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Vocabulary List

GCSE Latin
OCR GCSE in Latin: J281
Unit A402 Higher Tier

This Vocabulary List accompanies the OCR GCSE Latin specification for teaching from
September 2009.

OCR 2008

Unit A402 word list HT

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OCR 2008

OCR GCSE Latin J281/J081 - Vocabulary List (Unit A402) Higher Tier
This vocabulary list is required for Latin GCSE Unit A402. The list for Foundation Tier comprises 350 words (marked FT). Higher Tier
candidates will be expected to know these 350 words and a further 125 words (marked HT in this list). The list for Foundation Tier includes
all the words from the Unit 401 Foundation Tier list, and the list for Higher Tier inlcudes all the words from the Unit 401 Higher Tier list.
In addition to the words printed in the list, candidates will be expected to be familiar with the following forms:

all regular adverbs formed from the listed adjectives;


comparative and superlative forms of all listed adjectives and corresponding adverbs;
cardinal numbers 1 to 10, 100, 1000;
compound verbs which are formed by using the prefixes printed in the list (e.g. remitto, I send back).

All other words in a passage will be glossed. When a listed word appears in a passage with a meaning that is not listed, it will be glossed

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a, ab
absum
ac, atque
accido
accipio
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adeo
adsum
advenio
aedifico
ager
ago
alii alii
alius
alter
altus
ambulo
amicus
amo
amor
ancilla
animus
annus
ante
antea
appareo
appropinquo
apud
aqua
arma
ars
ascendo
audax
audeo
audio
aufero
autem
auxilium
bellum
bellum gero
bene
benignus
bibo
bonus
brevis
cado
caelum
canis
capio
captivus
caput

+ ablative (also used as prefix with verbs)


abesse, afui
indeclinable
accidere, accidi
accipere, accepi, acceptus
+ accusative (also used as prefix with
verbs)
indeclinable
adesse, adfui
advenire, adveni
aedificare, aedificavi, aedificatus
agri, m
agere, egi, actus

preposition
verb irregular
conjunction
verb 3
verb 3
preposition

from, away from, by


am absent, am away, am distant from
and
happen
accept, take in, receive
to, towards, at

adverb
verb irregular
verb 4
verb 1
noun 2
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alia, aliud
altera, alterum
alta, altum
ambulare, ambulavi
amici, m
amare, amavi, amatus
amoris, m
ancillae, f
animi, m
anni, m
+ accusative
indeclinable
apparere, apparui
appropinquare, appropinquavi + dative
+ accusative
aquae, f
armorum, n plural
artis, f
ascendere, ascendi, ascensus
audacis
audere, ausus sum
audire, audivi, auditus
auferre, abstuli, ablatus
indeclinable
auxilii, n
belli, n
gerere, gessi, gestus
indeclinable
benigna, benignum
bibere, bibi
bona, bonum
breve
cadere, cecidi, casus
caeli, n
canis, m and f
capere, cepi, captus
captivi, m
capitis, n

pronoun/adjective
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adjective
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noun 3
noun 1
noun 2
noun 2
preposition
adverb
verb 2
verb 1
preposition
noun 1
noun 2 plural
noun 3
verb 3
adjective
verb 2
verb 4
verb irregular
conjunction
noun 2
noun 2
verb 3
adverb
adjective
verb 3
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verb 3
noun 2
noun 3
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noun 2
noun 3

so much, so greatly
be here, be present
arrive
build
field
do, act, drive
some others
other, another, else
the other, another, the second of two
high, deep
walk
friend
love, like
love
slave-girl, slave-woman
spirit, soul, mind
year
before, in front of
before
appear
approach, come near to
among, with, at the house of
water
arms, weapons
art, skill
climb
bold, daring
dare
hear, listen to
take away, carry off, steal
but, however
help
war
wage war
well
kind
drink
good
short, brief
fall
sky, heaven
dog
take, catch, capture
captive, prisoner
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castra
celer
celo
cena
ceteri
cibus
circum
civis
clamo
clamor
clarus
coepi
cogito
cognosco
cogo
comes
conficio
conor
consilium
conspicio
constituo
consul
consumo
contra
convenio
copiae
corpus
cras
credo
crudelis
cum
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cupio
cur?
cura
curro
custodio
custos
de
dea
debeo
defendo
deinde
deleo
descendo
deus
dico
dies
difficilis
diligens
dirus
discedo
diu
do
doceo
domina
dominus
domus
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dormio
duco
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castrorum, n plural
celeris, celere
celare, celavi, celatus
cenae, f
ceterae, cetera
cibi, m
+ accusative
civis, m and f
clamare, clamavi, clamatus
clamoris, m
clara, clarum
coepisse
cogitare, cogitavi, cogitatus
cognoscere, cognovi, cognitus
cogere, coegi, coactus
comitis, m and f
conficere, confeci, confectus
conari, conatus sum
consilii, n
conspicere, conspexi, conspectus
constituere, constitui, constitutus
consulis, m
consumere, consumpsi, consumptus
+ accusative
convenire, conveni
copiarum, f plural
corporis, n
indeclinable
credere, credidi, creditus + dative
crudele
+ ablative
indeclinable
cupere, cupivi, cupitus
indeclinable
curae, f
currere, cucurri, cursus
custodire, custodivi, custoditus
custodis, m and f
+ ablative
deae, f
debere, debui, debitus
defendere, defendi, defensus
indeclinable
delere, delevi, deletus
descendere, descendi, descensus
dei, m
dicere, dixi, dictus
diei, m
difficile
diligentis
dira, dirum
discedere, discessi
indeclinable
dare, dedi, datus
docere, docui, doctus
dominae, f
domini, m
domus, f (domi = at home)
doni, n
dormire, dormivi
ducere, duxi, ductus
indeclinable
ducis, m
+ ablative (also used as prefix with verbs)
indeclinable
effugere, effugi
mei
egredi, egressus sum
emere, emi, emptus
indeclinable
ire, i(v)i
epistulae, f
equi, m

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adjective
noun 2
preposition
noun 3
verb 1
noun 3
adjective
verb irregular
verb 1
verb 3
verb 3
noun 3
verb 3
verb 1 deponent
noun 2
verb 3
verb 3
noun 3
verb 3
preposition
verb 4
noun 1 plural
noun 3
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verb 3
adjective
preposition
conjunction
verb 3
adverb
noun 1
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verb 4
noun 3
preposition
noun 1
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verb 2
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noun 2
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noun 5
adjective
adjective
adjective
verb 3
adverb
verb 1
verb 2
noun 1
noun 2
noun 4
noun 2
verb 4
verb 3
conjunction
noun 3
preposition
adverb
verb 3
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conjunction
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camp
quick, fast
hide
dinner, meal
the rest, the others
food
around
citizen
shout
shout, shouting, noise
famous, clear
begin
think, consider
get to know, find out
force, compel
comrade, companion
finish, wear out
try
plan, idea, advice
catch sight of, notice
decide
consul
eat
against
come together, gather, meet
forces, troops
body
tomorrow
believe, trust
cruel
with
when, since
want, desire
why?
care, worry
run
guard
guard
from, down from, about
goddess
owe, ought, should, must
defend
then
destroy
go down, come down
god
say
day
difficult
careful
dreadful
depart, leave
for a long time
give
teach
mistress
master
home
gift, present
sleep
lead, take
while, until
leader
from, out of, out
look!
escape
I, me
go out
buy
for
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letter
horse

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et ... et
etiam
exercitus
exspecto
facilis
facio
faveo
felix
femina
fero
ferox
festino
fidelis
filia
filius
flumen
forte
fortis
forum
frater
frustra
fugio
gaudeo
gaudium
gens
gladius
gravis
habeo
habito
heri
hic
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hodie
homo
hora
hortor
hortus
hostis
iaceo
iacio
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ianua
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imperator
imperium
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ingens
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indeclinable

conjunction

indeclinable
exercitus, m
exspectare, exspectavi, exspectatus
facile
facere, feci, factus
favere, favi, fautus + dative
felicis
feminae, f
ferre, tuli, latus
ferocis
festinare, festinavi
fidele
filiae, f
filii, m
fluminis, n
indeclinable
forte
fori, n
fratris, m
indeclinable
fugere, fugi
gaudere, gavisus sum
gaudii, n
gentis, f
gladii, m
grave
habere, habui, habitus
habitare, habitavi, habitatus
indeclinable
haec, hoc
indeclinable
indeclinable
hominis, m
horae, f
hortari, hortatus sum
horti, m
hostis, m
iacere, iacui
iacere, ieci, iactus (in compounds -icio)
indeclinable
ianuae, f
indeclinable
eadem, idem
indeclinable
ilIa, illud
imperatoris, m
imperii, n
imperare, imperavi, imperatus + dative
+ ablative (also used as prefix with verbs)
+ accusative (also used as prefix with
verbs)
incendere, incendi, incensus
infelicis
ingentis
ingredi, ingressus sum
inimici, m

adverb
noun 4
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adjective
verb 3
verb 2
adjective
noun 1
verb irregular
adjective
verb 1
adjective
noun 1
noun 2
noun 3
adverb
adjective
noun 2
noun 3
adverb
verb 3
verb 2
noun 2
noun 3
noun 2
adjective
verb 2
verb 1
adverb
pronoun
adverb
adverb
noun 3
noun 1
verb 1 deponent
noun 2
noun 3
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verb 3
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noun 1
adverb
pronoun
adverb
pronoun
noun 3
noun 2
verb 1
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preposition

and
both ... and
also, even
army
wait for
easy
make, do
favour, support
fortunate, happy
woman
bring, carry, bear
fierce, ferocious
hurry
faithful, loyal
daughter
son
river
by chance
brave
forum, market place
brother
in vain
run away, flee
be pleased, rejoice
joy, pleasure
family, tribe, race, people
sword
heavy, serious
have
live
yesterday
this, he, she, it
here
today
man, human being
hour
encourage, urge
garden
enemy
lie
throw
now, already
door
there
the same
therefore, and so
that, he, she, it
emperor, general, leader
empire, power, command
order, command
in, on
into, onto

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adjective
adjective
verb 3 deponent
noun 2
verb irregular
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verb 3
preposition
adverb
verb 3
verb 1
verb 4
verb 1
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noun 1
adjective
pronoun
adverb
adverb

burn, set on fire


unlucky, unhappy
huge
enter
enemy
he/she says, he/she said
island, block of flats
understand, realise
among, between
meanwhile
kill
enter
find
invite
himself, herself, itself, themselves
anger
angry
this, that, he, she, it, them
in this way, to such an extent, so
and so, therefore

insulae, f
intellegere, intellexi, intellectus
+ accusative
indeclinable
interficere, interfeci, interfectus
intrare, intravi, intratus
invenire, inveni, inventus
invitare, invitavi, invitatus
ipsa, ipsum
irae, f
irata, iratum
ea, id
indeclinable
indeclinable

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iter
iterum
iubeo
iuvenis
labor
laboro
lacrimo
laetus
laudo
legio
lego
lentus
leo
libenter
liber
liberi
libero
libertus
locus
longus
loquor
lux
magis
magnopere
magnus
malo
malus
maneo
manus
mare
maritus
mater
maxime
medius
mercator
meus
miles
minime
miror
miser
mitto
modus
moneo
mons
morior
mors
moveo
mox
multo
multus
murus
nam
narro
nauta
navigo
navis
ne
-ne
nec, neque
neco
nemo
nescio
nihil
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itineris, n
indeclinable
iubere, iussi, iussus
iuvenis, m
laboris, m
laborare, laboravi
lacrimare, lacrimavi
laeta, laetum
laudare, laudavi, laudatus
legionis, f
legere, legi, lectus
lenta, lentum
leonis, m
indeclinable
libri, m
liberorum, m plural
liberare, liberavi, liberatus
liberti, m
loci, m
longa, longum
loqui, locutus sum
lucis, f
indeclinable
indeclinable
magna, magnum
malle, malui
mala, malum
manere, mansi
manus, f
maris, n
mariti, m
matris, f
indeclinable
media, medium
mercatoris, m
mea, meum
militis, m
indeclinable
mirari, miratus sum
misera, miserum
mittere, misi, missus
modi, m
monere, monui, monitus
montis, m
mori, mortuus sum
mortis, f
movere, movi, motus
indeclinable
indeclinable
multa, multum
muri, m
indeclinable
narrare, narravi, narratus
nautae, m
navigare, navigavi
navis, f
indeclinable + subjunctive
indeclinable
indeclinable
necare, necavi, necatus
neminis
nescire, nescivi
indeclinable
indeclinable
nolle, nolui
nominis, n
indeclinable
indeclinable
nonnullae, nonnulla
nostrum
nostra, nostrum
nova, novum
noctis, f

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noun 3
noun 3
verb 1
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adjective
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noun 3
verb 3
adjective
noun 3
adverb
noun 2
noun 2
verb 1
noun 2
noun 2
adjective
verb 3 deponent
noun 3
adverb
adverb
adjective
verb irregular
adjective
verb 2
noun 4
noun 3
noun 2
noun 3
adverb
adjective
noun 3
pronoun
noun 3
adverb
verb 1 deponent
adjective
verb 3
noun 2
verb 2
noun 3
verb 3 deponent
noun 3
verb 2
adverb
adverb
adjective
noun 2
conjunction
verb 1
noun 1
verb 1
noun 3
conjunction
particle
conjunction
verb 1
noun irregular
verb 4
noun irregular
conjunction
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noun 3
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journey
again
order
young man
work
work
weep, cry
happy
praise
legion
read, choose
slow
lion
willingly, gladly
book
children
set free
freedman, ex-slave
place
long
speak
light, daylight
more
greatly
big, large, great
prefer
evil, bad
remain, stay
hand, group of people
sea
husband
mother
very greatly
middle
merchant
my
soldier
very little, least, no
wonder at, admire
miserable, wretched, sad
send
manner, way, kind
warn, advise
mountain
die
death
move
soon
much
much, many
wall
for
tell, relate
sailor
sail
ship
that ... not, so that ... not, that, lest
(introduces question)
and not, nor, neither
kill
no one, nobody
not know
nothing
unless, except
not want, refuse
name
not
surely ... ?
some, several
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new
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num ... ?
numquam
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nuntio
nuntius
occido
offero
olim
omnis
opprimo
oppugno
oro
ostendo
paene
paro
pars
parvus
pater
patior
patria
pauci
pax
pecunia
pello
per
pereo
periculum
persuadeo
perterritus
pervenio
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peto
plenus
poena
poenas do
pono
porta
porto
portus
possum
post
postea
postquam
postridie
praemium
precor
primo
primus
princeps
pro
procedo
proelium
proficiscor
progredior
promitto
prope
propter
proximus
puella
puer
pugno
pulcher
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nulla, nullum
indeclinable
indeclinable
indeclinable
indeclinable
nuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatus
nuntii, m
occidere, occidi, occisus
offerre, obtuli, oblatus
indeclinable
omne
opprimere, oppressi, oppressus
oppugnare, oppugnavi, oppugnatus
orare, oravi, oratus
ostendere, ostendi, ostentus
indeclinable
parare, paravi, paratus
partis, f
parva, parvum
patris, m
pati, passus sum
patriae, f
paucae, pauca
pacis, f
pecuniae, f
pellere, pepuli, pulsus
+ accusative
perire, perii
periculi, n
persuadere, persuasi + dative
perterrita, perterritum
pervenire, perveni, perventus
pedis, m
petere, petivi, petitus
plena, plenum
poenae, f

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adverb
adverb
verb 1
noun 2
verb 3
verb irregular
adverb
adjective
verb 3
verb 1
verb 1
verb 3
adverb
verb 1
noun 3
adjective
noun 3
verb 3 deponent
noun 1
adjective plural
noun 3
noun 1
verb 3
preposition
verb irregular
noun 2
verb 2
adjective
verb 4
noun 3
verb 3
adjective
noun 1

ponere, posui, positus


portae, f
portare, portavi, portatus
portus, m
posse, potui
+ accusative
indeclinable
indeclinable
indeclinable
praemii, n
precari, precatus sum
indeclinable
prima, primum
principis, m
+ ablative
procedere, processi
proelii, n
proficisci, profectus sum
progredi, progressus sum
promittere, promisi, promissus
+ accusative
+ accusative
proxima, proximum
puellae, f
pueri, m
pugnare, pugnavi
pulchra, pulchrum
punire, punivi, punitus
putare, putavi, putatus
quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitus
quale
+ superlative adverb
indeclinable
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indeclinable
indeclinable

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noun 1
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noun 4
verb irregular
preposition
adverb
conjunction
adverb
noun 2
verb 1 deponent
adverb
adjective
noun 3
preposition
verb 3
noun 2
verb 3 deponent
verb 3 deponent
verb 3
preposition
preposition
adjective
noun 1
noun 2
verb 1
adjective
verb 4
verb 1
verb 3
adjective
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adverb
conjunction
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not any, no
whether
surely not?
never
now
announce
messenger, message, news
kill
offer
once, some time ago
all, every
crush, overwhelm
attack
beg
show
almost, nearly
prepare
part
small
father
suffer, endure
country, homeland
few, a few
peace
money
drive
through, along
die, perish
danger
persuade
terrified
reach, arrive at
foot
make for, seek, beg/ask for
full
punishment
pay the penalty, am punished
put, place, put up
gate
carry
harbour, port
can, be able
after, behind
afterwards
after, when
on the next day
prize, reward, profit
pray (to), beg
at first
first
chief, emperor
in front of, for, in return for
advance, proceed
battle
set out
advance
promise
near
on account of, because of
nearest, next to
girl
boy
fight
beautiful, handsome
punish
think
search for, look for, ask
what sort of?
as as possible
than
how ? how !
although
when?

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quantus?
-que
qui
quidam
quis?
quo?
quod
quomodo?
quoque
quot?
rapio
rereddo
redeo
refero
regina
regnum
rego
regredior
relinquo
res
resisto
respondeo
rex
rideo
rogo
Roma
Romanus
rumpo
sacer
saepe
saevus
saluto
salve!
sanguis
sapiens
satis
scelestus
scelus
scio
scribo
se
sed
sedeo
semper
senator
senex
sentio
sequor
servo
servus
si
sic
signum
silva
simul
simulac, simulatque
sine
soleo
solus
specto
spero
spes
statim
sto
stultus
sub
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quanta? quantum?
indeclinable
quae, quod
quaedam, quoddam
quid?
indeclinable
indeclinable
indeclinable
indeclinable
indeclinable
rapere, rapui, raptus
(prefix used with verbs)
reddere, reddidi, redditus
redire, redii
referre, rettuli, relatus
reginae, f
regni, n
regere, rexi, rectus
regredi, regressus sum
relinquere, reliqui, relictus
rei, f
resistere, restiti + dative
respondere, respondi, responsus
regis, m
ridere, risi
rogare, rogavi, rogatus
Romae, f (Romae: at/in Rome)
Romana, Romanum
rumpere, rupi, ruptus
sacra, sacrum
indeclinable
saeva, saevum
salutare, salutavi, salutatus
salvete! (plural)
sanguinis, m
sapientis
indeclinable
scelesta, scelestum
sceleris, n
scire, scivi, scitus
scribere, scripsi, scriptus
sui
indeclinable
sedere, sedi
indeclinable
senatoris, m
senis, m
sentire, sensi, sensus
sequi, secutus sum
servare, servavi, servatus
servi, m
indeclinable
indeclinable
signi, n
silvae, f
indeclinable
indeclinable
+ ablative
solere, solitus sum
sola, solum
spectare, spectavi, spectatus
sperare, speravi, speratus
spei, f
indeclinable
stare, steti
stulta, stultum
+ accusative/ablative
indeclinable
esse, fui
summa, summum
superare, superavi, superatus
surgere, surrexi
sua, suum

adjective
conjunction
pronoun
pronoun
pronoun
adverb
conjunction
adverb
conjunction
adjective
verb 3
prefix
verb 3
verb irregular
verb irregular
noun 1
noun 2
verb 3
verb 3 deponent
verb 3
noun 5
verb 3
verb 2
noun 3
verb 2
verb 1
noun 1
adjective
verb 3
adjective
adverb
adjective
verb 1
verb imperative
noun 3
adjective
adjective/adverb
adjective
noun 3
verb 4
verb 3
pronoun
conjunction
verb 2
adverb
noun 3
noun 3
verb 4
verb 3 deponent
verb 1
noun 2
conjunction
adverb
noun 2
noun 1
adverb
conjunction
preposition
verb 2
adjective
verb 1
verb 1
noun 5
adverb
verb 1
adjective
preposition
adverb
verb irregular
adjective
verb 1
verb 3
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OCR 2008

how big? how much?


and
who, which
one, a certain, some
who? what?
to where?
because
how?
also, too
how many?
seize, grab
- back
give back, restore
go back, come back, return
bring/carry back, report, tell
queen
kingdom
rule
go back, return
leave, leave behind
thing, matter, event
resist
reply
king
laugh, smile
ask, ask for
Rome
Roman
break, burst
sacred
often
savage, cruel
greet
hello!
blood
wise
enough
wicked
crime
know
write
himself, herself, itself, themselves
but
sit
always
senator
old man
feel, notice
follow
save, protect, keep
slave
if
thus, in this way
sign, signal, standard
wood
at the same time
as soon as
without
be accustomed
alone, lonely, only, on one's own
look at, watch
hope, expect
hope
at once, immediately
stand
stupid, foolish
under, beneath
suddenly
be
highest, greatest, top (of)
overcome, overpower
get up, stand up, rise
his, her, its, their (own)

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taberna
taceo
talis
tam
tamen
tandem
tantus
tempestas
templum
tempus
teneo
terra
terreo
timeo
tollo
tot
totus
trado
traho
trans
tristis
tu
tum
turba
tuus
ubi
umquam
unde
urbs
ut
ut
uxor
vale!
validus
vehementer
vendo
venio
verbum
verto
verus
vester
via
victoria
video
videor
villa
vinco
vinum
vir
virtus
vita
vivo
vivus
voco
volo
vos
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vultus

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tabernae, f
tacere, tacui, tacitus
tale
indeclinable
indeclinable
indeclinable
tanta, tantum
tempestatis, f
templi, n
temporis, n
tenere, tenui, tentus
terrae, f
terrere, terrui, territus
timere, timui
tollere, sustuli, sublatus
indeclinable
tota, totum
tradere, tradidi, traditus
trahere, traxi, tractus
+ accusative (also used as prefix with
verbs)
triste
tui
indeclinable
turbae, f
tua, tuum
indeclinable
indeclinable
indeclinable
urbis, f
indeclinable + subjunctive
indeclinable + indicative
uxoris, f
valete! (plural)
valida, validum
indeclinable
vendere, vendidi, venditus
venire, veni
verbi, n
vertere, verti, versus
vera, verum
vestra, vestrum
viae, f
victoriae, f
videre, vidi, visus
videri, visus sum
villae, f
vincere, vici, victus
vini, n
viri, m
virtutis, f
vitae, f
vivere, vixi
viva, vivum
vocare, vocavi, vocatus
velle, volui
vestrum
vocis, f
vulnerare, vulneravi, vulneratus
vulneris, n
vultus, m

OCR 2008

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verb 2
adjective
adverb
adverb
adverb
adjective
noun 3
noun 2
noun 3
verb 2
noun 1
verb 2
verb 2
verb 3
adjective
adjective
verb 3
verb 3
preposition

shop, inn
be silent, be quiet
such
so
however
at last, finally
so great, such a great
storm
temple
time
hold
ground, land, country
frighten
fear, be afraid
raise, lift up, hold up
so many
whole
hand over
drag
across

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pronoun
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noun 1
pronoun
adverb
adverb
adverb
noun 3
conjunction
conjunction
noun 3
verb imperative
adjective
adverb
verb 3
verb 4
noun 2
verb 3
adjective
pronoun
noun 1
noun 1
verb 2
verb 2 deponent
noun 1
verb 3
noun 2
noun 2
noun 3
noun 1
verb 3
adjective
verb 1
verb irregular
pronoun
noun 3
verb 1
noun 3
noun 4

sad
you (singular)
then
crowd
your (singular), yours
where? where, when
ever
from where
city, town
that, so that, in order that
as, when
wife
goodbye, farewell!
strong
violently, loudly
sell
come
word
turn
true, real
your (plural), yours
street, road, way
victory
see
seem, appear
house, country villa
conquer, win, be victorious
wine
man
courage, virtue
life
live, be alive
alive, living
call
want
you (plural)
voice, shout
wound, injure
wound
expression, face