Common Entrance Latin Vocabulary List


LatinInfoEnglishTypeCE Level
a/abablativefrom, byprepositionL1
absumabesse, afuiI am awayverb irregularL1
accipioaccipere, accepi, acceptusI receiveverb 5 (mixed)L2
adaccusativeto, towardsprepositionL1
adeoadire, adi(v)iI approachverb irregularL3
adsumadesse, adfuiI am presentverb irregularL1
advenioadvenire, adveniI arriveverb 4L2
aedificoaedificare, aedificavi, aedificatusI buildverb 1L1
ageragrifieldnoun 2mL1
agricolaagricolaefarmernoun 1mL1
aliusalia, aliumotheradjective 2-1-2L3
altusalta, altumhigh, deepadjective 2-1-2L1
ambuloambulare, ambulaviI walkverb 1L1
amicusamicifriendnoun 2mL1
amoamare, amavi, amatusI love, likeverb 1L1
ancillaancillaemaidservantnoun 1fL1
animalanimalisanimalnoun 3nL3
annusanniyearnoun 2mL3
anteaccusativebeforeprepositionL2
antequambeforeconjunctionL2
appropinquoappropinquare, appropinquavi (+ dative)I approachverb 1L2
aquaaquaewaternoun 1fL1
armaarmorumweaponsnoun 2nL2
audaxaudacisboldadjective 3rdL2
audioaudire, audivi, auditusI hear, listen toverb 4L1
aurumaurigoldnoun 2nL1
autorconjunctionL3
autembut, howeverconjunctionL2
auxiliumauxiliihelpnoun 2nL1
bellumbelliwarnoun 2nL1
benewelladverbL1
bibobibere, bibiI drinkverb 3L1
bonusbona, bonumgoodadjective 2-1-2L1
caelumcaeliskynoun 2nL1
cantocantare, cantavi, cantatusI singverb 1L1
capiocapere, cepi, captusI take, captureverb 5 (mixed)L1
caruscara, carumdearadjective 2-1-2L2
celerceleris, celerequickadjective 3L3
celeriterquicklyadverbL2
centuma hundredcardinalL3
cetericeterae, ceterathe restadjective 2-1-2L2
cibuscibifoodnoun 2mL1
circumaccusativearoundprepositionL2
civisciviscitizennoun 3m/fL2
clamoclamare, clamavi, clamatusI shoutverb 1L1
clamorclamorisshoutnoun 3mL2
clarusclara, clarumclear, bright, famousadjective 2-1-2L1
cogocogere, coegi, coactusI forceverb 3L3
colligocolligere, collegi, collectusI collectverb 3L2
comescomitiscompanionnoun 3m/fL2
coniunxconiugiswife, husbandnoun 3m/fL2
conspicioconspicere, conspexi, conspectusI catch sight ofverb 5 (mixed)L2
constituoconstituere, constitui, constitutusI decideverb 3L1
consumoconsumere, consumpsi, consumptusI eatverb 3L1
contendo-ere, -iI hurryverb 3L3
contraaccusativeagainstprepositionL1
convenio-ire, -veniI meetverb 4L3
copiaecopiarumforcesnoun 1fL2
corpuscorporisbodynoun 3nL2
crastomorrowadverbL2
credocredere, credidi, creditus (+ dative)I believeverb 3L3
crudeliscrudelecrueladjective 3rdL2
cumablativewithprepositionL1
cupiocupere, cupivi, cupitusI want, desireverb 5 (mixed)L1
cur?why?question wordL1
currocurrere, cucurri, cursusI runverb 3L1
custodio-ire, -ivi, -itusI guardverb 4L3
custoscustodisguardnoun 3mL3
deablativedown from, aboutprepositionL1
deadeaegoddessnoun 1fL1
debeodebere, debui, debitusI owe, oughtverb 2L2
decemtencardinalL1
decimusdecima, decimumtenthadjective 2-1-2L1
defendodefendere, defendi, defensusI defendverb 3L2
deindethen, nextadverbL1
deleodelere, delevi, deletusI destroyverb 2L1
deusdeigodnoun 2mL1
dicodicere, dixi, dictusI sayverb 3L1
diesdieidaynoun 5mL3
difficilisdifficiledifficultadjective 3rdL2
discedodiscedere, discessiI departverb 3L1
diufor a long timeadverbL1
dodare, dedi, datusI giveverb 1L1
dominusdominimasternoun 2mL1
donumdonigiftnoun 2nL2
dormiodormire, dormiviI sleepverb 4L1
ducoducere, duxi, ductusI leadverb 3L1
dumwhileconjunctionL3
duoduae, duotwocardinalL1
duodecimtwelvecardinalL2
duodevigintieighteencardinalL2
duxducisleadernoun 3mL2
e/exablativeout ofprepositionL1
effugioeffugere, effugiI escapeverb 5 (mixed)L2
egomeiIpronounL1
eoire, i(v)iI goverb irregularL2
equusequihorsenoun 2mL1
erroerrare, erravi, erratusI wanderverb 1L2
etandconjunctionL1
et...et...both...and...conjunctionL2
etiameven, alsoadverbL1
exeoexire, exi(v)iI go outverb irregularL2
exspectoexspectare, exspectavi, exspectatusI wait forverb 1L2
facilisfacileeasyadjective 3rdL2
faciofacere, feci, factusI do, makeverb 5 (mixed)L1
felixfelicisluckyadjective 3rdL2
feminafeminaewomannoun 1fL1
feroferre, tuli, latusI bringverb irregularL3
fessusfessa, fessumtiredadjective 2-1-2L1
festinofestinare, festinaviI hurryverb 1L1
fidesfideifaithnoun 4fL3
filiafiliaedaughternoun 1fL1
filiusfiliisonnoun 2mL1
flumenfluminisrivernoun 3nL2
forteby chanceadverbL2
fortisfortebrave, strongadjective 3rdL2
fortiterbravelyadverbL1
fraterfratrisbrothernoun 3mL2
frustrain vainadverbL2
fugiofugere, fugiI fleeverb 5 (mixed)L2
gensgentisracenoun 3fL3
gerogerere, gessi, gestusI wage, I wear, I doverb 3L2
gladiusgladiiswordnoun 2mL1
GraecusGraeca, GraecumGreekadjective 2-1-2L2
habeohabere, habui, habitusI haveverb 2L1
habitohabitare, habitavi, habitatusI liveverb 1L1
hastahastaespearnoun 1fL1
heriyesterdayadverbL2
hichereadverbL1
hichaec, hocthis; he, she, itpronounL2
hodietodayadverbL2
homohominismannoun 3mL2
horahoraehournoun 1fL3
hosteshostiumenemynoun 3mL2
iacioiacere, ieci, iactusI throwverb 5 (mixed)L1
iamnow, alreadyadverbL1
ibithereadverbL1
idemeadem, idemthe samepronounL3
igiturthereforeadverbL1
illeilla, illudthat; he, she, itpronounL2
impero-are, -avi, -atus (+ dative)I orderverb 1L3
inablativein, onprepositionL1
inaccusativeintoprepositionL1
incolaincolaeinhabitantnoun 1m/fL1
ineoinire, ini(v)iI go inverb irregularL2
ingensingentishugeadjective 3rdL2
inquitinquiunt (plural)he/she saysverb irregularL2
insulainsulaeislandnoun 1fL1
interaccusativeamong, betweenprepositionL2
intereameanwhileadverbL3
interficio-ere, -feci, -fectusI killverb 5 (mixed)L3
introintrare, intravi, intratusI enterverb 1L1
invenioinvenire, inveni, inventusI findverb 4L2
ipseipsa, ipsumhimself, herself, itselfpronounL3
irairaeangernoun 1fL1
iratusirata, iratumangryadjective 2-1-2L1
isea, idhe, she, itpronounL2
itaqueand soadverbL1
iteritinerisjourneynoun 3nL2
iterumagainadverbL1
iubeoiubere, iussi, iussusI orderverb 2L1
iuvenisiuvenisyoung mannoun 3mL2
iuvoiuvare, iuvi, iutusI helpverb 1L3
laborlaborisworknoun 3mL3
laborolaborare, laboraviI workverb 1L1
laetuslaeta, laetumhappyadjective 2-1-2L1
laudolaudare, laudavi, laudatusI praiseverb 1L1
legolegere, legi, lectusI read, chooseverb 3L1
lenteslowlyadverbL3
liberlibribooknoun 2mL1
liberiliberorumchildrennoun 2mL2
liberoliberare, liberavi, liberatusI set freeverb 1L2
locuslociplacenoun 2mL1
longuslonga, longumlongadjective 2-1-2L2
ludoludere, lusi, lususI playverb 3L1
luxlucislightnoun 3fL2
magistermagistriteacher, masternoun 2mL1
magnoperegreatlyadverbL1
magnusmagna, magnumbig, greatadjective 2-1-2L1
malusmala, malumbad, wickedadjective 2-1-2L1
maneomanere, mansiI stay, remainverb 2L1
maremarisseanoun 3nL2
matermatrismothernoun 3fL2
mediusmedia, mediummiddleadjective 2-1-2L2
meusmea, meummyadjective 2-1-2L1
milesmilitissoldiernoun 3mL2
millea thousandcardinalL3
misermisera, miserumwretchedadjective 2-1-2L1
mittomittere, misi, missusI sendverb 3L1
moneomonere, monui, monitusI warnverb 2L1
monsmontismountainnoun 3mL2
moramoraedelaynoun 1fL2
morsmortisdeathnoun 3fL2
mortuusmortua, mortuumdeadadjective 2-1-2L2
moveomovere, movi, motusI moveverb 2L1
moxsoonadverbL1
muliermulieriswomannoun 3fL2
multusmulta, multummuch, manyadjective 2-1-2L1
murusmuriwallnoun 2mL1
namforconjunctionL2
narronarrare, narravi, narratusI tellverb 1L2
nautanautaesailornoun 1mL1
navigonavigare, navigaviI sailverb 1L1
navisnavisshipnoun 3fL2
nein order not to; not toconjunctionL3
ne?(open question)question wordL1
necnequenor, and notconjunctionL3
neconecare, necavi, necatusI killverb 1L1
nemoneminisno onenoun irregularL2
nihilnothingnoun irregularL2
nobilisnobilenobleadjective 3rdL2
noli/nolite (+ infinitive)do notverb irregularL2
nolonolle, noluiI do not wantverb irregularL3
nomennominisnamenoun 3nL2
nonnotadverbL1
nonagintaninetycardinalL3
nonne?surely?question wordL2
nonusnona, nonumninthadjective 2-1-2L1
nosnostrumwepronounL1
nosternostra, nostrumouradjective 2-1-2L1
notusnota, notumwell knownadjective 2-1-2L1
novemninecardinalL1
novusnova, novumnewadjective 2-1-2L1
noxnoctisnightnoun 3fL3
num?surely not?question wordL2
numquamneveradverbL1
nuncnowadverbL2
nuntionuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatusI announceverb 1L2
nuntiusnuntiimessengernoun 2mL1
occidooccidere, occidi, occisusI killverb 3L2
occupooccupare, occupavi, occupatusI seizeverb 1L2
octavusoctava, octavumeighthadjective 2-1-2L1
octoeightcardinalL1
octogintaeightycardinalL3
olimonceadverbL1
omnisomnealladjective 3rdL2
oppidumoppiditownnoun 2nL1
oppugnooppugnare, oppugnavi, oppugnatusI attackverb 1L1
opusoperistasknoun 3nL3
ostendoostendere, ostendi, ostentusI showverb 3L1
paenealmostadverbL3
parensparentisparentnoun 3m/fL2
paroparare, paravi, paratusI prepareverb 1L1
parspartispartnoun 3fL2
parvusparva, parvumsmalladjective 2-1-2L1
paterpatrisfathernoun 3mL2
patriapatriaecountry, homelandnoun 1fL1
paucipaucae, paucaa fewadjective 2-1-2L2
pecuniapecuniaemoneynoun 1fL1
pellopellere, pepuli, pulsusI driveverb 3L3
peraccusativethrough, alongprepositionL1
pereoperire, peri(v)iI perishverb irregularL2
periculumpericulidangernoun 2nL1
persuadeopersuadere, persuasi (+ dative)I persuadeverb 2L3
perterritusperterrita, perterritumfrightenedadjective 2-1-2L1
peto-ere, -ivi, -itusI seek, I attackverb 3L3
poetapoetaepoetnoun 1mL1
ponoponere, posui, positusI putverb 3L1
portoportare, portavi, portatusI carryverb 1L1
possumposse, potuiI am ableverb irregularL2
postaccusativeafterprepositionL2
posteaafterwardsadverbL2
postquamafterconjunctionL2
praemiumpraemiirewardnoun 2nL3
primusprima, primumfirstadjective 2-1-2L1
princepsprincipischiefnoun 3mL3
proablativefor, on behalf of, in front ofprepositionL2
proeliumproeliibattlenoun 2nL1
propeaccusativenearprepositionL1
propteraccusativebecause ofprepositionL2
puellapuellaegirlnoun 1fL1
puerpueriboynoun 2mL1
pugnopugnare, pugnaviI fightverb 1L1
pulcherpulchra, pulchrumbeautiful, handsomeadjective 2-1-2L1
puniopunire, punivi, punitusI punishverb 4L2
quadragintafortycardinalL3
quamthanconjunctionL2
quamquamalthoughconjunctionL2
quartusquarta, quartumfourthadjective 2-1-2L1
quattuorfourcardinalL1
quattuordecimfourteencardinalL2
que (suffix)andconjunctionL2
quiquae, quodwho, whichpronounL3
quid?what?question wordL1
quindecimfifteencardinalL2
quinquagintafiftycardinalL3
quinquefivecardinalL1
quintusquinta, quintumfifthadjective 2-1-2L1
quis?who?question wordL1
quodbecauseconjunctionL1
quoquealsoconjunctionL2
redeoredire, redi(v)iI go backverb irregularL2
reducoreducere, reduxi, reductusI lead backverb 3L2
reginareginaequeennoun 1fL1
regoregere, rexi, rectusI ruleverb 3L1
relinquorelinquere, reliqui, relictusI leaveverb 3L3
resreithing, matter, affairnoun 5fL3
respondeorespondere, respondi, responsusI answerverb 2L1
rexregiskingnoun 3mL2
rideoridere, risiI laughverb 2L1
rogorogare, rogavi, rogatusI ask, ask forverb 1L1
RomanusRomana, RomanumRomanadjective 2-1-2L1
ruoruere, ruiI rushverb 3L2
sacersacra, sacrumsacredadjective 2-1-2L1
saepeoftenadverbL1
saevussaeva, saevumsavageadjective 2-1-2L1
sagittasagittaearrownoun 1fL1
salutosalutare, salutavi, salutatusI greetverb 1L2
sapienssapientiswiseadjective 3rdL2
scriboscribere, scripsi, scriptusI writeverb 3L1
scutumscutishieldnoun 2nL1
sehimself, herself, themselvespronounL2
secundussecunda, secundumsecondadjective 2-1-2L1
sedbutconjunctionL1
sedecimsixteencardinalL2
semperalwaysadverbL1
senexsenisold mannoun 3mL2
septemsevencardinalL1
septendecimseventeencardinalL2
septimusseptima, septimumseventhadjective 2-1-2L1
septuagintaseventycardinalL3
servoservare, servavi, servatusI saveverb 1L2
servusservislavenoun 2mL1
sexsixcardinalL1
sexagintasixtycardinalL3
sextussexta, sextumsixthadjective 2-1-2L1
sicthusadverbL1
sineablativewithoutprepositionL2
sociussociiallynoun 2mL1
solussola, solumaloneadjective 2-1-2L2
somnussomnisleepnoun 2mL3
sororsororissisternoun 3fL2
spectospectare, spectavi, spectatusI watch, look atverb 1L1
spesspeihopenoun 5fL3
statimimmediatelyadverbL1
stostare, stetiI standverb 1L1
subaccusative or ablativeunderprepositionL2
subitosuddenlyadverbL1
sumesse, fuiI amverb irregularL1
superaccusativeaboveprepositionL2
superbussuperba, superbumproudadjective 2-1-2L3
superosuperare, superavi, superatusI overcomeverb 1L1
suussua, suumhis own, her own, their ownadjective 2-1-2L1
tamenhoweveradverbL1
tandemat lastadverbL1
telumteliweaponnoun 2nL3
tempestastempestatisstormnoun 3fL3
templumtemplitemplenoun 2nL1
teneotenere, tenui, tentusI holdverb 2L1
terraterraelandnoun 1fL1
terreoterrere, terrui, territusI frightenverb 2L1
tertiustertia, tertiumthirdadjective 2-1-2L1
timeotimere, timuiI fear, am afraidverb 2L1
totustota, totumwholeadjective 2-1-2L3
tradotradere, tradidi, traditusI hand oververb 3L2
transaccusativeacrossprepositionL1
transeotransire, transi(v)iI go acrossverb irregularL2
tredecimthirteencardinalL2
trestriathreecardinalL1
trigintathirtycardinalL3
trististristesadadjective 3rdL2
tutuiyou (sing.)pronounL1
tumthenadverbL2
turbaturbaecrowdnoun 1fL1
tutustuta, tutumsafeadjective 2-1-2L1
tuustua, tuumyour (sing.)adjective 2-1-2L1
ubiwhenadverbL1
ubi?where?question wordL1
undaundaewavenoun 1fL1
undecimelevencardinalL2
undevigintinineteencardinalL2
unusuna, unumonecardinalL1
urbsurbiscitynoun 3fL2
ut(+ subjunctive verb)so that, in order to; toconjunctionL3
uxoruxoriswifenoun 3fL2
validusvalida, validumstrongadjective 2-1-2L1
veniovenire, veni I comeverb 4L1
ventusventiwindnoun 2mL1
verbumverbiwordnoun 2nL1
vestervestra, vestrumyour (pl.)adjective 2-1-2L1
viaviaeroad, streetnoun 1fL1
videovidere, vidi, visusI seeverb 2L1
vigintitwentycardinalL2
vincovincere, vici, victusI conquerverb 3L2
vinumviniwinenoun 2nL1
virvirimannoun 2mL1
virtusvirtutiscouragenoun 3fL2
vivusviva, vivumaliveadjective 2-1-2L2
vocovocare, vocavi, vocatusI callverb 1L1
volovelle, voluiI wantverb irregularL3
vosvestrumyou (pl.)pronounL1
voxvocisvoicenoun 3fL2
vulnerovulnerare, vulneravi, vulneratusI woundverb 1L2
vulnusvulneriswoundnoun 3nL2