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décimus décima décimum tenth
decípio decépi decéptus decípere deceive
declamátio declamatiónis f. statement, declamation 161
decor decóris m. ornament
décoro decorávi decorátus decoráre decorate, adorn
deféndo deféndi defénsus deféndere defend
defénsio defensiónis f. defence
defénsor defensóris m. defender
deínde then
delécto delectávi delectátus delectáre please, amuse
delegátio delegatiónis f. delegation
déleo delévi delétus delére destroy
delíctum delícti n. crime
delíneo delineávi delineátus delineáre draw, sketch, delineate
deméntia deméntiae f. insanity, madness, folly 149
deménto dementávi dementátus dementáre drive mad
demónstro demonstrávi demonstrátus demonstráre show,
demonstrate
demum just
dens dentis m. tooth
densus densa densum thick, dense
deplóro deplorávi deplorátus deploráre regret, deplore, feel sorry for,
complain about
depóno depósui depósitus depónere put down, deposit

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derídeo derísi derísus deridére laugh at
derisor derisoris m. someone who mocks or scoffs
descéndo descéndi descénsum descéndere descend
descénsus descénsus m. descent
désero desérui desértus desérere abandon
desértum desérti n. desert
desidérium desidérii n. longing
desídero desiderávi desiderátus desideráre wish, desire
désino désii désitus desínere cease
desípio desípere be a fool
despéro desperávi desperátus desperáre despair, give up hope
desum défui deésse be absent, fail, let down
detérior detérior detérius worse
deus dei m. god
di m. gods (plural of deus)
di√°bolus di√°boli m. devil
diaéta diaétae f. manner of living, diet 166
dialéctica dialécticae f. dialectics, logic 102
dico dixi dictus dícere say
dictátor dictatóris m. dictator 15, 25
dies diéi m., f. day 44, 133
differéntia differéntiae f. difference
diff√≠cilis diff√≠cilis diff√≠cile hard, difÔ¬Ācult
diff√ļgio diff√ļgi diff√ļgere disperse, scatter
d√≠gitus d√≠giti m. Ô¬Ānger 165
dígnitas dignitátis f. dignity
dignus digna dignum worthy, deserving, Ô¬Āt
diléctio dilectiónis f. love
díligens gen. diligéntis diligent
díligo diléxi diléctus dilígere love, esteem
dimídium dimídii n. half
diplóma diplómatis n. diploma, letter
dírigo diréxi diréctus dirígere direct
dirus dira dirum dire, terrible
disciplína disciplínae f. learning, discipline
disco dídici díscere learn
discórdia discórdiae f. disagreement
discrímen discríminis n. difference, turning point

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disc√ļtio disc√ļssi disc√ļssus disc√ļtere shatter
disiéctus disiécta disiéctum spread around, scattered
dispóno dispósui dispósitus dispónere set in order, arrange,
dispose
disposítio dispositiónis f. ordering, disposition 34
dísputo disputávi disputátus disputáre dispute,
argue, discuss
diu for a long time
divérsus divérsa divérsum different, opposite
divídia divídiae f. trouble
dívido divísi divísus divídere divide
divínus divína divínum divine
divísus divísa divísum divided 136
divus diva divum divine
dixi see dico
do dedi datus dare give
dóceo dócui doctus docére teach
doctor doctóris m. doctor 144
doctrína doctrínae f. teaching
dóleo dólui dolére be in pain, ache
dolor dolóris m. pain
dolorósus dolorósa dolorósum painful
domi at home
dómina dóminae f. lady
dóminor dominátus dominári rule
dóminus dómini m. master, lord 79
domus domus f. house, home
dom√ļsio domusi√≥nis f. domestic use
dono don√°vi don√°tus don√°re give, grant
donum doni n. gift
dórmio dormívi dormíre sleep
dormíto dormitávi dormitáre sleep
draco dracónis m. dragon
d√ļbito dubit√°vi dubit√°tus dubit√°re doubt
duco duxi ductus d√ļcere lead
dulcis dulcis dulce sweet, delightful
dum while, when
duo duae duo two

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durus dura durum hard
dux ducis m. leader

e see ex
ebur éboris n. ivory
ecce behold, here is
ecclésia ecclésiae f. church 80
edo 1 edi esus édere eat
edo 2 édidi éditus give out
éduco educávi educátus educáre bring up, educate
√©fÔ¬Ācax gen. efÔ¬Āc√°cis efÔ¬Ācient
effício efféci efféctus effícere bring about
effren√°tus effren√°ta effren√°tum unbridled, unrestrained
egens gen. egéntis needy, poor
egentíssimus egentíssima egentíssimum very needy
egéstas egestátis f. poverty
ego I (Table 6) 194
égomet I myself (expressing emphasis)
eheu ah, alas
eius his, hers, its (from is)
eleg√°ntia eleg√°ntiae f. elegance, reÔ¬Ānement 168
eloc√ļtio elocuti√≥nis f. oratorical delivery, phrasing of a speech 34
eloquéntia eloquéntiae f. eloquence
el√ļdo el√ļsi el√ļsus el√ļdere elude
eméritus emérita eméritum having completed one‪s term of service
éminens gen. eminéntis prominent, high, eminent 96
emítto emísi emíssus emíttere send out
emo emi emptus émere buy
encómium encómii n. speech of praise
enim indeed
eo 1 ii itum ire go
eo 2 with, by him/it (from is)
eo 3 there, thither
eódem to the same place
epíscopus epíscopi m. bishop
epístula epístulae f. letter
eques équitis m. knight, cavalryman 31
equus equi m. horse

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erat was (see sum)
ergo therefore
érigo eréxi eréctus erígere raise, erect
erro err√°vi err√°tum err√°re err, make a mistake
er√ļmpo er√ļpi er√ļptus er√ļmpere break out
esse be (see sum)
est is (see sum)
este be! imperative plural of sum
esto be! imperative of sum
et and, also, even 25
étiam even, also
etsi although, but
e√ļndo by going (from eo)
evénio evéni eveníre come out; happen
ex, e out of, from
excédo excéssi excéssus excédere exceed
excélsior excélsior excélsius higher
excípio excépi excéptus excípere except
éxcito excitávi excitátus excitáre rouse
√©xcolo exc√≥lui exc√ļltus exc√≥lere ennoble, reÔ¬Āne
excr√ļcio excruci√°vi excruci√°tus excruci√°re torment
exc√ļso excus√°vi excus√°tus excus√°re excuse
exémplum exémpli n. example
exérceo exércui exércitus exercére practice, exercise
exercitátio exercitatiónis f. exercise
exercítium exercítii n. exercise
exércitus exércitus m. army
exiti√°bilis exiti√°bilis exiti√°bile fatal, deadly 77
éxitus éxitus m. exit, end
exp√©llo √©xpuli exp√ļlsus exp√©llere expel
expéndo expéndi expénsus expéndere weigh out, pay
expérior expértus experíri experience
expértus expérta expértum experienced
expóno expósui expósitus expónere put or set out, expose
exsísto éxstiti exsístere come into existence, be, exist
exspécto exspectávi exspectátus exspectáre wait for, expect
exstínguo exstínxi exstínctus exstínguere put out, extinguish,
annihilate

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exténdo exténdi exténsus exténdere stretch out, extend
exténsus exténsa exténsum stretched out, extended
extra outside
extrémus extréma extrémum furthest out
exul éxulis m. banished, exile

faber fabri m. craftsman, skilled workman
f√°bula f√°bulae f. narrative, story
fácies faciéi f. face
f√°cilis f√°cilis f√°cile easy
facíllime easiest
fácinus facínoris n. deed, crime
f√°cio feci factus f√°cere make, do
factum facti n. fact, deed
fallo fefélli falsus fállere deceive
falsus falsa falsum false
fama famae f. fame
fames famis f. hunger
família famíliae f. family
fatum fati n. fate, destiny
f√°veo favi fa√ļtum fav√©re favour
favílla favíllae f. ashes
feci see f√°cio
felix gen. felícis happy
fémina féminae f. woman 3, 180
feminínus feminína feminínum feminine 188
fenéstra fenéstrae f. window 12
fere almost
ferens gen. feréntis carrying
fero tuli latus ferre carry
ferraméntum ferraménti n. tool of iron
ferrum ferri n. iron
ferus fera ferum wild
fessus fessa fessum tired
festíno festinávi festinátus festináre hurry
festum festi n. feast
festus festa festum festive
Ô¬Ād√©lis Ô¬Ād√©lis Ô¬Ād√©le faithful

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Ô¬Ādes f√≠dei f. faith
Ô¬Ādo Ô¬Āsus f√≠dere trust
Ô¬Ādus Ô¬Āda Ô¬Ādum faithful
f√≠eri happen (from Ô¬Āo)
Ô¬Āgo Ô¬Āxi Ô¬Āxus f√≠gere Ô¬Āx, fasten
Ô¬Āg√ļra Ô¬Āg√ļrae f. form, shape, Ô¬Āgure
Ô¬Āli son! from Ô¬Ālius
fília fíliae f. daughter
fílius fílii m. son
Ô¬Āngo Ô¬Ānxi Ô¬Āctus f√≠ngere form, shape
f√≠nio Ô¬Ān√≠vi Ô¬Ān√≠tus Ô¬Ān√≠re Ô¬Ānish 215
Ô¬Ānis Ô¬Ānis m. end, border 215
Ô¬Āo f√≠eri happen, become, be done
Ô¬Ārmam√©ntum Ô¬Ārmam√©nti n. support, foundation
Ô¬Ārmus Ô¬Ārma Ô¬Ārmum Ô¬Ārm, stable
Ô¬‚ag√©llo Ô¬‚agell√°vi Ô¬‚agell√°tus Ô¬‚agell√°re whip, lash
Ô¬‚agrans gen. Ô¬‚agr√°ntis burning
Ô¬‚amma Ô¬‚ammae f. Ô¬‚ame
Ô¬‚avus Ô¬‚ava Ô¬‚avum yellow 155
Ô¬‚ecto Ô¬‚exi Ô¬‚exus Ô¬‚√©ctere bend
Ô¬‚√≥reo Ô¬‚√≥rui Ô¬‚or√©re Ô¬‚ower (vb.)
Ô¬‚os Ô¬‚oris m. Ô¬‚ower (n.)
Ô¬‚√ļctuo Ô¬‚uctu√°vi Ô¬‚uctu√°tus Ô¬‚uctu√°re move with the waves, Ô¬‚uctuate
Ô¬‚uo Ô¬‚uxi Ô¬‚√ļere Ô¬‚ow
focus foci m. hearth, Ô¬Āreplace
foedus foéderis n. treaty, agreement
fólium fólii n. leaf
fons fontis m. spring, source
fore to be about to be (from sum)
foris outside
forma formae f. form, shape, beauty
forsan perhaps

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