HeadwordDefinitionsPart of SpeechSemantic GroupFrequency Rank
veluttak jakAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs447
veniō venīre vēnī ventumprzychodzićVerb: 4th ConjugationMotion63
ventus -ī m.wiatrNoun: 2nd DeclensionAir and Fire269
verbum -ī n.słowoNoun: 2nd DeclensionWriting/Poetry188
vērēw istocieAdverbSpeech/Oratory983
vereor verērī veritus sumbać się, poważaćVerb: DeponentEmotions884
vērōale, rzeczywiścieAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs280
vertō vertere vertī versumobracaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMotion288
vērus -a -umprawdziwyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionSpeech/Oratory410
vester vestra vestrumwaszAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPronouns/Interrogatives282
vestīgium -ī n.ślad, trop, miejsceNoun: 2nd DeclensionTravel716
vestis -is f.szata, ubiórNoun: 3rd DeclensionLife and Being413
vetō -āre vetuī vetītumzabraniaćVerb: 1st ConjugationVerbs of Compelling/Directing665
vetus veterisstaryAdjective: 3rd DeclensionTime295
via -ae f.droga, ulicaNoun: 1st DeclensionTravel196
vīcīnus -a -umbliski, sąsiedniAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionGeography940
victor -ōris m.zwycięzcaNoun: 3rd DeclensionWar and Peace340
victōria -ae f.zwycięstwoNoun: 1st DeclensionWar and Peace750
videō vidēre vīdī vīsumwidziećVerb: 2nd ConjugationVision31
vincō vincere vīcī victumzwyciężyćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōWar and Peace101
vinculum -ī n.więzy, sznurNoun: 2nd DeclensionWar and Peace594
vīnum -ī n.winoNoun: 2nd DeclensionAnimals/Plants640
vir virī m.mężczyzna, mążNoun: 2nd DeclensionPeople85
virgō -inis f.panna, dziewica, dziewczynaNoun: 3rd DeclensionPeople418
virtūs -ūtis f.cnota, doskonałość moralna, męstwoNoun: 3rd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics111
vīs f.moc; (acc.) vim, (abl.) vī; (pl.) vīrēs, siłaNoun: 3rd DeclensionWar and Peace115
vīta -ae f.życieNoun: 1st DeclensionLife and Being87
vitium -ī n.błąd, wadaNoun: 2nd DeclensionJustice326
vītō -āreunikaćVerb: 1st ConjugationSocial Life881
vīvō vīvere vīxī vīctumżyćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōLife and Being156
vixledwie, właśnieAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs352
ūllus -a -umjakiśAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPronouns/Interrogatives178
ultimus -a -umnajdalszy, ostatniAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionGeography432
ultrāpoza, dłużej niż (przysł. i przyim. + acc.)PrepositionPlace600
umbra -ae f.cień, ciemnośćNoun: 1st DeclensionVision257
umquamkiedyś; nec umquam, nigdyAdverbTime482
unda -ae f.fala, wodaNoun: 1st DeclensionEarth and Water207
300
undiquewszędzie, zewsządAdverbPlace686
ūnus -a -umjedenAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement53
vocō -ārewołaćVerb: 1st ConjugationSpeech/Oratory158
volō velle voluīchciećVerb: IrregularEmotions66
volucer -cris -crelatającyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionAnimals/Plants977
volucris -is f./m.ptakNoun: 3rd DeclensionAnimals/Plants976
voluntās -ātis f.wola, życzenieNoun: 3rd DeclensionEmotions859
voluptās -ātis f.przyjemnośćNoun: 3rd DeclensionSocial Life378
vōswy; (gen.) vestrum/vestrī, (dat./abl.) vōbīs, (acc.) vōsAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPronouns/Interrogatives130
vōtum -ī n.przyczenie, ślub, obietnica, modlitwa, przekleństwoNoun: 2nd DeclensionReligion334
vōx vōcis f.głos, słowo, zdanieNoun: 3rd DeclensionSpeech/Oratory169
urbs urbis f.miastoNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe City82
ūsqueaż do AdverbTime527
ūsus -ūs m.użycie, praktykaNoun: 4th DeclensionEducation/Knowledge446
ut, utījak (+ indic.); tak, że, żeby (+ con.)AdverbConjunctions/Adverbs15
uterque utraque utrumqueobajConjunctionMeasurement243
ūtilis -eużytecznyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionMaking/Doing850
ūtor ūtī ūsus sumużywać, stosować (+ abl.)Verb: DeponentMaking/Doing330
utrumczy; utrum ... an: czy ... czyConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs827
vulgōzwykle, ogólnieAdverbThe City991
vulgus -ī n. and m.tłum, masa ludziNoun: 2nd DeclensionThe City675
vulnus -eris n.ranaNoun: 3rd DeclensionViolence327
vultus -ūs m.twarz, spojrzenie, wyglądNoun: 4th DeclensionThe Body209
uxor uxōris f.żonaNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Household552
sonō sonāre sonuī sonitumbrzmieć, rozbrzmiewaćVerb: 1st ConjugationOther Senses583
soror -ōris f.siostraNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Household497
sors sortis f.los; wyroczniaNoun: 3rd DeclensionReligion639
spargō spargere sparsī sparsumrozpraszać, rozsypywaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōEarth and Water532
spatium -ī n.przestrzeńNoun: 2nd DeclensionAir and Fire426
speciēs -ēī f.wygląd, wizerunekNoun: 5th DeclensionVision599
spectō -āreoglądać, patrzećVerb: 1st ConjugationVision473
spērō -āremieć nadziejęVerb: 1st ConjugationEmotions648
spēs speī f.nadziejaNoun: 5th DeclensionEmotions232
spīritus -ūs m.oddech, życie, duszaNoun: 4th DeclensionLife and Being703
statimnatychmiast, zarazAdverbTime798
statuō -ere -uī -ūtumustawiać, ustanawiaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōJustice678
stella -ae f.gwiazdaNoun: 1st DeclensionAir and Fire934
stō stāre stetī statumstaćVerb: 1st ConjugationLife and Being168
studeō -ēre -uīstarać się, troszczyć się, zajmować się (+ dat.)Verb: 2nd ConjugationEmotions989
studium -ī n.zajęcie, chęćNoun: 2nd DeclensionEmotions450
subpod, przy (+acc. lub abl.)PrepositionPlace118
subeō -īre -iī -itumpodejmować się, podchodzićVerb: IrregularMotion538
subitōnagleAdverbTime848
17
sum esse fuībyćVerb: IrregularLife and Being2
sūmō sūmere sūmpsī sūmptumbraćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMotion454
supernad (przysł. i przyim. +acc.)AdverbPlace401
superbus -a -umpróżny, wyniosłyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics656
superī -ōrum m. pl.bogowieNoun: 2nd DeclensionReligion714
superō -ārepokonać, przewyższyćVerb: 1st ConjugationWar and Peace668
supersum -esse -fuīpozostawać; być nadmiarzeVerb: IrregularPlace623
superus -a -umgórny, znajdujący się u góryAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionReligion99
supplicium -ī n.kara, prośbaNoun: 2nd DeclensionJustice683
suprāponad, poza (przysł. i przyim. +acc.)PrepositionPlace588
surgō surgere surrēxī surrēctumwstaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōEarth and Water570
suscipiō -cipere -cēpī ceptumwziąćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōVerbs of Transport937
sustineō sustinēre sustinuī sustentumpodtrzymywać, wytrzymywaćVerb: 2nd ConjugationSocial Life762
suus -a -umjego, swójAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPronouns/Interrogatives27
taceō -ēre -uī -itummilczeć; tacitus -a -um, milczącyVerb: 2nd ConjugationOther Senses369
tālis tāletakiAdjective: 3rd DeclensionMeasurement203
tamtakAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs96
tamenjednakżeConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs58
tamquamtak jakAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs363
tandemw końcuAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs427
tangō tangere tetigī tāctumdotykaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōOther Senses534
tantum, tantummodotylkoAdverbMeasurement216
tantus -a -umtak wielkiAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement105
tardus -a -umpowolny, późnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionTime738
tēctum -ī n.dach; budynek, domNoun: 2nd DeclensionThe House386
tegō tegere tēxī tēctumprzykrywać, chowaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōDeception376
tellus tellūris f.ziemiaNoun: 3rd DeclensionEarth and Water337
tēlum -ī n.pocisk, brońNoun: 2nd DeclensionWar and Peace255
tempestas -tātis f.okres czasu, pora; niepogodaNoun: 3rd DeclensionLengths of Time753
templum -ī n.święte miejsce; świątyniaNoun: 2nd DeclensionReligion485
tempus -oris n.czasNoun: 3rd DeclensionTime89
tendō tendere tetendī tentumwyciągać, kierować, podążaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōTravel529
tenebrae -brārum f. pl.ciemnościNoun: 1st DeclensionVision775
teneō -ēre -uī tentumtrzymaćVerb: 2nd ConjugationOther Senses106
tener -era -erumdelikatny, młodyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionOther Senses490
temptō -ārepróbowaćVerb: 1st ConjugationMaking/Doing430
tergum -ī n.tył, plecy; ā tergō: od tyłuNoun: 2nd DeclensionThe Body474
terra -ae f.ziemiaNoun: 1st DeclensionEarth and Water70
terreō terrēre terruī territumstraszyć, przerażaćVerb: 2nd ConjugationEmotions705
tertius -a -umtrzeciAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement682
testis -is m.świadekNoun: 3rd DeclensionJustice741
timeō -ēre -uībać sięVerb: 2nd ConjugationEmotions153
timor -ōris m.strachNoun: 3rd DeclensionEmotions536
tollō tollere sustulī sublātumpodnosić, niszczyćVerb: IrregularViolence293
tottyleAdverbMeasurement259
tōtus -a -umcałyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement78
trādō -dere -didī -ditumprzekazywać, zdradzićVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōBusiness/Money297
trahō trahere trāxī trāctumciągnąćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Compelling/Directing213
trānseō -īre -iī -itumprzechodzićVerb: IrregularTravel431
trēs triatrzyAdjective: NumeralMeasurement533
tribūnus -ī m.trybun, tytuł różnych urzędników rzymskich (np. mīlitum, plēbis, aerāriī)Noun: 2nd DeclensionThe City807
trīstis -esmutny, bolesnyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionEmotions275
tū tuī tibi tētyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPronouns/Interrogatives9
tum or tuncwtedy, następnieAdverbTime56
turba -ae f.tłum, hałasNoun: 1st DeclensionThe City323
turbō -āremącić, niepokićVerb: 1st ConjugationSpeech/Oratory868
turpis -ebrzydki, haniebnyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionOther Senses377
tūtus -a -umbezpiecznyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionWar and Peace365
tuus -a -umtwójAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPronouns/Interrogatives44
vacō vacārebyć pustym, być wolnym, mieć czasVerb: 1st ConjugationMeasurement724
vacuus -a -umpustyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement673
vagus -a -umzmienny, chwiejnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionTravel674
valeō valēre valuīmieć siłę, mieć znaczenie, być zdrowym; valē: żegnaj!Verb: 2nd ConjugationSocial Life539
validus -a -umsilnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics816
vanus -a -umpusty; fałszywyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionDeception856
varius -a -umróżny, różnorodnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionOther Senses631
vātēs -is m.poeta, wieszczNoun: 3rd DeclensionWriting/Poetry684
92
velub (enklityka)ConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs307
vehō vehere vēxī vectumwieźć, nieść; vehor vehī vectus sum: jechaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōTravel632
velalbo; vel ... vel: albo … alboConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs141
quisquis quidquidktokolwiek, cokolwiekPronounPronouns/Interrogatives129
305
quōmodow jaki sposób?ConjunctionPronouns/Interrogatives831
quondamkiedyś, pewnego razuAdverbTime542
quoniamponieważ, skoroConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs510
quoquetakżeConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs76
quotiēnsile razy?AdverbPronouns/Interrogatives970
rapiō rapere rapuī raptumrabować, porywaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōViolence273
rārus -a -umniegęsty; rzadkiAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement752
ratiō -ōnis f.metoda, plan, powódNoun: 3rd DeclensionEducation/Knowledge256
recēdō -cēdere -cessī -cessumcofać się, usuwać sięVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMotion826
recēns -ntisnowy, młodyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionTime781
recipiō -cipere -cēpī -ceptumodebrać; sē recipere, cofnąć sięVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōVerbs of Transport319
rēctus -a -umprosty, prawidłowyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement823
reddō -dere -didī -ditumzwracać, oddawaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Transport174
redeō -īre -iī -itumpowracaćVerb: IrregularMotion301
referō referre rettulī relātumodnosić; powtarzaćVerb: IrregularVerbs of Transport171
regiō -ōnis f.region, teren, granicaNoun: 3rd DeclensionGeography585
rēgius -a -umkrólewskiAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics561
rēgnum -ī n.królestwo, panowanieNoun: 2nd DeclensionGeography121
regō regere rēxī rēctumkierować, rządzićVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōThe City554
relinquō -linquere -līquī -lictumpozostawićVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMotion144
reliquus -a -umpozostały, resztaAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement788
reor rērī rātus sumuważać, sądzićVerb: DeponentEducation/Knowledge774
reperiō -perīre -pperī -pertumodnajdywaćVerb: 4th ConjugationEducation/Knowledge765
repetō -petere -petīvī -petītumżądać; przywoływać; powtarzaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Compelling/Directing651
rēs reī f.rzecz (rēs pūblica, państwo; rēs familiāris, majątek; rēs mīlitāris, sztuka wojenna; rēs novae, przewrót polityczny)Noun: 5th DeclensionLife and Being38
respicio -ere -spēxī -spectumspoglądać wstecz, rozważaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōVision722
respondeō -spondēre -spondī -spōnsumodpowiadaćVerb: 2nd ConjugationSpeech/Oratory535
retineō -tinēre -tinuī -tentumzatrzymywaćVerb: 2nd ConjugationVerbs of Compelling/Directing647
revertō -vertere -vertīzawracać, powracaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMotion995
revocō -ārewywołać, odwołać, przywołaćVerb: 1st ConjugationSocial Life813
reus -ī m.winny, oskarżonyNoun: 2nd DeclensionJustice888
rēx rēgis m.królNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe City60
rīdeō -ēre rīsī rīsumśmiać się, wyśmiewaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōEmotions874
rīpa -ae f.brzeg rzekiNoun: 1st DeclensionEarth and Water662
rogō -ārepytaćVerb: 1st ConjugationSpeech/Oratory551
rumpō rumpere rūpī ruptumłamać, przełamywaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōViolence480
rūrsusz powrotem, wsteczAdverbPlace440
rūs rūris n.wieśNoun: 3rd DeclensionGeography879
sacer sacra sacrumświęty, poświęconyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionReligion398
sacerdōs -dōtis m./f.kapłan, kapłankaNoun: 3rd DeclensionReligion939
saeculum -ī n.pokolenie, wiek, stulecieNoun: 2nd DeclensionLengths of Time776
saepeczęstoAdverbTime145
saevus -a -umwściekły, złyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics244
salūs -ūtis f.zdrowie, bezpieczeństwoNoun: 3rd DeclensionLife and Being549
sānctus -a -umświęty, poświęconyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionReligion659
sanguis -inis m.krewNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Body214
sānus -a -umzdrowyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionLife and Being946
sapiēns -ntismędrzecNoun: 3rd DeclensionEducation/Knowledge453
sapientia -ae f.wiedzaNoun: 1st DeclensionEducation/Knowledge797
satis, satdość, wystarczającoAdverbMeasurement341
saxum -ī n.skała, klifNoun: 2nd DeclensionEarth and Water306
scelus -eris n.występek, grzechNoun: 3rd DeclensionJustice154
scientia -ae f.wiedzaNoun: 1st DeclensionEducation/Knowledge971
scīlicetoczywiścieAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs889
sciō -īre -īvī/-iī -ītumwiedziećVerb: 4th ConjugationEducation/Knowledge172
scrībō scrībere scrīpsī scrīptumpisaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōWriting/Poetry568
secundus -a -umnastępny; pomyślnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement836
sēcūrus -a -umbezpieczny, spokojny, bez troskAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics697
sedaleConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs20
sedeō sedēre sēdī sessumsiedziećVerb: 2nd ConjugationThe House506
sēdēs -is f.siedzenie, mieszkanieNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe House403
semeljeden razAdverbTime789
semperzawszeAdverbTime149
senātus -ūs m.senatNoun: 4th DeclensionThe City329
senex -is m.starzec; senior, starszyNoun: 3rd DeclensionPeople558
sēnsus -ūs m.uczucie, zmysłNoun: 4th DeclensionEmotions793
sententia -ae f.opinia, sądNoun: 1st DeclensionEducation/Knowledge586
sentiō sentīre sēnsī sēnsumodczuwać zmysłami, czuć, widzieć, słyszeć Verb: 4th ConjugationOther Senses302
sepulcrum -ī n.grób, miejsce pochówkuNoun: 2nd DeclensionLife and Being949
sequor sequī secūtus sumpodążać za kimśVerb: DeponentMotion108
sermō -ōnis m.język, mowa, rozmowaNoun: 3rd DeclensionSpeech/Oratory575
serviō -īresłużyć, być niewolnikiem (+ dat.)Verb: 4th ConjugationThe Household883
servō -ārepilnować, zachowywaćVerb: 1st ConjugationThe Household289
servus -ī m.niewolnikNoun: 2nd DeclensionThe Household496
seualbo; seu ... seu: albo ... albo → sīveConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs343
jeśli, gdybyConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs16
sīctak, w ten sposób; sīc ... ut: tak … jakAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs79
sīcuttak jakAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs791
sīdus -eris n.gwiazda, gwiazdozbiórNoun: 3rd DeclensionAir and Fire359
sīgnum -ī n.znak, chorągiewNoun: 2nd DeclensionWar and Peace261
silva -ae f.las, obfitośćNoun: 1st DeclensionAnimals/Plants234
similis -epodobnyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics414
simuljednocześnieAdverbTime274
sinebez (+ abl.)PrepositionNon-Directional Prepositions104
singulī -ae -apojedynczoAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement507
sinō sinere sīvī situmpozwolićVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Compelling/Directing717
sinus -ūs m.kieszeń, fałda szaty; zatoka, przylądekNoun: 4th DeclensionEarth and Water478
sīveczy; sīve ... sīve: czy ... czy → seuConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs362
372
sōl sōlis m.słońceNoun: 3rd DeclensionAir and Fire320
soleō -ēre -uī -itummieć w zwyczajuVerb: 2nd ConjugationPersonality Traits/Characteristics246
sōlumtylkoAdverbMeasurement897
solvō solvere solvī solūtumuwalniać, rozwiązywaćVerb: 2nd ConjugationTravel325
sōlus -a -umsam, jedynyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement176
somnus -ī m.senNoun: 2nd DeclensionLife and Being438
pontus -ī m.morzeNoun: 2nd DeclensionEarth and Water630
populus -ī m.ludNoun: 2nd DeclensionThe City122
porta -ae f.bramyNoun: 1st DeclensionThe City759
portō -ārenieśćVerb: 1st ConjugationMeasurement853
pōscō pōscere popōscīprosić, żądaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōSpeech/Oratory487
possum posse potuīmócVerb: IrregularMaking/Doing23
postpo (przysł. i przyim. +acc.)PrepositionTime164
posteānastępnieAdverbTime964
posterus -a -umnastępnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionTime877
postquamnastępnieConjunctionTime384
potēns potentismocny, w stanie coś zrobićAdjective: 3rd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics567
potestās -ātis f.moc, władzaNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe City737
potis -emocny, w stanie coś zrobićAdjective: 3rd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics947
praebeō -ēre -uī -itumdostarczać, dawaćVerb: 2nd ConjugationVerbs of Transport584
praeceptum -ī n.rada; rozkazNoun: 2nd DeclensionJustice825
praecipiō -cipere -cēpī -ceptumwyprzedzać; ostrzegaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōSpeech/Oratory945
praeda -ae f.zdobycz, rabunekNoun: 1st DeclensionWar and Peace626
praemium -ī n.nagroda, korzyśćNoun: 2nd DeclensionBusiness/Money680
praesēns -ntisobecny, gotowyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionPlace822
praesidium -ī n.ochrona, warowniaNoun: 2nd DeclensionWar and Peace582
praestō -stāre -stitī -stitumprzewyższać; pokazywać; dawaćVerb: 1st ConjugationOther Senses423
praeterobok; z wyjątkiem (+ acc.)PrepositionPlace756
praetereāpoza tymAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs681
praetor -ōris m.pretor, jeden z urzedników w starożytnym RzymieNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe City878
precor -ārīprosić, modlić sięVerb: DeponentReligion492
premō premere pressī pressumnaciskać, dręczyćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōWar and Peace240
pretium -ī n.cena, wartość; pretium operae est: opłaca się, wartoNoun: 2nd DeclensionBusiness/Money629
prex precis f.modlitwa, prośbaNoun: 3rd DeclensionReligion520
prīmumnajpierw, po pierwszeAdverbTime252
prīmus -a -umpierwszyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionTime91
prīnceps -cipisdowódca, twórcaAdjective: 3rd DeclensionThe City317
prīncipium -ī n.początekNoun: 2nd DeclensionTime948
prior priuswcześniejszyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionTime526
prīvātus -a -umprywatny, osobistyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionSocial Life882
prius or priusquamzanimAdverbTime484
prōdla, ze względu na, jako (+abl.)PrepositionNon-Directional Prepositions128
probō -ārepróbować, oceniać; przekonać kogoś (dat.) co do czegoś (acc.)Verb: 1st ConjugationVerbs of Compelling/Directing784
prōcēdō -cēdere -cessī -cessumiść naprzódVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMotion746
proculdalekoAdverbPlace397
prōdō prōdere prōdidī prōditumpublikować; podać dalej; zdradzaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Transport929
proelium -ī n.bitwaNoun: 2nd DeclensionWar and Peace348
proficīscor -ficīscī -fectus sumiść, wyruszaćVerb: DeponentTravel835
prohibeō -ēre -uī -itumzabraniać, trzymać z dalekaVerb: 2nd ConjugationVerbs of Compelling/Directing604
prōmittō -mittere -mīsī -missumobiecywać, ślubowaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Compelling/Directing720
propeprzy, obok; (comp.) propior, (superl.) proximus; (przysł.) blisko, niemalPrepositionPlace189
properō -ārespieszyć, spieszyć sięVerb: 1st ConjugationMotion537
prōpōnō -pōnere -posuī -positumprzedstawiać, wystawiaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōSpeech/Oratory930
proprius -a -umwłasny, właściwyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPronouns/Interrogatives854
propterz powodu (+ acc.)PrepositionNon-Directional Prepositions560
prōsum prodesse profuīpomagać (+ dat.)Verb: IrregularSocial Life373
prōtinusbez przerwy, naprzódAdverbTime903
prōvincia -ae f.prowincja; urządNoun: 1st DeclensionThe City620
pūblicus -a -umpubliczny, państwowyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionThe City517
pudor pudōris m.wstyd, skromnośćNoun: 3rd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics616
puella -ae f.dziewczyna; kochankaNoun: 1st DeclensionPeople233
puer puerī m.chłopiec; sługaNoun: 2nd DeclensionPeople191
pūgna -ae f.walkaNoun: 1st DeclensionViolence650
pūgnō -ārewalczyćVerb: 1st ConjugationViolence708
pulcher -chra -chrumpięknyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionVision569
putō -āremyśleć, przypuszczaćVerb: 1st ConjugationEducation/Knowledge166
336
quaerō -rere -sīvī -sītumszukać, pytaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōEducation/Knowledge113
263
29
quamquamjednak, chociażConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs644
quamvīschociażAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs489
quandōkiedy?; skoro; sī quandō: jeśli kiedykolwiekAdverbPronouns/Interrogatives621
quantum(przysł.) ile? jak bardzo?AdverbPronouns/Interrogatives557
311
quārējak? dlaczego?AdverbPronouns/Interrogatives786
quasijakby AdverbConjunctions/Adverbs938
quattuorczteryAdjective: NumeralMeasurement867
quei (enklityka)ConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs4
531
queror querī questus sumnarzekać, lamentować, żalić sięVerb: DeponentEmotions518
quī quae quodktóryPronounPronouns/Interrogatives3
quiabecauseConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs132
quīcumque quaecumque quodcumquektokolwiek, cokolwiekPronounPronouns/Interrogatives284
quīdam quaedam quoddampewien, ktośPronounPronouns/Interrogatives126
quidemna pewnoAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs136
quiēscō quiēscere quiēvī quiētumbyć spokojnym; spaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōLife and Being969
quīn(przysł.) nawet; (spójnik) żeby nie (+ con.)AdverbConjunctions/Adverbs456
quīppe(przysł.) oczywiścieAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs499
quisquam quicquam/quidquamktoś, cośPronounPronouns/Interrogatives12
quis quidkto? co? który?PronounPronouns/Interrogatives212
quisque quaeque quidquekażdyPronounPronouns/Interrogatives197
nihil, nīlnicNoun: IndeclinableMeasurement55
nimis or nimiumzbyt, za bardzoAdverbPersonality Traits/Characteristics841
nimius -a -umzbyt wielkiAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics502
455
noceō nocēre nocuīszkodzićVerb: 2nd ConjugationViolence509
nōlō nōlle nōluīnie chciećVerb: IrregularEmotions458
nōmen -inis n.imięNoun: 3rd DeclensionSocial Life135
nōnnieAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs6
nōndumjeszcze nieAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs436
nōs nostrum/nostrī nōbīs nōsmyPronounPronouns/Interrogatives51
nōscō nōscere nōvī nōtumpoznać; (perf.) wiedziećVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōEducation/Knowledge347
noster nostra nostrumnaszPronounPronouns/Interrogatives52
nōtus -a -umznanyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics477
novus -a -umnowyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionTime139
nox noctis f.nocNoun: 3rd DeclensionLengths of Time119
nūdus -a -umnagi, pustyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionThe Body545
nūllus -a -umżadenAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPronouns/Interrogatives49
numpartykuła pytajna sugerująca negatywną odpowiedźAdverbPronouns/Interrogatives924
nūmen -inis n.wola bóstwa; bóstwoNoun: 3rd DeclensionReligion452
numerus -ī m.liczbaNoun: 2nd DeclensionMeasurement338
numquamnigdyAdverbTime251
nuncterazAdverbTime50
nūntius -ī m.poseł; wiadomośćNoun: 2nd DeclensionTravel919
obnaprzeciw, ze względu na (+acc)PrepositionPlace449
occīdō -cīdere -cīdī -cīsumzabijaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōViolence801
occupō -āreokupować; uprzedzać kogoś (+ infin.)Verb: 1st ConjugationWar and Peace472
occurrō -currere -cucurrī -cursumbiec naprzeciw; przychodzić na myślVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōEducation/Knowledge677
oculus -ī m.okoNoun: 2nd DeclensionThe Body206
ōdī ōdissenienawidzićVerb: IrregularEmotions790
odium -ī n.nienawiśćNoun: 2nd DeclensionEmotions522
offerō offerre obtulī oblātumdawać, ofiarowaćVerb: IrregularVerbs of Transport812
officium -ī n.służba, obowiązekNoun: 2nd DeclensionThe City607
ōlimkiedyśAdverbTime574
omnis -ecały, każdyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionMeasurement18
onus oneris n.ciężar, podatekNoun: 3rd DeclensionMeasurement842
opera -ae f.trud, pracaNoun: 1st DeclensionBusiness/Money843
oportet -ēre -uitnależy (+ acc. + infin.)Verb: ImpersonalSocial Life806
oppidum -ī n.miastoNoun: 2nd DeclensionThe City635
ops opis f.pomoc, wsparcie, środkiNoun: 3rd DeclensionBusiness/Money318
optō -ārewybieraćVerb: 1st ConjugationPersonality Traits/Characteristics417
opus operis n.pracaNoun: 3rd DeclensionBusiness/Money332
ōrātiō -ōnis f.mowaNoun: 3rd DeclensionSpeech/Oratory736
orbis -is m.krąg; orbis terrārum: światNoun: 3rd DeclensionGeography322
ōrdō -īnis m.rząd, rangaNoun: 3rd DeclensionWar and Peace416
orior orīrī ortus sumpochodzić; zaczynać sięVerb: DeponentTime642
ōrō -āreprosić; mówićVerb: 1st ConjugationReligion755
ōs ōris n.usta, twarzNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Body147
os ossis n.kośćNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Body696
ostendō ostendere ostendī ostentumpokazywaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōOther Senses371
ōtium -ī n.czas wolnyNoun: 2nd DeclensionSocial Life715
paeneprawieAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs944
pār parisrównyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionMeasurement281
160
parcō parcere pepercī parsumoszczędzać (+ dat.)Verb: 3rd Conjugation -ōWar and Peace412
parēns -ntis m./f.rodzicNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Household190
pāreō pārēre pāruībyć posłusznymVerb: 2nd ConjugationVerbs of Compelling/Directing847
pariō parere peperī partumrodzić; dokonywaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōLife and Being829
pars partis f.częśćNoun: 3rd DeclensionMeasurement65
parumza małoAdverbMeasurement204
parvus -a -ummałyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement143
pateō patēre patuīrozciągać się; być oczywistymVerb: 2nd ConjugationGeography550
pater patris m.ojciec, przodekNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Household71
patior patī passus sumpozwalać, wytrzymywać, cierpiećVerb: DeponentVerbs of Compelling/Directing185
patria -ae f.ojczyzna, krajNoun: 1st DeclensionGeography342
paucī -ae -anieliczniAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement858
paulō, paulummałoAdverbMeasurement872
pauper -erisbiednyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionBusiness/Money844
pāx pācis f.pokójNoun: 3rd DeclensionWar and Peace388
peccō -ārepopełniać błąd, grzeszyćVerb: 1st ConjugationJustice792
pectus -oris n.klatka piersiowa, piersiNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Body183
pecūnia -ae f.pieniądzNoun: 1st DeclensionBusiness/Money530
pecus -oris n.trzoda, bydłoNoun: 3rd DeclensionAnimals/Plants566
pellō pellere pepulī pulsumrzucać, uderzać, wyganiaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōViolence563
pendō pendere pependī pēnsumważyć, wieszać; płacićVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōBusiness/Money988
perprzez (+acc.)PrepositionPlace30
perdō -dere -didī -ditumgubić, niszczyćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōViolence488
pereō -īre -iī -itumginąćVerb: IrregularViolence268
pergō pergere perrēxī perrēctumkontynuować; wyruszaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMotion821
perīculum -ī n.niebezpieczeństwoNoun: 2nd DeclensionViolence265
permittō -mittere -mīsī -missumpozwalaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Compelling/Directing702
perpetuus -a -umciągłyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionLengths of Time891
pertineō -tinēre -tinuīsięgać; odnosić się do czegośVerb: 2nd ConjugationEducation/Knowledge866
perveniō -venīre -vēnī -ventumdochodzić, docieraćVerb: 4th ConjugationTravel409
pēs pedis m.stopaNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Body199
petō petere petīvī petītumszukać, dążyćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMotion83
pietās -tātis f.obowiązkowość, pobożność, szacunekNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Household767
pius -a -umobowiązkowy, sprawiedliwy, pobożnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics748
placeō placēre placuī placitumpodobać sięVerb: 2nd ConjugationSocial Life287
plēbs plēbis f.ludNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe City649
plēnus -a -umpełnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement459
plērumquezwykleAdverbMeasurement974
plērus- plēra- plērumquenajwiększa część, większośćAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement968
poena -ae f.karaNoun: 1st DeclensionJustice223
poēta -ae m.poetaNoun: 1st DeclensionWriting/Poetry913
pondus ponderis n.wagaNoun: 3rd DeclensionMeasurement636
pōnō pōnere posuī positumpołożyć; odłożyćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Transport102
legō legere lēgī lēctumzbierać, czytaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōWriting/Poetry419
levis -elekki, trywialnyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionMeasurement220
lēx lēgis f.prawoNoun: 3rd DeclensionJustice264
līber lībera līberumwolny; līberī (m. pl.): dzieciAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionJustice229
liber librī m.książkaNoun: 2nd DeclensionWriting/Poetry901
lībertās -ātis f.wolnośćNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe City495
libet libēre libuit or libitum estpodoba się (+ dat. + infin.)Verb: ImpersonalSocial Life729
libīdō -inis f.chęć, chućNoun: 3rd DeclensionLove761
licetchociażConjunctionJustice778
licet licēre licuit licitum estmożna (+ dat. + infin.)Verb: ImpersonalJustice175
līmen līminis n.prógNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe House516
lingua -ae f.językNoun: 1st DeclensionThe Body732
littera -ae f.litera, (pl.) literatura, listNoun: 1st DeclensionWriting/Poetry710
lītus -oris n.brzegNoun: 3rd DeclensionGeography245
locus -ī m.miejsce; loca (n. pl.) regionNoun: 2nd DeclensionGeography62
longēdaleko, długoAdverbMeasurement400
longus -a -umdługi, dalekiAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement142
loquor loquī locūtus summówićVerb: DeponentSpeech/Oratory310
lūmen luminis n.światłoNoun: 3rd DeclensionVision375
lūna -ae f.księżycNoun: 1st DeclensionAir and Fire902
lūx lūcis f.światło dniaNoun: 3rd DeclensionAir and Fire299
maestus -a -umsmutny; zasmucającyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionEmotions669
magisbardziejAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs90
magister magistrī m.mistrz, nauczyciel, przełożonyNoun: 2nd DeclensionEducation/Knowledge933
māgnitūdō -inis f.wielkość, rozmiarNoun: 3rd DeclensionMeasurement672
māgnus -a -umwielkiAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement25
māiōrēs māiōrum m.przodkowieNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Household764
male(przysł.) źleAdverbPersonality Traits/Characteristics603
mālō mālle māluīwolećVerb: IrregularEmotions598
malus -a -umzłyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics227
maneō manēre mānsī mānsumpozostawaćVerb: 2nd ConjugationTravel357
manus -ūs f.rękaNoun: 4th DeclensionThe Body48
mare -is n.morzeNoun: 3rd DeclensionEarth and Water125
marītus -ī m.mążNoun: 2nd DeclensionThe Household654
māter mātris f.matkaNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Household127
māteria -ae f.materiał, temat, przyczyna; talentNoun: 1st DeclensionSpeech/Oratory857
medius -a -umśrodkowyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPlace162
membrum -ī n.część ciałaNoun: 2nd DeclensionThe Body481
meminī meminissepamiętaćVerb: IrregularEducation/Knowledge670
memoria -ae f.pamięćNoun: 1st DeclensionEducation/Knowledge627
mēns mentis f.umysłNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Body173
mēnsa -ae f.stółNoun: 1st DeclensionThe House747
mereō merēre meruī meritumzasługiwać; odbywać służbę wojskowąVerb: 2nd ConjugationBusiness/Money852
metuō metuere metuībać sięVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōEmotions429
metus -ūs m.strachNoun: 4th DeclensionEmotions215
meus -a -ummójPronounPronouns/Interrogatives41
mīles -itis m.żołnierzNoun: 3rd DeclensionWar and Peace161
mīlle (pl.) mīliatysiącAdjective: NumeralMeasurement247
mīror mīrārī mīrātus sumdziwić się, podziwiać (+ acc.)Verb: DeponentEmotions504
misceō miscēre miscuī mixtummieszaćVerb: 2nd ConjugationEarth and Water425
miser misera miserumnieszczęśliwy, żałosnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionEmotions137
mittō mittere mīsī missumposyłaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Compelling/Directing114
modowłaśnie, dopiero co; modo ... modo: już to ... już to, czasem… czasemAdverbTime152
modus -ī m.sposób, miaraNoun: 2nd DeclensionMeasurement195
moenia -ium n. pl.mury obronne, fortyfikacjeNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe City593
mollis -emiękki, delikatnyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionOther Senses356
moneō monēre monuī monitumostrzegać, napominaćVerb: 2nd ConjugationSpeech/Oratory711
mōns montis m.góraNoun: 3rd DeclensionGeography242
mora -ae f.zwłoka, przeszkodaNoun: 1st DeclensionTime399
morbus -ī m.chorobaNoun: 2nd DeclensionThe Body658
morior morī mortuus sumumieraćVerb: DeponentLife and Being253
moror morārī morātus sumzwlekaćVerb: DeponentTime581
mors mortis f.śmierćNoun: 3rd DeclensionLife and Being95
mortālis -eśmiertelnyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionLife and Being950
mōs mōris m.zwyczaj; (pl.) charakterNoun: 3rd DeclensionSocial Life181
moveō -ēre mōvī mōtumporuszaćVerb: 2nd ConjugationMotion192
moxwkrótceAdverbTime469
43
mulier -eris f.kobietaNoun: 3rd DeclensionPeople961
multitūdō -inis f.wielka liczbaNoun: 3rd DeclensionMeasurement733
mundus -a -umczysty, eleganckiAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics997
mundus -ī m.świat, ziemia, nieboNoun: 2nd DeclensionEarth and Water350
mūnus mūneris n.dar; obowiązek; (pl.) widowiskoNoun: 3rd DeclensionSocial Life276
mūrus -ī m.murNoun: 2nd DeclensionThe House508
mūtō -ārezmieniać, zmieniać sięVerb: 1st ConjugationMaking/Doing315
nam or namquebowiem, ponieważConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs61
narrō -āreopowiadać, relacjonowaćVerb: 1st ConjugationSpeech/Oratory910
nāscor nāscī nātus sumrodzić sięVerb: DeponentLife and Being266
nātūra -ae f.naturaNoun: 1st DeclensionLife and Being180
nātus -ī m.synNoun: 2nd DeclensionThe Household211
nāvis -is f.okrętNoun: 3rd DeclensionTravel353
ne (enclitic)czy?AdverbPronouns/Interrogatives238
ażeby nieConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs47
neci nie; nec ... nec, ani ... ani; → nequeConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs19
necesse (indecl. adj.)konieczneAdjective: IndeclinableBusiness/Money773
necessitās -tātis f.potrzebaNoun: 3rd DeclensionBusiness/Money911
nefāsniesprawiedliwość, bezbożnośćNoun: IndeclinableJustice541
negō -ārezaprzeczać, mówić, że nieVerb: 1st ConjugationSpeech/Oratory294
negōtium -ī n.interes, zajęcieNoun: 2nd DeclensionBusiness/Money846
nēmōnikt (gen. nūllīus, dat. nūllī, abl. nūllō lub nūllā → nūllus -a -um)PronounPronouns/Interrogatives179
nemus nemoris n.gaj, lasNoun: 3rd DeclensionAnimals/Plants461
nequei nie; neque ... neque, ani ... ani; → necConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs72
nesciō -scīrenie wiedziećVerb: 4th ConjugationEducation/Knowledge525
nisi, nījeśli nieConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs100
niger nigra nigrumczarnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionVision634
hodiēdzisiajAdverbLengths of Time981
homō hominis m.człowiekNoun: 3rd DeclensionPeople88
honestus -a -umpoważanyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics580
honor -ōris m.honor, sława; godność, urządNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe City290
hōra -ae f.godzinaNoun: 1st DeclensionLengths of Time664
hortor hortārī hortātus sumprzekonywać, namawiać, pobudzaćVerb: DeponentSpeech/Oratory887
hospes hospitis m.gość, przyjaciel; obcy; gospodarzNoun: 3rd DeclensionSocial Life873
hostis -is m./f.wróg, obcyNoun: 3rd DeclensionWar and Peace93
hūcto tego miejscaAdverbPlace368
hūmānus -a -umludzkiAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPeople355
humus -ī f.ziemia; humī: na ziemiNoun: 2nd DeclensionEarth and Water740
iaceō iacēre iacuīleżećVerb: 2nd ConjugationThe House228
iaciō iacere iēcī iactumrzucaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōAthletics899
iamjużAdverbTime34
ibitamAdverbPlace619
īctus -ūs m.uderzenieNoun: 4th DeclensionViolence819
īdem eadem idemten samPronounPronouns/Interrogatives59
ideōtoteżAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs679
igiturwięc, toteżConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs313
ignis -is m.ogieńNoun: 3rd DeclensionAir and Fire151
ille illa illudtamten, tamta, tamtoPronounPronouns/Interrogatives8
illīctam, na tamtym miejscu; illinc: stamtądAdverbPlace396
illūcdo tamtego miejscaAdverbPlace955
imāgō -inis f.obraz, forma, podobiznaNoun: 3rd DeclensionVision754
imperātor -ōris m.imperator, dowódcaNoun: 3rd DeclensionWar and Peace723
imperium -ī n.dowództwo, władzaNoun: 2nd DeclensionWar and Peace200
imperō -āredowodzićVerb: 1st ConjugationWar and Peace602
impetus -ūs m.atakNoun: 4th DeclensionViolence421
impleō -ēre -plēvī -plētumwypełniaćVerb: 2nd ConjugationEarth and Water671
impōnō -ere -posuī -positumkłaść na czymś, nakładać na kogośVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMeasurement437
inw, na (+ abl.); w, do, na (+ acc)PrepositionPlace5
incidō incidere incidīwpadać; wydarzyć sięVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMotion871
incipiō -cipere -cēpī -ceptumrozpoczynaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōTime411
indestądAdverbPlace328
indicō -ārepokazywać, oznajmiaćVerb: 1st ConjugationSpeech/Oratory980
īnferō īnferre intulī illātumwrzucić; bellum īnferre: wypowiedzieć wojnęVerb: IrregularWar and Peace742
īnferus -a -umniski; īnferior: niższy; īnfimus lub īmus: najniższyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionGeography428
ingenium -ī n.talent, zdolnośćNoun: 2nd DeclensionEducation/Knowledge387
ingēns ingentiswielki, ogromnyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionMeasurement202
ingrātus -a -um:niemiły, nieprzyjemnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics592
ingredior -gredī -gressus sum:wchodzić, kroczyćVerb: DeponentMotion885
inimīcus -a -um:nieprzyjacielski, wrogiAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics952
initium -ī n.:początekNoun: 2nd DeclensionTime865
iniūria -ae f.:niesprawiedliwość, krzywdaNoun: 1st DeclensionJustice381
inquam, inquis, inquit, inquiunt:mówić (w mowie niezależnej(Verb: IrregularSpeech/Oratory163
īnstituō -stituere -stituī -stitūtum:podejmować; ustawiaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMaking/Doing931
īnsula -ae f.:wyspaNoun: 1st DeclensionGeography908
integer -gra -grum:nietknięty, cały, świeżyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics815
intellegō -legere -lēxī -lēctum:rozumiećVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōEducation/Knowledge512
intendō -tendere -tendī -tentum:napinać; wyciągaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMotion895
interpomiędzy; w czasie (+ acc.)PrepositionPlace64
interficiō -ficere -fēcī -fectumzabijaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōViolence699
interimw międzyczasieAdverbTime693
interrogō -ārepytać (+ acc.)Verb: 1st ConjugationSpeech/Oratory953
intersum -esse -fuībyć pomiędzy; brać udział (+dat.); interest, komuś zależy (+ gen.)Verb: IrregularPlace760
intrāwewnątrz (+ acc.)PrepositionPlace704
intrō -ārewwchodzićVerb: 1st ConjugationMotion766
inveniō -venīre -vēnī -ventumznajdować, wynajdywaćVerb: 4th ConjugationTravel316
invidia -ae f.zazdrość, nieżyczliwośćNoun: 1st DeclensionEmotions707
ipse ipsa ipsumon sam, ona sama, ono samoPronounPronouns/Interrogatives22
īra irae f.gniewNoun: 1st DeclensionEmotions187
īrāscor īrāscī īrātus sumgniewać się; īrātus -a -um: zagniewanyVerb: DeponentEmotions809
is ea idon, ona, onoPronounPronouns/Interrogatives13
iste ista istudten, ten twój; przysł. istīc lub istūc: tam; istinc: stamtądPronounPronouns/Interrogatives81
itatak, w taki sposóbAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs120
itaqueprzeto, toteżConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs208
itemrównieżAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs932
iter itineris n.droga, podróżNoun: 3rd DeclensionTravel230
iterumznówAdverbTime758
iubeō iubēre iussī iussumnakazywaćVerb: 2nd ConjugationJustice84
iūdex iūdicis m.sędziaNoun: 3rd DeclensionJustice839
iūdicium -ī n.sąd, decyzja, procesNoun: 2nd DeclensionJustice749
iūdicō -āreosądzać; być jakiegoś zdaniaVerb: 1st ConjugationJustice565
iugum -ī n.jarzmo; grzbiet górskiNoun: 2nd DeclensionAnimals/Plants335
iungō iungere iūnxī iūnctumłączyćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMaking/Doing513
iūrō -āreprzyrzekać; iūs iūrium, przysięgaVerb: 1st ConjugationJustice896
iūs iūris n.prawo, sądNoun: 3rd DeclensionJustice314
iūstus -a -umsprawiedliwy, prawyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionJustice770
iuvenis -is m.młodzieniecNoun: 3rd DeclensionPeople277
iuvō iuvāre iūvī iūtumpomagać; cieszyćVerb: 1st ConjugationSocial Life390
labor -ōris m.praca, trudNoun: 3rd DeclensionBusiness/Money201
labōrō -āretrudzić się, pracować; cierpiećVerb: 1st ConjugationBusiness/Money900
lacrima -ae f.łzaNoun: 1st DeclensionEmotions354
laedō laedere laesī laesumranić, uderzaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōViolence783
laetus -a -umradosny, zadowolonyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionEmotions262
lapis lapidis m.kamieńNoun: 3rd DeclensionEarth and Water840
lateō latēre latuīchować sięVerb: 2nd ConjugationDeception695
lātus -a -umszerokiAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement382
latus -eris n.bok, flankaNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Body824
laudō -ārechwalićVerb: 1st ConjugationSocial Life435
laus laudis f.chwała, sławaNoun: 3rd DeclensionSocial Life444
lēgātus -ī m.poseł; dowódca w zastępstwie konsulaNoun: 2nd DeclensionWar and Peace464
legiō -ōnis f.legionNoun: 3rd DeclensionWar and Peace370
eques equitis m.jeździec; ekwitaNoun: 3rd DeclensionWar and Peace296
equus -ī m.końNoun: 2nd DeclensionAnimals/Plants248
ergōwięcConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs134
ēripiō -ripere -ripuī -reptumwyrywać; ratowaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōVerbs of Transport349
errō -ārebłądzićVerb: 1st ConjugationTravel402
error -ōris m.błądzenie; błądNoun: 3rd DeclensionTravel832
etiConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs1
etiamteżAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs67
ex, ēz (+ abl.)PrepositionPlace26
excipiō -cipere -cēpī -ceptumwyciągaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōVerbs of Transport394
exemplum -ī n.przykład, kopiaNoun: 2nd DeclensionSpeech/Oratory519
exeō -īre -iī -itumwychodzićVerb: IrregularMotion597
exerceō -ercēre -ercuī -ercitumćwiczyć, kształcićVerb: 2nd ConjugationAthletics576
exercitus -ūs m.wojskoNoun: 4th DeclensionWar and Peace267
exigō -igere -ēgī -āctumwypędzać; ściągać (pieniądze)Verb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Compelling/Directing500
exīstimō -āremyśleć, sądzićVerb: 1st ConjugationEducation/Knowledge613
experior -perīrī -pertus sumpróbować, doświadczać, sprawdzaćVerb: DeponentEducation/Knowledge713
exsilium -ī n.wygnanieNoun: 2nd DeclensionTravel794
exspectō -āreczekać, wypatrywaćVerb: 1st ConjugationVision442
extrēmus -a -umostatni, najdalszy, końcowyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionGeography385
fābula -ae f.opowieść, historiaNoun: 1st DeclensionWriting/Poetry966
faciēs -ēī f.wygląd, twarzNoun: 5th DeclensionVision479
facilis -eprostyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics451
facinus facinoris n.przestępstwo, zbrodnia, czynNoun: 3rd DeclensionJustice646
faciō facere fēcī factumrobićVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōMaking/Doing32
factum -ī n.czyn, postępekNoun: 2nd DeclensionMaking/Doing611
fallō fallere fefellī falsumokłamywać, zwodzićVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōDeception503
falsus -a -umfałszywy, nieprawdziwyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionDeception633
fāma -ae f.plotka, famaNoun: 1st DeclensionSpeech/Oratory278
famēs -is f.głódNoun: 3rd DeclensionLife and Being828
familia -ae f.dom; rodzinaNoun: 1st DeclensionThe Household943
fateor fatērī fassus sumwyznać; przyznaćVerb: DeponentJustice689
fātum -ī n.los; śmierćNoun: 2nd DeclensionReligion157
fax facis f.pochodniaNoun: 3rd DeclensionAir and Fire511
fēlīciterszczęśliwieAdverbPersonality Traits/Characteristics994
fēlīx -īcisszczęśliwyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics309
fēmina -ae f.kobietaNoun: 1st DeclensionPeople501
222
ferēprawieAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs907
ferō ferre tulī lātumnieść; wytrzymywaćVerb: IrregularVerbs of Transport45
ferrum -ī n.żelazo, brońNoun: 2nd DeclensionViolence231
fessus -a -umzmęczonyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionLife and Being625
fidēlis -ewiernyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics979
fidēs -eī f.zaufanie, wiaraNoun: 5th DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics184
fīlia -ae f.; fīlius -ī m.córka; synNoun: 1st DeclensionThe Household909
fingō fingere fīnxī fīctumwymyślać, tworzyćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMaking/Doing721
fīnis -is m.koniec, granicaNoun: 3rd DeclensionGeography236
fīō fierī factus sumstawać sięVerb: IrregularLife and Being146
flamma -ae f.płomień, ogieńNoun: 1st DeclensionAir and Fire298
fleō flēre flēvī flētumpłakaćVerb: 2nd ConjugationEmotions457
flōs flōris m.kwiatNoun: 3rd DeclensionAnimals/Plants818
fluctus -ūs mpowódź, fala, burzaNoun: 4th DeclensionEarth and Water498
flūmen -inis n.rzeka, strumieńNoun: 3rd DeclensionEarth and Water283
fluō fluere fluxī fluxumpłynąćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōEarth and Water772
foedus -a -umbrzydkiAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionOther Senses922
fōns fontis m.źródło, przyczyna, początekNoun: 3rd DeclensionEarth and Water706
for fārī fātus summówićVerb: DeponentSpeech/Oratory739
fōrma -ae f.kształt; pięknoNoun: 1st DeclensionOther Senses422
fors fortis f.przypadekNoun: 3rd DeclensionReligion993
833
fortēprzypadkiem, możeAdverbReligion579
fortis -eodważny, dzielny, silnyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics286
fortūna -ae f.los, szczęścieNoun: 1st DeclensionReligion138
forum -ī n.forum, plac targowyNoun: 2nd DeclensionThe City811
frangō frangere frēgī frāctumłamaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōViolence345
frāter frātris m.bratNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Household225
frequēns -ntisczęsty, licznyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionMeasurement918
frōns frontis f.czoło, przód czegośNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Body559
frūctus -ūs m.owoc, produkt; przyjemność; nagrodaNoun: 4th DeclensionAnimals/Plants927
frūmentum -ī n.ziarno, zbożeNoun: 2nd DeclensionAnimals/Plants936
fruor fruī frūctus sumcieszyć się, korzystać (+ abl.)Verb: DeponentEmotions923
frūstrāna próżnoAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs694
fuga -ae f.ucieczkaNoun: 1st DeclensionTravel364
fugiō fugere fūgī fugitumuciekaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōTravel177
fugō -ārewyganiaćVerb: 1st ConjugationTravel957
fundō fundere fūdī fūsumlać, wysypywaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōEarth and Water523
fūnus fūneris n.pogrzeb; śmierć; trupNoun: 3rd DeclensionReligion524
furor -ōris m.furia, gniew, wściekłośćNoun: 3rd DeclensionEmotions466
fore= futūrum esseVerb: IrregularLife and Being985
gaudeō gaudēre gāvīsus sumcieszyć sięVerb: 2nd ConjugationEmotions407
gaudium -ī n.radość, przyjemnośćNoun: 2nd DeclensionEmotions727
gēns gentis f.ród, rodzinaNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Household194
genus generis n.pochodzenie, ródNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Household170
gerō gerere gessī gestumnieść; bellum gerere, toczyć wojnęVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōWar and Peace237
gīgnō gīgnere genuī genitumrodzić; powodowaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōLife and Being667
gladius -ī m.mieczNoun: 2nd DeclensionWar and Peace862
glōria -ae f.chwała, sławaNoun: 1st DeclensionSocial Life360
gradus -ūs m.krok; rangaNoun: 4th DeclensionWar and Peace577
grātia -ae f.wdzięk; łaska; wdzięcznośćNoun: 1st DeclensionSocial Life380
grātus -a -ummiły, wdzięcznyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics434
gravis -eciężki, powaznyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionMeasurement140
habeō habēre habuī habitummiećVerb: 2nd ConjugationOther Senses39
haudnieAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs226
hic haec hocten, ta, toPronounPronouns/Interrogatives7
hīctu; hinc: stądAdverbPlace80
hiems hiemis f.zimaNoun: 3rd DeclensionLengths of Time803
convertō -vertere -vertī -versumobracać; obracać sięVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMotion834
convīvium -iī n.ucztaNoun: 2nd DeclensionSocial Life921
cōpia -ae f.obfitość; (pl.) wojskoNoun: 1st DeclensionWar and Peace331
cor cordis n.serce; cordī est, leżeć na sercu, być drogim (+ dat.)Noun: 3rd DeclensionThe Body795
cornu -ūs n.rógNoun: 4th DeclensionAnimals/Plants591
corpus corporis n.ciałoNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Body75
corrumpō -rumpere -rūpī -ruptumpsuć, niszczyćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōViolence870
crēdō crēdere crēdidī crēditumwierzyćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōEducation/Knowledge109
creō -āretworzyć; wybieraćVerb: 1st ConjugationMaking/Doing978
crēscō crēscere crēvī crētumrosnąćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōAnimals/Plants609
crīmen -inis n.oskarżenie, zbrodniaNoun: 3rd DeclensionJustice475
culpa -ae f.winaNoun: 1st DeclensionJustice769
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cūnctus -a -umrazem, wszyscyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement292
cupīdō -inis f.chęć, żądzaNoun: 3rd DeclensionLove906
cupiō -ere -īvī -ītumchciećVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōLove441
cūrdlaczego?AdverbPronouns/Interrogatives404
cūra -ae f.troska, staranieNoun: 1st DeclensionLove186
cūrō -āretroszczyć się (+ acc.)Verb: 1st ConjugationLove743
currō currere cucurrī cursumbiecVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōAthletics562
currus -ūs m.wózNoun: 4th DeclensionAthletics491
cursus -ūs m.bieg, jazda, drogaNoun: 4th DeclensionAthletics351
custōs custōdis m.strażnikNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Household622
damnō -ārepotępiaćVerb: 1st ConjugationJustice751
damnum -ī n.szkoda, karaNoun: 2nd DeclensionViolence926
z, o (+ abl.)PrepositionPlace46
deus -ī m.; dea -ae f.bóg; boginiNoun: 2nd DeclensionReligion42
dēbeō dēbēre dēbuī dēbitumbyć dłużnym, musiećVerb: 2nd ConjugationBusiness/Money155
decemdziesięćAdjective: NumeralMeasurement914
dēcernō -cernere -crēvī -crētumdecydować, postanawiaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōEducation/Knowledge800
decet decēre decuītprzystoi, wypada (+ acc. + infin.)Verb: ImpersonalPersonality Traits/Characteristics718
decus decoris n.piękno, ozdobaNoun: 3rd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics548
dēdūcō -dūcere -dūxī -ductumodprowadzać; zabieraćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōTravel661
dēfendō -fendere -fendī -fēnsumbronić, strzecVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōWar and Peace653
dēferō -ferre -tulī -lātumodprowadzać; donosićVerb: IrregularVerbs of Transport805
deficiō -ficere -fēcī -fectumbrakować; opuszczaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōWar and Peace676
deinde/deinnastępnieAdverbTime150
dēniquew końcuAdverbTime796
dēscendō -scendere -scendī -scēnsumschodzićVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōTravel802
dēserō -ere dēseruī dēsertumpozostawiaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMotion544
dēsīderō -ārepragnąćVerb: 1st ConjugationLove892
dēsinō -sinere -siī -situmprzestawać, zostawiaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMotion624
dēsum -esse -fuībrakowaćVerb: IrregularBusiness/Money463
dexter -tra -trumprawy; dextera -ae f.: prawa rękaAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPlace260
dīcō dīcere dīxī dictummówić; causam dīcere, bronić kogoś w sądzie; diem dīcere, wyznaczać dzieńVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōSpeech/Oratory33
diēs diēī m./f.dzieńNoun: 5th DeclensionLengths of Time54
differō differre distulī dīlātumrozpraszać; rozgłaszać; różnić się; odkładaćVerb: IrregularMaking/Doing880
difficilis -etrudnyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics861
dīgnitās -ātis f.godność, honor, urządNoun: 3rd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics956
dīgnus -a -umgodnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics291
dīligō -ligere -lēxī -lēctumkochać, lubićVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōLove973
dīmittō -mittere -mīsī -missumodsyłaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Compelling/Directing777
discēdō -ere -cessī -cessumodchodzićVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōTravel726
disciplīna -ae f.nauczanie; naukaNoun: 1st DeclensionEducation/Knowledge982
discō -ere didicīuczyć sięVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōEducation/Knowledge465
diū:długoAdverbTime361
dīversus -a -umróżny, różnorodnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionOther Senses641
dīves dīvitisbogaty (poet. dīs, dītis)Adjective: 3rd DeclensionBusiness/Money564
dīvidō -ere dīvīsī dīvīsumdzielićVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMaking/Doing628
dīvitiae -ārum f. pl.bogactwo, majątekNoun: 1st DeclensionBusiness/Money712
dīvus -a -umboskiAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionReligion962
dō dare dedī datumdawaćVerb: 1st ConjugationSocial Life28
doceō -ēre -uī doctumnauczaćVerb: 2nd ConjugationEducation/Knowledge393
doleō -ēre doluīboleć, cierpiećVerb: 2nd ConjugationEmotions785
dolor -ōris m.ból, cierpienieNoun: 3rd DeclensionEmotions193
dolus -ī m.podstępNoun: 2nd DeclensionDeception701
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domus -ūs f.domNoun: 4th DeclensionThe House73
dōnecaż doConjunctionTime771
dōnō -āreobdarowywać (+ acc. osoby i abl. rzeczy)Verb: 1st ConjugationSocial Life606
dōnum -ī n.darNoun: 2nd DeclensionSocial Life476
dormiō -īrespaćVerb: 4th ConjugationLife and Being975
dubitō -ārezwklekać, wątpićVerb: 1st ConjugationEducation/Knowledge521
dubius -a -umwątpliwy, sine dubiō, bez wątpieniaAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionDeception528
dūcō dūcere dūxī ductumprowadzić; uxōrem dūcere, brać za żonęVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Compelling/Directing133
dulcis -esłodkiAdjective: 3rd DeclensionOther Senses383
dumpodczas gdy (+ indic.); dopóki (+ con.); o ile (+ con.)ConjunctionTime103
duo duae duodwaAdjective: NumeralMeasurement221
dūrus -a -umtrudnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionOther Senses249
dux ducis m./f.wódzNoun: 3rd DeclensionWar and Peace239
ecceotoAdverbVision643
ēdīcō -dīcere -dīxī -dictumoznajmiaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōSpeech/Oratory996
ēdō ēdere ēdidī ēditumwydawać; wskazywaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōSpeech/Oratory688
ēdūcō -dūcere -dūxī -ductumwyprowadzaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Compelling/Directing935
efficiō -ficere -fēcī -fectumwykonywać; spowodować (+ ut + con.)Verb: 3rd Conjugation -iōMaking/Doing573
effundō -fundere -fūdī -fūsumwylewaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōEarth and Water719
ego meī mihi mējaPronounPronouns/Interrogatives11
ēgredior ēgredī ēgressus sumwychodzić, wyruszać; czynić dygresje (+ abl.)Verb: DeponentTravel912
ēgregius -a -umwyjątkowy, nadzwyczajnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics860
ēligō ēligere ēlēgī ēlēctumwybieraćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōThe City942
enimbowiemConjunctionPronouns/Interrogatives57
(przysł.) tam, do tego miejscaAdverbPlace470
eō īre iī/īvī itumchodzićVerb: IrregularMotion97
951
auris -is f.uchoNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Body366
aurum -ī n.złotoNoun: 2nd DeclensionBusiness/Money303
autlubConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs24
autemale, lecz; następnieConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs123
auxilium -ī n.pomoc, wsparcie; (pl.) posiłkiNoun: 2nd DeclensionWar and Peace543
barbarus -ī m.obcokrajowiec, barbarzyńcaNoun: 2nd DeclensionWar and Peace768
beātus -a -umszczęśliwy, pomyślnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics408
bellum -ī n.wojnaNoun: 2nd DeclensionWar and Peace86
benedobrzeAdverbPersonality Traits/Characteristics235
beneficium -ī n.uprzejmość, dobrodziejstwoNoun: 2nd DeclensionSocial Life182
bonus -a -umdobryAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics68
bōs bovis m.wół, krowa; gen. pl. boumNoun: 3rd DeclensionAnimals/Plants808
brevis -ekrótki, powierzchownyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionMeasurement589
breviterkrótkoAdverbMeasurement992
cadō cadere cecidī cāsumupadać; ginąćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōViolence210
caecus -a -umślepy; ciemnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionVision728
caedēs -is f.zabójstwo, rzeźNoun: 3rd DeclensionViolence415
caedō caedere cecīdī caesumbić, powalać, zabijaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōViolence612
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caelum -ī n.nieboNoun: 2nd DeclensionAir and Fire117
campus -ī m.poleNoun: 2nd DeclensionEarth and Water391
candidus -a -umjasnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionVision692
canis -is m./f.piesNoun: 3rd DeclensionAnimals/Plants687
canō canere cecinī cantumśpiewaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōWriting/Poetry389
capiō capere cēpī captumchwytaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōWar and Peace131
caput capitis n.głowaNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Body124
careō -ēre -uībyć pozbawionym czegoś (+ abl.)Verb: 2nd ConjugationBusiness/Money572
carmen -inis n.pieśńNoun: 3rd DeclensionWriting/Poetry254
cārus -a -umdrogiAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics462
castrum -ī n.zamek, twierdza (zazwyczaj w liczbie mnogiej)Noun: 2nd DeclensionWar and Peace224
castus -a -umczysty, nienaruszonyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics838
cāsus -ūs m.upadek; wypadek, wydarzenieNoun: 4th DeclensionViolence344
caveō cavēre cāvī cautumuważać, strzec sięVerb: 2nd ConjugationViolence941
causa -ae f.przyczyna; gen. + causā, z powodu, ze względu na, dlaNoun: 1st DeclensionSpeech/Oratory107
cēdō cēdere cessī cessumiść; ustępowaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōWar and Peace304
celebrō -āreuczęszczać; obchodzić świętoVerb: 1st ConjugationThe City893
celer -is -eszybkiAdjective: 3rd DeclensionTime745
celeriterszybkoAdverbTime967
cēnseō cēnsēre cēnsuī cēnsumoceniać; myśleć, sądzićVerb: 2nd ConjugationEducation/Knowledge928
centumstoAdjective: NumeralMeasurement730
cernō cernere crēvī crētumdostrzegać; rozdzielaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōEducation/Knowledge655
certēz pewnościąAdverbMeasurement601
certō -ārewspółzawodniczyć, walczyćVerb: 1st ConjugationAthletics864
certus -a -umpewny, stałyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement285
cēterumale, zresztąAdverbPronouns/Interrogatives571
cēterus -a -umpozostałyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPronouns/Interrogatives596
cibus -ī m.jedzenieNoun: 2nd DeclensionLife and Being863
cingō cingere cīnxī cīnctumotoczyć, opasaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōWar and Peace814
cinis cineris m./f.popiół, gróbNoun: 3rd DeclensionAir and Fire779
circāwokół (przysł. i przyim. +acc.)PrepositionPlace735
590
cīvis -is m./f.obywatelNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe City471
cīvitās -ātis f.państwo, obywatelstwoNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe City346
clāmor -ōris m.krzyk, hałasNoun: 3rd DeclensionSpeech/Oratory605
clārus -a -umjasny, sławnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics395
classis -is f.flota, oddział wojska, klasaNoun: 3rd DeclensionWar and Peace505
claudō claudere clausī clausumzamykaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōThe House392
coepī coepisse coeptuszaczynaćVerb: IrregularTime312
cōgitō -āremyśleć, rozważaćVerb: 1st ConjugationEducation/Knowledge515
cōgnōscō -gnōscere -gnōvī -gnitumdowiadywać się, poznawaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōEducation/Knowledge339
cōgō cōgere coēgī coāctumzmuszać; zbieraćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Compelling/Directing250
cohors cohortis f.kohorta; orszakNoun: 3rd DeclensionWar and Peace666
colligō -ere -lēgī -lēctumzbieraćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Compelling/Directing820
colō colere coluī cultumzamieszkiwać; uprawiaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōAnimals/Plants333
color -ōris m.kolorNoun: 3rd DeclensionVision725
coma -ae f.włosyNoun: 1st DeclensionThe Body405
comes comitis m./f.towarzyszNoun: 3rd DeclensionSocial Life448
committō -mittere -mīsī -missumłączyć, powierzać (+ dat.); wykonaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōSocial Life608
commūnis -epowszechny, zwyczajowyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionThe City660
comparō -āreprzygotowywać; porównywaćVerb: 1st ConjugationBusiness/Money890
compōnō -pōnere posuī positumbudować, układać, tworzyćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMaking/Doing443
concēdō -cēdere -cessī -cessumwycofywać sięVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōWar and Peace663
condīciō -ōnis f.układ, warunekNoun: 3rd DeclensionBusiness/Money920
condō -dere -didī -ditumbudować; chowaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōThe City540
cōnferō cōnferre contulī collātumzbieraćVerb: IrregularVerbs of Transport645
cōnficiō -ficere -fēcī -fectumwykonać; zniszczyć, zabićVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōViolence894
cōnfiteor cōnfitērī cōnfessus sumprzyznać się; wyznawać; ujawniaćVerb: DeponentJustice972
coniunx coniugis m./f.małożnek, mąż, żonaNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe Household218
cōnor cōnārī cōnātus sumpróbowaćVerb: DeponentMaking/Doing905
cōnsequor -sequī -secūtus sumnastępować, naśladować, osiągaćVerb: DeponentMotion917
cōnsilium -ī n.plan; porada, radaNoun: 2nd DeclensionThe City217
cōnsistō -sistere -stitīstanąć; zależeć od czegośVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōSpeech/Oratory780
cōnstituō -stituere -stituī -stitūtumustanawiać; ustawiaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMaking/Doing652
cōnstō -stāre -stitīzgadzać się; constat, wiadomo, że (+ acc. i infin.)Verb: 1st ConjugationSpeech/Oratory731
cōnsuētūdo -inis f.zwyczajNoun: 3rd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics954
cōnsul -ulis m.konsulNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe City321
cōnsulō -sulere -suluī -sultumplanować (+ acc.); troszczyć się o kogoś (+dat)Verb: 3rd Conjugation -ōThe City757
cōnsūmō -sūmere -sūmpsī -sūmptumzużywaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōLife and Being869
contemnō -temnere -tempsī -temptumgardzićVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōEmotions615
contineō -tinēre -tinuī -tentumtrzymać, wstrzymywać, zawieraćVerb: 2nd ConjugationVerbs of Compelling/Directing804
contingō -tingere -tigī -tactumdotykać; graniczyć; wydarzać sięVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōPlace494
contrāprzeciw, naprzeciw (przysł. i przyim. +acc.)PrepositionPlace271
conveniō -venīre -vēnī -ventumspotykać się; zgadzać sięVerb: 4th ConjugationSocial Life698
ā ab absod, z (+abl.)PrepositionPlace21
abeō -īre -iī -itumodchodzićVerb: IrregularMotion553
absum abesse āfuībyć nieobecnymVerb: IrregularTravel445
aca także, i; (po comp.) niż; simul ac, jak tylko; → atqueConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs36
accēdō -cēdere -cessī -cessumprzybliżać sięVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMotion614
accidō -cidere -cidīzdarzyć sięVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMotion799
accipiō -cipere -cēpī -ceptumotrzymywać, braćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōSocial Life110
ācer ācris ācreostryAdjective: 3rd DeclensionOther Senses587
aciēs -ēī f.ostrze; szyk bojowyNoun: 5th DeclensionWar and Peace439
addo (+acc.)PrepositionPlace14
addō -dere -didī -ditumdodawaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōSocial Life433
addūcō -ere -dūxī -ductumprzyprowadzać, skłaniać do czegośVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Compelling/Directing886
adeō(przysł.) aż dotąd, takAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs555
adeō -īre -iī -itumdochodzićVerb: IrregularMotion595
adhibeō -hibēre -hibuī -hibitumużywaćVerb: 2nd ConjugationMaking/Doing959
adhūcaż do tej poryAdverbPlace379
adveniō -īre -vēnī -ventumprzybywać, przychodzićVerb: 4th ConjugationTravel987
adversus -a -umprzeciwstawnyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionWar and Peace657
adversus (-um)(przysł. i przyim.) naprzeciwAdverbWar and Peace460
advertō -vertere -vertī -versumodwracać się do czegośVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōMotion986
aedēs -is f.budynek; (pl.) domNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe House965
aeger aegra aegrumchoryAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionLife and Being810
aegrēz trudemAdverbLife and Being984
aequētak samo, równoAdverbJustice904
aequor aequoris n.morze, powierzchnia morzaNoun: 3rd DeclensionEarth and Water424
aequus -a -umrównyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionJustice610
āēr āeris m.powietrzeNoun: 3rd DeclensionAir and Fire845
aes aeris n.spiż, brązNoun: 3rd DeclensionBusiness/Money744
aetās -tātis f.wiek, czas, pokolenieNoun: 3rd DeclensionLengths of Time308
aeternus -a -umwiecznyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionLengths of Time734
aethēr aetheris n.eter, nieboNoun: 3rd DeclensionAir and Fire851
aevum -i n.wieczność; czas; życieNoun: 2nd DeclensionLengths of Time875
afferō afferre attulī allātumprzynosićVerb: IrregularVerbs of Transport514
afficiō -ficere -fēcī -fectumdoświadczyć kogoś czymś (+ abl.)Verb: 3rd Conjugation -iōSocial Life958
ager agrī m.poleNoun: 2nd DeclensionAnimals/Plants324
agitō -ārepopędzaćVerb: 1st ConjugationVerbs of Compelling/Directing578
āgmen -minis n.pochód wojskaNoun: 3rd DeclensionWar and Peace358
agō agere ēgī āctumpędzić, robićVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Compelling/Directing69
aiōmówić, potwierdzać; ut āiunt: jak mówiąVerb: IrregularSpeech/Oratory406
albus -a -umbiałyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionVision925
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aliēnus -a -umobcy, odmiennyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionGeography367
aliquandōkiedyś, czasemAdverbTime763
aliquis -quae -quodktoś, coś; si quis, si quid: jeśli ktoś, jeśli cośPronounPronouns/Interrogatives77
aliterinaczejAdverbConjunctions/Adverbs782
alō alere aluī alitumżywićVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōLife and Being817
alter altera alterumdrugi z dwóchAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement148
altus -a -umwysoki; głębokiAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionGeography159
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amīcitia -ae f.przyjaźńNoun: 1st DeclensionSocial Life690
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āmittō -mittere -mīsī -missumodsyłać, porzucaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōVerbs of Compelling/Directing486
amnis -is m.strumieńNoun: 3rd DeclensionEarth and Water467
amor -ōris m.miłośćNoun: 3rd DeclensionLove116
amplus -a -umwielki, obszernyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionMeasurement915
anczy (w pytaniach); utrum ... an: czy ... CzyConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs94
anima -ae f.życie, oddechNoun: 1st DeclensionLife and Being493
animal -ālis n.zwierzę, istota żyjącaNoun: 3rd DeclensionAnimals/Plants547
animus -ī m.duch, umysłNoun: 2nd DeclensionLife and Being40
annus -ī m.rokNoun: 2nd DeclensionLengths of Time167
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antequamnajpierwConjunctionTime787
antīquus -a -umdawny, staryAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionLengths of Time617
aperiō aperīre aperuī apertumotwieraćVerb: 4th ConjugationThe House837
appāreō -ēre -uīpokazywać się, ukazywać sięVerb: 2nd ConjugationVision830
appellō -pellārewołać, nazywaćVerb: 1st ConjugationSocial Life700
aptus -a -umodpowiedniAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics916
apudprzy, u (+acc.)PrepositionPlace205
aqua -ae f.wodaNoun: 1st DeclensionEarth and Water272
āra -ae f.ołtarzNoun: 1st DeclensionReligion374
arbitror arbitrārī arbitrātus summyśleć, uważaćVerb: DeponentEducation/Knowledge963
arbor arboris f.drzewoNoun: 3rd DeclensionAnimals/Plants468
ārdeō ārdēre ārsī ārsumbłyszczeć, żarzyć się; być opanowanym przez silne emocjeVerb: 2nd ConjugationAir and Fire618
argentum -ī n.srebro, pieniądzNoun: 2nd DeclensionBusiness/Money849
arma -ōrum n. pl.broń, rynsztunekNoun: 2nd DeclensionWar and Peace98
ars artis f.umiejętność, sztukaNoun: 3rd DeclensionEducation/Knowledge258
arvum -ī n.pole uprawne, rolaNoun: 2nd DeclensionAnimals/Plants637
arx arcis f.szczyt; twierdza, zamekNoun: 3rd DeclensionThe City638
ascendō -ere -scendī -scēnsumwychodzić do góryVerb: 3rd Conjugation -ōTravel990
aspiciō -ere -spēxī -spectumobserwować, oglądaćVerb: 3rd Conjugation -iōVision483
adsum adesse affuībyć obecnymVerb: IrregularPlace279
astrum -ī n.gwiazda; konstelacja gwiazdNoun: 2nd DeclensionAir and Fire685
ataleConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs74
atquea także, i; (po comp.) niż; simul atque, skoro tylko; → acConjunctionConjunctions/Adverbs35
auctor -ōris m.autor, twórcaNoun: 3rd DeclensionWriting/Poetry546
auctōritās -ātis f.autorytet, wpływ, powagaNoun: 3rd DeclensionSocial Life898
audāx audācisśmiały; zuchwałyAdjective: 3rd DeclensionPersonality Traits/Characteristics876
audeō audēre ausus sumodważyć sięVerb: 2nd ConjugationPersonality Traits/Characteristics270
audiō -īre -īvī/-iī -ītumsłuchaćVerb: 4th ConjugationOther Senses165
auferō auferre abstulī ablātumzabieraćVerb: IrregularVerbs of Transport556
augeō augēre auxī auctumpowiększaćVerb: 2nd ConjugationMaking/Doing709
avis -is f.ptakNoun: 3rd DeclensionAnimals/Plants855
aura -ae f.lekki wiatr, bryzaNoun: 1st DeclensionAir and Fire420
aureus -a -umzłoty; wspaniałyAdjective: 1st and 2nd DeclensionBusiness/Money691