Latin Adverbs

The Portable Dictionary
Latin Adverbs

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Abhinc — Ago, from here
Acriter — Sharply, pungently, bitterly, keenly
Adhuc — Still
Antea — Before, previously
Bene — Well
Celeriter — Swiftly, Quickly, Speedily
Certe — Certainly
Clam — Secretly
Clare — Clearly, brightly
Continuo — Immediately
Cotidie — Everyday
Cras — Tomorrow
Cur — Why
Deinde — Then, next
Diligenter — Carefully, hard
Diu — For a long time
Diutius — For a longer time, longer, any longer
Domum — Homeward
Enim — For
Eo — To there, thither
Ergo — Therefore, and so
Facile — Easily
Fere — Almost, mostly, in most cases
Fortasse — Perhaps, possibly
Fortassis — Perhaps, possibly
Fortiter — Strongly, bravely
Frustra — In vain
Haud — Not at all
Heri — Yesterday
Hic — Here
Hodie — Today
Iam — Now, already
Iamdudum — Long since
Ibi — There
Identidem — Repeatedly, again and again
Igitur — Therefore, consequentially
Illic — Yonder, in that place, there
Immo — Rather, no (corrects a previous assertion)
Inde — Thence, from there
Interea — Meanwhile, nevertheless
Ita — So, therefore
Itaque — And so, therefore
Iterum — Again
Iucunde — Pleasantly, delightfully
Lente — Slowly
Libenter — Gladly, happily
Libere — Freely
Longe — Far
Magnopere — Greatly, largely
Male — Poorly, badly, evilly
Modo — Only, at all; just now
Mox — Soon
Nam — For
Nimis — Too much
Non — Not, no
Nondum — Not yet
Numquam — Never
Nunc — Now
Nuper — Recently, lately
Olim — Once
Paene — Nearly, almost
Paulisper — For a short time
Postea — Afterwards
Postridie — The next day
Praecipue — Especially
Primo — At first, in the beginning
Primum — Firstly
Procul — Far off, far from
Quacumque — Wherever; anyhow, in any way
Quando — When
Quare — How, why; therefore
Quo — Where
Quomodo — How
Quondam — Once, formerly; sometimes
Saepe — Often
Sapienter — Wisely, sensibly
Satis — Enough, sufficiently
Scilicet — Certainly, surely
Semel — Once
Semper — Always
Sero — Late
Sic — Thus, so
Simul — Simultaneously; at the same time
Sincere — Honestly, sincerely
Statim — Immediately
Subito — Suddenly
Tam — So
Tamen — But, however
Ter — Thrice
Tum — Then, at that time; thereupon, in the next place
Ubique — Everywhere
Unde — Whence, from where
Undique — Everywhere, from all sides
Usque — All the way; continuously
Valde — Very
Vero — In truth, indeed, to be sure
Vix — Barely, scarcely

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