Latin Verb Roots Dictionary
A dictionary where each verb has a different root. For romlangers.
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misereō, v. to feel pity [for sb or sth]
mittō, v. to send
mōlior, v. to attempt, endeavour
moneō, v. to remind
morior, v. to die
moror, v. to delay
moveō, v. to move
mūgiō, v. to moo
mulceō, v. to stroke, touch lightly
murmurō, v. to murmur, mutter
nancīscor, v. to barely get, receive, find
nāscor, v. to be born
natō, v. to swim
nāvigō, v. to sail
necō, v. to murder
nectō, v. to bind, connect
nigreō, v. to darken
, v. to swim, float
noceō, v. to harm
noscō, v. to get to know, familiarize oneself with
nūgor, v. to talk nonsense
nuntiō, v. to announce
ōdī, v. to hate
opīnor, v. to suppose, believe, think
oportet, v. it is necessary [to do sth]
optō, v. to wish, desire [to do sth]
orior, v. to rise; become visible
ōrō, v. to argue; pray, beg
ōsculor, v. to kiss
paedīcō, v. to have anal sex
paeniteō, v. to be sorry
palleō, v. to be or look pale
pandō, v. to bend
parcō, v. to be merciful to
pateō, v. to lie open, be open
patior, v. to suffer; allow
pendō, v. to weigh
percutiō, v. to pierce through
petō, v. to ask for, demand; to attack sb
pigeō, v. to feel lazy at [doing sth]
placeō, v. to please
plangō, v. to beat (one's breast); mourn
plaudō, v. to clap, applaud
polleō, v. to be strong, powerful
polliceor, v. to promise
pōnō, v. to put
possum, v. to be able to, can
praestinō, v. to buy, purchase
prandeō, v. to have breakfast or lunch
premō, v. to press

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