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b√°sium b√°sii n. kiss
be√°tus be√°ta be√°tum happy, fortunate, blessed
Belga Belgae m. Belgian
bellum belli n. war
bene well
benedíco benedíxi benedíctus benedícere bless
benígne benevolently
benígnus benígna benígnum kind, benign
béstia béstiae f. (wild) beast
bibo bibi bíbere drink
bis twice
biséxtilis biséxtilis biséxtile double sixth 44
biséxtus biséxta biséxtum double sixth 44
blandus blanda blandum friendly, Ô¬‚attering
bónitas bonitátis f. goodness
bonus bona bonum good 18
bos bovis m., f. bull, cow
br√°cchium br√°cchii n. arm
brevis brevis breve short 191
brévitas brevitátis f. shortness
Brutus Bruti m. Brutus

cad√°ver cad√°veris n. corpse, dead body
cado cécidi cádere fall
caecus caeca caecum blind
caedo cecídi caésus caédere hit, kill
caeléstis caeléstis caeléste celestial
caelum caeli n. heaven
caerimónia caerimóniae f. ceremony 12
Caesar Caésaris m. Caesar 36, 114
cal√°mitas calamit√°tis f. misfortune 137
c√°lamus c√°lami m. reed
caleo cálui calére be warm, hot
calor calóris m. warmth, heat
c√°mera c√°merae f. vault, room
campus campi m. Ô¬Āeld
can√°lis can√°lis m. channel, groove 165
c√°ndidus c√°ndida c√°ndidum white

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canis canis m. dog
cano cécini cantum cánere sing
cant√°tum cant√°ti n. song, cantata
c√°nticum c√°ntici n. song
canto cant√°vi cant√°tus cant√°re sing 170
cantus cantus m. song
c√°pio cepi captus c√°pere take
capítulum capítuli n. capital (of a column), chapter
capélla capéllae f. chapel
c√°psula c√°psulae f. capsule
captívus captíva captívum captive
caput c√°pitis n. head
carcer c√°rceris m. prison
cáreo cárui carére lack, be without
c√°ritas carit√°tis f. love
carmen c√°rminis n. song
caro carnis f. meat
carpo carpsi carptus c√°rpere pluck
Carth√°go Carth√°ginis f. Carthage
carus cara carum dear
casa casae f. hut 5
castéllum castélli n. fort, fortress
c√°stitas castit√°tis f. chastity
castus casta castum chaste
casus casus m. fall, cause
c√°tharus c√°thari m. cathar 125
cáthedra/cathédra cáthedrae/cathédrae f. chair, teacher‪s desk
catíllus catílli m. small bowl, plate
caupo caupónis m. wine merchant, innkeeper 72
causa causae f. cause, reason, legal case
c√°veo cavi ca√ļtum cav√©re beware of
cavo cav√°vi cav√°tus cav√°re hollow out
cavus cava cavum hollow
cedo cessi cessum cédere yield, get out of the way
célebro celebrávi celebrátus celebráre celebrate
celer céleris célere rapid
cella cellae f. chamber, closet 5, 111, 169
cell√°rium cell√°rii n. cellar 169

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celo cel√°vi cel√°tus cel√°re hide, conceal
Celta Celtae m. Celt
cena cenae f. meal, dinner
cénseo cénsui censum censére judge, advise, believe
censor censóris m. censor (a Roman magistrate)
centrum centri n. centre 113
centum hundred
cer√°sea cer√°seae f. cherry 169
cerno crevi cérnere distinguish
certo cert√°vi cert√°tus cert√°re Ô¬Āght
certus certa certum certain
cervix cervícis f. neck
céteri céterae cétera the others
céterum but
chaos n. chaos
charta chartae f. leaf, document, letter
chorus chori m. choir, chorus
christi√°nus christi√°na christi√°num Christian
cibus cibi m. food
Cícero Cicerónis m. Cicero 108
cinéreus cinérea cinéreum ash-grey 155
cingo cinxi cinctus cíngere gird, go around
cinis cíneris m. ashes
circa around, about
circénses circénsium m. circus games
círculus círculi m. circle
circum around, about
circumspício circumspéxi circumspéctus circumspícere look
around
cítius faster, more quickly
cito 1 cit√°vi cit√°tus cit√°re urge, cite
cito 2 quickly
civílis civílis civíle pertaining to citizens, civil, civic 211
civílitas civilitátis f. politics
civis civis m. citizen 190
cívitas civitátis f. town 81, 180
clamo clam√°vi clam√°tus clam√°re shout (vb.)
clamor clamóris m. shout (noun)

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clarus clara clarum shining, famous 3
classis classis f. class, Ô¬‚eet 154
claudo clausi clausus cla√ļdere close
claustrum claustri n. monastery
clausus clausa clausum closed
cleméntia cleméntiae f. clemency, leniency
cléricus clérici m. priest, clergyman
cóeo cóii coíre go, come together
coepi coeptus, coepísse begin
cogitátio cogitatiónis f. thought
cógito cogitávi cogitátus cogitáre think
cognítio cognitiónis f. knowledge
cognómen cognóminis n. surname, family name 40
cognósco cognóvi cógnitus cognóscere learn, become acquainted
with, know
cogo coégi coáctus cógere drive, force
cohors cohórtis f. cohort, contingent
cóitus cóitus m. sexual intercourse
collis collis m. hill
collum colli n. neck
colo cólui cultus cólere cultivate 13
colónia colóniae f. colony 13, 169
colónus colóni m. cultivator, farmer 13, 18
color colóris m. colour
col√ļmna col√ļmnae f. column, pillar
coma comae f. hair
combinátio combinatiónis f. combination
comméndo commendávi commendátus commendáre recommend
commítto commísi commíssus commíttere commit
cómmodus cómmoda cómmodum suitable, convenient
comm√ļnis comm√ļnis comm√ļne common
cómparo comparávi comparátus comparáre compare
compléctor compléxus complécti embrace
compóno compósui compósitus compónere compose, put together
concédo concéssi concéssus concédere yield, grant, concede
concéptum concépti n. concept, idea 108
concípio concépi concéptus concípere conceive, understand
concórdia concórdiae f. agreement, concord

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conc√ļrro conc√ļrri conc√ļrsum conc√ļrrere run together, compete
conc√ļrsus conc√ļrsus m. assembly, concourse
condício condiciónis f. condition
condo cóndidi cónditus cóndere found
cónfero cóntuli collátus conférre compare
conféssio confessiónis f. confession
conf√≠cio conf√©ci conf√©ctus conf√≠cere complete, Ô¬Ānish
confído confísus confídere rely on
conf√≠teor conf√©ssus conÔ¬Āt√©ri confess, own 79
cóngrego congregávi congregátus congregáre assemble
coni√ļnctio coniuncti√≥nis n. conjunction 104
conséntio consensi consensum consentíre agree
consequéntia consequéntiae f. consequence 114
c√≥nsequor consec√ļtus c√≥nsequi pursue, reach, attain
consider√°bilis consider√°bilis consider√°bile deserving consideration
consídero considerávi considerátus consideráre examine, consider
consílium consílii n. advice, decision
consobrínus consobríni m. male cousin
consobrína consobrínae f. female cousin
consolátio consolatiónis f. consolation, comfort
consors consórtis m. partner
const√≠tuo const√≠tui constit√ļtus constit√ļere Ô¬Āx, settle
consto cónstiti constáre stand fast, agree
consuésco consuévi consuétus consuéscere to be accustomed
consuet√ļdo consuet√ļdinis f. custom, habit
consul cónsulis m. consul 8
consul√°ris consul√°re of a consul, consular
c√≥nsulo cons√ļlui cons√ļltus cons√ļlere consult, decide
cons√ļmo cons√ļmpsi cons√ļmptus cons√ļmere consume
contémno contémpsi contémptus contémnere despise, hold in
contempt
conténdo conténdi conténtus conténdere contend against, compete
conténtus conténta conténtum content
continéntia continéntiae f. abstemiousness, continence
contíneo contínui conténtus continére hold or keep together, contain
contíngo cóntigi contáctus contíngere touch; happen
contra against
contradíctio contradictiónis f. contradiction

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contr√°rius contr√°ria contr√°rium opposite, contrary
convénio convéni convéntum conveníre come together, convene
convérto convérti convérsus convértere turn, convert
convíva convívae m. guest
cópia cópiae f. supply, abundance
cor cordis n. heart
cornu cornus n. horn
coróna corónae f. garland, crown (noun)
coróno coronávi coronátus coronáre crown (vb.), adorn with a garland
corpus córporis n. body 71
corrig√©nda mistakes (lit. ‚Ęthings which must be corrected‚Ä™,
cf. addénda)
córrigo corréxi corréctus corrígere correct
corr√ļmpo corr√ļpi corr√ļptus corr√ļmpere corrupt, destroy
cras tomorrow
creátor creatóris m. creator
credo crédidi créditus crédere believe
crédulus crédula crédulum trusting, gullible
creo cre√°vi cre√°tus cre√°re produce, create
cresco crevi créscere grow
crimen críminis n. charge, offence
crudélis crudélis crudéle cruel
crux crucis f. cross
cui for whom (from qui)
cui√ļsque of each and every (from quisque)
culpa culpae f. fault 72
cult√ļra cult√ļrae f. cultivation, culture 13
cultus cultus m. cultivation, worship
cum 1 when
cum 2 with
cuncti cunctae cuncta all
cupído cupídinis f. desire
cur why
cura curae f. care, concern
curo cur√°vi cur√°tus cur√°re take care of
currículum currículi n. race
curro cuc√ļrri cursum c√ļrrere run
cursus cursus m. run

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custódio custodívi custodítus custodíre watch, guard
custos custódis m. guard
cycnus cycni m. swan

da give! (from do)
damno damn√°vi damn√°tus damn√°re judge, condemn
Dánai Danaórum m. the Greeks
de of, from, about 69
dea deae f. goddess
debéllo debellávi debellátus debelláre vanquish
débeo débui débitus debére must, ought to
decem ten 44
decérno decrévi decrétus decérnere decide
decet d√©cuit dec√©re be Ô¬Ātting

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