Eduqas GCSE Latin - Full List *With Principal Parts*

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a, ab (+ abl)

away from, from, by (as prefix = away)

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absum

I am out, I am absent, I am away

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abesse

to be out, to be absent, to be away

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4

afui

I was out, I was absent, I was away

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5

ac, atque

and

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6

accido

I happen

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7

accidere

to happen

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accidi

I happened

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9

accipio

I accept, I take in, I receive

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accipere

to accept, to take in, to receive

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accepi

I accepted, I took in, I received

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12

acceptus

having been accepted, having been taken in, having been received

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13

ad (+ acc)

to, towards, at

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14

adeo

so much, so greatly

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15

adiuvo

I help

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adiuvare

to help

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17

adiuvi

I helped

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18

adiutus

having been helped

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19

adsum

I am here, I am present

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20

adesse

to be here, to be present

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adfui

I was here, I was present

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22

advenio

I arrive

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advenire

to arrive

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adveni

I arrived

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25

ago

I do, I act, I drive

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26

agere

to do, to act, to drive

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egi

I did, I acted, I drove

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28

actus

having been done, having been acted, having been driven

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29

aliquis, aliquid

someone, something

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30

alius, -a, -ud

other, another, else

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31

alter, -a, -um

the other, another, the second of two

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32

altus, -a, -um

high, deep

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33

ambulo

I walk

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34

ambulare

to walk

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35

ambulavi

I walked

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36

amicus, -i m

friend

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37

amo

I love, I like

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38

amare

to love, to like

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amavi

I loved, I liked

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40

amatus

having been loved, having been liked

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41

amor, -oris m

love

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42

ancilla, -ae f

slave girl

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43

animus, -i m

spirit, soul, mind

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44

annus, -i m

year

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45

ante (+ acc)

before, in front of

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46

antea

before

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47

aperio

I open

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48

aperire

to open

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aperui

I opened

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apertus

having been opened

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51

appareo

I appear

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52

apparere

to appear

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apparui

I appeared

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54

appropinquo (+ dat)

I approach, I come near to

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appropinquare

to approach, to come near to

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appropinquavi

I approched, I came near to

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57

apud (+ acc)

among, with, at the house of

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58

aqua, -ae f

water

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59

audax, -acis

bold, daring

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60

audio

I hear, I listen to

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61

audire

to hear, to listen to

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62

audivi

I heard, I listened to

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63

auditus

having been heard, having been listened to

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64

aufero

I take away, I carry off, I steal

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65

auferre

to take away, to carry off, to steal

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66

abstuli

I took away, I carried off, I stole

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67

ablatus

having been taken away, having been carried off, having been stolen

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68

aut ... aut

either ... or

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69

bellum, -i n

war

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bene

well

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71

benignus, -a, -um

kind, generous

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72

bibo

I drink

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73

bibere

to drink

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bibi

I drank

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75

bonus, -a, -um

good

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brevis, -e

short, brief

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77

cado

I fall

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78

cadere

to fall

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cecidi

I fell

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80

caelum, -i n

sky, heaven

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81

canis, canis m

dog

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capio

I take, I catch, I capture, I adopt (a plan)

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capere

to take, to catch, to capture, to adopt (a plan)

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cepi

I took, I caught, I captured, I adopted (a plan)

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85

captus

having been taken, having been caught, having been captured, (a plan) having been adopted

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caput, -itis n

head

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carus, -a, -um

dear

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88

celer, -is, -e

quick, fast

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89

celo

I hide

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90

celare

to hide

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91

celavi

I hid

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92

celatus

having been hidden

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93

cena, -ae f

dinner, meal

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94

centum

a hundred

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95

ceteri, -ae, -a

the rest, the others

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96

cibus, -i m

food

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97

circum (+ acc)

around

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civis, civis m/f

citizen

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clamo

I shout

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clamare

to shout

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