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rego

regere, rexi, rectum

 

to rule, guide, direct

admitto

admittere, admisi, admissum

 

to admit, receive, let in

coepi

coepisse, coeptum

 

began

cupio

cupere,cupivi, cupitum

 

to desire, wish, long for

deleo

delēre, delevi, deletum

 

to destroy, wipe out, erase

incipio

incipere, incepi, inceptum

 

to begin

navigo

navigare, navigavi, navigatum

 

to sail, navigate

neglego

neglegere, neglexi, neglectum

 

to neglect, disregard

recito

recitare, recitavi, recitatum

 

to read aloud, recite

fluo

fluere, fluxi, fluxum

 

to flow

lego

legere, legi, lectum

 

to pick out, choose; read

misceo

miscēre, miscui, mixtum

 

to mix, stir up, disturb

moveo

movēre, movi, motum

 

to move; arouse, affect

videor

videri, visus sum

 

to be seen, seem, appear

delecto

delectare, delectavi, delectatum

 

to delight, charm, please

libero

liberare, liberavi, liberatum

 

to free, liberate

paro

parare, paravi, paratum

 

to prepare, provide; get, obtain

careo

carēre, carui, cariturm (+abl.)

 

to be without, be deprived of, want, lack; be from from

defendo

defendere, defendi, defensum

 

to ward off; defend, protect

discedo

discedere, discessi, discessum

 

to go away, depart

odi

odisse, osurum

 

to hate

prohibeo

prohibēre, prohibui, prohibitum

 

to keep (back), prevent, hinder, restrain, prohibit

pronuntio

pronuntiare, pronuntiavi, pronuntiatum

 

to proclaim, announce; declaim; pronounce

contineo

continēre, continui, contentum

 

to hold together, contain, keep, enclose, restrain

iubeo

iubēre, iussi, iussum

 

to bid, order, command

laboro

laborare, laboravi, laboratum

 

to labor; be in distress

rapio

rapere, rapui, raptum

 

to seize, snatch, carry away

relinquo

relinquere, reliqui, relictum

 

to leave behind, leave, abandon, desert

scio

scire, scivi, scitum

 

to know

tango

tangere, tetigi, tactum

 

to touch

cerno

cernere, crevi, cretum

 

to distinguish, discern, perceive

eripio

eripere, eripui, ereptum

 

to snatch away, take away; rescue

tollo

tollere, sustuli, sublatum

 

to raise, lift up; take away, remove, destroy

amo

amare, amavi, amatum

 

to love, like

cogito

cogitare, cogitavi, cogitatum

 

to think, ponder, consider, plan

debeo

debēre, debui, debitum

 

to owe; ought, must

do

dare, dedi, datum

 

to give, offer

erro

errare, erravi, erratum

 

to wander; err, go astray, make a mistake, be mistaken

laudo

laudare, laudavi, laudatum

 

to praise

moneo

monēre, monui, monitum

 

to remind, advise, warn

salveo

salvēre

 

to be well, be in good health

 

(salve, salvete=hello)

servo

servare, servavi, servatum

 

to preserve, save, keep, guard

conservo

conservare, conservavi, conservatum

 

to preserve, conserve, maintain

terreo

terrēre, terrui, territum

 

to frighten, terrify

valeo

valēre, valui, valiturum

 

to be strong, have power; be well

 

(vale, valete=good-bye)

video

vidēre, vidi, visum

 

to see; observe, understand

voco

vocare, vocavi, vocatum

 

to call, summon

habeo

habēre, habui,habitum

 

to have, hold, possess; consider, regard

satio

satiare, satiavi, satiatum

 

to satisfy, state

iuvo

iuvare, iuvi, iutum

 

to help, aid, assist; please

sum

esse, fui, futurm

 

to be, exist

remaneo

remanēre, remansi, remansum

 

to remain, stay behind, abide, continue

supero

superare, superavi, superatum

 

to be above, have the upper hand, surpass; overcome, conquer

possum

posse, potui

 

to be able, can, could, have power

tolero

tolerare, toleravi, toleratum

 

to bear, endure

audeo

audēre, ausus sum

 

to dare

neco

necare, necavi, necatum

 

to murder, kill

ago

agere, egi, actum

 

to drive, lead, do, act; pass, spend

 

(gratias agere + dat.= to thank someone)

demonstro

demonstrare, demonstravi, demonstratum

 

to point out, show, demonstrate

disco

discere, didici

 

to learn

doceo

docēre, docui, doctum

 

to teach

duco

ducere, duxi, ductum

 

to lead; consider, regard; prolong

gero

gerere, gessi, gestum

 

to carry; carry on, manage, conduct, wage, accomplish, perform

scribo

scribere, scripsi, scriptum

 

to write, compose

traho

trahere, traxi, tractum

 

to draw, drag; derive, acquire

vinco

vincere, vici, victum

 

to conquer, overcome

audio

audire, audivi, auditum

 

to hear, listen to

capio

capere, cepi, captum

 

to take, capture, seize, get

dico

dicere, dixi, dictum

 

to say, tell, speak; name, call

facio

facere, feci, factum

 

to make, do, accomplish

fugio

fugere, fugi, fugiturum

 

to flee, hurry away; escape; go into exile; avoid, shun

venio

venire, veni, ventum

 

to come

invenio

invenire, inveni, inventum

 

to come up, find

vivo

vivere, vixi, victum

 

to live

intellego

intellegere, intellexi, intellectum

 

to understand

mitto

mittere, misi, missum

 

to send, let go

sentio

sentire, sensi, sensum

 

to feel, perceive, think, experiene

admitto

admittere, admisi, admissum

 

to lose, let go

cado

cadere, cecidi, casurum

 

to fall

creo

creare, creavi, creatum

 

to create

alo

alere, alui, altum

 

to nourish, support, sustain, increase; cherish

diligo

diligere, dilexi, dilectum

 

to esteem, love

iungo

iungere, iunxi, iunctum

 

to join

sto

stare, steti, statum

 

to stand, stand still/firm

appello

appellare, appellavi, appellatum

 

to speak to, address (as), call, name

curro

currere, cucurri, cursum

 

to run, rush, move quickly

muto

mutare, mutavi, mutatum

 

to change, alter; exchange

teneo

tenēre, tenui, tentum

 

to hold, keep, possess; restrain

vito

vitare, vitavi, vitatum

 

to avoid, shun

committo

committere, commisi, commissum

 

to entrust, commit

exspecto

exspectare, exspectavi, exspectatum

 

to look for, expect, await

iacio

iacere, ieci, iactum

 

to throw, hurl

timeo

timēre, timui

 

to fear, be afraid of, be afraid

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