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Master Glossary

Jonathan Slocum and Marie-Claire Beaulieu

This Master Glossary page lists, in an alphabetical order suitable to the language and the script employed for it, every unique word form that appears in lesson texts and, for each word, its unique glosses. In addition to the gloss information, sans contextual translation, links are provided to every appearance, in every numbered lesson, of the word/gloss in question. With this index one may perform a quick "word look-up" and, in addition, study how words are used in context by clicking on their links.

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Aeneae
noun, masculine; dative singular of <Aeneas, Aeneae> Aeneas -- 1.143
Aeneam
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <Aeneas, Aeneae> Aeneas -- 1.58, 1.120
Aeneas
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Aeneas, Aeneae> Aeneas -- 1.182
Albanique
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <Albanus, Albana, Albanum> Alban + conjunction <-que> and -- 10.47
Albinum
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <Albinus, Albini> Albinus -- 9.119
Alcoinum
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <Alcuinus, Alcuini> Alcuin -- 9.121
Anchisae
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <Anchises, Anchisae> Anchises -- 1.60
Aventino
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <Aventinus, Aventini> Aventine -- 7.41
Brittania
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <Brittania, Brittaniae> Britain -- 9.125
Caesaris
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <Caesar, Caesaris> Caesar -- 4.27
Cocles
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Cocles, Coclitis> Cocles -- 2.52, 2.213
Etruscorum
adjective used as substantive; genitive plural masculine of <Etruscus, Etrusca, Etruscum> Etruscan -- 2.95
Gallia
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <Gallia, Galliae> Gaul -- 3.36
Galliae
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <Gallia, Galliae> Gaul -- 3.16
Gallorum
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <Galli, Gallorum> the Gauls -- 4.88
Germani
adjective used as substantive; nominative plural masculine of <Germanus, Germana, Germanum> Germani -- 5.5
Germaniaeque
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <Germania, Germaniae> Germania + conjunction <-que> and -- 3.17
Germanorum
adjective used as substantive; genitive plural masculine of <Germanus, Germana, Germanum> Germani -- 6.6
Graecam
adjective; accusative singular feminine of <Graecus, Graeca, Graecum> Greek -- 9.54
Graecis
adjective; ablative plural feminine of <Graecus, Graeca, Graecum> Greek -- 3.282
Horatius
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Horatius, Horati> Horatius -- 2.51
Italiam
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <Italia, Italiae> Italy -- 10.13, 10.99
Juno
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <Juno, Junonis> Juno -- 10.117
Junonis
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <Juno, Junonis> Juno -- 10.30
Karthago
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <Karthago, Karthaginis> Carthage -- 10.98
Latinam
adjective; accusative singular feminine of <Latinus, Latina, Latinum> Latin -- 9.42
Latinum
adjective; accusative singular neuter of <Latinus, Latina, Latinum> Latin -- 10.46
Latinum
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <Latinus, Latini> Latinus -- 1.13, 1.122, 1.134
Latio
noun, neuter; dative singular of <Latium, Latii> Latium -- 10.43
Laurentinum
adjective; accusative singular masculine of <Laurentinus, Laurentina, Laurentinum> Laurentinus -- 1.43
Laviniaque
adjective; accusative plural neuter of <Lavinius, Lavinia, Lavinium> Lavinian + conjunction <-que> and -- 10.16
Lavinium
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <Lavinium, Lavinii> Lavinium -- 1.186
Lunam
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <Luna, Lunae> Luna, the moon-god -- 5.52
Musa
noun, feminine; vocative singular of <Musa, Musae> Muse -- 10.60
Oceanus
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Oceanus, Oceani> ocean -- 6.285
Parthi
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <Parthi, Parthorum> Parthians -- 6.238
Petrum
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <Petrus, Petri> Peter -- 9.104
Pisanum
adjective; accusative singular masculine of <Pisanus, Pisana, Pisanum> Pisan -- 9.105
Remoramve
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <Remora, Remorae> Remora + conjunction <-ve> or -- 7.55
Remus
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Remus, Remi> Remus -- 7.26
Romae
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <Roma, Romae> Rome -- 10.52
Romam
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <Roma, Romae> Rome -- 7.54
Romanae
adjective; genitive singular feminine of <Romanus, Romana, Romanum> Roman -- 2.66
Romanorum
adjective used as substantive; genitive plural masculine of <Romanus, Romana, Romanum> Roman -- 2.196
Romulus
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Romulus, Romuli> Romulus -- 7.36, 7.198
Samo
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <Samos, Sami> Samos -- 10.125
Sarmatae
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <Sarmatae, Sarmatarum> Sarmatians -- 6.236
Saxonici
adjective; genitive singular neuter of <Saxonicus, Saxonici> Saxon -- 9.126
Solem
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <Sol, Solis> sun -- 5.48
Tiberi
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <Tiber, Tiberis> Tiber -- 2.30
Tiberim
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <Tiber, Tiberis> Tiber -- 2.239
Tiberinaque
adjective; accusative plural neuter of <Tiberinus, Tiberina, Tiberinum> of Tiber + conjunction <-que> and -- 10.101
Tiberine
adjective; vocative singular masculine of <Tiberinus, Tiberini> Tiberinus -- 2.214
Troianis
adjective used as substantive; dative plural masculine of <Troianus, Troiana, Troianum> Trojan -- 1.157
Troiano
adjective; ablative singular masculine of <Troianus, Troiana, Troianum> Trojan -- 10.155
Troianos
adjective; accusative plural masculine of <Troianus, Troiana, Troianum> Trojan -- 1.55
Trojae
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <Troja, Trojae> Troy -- 10.8
Tyrias
adjective; accusative plural feminine of <Tyrius, Tyria, Tyrium> Tyrian -- 10.160
Tyrii
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <Tyrius, Tyria, Tyrium> Tyrian -- 10.95
Veneris
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <Venus, Veneris> Venus -- 1.62
Vulcanum
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <Vulcanus, Vulcani> Vulcan, the fire-god -- 5.50
a
preposition; <ab> from, after -- 1.183, 4.152, 10.156
ab
preposition; <ab> from, after -- 5.7, 5.82, 8.140, 10.11
abdita
adjective used as substantive; nominative plural neuter of <abditus, abdita, abditum> hidden place -- 6.179
ac
conjunction; <ac> and -- 3.140, 5.85, 5.210, 6.29, 6.121, 6.125, 6.237, 6.329, 9.48, 9.209
acceperunt
verb; 3rd person plural perfect of <accipiō, accipere, accēpī, acceptum> receive -- 5.57
accepterit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect subjunctive of <acceptō, acceptāre, acceptāvī, acceptātum> receive -- 4.157
accidere
verb; infinitive of <accidō, accidere, accidī, -> fall to, come, happen -- 4.30
accipias
verb; 2nd person singular present subjunctive of <accipiō, accipere, accēpī, acceptum> receive -- 2.227
accuratius
adverb; comparative of <accurate> carefully -- 5.287
aciem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <acies, aciei> line of battle -- 2.145
acies
noun, feminine; nominative plural of <acies, aciei> line of battle -- 1.7
actu
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <actus, actus> gesture, expression -- 8.186
ad
preposition; <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
adeo
adverb; <adeo> so, so much -- 9.68
adessent
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect subjunctive of <adsum, adesse, adfuī> be present -- 2.7
adfecti
verb; nominative plural masculine of perfect participle passive of <adficiō, adficere, adfēcī, adfectum> afflict -- 4.105
adferunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <adferō, adferre, attulī, adlātum> bring, convey -- 5.245
adficiebat
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <adficiō, adficere, adfēcī, adfectum> afflict -- 9.92
adfirmat
verb; 3rd person singular present indicative of <adfīrmō, adfirmāre, adfirmāvī, adfirmātum> confirm -- 1.159
adhibetur
verb; 3rd person singular present passive of <adhibeō, adhibēre, adhibuī, adhibitum> turn to, treat -- 3.67
adire
verb; infinitive of <adeō, adīre, adiī, adītum> approach, encounter -- 10.78
adiunxisse
verb; perfect infinitive of <adiungō, adjungere, adjūnxī, adjūnctum> add -- 1.140
administrare
verb; infinitive of <administrō, administrāre, administrāvī, administrātum> administer, conduct -- 4.141
administrisque
noun, masculine; ablative plural of <administer, administri> administrator + conjunction <-que> and -- 4.122
admiratum
deponent verb; perfect participle passive accusative singular masculine of <admīror, admirārī, admirātus sum> admire -- 1.81
admissum
verb; nominative singular neuter of perfect participle passive of <admittō, admittere, admīsī, admīssum> let, go, commit -- 3.184
admodum
adverb; <admodum> completely -- 4.89
adsidua
adjective; ablative singular feminine of <adsiduus, adsidua, adsiduum> constant, continued -- 5.255
adsuesceret
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect subjunctive of <adsuēscō, adsuescere, adsuescēvī, adsuescētum> accustom -- 9.196
adulescentium
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <adulescens, adulescentis> young people -- 3.155
advenarum
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <advena, advenae> stranger, foreigner -- 1.17
advenit
verb; 3rd person singular present of <adveniō, advenīre, advenī, adventum> arrive, appear -- 6.169
adventum
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <adventus, adventus> arrival, coming -- 4.28
adversus
adverb; <adversus> opposite to, against -- 6.68
adverti
verb; 1st person singular perfect of <advertō, advertere, advertī, adversum> turn to, note -- 8.32
aedificandi
verb; genitive of gerund(ive) of <aedificō, aedificāre, aedificāvī, aedificātum> build -- 6.74
aedificent
verb; 3rd person plural present subjunctive of <aedificō, aedificāre, aedificāvī, aedificātum> build -- 5.293
aedificiis
noun, neuter; ablative plural of <aedificium, aedificii> building -- 6.54
aequari
deponent verb; passive infinitive of <aequō, aequāre, aequāvī, aequātus> to make equal, smoothe -- 5.330
aeque
adverb; <aeque> equally -- 9.46
aequitate
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <aequitas, aequitatis> uniformity, calmness -- 5.321
aere
noun, neuter; ablative singular of <aes, aeris> metal, copper, money -- 3.79
aestus
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <aestus, aestus> heat -- 5.291
affectionem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <affectio, affectionis> affection -- 8.191
agri
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <ager, agri> land -- 5.194, 5.227
agricultura
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <agricultura, agriculturae> agriculture -- 5.261
agriculturae
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <agricultura, agriculturae> agriculture -- 5.173
agris
noun, masculine; ablative plural of <ager, agri> land -- 2.14
agrum
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <ager, agri> land -- 1.42
agunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <agō, agere, ēgī, āctum> move, conduct -- 6.222
alacritate
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <alacritas, alacritatis> delight -- 2.197
albus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <albus, alba, album> white -- 7.126
ali
pronominal adjective; nominative plural masculine of <alius, alia, aliud> other, some -- 5.112, 5.114
alia
pronominal adjective; nominative plural neuter of <alius, alia, aliud> other, some -- 2.27, 2.29
alienam
adjective; accusative singular feminine of <alienus, aliena, alienum> foreign, unfitting -- 2.115
alieno
adjective; ablative singular neuter of <alienus, aliena, alienum> foreign, unfitting -- 3.80
alienum
adjective; accusative singular neuter of <alienus, aliena, alienum> foreign, unfitting -- 3.12
alio
adverb; <alio> somewhere else -- 5.232
alio
pronominal adjective; ablative singular masculine of <alius, alia, aliud> other, some -- 4.165
aliquam
pronoun adjective; accusative singular feminine of <aliqui, aliqua, aliquod> some, any -- 8.126
aliquamdiu
adverb; <aliquamdiu> for a while -- 2.126
aliquid
indefinite pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <aliquis, aliquis, aliquid> anyone -- 8.134
aliquo
pronoun adjective; ablative singular masculine of <aliqui, aliqua, aliquod> some, any -- 3.40, 8.50
aliquod
pronoun adjective; nominative singular neuter of <aliqui, aliqua, aliquod> some, any -- 4.21
alium
pronominal adjective; accusative singular masculine of <alius, alia, aliud> other, some -- 2.130
alius
pronominal adjective; nominative singular masculine of <alius, alia, aliud> other, some -- 2.129, 6.298
altae
adjective; genitive singular feminine of <altus, alta, altum> high, deep -- 10.50
alterum
pronoun adjective; nominative singular neuter of <alter, altera, alterum> the one, the other -- 3.122, 3.125, 4.5
altivolentum
adjective; genitive plural neuter of <altivolans, altivolantis> high flying -- 7.44
alto
adjective used as substantive; ablative singular neuter of <altus, alta, altum> high, deep -- 7.156, 10.25
alto
adjective; ablative singular masculine of <altus, alta, altum> high, deep -- 7.39
ambactos
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <ambactus, ambacti> dependent -- 4.63
amicitiae
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <amicitia, amicitiae> friendship -- 1.95
amictibus
noun, masculine; dative plural of <amictus, amictus> outer garment -- 6.308
amplissimus
adjective; nominative singular masculine superlative of <amplius> great, distinguished -- 4.58
animi
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <animus, animi> soul, mind -- 5.320, 8.192
animis
noun, masculine; dative plural of <animus, animi> soul, mind -- 10.82
animum
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <animus, animi> soul, mind -- 1.85
anno
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <annus, anni> year -- 5.230
annos
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <annus, anni> year -- 3.254, 5.213
annum
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <annus, anni> year -- 5.127
ante
preposition; <ante> before -- 4.26
antiqua
adjective; nominative singular feminine of <antiquus, antiqua, antiquum> ancient -- 10.93
aperiebatur
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect passive of <aperiō, aperīre, aperuī, apertum> open -- 8.165
aperire
verb; infinitive of <aperiō, aperīre, aperuī, apertum> open -- 6.140
aperta
adjective; nominative plural neuter of <apertus, aperta, apertum> open -- 6.170
aperte
adverb; <aperte> openly -- 5.45
apertissime
adjective; nominative singular masculine of superlative of <apertus, aperta, apertum> open -- 9.13
appareret
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect subjunctive of <appāreō, apparēre, apparuī, -> be visible, seem -- 9.75
appellabant
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <appellō, appellāre, appellāvī, appellātum> call -- 8.124
appellat
verb; 3rd person singular present indicative of <appellō, appellāre, appellāvī, appellātum> call -- 1.187
apud
preposition; <apud> among, with -- 1.121, 1.135, 3.163, 3.229, 6.85, 9.134
arces
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <arx, arcis> citadel, fortress -- 10.164
arma
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <arma, armorum> arms -- 2.221, 10.5
arma
noun, neuter; nominative plural of <arma, armorum> arms -- 10.128
armatus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <armatus, armata, armatum> armed -- 2.237
artem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <ars, artis> skill, art -- 9.158
artes
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <ars, artis> skill, art -- 9.83
artus
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <artus, artus> joints, limbs -- 6.243
asperrima
adjective; nominative singular feminine superlative of <asper, aspera, asperum> rough, harsh -- 10.107
astronomiae
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <astronomia, astronomiae> astronomy -- 9.142
at
adverb; <at> and -- 7.35
atque
conjunction; <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
attribuunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <attribuō, attribuere, attribuī, attribūtum> assign -- 5.228
audet
verb; 3rd person singular present of <audeō, audēre, ausus sum> dare to do -- 3.63
audierat
verb; 3rd person singular pluperfect of <audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītum> hear -- 10.159
audierit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect subjunctive of <audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītum> hear -- 1.53
audita
verb; accusative plural neuter of perfect participle passive of <audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītum> hear -- 8.216
audivit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītum> hear -- 9.108
augurioque
noun, masculine; dative singular of <augurium, augurii> interpretation of omens, augury + conjunction <-que> and -- 7.16
aureus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <aureus, aurea, aureum> golden -- 7.164
auspicio
noun, neuter; ablative singular of <auspicium, auspicii> divination by the flight of birds -- 7.201
auspicio
noun, neuter; dative singular of <auspicium, auspicii> divination by the flight of birds -- 7.15, 7.27
ausus
verb; nominative singular masculine of perfect participle passive of <audeō, audēre, ausus sum> dare to do -- 2.256
aut
conjunction; <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
autem
conjunction; <autem> but -- 6.180, 8.159
avem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <avis, avis> bird -- 7.33
avidi
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <avidus, avida, avidum> eager -- 7.85
avis
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <avis, avis> bird -- 7.162
avium
noun, feminine; genitive plural of <avis, avis> bird -- 7.181
belli
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <bellum, belli> war -- 5.259, 10.108
bello
noun, neuter; ablative singular of <bellum, belli> war -- 4.42, 10.36
bello
noun, neuter; dative singular of <bellum, belli> war -- 1.87
bellum
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <bellum, belli> war -- 4.22
beluarum
noun, feminine; genitive plural of <belua, beluae> wild animal, monster -- 6.282
brachia
noun, neuter; nominative plural of <brachium, brachi> lower arm -- 6.328
caedes
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <caedes, caedis> murder -- 3.187
caelestibus
adjective; dative plural feminine of <caelestis, caelestis, caeleste> celestial -- 10.83
caelo
noun, neuter; ablative singular of <caelum, caeli> sky, heavens -- 7.176
caementorum
noun, neuter; genitive plural of <caementum, caementi> quarry-stone -- 6.83
campus
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <campus, campi> plain, open field -- 6.34
candida
adjective; nominative singular feminine of <candidus, candida, candidum> clear -- 7.139
canerent
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect subjunctive of <canō, canere, cecinī, cantum> sing -- 1.11
cano
verb; 1st person singular present of <canō, canere, cecinī, cantum> sing -- 10.7
capere
verb; infinitive of <capiō, capere, cēpī, captum> take, seize -- 4.192
capti
verb; perfect participle passive of <capiō, capere, cēpī, captum> take, seize -- 5.257
carceris
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <carcer, carceris> prison, starting-place in a race-course -- 7.88
carne
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <caro, carnis> meat -- 5.183
caseo
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <caseus, casei> cheese -- 5.182
casu
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <casus, casus> fall, misfortune, chance -- 1.36
casus
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <casus, casus> fall, misfortune, chance -- 6.69, 10.73
causa
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <causa, causae> cause, reason -- 3.158
causam
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <causa, causae> cause, reason -- 4.102
causas
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <causa, causae> cause, reason -- 5.246, 10.62
cedunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <cēdō, cedere, cessī, cessum> go from, depart -- 7.174
cernunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <cernō, cernere, crēvī, certum> discern, see -- 5.42
certabant
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <certō, certāre, certāvī, certātum> fight, contend -- 7.52
certaque
adjective; ablative singular feminine of <certus, certa, certum> certain + conjunction <-que> and -- 1.162
certo
adjective; ablative singular masculine of <certus, certa, certum> certain -- 8.49
certum
adjective; accusative singular masculine of <certus, certa, certum> certain -- 5.196
cervicalibus
noun, neuter; ablative plural of <cervical, cervicalis> pillow -- 9.185
cetera
adverb; <cetera> otherwise -- 6.214
ceteris
adjective; ablative plural feminine of <ceteri, ceterae, cetera> other -- 9.117
ceterorumque
adjective; genitive plural neuter of <ceteri, ceterae, cetera> other + conjunction <-que> and -- 8.184
circum
preposition; <circum> around -- 4.61
circumdat
verb; 3rd person singular present of <circumdō, circumdare, circumdedī, circumdātum> surround -- 6.66
circumferens
verb; present participle nominative singular masculine of <circumferō, circumferre, circumtūlī, circumlātum> carry around -- 2.88
circumferre
verb; infinitive of <circumferō, circumferre, circumtūlī, circumlātum> carry around -- 9.186
circumspectant
verb; 3rd person plural present indicative of <circumspectō, circumspectāre, circumspectāvī, circumspectātum> look around -- 2.134
citra
preposition; <citra> on this side of, without -- 6.103
civitates
noun, feminine; nominative plural of <civitas, civitatis> state -- 4.136
clamor
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <clamor, clamoris> shout -- 2.195
clamore
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <clamor, clamoris> shout -- 2.147
clientesque
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <cliens, clientis> retainer + conjunction <-que> and -- 4.64
codicellos
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <codicelli, codicellorum> notebook -- 9.179
cognationibusque
noun, feminine; dative plural of <cognatio, cognationis> blood-relations, kindred + conjunction <-que> and -- 5.216
cognitum
adjective; accusative singular neuter of <cognitus, cognita, cognitum> known -- 4.193
cognomento
noun, neuter; ablative singular of <cognomentum, cognomenti> surname -- 9.120
cogunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <cōgō, cōgere, coēgi, cōactum> collect, compel -- 5.234
cohaerentibus
ablative plural neuter of <cohaerens, cohaerentis> continuous, adjoining -- 6.53
coierunt
verb; 3rd person plural perfect of <coeo, coīre, coivī, coitum> come together, be assembled -- 5.220
colligebam
verb; 1st person singular imperfect of <colligō, collēgī, colligere, collēctum> collect -- 8.222
coloni
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <colonus, coloni> farmer, settler -- 10.97
colorum
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <color, coloris> color -- 6.127
coluisse
verb; infinitive perfect of <colō, colere, coluī, cultum> dwell in, cultivate -- 10.124
coluit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <colō, colere, coluī, cultum> dwell in, cultivate -- 9.86
colunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <colō, colere, coluī, cultum> dwell in, cultivate -- 6.27
commercia
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <commercium, commerci> commerce -- 6.265
commodius
adjective; comparative accusative singular neuter of <commodus, commoda, commodum> used adverbially = complete, advantageous -- 4.137
commovit
verb; 3rd person singular present of <commoveō, commovēre, commōvī, commōtum> move -- 2.144
communicavi
verb; 1st person singular perfect of <commūnicō, commūnicāre, commūnicāvī, commūnicātum> communicate -- 8.254
communicet
verb; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <commūnicō, commūnicāre, commūnicāvī, commūnicātum> communicate -- 4.166
commutent
verb; 3rd person plural present subjunctive of <commūtō, commūtāre, commūtāvi, commūtātum> change, exchange -- 5.262
computandi
verb; genitive of gerund(ive) of <computō, computāre, computāvī, computātum> compute -- 9.159
conabantur
deponent verb; 3rd person plural imperfect passive of <cōnor, conārī, conātus sum> attempt, aim -- 2.186
conceditur
verb; 3rd person singular present passive of <concēdō, concedere, concessī, concessum> grant, allow -- 4.229
concilium
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <concilium, concilii> council, assembly -- 4.226
concurrit
verb; 3rd person singular present of <concurrō, concurrere, concurrī, concursum> assemble, come together -- 3.159
condendaeque
verbal adjective; dative singular feminine of <condō, condere, condidī, conditum> found + conjunction <-que> and -- 1.68
conderet
verb; 3rd person singular subjunctive imperfect of <condō, condere, condidī, conditum> found -- 10.39
condunt
verb; 3rd person plural present indicative of <condō, condere, condidī, conditum> found -- 1.174
conexis
adjective; ablative plural neuter of <conexus, conexa, conexum> adjoining -- 6.51
confirmari
verb; infinitive passive of <cōnfīrmō, cōnfīrmāre, cōnfīrmāvī, cōnfīrmātum> make firm, strengthen -- 5.117
coniciunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <cōniciō, conicere, coniēcī, coniectum> throw -- 2.154
conloquium
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <conloquium, conloqui> conference -- 1.20
consertum
verb; nominative singular neuter of perfect participle passive of <cōnserō, cōnserere, cōnseruī, cōnsertum> connect -- 6.206
consilio
noun, neuter; ablative singular of <consilium, consilii> counsel -- 3.68
consilium
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <consilium, consilii> counsel -- 4.191
consistit
verb; 3rd person singular present of <cōnsistō, cōnsistere, cōnstitī, cōnstitum> stand still, consist in -- 5.74, 5.184
conspicit
verb; 3rd person singular present of <cōnspiciō, conspicere, conspēxī, conspectum> perceive -- 7.194
constitissent
verb; 3rd person plural pluperfect subjunctive of <cōnstituō, cōnstituere, cōnstituī, cōnstitūtum> decide -- 1.8
constituunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <cōnstituō, cōnstituere, cōnstituī, cōnstitūtum> decide -- 3.180, 3.200
consuetudine
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <consuetudo, consuetudinis> custom, way of life -- 5.9, 5.256
consul
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <consul, consulis> consul -- 7.79
contentus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <contentus, contenta, contentum> content -- 9.26
contineant
verb; 3rd person plural present subjunctive of <contineō, continēre, continuī, contentum> connect, maintain -- 5.323
contra
preposition; <contra> opposite, facing -- 10.100
controversia
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <controversia, controversiae> controversy -- 3.194
controversiis
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <controversia, controversiae> controversy -- 3.177
copiisque
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <copia, copiae> abundance, wealth + conjunction <-que> and -- 4.57
copiosus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <copiosus, copiosa, copiosum> rich -- 9.7
cordis
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <cor, cordis> heart -- 8.85
corpora
noun, neuter; nominative plural of <corpus, corporis> body -- 7.179
corporis
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <corpus, corporis> body -- 5.163, 8.164
corpus
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <corpus, corporis> body -- 8.132
crebro
adverb; <crebro> frequently, often -- 8.215
cremata
verb; ablative singular feminine of perfect passive participle of <cremō, cremāre, cremāvī, cremātum> burn -- 1.63
cuius
relative pronoun; genitive singular feminine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 5.144
cultus
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <cultus, cultus> care, culture -- 6.266
cum
conjunction; <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
cum
preposition; <cum> with -- 4.163, 5.328, 8.246
cuncta
adjective; nominative plural neuter of <cunctus, cuncta, cunctum> all -- 2.166
cunctati
deponent verb; 3rd person plural perfect of <cunctor, cunctāri, cunctātus sum> hesitate -- 2.125
cupiditas
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <cupiditas, cupiditatis> desire -- 5.305
cupientes
verb; nominative plural masculine of present participle of <cupiō, cupere, cupīvī, cupītum> desire -- 7.10
cura
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <cura, curae> care -- 7.8
cura
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <cura, curae> care -- 7.65
curantes
verb; nominative plural masculine of present participle of <cūrō, cūrāre, cūrāvī, cūrātum> care -- 7.5
curiosissime
adverb; superlative of <curiosus, curiosa, curiosum> diligent -- 9.165
currus
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <currus, currus> chariot -- 7.96
currus
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <currus, currus> chariot -- 10.130
cursum
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <cursus, cursus> course -- 9.164
dant
verb; 3rd person plural present of <dō, dare, dedī, dātum> give -- 7.12, 7.186
data
verb; 3rd person singular perfect subjunctive passive of <dō, dare, dedī, dātum> give -- 7.115
data
verb; ablative singular feminine of perfect participle passive of <dō, dare, dedī, dātum> give -- 1.92, 1.146
data
verb; nominative plural neuter of perfect participle passive of <dō, dare, dedī, dātum> give -- 7.197
de
preposition; <de> from, about -- 3.15, 3.118, 3.175, 3.190, 3.192, 4.149, 4.188, 4.221, 7.175, 9.124
dea
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <dea, deae> goddess -- 10.134
decernunt
verb; 3rd person singular present of <dēcernō, decernere, decrēvī, decrētum> decide -- 3.197
decreto
noun, neuter; ablative singular of <decretum, decreti> decision -- 3.215
dedisti
verb; 2nd person singular perfect of <dō, dare, dedī, dātum> give -- 8.69
dedit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <dō, dare, dedī, dātum> give -- 2.46, 7.142
dedita
adjective; nominative singular feminine of <deditus, dedita, deditum> devoted, addicted -- 4.90
deferat
verb; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <dēferō, deferre, detulī, delātum> report -- 4.161
defossa
participle used as substantive; nominative plural neuter of perfect participle passive of <dēfodiō, defossere, defōdī, defossum> dig deep, hide -- 6.182
deinde
adverb; <deinde> then -- 1.29, 2.143
delectationem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <delectatio, delectationis> pleasure, delight -- 6.106
demigrant
verb; 3rd person plural present indicative of <dēmigrō, dēmigrāre, dēmigrāvi, dēmigrātum> withdraw -- 2.15
deorum
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <deus, dei> god -- 5.36
deos
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <deus, dei> god -- 1.137, 10.42
desiluit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <dēsiliō, dēsilīre, dēsiluī, dēsultus> jump down -- 2.240
desit
verb; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <desum, deesse, defuī> be lacking -- 6.204
detracta
verb; perfect participle passive of <dētrahō, detrahere, dētraxī, detractum> take off, remove -- 6.277
detrudere
verb; infinitive of <dētrūdō, dētrūdere, dētrūsī, dētrūsum> dislodge -- 2.187
deum
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <deus, dei> god -- 10.70
deus
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <deus, dei> god -- 8.71
devovet
verb; 3rd person singular present, of <dēvoveō, dēvovēre, dēvōvī, dēvōtum> devote -- 7.29
dextra
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <dextra, dextrae> right hand -- 1.91
diaconem
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <diaco, diaconis> deacon -- 9.106, 9.123
dialecticae
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <dialectica, dialecticae> logic -- 9.139
dicaculus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <dicaculus, dicacula, dicaculum> effusive -- 9.74
dicant
verb; 3rd person plural present subjunctive of <dīcō, dīcere, dīxī, dictum> say, state, declare -- 3.91
dicuntur
verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <dīcō, dīcere, dīxī, dictum> say, state, declare -- 3.245
didiceram
verb; 1st person singular pluperfect of <discō, discere, didicī, -> learn -- 8.30
didicit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <discō, discere, didicī, -> learn -- 9.44
die
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <dies, diei> day -- 2.63
dies
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <dies, diei> day -- 6.217
differant
verb; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <differō, differre, distulī, dīlātum> differ -- 3.21
differunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <differō, differre, distulī, dīlātum> differ -- 5.10
diligentius
adverb; comparative of <diligenter> industriously -- 6.116
discebat
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <discō, discere, didicī, -> learn -- 9.157
discenda
verbal adjective; ablative singular feminine of <discō, discere, didicī, -> learn -- 9.102
disciplina
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <disciplina, disciplinae> discipline, education -- 3.258
disciplinae
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <disciplina, disciplinae> discipline, education -- 3.157
disciplinis
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <disciplina, disciplinae> discipline, education -- 9.118
discreti
verb; nominative plural masculine perfect participle passive of <discernō, discernere, discrēvī, discrētum> separate, divide -- 6.28
dissensionesque
noun, feminine; nominative plural of <dissensio, dissensionis> dissension + conjunction <-que> and -- 5.310
distinguuntur
verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <dīstinguō, dīstinguere, dīstinxī, dīstinctum> divide, distinguish -- 6.232
diutissime
adverb; superlative of <diu> long -- 5.96
diversi
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <diversus, diversa, diversum> contrary, diverse -- 6.30
dives
adjective; nominative singular feminine of <dives, divitis> rich -- 10.104
divinis
adjective; dative plural feminine of <divinus, divina, divinum> divine, sacred -- 3.136, 5.24
docebant
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <doceō, docēre, docuī, doctum> teach -- 8.42
doctissimum
adjective; accusative singular masculine superlative of <doctus, docta, doctum> learned -- 9.131
doctores
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <doctor, doctoris> teacher -- 9.88
doctrinae
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <doctrina, doctrinae> teaching -- 8.52
dolens
verb; nominative singular feminine of present participle of <doleō, dolēre, doluī, dolitum> suffer, be angry -- 10.68
domesticum
adjective; accusative singular neuter of <domesticus, domestica, domesticum> domestic -- 1.138
dominis
noun, masculine; dative plural of <dominus, domini> lord, master -- 3.107
domo
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <domus, domi> house -- 1.38, 1.65
domum
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <domus, domi> house -- 6.64
druides
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <druides, druidum> Druids -- 5.20
druidibus
noun, masculine; ablative plural of <druides, druidum> Druids -- 4.126
druidum
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <druides, druidum> Druids -- 3.124
ducem
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <dux, ducis> leader -- 1.57
ducemque
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <dux, ducis> leader + conjunction <-que> and -- 1.16
duces
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <dux, ducis> leader -- 1.108
duci
verb; infinitive passive of <dūcō, dūcere, dūxī, ductum> lead, consider -- 10.158
ducunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <dūcō, dūcere, dūxī, ductum> lead, consider -- 5.40
dum
conjunction; <dum> while -- 2.128, 10.38
duo
number; <duo, duae, duo> two -- 3.47
duobus
number; ablative plural neuter of <duo, duae, duo> two -- 3.120
duritiae
noun, feminine; dative singular of <duritia, duritiae> hardship -- 5.86
e
preposition; <ex> out of, from -- 7.94
ea
demonstrative pronoun; accusative plural neuter of <is, ea, id> him, her, this -- 3.271, 4.124
ea
demonstrative pronoun; nominative singular feminine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this -- 1.154
eadem
demonstrative pronoun; nominative plural neuter of <idem, eadem, idem> the same -- 3.102
eam
demonstrative pronoun; accusative singular feminine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this -- 4.101, 8.130, 8.148
earumque
demonstrative pronoun; genitive plural feminine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this + conjunction <-que> and -- 9.87
edere
verb; infinitive of <ēdō, ēdere, ēdidī, ēditum> give out -- 8.82
ediscendae
verb; genitive singular feminine gerund(ive) of <ēdiscō, ēdiscere, ēdidici, -> learn, memorize -- 9.143
ediscendis
ablative plural feminine of gerund(ive) of <ēdiscō, ēdiscere, ēdidici, -> learn, memorize -- 9.30
ediscere
verb; infinitive of <ēdiscō, ēdiscere, ēdidici, -> learn, memorize -- 3.244
edomito
verb; ablative singular neuter of perfect participle passive of <ēdomō, edomāre, edomuī, ēdomitum> conquer, subdue -- 8.230
effigiendis
verb; ablative plural feminine of gerund(ive) of <effingō, effingere, effinxī, effīctum> form -- 9.195
ego
pronoun; nominative singular of <ego> I -- 8.65
eis
demonstrative pronoun; ablative plural masculine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this -- 8.141
eis
demonstrative pronoun; dative plural neuter of <is, ea, id> him, her, this -- 8.232
eius
demonstrative pronoun; genitive singular feminine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this -- 5.242
eius
demonstrative pronoun; genitive singular masculine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this -- 6.161
eligunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <ēligō, ēlegere, elēgī, elēctum> choose, select -- 6.274
eloquentia
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <eloquentia, eloquentiae> eloquence -- 9.6
emittat
verb; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <ēmittō, ēmittere, ēmīsī, ēmīssum> send out -- 7.92
enim
conjunction; <enim> for, indeed -- 8.6, 8.41, 10.154
enuntiabam
verb; 1st person singular imperfect of <ēnūntiō, ēnūtiāre, ēnuntiāvī, ēnuntiātum> speak, express -- 8.237
enuntiandarum
verbal adjective; genitive plural feminine of <ēnūntiō, ēnūtiāre, ēnuntiāvī, ēnuntiātum> speak, express -- 8.252
eo ipso
demonstrative pronoun; ablative singular neuter of <is, ea, id> him, her, this + intensive pronoun <ipse, ipsa, ipsum> self -- 6.186
eorum
demonstrative pronoun; genitive plural masculine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this -- 3.37, 3.214, 4.52, 5.178
eos
demonstrative pronoun; accusative plural masculine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this -- 3.164, 3.230, 5.38, 8.160
eosque
demonstrative pronoun; accusative plural masculine of <is, ea, id> him, her, this + conjunction <-que> and -- 6.141, 6.310
equitum
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <eques, equitis> horseman, knight -- 3.126, 4.8
eram
verb; 1st person singular imperfect of <sum, esse, fuī> I am -- 8.7, 8.16, 8.250
erat
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <sum, esse, fuī> I am -- 9.5, 9.71
erroris
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <error, erroris> wandering -- 1.165
esse
verb; infinitive of <sum, esse, fuī> I am -- 1.56, 3.13, 3.269, 4.208, 7.199, 10.136
essent
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect subjunctive of <sum, esse, fuī> I am -- 1.32, 8.220
esset
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect subjunctive of <sum, esse, fuī> I am -- 7.68, 9.192
est
auxiliary verb; 3rd person singular present of <sum, esse, fuī> I am -- 3.10, 5.226
est
verb; 3rd person singular present of <sum, esse, fuī> I am -- 3.123, 3.195, 3.231, 4.7, 4.18, 4.55, 4.86, 4.194, 5.147, 6.12
et
conjunction; <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
etiam
adverb; <etiam> also, even -- 9.27, 9.73
evocasse
verb; perfect infinitive of <ēvocō, evocare, evocāvī, evocatum> call forth, summon -- 1.18
ex
preposition; <ex> out of, from -- 2.13, 4.209, 5.307, 7.155, 8.162
exercitus
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <exercitus, excercitus> army -- 1.110
exin
adverb; <exin> after that, then -- 7.138
exissent
verb; 3rd person plural pluperfect subjunctive of <exeō, exire, exiī, exitum> go out, leave -- 1.44
existimant
verb; 3rd person plural present of <existimō, existimāre, existimāvī, existimātum> judge, consider -- 3.270
existimantur
verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <existimō, existimāre, existimāvī, existimātum> judge, consider -- 4.142
exoritur
deponent verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <exorior, exorīrī, exortus sum> arise, appear -- 7.165
expellant
verb; 3rd person plural present subjunctive of <expellō, expellere, expulī, expulsum> drive out -- 5.278
exprimente
verb; ablative singular feminine of present participle of <exprimō, exprimere, expressī, expressum> express -- 6.244
exprimere
verb; infinitive of <exprimō, exprimere, expressī, expressum> express -- 9.14
exquisitius
adverb; comparative of <exquisitus, exquisita, exquisitum> exquisitely -- 6.260
exspectabat
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <exspectō, exspectāre, exspectāvī, exspectātum> wait for -- 7.105
exspectant
verb; 3rd person plural present of <exspectō, exspectāre, exspectāvī, exspectātum> wait for -- 7.77
extendunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <extendō, extendere, extendī, extēnsum> extend -- 6.326
exterior
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <exterior, exterioris> outer -- 6.284
exuberans
defective verb; nominative singular masculine of present participle of <exūberō, exūberāre, -, -> be abundant -- 9.9
facinus
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <facinus, facinoris> crime -- 4.185
facinus
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <facinus, facinoris> crime -- 3.185
facta
verb; nominative singular feminine of perfect participle passive of <faciō, facere, fēcī, factum> do, make -- 3.188
factam
verb; 3rd person singular perfect passive indicative of <faciō, facere, fēcī, factum> do, make -- 1.112
factiones
noun, feminine; nominative plural of <factio, factionis> faction -- 5.309
facundus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <facundus, facunda, facundum> fluent, eloquent -- 9.70
fallunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <fallō, fallere, fefellī, falsum> deceive, elude -- 6.187
falsis
adjective; ablative plural masculine of <falsus, falsa, falsum> false -- 4.180
fama
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <fama, famae> report, talk -- 4.156, 5.55
famae
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <fama, famae> report, talk -- 2.258
farer
deponent verb; 1st person singular imperfect subjunctive of <for, fārī, fātus sum> talk -- 8.11
fas
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <fas, -> right -- 3.268
fata
noun, neuter; nominative plural of <fatum, fati> fate, divine utterance -- 10.139
fato
noun, neuter; ablative singular of <fatum, fati> fate, divine utterance -- 10.14
faucibus
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <fauces, faucis> throat, entrance -- 7.95
feminae
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <femina, feminae> woman -- 5.130
feminae
noun, feminine; nominative plural of <femina, feminae> woman -- 6.305
feminis
noun, feminine; dative plural of <femina, feminae> woman -- 6.299
ferarum
noun, feminine; genitive plural of <fera, ferae> wild beast -- 6.254
feras
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <fera, ferae> wild beast -- 6.275
fere
adverb; <fere> almost -- 3.174, 3.277, 4.25
fertur
verb; 3rd person singular present passive of <ferō, ferre, tulī, lātum> bear, carry -- 10.118
ferunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <ferō, ferre, tulī, lātum> bear, carry -- 5.102
fibula
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <fibula, fibulae> brooch -- 6.201
fidei
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <fides, fidei> faith, pledge -- 2.263
fidem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <fides, fidei> faith, pledge -- 1.93
filia
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <filia, filiae> daughter -- 1.142
filium
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <filius, filii> son -- 1.59
fimo
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <fimus, fimi> dung -- 6.144
fines
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <finis, finis> border, limit -- 5.198, 5.272
finibus
noun, masculine; ablative plural of <finis, finis> border, limit -- 3.193
finiendi
verb; gerund(ive) genitive singular masculine of <finiō, finīre, finīvī, finītum> finish, end -- 1.164
finitimis
adjective used as substantive; ablative plural masculine of <finitimus, finitima, finitimum> bordering, neighbor -- 4.153
fiunt
defective verb; 3rd person plural present of <fio, fierī> be made -- 8.179
fluitante
verb; ablative singular feminine of present participle of <fluitō, fluitāre, fluitāvī, -> flow -- 6.234
flumine
noun, neuter; ablative singular of <flumen, fluminis> river -- 2.226
fluminibus
noun, neuter; ablative plural of <flumen, fluminis> river -- 5.153
focum
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <focus, foci> fire-place, hearth -- 6.219
foedus
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <foedus, foederis> treaty -- 1.105, 1.141
fons
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <fons, fontis> spring -- 6.32
foras
adverb; <foras> forth, out -- 7.144
forte
adjective; ablative singular masculine of <fortis, fortis, forte> strong -- 2.77
fortuna
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <fortuna, fortunae> fortune -- 2.64
fovetque
verb; 3rd person singular present of <foveō, fovēre, fōvī, fōtum> warm, favor + conjunction <-que> and -- 10.144
fragor
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <fragor, fragoris> crashing, noise -- 2.191
frigora
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <frigus, frigoris> cold -- 5.289
frigorum
noun, neuter; genitive plural of <frigus, frigoris> cold -- 6.160
frugibus
noun, feminine; dative plural of <frux, frugis> fruit, produce -- 6.150
fugiendisve
verb; ablative plural feminine of present participle of <fugiō, fūgī> flee, avoid + conjunction <-ve> or -- 8.197
fuisse
verb; perfect infinitive of <sum, esse, fuī> I am -- 1.123
fuisset
verb; 3rd person singular past perfect subjunctive of <sum, esse, fuī> I am -- 2.50
fuit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <sum, esse, fuī> I am -- 10.94, 10.131
futurae
future participle; genitive singular feminine of <sum, esse, fuī> I am -- 1.94
gemitibus
noun, masculine; ablative plural of <gemitus, gemitus> sign, groan -- 8.74
genera
noun, neuter; nominative plural of <genus, generis> kind, class -- 3.45
generibus
noun, neuter; ablative plural of <genus, generis> kind, class -- 3.121
generis
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <genus, generis> kind, class -- 9.127
gentibus
noun, feminine; dative plural of <gens, gentis> race, clan -- 5.215, 10.135
gentis
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <gens, gentis> race, clan -- 1.82
gentium
noun, feminine; genitive plural of <gens, gentis> race, clan -- 8.170
genus
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <genus, generis> kind, class -- 7.43, 10.44
genus
noun, neuter; nominative singular <genus, generis> kind, class -- 4.6
gerendi
verb; gerund(ive) genitive singular neuter of <gerō, gerere, gessī, gestum> bear, carry out, wear -- 5.260
gerunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <gerō, gerere, gessī, gestum> bear, carry out, wear -- 6.252
gignit
verb; 3rd person singular present of <gīgnō, genere, genuī, genitum> generate, produce -- 6.289
gradu
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <gradus, gradus> step -- 2.176
grammatica
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <grammatica, grammaticae> grammar -- 9.103
gratiam
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <gratia, gratiae> esteem, regard -- 4.75
gravioribus
adjective; ablative plural masculine of comparative of <gravis, gravis, grave> grave, serious -- 4.106
gravissima
adjective; nominative singular feminine of superlative of <gravis, gravis, grave> grave, serious -- 3.232
habendis
verb; ablative plural feminine of present participle of <habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum> have -- 8.195
habent
verb; 3rd person plural present of <habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum> have -- 4.143, 5.21, 5.135
habet
verb; 3rd person singular present of <habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum> have -- 4.65, 5.199
habetur
verb; 3rd person singular present passive of <habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum> have -- 3.59
habitari
verb; passive infinitive of <habitō, habitāre, habitāvī, habitātum> inhabit -- 6.9
habituram
verb; accusative singular feminine of future participle active of <habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum> have -- 2.259
habitus
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <habitus, habitus> clothing, dress -- 6.302
habuisse
verb; perfect infinitive of <habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum> have -- 5.132
habuit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <habeō, habēre, habuī, habitum> have -- 2.67, 9.133
hac
demonstrative pronoun; ablative singular feminine of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this -- 5.8
hae
demonstrative pronoun; nominative plural feminine of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this -- 3.22
haec
demonstrative pronoun; accusative plural neuter of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this -- 2.220, 8.236
haec
demonstrative pronoun; nominative singular feminine of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this -- 3.227
haesissent
verb; 3rd person plural pluperfect subjunctive of <haereō, haerēre, haesī, haesūrum> stick -- 2.168
hanc
demonstrative pronoun; accusative singular feminine of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this -- 4.73
heriditate
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <heriditas, heriditatis> heredity, inheritance -- 3.191
hi
demonstrative pronoun; nominative plural masculine of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this -- 3.161, 4.16
hic
adverb; <hīc> here, now -- 10.126, 10.129
hiemis
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <hiems, hiemis> winter -- 6.147
his
demonstrative pronoun; ablative plural masculine of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this -- 8.247
his
demonstrative pronoun; ablative plural neuter of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this -- 3.119
hoc
demonstrative pronoun; ablative singular neuter of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this -- 5.111, 9.181
hoc
demonstrative pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this -- 8.26, 8.139, 8.158
hoc
demonstrative pronoun; nominative singular neuter of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this -- 10.132
hominem
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <homo, hominis> man, human -- 9.128
homines
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <homo, hominis> man, human -- 4.116, 4.176
homines
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <homo, hominis> man, human -- 8.45
hominum
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <homo, hominis> man, human -- 3.38, 5.217
honore
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <honos, honoris> honor, distinction -- 3.44, 3.165
honoribus
noun, masculine; ablative plural of <honos, honoris> honor, distinction -- 9.93
hos
demonstrative pronoun; accusative plural masculine of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this -- 3.101, 3.153
hospitio
noun, neuter; ablative singular of <hospitium, hospitii> hospitality -- 1.125
hostem
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <hostis, hostis> enemy -- 2.152
hostes
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <hostis, hostis> enemy -- 2.6
hostibus
noun, masculine; dative plural of <hostis, hostis> enemy -- 2.45
hostis
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <hostis, hostis> enemy -- 6.168
humiliores
adjective; accusative plural masculine comparative of <humilis, humilis, humile> low, small -- 5.276
hunc
demonstrative pronoun; accusative singular masculine of <hic, haec, hoc> there, this -- 2.223, 3.7
iam
adverb; <iam> already -- 2.184, 8.13, 10.141
ibi
adverb; <ibi> there, then -- 1.133, 3.241
icta
defective verb; nominative singular feminine of perfect participle passive of <īcere, īcī, ictum> strike -- 7.143
ictum
defective verb; 3rd person singular perfect passive indicative of <īcere, īcī, ictum> strike -- 1.106
id
demonstrative pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <is, ea, id> him, her, this -- 2.60
idem
demonstrative pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <idem, eadem, idem> the same -- 3.196
ignem
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <ignis, ignis> fire -- 6.221
ignis
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <ignis, ignis> fire -- 6.70
ignorantur
verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <īgnōrō, īgnōrāre, īgnōrāvi, īgnōrātum> ignore, be unknown -- 6.184
ignotum
adjective; nominative singular neuter of <ignotus, ignota, ignotum> unknown -- 6.287
illa
demonstrative pronoun; ablative singular feminine of <ille, illa, illud> he, she, that -- 9.47
illam
demonstrative pronoun; accusative singular feminine of <ille, illa, illud> he, she, that -- 8.144
illatas
verb; accusative plural feminine of perfect participle passive of <inferō, inferre, intulī, inlātum> introduce, produce -- 4.38
ille
demonstrative pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <ille, illa, illud> he, she, that -- 2.170, 10.20
illi
demonstrative pronoun; nominative plural masculine of <ille, illa, illud> he, she, that -- 3.134
illinunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <illinō, illere, illēvī, illitum> spread over -- 6.117
illius
demonstrative pronoun; genitive singular feminine of <ille, illa, illud> he, she, that -- 10.127
illo
demonstrative pronoun; ablative singular masculine of <ille, illa, illud> he, she, that -- 2.62
illos
demonstrative pronoun; accusative plural masculine of <ille, illa, illud> he, she, that -- 6.86
imitetur
deponent verb; 3rd person singular subjunctive present of <imitor, imitāre, imitātum> imitate, resemble -- 6.128
immemores
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <immemor, immemoris> heedless -- 2.114
immolant
verb; 3rd person plural present of <immolō, immolāre, immolāvī, immolātum> sacrifice, immolate -- 4.117
immolaturos
verb; accusative plural masculine of future participle of <immolō, immolāre, immolāvī, immolātum> sacrifice, immolate -- 4.120
impelli
verb; passive infinitive of <impellō, impellere, impulī, impulsum> drive, move -- 4.186
impendit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <impendō, impendere, impendī, impēnsum> expend, devote -- 9.32
imperitos
adjective; accusative plural masculine of <imperitus, imperita, imperitum> inexperienced -- 4.179
impertivit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <impertiō, impertīre, impertīvī, impertītus> devote -- 9.149
impetu
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <impetus, impetus> attack, charge -- 2.185
impetum
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <impetus, impetus> attack, charge -- 2.203
impuberes
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <impubes, impuberis> youthful, chaste -- 5.97
impulerit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <impellō, impellere, impulī, impulsum> drive, move -- 10.80
in
preposition; <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
inchoatus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <incohatus, incohata, incohatum> begun -- 9.211
incidit
verb; 3rd person singular present of <incidō, incidere, incidī,-> fall in, occur -- 4.23
incipiant
verb; 3rd person plural present subjunctive of <incipiō, incipere, incēpī, inceptum> begin -- 2.133
incolumis
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <incolumis, incolumis, incolume> unharmed -- 2.244
increpare
verb; present infinitive of <increpō, increpāre, increpuī, increpitum> scold, rebuke -- 2.100
inde
adverb; <inde> from that -- 1.104, 2.89, 7.195
indicante
verb; ablative singular masculine of present participle of <indicō, indicāre, indicāvī, indicātum> indicate -- 8.190
induperator
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <induperator, induperatoris> commander in chief, emperor -- 7.69
infans
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <infans, infantis> infant -- 8.8
infera
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <inferus, inferi> lower part -- 7.129
inferrent
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect subjunctive of <inferō, inferre, intulī, inlātum> introduce, produce -- 4.36
inferretque
verb; 3rd person singular subjunctive imperfect of <inferō, inferre, intulī, inlātum> introduce, produce + conjunction <-que> and -- 10.41
informi
adjective; ablative singular feminine of <informis, informis, informe> unshapely, hideous -- 6.101
ingenti
adjective; ablative singular masculine of <ingens, ingentis> great -- 2.173
iniuria
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <iniuria, injuriae> wrong, harsh treatment -- 3.85
iniurias
noun, feminine; accusative plural <iniuria, injuriae> wrong, harsh treatment -- 4.35
inquit
defective verb; 3rd person singular present indicative of <inquam> say -- 2.216
inscientia
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <inscientia, inscientiae> ignorance -- 6.73
insignem
adjective; accusative singular masculine of <insignis, insignis, insigne> distinguished -- 10.74
instructae
adjective; nominative plural feminine of <instructus, instructa, instructum> arranged, ready -- 1.6
insuper
adverb; <insuper> above, on top -- 6.143
intecti
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <intectus, intecta, intectum> uncovered -- 6.215
intellegere
verb; infinitive of <intellegō, intellegere, intellēxī, intellēctum> understand -- 9.57
intentione
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <intentio, intentionis> effort -- 9.161
inter
preposition; <inter> between, among -- 1.14, 1.107, 1.109, 3.24, 5.100, 6.16, 8.248
interdicunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <interdīcō, interdicere, interdīxi, interdictum> prohibit -- 3.219
interea
adverb; <interea> in the meantime -- 7.124
interpretantur
deponent verb; 3rd person plural present of <interpretor, interpretāri, interpretātus sum> interpret -- 3.144
intersunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <intersum, interesse, interfuī> lie between, concern -- 3.137
intra
preposition; <intra> within, during -- 5.126
ipsam
intensive pronoun; accusative singular feminine of <ipse, ipsa, ipsum> self -- 2.17
ipse
intensive pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <ipse, ipsa, ipsum> self -- 8.66
ipsi
intensive pronoun; nominative plural masculine of <ipse, ipsa, ipsum> self -- 4.34, 8.123
irae
noun, feminine; nominative plural of <ira, irae> anger -- 10.84
iram
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <ira, irae> anger -- 10.32
ita
adverb; <ita> thus -- 2.235, 4.59, 6.119, 8.206, 9.43
itaque
adverb; <itaque> and also -- 3.253
item
adverb; <item> also -- 9.122
iter
noun, neuter; accusative singular <iter, itineris> way -- 2.43
iudicaverunt
verb; 3rd person plural perfect of <iūdicō, iūdicāre, iūdicāvī, iūdicātum> decide -- 4.211
iunctas
adjective; accusative plural feminine of <iunctus, iuncta, iunctum> joined, united -- 6.18
iura
noun, neuter; nominative plural of <ius, iuris> right -- 3.105
iuvantur
verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <iuvō, iuvāre, iūvī, iūtum> assist, help -- 5.47
iuxta
preposition; <iuxta> near -- 6.218
jactatus
verb; nominative singular masculine of perfect passive participle of <jactō, jactāre, jactāvī, jactātum> throw -- 10.23
labor
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <labor, laboris> labor, effort -- 9.207
labores
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <labor, laboris> labor, effort -- 10.79
labori
noun, masculine; dative singular of <labor, laboris> labor, effort -- 5.84
laboris
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <labor, laboris> labor, effort -- 9.148
lacertos
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <lacertus, lacerti> upper arm -- 6.330
lacte
noun, neuter; ablative singular of <lac, lactis> milk -- 5.181
laeso
verb; perfect participle passive of <laedō, laedere, laesī, laesum> strike, offend -- 10.66
laeva
adjective; nominative singular feminine of <laevus, laeva, laevum> left -- 7.160
latos
adjective; accusative plural masculine of <latus, lata, latum> broad -- 5.271
laudem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <laus, laudis> praise -- 5.103
lecto
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <lectus, lecti> bed -- 9.183
legibus
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <lex, legis> law -- 4.144
liberales
adjective; accusative plural feminine of <liberalis, liberalis, liberale> liberal -- 9.84
libertatis
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <libertas, libertatis> liberty -- 2.113
lineis
adjective; dative plural masculine of <lineus, linea, lineum> flaxen -- 6.307
lingua
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <lingua, linguae> tongue, language -- 9.50
linguis
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <lingua, linguae> tongue, language -- 9.29
liniamenta
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <liniamentum, liniamenti> line, designs -- 6.126
litora
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <litus, litoris> shore -- 10.18
litteras
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <littera, litterae> letter -- 8.56
litteris
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <littera, litterae> letter -- 3.272, 3.283, 9.194
loca
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <locus, loci> place -- 6.115
locant
verb; 3rd person plural present of <locō, locāre, locāvī, locātus> place, arrange -- 6.46
loci
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <locus, loci> place -- 6.163
locis
noun, masculine; dative plural of <locus, loci> place -- 7.185, 8.211
loco
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <locus, loci> place -- 3.60, 5.224
locum
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <locus, loci> place -- 1.70, 3.8
locupletissimi
adjective; nominative plural masculine of superlative of <locuples, locupletis> rich in lands, wealthy -- 6.230
longe
adverb; <longe> by far -- 7.157, 10.102
loquens
deponent verb; nominative singular masculine of present participle of <loquor, loquī, locutus sum> speak -- 8.15
loqui
deponent verb; infinitive of <loquor, loquī, locutus sum> speak -- 4.227, 8.29
lux
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <lux, lucis> light -- 7.145
maculis
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <macula, maculae> spot -- 6.280
magis
adverb; <magis> more -- 10.120
magistratum
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <magistratus, magistratus> magistrate -- 4.160
magistratus
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <magistratus, magistratus> magistrate -- 4.202, 5.209
magna
adjective; ablative singular feminine of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large -- 5.162, 7.6
magni
adjective; genitive singular neuter of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large -- 7.112
magnis
adjective; ablative plural masculine of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large -- 9.91
magnitudine
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <magnitudo, magnitudinis> size -- 3.82
magnoque
adjective; ablative singular masculine of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large + conjunction <-que> and -- 3.160
magnum
adjective; accusative singular masculine of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large -- 3.240
magnus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large -- 3.154
maiores
adjective; nominative plural masculine of comparative of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large -- 8.44
maiorque
adjective; nominative singular feminine comparative of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large + conjunction <-que> and -- 5.176
mandare
verb; infinitive of <mando, mandāre, mandāvī, mandātum> commit -- 3.273
manicas
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <manicae, manicarum> long sleeves -- 6.324
manum
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <manus, manus> hand -- 9.193
mare
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <mare, maris> sea -- 6.288
materia
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <materia, materiae> material -- 6.97
matrimonium
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <matrimonium, matrimoni> marriage -- 1.145
maximam
adjective; accusative singular feminine superlative of <magnus, magna, magnum> great, large -- 5.99
me
pronoun; accusative singular of <ego> I -- 8.43
mei
pronoun; genitive singular neuter of <meus, mea, meum> my -- 8.86
melius
adverb; <melius> better -- 9.56
membrorum
noun, neuter; genitive plural of <membrum, membri> member -- 8.80, 8.185
memini
defective verb; 1st person singular perfect of <memini> remember -- 8.25
memora
verb; 2nd person singular imperative of <memorō, memorāre, memorāvī, memorātus> relate, tell -- 10.63
memorem
adjective; accusative singular feminine of <memor, memoris> mindful, remembering -- 10.29
memoria
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <memoria, memoriae> memory, remembrance -- 8.114
mente
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <mens, mentis> mind -- 8.67
meus
pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <meus, mea, meum> my -- 8.72
mihi
pronoun; dative singular of <ego> I -- 8.47, 8.70, 10.61
militaris
adjective; genitive singular feminine of <militaris, militaris, militare> military -- 5.73
militem
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <miles, militis> soldier -- 2.224
minaciter
adverb; <minaciter> threateningly -- 2.91
minus
adverb; <minus> less -- 2.171
mittere
verb; infinitive of <mittō, mittere, mīsī, missum> send, give -- 7.81
modi
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <modus, modi> kind -- 6.162
modum
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <modus, modi> kind -- 5.195
moenia
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <moenia, moenium> walls -- 10.51
molliunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <molliō, mollīre, mollīvī, mollītum> moderate, soften -- 6.164
monte
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <mons, montis> mountain -- 7.18
morbis
noun, masculine; ablative plural of <morbus, morbi> illness -- 4.107
morem
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <mos, moris> custom -- 6.50
moribus
noun, masculine; ablative plural of <mos, moris> custom -- 3.18
mortales
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <mortalis, mortalis, mortale> mortal -- 1.31
motibus
noun, masculine; ablative plural of <motus, motus> movement -- 8.81
motu
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <motus, motus> movement -- 8.163
movebant
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <moveō, movēre, mōvi, mōtus> move -- 8.135
mox
adverb; <mox> soon -- 7.91
multa
adjective; accusative plural neuter of <multus, multa, multum> many -- 10.33
multas
adjective; accusative plural feminine of <multus, multa, multum> many -- 5.244
multisque
adjective; dative plural neuter of <multus, multa, multum> many + conjunction <-que> and -- 2.241
multitudinem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <multitudo, multitudinis> multitude -- 1.54
multitudini
noun, feminine; dative singular of <multitudo, multitudinis> multitude -- 4.212
multo
adjective; ablative singular masculine of <multus, multa, multum> many -- 6.142
multum
adverb; <multum> greatly -- 5.6, 10.19
munimentum
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <munimentum, munimenti> defence -- 2.61
muris
noun, masculine; ablative plural of <murus, muri> wall -- 2.28
nam
conjunction; <nam> for -- 3.55, 3.173, 5.18
nascuntur
deponent verb; 3rd person plural present of <nāscor, nāscī, nātus sum> be produced, arise -- 5.311
natio
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <natio, nationis> nation -- 4.85
nationes
noun, feminine; nominative plural of <natio, nationis> nation -- 3.23
naturalibus
adjective; ablative plural neuter of <naturalis, naturalis, naturale> natural -- 8.168
ne
adverb; <ne> not -- 5.54, 6.82
ne
conjunction; <ne> so that not -- 5.254, 5.270, 5.286, 5.301, 6.13
nec
adverb; <nec> neither ... nor -- 6.297, 8.97, 8.102, 9.22
neglegenter
adverb; <neglegenter> carelessly -- 6.258
nemus
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <nemus, nemoris> grove -- 6.36
neque
adverb; <neque> neither ... nor -- 2.169, 3.267, 5.19, 5.26, 5.192
nervosque
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <nervus, nervi> muscle + conjunction <-que> and -- 5.116
neve
conjunction; <neve> and not, nor -- 4.162
ni
conjunction; <ni> if not, unless -- 2.47
nihil
noun; indeclinable <nihil> nothing -- 3.62
nisi
conjunction; <nisi> if not, unless -- 4.224, 6.303
nobilibus
adjective; dative plural masculine of <nobilis, nobilis, nobile> famous, noble -- 3.92
nobilitatem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <nobilitas, nobilitatis> renown -- 1.80
noctis
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <nox, noctis> night -- 7.130
nomine
noun, neuter; ablative singular of <nomen, nominis> name -- 1.184
non
adverb; <non> not -- 3.11, 3.216, 4.228, 5.174, 6.47, 6.233, 6.325, 8.5, 8.10, 8.40
nonnulli
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <nonnullus, nonulla, nonullum> some -- 3.255
nostrum
possessive pronoun; accusative singular masculine of <noster, nostra, nostrum> our -- 6.49
notitiam
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <notitia, notitiae> familiarity, carnal knowledge -- 5.131
notum
verb; nominative singular neuter of perfect participle passive of <nōscō, nōscere, nōvī, nōtum> be acquainted with, get to know -- 6.11
noverunt
verb; 3rd person plural perfect of <nōscō, nōscere, nōvī, nōtum> be acquainted with, get to know -- 4.77
nuda
adjective; ablative singular feminine of <nudus, nuda, nudum> bare, naked -- 5.165
nudae
adjective; nominative plural feminine of <nudus, nuda, nudum> bare, naked -- 6.327
nulla
adjective; nominative singular feminine of <nullus, nulla, nullum> no, none -- 5.146
nullas
adjective; accusative plural feminine of <nullus, nulla, nullum> no, none -- 6.5
nullo
adjective; ablative singular neuter of <nullus, nulla, nullum> no, none -- 3.66
nullus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <nullus, nulla, nullum> no, none -- 6.263
numero
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <numerus, numeri> class, number, repute -- 3.42, 5.37
numerum
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <numerus, numeri> class, number, repute -- 3.242
numerus
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <numerus, numeri> class, number, repute -- 3.156
numine
noun, neuter; ablative singular of <numen, numinis> authority -- 10.65
nunc
adverb; <nunc> now -- 2.96, 2.99
nutu
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <nutus, nutus> nod, expression -- 8.182
ob
preposition; <ob> because of -- 4.100, 10.31
obiecto
verb; ablative singular masculine of perfect participle passive of <obiciō, obicere, obiēcī, obiectum> oppose -- 2.31
obiecto
verb; ablative singular neuter of perfect participle passive of <obiciō, obicere, obiēcī, obiectum> oppose -- 2.165
obstinatus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <obstinatus, obstinata, obstinatum> obstinate -- 2.172
obtineret
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect subjunctive of <obtineō, obtinēre, obtenuī, obtentum> hold -- 2.175
occultant
3rd person plural present of <occultō, occultāre, occultāvī, occultātum> conceal -- 4.206
occultatio
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <occultatio, occultationis> secrecy -- 5.148
oculorum
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <oculus, oculi> eye -- 8.183
oculos
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <oculus, oculi> eye -- 2.92
olim
adverb; <olim> some day -- 10.161
omnes
adjective; accusative plural masculine of <omnis, omnis, omne> all -- 2.101
omnes
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <omnis, omnis, omne> all -- 4.40, 7.84
omni
adjective; ablative singular feminine of <omnis, omnis, omne> all -- 3.35
omnia
adjective used as substantive; accusative plural neuter of <omnis, omnis, omne> all -- 6.99
omnia
adjective; accusative plural neuter of <omnis, omnis, omne> all -- 8.101
omnia
adjective; nominative plural neuter of <omnis, omnis, omne> all -- 3.103
omnibus
adjective; ablative plural feminine of <omnis, omnis, omne> all -- 3.176, 10.121
omnibus
adjective; ablative plural neuter of <omnis, omnis, omne> all -- 8.105
omnibus
adjective; dative plural masculine of <omnis, omnis, omne> all -- 6.199, 7.64
omnis
adjective; nominative singular feminine of <omnis, omnis, omne> all -- 4.87, 5.66
omnium
adjective; genitive plural feminine of <omnis, omnis, omne> all -- 8.169
onerant
verb; 3rd person plural present of <onerō, onerāre, onerāvī, onerātum> load, burden -- 6.145
operam
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <opera, operae> work, service, attention -- 7.13, 9.31
operis
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <opus, operis> work -- 2.199
opes
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <ops, opis> assistance, wealth, resources -- 5.327
opibus
noun, feminine; dative plural of <ops, opis> assistance, wealth, resources -- 5.46
oppidum
noun, neuter; accusative singular <oppidum, oppidi> city -- 1.173
oppugnatum
verb; perfect participle passive of <oppūgnō, oppugnāre, oppugnāvī, oppugnātum> overthrow -- 2.116
opum
noun, feminine; genitive plural of <ops, opis> assistance, wealth, resources -- 10.105
ora
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <ora, orae> mouth, boundary, coast -- 7.108
orare
verb; infinitive of <ōrō, ōrāre, ōrāvī, ōrātum> speak -- 9.51
oras
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <ora, orae> mouth, boundary, coast -- 7.89
ordine
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <ordo, ordinis> order -- 8.51
ore
noun, neuter; ablative singular of <os, oris> mouth -- 8.234
oriatur
deponent verb; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <orior, orīrī, ortus sum> arise -- 5.303
oris
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <ora, orae> mouth, boundary, coast -- 10.12
ostendere
verb; infinitive of <ostendō, ostendere, ostendī, ostentum> show, point out -- 8.150
ostia
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <ostium, ostii> mouth, entrance -- 10.103
paci
noun, feminine; dative singular of <pax, pacis> peace -- 1.89
paene
adverb; <paene> almost -- 2.44, 3.57
parare
verb; present infinitive of <parō, parāre, parāvī, parātum> prepare, obtain -- 5.273
paratum
verb; accusative singular masculine of perfect participle passive of <parō, parāre, parāvī, parātum> prepare, obtain -- 1.90
pareretur
verb; 3rd person singular subjunctive imperfect passive of <pāreō, parēre, pāruī, -> comply -- 8.89
pars
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <pars, partis> part -- 5.177, 6.334
parte
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <pars, partis> part -- 5.164
partemque
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <pars, partis> part + conjunction <-que> and -- 6.320
parum
adverb; <parum> too little -- 9.205
parvis
adjective; ablative plural neuter of <parvus, parva, parvum> small -- 5.158
parvulis
adjective used as substantive; ablative plural masculine of <parvulus, parvula, parvulum> childhood -- 5.83
passus
deponent verb; nominative singular masculine of perfect participle passive of <patior, patī, passus sum> suffer, endure -- 10.37
pater
noun, masculine; vocative singular of <pater, patris> father -- 2.215
patet
verb; 3rd person singular present of <pateō, patēre, patuī, -> lie open, be exposed -- 6.336
pati
deponent verb; infinitive passive of <patior, patī, passus sum> suffer, endure -- 6.14
patres
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <pater, patris> father -- 10.48
patria
adjective; ablative singular feminine of <patrius, patria, patrium> paternal -- 9.49
patria
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <patria, patriae> fatherland -- 1.64
patrio
adjective; ablative singular masculine of <patrius, patria, patrium> paternal -- 9.23
paulatim
adverb; <paulatim> gradually -- 8.221
paulo
adverb; <paulo> little -- 8.54
pavore
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <pavor, pavoris> fear, dread -- 2.201
pectoris
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <pectus, pectoris> breast -- 6.335
pecuniae
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <pecunia, pecuniae> money -- 5.304
pelles
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <pellis, pellis> skin, hide -- 6.255
pellibus
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <pellis, pellis> skin, hide -- 5.156
pellibusque
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <pellis, pellis> skin, hide + conjunction <-que> and -- 6.281
penates
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <Penates, Penatium> household gods -- 1.136
pensabam
verb; 1st person singular imperfect of <pēnsō, pēnsāre, pēnsāvī, pēnsātus> weigh, ponder -- 8.113
per
preposition; <per> through, by -- 3.64, 4.225, 6.264, 8.235
percunctatum
deponent verb; 3rd person perfect passive indicative of <percūnctor, percunctārī, percunctātus sum> inquire -- 1.28
peregrinis
adjective; ablative plural feminine of <peregrinus, peregrini> foreign -- 9.28
perfecti
adjective; genitive singular neuter of <perfectus, perfecta, perfectum> complete -- 2.198
periculisque
noun, neuter; ablative plural of <periculum, periculi> danger + conjunction <-que> and -- 4.111
perluntur
verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <perluō, perluere, perluī, perlūtum> wash, bathe -- 5.154
permanent
verb; 3rd person plural present of <permaneō, permanēre, permansī, permansum> stay, continue -- 3.259
permanserunt
verb; 3rd person plural perfect of <permaneō, permanēre, permansī, permansum> stay, continue -- 5.98
perventum
verb; 3rd person singular perfect passive of <perveniō, pervenīre, pervēnī, perventum> arrive, reach -- 3.9
petendis
verbal adjective; ablative plural feminine of <petō, petere, petīvī, petītum> seek -- 8.194
pictis
adjective; ablative plural feminine of <pictus, picta, pictum> painted -- 7.93
picturam
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <pictura, picturae> painting -- 6.124
pietate
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <pietas, pietatis> piety -- 10.75
placuit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <placeō, placēre, placuī, placitum> please -- 6.37
plebem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <plebs, plebis> common people -- 5.322
plebes
noun, feminine; nominative plural of <plebs, plebis> common people -- 3.56
plerique
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <plerusque, pleraeque, pleraque> most, the majority -- 3.76
plurimos
adjective; accusative plural masculine of superlative of <multus, multa, multum> many -- 4.60
plurimum
adjective used as substantive; accusative singular neuter superlative of <multus, multa, multum> many -- 9.144
plurimum
adverb; <plurimum> very much, especially -- 9.89
plus
adjective used as substantive; accusative singular neuter of <plus> more -- 2.257
poena
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <poena, poenae> punishment, penalty -- 3.228
poenasque
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <poena, poenae> punishment, penalty + conjunction <-que> and -- 3.199
pons
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <pons, pontis> bridge -- 2.41
pontem
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <pons, pontis> bridge -- 2.174
pontis
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <pons, pontis> bridge -- 2.80, 2.193
populatur
deponent verb; 3rd person singular present passive of <populor, populāri, populatus sum> devastate, plunder -- 6.171
populis
noun, masculine; ablative plural of <populus, populi> people -- 6.7
populus
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <populus, populi> people -- 3.213, 7.106
posita
verb; accusative plural neuter of perfect participle passive of <pōnō, ponere, posuī, positum> place, situate -- 8.213
positus
verb; nominative singular masculine of perfect participle passive of <pōnō, ponere, posuī, positum> place, situate -- 2.76
possessionibus
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <possessio, possessionis> possession -- 5.277
post
adverb; <post> after -- 5.231, 8.31, 8.55
posteros
adjective used as substantive; accusative plural masculine of <posteri, posterae, postera> future generations -- 2.261
posthabita
verb; ablative singular feminine of perfect passive participle of <posthabeō, posthabēre, posthabuī, posthabitum> place after, esteem less -- 10.123
postquam
conjunction; <postquam> after -- 1.52
potentiamque
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <potentia, potentiae> power + conjunction <-que> and -- 4.76
potentioresque
adjective used as substantive; nominative plural masculine comparative of <potens, potentis> powerful + conjunction <-que> and -- 5.275
potentiorum
adjective used as substantive; genitive plural masculine of comparative of <potens, potentis> powerful -- 3.86
potentissimis
adjective; dative plural masculine superlative of <potens, potentis> powerful -- 5.329
poterat
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <possum, posse, potuī> be able -- 9.60
poteratque
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <possum, posse, potuī> be able + conjunction <-que> and -- 9.10
praebentes
verb; nominative plural masculine present participle of <praebeō, praebēre, praebuī, praebitus> offer, provide -- 8.46
praeceptorem
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <praeceptor, praeceptoris> teacher -- 9.132
praecipue
adverb; <praecipue> chiefly -- 9.140
praemia
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <praemium, praemii> reward -- 3.198
praepes
adjective; nominative singular feminine of <praepes, praepetis> of good omen, favorable -- 7.159
praepetibus
adjective; dative plural masculine of <praepes, praepetis> of good omen, favorable -- 7.182
praeposterus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <praeposterus, praepostera, praeposterum> unseasonable -- 9.208
praesidiis
noun, neuter; dative plural of <praesidium, praesidii> guard -- 2.19
praesint
verb; 3rd person plural present subjunctive of <praesum, praesse, praefuī> have charge of, preside over -- 5.25
precor
deponent verb; 1st person singular present indicative of <precor, precārī, precātus sum> pray -- 2.219
premuntur
verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <premō, pemere, pressī, pressum> press, oppress -- 3.87
primores
adjective used as substantive; accusative plural masculine of <primoris, primoris, primore> chieftain, leader -- 1.15
primus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <primus, prima, primum> first -- 10.10
principes
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <princeps, principis> chief -- 5.211
priusquam
adverb; <priusquam> before -- 1.9
privata
adjective; accusative plural neuter of <privatus, privata, privatum> private, individual -- 3.141
privatisque
adjective; ablative plural feminine of <privatus, privata, privatum> private, individual + conjunction <-que> and -- 3.179, 3.280
privatus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <privatus, privata, privatum> private, individual -- 3.211
pro
preposition; <pro> for, before -- 2.8, 4.114
proceres
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <procer, proceris> nobleman -- 2.94
processisse
verb; perfect infinitive of <prōcēdō, procedere, processī, processum> advance -- 1.12
procurant
verb; 3rd person plural present of <prōcūrō, prōcūrāre, prōcūrāvi, prōcūrātum> take care of -- 3.142
produnt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <prōdō, prodere, prodīdī, proditum> put forth, make known -- 4.213
proeliis
noun, neuter; ablative plural of <proelium, proelii> battle -- 4.110
proelium
noun, neuter; accusative singular <proelium, proelii> battle -- 2.132
profecti
deponent verb; nominative plural masculine of perfect participle passive of <proficīscor, proficiscī, profectus sum> set out -- 1.37
profugos
adjective; accusative plural masculine of <profugus, profuga, profugum> fugitive -- 1.66
profugus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <profugus, profuga, profugum> fugitive -- 10.15
progeniem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <progenies, -> offspring, race -- 10.152
promiscue
adverb; <promiscue> promiscuous -- 5.151
pronuntiare
verb; infinitive of <pronuntiō, pronuntiāre, pronuntiāvī, pronuntiātum> pronounce -- 9.59
propitio
adjective; ablative singular neuter of <propitius, propitia, propitium> propitious -- 2.225
proponere
verb; infinitive of <prōpōnō, proponere, proposuī, propositum> point out, set forth -- 3.26
proprios
adjective; accusative plural masculine of <proprius, propria, proprium> proper, own -- 5.200
propritim
adverb; <propritim> as one's own -- 7.200
propulsarent
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect subjunctive of <prōpulsō, propulsāre, propulsātus, -> ward off, repulse -- 4.39
provocare
verb; present infinitive of <prōvocō, provocāre, provocāvī, provocātum> challenge -- 2.98
proxima
adjective; nominative singular feminine superlative of <prope> near -- 6.333
proximi
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <proximus, proxima, proximum> next to -- 6.256
publica
adjective; ablative singular feminine of <publicus, publica, publicum> public -- 4.151, 4.223
publica
adjective; accusative plural neuter of <publicus, publica, publicum> public -- 3.139
publicam
adjective; accusative singular feminine of <publicus, publica, publicum> public -- 4.140
publicis
adjective; ablative plural feminine of <publicus, publica, publicum> public -- 3.178, 3.279
publico
adjective; ablative singular neuter of <publicus, publica, publicum> public -- 1.139
pudor
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <pudor, pudoris> shame -- 2.142
puer
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <puer, pueri> boy -- 8.14
pulcher
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum> beautiful, excellent -- 7.37
pulcherruma
adjective; nominative singular feminine superlative of <pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum> beautiful, excellent -- 7.158
pulchrisque
adjective; dative plural masculine of <pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum> beautiful, excellent + conjunction <-que> and -- 7.184
pura
adjective; ablative singular feminine of <purus, pura, purum> pure -- 6.120
purpura
ablative singular feminine of <purpura, purpurae> purple, purple cloth -- 6.311
putant
verb; 3rd person plural present of <putō, putāre, putāvī, putātum> think -- 5.118
qua
indefinite pronoun; ablative singular feminine of <quis, quis, quid> someone, anything -- 10.138
qua
indefinite pronoun; nominative singular feminine of <qui, qua(e), quod> some, any -- 5.302
qua
relative pronoun; ablative singular feminine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 5.306
quae
relative pronoun; accusative plural neuter of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 4.203, 8.99
quae
relative pronoun; nominative plural feminine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 4.135
quae
relative pronoun; nominative plural neuter of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 2.162, 3.106, 8.178
quae
relative pronoun; nominative singular feminine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 3.61, 10.162
quaedam
indefinite pronoun; nominative plural neuter of <quidam, quaedam, quoddam> a certain, some -- 6.114
quaeque
relative pronoun; accusative plural neuter of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that + conjunction <-que> and -- 4.207
quaerenda
verbal adjective; nominative plural neuter of <quaerō, quaerere, quaesīvī, quaesītum> look for, search -- 6.189
quaerentes
verb; nominative plural masculine of present participle of <quaerō, quaerere, quaesīvī, quaesītum> look for, search -- 1.40
quaerere
verb; infinitive of <quaerō, quaerere, quaesīvī, quaesītum> look for, search -- 1.71
quaerit
verb; 3rd person singular present of <quaerō, quaerere, quaesīvī, quaesītum> look for, search -- 7.40
quam
adverb used as conjunction; <quam> than -- 2.262, 6.300, 9.58
quam
relative pronoun; accusative singular feminine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 7.90, 10.116
quando
adverb; <quando> ever, at some time -- 6.167
quantum
adverb; <quantum> as much -- 5.221
quarum
relative pronoun; genitive plural feminine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 8.217
quas
relative pronoun; accusative plural feminine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 6.283
quattuor
number; <quattuor> four -- 7.178
quem
relative pronoun; accusative singular masculine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 8.68, 9.135
qui
indefinite pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <qui, qua(e), quod> some, any -- 3.209
qui
interrogative pronoun; nominative plural masculine of <quis, quis, quid> who, what -- 1.30
qui
relative pronoun; nominative plural masculine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 3.39, 4.103, 5.22, 5.95, 5.218
qui
relative pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 2.75, 8.9, 10.9
quia
conjunction; <quia> because -- 6.158
quibus
relative pronoun; ablative plural neuter of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 8.103
quibus
relative pronoun; dative plural feminine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 9.41
quibus
relative pronoun; dative plural masculine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 6.262
quicquid
indefinite pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <quisquis, quaeque, quicquid> whoever, whatever -- 9.11
quid
indefinite pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <quis, quis, quid> someone, anything -- 4.148
quid
indefinite pronoun; nominative singular neuter of <quis, quis, quid> someone, anything -- 3.183
quidem
adverb; <quidem> in fact, even -- 5.56, 6.15, 6.84, 9.69
quidve
interrogative pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <quis, quis, quid> who, what + conjunction <-ve> or -- 1.39, 10.67
quique
relative pronoun; nominative plural masculine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that + conjunction <-que> and -- 4.108
quis
indefinite pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <quis, quis, quid> someone, anything -- 4.147
quisquam
indefinite pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <quisquis, quaeque, quicquid> whoever, whatever -- 5.193
quisque
indefinite pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <quisque, quaeque, quodque> everyone -- 2.10, 4.54, 5.326, 6.63
quo
adverb; <quo> what -- 1.35
quo
indefinite pronoun; ablative singular masculine of <quis, quis, quid> someone, anything -- 4.164
quo
interrogative pronoun; ablative singular masculine of <qui, quae, quod> which, what -- 5.223
quo
interrogative pronoun; ablative singular neuter of <qui, quae, quod> which, what -- 10.64
quo
interrogative pronoun; ablative singular neuter of <quis, quis, quid> who, what -- 3.20
quod
conjunction; <quod> that, because -- 4.174, 5.149, 6.304, 8.145
quod
relative pronoun; nominative singular neuter of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 4.24, 6.188
quom
conjunction; <quom> when -- 7.80
quoniam
conjunction; <quoniam> since -- 3.5
quoque
adverb; <quoque> also -- 10.34
quorum
relative pronoun; genitive plural masculine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 5.44
quos
relative pronoun; accusative plural masculine of <qui, quae, quod> who, which, what, that -- 5.41, 8.249
quotannis
adverb; <quotannis> yearly -- 4.29
radiis
noun, masculine; ablative plural of <radius, radii> rod, beam -- 7.141
rationibus
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <ratio, rationis> account, affair -- 3.281
re
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <res, rei> thing, matter -- 4.150, 4.222, 5.308
rebus
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <res, rei> thing, matter -- 3.278, 4.190, 5.136, 7.110, 8.198
rebus
noun, feminine; dative plural of <res, rei> thing, matter -- 3.135, 5.23
receptaculum
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <receptaculum, receptaculi> receptacle, storage place -- 6.149
recessit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <recēdō, rēcedere, rēcessī, rēcessum> retire, withdraw -- 7.127
regina
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <regina, reginae> queen -- 10.69
regni
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <regnum, regni> kingship, supreme power -- 7.11, 7.116, 7.202
regnum
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <regnum, regni> kingship, supreme power -- 10.133
regum
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <rex, regis> king -- 2.110
rei
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <res, rei> thing, matter -- 5.72, 5.145, 5.243
reiciendis
verb; ablative plural feminine of present participle of <rēiciō, rēicere, rējēcī, rējectum> push back, reject -- 8.196
religiones
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <religio, religionis> religious practice -- 3.143
religionibus
noun, feminine; dative plural of <religio, religionis> religious practice -- 4.91
reliquis
adjective; ablative plural feminine of <reliquus, reliqua, reliquum> remaining, rest -- 3.276
reliquos
adjective used as substantive; accusative plural masculine of <reliquus, reliqua, reliquum> remaining, rest -- 5.53
rem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <res, rei> thing, matter -- 2.255, 4.139, 8.125, 8.143
remedium
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <remedium, remedii> remedy, assistance -- 6.71
renonum
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <reno, renonis> deer-skin -- 5.159
rerum
noun, feminine; genitive plural of <res, rei> thing, matter -- 8.218
res
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <res, rei> thing, matter -- 1.155
reste
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <restis, restis> undergarment -- 6.231
rethoricae
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <rhetorica, rhetoricae> rhetoric -- 9.137
rigorem
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <rigor, rigoris> rigor -- 6.159
rimabatur
deponent verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <rimor, rimāri, rimātus sum> search, explore -- 9.166
ripae
noun, feminine; dative singular of <ripa, ripae> river-bank -- 6.257
rumore
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <rumor, rumoris> murmur, rumor -- 4.154
rumoribus
noun, masculine; ablative plural of <rumor, rumoris> murmur, rumor -- 4.181
rupti
verb; genitive singular masculine of perfect participle passive of <rumpō, rumpere, rūpī, ruptus> break -- 2.192
sacrificia
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <sacrificium, sacrifici> sacrifice -- 3.138, 4.125
sacrificiis
noun, neuter; ablative plural of <sacrificium, sacrifici> sacrifice -- 3.218, 5.27
saepe
adverb; <saepe> often -- 4.175
saepiunt
verb; 3rd person plural present indicative of <saepiō, saepīre, saepsī, saeptum> surround -- 2.18
saepius
adverb; comparative of <saepe> often -- 6.306
saevae
adjective; genitive singular feminine of <saevus, saeva, saevum> fierce, cruel -- 10.28
sagaci
adjective; ablative singular feminine of <sagax, sagacis> keen, sagacious -- 9.162
sagum
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <sagum, sagi> rough mantle -- 6.200
salutationem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <salutatio, salutationis> saluting -- 1.111
sancta
adjective; nominative plural neuter of <sanctus, sancta, sanctum> holy -- 7.180
sancte
adjective; vocative singular masculine of <sanctus, sancta, sanctum> holy -- 2.218
sanctum
verb; accusative singular neuter of perfect participle passive of <sanciō, sancīre, sānxī, sānctum> enact -- 4.145
sanguine
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <sanguis, sanguinis> blood -- 10.157
sanxisse
verb; perfect infinitive of <sanciō, sancīre, sānxī, sānctum> enact -- 1.96
satis
adverb; <satis> adequately, sufficiently -- 6.10
scamna
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <scamnum, scamni> bench, seat -- 7.204
scribere
verb; infinitive of <scrībō, scribere, scrīpsī, scriptum> write -- 9.176
scuto
noun, neuter; ablative singular of <scutum, scuti> shield -- 2.167
se
reflexive pronoun; ablative of <sui> self -- 2.9
se
reflexive pronoun; accusative of <sui> self -- 3.65, 4.62, 4.119, 6.17, 7.28, 7.140
secundam
adjective; accusative singular feminine of <secundus, secunda, secundum> second, favorable -- 7.31
secundum
preposition; <secundum> following -- 8.129
sed
conjunction; <sed> but -- 3.117, 5.208, 6.239, 6.331, 8.12, 8.64, 9.204, 10.153
sede
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <sedes, sedis> seat, habitation -- 1.163
sedem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <sedes, sedis> seat, habitation -- 1.67
sedes
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <sedes, sedis> seat, habitation -- 6.19
senem
adjective; accusative singular masculine of <senex, senis> aged -- 9.107
sensa
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <sensa, sensorum> ideas -- 8.84
sententiis
noun, feminine; dative plural of <sententia, sententiae> sentence -- 8.210
sermone
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <sermo, sermonis> language -- 9.25
sero
adverb; <sero> too late -- 9.210
servat
verb; 3rd person singular present of <servō, servāre, servāvī, servātum> guard, keep, watch -- 7.34, 7.42
servitia
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <servitium, servitii> servitude -- 2.109
servitutem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <servitus, servitutis> servitude, slavery -- 3.90
servorum
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <servus, servi> slave -- 3.58
servos
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <servus, servi> slave -- 3.109
sese
reflexive pronoun; accusative of <sui> self -- 3.25, 3.88, 7.183
si
conjunction; <si> if -- 3.182, 3.186, 3.189, 3.208, 4.146, 6.166, 6.203, 10.137
sibi
reflexive pronoun; dative of <sui> self -- 7.196
sic
adverb; <sic> so, thus -- 2.236, 7.104, 8.245
sicut
adverb; <sicut> as, like -- 6.235, 8.53
siderum
noun, neuter; genitive plural of <sidus, sideris> constellation, heavenly body -- 9.163
signa
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <signum, signi> sign -- 8.253
signa
noun, neuter; nominative plural of <signum, signi> sign -- 1.10, 8.219
signis
noun, neuter; dative plural of <signum, signi> sign -- 8.233
signum
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <signum, signi> sign -- 7.82
simul
adverb; <simul> at the same time -- 2.190, 2.194, 7.14, 7.154, 7.163
sinant
verb; 3rd person plural present subjunctive of <sinō, sinere, sīvī> permit, allow -- 10.140
singulos
adjective; accusative plural masculine of <singulus, singula, singulum> single, individual -- 2.97, 5.214, 6.242
sit
auxiliary verb; 3rd person singular perfect subjunctive passive of <sum, esse, fuī> I am -- 7.114
sit
verb; 3rd person singular subjunctive present of <sum, esse, fuī> I am -- 9.52
sive
conjunction; <sive> or if, whether ... or -- 6.67, 6.72
sol
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <sol, solis> sun -- 7.125, 7.166
solebat
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <sōleō, solēre, solitum> be accustomed -- 4.31, 9.187
solent
verb; 3rd person plural present of <sōleō, solēre, solitum> be accustomed -- 6.136
solitus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <solitus, solita, solitum> accustomed -- 9.53
solos
adjective; accusative plural masculine of <solus, sola, solum> alone -- 5.39
solumque
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <solum, soli> foundation + conjunction <-que> and -- 7.205
solus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <solus, sola, solum> alone -- 7.32
sonabant
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect of <sonō, sonāre, sonuī, sonitus> pronounce -- 8.146
sonitu
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <sonitus, sonitus> sound -- 8.188
spargunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <spargō, spargere, sparsī, sparsum> strew, sprinkle -- 6.279
spatio
noun, neuter; dative singular of <spatium, spatii> space -- 6.65
speciem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <species, speciei> appearance -- 6.104
spectant
verb; 3rd person plural present of <spectō, spectāre, spectāvī, spectātum> look, gaze -- 7.86
specus
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <specus, specus> cave, pit -- 6.139
spem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <spes, spei> hope -- 1.158
spina
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <spina, spinae> thorn -- 6.205
splendente
verb; ablative singular feminine of present participle of <splendeo, splendere, -, -> shine, be bright -- 6.122
stabili
adjective; ablative singular feminine of <stabilis, stabilis, stabile> stable -- 1.161
stabilita
verb; accusative plural neuter of perfect participle passive of <stabiliō, stabilīre, stabilīvī, stabilītus> establish, confirm -- 7.203
statione
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <statio, stationis> station, guard -- 2.79
staturam
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <statura, staturae> stature, height -- 5.113
stetit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <stō, stāre, stēti, statum> stand, abide -- 3.217
stricta
adjective; ablative singular feminine of <strictus, stricta, strictum> drawn together, tight -- 6.240
studeant
verb; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <studeō, studēre, studuī> give attention, be devoted -- 5.274
student
verb; 3rd person plural present of <studeō, studēre, studuī> give attention, be devoted -- 5.28, 5.87, 5.175
studiis
noun, neuter; ablative plural of <studium, studii> application, study -- 5.71
studiisque
noun, neuter; ablative plural of <studium, studii> application, study + conjunction <-que> and -- 10.106
studiosissime
adverb; superlative of <studiosus, studiosa, studiosum> eager, studious -- 9.85
studium
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <studium, studii> application, study -- 5.258
suae
possessive pronoun; genitive singular feminine of <suus, sua, suum> own -- 2.112
suam
possessive pronoun; accusative singular feminine of <suus, sua, suum> own -- 4.138, 6.62
suas
possessive pronoun; accusative plural feminine of <suus, sua, suum> own -- 5.325
sub
preposition; <sub> under -- 9.184
subito
adjective; ablative singular masculine of <subitus, subita, subitum> sudden -- 2.202
sublato
verb; ablative singular masculine of perfect participle of <sufferō, sufferre, sustulī, sublātum> take up, lift -- 2.148
sublatus
verb; nominative singular masculine of perfect participle passive of <sufferō, sufferre, sustulī, sublātum> take up, lift -- 2.200
sublicius
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <sublicius, sublicia, sublicium> resting on piles -- 2.42
subterraneos
adjective; accusative plural masculine of <subterraneus, subterranei> underground -- 6.138
successit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <succēdō, succedere, successī, sucessum> enter, succeed -- 9.206
suffugium
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <suffugium, suffugii> refuge, shelter -- 6.146
suis
possessive pronoun; dative plural masculine of <suus, sua, suum> own -- 8.212
summis
adjective; ablative plural feminine of <summus, summa, summum> highest -- 4.189
sunt
auxiliary verb; 3rd person plural present of <sum, esse, fuī> I am -- 2.127
sunt
verb; 3rd person plural present of <sum, esse, fuī> I am -- 3.41, 3.46, 3.104, 3.162, 4.104, 4.205, 6.190
suos
possessive pronoun; accusative plural masculine of <suus, sua, suum> own -- 2.246, 5.101
superborum
adjective; genitive plural masculine of <superbus, superba, superbum> haughty -- 2.111
superincidentibus
verb; ablative plural neuter of present participle of <superincidō, superincindere> fall down -- 2.242
superioris
adjective; genitive singular masculine comparative of <superus, supera, superum> higher, gods -- 6.322
superum
adjective used as substantive; genitive masculine plural of <superus, supera, superum> higher, gods -- 10.27
sustinuit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <sustineō, sustinēre, sustinuī, sustentum> hold back -- 2.204
tabulasque
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <tabula, tabulae> tablet + conjunction <-que> and -- 9.177
tamen
conjunction; <tamen> nevertheless, but -- 9.141
tamquam
adverb; <tamquam> just as, as if -- 8.166
tandem
adverb; <tandem> finally -- 1.160
tantaene
adjective; nominative plural feminine of <tantus, tanta, tantum> such + interrogative adverb <-ne> ... -- 10.81
tantum
adverb; <tantum> only -- 9.24
te
pronoun; accusative singular masculine of <tu> you -- 2.217
tegimentis
noun, neuter; ablative plural of <tegumen, teguminis> clothing, covering -- 5.160
tegularum
noun, feminine; genitive plural of <tegula, tegulae> tile -- 6.88
tegumen
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <tegumen, teguminis> clothing, covering -- 6.198
tela
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <telum, teli> weapon, spear -- 2.153
telis
noun, neuter; ablative plural of <telum, teli> weapon, spear -- 2.243
temerarios
adjective; accusative plural masculine of <temerarius, temeraria, temerarium> rash, indiscreet -- 4.177
temporis
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <tempus, temporis> time -- 9.146
temptabat
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <temptō, temptāre, temptāvī, temptātum> attempt -- 9.174
tempus
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <tempus, temporis> time -- 9.191
tenditque
verb; 3rd person singular present of <tendō, tenere, tenuī, tentum> stretch, pursue + conjunction <-que> and -- 10.143
tenebam
verb; 1st person singular imperfect of <teneō, tenēre, tenuī, -> hold, control, understand -- 8.138
tenebat
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect of <teneō, tenēre, tenuī, -> hold, control, understand -- 7.109
tenuere
verb; 3rd person plural perfect of <teneō, tenēre, tenuī, -> hold, control, understand -- 10.96
ter
number; <ter> three -- 7.177
terra
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <terra, terrae> earth, land -- 6.118
terreri
verb; passive infinitive of <terreō, terrēre, terruī, territus> terrify, frighten -- 4.182
terris
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <terra, terrae> earth, land -- 10.22, 10.119
tot
adjective number; <tot> so much, so many -- 10.71, 10.77
totos
adjective; accusative plural masculine of <totus, tota, totum> entire -- 6.216
tranavit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <trānō, tranāre, tranāvī> swim across -- 2.247
transire
verb; present infinitive of <trānseō, transīre, transīvī, transitum> go over -- 5.233
tributorum
noun, neuter; genitive plural of <tributum, tributi> specific payment, tribute -- 3.83
truces
adjective; accusative plural masculine of <trux, trucis> fierce -- 2.90
tum
adverb; <tum> then -- 2.212, 7.9, 10.142
turpissimis
adjective; ablative plural feminine superlative of <turpis, turpis, turpe> shameful, disgraceful -- 5.134
tuta
adjective; nominative plural neuter of <tutus, tuta, tutum> safe -- 2.33
ulteriores
adjective used as substantive; nominative plural masculine of <ulterior, ulterioris> farther, remote -- 6.259
una
adverb; <una> at the same place, together -- 5.219
unam
adjective; accusative singular feminine of <unus, una, unum> one, alone -- 4.74, 10.122
unde
adverb; <unde> from whence -- 1.33, 8.28, 10.45
undecumque
adverb; <undecumque> from every side -- 9.130
undique
adverb; <undique> from every quarter -- 2.149
unum
adjective; accusative singular masculine of <unus, una, unum> one, alone -- 2.151
unus
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <unus, una, unum> one, alone -- 2.48
urbem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <urbs, urbis> city -- 2.12, 2.16, 7.53, 10.40
urbes
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <urbs, urbis> city -- 6.8
urbi
noun, feminine; dative singular of <urbs, urbis> city -- 1.69
urbis
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <urbs, urbis> city -- 2.65
urbs
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <urbs, urbis> city -- 10.92
usu
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <usus, usus> use, practice -- 4.210
usus
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <usus, usus> use, practice -- 4.19, 6.89
ut
adverb; <ut> as, where -- 4.53, 6.31, 6.33, 6.35, 6.261
ut
conjunction; <ut> that, so that -- 2.131, 5.319, 6.123, 8.87, 9.45, 9.72, 9.188
utantur
deponent verb; 3rd person plural present of <ūtor, ūtī, ūsus sum> use -- 3.284
uter
pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <uter, utra, utrum> which of two -- 7.67
uti
conjunction; <uti> that, so that -- 4.32, 4.158
utique
adverb; <utique> certainly -- 1.156
utri
pronoun; dative singular masculine of <uter, utra, utrum> which of two -- 7.111
utuntur
deponent verb; 3rd person plural present of <ūtor, ūtī, ūsus sum> use -- 4.127, 5.161, 6.100
uxoris
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <uxor, uxoris> wife -- 1.185
vacuum
adjective; nominative singular neuter of <vacuus, vacua, vacuum> empty, free -- 9.190
valerem
verb; 1st person singular imperfect subjunctive of <valeō, valēre, valuī, -> be able -- 8.98
variant
verb, 3rd person plural present of <variō, variāre, variāvī, variātum> variegate -- 6.312
variis
adjective; ablative plural feminine of <varius, varia, varium> various -- 8.77, 8.209
variis
adjective; ablative plural masculine of <varius, varia, varium> various -- 8.79
vel
conjunction; <vel> either - or -- 1.86, 1.88
velamina
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <velamen, velaminis> cover, clothing -- 6.278
velantur
verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <vēlō, velāre, velāvī, velātum> cover -- 6.309
velle
verb; infinitive of <volō, velle, voluī> wish, determine -- 8.161
vellem
verb; 1st person singular imperfect subjunctive of <volō, velle, voluī> wish, determine -- 8.83
vellent
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect subjunctive of <volō, velle, voluī> wish, determine -- 8.149
vellet
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect subjunctive of <volō, velle, voluī> wish, determine -- 9.12
veluti
adverb; <veluti> as, like -- 7.78
venationibus
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <venatio, venationis> hunting -- 5.68
veneratus
deponent verb; perfect participle passive of <veneror, venerārī, venerātus sum> honor, venerate -- 9.90
venere
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <venus, veneris> grace, esteem -- 4.56
venire
verb; present infinitive of <veniō, venīre, vēnī, ventum> come -- 2.117
venit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <veniō, venīre, vēnī, ventum> come -- 10.17
verba
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <verbum, verbi> word -- 8.48, 8.207
verbis
noun, neuter; ablative plural of <verbum, verbi> word -- 8.167
vero
adverb; <vero> truly, but -- 5.128, 9.55
versantur
verb; 3rd person plural present passive of <versō, versāre, versāvī, versātum> turn often; pass. be involved -- 4.43, 4.112
versuum
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <versus, versus> verse -- 3.243
verteret
verb; 3rd person singular imperfect subjunctive of <vertō, vertere, vertī, versum> turn, overturn -- 10.163
vestitus
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <vestitus, vestitus> clothing -- 6.321
vi
noun, feminine; ablative singular of <vis, vis> power, strength -- 10.26
vicenos
adjective; accusative plural masculine of <vicenus, viceni> twenty -- 3.256
vicesimum
adjective; accusative singular masculine of <vicesimus, vicesima, vicesimum> twentieth -- 5.129
vicos
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <vicus, vici> village -- 6.45
victimis
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <victima, victimae> sacrifice -- 4.115
victoria
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <victoria, victoriae> victory -- 7.113
victus
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <victus, victus> sustenance, food -- 5.179
videat
verb; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum> see -- 5.331
videbam
verb; 1st person singular imperfect of <videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum> see -- 8.136
videbantur
verb; 3rd person imperfect passive of <videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum> see -- 2.32
videtur
verb; 3rd person singular present passive of <videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum> see -- 3.14
vir
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <vir, viri> man -- 2.49
vires
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <vis, vis> power, strength -- 5.115
virique
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <vir, viri> man + conjunction <-que> and -- 1.83
viris
noun, masculine; dative plural of <vir, viri> man -- 6.301, 7.66
virum
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <vir, viri> man -- 2.188, 9.129, 10.76
virumque
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <vir, viri> man + conjunction <-que> and -- 10.6
visa
verb; accusative plural neuter of participle perfect passive of <videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum> see -- 4.204
visum
verb; 3rd person singular perfect passive of <videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsum> see -- 5.225
vita
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <vita, vitae> life -- 5.65
vitandos
verb; verbal adjective of <vitō, vitāre, vitāvī, vitātus> avoid, evade -- 5.292
vocarent
verb; 3rd person plural imperfect subjunctive of <vocō, vocāre, vocāvī, vocātum> call -- 7.56
vocari
verb; passive infinitive of <vocō, vocāre, vocāvī, vocātum> call -- 8.142
vocem
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <vox, vocis> voice -- 8.131
vocibus
noun, feminine; ablative plural of <vox, vocis> voice -- 8.76
vocis
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <vox, vocis> voice -- 8.189
volavit
verb; 3rd person singular perfect of <volō, volāre, volāvī, volātum> fly -- 7.161
volebam
verb; 1st person singular imperfect of <volō, velle, voluī> wish, determine -- 8.100, 8.104
volt
verb; 3rd person singular present of <volō, velle, voluī> wish, determine -- 7.83
voluntati
noun, feminine; dative singular of <voluntas, voluntatis> will, desire -- 8.88
voluntatum
noun, feminine; genitive plural of <voluntas, voluntatis> will, desire -- 8.251
volvere
verb; infinitive of <volvō, volvere, volvī, volūtum> pass through, undergo -- 10.72
vovent
verb; 3rd person plural present of <voveo, vovēre, vōvī, vōtum> vow -- 4.121
vultu
noun, masculine; ablative singular of <vultus, vultus> expression, face -- 8.180