._ >, _the abl._ >, nuntius, nunti, _m._ >, media nox >, mille pa.s.suum (--331.b) >, milia pa.s.suum >, animus, -i, _m._; mens, mentis, _f._ >, meus, -a, -um >, domina, -ae, _f._ >, pecunia, -ae, _f._ >, monstrum, -i, _n._ >, mensis, -is, _m._ >, luna, -ae, _f._ > (_adj._), plus, pluris (--313); _or a comparative. Adverb_, magis > (_adj._), plurimus, -a, -um; _superl. degree. Adverb_, maxime; plurimum >, mater, matris, _f._ >, mons, montis, _m._ >, moveo, 2 >, commotus, -a, -um >, multo >, mult.i.tudo, -inis. _f._ >, meus, -a, -um >, me, _reflexive_. See > N >, nomen, -inis, _n._ >, gens, gentis, _f._ >, propinquus, -a, -um >, proximus, -a, -um >, fere >, finitimus, -i, _in._ >, fiinitimus, -a, -um >, neque _or_ nec; >, neque (nec) ... neque (nec) >, numquam >, tamen >, novus, -a, -um >, postridie eius diei >, proximus, -a, -um >, nox, noctis, _f._ >, novem >, minime; _or repeat verb with a negative_ (--210) >, nullus, -a, -um (--109) >, nemo, nullius >, neque _or_ nec >, non >, ne ... quidem >, non solum ... sed etiam >, nihil _or_ nihilum, -i, _n._ >, nunc >, numerus, -i, _m._ O >, pareo, 2, _with dat._ (--153) >, _sign of gen._; de, _with abl._; >, e _or_ ex, _with abl._ >, saepe > (_of place_), in, _with abl._; (_of time_) _abl. without prep._ >, propter, _with acc._; _or abl. of cause._ >, undique > (_upon a time_), olim >, unus, -a, -um (--108) >, alius ... alius (--110) > (_adv._), solum; tantum >, opportunus, -a, -um >, adversus, -a, -um >, oraculum, -i, _n._ >, orator, -oris, _m._ >, impero, 1; iubeo, 2 >, ornamentum, -i, _n._ >, alius, -a, -ud (--109) >, reliqui, -orum, _m. plur._ >, debeo, 2 >, noster, -tra, -trum >, nos, _as reflexive object._ See > >, supero, 1; vinco, 3 >, suus, -a, -um P >, pars, partis, _f._ >, pax, pacis, _f._ >, populus, -i, _m._ >, Perseus, -i, _m._ >, persuadeo, 2, _with dat._ (--153) >, castra pono > (_noun_), locus, -i, _m._ >, conloco, 1 >, pono, 3 >, praeficio, 3, _with acc. and dat._ (--426) >, consilium, consi'li, _n._ >, placeo, 2, _with dat._ (--154) >, gratus, -a, -um >, aro, 1 >, Pompeii, -orum, _m. plur._ >, _expressed by_ quam _and superl_.>, valeo, 2 >, laudo, 1 >, malo, malle, malui, ---- (--497) >, paro, 1, _with acc._ >, premo, 3 >, fides, fidei, _f._ >, provincia, -ae, _f._ >, publicus, -a, -um >, Publius, Publi, _m._ >, poena, -ae, _f._; supplicium, suppli'ci, _n._ >, ut, qui, _or_ quo, _with subjv._; ad, _with gerund or gerundive_; causa, _following the genitive of a gerund or gerundive_ >, insequor, 3 Q >, regina, -ae, _f._ >, celeriter >, _expressed by the comp. degree_ R >, vallum, -i, _n._ >, novissimum agmen >, causa, -ae, _f._ >, accipio, 3; excipio, 3 >, recens, -entis >, nuper >, castellum, -i, _n._ >, recuso, 1 >, maneo, 2 >, reliquus, -a, -um >, respondeo, 2 > (_noun_), fama, -ae, _f._; rumor, -oris, _m._ > (_verb_), adfero; defero; refero (--498) >, res publica >, postulo, 1 >, resisto, 3, _with dat._ (--154) >, reliqui, -orum, _m. plur._ >, contineo, 2 >, cliens, -entis, _m._ >, pedem refero; terga verto >, redeo, 4; revertor, 3 >, res novae >, Rhenus, -i, _m._ >, dexter, -tra, -trum >, flumen, -inis, _n._; fluvius, fluvi, _m._ >, via, -ae, _f._ >, Roma.n.u.s, -a, -um >, Roma, -ae, _f._ >, ordo, -inis, _m._ >, rego, 3 >, fama, -ae, _f._; rumor, -oris, _m._ >, curro, 3 S >, sacrum, -i, _n._ >, salus, -utis, _f._ >, navigo, 1 >, nauta, -ae, _m._ >, causa, _following a gen._ >, idem, eadem, idem (--287) >, barbari, -orum, _m. plur._ >, servo, 1 >, dico, 3 >, ludus, -i, _m._; schola, -ae, _f._ >, explorator, -oris, _m._ >, mare, -is, _n._ >, secundus, -a, -um >, video, 2 >, peto, 3 >, videor, 2, _pa.s.sive of_ video >, occupo, 1; rapio, 3 >, ipse, -a, -um (--286); sui (--281) >, mitto, 3 >, incendo, 3 >, proficiscor, 3 >, septem >, s.e.xtus, -i, _m._ >, ea; haec; ista; illa (--115); _or not expressed_ >, navis, -is, _f._ (--243.1) >, brevis, -e >, clamor, -oris, _m._ >, demonstro, 1 >, Sicilia, -ae, _f._ >, aeger, -gra, -grum >, latus, -eris, _n._ >, obsidio, -onis, _f._ >, c.u.m, _with subjv._ (--396); _the abl. abs._ (--381) >, cano, 3; canto, 1 >, soror, -oris, _f._ >, sedeo, 2 >, magnitudo, -inis, _f._ >, peritus, -a, -um >, servus, -i, _m._ >, servitius, -utis, _f._ >, tardus, -a, -um >, parvus, -a, -um >, rapio, 3 >, ita; sic; tam >, tantus, -a, -um >, ut; >, ut non >, miles, -itis, _m._ >, _often not expressed_; quis (qui), qua (quae), quid (quod); aliqui, aliqua, aliquod >, quis; aliquis (--487) >, alii ... alii (--110) >, quid; aliquid (--487) >, filius, fili, _m._ >, mox >, spatium, spati, _n._ >, pilum, -i, _n._ >, acer, acris, acre; alacer, alacris, alacre >, fons, fontis, _m._ >, calcar, -aris, _n._ >, sto, 1 >, civitas, -atis, _f._ >, conloco, 1 >, constantia, -ae, _f._ >, lapis, -idis, _m._ >, oppugno, 1 >, fabula, -ae, _f._ >, via, -ae, _f._ >, vis, (vis), _f._ >, fortis, -e; validus, -a, -um >, validus, -a, -um >, talis, -e >, subito >, supplicium do >, satis >, idoneus, -a, -um >, aestas, -atis, _f._ >, sol, solis, _m._ >, commeatus, -us, _m._ >, trado, 3 >, suspicor, 1 >, celer, -eris, -ere; velox, -ocis >, gladius, gladi, _m._ T >, capio, 3 >, intersum, -esse, -fui, -futurus, _with dat._ (--426) >, occupo, 1 >, altus, -a, -um >, opus, operis, _n._ >, doceo, 2 >, magister, -tri, _m._ > (_noun_), lacrima, -ae, _f._ >, dico, 3; narro, 1 >, decem >, perterritus, -a, -um >, perterreo, 2 >, quam > (_conj. after verbs of saying and the like_), _not expressed_ > (_p.r.o.n._), is; iste; ille >, _in purpose clauses_, ut; _after verbs of fearing_, ne (----349, 366, 372) >, _in purpose clauses_, ne; _after verbs of fearing_, ut (----349, 366, 372) >, _not expressed_ >, _gen. plur. of_ is; _reflexive_, suus, -a, -um (--116) >, suus, -a, -um (--116) >, tum >, deinde, tum >, _as expletive, not expressed_ >, ibi >, itaque >, ii; hi; isti; illi; _or not expressed_ >, arbitror, 1; existimo, 1; puto, 1 >, tertius, -a, -um >, hic, haec, hoc; is, ea, id >, c.u.m. _with subjv._ (--396) >, mille (--479) >, tres, tria (--479) >, per, _with acc._ >, tuus, -a, -um >, tempus, -oris, _n._ >, _sign of dat._; ad, in, _with acc._; _expressing purpose_, ut, qui, _with subjv._; ad, _with gerund or gerundive_ >, inter, _with acc. of a reflexive p.r.o.n._ >, hodie >, dens, dentis, _m._ >, summus, -a, -um >, turris, -is, _f._ (--243.2) >, oppidum, -i, _n._ >, oppida.n.u.s, -i, _m._ >, vestigium, vesti'gi, _n._ >, mercator, -oris, _m._ >, exerceo, 2 >, arbor, -oris, _f._ >, gens, gentis, _f._ >, copiae, -arum, _f. plur._ >, verus, -a, -um >, tuba, -ae, _f._ >, conor, 1; tempto, 1 >, duodecim >, duo, duae, duo (--479) U >, sub, _with acc. or abl._ >, suscipio, 3 >, incolumis, -e >, nisi >, dissimilis, -e > (>), nolo, nolle, nolui, ---- (--497) >, sub, _with acc._ >, nos, _acc. plur. of_ ego V >, _superl. degree_; maxime; ipse, -a, -um (--285) >, victor, -oris, _m._ >, victoria, -ae, _f._ >, vicus, -i, _m._ >, vis, (vis), _f._ >, vehementer >, vox, vocis, _f._ W >, gero, 3 >, carrus. -i, _m._ >, murus, -i, _m._ >, inopia, -ae, _f._ >, bellum, -i, _n._ >, vigilia, -ae, _f._ >, aqua, -ae, _f._ >, fluctus, -us, _m._ >, iter, itineris, _n._ (--468); via, -ae, _f._ >, modus, -i, _m._ >, nos, _plur. of_ ego; _or not expressed_ >, infirmus, -a, -um >, arma, -orum, _n. plur._; tela, -orum, _n. plur._ >, gero, 3 >, defessus, -a, -um >, quis (qui), quae, quid (quod) (--483) >, ubi; c.u.m (--396); _often expressed by a participle_ >, ubi >, qui, quae, quod (--482); >, uter, utra, utrum (--108) >, _expressed by a participle_ >, quo > (_rel._), qui, quae (--482); (_interrog._) quis (--483) >, totus, -a, -um (--108) >, cuius; quorum, quarum, quorum, _gen. of_ qui, quae, quod, _rel._; _or of_ quis, quid, _interrog_.>, cur >, malus, -a, -um >, latus, -a, -um >, lat.i.tudo, -inis, _f._ >, fera, -ae, _f._ > (>), volo, velle, volui, ---- (--497) > (_a victory_), reporto, 1 >, ventus, -i, _m._ >, vinum, -i, _n._ >, cornu, -us, _n._ >, hiems, -emis, _f._ >, consilium, consi'li, _n._ >, cupio, 3; volo, velle, volui, ---- (--497); >, nolo, nolle, nolui, ---- (--497) >, c.u.m, _with abl.; sometimes abl. alone_ >, se recipere >, sine, _with abl._ >, femina, -ae, _f._; mulier, -eris, _f._ >, mirus, -a, -um >, verb.u.m, -i, _n._ >, labor, -oris, _m._; opus, -eris, _n._ >, peior, peius, _comp. of_ malus >, pessimus, -a, -um, _superl. of_ malus > (_noun_), vulnus, -eris, _n._ > (_verb_), vulnero, 1 >, corona, -ae, _f._ >, miser, -era, -erum >, iniuria, -ae, _f._ Y >, annus, -i, _m._ >, certe; ita; vero; _or, more usually, repeat the verb_ (--210) >, ille, -a, -ud >, _sing_. tu; _plur_. vos (--480); _or not expressed_ >, _sing_. tuus, -a, -um; _plur._ vester, -tra, -trum (--98.b) Z

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