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English Meaning Index

Jonathan Slocum and Marie-Claire Beaulieu

This English Index lists, in alphabetical order, seemingly significant words used in the "general meaning" glosses of Base Forms underlying one or more surface (word) forms in lesson texts. For each English word, base forms having that word in their general meanings are shown, along with links to every usage, in every numbered lesson, of the associated surface forms. With this index, one may click on any link to perform a quick "usage look-up," and thereby study how surface forms in texts are constructed from base forms sharing a general English meaning word. In order to reduce clutter in this index, certain high-frequency English "function" words are ignored unless there are no "content" words in the meaning.

This index was created by software, not by human hand, using lesson materials authored with very few constraints on the expression of "meaning" other than it being in English. Selecting significant words from free-form text via software is a notoriously difficult task. For example, while most meanings in these lessons are expressed as "glosses," some or parts may be comments directed toward the human reader, who is expected to discern the difference. Computer software cannot yet make such subtle linguistic distinctions, so all words in a meaning are treated alike. With few exceptions, then, all words are indexed. The results are neither produced nor presented with any claims to superior linguistic sensitivity, but at least the full meaning texts are shown for your inspection and judgment. Modest effort was invested in tuning the software to ignore [apparently] superfluous, high-frequency words (e.g., the preposition "of") that, in the presence of [apparently] more important words, contribute little or no useful information to an index; unfortunately this may result in some words, in some contexts, being unfairly omitted.

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ABIDE :   <sto, stare, steti, statum>   stand, abide   --
3.217
ABLE :   <possum, posse, potui>   be able   --
9.10, 9.60
ABLE :   <valeo, valere, valui, ->   be able   --
8.98
ABOUT :   <de>   from, about   --
3.15, 3.118, 3.175, 3.190, 3.192, 4.149, 4.188, 4.221, 7.175, 9.124
ABOVE :   <insuper>   above, on top   --
6.143
ABUNDANCE :   <copia, copiae>   abundance, wealth   --
4.57
ABUNDANT :   <exubero, exuberare, -, ->   be abundant   --
9.9
ACCOUNT :   <ratio, rationis>   account, affair   --
3.281
ACCUSTOM :   <adsuesco, adsuescere, adsuescevi, adsuescetum>   accustom   --
9.196
ACCUSTOMED :   <soleo, solere, solitum>   be accustomed   --
4.31, 6.136, 9.187
ACCUSTOMED :   <solitus, solita, solitum>   accustomed   --
9.53
ACQUAINTED :   <nosco, noscere, novi, notum>   be acquainted with, get to know   --
4.77, 6.11
ACROSS :   <trano, tranare, tranavi>   swim across   --
2.247
ADD :   <adiungo, adjungere, adjunxi, adjunctum>   add   --
1.140
ADDICTED :   <deditus, dedita, deditum>   devoted, addicted   --
4.90
ADEQUATELY :   <satis>   adequately, sufficiently   --
6.10
ADJOINING :   <cohaerens, cohaerentis>   continuous, adjoining   --
6.53
ADJOINING :   <conexus, conexa, conexum>   adjoining   --
6.51
ADMINISTER :   <administro, administrare, administravi, administratum>   administer, conduct   --
4.141
ADMINISTRATOR :   <administer, administri>   administrator   --
4.122
ADMIRE :   <admiror, admirari, admiratus sum>   admire   --
1.81
ADVANCE :   <procedo, procedere, processi, processum>   advance   --
1.12
ADVANTAGEOUS :   <commodus, commoda, commodum>   used adverbially = complete, advantageous   --
4.137
AENEAS :   <Aeneas, Aeneae>   Aeneas   --
1.58, 1.120, 1.143, 1.182
AFFAIR :   <ratio, rationis>   account, affair   --
3.281
AFFECTION :   <affectio, affectionis>   affection   --
8.191
AFFLICT :   <adficio, adficere, adfeci, adfectum>   afflict   --
4.105, 9.92
AFTER :   <ab>   from, after   --
1.183, 4.152, 5.7, 5.82, 8.140, 10.11, 10.156
AFTER :   <exin>   after that, then   --
7.138
AFTER :   <post>   after   --
5.231, 8.31, 8.55
AFTER :   <posthabeo, posthabere, posthabui, posthabitum>   place after, esteem less   --
10.123
AFTER :   <postquam>   after   --
1.52
AGAINST :   <adversus>   opposite to, against   --
6.68
AGED :   <senex, senis>   aged   --
9.107
AGRICULTURE :   <agricultura, agriculturae>   agriculture   --
5.173, 5.261
AIM :   <conor, conari, conatus sum>   attempt, aim   --
2.186
ALBAN :   <Albanus, Albana, Albanum>   Alban   --
10.47
ALBINUS :   <Albinus, Albini>   Albinus   --
9.119
ALCUIN :   <Alcuinus, Alcuini>   Alcuin   --
9.121
ALL :   <cunctus, cuncta, cunctum>   all   --
2.166
ALL :   <omnis, omnis, omne>   all   --
2.101, 3.35, 3.103, 3.176, 4.40, 4.87, 5.66, 6.99, 6.199, 7.64, 7.84, 8.101, 8.105, 8.169, 10.121
ALLOW :   <concedo, concedere, concessi, concessum>   grant, allow   --
4.229
ALLOW :   <sino, sinere, sivi>   permit, allow   --
10.140
ALMOST :   <fere>   almost   --
3.174, 3.277, 4.25
ALMOST :   <paene>   almost   --
2.44, 3.57
ALONE :   <solus, sola, solum>   alone   --
5.39, 7.32
ALONE :   <unus, una, unum>   one, alone   --
2.48, 2.151, 4.74, 10.122
ALREADY :   <iam>   already   --
2.184, 8.13, 10.141
ALSO :   <etiam>   also, even   --
9.27, 9.73
ALSO :   <itaque>   and also   --
3.253
ALSO :   <item>   also   --
9.122
ALSO :   <quoque>   also   --
10.34
AM :   <sum, esse, fui>   I am   --
1.32, 1.56, 1.94, 1.123, 2.50, 2.127, 3.10, 3.13, 3.41, 3.46, 3.104, 3.123, 3.162, 3.195, 3.231, 3.269, 4.7, 4.18, 4.55, 4.86, 4.104, 4.194, 4.205, 4.208, 5.147, 5.226, 6.12, 6.190, 7.68, 7.114, 7.199, 8.7, 8.16, 8.220, 8.250, 9.5, 9.52, 9.71, 9.192, 10.94, 10.131, 10.136
AMONG :   <apud>   among, with   --
1.121, 1.135, 3.163, 3.229, 6.85, 9.134
AMONG :   <inter>   between, among   --
1.14, 1.107, 1.109, 3.24, 5.100, 6.16, 8.248
ANCHISES :   <Anchises, Anchisae>   Anchises   --
1.60
ANCIENT :   <antiquus, antiqua, antiquum>   ancient   --
10.93
AND :   <-que>   and   --
1.16, 1.68, 1.83, 1.162, 2.241, 3.17, 3.160, 3.179, 3.199, 3.280, 4.57, 4.64, 4.76, 4.108, 4.111, 4.122, 4.207, 5.116, 5.176, 5.216, 5.275, 5.310, 6.141, 6.281, 6.310, 6.320, 7.16, 7.184, 7.205, 8.184, 9.10, 9.87, 9.177, 10.6, 10.16, 10.41, 10.47, 10.101, 10.106, 10.143, 10.144
AND :   <ac>   and   --
3.140, 5.85, 5.210, 6.29, 6.121, 6.125, 6.237, 6.329, 9.48, 9.209
AND :   <at>   and   --
7.35
AND :   <atque>   and   --
3.43, 4.20, 4.51, 4.99, 4.178, 5.69, 5.229, 5.290, 6.220, 6.286, 7.30, 7.107, 10.49
AND :   <et>   and   --
1.61, 1.79, 1.84, 2.146, 2.222, 3.19, 3.181, 4.183, 4.187, 5.43, 5.49, 5.51, 5.150, 5.155, 5.222, 6.52, 6.102, 6.137, 6.148, 6.165, 6.181, 6.241, 6.253, 6.276, 6.332, 7.153, 8.24, 8.27, 8.75, 8.78, 8.127, 8.137, 8.181, 8.187, 8.214, 9.8, 9.136, 9.138, 9.145, 9.147, 9.160, 9.175, 9.178, 10.21, 10.24, 10.35
ANGER :   <ira, irae>   anger   --
10.32, 10.84
ANGRY :   <doleo, dolere, dolui, dolitum>   suffer, be angry   --
10.68
ANIMAL :   <belua, beluae>   wild animal, monster   --
6.282
ANY :   <aliqui, aliqua, aliquod>   some, any   --
3.40, 4.21, 8.50, 8.126
ANY :   <qui, qua(e), quod>   some, any   --
3.209, 5.302
ANYONE :   <aliquis, aliquis, aliquid>   anyone   --
8.134
ANYTHING :   <quis, quis, quid>   someone, anything   --
3.183, 4.147, 4.148, 4.164, 10.138
APPEAR :   <advenio, advenire, adveni, adventum>   arrive, appear   --
6.169
APPEAR :   <exorior, exoriri, exortus sum>   arise, appear   --
7.165
APPEARANCE :   <species, speciei>   appearance   --
6.104
APPLICATION :   <studium, studii>   application, study   --
5.71, 5.258, 10.106
APPROACH :   <adeo, adire, adii, aditum>   approach, encounter   --
10.78
ARISE :   <exorior, exoriri, exortus sum>   arise, appear   --
7.165
ARISE :   <nascor, nasci, natus sum>   be produced, arise   --
5.311
ARISE :   <orior, oriri, ortus sum>   arise   --
5.303
ARM :   <brachium, brachi>   lower arm   --
6.328
ARM :   <lacertus, lacerti>   upper arm   --
6.330
ARMED :   <armatus, armata, armatum>   armed   --
2.237
ARMS :   <arma, armorum>   arms   --
2.221, 10.5, 10.128
ARMY :   <exercitus, excercitus>   army   --
1.110
AROUND :   <circum>   around   --
4.61
AROUND :   <circumfero, circumferre, circumtuli, circumlatum>   carry around   --
2.88, 9.186
AROUND :   <circumspecto, circumspectare, circumspectavi, circumspectatum>   look around   --
2.134
ARRANGE :   <loco, locare, locavi, locatus>   place, arrange   --
6.46
ARRANGED :   <instructus, instructa, instructum>   arranged, ready   --
1.6
ARRIVAL :   <adventus, adventus>   arrival, coming   --
4.28
ARRIVE :   <advenio, advenire, adveni, adventum>   arrive, appear   --
6.169
ARRIVE :   <pervenio, pervenire, perveni, perventum>   arrive, reach   --
3.9
ART :   <ars, artis>   skill, art   --
9.83, 9.158
ASSEMBLE :   <concurro, concurrere, concurri, concursum>   assemble, come together   --
3.159
ASSEMBLED :   <coeo, coire, coivi, coitum>   come together, be assembled   --
5.220
ASSEMBLY :   <concilium, concilii>   council, assembly   --
4.226
ASSIGN :   <attribuo, attribuere, attribui, attributum>   assign   --
5.228
ASSIST :   <iuvo, iuvare, iuvi, iutum>   assist, help   --
5.47
ASSISTANCE :   <ops, opis>   assistance, wealth, resources   --
5.46, 5.327, 10.105
ASSISTANCE :   <remedium, remedii>   remedy, assistance   --
6.71
ASTRONOMY :   <astronomia, astronomiae>   astronomy   --
9.142
ATTACK :   <impetus, impetus>   attack, charge   --
2.185, 2.203
ATTEMPT :   <conor, conari, conatus sum>   attempt, aim   --
2.186
ATTEMPT :   <tempto, temptare, temptavi, temptatum>   attempt   --
9.174
ATTENTION :   <opera, operae>   work, service, attention   --
7.13, 9.31
ATTENTION :   <studeo, studere, studui>   give attention, be devoted   --
5.28, 5.87, 5.175, 5.274
AUGURY :   <augurium, augurii>   interpretation of omens, augury   --
7.16
AUTHORITY :   <numen, numinis>   authority   --
10.65
AVENTINE :   <Aventinus, Aventini>   Aventine   --
7.41
AVOID :   <fugio, fugi>   flee, avoid   --
8.197
AVOID :   <vito, vitare, vitavi, vitatus>   avoid, evade   --
5.292
BACK :   <reicio, reicere, rejeci, rejectum>   push back, reject   --
8.196
BACK :   <sustineo, sustinere, sustinui, sustentum>   hold back   --
2.204
BARE :   <nudus, nuda, nudum>   bare, naked   --
5.165, 6.327
BATHE :   <perluo, perluere, perlui, perlutum>   wash, bathe   --
5.154
BATTLE :   <acies, aciei>   line of battle   --
1.7, 2.145
BATTLE :   <proelium, proelii>   battle   --
2.132, 4.110
BEAM :   <radius, radii>   rod, beam   --
7.141
BEAR :   <fero, ferre, tuli, latum>   bear, carry   --
5.102, 10.118
BEAR :   <gero, gerere, gessi, gestum>   bear, carry out, wear   --
5.260, 6.252
BEAST :   <fera, ferae>   wild beast   --
6.254, 6.275
BEAUTIFUL :   <pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum>   beautiful, excellent   --
7.37, 7.158, 7.184
BECAUSE :   <ob>   because of   --
4.100, 10.31
BECAUSE :   <quia>   because   --
6.158
BECAUSE :   <quod>   that, because   --
4.174, 5.149, 6.304, 8.145
BED :   <lectus, lecti>   bed   --
9.183
BEFORE :   <ante>   before   --
4.26
BEFORE :   <priusquam>   before   --
1.9
BEFORE :   <pro>   for, before   --
2.8, 4.114
BEGIN :   <incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum>   begin   --
2.133
BEGUN :   <incohatus, incohata, incohatum>   begun   --
9.211
BENCH :   <scamnum, scamni>   bench, seat   --
7.204
BETTER :   <melius>   better   --
9.56
BETWEEN :   <inter>   between, among   --
1.14, 1.107, 1.109, 3.24, 5.100, 6.16, 8.248
BETWEEN :   <intersum, interesse, interfui>   lie between, concern   --
3.137
BIRD :   <avis, avis>   bird   --
7.33, 7.162, 7.181
BIRDS :   <auspicium, auspicii>   divination by the flight of birds   --
7.15, 7.27, 7.201
BLOOD :   <sanguis, sanguinis>   blood   --
10.157
BLOOD-RELATIONS :   <cognatio, cognationis>   blood-relations, kindred   --
5.216
BODY :   <corpus, corporis>   body   --
5.163, 7.179, 8.132, 8.164
BODY :   <sidus, sideris>   constellation, heavenly body   --
9.163
BORDER :   <finis, finis>   border, limit   --
3.193, 5.198, 5.272
BORDERING :   <finitimus, finitima, finitimum>   bordering, neighbor   --
4.153
BOUNDARY :   <ora, orae>   mouth, boundary, coast   --
7.89, 7.108, 10.12
BOY :   <puer, pueri>   boy   --
8.14
BREAK :   <rumpo, rumpere, rupi, ruptus>   break   --
2.192
BREAST :   <pectus, pectoris>   breast   --
6.335
BRIDGE :   <pons, pontis>   bridge   --
2.41, 2.80, 2.174, 2.193
BRIGHT :   <splendeo, splendere, -, ->   shine, be bright   --
6.122
BRING :   <adfero, adferre, attuli, adlatum>   bring, convey   --
5.245
BRITAIN :   <Brittania, Brittaniae>   Britain   --
9.125
BROAD :   <latus, lata, latum>   broad   --
5.271
BROOCH :   <fibula, fibulae>   brooch   --
6.201
BUILD :   <aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi, aedificatum>   build   --
5.293, 6.74
BUILDING :   <aedificium, aedificii>   building   --
6.54
BURDEN :   <onero, onerare, oneravi, oneratum>   load, burden   --
6.145
BURN :   <cremo, cremare, cremavi, crematum>   burn   --
1.63
BUT :   <autem>   but   --
6.180, 8.159
BUT :   <sed>   but   --
3.117, 5.208, 6.239, 6.331, 8.12, 8.64, 9.204, 10.153
BUT :   <tamen>   nevertheless, but   --
9.141
BUT :   <vero>   truly, but   --
5.128, 9.55
BY :   <auspicium, auspicii>   divination by the flight of birds   --
7.15, 7.27, 7.201
BY :   <longe>   by far   --
7.157, 10.102
BY :   <per>   through, by   --
3.64, 4.225, 6.264, 8.235
CAESAR :   <Caesar, Caesaris>   Caesar   --
4.27
CALL :   <appello, appellare, appellavi, appellatum>   call   --
1.187, 8.124
CALL :   <evoco, evocare, evocavi, evocatum>   call forth, summon   --
1.18
CALL :   <voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatum>   call   --
7.56, 8.142
CALMNESS :   <aequitas, aequitatis>   uniformity, calmness   --
5.321
CARE :   <cultus, cultus>   care, culture   --
6.266
CARE :   <cura, curae>   care   --
7.8, 7.65
CARE :   <curo, curare, curavi, curatum>   care   --
7.5
CARE :   <procuro, procurare, procuravi, procuratum>   take care of   --
3.142
CAREFULLY :   <accurate>   carefully   --
5.287
CARELESSLY :   <neglegenter>   carelessly   --
6.258
CARNAL :   <notitia, notitiae>   familiarity, carnal knowledge   --
5.131
CARRY :   <circumfero, circumferre, circumtuli, circumlatum>   carry around   --
2.88, 9.186
CARRY :   <fero, ferre, tuli, latum>   bear, carry   --
5.102, 10.118
CARRY :   <gero, gerere, gessi, gestum>   bear, carry out, wear   --
5.260, 6.252
CARTHAGE :   <Karthago, Karthaginis>   Carthage   --
10.98
CAUSE :   <causa, causae>   cause, reason   --
3.158, 4.102, 5.246, 10.62
CAVE :   <specus, specus>   cave, pit   --
6.139
CELESTIAL :   <caelestis, caelestis, caeleste>   celestial   --
10.83
CERTAIN :   <certus, certa, certum>   certain   --
1.162, 5.196, 8.49
CERTAIN :   <quidam, quaedam, quoddam>   a certain, some   --
6.114
CERTAINLY :   <utique>   certainly   --
1.156
CHALLENGE :   <provoco, provocare, provocavi, provocatum>   challenge   --
2.98
CHANCE :   <casus, casus>   fall, misfortune, chance   --
1.36, 6.69, 10.73
CHANGE :   <commuto, commutare, commutavi, commutatum>   change, exchange   --
5.262
CHARGE :   <impetus, impetus>   attack, charge   --
2.185, 2.203
CHARGE :   <praesum, praesse, praefui>   have charge of, preside over   --
5.25
CHARIOT :   <currus, currus>   chariot   --
7.96, 10.130
CHASTE :   <impubes, impuberis>   youthful, chaste   --
5.97
CHEESE :   <caseus, casei>   cheese   --
5.182
CHIEF :   <induperator, induperatoris>   commander in chief, emperor   --
7.69
CHIEF :   <princeps, principis>   chief   --
5.211
CHIEFLY :   <praecipue>   chiefly   --
9.140
CHIEFTAIN :   <primoris, primoris, primore>   chieftain, leader   --
1.15
CHILDHOOD :   <parvulus, parvula, parvulum>   childhood   --
5.83
CHOOSE :   <eligo, elegere, elegi, electum>   choose, select   --
6.274
CITADEL :   <arx, arcis>   citadel, fortress   --
10.164
CITY :   <oppidum, oppidi>   city   --
1.173
CITY :   <urbs, urbis>   city   --
1.69, 2.12, 2.16, 2.65, 6.8, 7.53, 10.40, 10.92
CLAN :   <gens, gentis>   race, clan   --
1.82, 5.215, 8.170, 10.135
CLASS :   <genus, generis>   kind, class   --
3.45, 3.121, 4.6, 7.43, 9.127, 10.44
CLASS :   <numerus, numeri>   class, number, repute   --
3.42, 3.156, 3.242, 5.37
CLEAR :   <candidus, candida, candidum>   clear   --
7.139
CLOTH :   <purpura, purpurae>   purple, purple cloth   --
6.311
CLOTHING :   <habitus, habitus>   clothing, dress   --
6.302
CLOTHING :   <tegumen, teguminis>   clothing, covering   --
5.160, 6.198
CLOTHING :   <velamen, velaminis>   cover, clothing   --
6.278
CLOTHING :   <vestitus, vestitus>   clothing   --
6.321
COAST :   <ora, orae>   mouth, boundary, coast   --
7.89, 7.108, 10.12
COCLES :   <Cocles, Coclitis>   Cocles   --
2.52, 2.213
COLD :   <frigus, frigoris>   cold   --
5.289, 6.160
COLLECT :   <cogo, cogere, coegi, coactum>   collect, compel   --
5.234
COLLECT :   <colligo, collegi, colligere, collectum>   collect   --
8.222
COLOR :   <color, coloris>   color   --
6.127
COME :   <accido, accidere, accidi, ->   fall to, come, happen   --
4.30
COME :   <coeo, coire, coivi, coitum>   come together, be assembled   --
5.220
COME :   <concurro, concurrere, concurri, concursum>   assemble, come together   --
3.159
COME :   <venio, venire, veni, ventum>   come   --
2.117, 10.17
COMING :   <adventus, adventus>   arrival, coming   --
4.28
COMMANDER :   <induperator, induperatoris>   commander in chief, emperor   --
7.69
COMMERCE :   <commercium, commerci>   commerce   --
6.265
COMMIT :   <admitto, admittere, admisi, admissum>   let, go, commit   --
3.184
COMMIT :   <mando, mandare, mandavi, mandatum>   commit   --
3.273
COMMON :   <plebs, plebis>   common people   --
3.56, 5.322
COMMUNICATE :   <communico, communicare, communicavi, communicatum>   communicate   --
4.166, 8.254
COMPEL :   <cogo, cogere, coegi, coactum>   collect, compel   --
5.234
COMPLETE :   <commodus, commoda, commodum>   used adverbially = complete, advantageous   --
4.137
COMPLETE :   <perfectus, perfecta, perfectum>   complete   --
2.198
COMPLETELY :   <admodum>   completely   --
4.89
COMPLY :   <pareo, parere, parui, ->   comply   --
8.89
COMPUTE :   <computo, computare, computavi, computatum>   compute   --
9.159
CONCEAL :   <occulto, occultare, occultavi, occultatum>   conceal   --
4.206
CONCERN :   <intersum, interesse, interfui>   lie between, concern   --
3.137
CONDUCT :   <administro, administrare, administravi, administratum>   administer, conduct   --
4.141
CONDUCT :   <ago, agere, egi, actum>   move, conduct   --
6.222
CONFERENCE :   <conloquium, conloqui>   conference   --
1.20
CONFIRM :   <adfirmo, adfirmare, adfirmavi, adfirmatum>   confirm   --
1.159
CONFIRM :   <stabilio, stabilire, stabilivi, stabilitus>   establish, confirm   --
7.203
CONNECT :   <consero, conserere, conserui, consertum>   connect   --
6.206
CONNECT :   <contineo, continere, continui, contentum>   connect, maintain   --
5.323
CONQUER :   <edomo, edomare, edomui, edomitum>   conquer, subdue   --
8.230
CONSIDER :   <duco, ducere, duxi, ductum>   lead, consider   --
5.40, 10.158
CONSIDER :   <existimo, existimare, existimavi, existimatum>   judge, consider   --
3.270, 4.142
CONSIST :   <consisto, consistere, constiti, constitum>   stand still, consist in   --
5.74, 5.184
CONSTANT :   <adsiduus, adsidua, adsiduum>   constant, continued   --
5.255
CONSTELLATION :   <sidus, sideris>   constellation, heavenly body   --
9.163
CONSUL :   <consul, consulis>   consul   --
7.79
CONTEND :   <certo, certare, certavi, certatum>   fight, contend   --
7.52
CONTENT :   <contentus, contenta, contentum>   content   --
9.26
CONTINUE :   <permaneo, permanere, permansi, permansum>   stay, continue   --
3.259, 5.98
CONTINUED :   <adsiduus, adsidua, adsiduum>   constant, continued   --
5.255
CONTINUOUS :   <cohaerens, cohaerentis>   continuous, adjoining   --
6.53
CONTRARY :   <diversus, diversa, diversum>   contrary, diverse   --
6.30
CONTROL :   <teneo, tenere, tenui, ->   hold, control, understand   --
7.109, 8.138, 10.96
CONTROVERSY :   <controversia, controversiae>   controversy   --
3.177, 3.194
CONVEY :   <adfero, adferre, attuli, adlatum>   bring, convey   --
5.245
COPPER :   <aes, aeris>   metal, copper, money   --
3.79
COUNCIL :   <concilium, concilii>   council, assembly   --
4.226
COUNSEL :   <consilium, consilii>   counsel   --
3.68, 4.191
COURSE :   <cursus, cursus>   course   --
9.164
COVER :   <velamen, velaminis>   cover, clothing   --
6.278
COVER :   <velo, velare, velavi, velatum>   cover   --
6.309
COVERING :   <tegumen, teguminis>   clothing, covering   --
5.160, 6.198
CRASHING :   <fragor, fragoris>   crashing, noise   --
2.191
CRIME :   <facinus, facinoris>   crime   --
3.185, 4.185
CRUEL :   <saevus, saeva, saevum>   fierce, cruel   --
10.28
CULTIVATE :   <colo, colere, colui, cultum>   dwell in, cultivate   --
6.27, 9.86, 10.124
CULTURE :   <cultus, cultus>   care, culture   --
6.266
CUSTOM :   <consuetudo, consuetudinis>   custom, way of life   --
5.9, 5.256
CUSTOM :   <mos, moris>   custom   --
3.18, 6.50
DANGER :   <periculum, periculi>   danger   --
4.111
DARE :   <audeo, audere, ausus sum>   dare to do   --
2.256, 3.63
DAUGHTER :   <filia, filiae>   daughter   --
1.142
DAY :   <dies, diei>   day   --
2.63, 6.217
DAY :   <olim>   some day   --
10.161
DEACON :   <diaco, diaconis>   deacon   --
9.106, 9.123
DECEIVE :   <fallo, fallere, fefelli, falsum>   deceive, elude   --
6.187
DECIDE :   <constituo, constituere, constitui, constitutum>   decide   --
1.8, 3.180, 3.200
DECIDE :   <decerno, decernere, decrevi, decretum>   decide   --
3.197
DECIDE :   <iudico, iudicare, iudicavi, iudicatum>   decide   --
4.211
DECISION :   <decretum, decreti>   decision   --
3.215
DECLARE :   <dico, dicere, dixi, dictum>   say, state, declare   --
3.91, 3.245
DEEP :   <altus, alta, altum>   high, deep   --
7.39, 7.156, 10.25, 10.50
DEEP :   <defodio, defossere, defodi, defossum>   dig deep, hide   --
6.182
DEER-SKIN :   <reno, renonis>   deer-skin   --
5.159
DEFENCE :   <munimentum, munimenti>   defence   --
2.61
DELIGHT :   <alacritas, alacritatis>   delight   --
2.197
DELIGHT :   <delectatio, delectationis>   pleasure, delight   --
6.106
DEPART :   <cedo, cedere, cessi, cessum>   go from, depart   --
7.174
DEPENDENT :   <ambactus, ambacti>   dependent   --
4.63
DESIGNS :   <liniamentum, liniamenti>   line, designs   --
6.126
DESIRE :   <cupiditas, cupiditatis>   desire   --
5.305
DESIRE :   <cupio, cupere, cupivi, cupitum>   desire   --
7.10
DESIRE :   <voluntas, voluntatis>   will, desire   --
8.88, 8.251
DETERMINE :   <volo, velle, volui>   wish, determine   --
7.83, 8.83, 8.100, 8.104, 8.149, 8.161, 9.12
DEVASTATE :   <populor, populari, populatus sum>   devastate, plunder   --
6.171
DEVOTE :   <devoveo, devovere, devovi, devotum>   devote   --
7.29
DEVOTE :   <impendo, impendere, impendi, impensum>   expend, devote   --
9.32
DEVOTE :   <impertio, impertire, impertivi, impertitus>   devote   --
9.149
DEVOTED :   <deditus, dedita, deditum>   devoted, addicted   --
4.90
DEVOTED :   <studeo, studere, studui>   give attention, be devoted   --
5.28, 5.87, 5.175, 5.274
DIFFER :   <differo, differre, distuli, dilatum>   differ   --
3.21, 5.10
DIG :   <defodio, defossere, defodi, defossum>   dig deep, hide   --
6.182
DILIGENT :   <curiosus, curiosa, curiosum>   diligent   --
9.165
DISCERN :   <cerno, cernere, crevi, certum>   discern, see   --
5.42
DISCIPLINE :   <disciplina, disciplinae>   discipline, education   --
3.157, 3.258, 9.118
DISGRACEFUL :   <turpis, turpis, turpe>   shameful, disgraceful   --
5.134
DISLODGE :   <detrudo, detrudere, detrusi, detrusum>   dislodge   --
2.187
DISSENSION :   <dissensio, dissensionis>   dissension   --
5.310
DISTINCTION :   <honos, honoris>   honor, distinction   --
3.44, 3.165, 9.93
DISTINGUISH :   <distinguo, distinguere, distinxi, distinctum>   divide, distinguish   --
6.232
DISTINGUISHED :   <amplius>   great, distinguished   --
4.58
DISTINGUISHED :   <insignis, insignis, insigne>   distinguished   --
10.74
DIVERSE :   <diversus, diversa, diversum>   contrary, diverse   --
6.30
DIVIDE :   <discerno, discernere, discrevi, discretum>   separate, divide   --
6.28
DIVIDE :   <distinguo, distinguere, distinxi, distinctum>   divide, distinguish   --
6.232
DIVINATION :   <auspicium, auspicii>   divination by the flight of birds   --
7.15, 7.27, 7.201
DIVINE :   <divinus, divina, divinum>   divine, sacred   --
3.136, 5.24
DIVINE :   <fatum, fati>   fate, divine utterance   --
10.14, 10.139
DO :   <audeo, audere, ausus sum>   dare to do   --
2.256, 3.63
DO :   <facio, facere, feci, factum>   do, make   --
1.112, 3.188
DOMESTIC :   <domesticus, domestica, domesticum>   domestic   --
1.138
DOWN :   <desilio, desilire, desilui, desultus>   jump down   --
2.240
DOWN :   <superincido, superincindere>   fall down   --
2.242
DRAWN :   <strictus, stricta, strictum>   drawn together, tight   --
6.240
DREAD :   <pavor, pavoris>   fear, dread   --
2.201
DRESS :   <habitus, habitus>   clothing, dress   --
6.302
DRIVE :   <expello, expellere, expuli, expulsum>   drive out   --
5.278
DRIVE :   <impello, impellere, impuli, impulsum>   drive, move   --
4.186, 10.80
DRUIDS :   <druides, druidum>   Druids   --
3.124, 4.126, 5.20
DUNG :   <fimus, fimi>   dung   --
6.144
DURING :   <intra>   within, during   --
5.126
DWELL :   <colo, colere, colui, cultum>   dwell in, cultivate   --
6.27, 9.86, 10.124
EAGER :   <avidus, avida, avidum>   eager   --
7.85
EAGER :   <studiosus, studiosa, studiosum>   eager, studious   --
9.85
EARTH :   <terra, terrae>   earth, land   --
6.118, 10.22, 10.119
EDUCATION :   <disciplina, disciplinae>   discipline, education   --
3.157, 3.258, 9.118
EFFORT :   <intentio, intentionis>   effort   --
9.161
EFFORT :   <labor, laboris>   labor, effort   --
5.84, 9.148, 9.207, 10.79
EFFUSIVE :   <dicaculus, dicacula, dicaculum>   effusive   --
9.74
EITHER :   <vel>   either - or   --
1.86, 1.88
ELOQUENCE :   <eloquentia, eloquentiae>   eloquence   --
9.6
ELOQUENT :   <facundus, facunda, facundum>   fluent, eloquent   --
9.70
ELSE :   <alio>   somewhere else   --
5.232
ELUDE :   <fallo, fallere, fefelli, falsum>   deceive, elude   --
6.187
EMPEROR :   <induperator, induperatoris>   commander in chief, emperor   --
7.69
EMPTY :   <vacuus, vacua, vacuum>   empty, free   --
9.190
ENACT :   <sancio, sancire, sanxi, sanctum>   enact   --
1.96, 4.145
ENCOUNTER :   <adeo, adire, adii, aditum>   approach, encounter   --
10.78
END :   <finio, finire, finivi, finitum>   finish, end   --
1.164
ENDURE :   <patior, pati, passus sum>   suffer, endure   --
6.14, 10.37
ENEMY :   <hostis, hostis>   enemy   --
2.6, 2.45, 2.152, 6.168
ENTER :   <succedo, succedere, successi, sucessum>   enter, succeed   --
9.206
ENTIRE :   <totus, tota, totum>   entire   --
6.216
ENTRANCE :   <fauces, faucis>   throat, entrance   --
7.95
ENTRANCE :   <ostium, ostii>   mouth, entrance   --
10.103
EQUAL :   <aequo, aequare, aequavi, aequatus>   to make equal, smoothe   --
5.330
EQUALLY :   <aeque>   equally   --
9.46
ESPECIALLY :   <plurimum>   very much, especially   --
9.89
ESTABLISH :   <stabilio, stabilire, stabilivi, stabilitus>   establish, confirm   --
7.203
ESTEEM :   <gratia, gratiae>   esteem, regard   --
4.75
ESTEEM :   <posthabeo, posthabere, posthabui, posthabitum>   place after, esteem less   --
10.123
ESTEEM :   <venus, veneris>   grace, esteem   --
4.56
ETRUSCAN :   <Etruscus, Etrusca, Etruscum>   Etruscan   --
2.95
EVADE :   <vito, vitare, vitavi, vitatus>   avoid, evade   --
5.292
EVEN :   <etiam>   also, even   --
9.27, 9.73
EVEN :   <quidem>   in fact, even   --
5.56, 6.15, 6.84, 9.69
EVER :   <quando>   ever, at some time   --
6.167
EVERY :   <undecumque>   from every side   --
9.130
EVERY :   <undique>   from every quarter   --
2.149
EVERYONE :   <quisque, quaeque, quodque>   everyone   --
2.10, 4.54, 5.326, 6.63
EXCELLENT :   <pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum>   beautiful, excellent   --
7.37, 7.158, 7.184
EXCHANGE :   <commuto, commutare, commutavi, commutatum>   change, exchange   --
5.262
EXPEND :   <impendo, impendere, impendi, impensum>   expend, devote   --
9.32
EXPLORE :   <rimor, rimari, rimatus sum>   search, explore   --
9.166
EXPOSED :   <pateo, patere, patui, ->   lie open, be exposed   --
6.336
EXPRESS :   <enuntio, enutiare, enuntiavi, enuntiatum>   speak, express   --
8.237, 8.252
EXPRESS :   <exprimo, exprimere, expressi, expressum>   express   --
6.244, 9.14
EXPRESSION :   <actus, actus>   gesture, expression   --
8.186
EXPRESSION :   <nutus, nutus>   nod, expression   --
8.182
EXPRESSION :   <vultus, vultus>   expression, face   --
8.180
EXQUISITELY :   <exquisitus, exquisita, exquisitum>   exquisitely   --
6.260
EXTEND :   <extendo, extendere, extendi, extensum>   extend   --
6.326
EYE :   <oculus, oculi>   eye   --
2.92, 8.183
FACE :   <vultus, vultus>   expression, face   --
8.180
FACING :   <contra>   opposite, facing   --
10.100
FACT :   <quidem>   in fact, even   --
5.56, 6.15, 6.84, 9.69
FACTION :   <factio, factionis>   faction   --
5.309
FAITH :   <fides, fidei>   faith, pledge   --
1.93, 2.263
FALL :   <accido, accidere, accidi, ->   fall to, come, happen   --
4.30
FALL :   <casus, casus>   fall, misfortune, chance   --
1.36, 6.69, 10.73
FALL :   <incido, incidere, incidi,->   fall in, occur   --
4.23
FALL :   <superincido, superincindere>   fall down   --
2.242
FALSE :   <falsus, falsa, falsum>   false   --
4.180
FAMILIARITY :   <notitia, notitiae>   familiarity, carnal knowledge   --
5.131
FAMOUS :   <nobilis, nobilis, nobile>   famous, noble   --
3.92
FAR :   <longe>   by far   --
7.157, 10.102
FARMER :   <colonus, coloni>   farmer, settler   --
10.97
FARTHER :   <ulterior, ulterioris>   farther, remote   --
6.259
FATE :   <fatum, fati>   fate, divine utterance   --
10.14, 10.139
FATHER :   <pater, patris>   father   --
2.215, 10.48
FATHERLAND :   <patria, patriae>   fatherland   --
1.64
FAVOR :   <foveo, fovere, fovi, fotum>   warm, favor   --
10.144
FAVORABLE :   <praepes, praepetis>   of good omen, favorable   --
7.159, 7.182
FAVORABLE :   <secundus, secunda, secundum>   second, favorable   --
7.31
FEAR :   <pavor, pavoris>   fear, dread   --
2.201
FIELD :   <campus, campi>   plain, open field   --
6.34
FIERCE :   <saevus, saeva, saevum>   fierce, cruel   --
10.28
FIERCE :   <trux, trucis>   fierce   --
2.90
FIGHT :   <certo, certare, certavi, certatum>   fight, contend   --
7.52
FINALLY :   <tandem>   finally   --
1.160
FINISH :   <finio, finire, finivi, finitum>   finish, end   --
1.164
FIRE :   <ignis, ignis>   fire   --
6.70, 6.221
FIRE-GOD :   <Vulcanus, Vulcani>   Vulcan, the fire-god   --
5.50
FIRE-PLACE :   <focus, foci>   fire-place, hearth   --
6.219
FIRM :   <confirmo, confirmare, confirmavi, confirmatum>   make firm, strengthen   --
5.117
FIRST :   <primus, prima, primum>   first   --
10.10
FLAXEN :   <lineus, linea, lineum>   flaxen   --
6.307
FLEE :   <fugio, fugi>   flee, avoid   --
8.197
FLIGHT :   <auspicium, auspicii>   divination by the flight of birds   --
7.15, 7.27, 7.201
FLOW :   <fluito, fluitare, fluitavi, ->   flow   --
6.234
FLUENT :   <facundus, facunda, facundum>   fluent, eloquent   --
9.70
FLY :   <volo, volare, volavi, volatum>   fly   --
7.161
FLYING :   <altivolans, altivolantis>   high flying   --
7.44
FOLLOWING :   <secundum>   following   --
8.129
FOOD :   <victus, victus>   sustenance, food   --
5.179
FOR :   <nam>   for   --
3.55, 3.173, 5.18
FOREIGN :   <alienus, aliena, alienum>   foreign, unfitting   --
2.115, 3.12, 3.80
FOREIGN :   <peregrinus, peregrini>   foreign   --
9.28
FOREIGNER :   <advena, advenae>   stranger, foreigner   --
1.17
FORM :   <effingo, effingere, effinxi, effictum>   form   --
9.195
FORTH :   <evoco, evocare, evocavi, evocatum>   call forth, summon   --
1.18
FORTH :   <foras>   forth, out   --
7.144
FORTH :   <prodo, prodere, prodidi, proditum>   put forth, make known   --
4.213
FORTH :   <propono, proponere, proposui, propositum>   point out, set forth   --
3.26
FORTRESS :   <arx, arcis>   citadel, fortress   --
10.164
FORTUNE :   <fortuna, fortunae>   fortune   --
2.64
FOUND :   <condo, condere, condidi, conditum>   found   --
1.68, 1.174, 10.39
FOUNDATION :   <solum, soli>   foundation   --
7.205
FOUR :   <quattuor>   four   --
7.178
FREE :   <vacuus, vacua, vacuum>   empty, free   --
9.190
FREQUENTLY :   <crebro>   frequently, often   --
8.215
FRIENDSHIP :   <amicitia, amicitiae>   friendship   --
1.95
FRIGHTEN :   <terreo, terrere, terrui, territus>   terrify, frighten   --
4.182
FROM :   <ex>   out of, from   --
2.13, 4.209, 5.307, 7.94, 7.155, 8.162
FRUIT :   <frux, frugis>   fruit, produce   --
6.150
FUGITIVE :   <profugus, profuga, profugum>   fugitive   --
1.66, 10.15
FUTURE :   <posteri, posterae, postera>   future generations   --
2.261
GARMENT :   <amictus, amictus>   outer garment   --
6.308
GAUL :   <Gallia, Galliae>   Gaul   --
3.16, 3.36
GAULS :   <Galli, Gallorum>   the Gauls   --
4.88
GAZE :   <specto, spectare, spectavi, spectatum>   look, gaze   --
7.86
GENERATE :   <gigno, genere, genui, genitum>   generate, produce   --
6.289
GENERATIONS :   <posteri, posterae, postera>   future generations   --
2.261
GERMANI :   <Germanus, Germana, Germanum>   Germani   --
5.5, 6.6
GERMANIA :   <Germania, Germaniae>   Germania   --
3.17
GESTURE :   <actus, actus>   gesture, expression   --
8.186
GET :   <nosco, noscere, novi, notum>   be acquainted with, get to know   --
4.77, 6.11
GIVE :   <do, dare, dedi, datum>   give   --
1.92, 1.146, 2.46, 7.12, 7.115, 7.142, 7.186, 7.197, 8.69
GIVE :   <edo, edere, edidi, editum>   give out   --
8.82
GIVE :   <mitto, mittere, misi, missum>   send, give   --
7.81
GIVE :   <studeo, studere, studui>   give attention, be devoted   --
5.28, 5.87, 5.175, 5.274
GO :   <admitto, admittere, admisi, admissum>   let, go, commit   --
3.184
GO :   <cedo, cedere, cessi, cessum>   go from, depart   --
7.174
GO :   <exeo, exire, exii, exitum>   go out, leave   --
1.44
GO :   <transeo, transire, transivi, transitum>   go over   --
5.233
GOD :   <deus, dei>   god   --
1.137, 5.36, 8.71, 10.42, 10.70
GODDESS :   <dea, deae>   goddess   --
10.134
GODS :   <Penates, Penatium>   household gods   --
1.136
GODS :   <superus, supera, superum>   higher, gods   --
6.322, 10.27
GOLDEN :   <aureus, aurea, aureum>   golden   --
7.164
GOOD :   <praepes, praepetis>   of good omen, favorable   --
7.159, 7.182
GRACE :   <venus, veneris>   grace, esteem   --
4.56
GRADUALLY :   <paulatim>   gradually   --
8.221
GRAMMAR :   <grammatica, grammaticae>   grammar   --
9.103
GRANT :   <concedo, concedere, concessi, concessum>   grant, allow   --
4.229
GRAVE :   <gravis, gravis, grave>   grave, serious   --
3.232, 4.106
GREAT :   <amplius>   great, distinguished   --
4.58
GREAT :   <ingens, ingentis>   great   --
2.173
GREAT :   <magnus, magna, magnum>   great, large   --
3.154, 3.160, 3.240, 5.99, 5.162, 5.176, 7.6, 7.112, 8.44, 9.91
GREATLY :   <multum>   greatly   --
5.6, 10.19
GREEK :   <Graecus, Graeca, Graecum>   Greek   --
3.282, 9.54
GROAN :   <gemitus, gemitus>   sign, groan   --
8.74
GROVE :   <nemus, nemoris>   grove   --
6.36
GUARD :   <praesidium, praesidii>   guard   --
2.19
GUARD :   <servo, servare, servavi, servatum>   guard, keep, watch   --
7.34, 7.42
GUARD :   <statio, stationis>   station, guard   --
2.79
HABITATION :   <sedes, sedis>   seat, habitation   --
1.67, 1.163, 6.19
HAND :   <dextra, dextrae>   right hand   --
1.91
HAND :   <manus, manus>   hand   --
9.193
HAPPEN :   <accido, accidere, accidi, ->   fall to, come, happen   --
4.30
HARDSHIP :   <duritia, duritiae>   hardship   --
5.86
HARSH :   <asper, aspera, asperum>   rough, harsh   --
10.107
HARSH :   <iniuria, injuriae>   wrong, harsh treatment   --
3.85, 4.35
HAUGHTY :   <superbus, superba, superbum>   haughty   --
2.111
HAVE :   <habeo, habere, habui, habitum>   have   --
2.67, 2.259, 3.59, 4.65, 4.143, 5.21, 5.132, 5.135, 5.199, 8.195, 9.133
HAVE :   <praesum, praesse, praefui>   have charge of, preside over   --
5.25
HE :   <ille, illa, illud>   he, she, that   --
2.62, 2.170, 3.134, 6.86, 8.144, 9.47, 10.20, 10.127
HEAR :   <audio, audire, audivi, auditum>   hear   --
1.53, 8.216, 9.108, 10.159
HEART :   <cor, cordis>   heart   --
8.85
HEARTH :   <focus, foci>   fire-place, hearth   --
6.219
HEAT :   <aestus, aestus>   heat   --
5.291
HEAVENLY :   <sidus, sideris>   constellation, heavenly body   --
9.163
HEAVENS :   <caelum, caeli>   sky, heavens   --
7.176
HEEDLESS :   <immemor, immemoris>   heedless   --
2.114
HEIGHT :   <statura, staturae>   stature, height   --
5.113
HELP :   <iuvo, iuvare, iuvi, iutum>   assist, help   --
5.47
HER :   <is, ea, id>   him, her, this   --
1.154, 2.60, 3.37, 3.164, 3.214, 3.230, 3.271, 4.52, 4.101, 4.124, 5.38, 5.178, 5.242, 6.141, 6.161, 6.186, 6.310, 8.130, 8.141, 8.148, 8.160, 8.232, 9.87
HERE :   <hic>   here, now   --
10.126, 10.129
HEREDITY :   <heriditas, heriditatis>   heredity, inheritance   --
3.191
HESITATE :   <cunctor, cunctari, cunctatus sum>   hesitate   --
2.125
HIDDEN :   <abditus, abdita, abditum>   hidden place   --
6.179
HIDE :   <defodio, defossere, defodi, defossum>   dig deep, hide   --
6.182
HIDE :   <pellis, pellis>   skin, hide   --
5.156, 6.255, 6.281
HIDEOUS :   <informis, informis, informe>   unshapely, hideous   --
6.101
HIGH :   <altivolans, altivolantis>   high flying   --
7.44
HIGH :   <altus, alta, altum>   high, deep   --
7.39, 7.156, 10.25, 10.50
HIGHER :   <superus, supera, superum>   higher, gods   --
6.322, 10.27
HIGHEST :   <summus, summa, summum>   highest   --
4.189
HIM :   <is, ea, id>   him, her, this   --
1.154, 2.60, 3.37, 3.164, 3.214, 3.230, 3.271, 4.52, 4.101, 4.124, 5.38, 5.178, 5.242, 6.141, 6.161, 6.186, 6.310, 8.130, 8.141, 8.148, 8.160, 8.232, 9.87
HOLD :   <obtineo, obtinere, obtenui, obtentum>   hold   --
2.175
HOLD :   <sustineo, sustinere, sustinui, sustentum>   hold back   --
2.204
HOLD :   <teneo, tenere, tenui, ->   hold, control, understand   --
7.109, 8.138, 10.96
HOLY :   <sanctus, sancta, sanctum>   holy   --
2.218, 7.180
HONOR :   <honos, honoris>   honor, distinction   --
3.44, 3.165, 9.93
HONOR :   <veneror, venerari, veneratus sum>   honor, venerate   --
9.90
HOPE :   <spes, spei>   hope   --
1.158
HORATIUS :   <Horatius, Horati>   Horatius   --
2.51
HORSEMAN :   <eques, equitis>   horseman, knight   --
3.126, 4.8
HOSPITALITY :   <hospitium, hospitii>   hospitality   --
1.125
HOUSE :   <domus, domi>   house   --
1.38, 1.65, 6.64
HOUSEHOLD :   <Penates, Penatium>   household gods   --
1.136
HUMAN :   <homo, hominis>   man, human   --
3.38, 4.116, 4.176, 5.217, 8.45, 9.128
HUNTING :   <venatio, venationis>   hunting   --
5.68
IDEAS :   <sensa, sensorum>   ideas   --
8.84
IF :   <ni>   if not, unless   --
2.47
IF :   <nisi>   if not, unless   --
4.224, 6.303
IF :   <si>   if   --
3.182, 3.186, 3.189, 3.208, 4.146, 6.166, 6.203, 10.137
IF :   <sive>   or if, whether ... or   --
6.67, 6.72
IF :   <tamquam>   just as, as if   --
8.166
IGNORANCE :   <inscientia, inscientiae>   ignorance   --
6.73
IGNORE :   <ignoro, ignorare, ignoravi, ignoratum>   ignore, be unknown   --
6.184
ILLNESS :   <morbus, morbi>   illness   --
4.107
IMITATE :   <imitor, imitare, imitatum>   imitate, resemble   --
6.128
IMMOLATE :   <immolo, immolare, immolavi, immolatum>   sacrifice, immolate   --
4.117, 4.120
IN :   <in>   in, on   --
1.41, 1.124, 1.144, 2.11, 2.78, 2.150, 2.164, 2.238, 3.34, 3.89, 3.100, 3.108, 3.257, 3.275, 4.41, 4.109, 5.67, 5.70, 5.133, 5.152, 5.180, 5.212, 6.48, 6.323, 7.17, 7.38, 7.128, 8.193, 8.208, 8.231, 9.40, 9.101, 9.116, 9.182
INDEED :   <enim>   for, indeed   --
8.6, 8.41, 10.154
INDICATE :   <indico, indicare, indicavi, indicatum>   indicate   --
8.190
INDISCREET :   <temerarius, temeraria, temerarium>   rash, indiscreet   --
4.177
INDIVIDUAL :   <privatus, privata, privatum>   private, individual   --
3.141, 3.179, 3.211, 3.280
INDIVIDUAL :   <singulus, singula, singulum>   single, individual   --
2.97, 5.214, 6.242
INDUSTRIOUSLY :   <diligenter>   industriously   --
6.116
INEXPERIENCED :   <imperitus, imperita, imperitum>   inexperienced   --
4.179
INFANT :   <infans, infantis>   infant   --
8.8
INHABIT :   <habito, habitare, habitavi, habitatum>   inhabit   --
6.9
INHERITANCE :   <heriditas, heriditatis>   heredity, inheritance   --
3.191
INQUIRE :   <percunctor, percunctari, percunctatus sum>   inquire   --
1.28
INTERPRET :   <interpretor, interpretari, interpretatus sum>   interpret   --
3.144
INTERPRETATION :   <augurium, augurii>   interpretation of omens, augury   --
7.16
INTRODUCE :   <infero, inferre, intuli, inlatum>   introduce, produce   --
4.36, 4.38, 10.41
INVOLVED :   <verso, versare, versavi, versatum>   turn often; pass. be involved   --
4.43, 4.112
ITALY :   <Italia, Italiae>   Italy   --
10.13, 10.99
JOINED :   <iunctus, iuncta, iunctum>   joined, united   --
6.18
JOINTS :   <artus, artus>   joints, limbs   --
6.243
JUDGE :   <existimo, existimare, existimavi, existimatum>   judge, consider   --
3.270, 4.142
JUMP :   <desilio, desilire, desilui, desultus>   jump down   --
2.240
JUNO :   <Juno, Junonis>   Juno   --
10.30, 10.117
JUST :   <tamquam>   just as, as if   --
8.166
KEEN :   <sagax, sagacis>   keen, sagacious   --
9.162
KEEP :   <servo, servare, servavi, servatum>   guard, keep, watch   --
7.34, 7.42
KIND :   <genus, generis>   kind, class   --
3.45, 3.121, 4.6, 7.43, 9.127, 10.44
KIND :   <modus, modi>   kind   --
5.195, 6.162
KINDRED :   <cognatio, cognationis>   blood-relations, kindred   --
5.216
KING :   <rex, regis>   king   --
2.110
KINGSHIP :   <regnum, regni>   kingship, supreme power   --
7.11, 7.116, 7.202, 10.133
KNIGHT :   <eques, equitis>   horseman, knight   --
3.126, 4.8
KNOW :   <nosco, noscere, novi, notum>   be acquainted with, get to know   --
4.77, 6.11
KNOWLEDGE :   <notitia, notitiae>   familiarity, carnal knowledge   --
5.131
KNOWN :   <cognitus, cognita, cognitum>   known   --
4.193
KNOWN :   <prodo, prodere, prodidi, proditum>   put forth, make known   --
4.213
LABOR :   <labor, laboris>   labor, effort   --
5.84, 9.148, 9.207, 10.79
LACKING :   <desum, deesse, defui>   be lacking   --
6.204
LAND :   <ager, agri>   land   --
1.42, 2.14, 5.194, 5.227
LAND :   <terra, terrae>   earth, land   --
6.118, 10.22, 10.119
LANDS :   <locuples, locupletis>   rich in lands, wealthy   --
6.230
LANGUAGE :   <lingua, linguae>   tongue, language   --
9.29, 9.50
LANGUAGE :   <sermo, sermonis>   language   --
9.25
LARGE :   <magnus, magna, magnum>   great, large   --
3.154, 3.160, 3.240, 5.99, 5.162, 5.176, 7.6, 7.112, 8.44, 9.91
LATE :   <sero>   too late   --
9.210
LATIN :   <Latinus, Latina, Latinum>   Latin   --
9.42, 10.46
LATINUS :   <Latinus, Latini>   Latinus   --
1.13, 1.122, 1.134
LATIUM :   <Latium, Latii>   Latium   --
10.43
LAURENTINUS :   <Laurentinus, Laurentina, Laurentinum>   Laurentinus   --
1.43
LAVINIAN :   <Lavinius, Lavinia, Lavinium>   Lavinian   --
10.16
LAVINIUM :   <Lavinium, Lavinii>   Lavinium   --
1.186
LAW :   <lex, legis>   law   --
4.144
LEAD :   <duco, ducere, duxi, ductum>   lead, consider   --
5.40, 10.158
LEADER :   <dux, ducis>   leader   --
1.16, 1.57, 1.108
LEADER :   <primoris, primoris, primore>   chieftain, leader   --
1.15
LEARN :   <disco, discere, didici, ->   learn   --
8.30, 9.44, 9.102, 9.157
LEARN :   <edisco, ediscere, edidici, ->   learn, memorize   --
3.244, 9.30, 9.143
LEARNED :   <doctus, docta, doctum>   learned   --
9.131
LEAVE :   <exeo, exire, exii, exitum>   go out, leave   --
1.44
LEFT :   <laevus, laeva, laevum>   left   --
7.160
LESS :   <minus>   less   --
2.171
LESS :   <posthabeo, posthabere, posthabui, posthabitum>   place after, esteem less   --
10.123
LET :   <admitto, admittere, admisi, admissum>   let, go, commit   --
3.184
LETTER :   <littera, litterae>   letter   --
3.272, 3.283, 8.56, 9.194
LIBERAL :   <liberalis, liberalis, liberale>   liberal   --
9.84
LIBERTY :   <libertas, libertatis>   liberty   --
2.113
LIE :   <intersum, interesse, interfui>   lie between, concern   --
3.137
LIE :   <pateo, patere, patui, ->   lie open, be exposed   --
6.336
LIFE :   <consuetudo, consuetudinis>   custom, way of life   --
5.9, 5.256
LIFE :   <vita, vitae>   life   --
5.65
LIFT :   <suffero, sufferre, sustuli, sublatum>   take up, lift   --
2.148, 2.200
LIGHT :   <lux, lucis>   light   --
7.145
LIKE :   <sicut>   as, like   --
6.235, 8.53
LIKE :   <veluti>   as, like   --
7.78
LIMBS :   <artus, artus>   joints, limbs   --
6.243
LIMIT :   <finis, finis>   border, limit   --
3.193, 5.198, 5.272
LINE :   <acies, aciei>   line of battle   --
1.7, 2.145
LINE :   <liniamentum, liniamenti>   line, designs   --
6.126
LITTLE :   <parum>   too little   --
9.205
LITTLE :   <paulo>   little   --
8.54
LOAD :   <onero, onerare, oneravi, oneratum>   load, burden   --
6.145
LOGIC :   <dialectica, dialecticae>   logic   --
9.139
LONG :   <diu>   long   --
5.96
LONG :   <manicae, manicarum>   long sleeves   --
6.324
LOOK :   <circumspecto, circumspectare, circumspectavi, circumspectatum>   look around   --
2.134
LOOK :   <quaero, quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitum>   look for, search   --
1.40, 1.71, 6.189, 7.40
LOOK :   <specto, spectare, spectavi, spectatum>   look, gaze   --
7.86
LORD :   <dominus, domini>   lord, master   --
3.107
LOW :   <humilis, humilis, humile>   low, small   --
5.276
LOWER :   <brachium, brachi>   lower arm   --
6.328
LOWER :   <inferus, inferi>   lower part   --
7.129
LUNA :   <Luna, Lunae>   Luna, the moon-god   --
5.52
MADE :   <fio, fieri>   be made   --
8.179
MAGISTRATE :   <magistratus, magistratus>   magistrate   --
4.160, 4.202, 5.209
MAINTAIN :   <contineo, continere, continui, contentum>   connect, maintain   --
5.323
MAJORITY :   <plerusque, pleraeque, pleraque>   most, the majority   --
3.76
MAKE :   <aequo, aequare, aequavi, aequatus>   to make equal, smoothe   --
5.330
MAKE :   <confirmo, confirmare, confirmavi, confirmatum>   make firm, strengthen   --
5.117
MAKE :   <facio, facere, feci, factum>   do, make   --
1.112, 3.188
MAKE :   <prodo, prodere, prodidi, proditum>   put forth, make known   --
4.213
MAN :   <homo, hominis>   man, human   --
3.38, 4.116, 4.176, 5.217, 8.45, 9.128
MAN :   <vir, viri>   man   --
1.83, 2.49, 2.188, 6.301, 7.66, 9.129, 10.6, 10.76
MANTLE :   <sagum, sagi>   rough mantle   --
6.200
MANY :   <multus, multa, multum>   many   --
2.241, 4.60, 5.244, 6.142, 9.144, 10.33
MANY :   <tot>   so much, so many   --
10.71, 10.77
MARRIAGE :   <matrimonium, matrimoni>   marriage   --
1.145
MASTER :   <dominus, domini>   lord, master   --
3.107
MATERIAL :   <materia, materiae>   material   --
6.97
MATTER :   <res, rei>   thing, matter   --
1.155, 2.255, 3.135, 3.278, 4.139, 4.150, 4.190, 4.222, 5.23, 5.72, 5.136, 5.145, 5.243, 5.308, 7.110, 8.125, 8.143, 8.198, 8.218
MEANTIME :   <interea>   in the meantime   --
7.124
MEAT :   <caro, carnis>   meat   --
5.183
MEMBER :   <membrum, membri>   member   --
8.80, 8.185
MEMORIZE :   <edisco, ediscere, edidici, ->   learn, memorize   --
3.244, 9.30, 9.143
MEMORY :   <memoria, memoriae>   memory, remembrance   --
8.114
METAL :   <aes, aeris>   metal, copper, money   --
3.79
MILITARY :   <militaris, militaris, militare>   military   --
5.73
MILK :   <lac, lactis>   milk   --
5.181
MIND :   <animus, animi>   soul, mind   --
1.85, 5.320, 8.192, 10.82
MIND :   <mens, mentis>   mind   --
8.67
MINDFUL :   <memor, memoris>   mindful, remembering   --
10.29
MISFORTUNE :   <casus, casus>   fall, misfortune, chance   --
1.36, 6.69, 10.73
MODERATE :   <mollio, mollire, mollivi, mollitum>   moderate, soften   --
6.164
MONEY :   <aes, aeris>   metal, copper, money   --
3.79
MONEY :   <pecunia, pecuniae>   money   --
5.304
MONSTER :   <belua, beluae>   wild animal, monster   --
6.282
MOON-GOD :   <Luna, Lunae>   Luna, the moon-god   --
5.52
MORE :   <magis>   more   --
10.120
MORE :   <plus>   more   --
2.257
MORTAL :   <mortalis, mortalis, mortale>   mortal   --
1.31
MOST :   <plerusque, pleraeque, pleraque>   most, the majority   --
3.76
MOUNTAIN :   <mons, montis>   mountain   --
7.18
MOUTH :   <ora, orae>   mouth, boundary, coast   --
7.89, 7.108, 10.12
MOUTH :   <os, oris>   mouth   --
8.234
MOUTH :   <ostium, ostii>   mouth, entrance   --
10.103
MOVE :   <ago, agere, egi, actum>   move, conduct   --
6.222
MOVE :   <commoveo, commovere, commovi, commotum>   move   --
2.144
MOVE :   <impello, impellere, impuli, impulsum>   drive, move   --
4.186, 10.80
MOVE :   <moveo, movere, movi, motus>   move   --
8.135
MOVEMENT :   <motus, motus>   movement   --
8.81, 8.163
MUCH :   <adeo>   so, so much   --
9.68
MUCH :   <plurimum>   very much, especially   --
9.89
MUCH :   <quantum>   as much   --
5.221
MUCH :   <tot>   so much, so many   --
10.71, 10.77
MULTITUDE :   <multitudo, multitudinis>   multitude   --
1.54, 4.212
MURDER :   <caedes, caedis>   murder   --
3.187
MURMUR :   <rumor, rumoris>   murmur, rumor   --
4.154, 4.181
MUSCLE :   <nervus, nervi>   muscle   --
5.116
MUSE :   <Musa, Musae>   Muse   --
10.60
MY :   <meus, mea, meum>   my   --
8.72, 8.86
NAKED :   <nudus, nuda, nudum>   bare, naked   --
5.165, 6.327
NAME :   <nomen, nominis>   name   --
1.184
NATION :   <natio, nationis>   nation   --
3.23, 4.85
NATURAL :   <naturalis, naturalis, naturale>   natural   --
8.168
NEAR :   <iuxta>   near   --
6.218
NEAR :   <prope>   near   --
6.333
NEIGHBOR :   <finitimus, finitima, finitimum>   bordering, neighbor   --
4.153
NEITHER :   <nec>   neither ... nor   --
6.297, 8.97, 8.102, 9.22
NEITHER :   <neque>   neither ... nor   --
2.169, 3.267, 5.19, 5.26, 5.192
NEVERTHELESS :   <tamen>   nevertheless, but   --
9.141
NEXT :   <proximus, proxima, proximum>   next to   --
6.256
NIGHT :   <nox, noctis>   night   --
7.130
NO :   <nullus, nulla, nullum>   no, none   --
3.66, 5.146, 6.5, 6.263
NOBLE :   <nobilis, nobilis, nobile>   famous, noble   --
3.92
NOBLEMAN :   <procer, proceris>   nobleman   --
2.94
NOD :   <nutus, nutus>   nod, expression   --
8.182
NOISE :   <fragor, fragoris>   crashing, noise   --
2.191
NONE :   <nullus, nulla, nullum>   no, none   --
3.66, 5.146, 6.5, 6.263
NOR :   <nec>   neither ... nor   --
6.297, 8.97, 8.102, 9.22
NOR :   <neque>   neither ... nor   --
2.169, 3.267, 5.19, 5.26, 5.192
NOR :   <neve>   and not, nor   --
4.162
NOT :   <ne>   not   --
5.54, 6.82
NOT :   <ne>   so that not   --
5.254, 5.270, 5.286, 5.301, 6.13
NOT :   <neve>   and not, nor   --
4.162
NOT :   <ni>   if not, unless   --
2.47
NOT :   <nisi>   if not, unless   --
4.224, 6.303
NOT :   <non>   not   --
3.11, 3.216, 4.228, 5.174, 6.47, 6.233, 6.325, 8.5, 8.10, 8.40
NOTE :   <adverto, advertere, adverti, adversum>   turn to, note   --
8.32
NOTEBOOK :   <codicelli, codicellorum>   notebook   --
9.179
NOTHING :   <nihil>   nothing   --
3.62
NOW :   <hic>   here, now   --
10.126, 10.129
NOW :   <nunc>   now   --
2.96, 2.99
NUMBER :   <numerus, numeri>   class, number, repute   --
3.42, 3.156, 3.242, 5.37
OBSTINATE :   <obstinatus, obstinata, obstinatum>   obstinate   --
2.172
OBTAIN :   <paro, parare, paravi, paratum>   prepare, obtain   --
1.90, 5.273
OCCUR :   <incido, incidere, incidi,->   fall in, occur   --
4.23
OCEAN :   <Oceanus, Oceani>   ocean   --
6.285
OF :   <ex>   out of, from   --
2.13, 4.209, 5.307, 7.94, 7.155, 8.162
OFF :   <detraho, detrahere, detraxi, detractum>   take off, remove   --
6.277
OFF :   <propulso, propulsare, propulsatus, ->   ward off, repulse   --
4.39
OFFEND :   <laedo, laedere, laesi, laesum>   strike, offend   --
10.66
OFFER :   <praebeo, praebere, praebui, praebitus>   offer, provide   --
8.46
OFFSPRING :   <progenies, ->   offspring, race   --
10.152
OFTEN :   <crebro>   frequently, often   --
8.215
OFTEN :   <saepe>   often   --
4.175, 6.306
OFTEN :   <verso, versare, versavi, versatum>   turn often; pass. be involved   --
4.43, 4.112
OMEN :   <praepes, praepetis>   of good omen, favorable   --
7.159, 7.182
OMENS :   <augurium, augurii>   interpretation of omens, augury   --
7.16
ON :   <in>   in, on   --
1.41, 1.124, 1.144, 2.11, 2.78, 2.150, 2.164, 2.238, 3.34, 3.89, 3.100, 3.108, 3.257, 3.275, 4.41, 4.109, 5.67, 5.70, 5.133, 5.152, 5.180, 5.212, 6.48, 6.323, 7.17, 7.38, 7.128, 8.193, 8.208, 8.231, 9.40, 9.101, 9.116, 9.182
ONE :   <alter, altera, alterum>   the one, the other   --
3.122, 3.125, 4.5
ONE :   <propritim>   as one's own   --
7.200
ONE :   <unus, una, unum>   one, alone   --
2.48, 2.151, 4.74, 10.122
ONLY :   <tantum>   only   --
9.24
OPEN :   <aperio, aperire, aperui, apertum>   open   --
6.140, 8.165
OPEN :   <apertus, aperta, apertum>   open   --
6.170, 9.13
OPEN :   <campus, campi>   plain, open field   --
6.34
OPEN :   <pateo, patere, patui, ->   lie open, be exposed   --
6.336
OPENLY :   <aperte>   openly   --
5.45
OPPOSE :   <obicio, obicere, obieci, obiectum>   oppose   --
2.31, 2.165
OPPOSITE :   <adversus>   opposite to, against   --
6.68
OPPOSITE :   <contra>   opposite, facing   --
10.100
OPPRESS :   <premo, pemere, pressi, pressum>   press, oppress   --
3.87
OR :   <-ve>   or   --
1.39, 7.55, 8.197, 10.67
OR :   <aut>   or   --
1.34, 3.78, 3.81, 3.84, 3.210, 3.212, 4.33, 4.37, 4.113, 4.118, 4.155, 5.157, 5.197, 6.87, 6.105, 6.183, 6.185, 6.202
ORDER :   <ordo, ordinis>   order   --
8.51
OTHER :   <alius, alia, aliud>   other, some   --
2.27, 2.29, 2.129, 2.130, 4.165, 5.112, 5.114, 6.298
OTHER :   <alter, altera, alterum>   the one, the other   --
3.122, 3.125, 4.5
OTHER :   <ceteri, ceterae, cetera>   other   --
8.184, 9.117
OTHERWISE :   <cetera>   otherwise   --
6.214
OUR :   <noster, nostra, nostrum>   our   --
6.49
OUT :   <ex>   out of, from   --
2.13, 4.209, 5.307, 7.94, 7.155, 8.162
OUTER :   <amictus, amictus>   outer garment   --
6.308
OUTER :   <exterior, exterioris>   outer   --
6.284
OVER :   <illino, illere, illevi, illitum>   spread over   --
6.117
OVER :   <praesum, praesse, praefui>   have charge of, preside over   --
5.25
OVER :   <transeo, transire, transivi, transitum>   go over   --
5.233
OVERTHROW :   <oppugno, oppugnare, oppugnavi, oppugnatum>   overthrow   --
2.116
OVERTURN :   <verto, vertere, verti, versum>   turn, overturn   --
10.163
OWN :   <propritim>   as one's own   --
7.200
OWN :   <proprius, propria, proprium>   proper, own   --
5.200
OWN :   <suus, sua, suum>   own   --
2.112, 2.246, 4.138, 5.101, 5.325, 6.62, 8.212
PAINTED :   <pictus, picta, pictum>   painted   --
7.93
PAINTING :   <pictura, picturae>   painting   --
6.124
PART :   <inferus, inferi>   lower part   --
7.129
PART :   <pars, partis>   part   --
5.164, 5.177, 6.320, 6.334
PARTHIANS :   <Parthi, Parthorum>   Parthians   --
6.238
PASS :   <volvo, volvere, volvi, volutum>   pass through, undergo   --
10.72
PATERNAL :   <patrius, patria, patrium>   paternal   --
9.23, 9.49
PAYMENT :   <tributum, tributi>   specific payment, tribute   --
3.83
PEACE :   <pax, pacis>   peace   --
1.89
PENALTY :   <poena, poenae>   punishment, penalty   --
3.199, 3.228
PEOPLE :   <adulescens, adulescentis>   young people   --
3.155
PEOPLE :   <plebs, plebis>   common people   --
3.56, 5.322
PEOPLE :   <populus, populi>   people   --
3.213, 6.7, 7.106
PERCEIVE :   <conspicio, conspicere, conspexi, conspectum>   perceive   --
7.194
PERMIT :   <sino, sinere, sivi>   permit, allow   --
10.140
PETER :   <Petrus, Petri>   Peter   --
9.104
PIETY :   <pietas, pietatis>   piety   --
10.75
PILES :   <sublicius, sublicia, sublicium>   resting on piles   --
2.42
PILLOW :   <cervical, cervicalis>   pillow   --
9.185
PISAN :   <Pisanus, Pisana, Pisanum>   Pisan   --
9.105
PIT :   <specus, specus>   cave, pit   --
6.139
PLACE :   <abditus, abdita, abditum>   hidden place   --
6.179
PLACE :   <loco, locare, locavi, locatus>   place, arrange   --
6.46
PLACE :   <locus, loci>   place   --
1.70, 3.8, 3.60, 5.224, 6.115, 6.163, 7.185, 8.211
PLACE :   <pono, ponere, posui, positum>   place, situate   --
2.76, 8.213
PLACE :   <posthabeo, posthabere, posthabui, posthabitum>   place after, esteem less   --
10.123
PLACE :   <receptaculum, receptaculi>   receptacle, storage place   --
6.149
PLACE :   <una>   at the same place, together   --
5.219
PLAIN :   <campus, campi>   plain, open field   --
6.34
PLEASE :   <placeo, placere, placui, placitum>   please   --
6.37
PLEASURE :   <delectatio, delectationis>   pleasure, delight   --
6.106
PLEDGE :   <fides, fidei>   faith, pledge   --
1.93, 2.263
PLUNDER :   <populor, populari, populatus sum>   devastate, plunder   --
6.171
POINT :   <ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostentum>   show, point out   --
8.150
POINT :   <propono, proponere, proposui, propositum>   point out, set forth   --
3.26
PONDER :   <penso, pensare, pensavi, pensatus>   weigh, ponder   --
8.113
POSSESSION :   <possessio, possessionis>   possession   --
5.277
POWER :   <potentia, potentiae>   power   --
4.76
POWER :   <regnum, regni>   kingship, supreme power   --
7.11, 7.116, 7.202, 10.133
POWER :   <vis, vis>   power, strength   --
5.115, 10.26
POWERFUL :   <potens, potentis>   powerful   --
3.86, 5.275, 5.329
PRACTICE :   <religio, religionis>   religious practice   --
3.143, 4.91
PRACTICE :   <usus, usus>   use, practice   --
4.19, 4.210, 6.89
PRAISE :   <laus, laudis>   praise   --
5.103
PRAY :   <precor, precari, precatus sum>   pray   --
2.219
PREPARE :   <paro, parare, paravi, paratum>   prepare, obtain   --
1.90, 5.273
PRESENT :   <adsum, adesse, adfui>   be present   --
2.7
PRESIDE :   <praesum, praesse, praefui>   have charge of, preside over   --
5.25
PRESS :   <premo, pemere, pressi, pressum>   press, oppress   --
3.87
PRISON :   <carcer, carceris>   prison, starting-place in a race-course   --
7.88
PRIVATE :   <privatus, privata, privatum>   private, individual   --
3.141, 3.179, 3.211, 3.280
PRODUCE :   <frux, frugis>   fruit, produce   --
6.150
PRODUCE :   <gigno, genere, genui, genitum>   generate, produce   --
6.289
PRODUCE :   <infero, inferre, intuli, inlatum>   introduce, produce   --
4.36, 4.38, 10.41
PRODUCED :   <nascor, nasci, natus sum>   be produced, arise   --
5.311
PROHIBIT :   <interdico, interdicere, interdixi, interdictum>   prohibit   --
3.219
PROMISCUOUS :   <promiscue>   promiscuous   --
5.151
PRONOUNCE :   <pronuntio, pronuntiare, pronuntiavi, pronuntiatum>   pronounce   --
9.59
PRONOUNCE :   <sono, sonare, sonui, sonitus>   pronounce   --
8.146
PROPER :   <proprius, propria, proprium>   proper, own   --
5.200
PROPITIOUS :   <propitius, propitia, propitium>   propitious   --
2.225
PROVIDE :   <praebeo, praebere, praebui, praebitus>   offer, provide   --
8.46
PUBLIC :   <publicus, publica, publicum>   public   --
1.139, 3.139, 3.178, 3.279, 4.140, 4.151, 4.223
PUNISHMENT :   <poena, poenae>   punishment, penalty   --
3.199, 3.228
PURE :   <purus, pura, purum>   pure   --
6.120
PURPLE :   <purpura, purpurae>   purple, purple cloth   --
6.311
PURSUE :   <tendo, tenere, tenui, tentum>   stretch, pursue   --
10.143
PUSH :   <reicio, reicere, rejeci, rejectum>   push back, reject   --
8.196
PUT :   <prodo, prodere, prodidi, proditum>   put forth, make known   --
4.213
QUARRY-STONE :   <caementum, caementi>   quarry-stone   --
6.83
QUARTER :   <undique>   from every quarter   --
2.149
QUEEN :   <regina, reginae>   queen   --
10.69
RACE :   <gens, gentis>   race, clan   --
1.82, 5.215, 8.170, 10.135
RACE :   <progenies, ->   offspring, race   --
10.152
RACE-COURSE :   <carcer, carceris>   prison, starting-place in a race-course   --
7.88
RASH :   <temerarius, temeraria, temerarium>   rash, indiscreet   --
4.177
REACH :   <pervenio, pervenire, perveni, perventum>   arrive, reach   --
3.9
READY :   <instructus, instructa, instructum>   arranged, ready   --
1.6
REASON :   <causa, causae>   cause, reason   --
3.158, 4.102, 5.246, 10.62
REBUKE :   <increpo, increpare, increpui, increpitum>   scold, rebuke   --
2.100
RECEIVE :   <accepto, acceptare, acceptavi, acceptatum>   receive   --
4.157
RECEIVE :   <accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptum>   receive   --
2.227, 5.57
RECEPTACLE :   <receptaculum, receptaculi>   receptacle, storage place   --
6.149
REFUGE :   <suffugium, suffugii>   refuge, shelter   --
6.146
REGARD :   <gratia, gratiae>   esteem, regard   --
4.75
REJECT :   <reicio, reicere, rejeci, rejectum>   push back, reject   --
8.196
RELATE :   <memoro, memorare, memoravi, memoratus>   relate, tell   --
10.63
RELIGIOUS :   <religio, religionis>   religious practice   --
3.143, 4.91
REMAINING :   <reliquus, reliqua, reliquum>   remaining, rest   --
3.276, 5.53
REMEDY :   <remedium, remedii>   remedy, assistance   --
6.71
REMEMBER :   <memini>   remember   --
8.25
REMEMBERING :   <memor, memoris>   mindful, remembering   --
10.29
REMEMBRANCE :   <memoria, memoriae>   memory, remembrance   --
8.114
REMORA :   <Remora, Remorae>   Remora   --
7.55
REMOTE :   <ulterior, ulterioris>   farther, remote   --
6.259
REMOVE :   <detraho, detrahere, detraxi, detractum>   take off, remove   --
6.277
REMUS :   <Remus, Remi>   Remus   --
7.26
RENOWN :   <nobilitas, nobilitatis>   renown   --
1.80
REPORT :   <defero, deferre, detuli, delatum>   report   --
4.161
REPORT :   <fama, famae>   report, talk   --
2.258, 4.156, 5.55
REPULSE :   <propulso, propulsare, propulsatus, ->   ward off, repulse   --
4.39
REPUTE :   <numerus, numeri>   class, number, repute   --
3.42, 3.156, 3.242, 5.37
RESEMBLE :   <imitor, imitare, imitatum>   imitate, resemble   --
6.128
RESOURCES :   <ops, opis>   assistance, wealth, resources   --
5.46, 5.327, 10.105
REST :   <reliquus, reliqua, reliquum>   remaining, rest   --
3.276, 5.53
RESTING :   <sublicius, sublicia, sublicium>   resting on piles   --
2.42
RETAINER :   <cliens, clientis>   retainer   --
4.64
RETIRE :   <recedo, recedere, recessi, recessum>   retire, withdraw   --
7.127
REWARD :   <praemium, praemii>   reward   --
3.198
RHETORIC :   <rhetorica, rhetoricae>   rhetoric   --
9.137
RICH :   <copiosus, copiosa, copiosum>   rich   --
9.7
RICH :   <dives, divitis>   rich   --
10.104
RICH :   <locuples, locupletis>   rich in lands, wealthy   --
6.230
RIGHT :   <dextra, dextrae>   right hand   --
1.91
RIGHT :   <fas, ->   right   --
3.268
RIGHT :   <ius, iuris>   right   --
3.105
RIGOR :   <rigor, rigoris>   rigor   --
6.159
RIVER :   <flumen, fluminis>   river   --
2.226, 5.153
RIVER-BANK :   <ripa, ripae>   river-bank   --
6.257
ROD :   <radius, radii>   rod, beam   --
7.141
ROMAN :   <Romanus, Romana, Romanum>   Roman   --
2.66, 2.196
ROME :   <Roma, Romae>   Rome   --
7.54, 10.52
ROMULUS :   <Romulus, Romuli>   Romulus   --
7.36, 7.198
ROUGH :   <asper, aspera, asperum>   rough, harsh   --
10.107
ROUGH :   <sagum, sagi>   rough mantle   --
6.200
RUMOR :   <rumor, rumoris>   murmur, rumor   --
4.154, 4.181
SACRED :   <divinus, divina, divinum>   divine, sacred   --
3.136, 5.24
SACRIFICE :   <immolo, immolare, immolavi, immolatum>   sacrifice, immolate   --
4.117, 4.120
SACRIFICE :   <sacrificium, sacrifici>   sacrifice   --
3.138, 3.218, 4.125, 5.27
SACRIFICE :   <victima, victimae>   sacrifice   --
4.115
SAFE :   <tutus, tuta, tutum>   safe   --
2.33
SAGACIOUS :   <sagax, sagacis>   keen, sagacious   --
9.162
SALUTING :   <salutatio, salutationis>   saluting   --
1.111
SAME :   <idem, eadem, idem>   the same   --
3.102, 3.196
SAME :   <simul>   at the same time   --
2.190, 2.194, 7.14, 7.154, 7.163
SAME :   <una>   at the same place, together   --
5.219
SAMOS :   <Samos, Sami>   Samos   --
10.125
SARMATIANS :   <Sarmatae, Sarmatarum>   Sarmatians   --
6.236
SAXON :   <Saxonicus, Saxonici>   Saxon   --
9.126
SAY :   <dico, dicere, dixi, dictum>   say, state, declare   --
3.91, 3.245
SAY :   <inquam>   say   --
2.216
SCOLD :   <increpo, increpare, increpui, increpitum>   scold, rebuke   --
2.100
SEA :   <mare, maris>   sea   --
6.288
SEARCH :   <quaero, quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitum>   look for, search   --
1.40, 1.71, 6.189, 7.40
SEARCH :   <rimor, rimari, rimatus sum>   search, explore   --
9.166
SEAT :   <scamnum, scamni>   bench, seat   --
7.204
SEAT :   <sedes, sedis>   seat, habitation   --
1.67, 1.163, 6.19
SECOND :   <secundus, secunda, secundum>   second, favorable   --
7.31
SECRECY :   <occultatio, occultationis>   secrecy   --
5.148
SEE :   <cerno, cernere, crevi, certum>   discern, see   --
5.42
SEE :   <video, videre, vidi, visum>   see   --
2.32, 3.14, 4.204, 5.225, 5.331, 8.136
SEEK :   <peto, petere, petivi, petitum>   seek   --
8.194
SEEM :   <appareo, apparere, apparui, ->   be visible, seem   --
9.75
SEIZE :   <capio, capere, cepi, captum>   take, seize   --
4.192, 5.257
SELECT :   <eligo, elegere, elegi, electum>   choose, select   --
6.274
SELF :   <ipse, ipsa, ipsum>   self   --
2.17, 4.34, 6.186, 8.66, 8.123
SELF :   <sui>   self   --
2.9, 3.25, 3.65, 3.88, 4.62, 4.119, 6.17, 7.28, 7.140, 7.183, 7.196
SEND :   <emitto, emittere, emisi, emissum>   send out   --
7.92
SEND :   <mitto, mittere, misi, missum>   send, give   --
7.81
SENTENCE :   <sententia, sententiae>   sentence   --
8.210
SEPARATE :   <discerno, discernere, discrevi, discretum>   separate, divide   --
6.28
SERIOUS :   <gravis, gravis, grave>   grave, serious   --
3.232, 4.106
SERVICE :   <opera, operae>   work, service, attention   --
7.13, 9.31
SERVITUDE :   <servitium, servitii>   servitude   --
2.109
SERVITUDE :   <servitus, servitutis>   servitude, slavery   --
3.90
SET :   <proficiscor, proficisci, profectus sum>   set out   --
1.37
SET :   <propono, proponere, proposui, propositum>   point out, set forth   --
3.26
SETTLER :   <colonus, coloni>   farmer, settler   --
10.97
SHAME :   <pudor, pudoris>   shame   --
2.142
SHAMEFUL :   <turpis, turpis, turpe>   shameful, disgraceful   --
5.134
SHE :   <ille, illa, illud>   he, she, that   --
2.62, 2.170, 3.134, 6.86, 8.144, 9.47, 10.20, 10.127
SHELTER :   <suffugium, suffugii>   refuge, shelter   --
6.146
SHIELD :   <scutum, scuti>   shield   --
2.167
SHINE :   <splendeo, splendere, -, ->   shine, be bright   --
6.122
SHORE :   <litus, litoris>   shore   --
10.18
SHOUT :   <clamor, clamoris>   shout   --
2.147, 2.195
SHOW :   <ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostentum>   show, point out   --
8.150
SIDE :   <citra>   on this side of, without   --
6.103
SIDE :   <undecumque>   from every side   --
9.130
SIGN :   <gemitus, gemitus>   sign, groan   --
8.74
SIGN :   <signum, signi>   sign   --
1.10, 7.82, 8.219, 8.233, 8.253
SINCE :   <cum>   since, when   --
1.5, 2.5, 2.163, 2.189, 3.77, 3.274, 4.17, 5.324, 7.7, 8.73, 8.122, 8.128, 8.147, 9.189
SINCE :   <quoniam>   since   --
3.5
SING :   <cano, canere, cecini, cantum>   sing   --
1.11, 10.7
SINGLE :   <singulus, singula, singulum>   single, individual   --
2.97, 5.214, 6.242
SITUATE :   <pono, ponere, posui, positum>   place, situate   --
2.76, 8.213
SIZE :   <magnitudo, magnitudinis>   size   --
3.82
SKILL :   <ars, artis>   skill, art   --
9.83, 9.158
SKIN :   <pellis, pellis>   skin, hide   --
5.156, 6.255, 6.281
SKY :   <caelum, caeli>   sky, heavens   --
7.176
SLAVE :   <servus, servi>   slave   --
3.58, 3.109
SLAVERY :   <servitus, servitutis>   servitude, slavery   --
3.90
SLEEVES :   <manicae, manicarum>   long sleeves   --
6.324
SMALL :   <humilis, humilis, humile>   low, small   --
5.276
SMALL :   <parvus, parva, parvum>   small   --
5.158
SMOOTHE :   <aequo, aequare, aequavi, aequatus>   to make equal, smoothe   --
5.330
SO :   <adeo>   so, so much   --
9.68
SO :   <ne>   so that not   --
5.254, 5.270, 5.286, 5.301, 6.13
SO :   <sic>   so, thus   --
2.236, 7.104, 8.245
SO :   <tot>   so much, so many   --
10.71, 10.77
SO :   <ut>   that, so that   --
2.131, 5.319, 6.123, 8.87, 9.45, 9.72, 9.188
SO :   <uti>   that, so that   --
4.32, 4.158
SOFTEN :   <mollio, mollire, mollivi, mollitum>   moderate, soften   --
6.164
SOLDIER :   <miles, militis>   soldier   --
2.224
SOME :   <aliqui, aliqua, aliquod>   some, any   --
3.40, 4.21, 8.50, 8.126
SOME :   <alius, alia, aliud>   other, some   --
2.27, 2.29, 2.129, 2.130, 4.165, 5.112, 5.114, 6.298
SOME :   <nonnullus, nonulla, nonullum>   some   --
3.255
SOME :   <olim>   some day   --
10.161
SOME :   <quando>   ever, at some time   --
6.167
SOME :   <qui, qua(e), quod>   some, any   --
3.209, 5.302
SOME :   <quidam, quaedam, quoddam>   a certain, some   --
6.114
SOMEONE :   <quis, quis, quid>   someone, anything   --
3.183, 4.147, 4.148, 4.164, 10.138
SOMEWHERE :   <alio>   somewhere else   --
5.232
SON :   <filius, filii>   son   --
1.59
SOON :   <mox>   soon   --
7.91
SOUL :   <animus, animi>   soul, mind   --
1.85, 5.320, 8.192, 10.82
SOUND :   <sonitus, sonitus>   sound   --
8.188
SPACE :   <spatium, spatii>   space   --
6.65
SPEAK :   <enuntio, enutiare, enuntiavi, enuntiatum>   speak, express   --
8.237, 8.252
SPEAK :   <loquor, loqui, locutus sum>   speak   --
4.227, 8.15, 8.29
SPEAK :   <oro, orare, oravi, oratum>   speak   --
9.51
SPEAR :   <telum, teli>   weapon, spear   --
2.153, 2.243
SPECIFIC :   <tributum, tributi>   specific payment, tribute   --
3.83
SPOT :   <macula, maculae>   spot   --
6.280
SPREAD :   <illino, illere, illevi, illitum>   spread over   --
6.117
SPRING :   <fons, fontis>   spring   --
6.32
SPRINKLE :   <spargo, spargere, sparsi, sparsum>   strew, sprinkle   --
6.279
STABLE :   <stabilis, stabilis, stabile>   stable   --
1.161
STAND :   <consisto, consistere, constiti, constitum>   stand still, consist in   --
5.74, 5.184
STAND :   <sto, stare, steti, statum>   stand, abide   --
3.217
STARTING-PLACE :   <carcer, carceris>   prison, starting-place in a race-course   --
7.88
STATE :   <civitas, civitatis>   state   --
4.136
STATE :   <dico, dicere, dixi, dictum>   say, state, declare   --
3.91, 3.245
STATION :   <statio, stationis>   station, guard   --
2.79
STATURE :   <statura, staturae>   stature, height   --
5.113
STAY :   <permaneo, permanere, permansi, permansum>   stay, continue   --
3.259, 5.98
STEP :   <gradus, gradus>   step   --
2.176
STICK :   <haereo, haerere, haesi, haesurum>   stick   --
2.168
STILL :   <consisto, consistere, constiti, constitum>   stand still, consist in   --
5.74, 5.184
STORAGE :   <receptaculum, receptaculi>   receptacle, storage place   --
6.149
STRANGER :   <advena, advenae>   stranger, foreigner   --
1.17
STRENGTH :   <vis, vis>   power, strength   --
5.115, 10.26
STRENGTHEN :   <confirmo, confirmare, confirmavi, confirmatum>   make firm, strengthen   --
5.117
STRETCH :   <tendo, tenere, tenui, tentum>   stretch, pursue   --
10.143
STREW :   <spargo, spargere, sparsi, sparsum>   strew, sprinkle   --
6.279
STRIKE :   <icere, ici, ictum>   strike   --
1.106, 7.143
STRIKE :   <laedo, laedere, laesi, laesum>   strike, offend   --
10.66
STRONG :   <fortis, fortis, forte>   strong   --
2.77
STUDIOUS :   <studiosus, studiosa, studiosum>   eager, studious   --
9.85
STUDY :   <studium, studii>   application, study   --
5.71, 5.258, 10.106
SUBDUE :   <edomo, edomare, edomui, edomitum>   conquer, subdue   --
8.230
SUCCEED :   <succedo, succedere, successi, sucessum>   enter, succeed   --
9.206
SUCH :   <tantus, tanta, tantum>   such   --
10.81
SUDDEN :   <subitus, subita, subitum>   sudden   --
2.202
SUFFER :   <doleo, dolere, dolui, dolitum>   suffer, be angry   --
10.68
SUFFER :   <patior, pati, passus sum>   suffer, endure   --
6.14, 10.37
SUFFICIENTLY :   <satis>   adequately, sufficiently   --
6.10
SUMMON :   <evoco, evocare, evocavi, evocatum>   call forth, summon   --
1.18
SUN :   <Sol, Solis>   sun   --
5.48
SUN :   <sol, solis>   sun   --
7.125, 7.166
SUPREME :   <regnum, regni>   kingship, supreme power   --
7.11, 7.116, 7.202, 10.133
SURNAME :   <cognomentum, cognomenti>   surname   --
9.120
SURROUND :   <circumdo, circumdare, circumdedi, circumdatum>   surround   --
6.66
SURROUND :   <saepio, saepire, saepsi, saeptum>   surround   --
2.18
SUSTENANCE :   <victus, victus>   sustenance, food   --
5.179
SWIM :   <trano, tranare, tranavi>   swim across   --
2.247
TABLET :   <tabula, tabulae>   tablet   --
9.177
TAKE :   <capio, capere, cepi, captum>   take, seize   --
4.192, 5.257
TAKE :   <detraho, detrahere, detraxi, detractum>   take off, remove   --
6.277
TAKE :   <procuro, procurare, procuravi, procuratum>   take care of   --
3.142
TAKE :   <suffero, sufferre, sustuli, sublatum>   take up, lift   --
2.148, 2.200
TALK :   <fama, famae>   report, talk   --
2.258, 4.156, 5.55
TALK :   <for, fari, fatus sum>   talk   --
8.11
TEACH :   <doceo, docere, docui, doctum>   teach   --
8.42
TEACHER :   <doctor, doctoris>   teacher   --
9.88
TEACHER :   <praeceptor, praeceptoris>   teacher   --
9.132
TEACHING :   <doctrina, doctrinae>   teaching   --
8.52
TELL :   <memoro, memorare, memoravi, memoratus>   relate, tell   --
10.63
TERRIFY :   <terreo, terrere, terrui, territus>   terrify, frighten   --
4.182
THAN :   <quam>   than   --
2.262, 6.300, 9.58
THAT :   <exin>   after that, then   --
7.138
THAT :   <ille, illa, illud>   he, she, that   --
2.62, 2.170, 3.134, 6.86, 8.144, 9.47, 10.20, 10.127
THAT :   <inde>   from that   --
1.104, 2.89, 7.195
THAT :   <ne>   so that not   --
5.254, 5.270, 5.286, 5.301, 6.13
THAT :   <qui, quae, quod>   who, which, what, that   --
2.75, 2.162, 3.39, 3.61, 3.106, 4.24, 4.103, 4.108, 4.135, 4.203, 4.207, 5.22, 5.41, 5.44, 5.95, 5.144, 5.218, 5.306, 6.188, 6.262, 6.283, 7.90, 8.9, 8.68, 8.99, 8.103, 8.178, 8.217, 8.249, 9.41, 9.135, 10.9, 10.116, 10.162
THAT :   <quod>   that, because   --
4.174, 5.149, 6.304, 8.145
THAT :   <ut>   that, so that   --
2.131, 5.319, 6.123, 8.87, 9.45, 9.72, 9.188
THAT :   <uti>   that, so that   --
4.32, 4.158
THEN :   <deinde>   then   --
1.29, 2.143
THEN :   <exin>   after that, then   --
7.138
THEN :   <ibi>   there, then   --
1.133, 3.241
THEN :   <tum>   then   --
2.212, 7.9, 10.142
THERE :   <hic, haec, hoc>   there, this   --
2.220, 2.223, 3.7, 3.22, 3.101, 3.119, 3.153, 3.161, 3.227, 4.16, 4.73, 5.8, 5.111, 8.26, 8.139, 8.158, 8.236, 8.247, 9.181, 10.132
THERE :   <ibi>   there, then   --
1.133, 3.241
THING :   <res, rei>   thing, matter   --
1.155, 2.255, 3.135, 3.278, 4.139, 4.150, 4.190, 4.222, 5.23, 5.72, 5.136, 5.145, 5.243, 5.308, 7.110, 8.125, 8.143, 8.198, 8.218
THINK :   <puto, putare, putavi, putatum>   think   --
5.118
THIS :   <citra>   on this side of, without   --
6.103
THIS :   <hic, haec, hoc>   there, this   --
2.220, 2.223, 3.7, 3.22, 3.101, 3.119, 3.153, 3.161, 3.227, 4.16, 4.73, 5.8, 5.111, 8.26, 8.139, 8.158, 8.236, 8.247, 9.181, 10.132
THIS :   <is, ea, id>   him, her, this   --
1.154, 2.60, 3.37, 3.164, 3.214, 3.230, 3.271, 4.52, 4.101, 4.124, 5.38, 5.178, 5.242, 6.141, 6.161, 6.186, 6.310, 8.130, 8.141, 8.148, 8.160, 8.232, 9.87
THORN :   <spina, spinae>   thorn   --
6.205
THREATENINGLY :   <minaciter>   threateningly   --
2.91
THREE :   <ter>   three   --
7.177
THROAT :   <fauces, faucis>   throat, entrance   --
7.95
THROUGH :   <per>   through, by   --
3.64, 4.225, 6.264, 8.235
THROUGH :   <volvo, volvere, volvi, volutum>   pass through, undergo   --
10.72
THROW :   <conicio, conicere, conieci, coniectum>   throw   --
2.154
THROW :   <jacto, jactare, jactavi, jactatum>   throw   --
10.23
THUS :   <ita>   thus   --
2.235, 4.59, 6.119, 8.206, 9.43
THUS :   <sic>   so, thus   --
2.236, 7.104, 8.245
TIBER :   <Tiber, Tiberis>   Tiber   --
2.30, 2.239
TIBER :   <Tiberinus, Tiberina, Tiberinum>   of Tiber   --
10.101
TIBERINUS :   <Tiberinus, Tiberini>   Tiberinus   --
2.214
TIGHT :   <strictus, stricta, strictum>   drawn together, tight   --
6.240
TILE :   <tegula, tegulae>   tile   --
6.88
TIME :   <quando>   ever, at some time   --
6.167
TIME :   <simul>   at the same time   --
2.190, 2.194, 7.14, 7.154, 7.163
TIME :   <tempus, temporis>   time   --
9.146, 9.191
TOGETHER :   <coeo, coire, coivi, coitum>   come together, be assembled   --
5.220
TOGETHER :   <concurro, concurrere, concurri, concursum>   assemble, come together   --
3.159
TOGETHER :   <strictus, stricta, strictum>   drawn together, tight   --
6.240
TOGETHER :   <una>   at the same place, together   --
5.219
TONGUE :   <lingua, linguae>   tongue, language   --
9.29, 9.50
TOO :   <parum>   too little   --
9.205
TOO :   <sero>   too late   --
9.210
TOP :   <insuper>   above, on top   --
6.143
TOWARDS :   <ad>   to, towards   --
1.19, 2.93, 2.245, 2.260, 3.6, 3.152, 4.123, 4.159, 4.184, 5.288, 6.98, 7.87, 8.133, 9.180
TREAT :   <adhibeo, adhibere, adhibui, adhibitum>   turn to, treat   --
3.67
TREATMENT :   <iniuria, injuriae>   wrong, harsh treatment   --
3.85, 4.35
TREATY :   <foedus, foederis>   treaty   --
1.105, 1.141
TRIBUTE :   <tributum, tributi>   specific payment, tribute   --
3.83
TROJAN :   <Troianus, Troiana, Troianum>   Trojan   --
1.55, 1.157, 10.155
TROY :   <Troja, Trojae>   Troy   --
10.8
TRULY :   <vero>   truly, but   --
5.128, 9.55
TURN :   <adhibeo, adhibere, adhibui, adhibitum>   turn to, treat   --
3.67
TURN :   <adverto, advertere, adverti, adversum>   turn to, note   --
8.32
TURN :   <verso, versare, versavi, versatum>   turn often; pass. be involved   --
4.43, 4.112
TURN :   <verto, vertere, verti, versum>   turn, overturn   --
10.163
TWENTIETH :   <vicesimus, vicesima, vicesimum>   twentieth   --
5.129
TWENTY :   <vicenus, viceni>   twenty   --
3.256
TWO :   <duo, duae, duo>   two   --
3.47, 3.120
TWO :   <uter, utra, utrum>   which of two   --
7.67, 7.111
TYRIAN :   <Tyrius, Tyria, Tyrium>   Tyrian   --
10.95, 10.160
UNCOVERED :   <intectus, intecta, intectum>   uncovered   --
6.215
UNDER :   <sub>   under   --
9.184
UNDERGARMENT :   <restis, restis>   undergarment   --
6.231
UNDERGO :   <volvo, volvere, volvi, volutum>   pass through, undergo   --
10.72
UNDERGROUND :   <subterraneus, subterranei>   underground   --
6.138
UNDERSTAND :   <intellego, intellegere, intellexi, intellectum>   understand   --
9.57
UNDERSTAND :   <teneo, tenere, tenui, ->   hold, control, understand   --
7.109, 8.138, 10.96
UNFITTING :   <alienus, aliena, alienum>   foreign, unfitting   --
2.115, 3.12, 3.80
UNHARMED :   <incolumis, incolumis, incolume>   unharmed   --
2.244
UNIFORMITY :   <aequitas, aequitatis>   uniformity, calmness   --
5.321
UNITED :   <iunctus, iuncta, iunctum>   joined, united   --
6.18
UNKNOWN :   <ignoro, ignorare, ignoravi, ignoratum>   ignore, be unknown   --
6.184
UNKNOWN :   <ignotus, ignota, ignotum>   unknown   --
6.287
UNLESS :   <ni>   if not, unless   --
2.47
UNLESS :   <nisi>   if not, unless   --
4.224, 6.303
UNSEASONABLE :   <praeposterus, praepostera, praeposterum>   unseasonable   --
9.208
UNSHAPELY :   <informis, informis, informe>   unshapely, hideous   --
6.101
UP :   <suffero, sufferre, sustuli, sublatum>   take up, lift   --
2.148, 2.200
UPPER :   <lacertus, lacerti>   upper arm   --
6.330
USE :   <usus, usus>   use, practice   --
4.19, 4.210, 6.89
USE :   <utor, uti, usus sum>   use   --
3.284, 4.127, 5.161, 6.100
USED :   <commodus, commoda, commodum>   used adverbially = complete, advantageous   --
4.137
UTTERANCE :   <fatum, fati>   fate, divine utterance   --
10.14, 10.139
VARIEGATE :   <vario, variare, variavi, variatum>   variegate   --
6.312
VARIOUS :   <varius, varia, varium>   various   --
8.77, 8.79, 8.209
VENERATE :   <veneror, venerari, veneratus sum>   honor, venerate   --
9.90
VENUS :   <Venus, Veneris>   Venus   --
1.62
VERSE :   <versus, versus>   verse   --
3.243
VERY :   <plurimum>   very much, especially   --
9.89
VICTORY :   <victoria, victoriae>   victory   --
7.113
VILLAGE :   <vicus, vici>   village   --
6.45
VISIBLE :   <appareo, apparere, apparui, ->   be visible, seem   --
9.75
VOICE :   <vox, vocis>   voice   --
8.76, 8.131, 8.189
VOW :   <voveo, vovere, vovi, votum>   vow   --
4.121
VULCAN :   <Vulcanus, Vulcani>   Vulcan, the fire-god   --
5.50
WAIT :   <exspecto, exspectare, exspectavi, exspectatum>   wait for   --
7.77, 7.105
WALL :   <murus, muri>   wall   --
2.28
WALLS :   <moenia, moenium>   walls   --
10.51
WANDERING :   <error, erroris>   wandering   --
1.165
WAR :   <bellum, belli>   war   --
1.87, 4.22, 4.42, 5.259, 10.36, 10.108
WARD :   <propulso, propulsare, propulsatus, ->   ward off, repulse   --
4.39
WARM :   <foveo, fovere, fovi, fotum>   warm, favor   --
10.144
WASH :   <perluo, perluere, perlui, perlutum>   wash, bathe   --
5.154
WATCH :   <servo, servare, servavi, servatum>   guard, keep, watch   --
7.34, 7.42
WAY :   <consuetudo, consuetudinis>   custom, way of life   --
5.9, 5.256
WAY :   <iter, itineris>   way   --
2.43
WEALTH :   <copia, copiae>   abundance, wealth   --
4.57
WEALTH :   <ops, opis>   assistance, wealth, resources   --
5.46, 5.327, 10.105
WEALTHY :   <locuples, locupletis>   rich in lands, wealthy   --
6.230
WEAPON :   <telum, teli>   weapon, spear   --
2.153, 2.243
WEAR :   <gero, gerere, gessi, gestum>   bear, carry out, wear   --
5.260, 6.252
WEIGH :   <penso, pensare, pensavi, pensatus>   weigh, ponder   --
8.113
WHAT :   <qui, quae, quod>   which, what   --
5.223, 10.64
WHAT :   <qui, quae, quod>   who, which, what, that   --
2.75, 2.162, 3.39, 3.61, 3.106, 4.24, 4.103, 4.108, 4.135, 4.203, 4.207, 5.22, 5.41, 5.44, 5.95, 5.144, 5.218, 5.306, 6.188, 6.262, 6.283, 7.90, 8.9, 8.68, 8.99, 8.103, 8.178, 8.217, 8.249, 9.41, 9.135, 10.9, 10.116, 10.162
WHAT :   <quis, quis, quid>   who, what   --
1.30, 1.39, 3.20, 10.67
WHAT :   <quo>   what   --
1.35
WHATEVER :   <quisquis, quaeque, quicquid>   whoever, whatever   --
5.193, 9.11
WHEN :   <cum>   since, when   --
1.5, 2.5, 2.163, 2.189, 3.77, 3.274, 4.17, 5.324, 7.7, 8.73, 8.122, 8.128, 8.147, 9.189
WHEN :   <quom>   when   --
7.80
WHENCE :   <unde>   from whence   --
1.33, 8.28, 10.45
WHERE :   <ut>   as, where   --
4.53, 6.31, 6.33, 6.35, 6.261
WHETHER :   <sive>   or if, whether ... or   --
6.67, 6.72
WHICH :   <qui, quae, quod>   which, what   --
5.223, 10.64
WHICH :   <qui, quae, quod>   who, which, what, that   --
2.75, 2.162, 3.39, 3.61, 3.106, 4.24, 4.103, 4.108, 4.135, 4.203, 4.207, 5.22, 5.41, 5.44, 5.95, 5.144, 5.218, 5.306, 6.188, 6.262, 6.283, 7.90, 8.9, 8.68, 8.99, 8.103, 8.178, 8.217, 8.249, 9.41, 9.135, 10.9, 10.116, 10.162
WHICH :   <uter, utra, utrum>   which of two   --
7.67, 7.111
WHILE :   <aliquamdiu>   for a while   --
2.126
WHILE :   <dum>   while   --
2.128, 10.38
WHITE :   <albus, alba, album>   white   --
7.126
WHO :   <qui, quae, quod>   who, which, what, that   --
2.75, 2.162, 3.39, 3.61, 3.106, 4.24, 4.103, 4.108, 4.135, 4.203, 4.207, 5.22, 5.41, 5.44, 5.95, 5.144, 5.218, 5.306, 6.188, 6.262, 6.283, 7.90, 8.9, 8.68, 8.99, 8.103, 8.178, 8.217, 8.249, 9.41, 9.135, 10.9, 10.116, 10.162
WHO :   <quis, quis, quid>   who, what   --
1.30, 1.39, 3.20, 10.67
WHOEVER :   <quisquis, quaeque, quicquid>   whoever, whatever   --
5.193, 9.11
WIFE :   <uxor, uxoris>   wife   --
1.185
WILD :   <belua, beluae>   wild animal, monster   --
6.282
WILD :   <fera, ferae>   wild beast   --
6.254, 6.275
WILL :   <voluntas, voluntatis>   will, desire   --
8.88, 8.251
WINTER :   <hiems, hiemis>   winter   --
6.147
WISH :   <volo, velle, volui>   wish, determine   --
7.83, 8.83, 8.100, 8.104, 8.149, 8.161, 9.12
WITH :   <cum>   with   --
4.163, 5.328, 8.246
WITHDRAW :   <demigro, demigrare, demigravi, demigratum>   withdraw   --
2.15
WITHDRAW :   <recedo, recedere, recessi, recessum>   retire, withdraw   --
7.127
WITHIN :   <intra>   within, during   --
5.126
WITHOUT :   <citra>   on this side of, without   --
6.103
WOMAN :   <femina, feminae>   woman   --
5.130, 6.299, 6.305
WORD :   <verbum, verbi>   word   --
8.48, 8.167, 8.207
WORK :   <opera, operae>   work, service, attention   --
7.13, 9.31
WORK :   <opus, operis>   work   --
2.199
WRITE :   <scribo, scribere, scripsi, scriptum>   write   --
9.176
WRONG :   <iniuria, injuriae>   wrong, harsh treatment   --
3.85, 4.35
YEAR :   <annus, anni>   year   --
3.254, 5.127, 5.213, 5.230
YEARLY :   <quotannis>   yearly   --
4.29
YOU :   <tu>   you   --
2.217
YOUNG :   <adulescens, adulescentis>   young people   --
3.155
YOUTHFUL :   <impubes, impuberis>   youthful, chaste   --
5.97