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fort√°sse perhaps
forte by chance, accidentally
fortis fortis forte strong 17
fórtiter strongly
fortit√ļdo fortit√ļdinis f. strength 17
fórtius stronger

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fort√ļna fort√ļnae f. fortune, destiny
forum fori n. square 6
frango fregi fractus fr√°ngere break
frater fratris m. brother 11
fraus fraudis f. fraud
frequens gen. frequéntis numerous
frígidus frígida frígidum cold
frons frontis f. forehead
fructus fructus m. fruit
fuga fugae f. Ô¬‚ight
fugax gen. fug√°cis Ô¬‚eeting
f√ļgio fugi f√ļgere Ô¬‚ee, take Ô¬‚ight
fui (I) was, have been (from sum)
f√ļimus (we) were, have been (from sum)
f√ļlgeo fulsi fulg√©re Ô¬‚ash, shine
fundo fund√°vi fund√°tus fund√°re found
funus f√ļneris n. funeral
furca furcae f. fork
furiósus furiósa furiósum mad, raging
furor furóris m. madness, rage
fut√ļrus fut√ļra fut√ļrum coming, future

ga√ļdeo gav√≠sus gaud√©re enjoy, rejoice
ga√ļdium ga√ļdii n. joy
gaza gazae f. treasure, riches
gémini geminórum m. twins 157
gemma gemmae f. jewel
gener generi m. son-in-law
gens gentis f. family, clan, people 40
gentílis gentílis m. belonging to the same family
genu genus n. knee
genus géneris n. kin, kind, sort 154
geometría geometríae f. geometry 102
gero gessi gestus gérere bear, do
gesta gestórum n. deeds, exploits 130
gladiátor gladiatóris m. gladiator
gl√°dius gl√°dii m. sword
glória glóriae f. glory, honour, fame

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gnatus gnata gnatum born
gradus gradus m. step
Graécia Graéciae f. Greece
graecus graeca graecum Greek
gramen gr√°minis n. grass
gramm√°tica gramm√°ticae f. grammar 102
gramm√°ticus gramm√°tici m. grammarian, scholar
grandis grandis grande big
granum grani n. grain, seed
gr√°tia gr√°tiae f. thanks, grace 80
gratus grata gratum agreeable, pleasing
gravis gravis grave heavy
gr√°vitas gravit√°tis f. solemn demeanour, seriousness
gressus gressus m. step, way
grex gregis m. herd, Ô¬‚ock
gusto gust√°vi gust√°tus gust√°re taste (vb.)
gustus gustus m. taste (noun)
gutta guttae f. drop

hábeo hábui hábitus habére have
h√°bito habit√°vi habit√°tus habit√°re inhabit
h√°bitus h√°bitus m. posture, appearance, dress
haec this (from hic 1)
haeréticus haerétici m. heretic
haud not
herba herbae f. grass, green crops
heres herédis m. heir
hic 1 haec hoc this (Table 8) 195
hic 2 here
história históriae f. history, narrative
hoc this (see hic)
homicída homicídae m., f. murderer, murderess
homo hóminis m. man
honéstus honésta honéstum honorable, respected
honor honóris m. honour
hora horae f. hour
horror horróris m. trembling, dread
hortor hort√°tus hort√°ri encourage 199

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hortus horti m. garden
horum of these (from hic)
hospes hóspitis m., f. host, guest
hospit√°le hospit√°lis n. guest house
hostis hostis m. enemy
hum√°nus hum√°na hum√°num human
hum√°nior hum√°nior hum√°nius more human
h√ļmilis h√ļmilis h√ļmile lowly, humble
humor hum√≥ris m. liquid, Ô¬‚uid 150
humus humi f. earth, soil

iáceo iácui iacére lie
i√°cio ieci iactus i√°cere throw
iact√°tus iact√°tus m. tossing
iacto iact√°vi iact√°tus iact√°re throw, toss
iactus iacta iactum thrown
i√°culor iacul√°tus iacul√°ri throw, hurl
iam now, already, soon
i√°nua i√°nuae f. door
ibam I went (from eo)
ibi there
ib√≠dem in the same place (abbreviated as ‚Ęibid.‚Ä™)
id that (from is)
idem éadem idem same 197
Idus √ćduum f. the Ides (the thirteenth or Ô¬Āfteenth day of the month) 44
ígitur therefore
ign√°rus ign√°ra ign√°rum ignorant of
ignis ignis m. Ô¬Āre
ignóro ignorávi ignorátus ignoráre not know
ille illa illud that (Table 9) 196
ill√ļstro illustr√°vi illustr√°tus illustr√°re illustrate 214
im√°go im√°ginis f. picture
ímitor imitátus imitári imitate
imménsus imménsa imménsum immeasurable,
immense, vast
immíneo immínui imminére hang over
immoder√°tus immoder√°ta immoder√°tum immoderate,
immeasurable

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immort√°lis immort√°lis immort√°le immortal
impéndo impéndi impénsus impéndere expend
impénsius more expensively
imperátor imperatóris m. commander, emperor 39
impérito imperitávi imperitátum imperitáre rule
impérium impérii n. command; power; empire 39, 90
ímpero imperávi imperátus imperáre command, be in command 39
ímpius ímpia ímpium impious, wicked
impóno impósui impósitus impónere put, lay upon; impose
impórto importávi importátus importáre bring in, import 171
ímprimo impréssi impréssus imprímere print, stamp
ímprobus ímproba ímprobum bad; enormous, excessive
imp√ļlsus imp√ļlsus m. push, inÔ¬‚uence, impulse
imp√ļne with impunity
impunítus impuníta impunítum unpunished
in in, into, to
inc√©ndium inc√©ndii n. Ô¬Āre
incértus incérta incértum uncertain
incípio incépi incéptus incípere begin
incl√ļdo incl√ļsi incl√ļsus incl√ļdere enclose, include
íncoho incohávi incohátus incoháre begin
íncolo incólui incólere inhabit, cultivate
incunábula incunabulórum n. cradle
índico indicávi indicátus indicáre indicate, make known
indigéstus indigésta indigéstum unarranged, without order
indignátio indignatiónis f. displeasure, indignation
ind√ļco ind√ļxi ind√ļctus ind√ļcere lead or bring in, persuade
inféctus 1 infécta inféctum unmade, undone
inféctus 2 infécta inféctum infected
inférnus inférna inférnum belonging to the underworld, infernal
ínfero íntuli illátus inférre introduce, infer
√≠nÔ¬Āmus √≠nÔ¬Āma √≠nÔ¬Āmum lowest
inÔ¬Ān√≠tus inÔ¬Ān√≠ta inÔ¬Ān√≠tum unlimited
inÔ¬‚u√©ntia inÔ¬‚u√©ntiae f. inÔ¬‚uence
infórmo informávi informátus informáre form, shape, imagine,
inform 173
infra under, beneath; below, later on (in a book or writing)
ingénium ingénii n. character, genius

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ingens gen. ingéntis huge
inhum√°nus inhum√°na inhum√°num inhuman
início iniéci iniéctus inícere throw in
inítium inítii n. beginning
ini√ļria ini√ļriae f. injustice
ini√ļstus ini√ļsta ini√ļstum unjust
ínnocens gen. innocéntis innocent
innócue innocently
inquam I say
inquin√°tus inquin√°ta inquin√°tum Ô¬Ālthy, polluted
insánio insanívi insaníre be mad
insígnis insígnis insígne distinguished
insolens gen. insoléntis unusual, excessive
inspício inspéxi inspéctus inspícere examine, look into, inspect
inst√≠tuo inst√≠tui instit√ļtus instit√ļere institute, found, determine
instit√ļtio instituti√≥nis f. instruction, principle
instruméntum instruménti n. equipment, tool, instrument
√≠nstruo instr√ļxi instr√ļctus instr√ļere equip, construct
insufÔ¬Āci√©ntia insufÔ¬Āci√©ntiae f. insufÔ¬Āciency, weakness
ínsula ínsulae f. island
ínteger íntegra íntegrum whole, complete
intelléctus intelléctus m. understanding, intelligence 114
intélligo intelléxi intelléctus intellígere understand
inténdo inténdi inténtus inténdere stretch out, point
inter between, among
interdíco interdíxi interdíctus interdícere forbid
interfício interféci interféctus interfícere kill, destroy
interiéctio interiectiónis f. interjection 104
ínterim meanwhile
intérimo interémi interémptus interímere kill
intérrogo interrogávi interrogátus interrogáre ask
intra within, inside
intro intr√°vi intr√°tum intr√°re enter
inv√©nio inv√©ni inv√©ntus inven√≠re Ô¬Ānd, invent
invéntio inventiónis f. invention, inventing 34
invíto invitávi invitátus invitáre invite
invítus invíta invítum unwilling, reluctant
iocus ioci m. joke

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Iovis see Iupiter
ipse ipsa ipsum self 197
ira irae f. anger
irrepar√°bilis irrepar√°bilis irrepar√°bile irreparable, irretrievable
irrevoc√°bilis irrevoc√°bilis irrevoc√°bile irrevocable
is ea id that (Table 7)
iste ista istud that (near or concerning you)
istuc thither, towards you 67
ita so, thus, in this way
item likewise, also
iter itíneris n. journey
itur one goes (from eo 1)
iuc√ļndus iuc√ļnda iuc√ļndum pleasant, agreeable
iudex i√ļdicis m. judge
iudícium iudícii n. judgement
Iuno Iunonis m. Juno
I√ļpiter Iovis m. Jupiter
iuro iur√°vi iur√°tus iur√°re swear (on something)
ius iuris n. right, law 71‚Ä“2
i√ļssio iussi√≥nis f. order, command
iustítia iustítiae f. justice 114
iustus iusta iustum just 17
i√ļvenis i√ļvenis m. young man
iuvo iuvi iutus iuv√°re help
iuxta next to, beside

Kal√©ndae Kalend√°rum f. the Kalends (the Ô¬Ārst day of the month) 44

labor 1 labóris m. labour, pain, trouble
labor 2 lapsus labi sink, slide
labóro laborávi laborátus laboráre work, strive
lac lactis n. milk
lacésso lacessivi lacessitus lacessere tease, provoke
l√°crima l√°crimae f. tear
lacrimósus lacrimósa lacrimósum tearful
lacus lacus m. lake
laedo laesi laesus laédere injure, hurt, damage
laetus laeta laetum glad

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lapis l√°pidis m. stone
lapsus lapsus m. chance, mistake
laque√°tus laque√°ta laque√°tum panelled
largus larga largum liberal, generous
lassus lassa lassum tired
latínus latína latínum Latin 3, 92
L√°tium L√°tii n. Latium 7, 52‚Ä“3
latus l√°teris n. side

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