Ox Lat 2 27

  1. diu
    for a long time
  2. do dare dedi datum
    give
  3. dono (1)
    give, present with
  4. doceo docere docui doctum
    teach
  5. dominus -i m.
    master, lord
  6. domus -us f.
    house, home
  7. dubito (1)
    doubt
  8. duco ducere duxi ductum
    lead, take
  9. dum
    while, as long as, provided that
  10. dulcis -is -e
    sweet, pleasant
  11. e, ex (+ abl.)
    out of, from
  12. ecce
    look!
  13. edo edere edi esum
    eat
  14. ego
    I
  15. enim
    for, because
  16. eo ire ivi (or ii) itum
    go
  17. eo
    to there
  18. epistula -ae f.
    letter
  19. eques equitis m.
    horseman
  20. equus -i m.
    horse
  21. et
    and
  22. etiam
    even, also
  23. exercitus -us m.
    army
  24. fabula -ae f.
    story
  25. facilis -is -e
    easy
  26. facio facere feci factum
    do, make
  27. fama -ae f.
    report, rumour, fame, reputation
  28. familia -ae f.
    household, family
  29. fatum -i n.
    fate, destiny
  30. felix (gen. felicis)
    fortunate, lucky, successful
  31. femina -ae f.
    woman
  32. fero ferre tuli latum
    bring, carry, endure
  33. ferrum -i n.
    iron, sword
  34. fessus -a -um
    tired, weary
  35. fidelis -is -e
    faithful
  36. filia -ae f.
    daughter
  37. filius -i m.
    son
  38. fines -ium m.pl.
    territory, boundaries
  39. finis -is m.
    boundary, limit, end
  40. fio fieri
    become, be made, happen
  41. fleo flere flevi fletum
    weep, cry
  42. flos floris m.
    flower
  43. flumen -inis n.
    river
  44. fortis -is -e
    brave, strong
  45. fortiter
    bravely
  46. forte
    by chance
  47. fortuna -ae f.
    fortune, chance
  48. forum -i n.
    market-place, forum
  49. frater -tris m.
    brother
  50. fugio fugere fugi fugitum
    flee, escape, keep away from
  51. gaudeo gaudere gavisus sum
    be glad, rejoice
  52. gens gentis f.
    tribe, clan, people
  53. gero gerere gessi gestum
    wear, carry on, conduct
  54. gladius -i m.
    sword
  55. gloria -ae f.
    glory
  56. habeo (2)
    have, hold, consider
  57. hasta -ae f.
    spear
  58. haud
    not
  59. hic haec hoc
    this
  60. hic
    here
  61. hiems hiemis f.
    winter
  62. hinc
    from here
  63. homo hominis m.
    man, human being
  64. hora -ae f.
    hour
  65. hortor (1)
    encourage, urge
  66. hortus -i m.
    garden
  67. hostis -is c.
    enemy
  68. huc
    to here
  69. humanus -a -um
    human, kind, humane
  70. ibi
    there
  71. idem eadem idem
    the same
  72. igitur
    therefore
  73. ignis -is m.
    fire
  74. ille illa illud
    that
  75. illic
    there
  76. illinc
    from there
  77. illuc
    to there
  78. imperator -oris m.
    general, emperor
  79. imperium -i n.
    command, power, empire
  80. impero (1) (+ dat.)
    order
  81. impetus -us m.
    charge, attack
  82. in (+ acc.)
    into, against
  83. (+ abl.)
    in, on
  84. incola -ae c.
    inhabitant
  85. incolo (3)
    inhabit
  86. inde
    from there, then
  87. ingens (gen. ingentis)
    huge, vast
  88. inquit
    he says, he said
  89. insidiae -arum f.pl.
    ambush, plot, treachery
  90. insignis -is -e
    distinguished, remarkable
  91. insula -ae f.
    island, block of flats
  92. intellego -legere -lexi -lectum
    perceive, understand, realise
  93. interea
    meanwhile
  94. interficio -ficere -feci -fectum
    kill
  95. interim
    meanwhile
  96. intro (1)
    enter
  97. invenio -venire -veni -ventum
    find
  98. ipse ipsa ipsum
    himself, herself, itself
  99. ira -ae f.
    anger
  100. irascor irasci iratus sum (+ dat.)
    become angry
  101. iratus -a -um
    angry
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Ox Lat 2 27
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