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Here, we have a few Latin-English Dictionaries
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The Harry Potter books were written with many Latin references. To start off, here are some vocabulary words you may need to know.
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accio - I summon, call to me
arduus - steep, high
arma - weapons, armour
augeo - I increase
dens - a tooth
dormio - I sleep (dormiens is a present participle : sleeping)
draco - a snake or dragon
ex - out of, from
expello - I send away
expectoro - I send out from my chest / heart (pectus means chest or heart)
exspecto - I wait for / expect / need
Hermes - the (Greek) name of the Messenger god. (His Roman name is Mercury).
imperium - power, area of supreme authority
impero - I order or command
incendium - a fire
incendo - I kindle, set alight
levo - I make light. (levitas = lightness)
lumen - light
ludo - I play
Minerva - the Roman goddess of Wisdom
nox - night, darkness
nunquam (or numquam) - never
patronus - a protector or sponsor
Sirius - the Roman name for the star known as the Dog-star
titillo - I tease / tickle (titillandus is a gerundive : should be teased / tickled)