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pulvis pĂșlveris m. dust, powder
punctum puncti n. point, vote
pĂșnio punĂ­vi punĂ­tus punĂ­re punish
purgatĂłrium purgatĂłrii n. Purgatory 126
pĂșrpura pĂșrpurae f. purple (the colour of garments worn by kings
and magistrates)
purpurĂĄtus purpurĂĄta purpurĂĄtum purple-coloured
purus pura purum pure, clean
puto putĂĄvi putĂĄtus putĂĄre think

quadrĂ­vium quadrĂ­vii n. ‘four ways’ (the four more
advanced artes liberales) 105
quae that, which (from quis or qui)
quaero quaesívi quaesítus quaérere ask, look for
qualis qualis quale what a, such
quam how; than; which (from quis or qui)
quando when
quandĂłque whenever, sometimes
quantum how much, so much as
quantus quanta quantum how big, as big as
quare why
quartus quarta quartum fourth
quarum of which (from quis or qui)
quasi just as, as if, as it were
quater four times
quattuor four
–que and (placed after a word: populusque ‘and the people’) 18
quem whom, that, which (from quis or qui)
qui quae quod who, which, that (Table 10) 196
quia because, that
quid what, which, some (from quis)
quidam quaedam quoddam a certain, some
quinque five 11
QuintĂ­lius Quintilii m. Quintilius
quintus quinta quintum fifth 44
quis quae quid/quod who, what (Table 10) 196
quisque quaeque quidque/quodque each, every (Table 10)

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quisquis quidquid whoever
quo with which (from quis or qui); to where
quod that which, which (from quis or qui); because, that
quĂłmodo in what manner
quondam sometimes, formerly
quoque also
quorum whose (from quis or qui)
quos which (from quis or qui)
quot how many, as many as

rado rasi rasus rĂĄdere scrape, cross out
rĂĄpidus rĂĄpida rĂĄpidum quick
rĂĄpio rĂĄpui rĂĄptus rĂĄpere seize, snatch, tear
rarus rara rarum rare
re thing (from res)
recédo recéssi recéssus recédere go back, recede
recens gen. recéntis new, fresh
recípio recépi recéptus recípere receive
rectus recta rectum right, straight, upright
recĂșrro recĂșrri recĂșrrere run back, return
reddo réddidi rédditus réddere give back
rédeo rédii redíre to go back, return
redĂșco redĂșxi redĂșctus redĂșcere lead back
réfero réttuli relåtus reférre carry back, report
regĂ­na regĂ­nae f. queen, the reigning Queen (after a name or in the
title of lawsuits, e.g. Regina v. Jones, ‘the Crown versus Jones’) 7
régio regiónis f. boundary, region
régius régia régium royal
regnum regni n. kingdom 154
rego rexi rectus régere rule
relĂ­gio religiĂłnis f. religion, conscientiousness
relĂ­nquo relĂ­qui relĂ­ctus relĂ­nquere leave
relĂ­quiae reliquiĂĄrum f. remains
remåneo remånsi remanére stay or remain behind
remĂ­tto remĂ­si remĂ­ssus remĂ­ttere send back
remóveo remóvi remótus removére take away, remove
repério répperi repértus reperíre find
repetĂ­tio repetitiĂłnis f. repetition

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répeto repetívi repetítus repétere repeat
réprimo représsi représsus reprímere keep back, restrain, repress
réquies requiétis f. rest
requiésco requiévi requiéscere rest
requĂ­ro requisĂ­vi requisĂ­tus requĂ­rere ask for, require
rerum of things (from res)
res rei f. thing 8,22
res pĂșblica rei pĂșblicae f. republic, state 8
resído resédi reséssum resídere sit down, settle
resísto réstiti resístere resist
respício respéxi respéctus respícere consider, respect
respóndeo respóndi respónsum respondére answer
restĂ­tuo restĂ­tui restitĂștus restitĂșere restore, return, give back
retíneo retínui reténtus retinére hold or keep back
retro backwards, behind
reveréntia reveréntiae f. worship, respect
revértor revérsus revérti return, revert to
rex regis m. king, the reigning King (after a name or in the titles of
lawsuits, e.g. Rex. v. Jones, ‘the Crown versus Jones’) 7, 190
rhetĂłrica rhetĂłricae f. rhetoric 33, 102
rhetĂłricus rhetĂłrica rhetĂłricum which has to do with speech,
rhetorical
rĂ­cinus rĂ­cini m. tick
rídeo risi risus ridére laugh
ridĂ­culus ridĂ­cula ridĂ­culum funny, ridiculous
rigor rigĂłris m. stiffness
robur rĂłboris n. hardness, strength
rogo rogĂĄvi rogĂĄtus rogĂĄre ask
Roma Romae f. Rome 5
romĂĄnus 1 romĂĄni m. a Roman 15
romĂĄnus 2 romĂĄna romĂĄnum Roman 90, 92
roro rorĂĄvi rorĂĄre drop, drip
rosa rosae f. rose
rota rotae f. wheel
roto rotĂĄvi rotĂĄtus rotĂĄre turn or roll round
rubricĂĄtus rubricĂĄta rubricĂĄtum headlined
rudis rudis rude raw, rough
ruĂ­na ruĂ­nae f. ruin

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rumor rumĂłris m. rumour, reputation
rus ruris n. the countryside
rĂșsticus rĂșstica rĂșsticum rustic 92

sacer sacra sacrum holy 7
saéculum saéculi n. lifetime, century
saevus saeva saevum fierce, savage
sal salis m. salt
salĂ­nus salĂ­na salĂ­nus salty, of salt
salto saltĂĄvi saltĂĄtus saltĂĄre dance
saltus saltus m. jump
salus salĂștis f. safety, welfare
salĂșto salutĂĄvi salutĂĄtus salutĂĄre greet
salve Hello!
salveo salvére be in good health, greet, say hello
salvo salvĂĄvi salvĂĄtus salvĂĄre save
salvus salva salvum safe, unharmed
sanctus sancta sanctum holy, sacred
sanguis sĂĄnguinis m. blood 150
sanus sana sanum healthy
såpiens gen. sapiéntis wise
sapiéntia sapiéntiae f. wisdom
sat enough
satélles satéllitis m. attendant 165
satis enough
sĂĄtius more satisfactory
sĂĄtura sĂĄturae f. satire
scelus scéleris n. crime
schola scholae f. school
sciéntia sciéntiae f. skill, knowledge, science
scio scii scitus scire know
scĂłpulus scĂłpuli m. crag
scribo scripsi scriptus scrĂ­bere write
scriptĂłrium scriptĂłrii n. writing room 118
sculpo sculpsi sculptus scĂșlpere sculpt
se himself, herself, themselves
secrétus secréta secrétum secret
secĂșndus secĂșnda secĂșndum second, following

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secĂșrus secĂșra secĂșrum safe, sure
sed but
sédeo sedi sedére sit
semel once
semen séminis n. seed
seméntis seméntis f. sowing
semper always
senĂĄtus senĂĄtus m. the Senate 8–9
senĂ©ctus senectĂștis f. old age
senex 1 senis m., f. old man, old woman 9
senex 2 gen. senis old
senĂ­lis senĂ­lis senĂ­le concerning old age 149
sensus sensus m. sense, feeling
senténtia senténtiae f. opinion
séntio sensi sensum sentíre feel, hear
septem seven 44
sepĂșlchrum sepĂșlchri n. grave
sepultĂșra sepultĂșrae f. burial
sequor secĂștus sum sequi follow
seréno serenåvi serenåtus serenåre make clear or bright,
light up
sermo sermĂłnis m. speech, language, talk
sero 1 sevi satus sérere sow
sero 2 late
sérpens serpéntis f., m. snake
serva servae f. female slave 17
servĂ­lis servĂ­lis servĂ­le of a slave, servile
sérvio servívi servítus servíre be a slave
servo servĂĄvi servĂĄtus servĂĄre save
servus servi m. slave 17
sese himself, herself, themselves
sevérus sevéra sevérum stern, serious
sex six
sextus sexta sextum sixth 44
si if
sic thus, so
sidus sĂ­deris n. star, constellation
signum signi f. sign

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siléntium siléntii f. silence
síleo sílui silére be silent
silva silvae f. wood
silvéstris silvéstris silvéstre wood-, relating to a
wood or forest 155
sĂ­milis sĂ­milis sĂ­mile like
simĂ­llimus simĂ­llima simĂ­llimum most like, very like
simplex gen. sĂ­mplicis simple
simplĂ­citas simplicitĂĄtis f. simplicity
simul at the same time; as soon as
sĂ­mulo simulĂĄvi simulĂĄtus simulĂĄre simulate
sine without
singulĂĄris singulĂĄris singulĂĄre one by one, singular 185
sĂ­ngulus sĂ­ngula sĂ­ngulum single, one at a time 185
sinĂ­ster sinĂ­stra sinĂ­strum left; inauspicious
sinus sinus m. curve, bay
sit is, may be (from sum)
situs situs m. situation
sĂłbrius sĂłbria sĂłbrium sober, temperate
socĂ­etas societĂĄtis f. fellowship, community, union, society
sĂłcius sĂłcii m. fellow, comrade, companion
sol solis m. sun
sóleo sólitus solére be used to
solitĂșdo solitĂșdinis f. loneliness, solitude, desert, wilderness
sollémnis sollémnis sollémne solemn
solus sola solum only
solvo solvi solĂștus sĂłlvere loosen, release, set free, solve
somnus somni m. sleep
sonus soni m. sound 134
sĂłrdidus sĂłrdida, sĂłrdidum dirty
soror sorĂłris f. sister
spargo sparsi sparsus spĂĄrgere spread
spĂĄtium spĂĄtii n. space, room
spécies speciéi f. sight, appearance; species
spectĂĄtor spectatĂłris m. member of the audience, spectator
specto spectĂĄvi spectĂĄtus spectĂĄre look at, regard
spero sperĂĄvi sperĂĄtus sperĂĄre hope (vb.)
spes spei f. hope (noun)

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spĂ­ritus spĂ­ritus m. breath, spirit
spiro spirĂĄvi spirĂĄre breathe
spléndeo spléndui splendére shine
stabulĂĄrius stabulĂĄrii m. landlord, innkeeper
stĂĄtua stĂĄtuae f. statue
statĂșra statĂșrae f. height, stature 96
status status m. state, posture
stella stellae f. star
stilus stili m. stylus (for wax tablets); pen
stipulĂĄtio stipulationis f. oral contract 72
sto steti stare stand
strabus straba strabum cross-eyed, one-eyed
stratum strati n. cover, saddle
stricte strictly
stĂșdeo stĂșdui studĂ©re pursue, study
stĂșdium stĂșdii n. eagerness; study; zeal
stultus stulta stultum stupid
suådeo suåsi suåsus suadére persuade
suĂĄvis suĂĄvis suĂĄve mild, gentle

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