Glossary

A
aegritudo, inis: “disease” (noun)
aliquando: “at a certain point” (adv.)
ambulo, as, avi, atum, āre : “I stroll” (verb)
arboribus consitus, a, um: “tree-lined” (adj.)
assensus, us: “assent” (noun)
āverto, āvertis, averti, aversum, āvertĕre: “I turn” (verb)
avicula, ae: “birdie” (noun)
āvŏlo, āvŏlas, avolavi, avolatum, āvŏlāre: “I disappear” (verb)

C
circumspecto, circumspectas, circumspectavi, circumspectatum, circumspectāre: “I look around cautiously” (verb)
clamo, as, avi, atum, āre: “I scream” (verb)
cŏmĭtor, cŏmĭtāris, comitatus sum, cŏmĭtāri: “I accompany” (verb)
complĕo, es, evi, etum, ēre: “I complete” (verb)
condo, is, dĭdi, dĭtum, ĕre: “I found” (verb)
contendo, is, tendi, tentum, ĕre: “I head” (verb)
cum…tam: “both… both”
cur: “why” (adv.)

D
dēcēdo, dēcēdis, decessi, decessum, dēcēdĕre: “I leave” (verb)
dēmāno, dēmānas, demanavi, demanatum, āre: “I run” (verb)
delectum, i: “enlistment” (noun)
depono, is, posŭi, posĭtum, ĕre: “I depose” (verb)
dulce: “sweetly” (adv.)

E
effigies, ei: “image” (noun)
eia: “come on!” (interj.)
elĭgo, is, legi, lectum, ĕre: “I choose” (verb)
erĭgo, is, rexi, rectum, ĕre: “I build” (verb)
eripio, is, ripŭi, reptum, ĕre: “I rip out” (verb)
esurio, is, ivi (or ĭi), itum, īre: “I am hungry” (verb)
evenit: “it happens” (verb)
evenit ut + subjunctive:it happens that…” (expr.)
ex quo: “since” (adv.)
excrucio, as, avi, atum, āre: “I torture” (verb)
exstinguo, exstinguis, exstinxi, exstinctum, exstinguĕre: “I turn off” (verb)
extra: “out” (adv.)

F
fas: “permissible” (adj./noun)
fatigo, as, avi, atum, āre: “I laugh at sb/sth” (verb)
ferme: “around” (prep.)
fero, fers, tŭli, latum, ferre: “I take” (verb)
fieri potest ut  + subjunctive: “it’s possible to…” (expr.)
fio, is, factus sum, fiĕri: “I’m born, I become” (verb)
fit, factum est, fiĕri: “it happens” (verb)
flĕo, es, flevi, fletum, ēre: “I cry” (verb)
fletus, us: “cry” (noun)
fortasse: “maybe” (adv.)

G
gaudĕo, es, gavisus sum, ēre: “I’m glad” (verb)
geminus, a, um: “double” (adj.)

H
Heron Alexandrinus: “Hero of Alexandria” (noun)
hodie mane: “this morning” (expr.)

I

ille, illa, illud: “that one” (pron.)
illic: “there, in that place” (adv.)
indŭo, indŭis, indui, indutum, indŭĕre: “I wear” (verb)
insĕro, insĕris, inserui, insertum, insĕrĕre: “I insert” (verb)
instrŭo, is, struxi, structum, ĕre: “I organize” (verb)
interea: “meanwhile” (adv.)
invenio, is, veni, ventum, īre: “I find” (verb)
iocor, aris, atus sum, āri: “I joke” (verb)
is, ea, id: “he, she, it” (pron.)
iubĕo, es, iussi, iussum, ēre: “I command” (verb)

L
liquor, oris: “water” (noun)
lŏquor, lŏquĕris, locutus sum, lŏqui: “I speak” (verb)
lucĕo, es, luxi, ēre: “I shine” (verb)
ludus circensis:  “chariot race” (noun)
lumen, inis: “eye” (noun)
luscinia, ae: “nightingale” (noun)

M
mănĕo, mănes, mansi, mansum, mănēre: “I stay, I remain” (verb)
malum, i Punicum, i: “pomegranate” (noun)
mensa, mensae: “table” (noun)
melus, i: “melody” (noun)
modo: “only” (adv.)
mŏrĭor, mŏrĕris, mortuus sum, mŏri: “I die” (verb)
multas gratias tibi ago: “I thank you so much” (expr., verb)

N
nēmo, nullīus: “no one” (pron.)
nescio, is, ivi (o ĭi), itum, īre: “I don’t know” (verb)
nihil, nullius rei: “nothing” (noun)
nummus, i: “coin” (noun)

O
occĭdo, is, occĭdi, occasum, ĕre: “I fall” (verb)
odi, odisti, odisse: “I hate” (verb)
ŏportet: “It’s necessary” (expr., verb.)

P
par, par, par: “similar” (adj.)
pedem portam efferre : “to leave home” (expr.)
perditus, a, um: “ruined” (adj.)
pĕrĕo, pĕris, perii, pĕrire: “I’m destroyed” (verb)
pondŭs, eris: “weight” (noun)
popina, ae: “inn” (noun)
praesertim: “above all” (adv.)
praeter: “in front of” (prep.)
praeterea: “furthermore” (adv)
proficiscor, ĕris, profectus sum, ficisci: “I go to” (verb)
proludo, is, lusi, lusum, ĕre: “I prepare (to do sth)” (verb)
prope: “close” (prep.)
puto, as, avi, atum, āre: “I think” (verb)

Q
quaero, is, quaesivi, quaesitum, ĕre: “I ask”
quare: “why” (conj.)
quoque: “also” (adv.)
quoquoversum: “in every direction” (adv.)

R
rĕdĕo, rĕdis, redii, reditum, rĕdire: “I go back” (verb)
requiro, is, quisivi, quisitum, ĕre: “I ask for” (verb)
repente: “suddenly” (adv.)
restat ut + subjunctive:  “all (I) can do is to…” (expr.)
ridĕo, es, risi, risum, ēre: “I laugh” (verb)

S
sarcina, ae: “package” (noun)
sedĕo, es, sedi, sessum, ēre: “I sit” (verb)
sensus, us: “sense” (noun)
sero, is, sevi, satum, ĕre: “I plant” (verb)
sertum, i: “garland” (noun)
servo, servas, servavi, servatum, servāre: “I protect” (verb)
singulto, as, avi, atum, āre: “I gasp” (verb)
specto, as, avi, atum, āre: “I look at” (verb)
statim: “immediately” (adv.)
sterno, is, stravi, stratum, ĕre: “I pave” (verb)
strenuus, a, um: “valiant” (adj.)
subrīdĕo, subrīdes, subrisi, subrisum, subrīdēre: “I smile” (verb)
suopte < suo + -pte, abl. of suusa, um: “his own” (pron.)

T
tandem: “at least” (adv.)
tĕgo, tĕgis, texi, tectum, tĕgĕre: “I cover” (verb)

tempus est ut + subjunctive:it’s time to…” (expr.)
tintĭno, tintĭnas, tintĭnāre: “I ring” (verb)
torpĕo, es, ēre: “I grow thick” (verb)
tĕgo, tĕgis, texi, tectum, tĕgĕre: “I cover” (verb)

V
vādo, vādis, vādĕre: “I rush” (verb)
ventulus, i: “breeze” (noun)
ver, veris: “spring” (noun)
vero: “actually” (adv.)
vĕtera, um: “the past” (noun)
vidĕo, es, vidi, visum, ēre: “I see; I understand” (verb)
vĭdĕor, vĭdēris, visus sum, vĭdēri: “I seem” (verb)