Latin Verb Roots Dictionary
A dictionary where each verb has a different root. For romlangers.
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Word of the Day: haereō
v. to hang in there; to hang to sth, hold fast to sth
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acclīnō, v. to lean on sth
accūsō, v. to complain against sb, reproach
acēscō, v. to become sour
acuō, v. to sharpen
adipīscor, v. to obtain
adnuō, v. to nod
aestimō, v. to estimate
albeō, v. to be white, pale
alō, v. to feed, nourish
ambulō, v. to walk
amō, v. to love
ampliō, v. to make wide, extend, enlarge
aperiō, v. to open
aptō, v. to fit sth, to put sth on
aquor, v. to get water for drinking
arceō, v. to shut, enclose
ardeō, v. to be on fire, burn
āreō, v. to be dry
artō, v. to tighten
augeō, v. to increase
auguror, v. to augur, prophesy
baubor, v. to bark gently
bētō, v. to go
blaterō, v. to talk idly or foolishly, to babble
cadō, v. to fall
caedō, v. to cut, fell
caleō, v. to be warm or hot
canō, v. to sing
capiō, v. to take
careō, v. to lack
carpō, v. to pluck
cavō, v. to make hollow
cēdō, v. to move
cēlō, v. to hide
cēnō, v. to have dinner
cēnseō, v. to assess, rate, estimate
cērō, v. to smear with wax
cēveō, v. to move one's haunches in a lewd/effeminate manner
cieō, v. to put in motion, move
cingō, v. to surround
clamō, v. to shout
claudō, v. to be weak; close sth
clepō, v. to steal
coepī, v. to begin
colō, v. to worship
cōlō, v. to strain, filter
commodō, v. to adjust according to a measure, make fit, accommodate
condiō, v. to preserve, pickle; embalm
cōnsummō, v. to accomplish, complete
cornēscō, v. to get horny, sexually stimulated

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