Latin Words Often Confused

accźdō, ere- to approach
accidō, ere- to happen

acer, acris- sharp, keen, severe, fierce
acerbus, a, um- harsh, bitter, grievous

aetās, tātis- f. period of life
aestās, tātis- f. summer

alius/alia/aliud- other, another
altus/alta/altum- high
alter/altera/alterum- the other (of 2)

auris, auris- ear
aurum, aurī- gold

cadō, ere- to fall
cźdō, ere- to go, withdraw, yield, submit
capiō, ere, cźpī, captum- to seize, capture
cźnō, are, cźnavī, cźnatum- to dine

cīvis, is- citizen
cīvitās, tātis- state, citizenship

contineō, źre- to hold together, contain
continuō, āre- to connect, continue

creō, āre- to create
crźdō, ere- to believe

cūrō, āre- to care for/cure
currō, ere- to run/rush

gźns, tis- f. clan, race, nation, people
genus, eris-  n. origin, kind, sort
genū, genūs- n. knee

iaceō, źre- to lie/prostrate/dead
iaciō, ere- to throw, hurl

ibi- adv. there
ubi- adv./conj. where; when

liber, librī- m. book
līber/lībera/līberum- free
lībertas, -tātis- f. freedom, liberty
līberī, -ōrum- (one's) children

mittō, ere, mīsī, missum- to send
admittō, ere, admīsī, admissum- to let in, admit, receive
amitto, ere, amīsī, amissum- to lose, to let go
 
pār, paris- equal, like
parō, āre- to prepare, provide
pāreō, źre- to obey
pateō, źre- to be/lie open
pater, tris- m. father

quae rel. pron. who, which
quārź - adv. therefore

quīnque- five
quoque- adv. also, too
quisque- indef. pron. each one

tempus, temporis- time
timor, timoris- fear

vir, virī- m. man
vīs, vīs- f. force, power (plur.- vīrźs, vīrium- strength)

 2nd/man (m)  3rd/force (f) 
          vir                 vīs  
          virī                vīs
          virō               vī
          virum            vim
          virō               vī

         virī                vīrźs
         virōrum          vīrium
         virīs               vīribus
         virōs              vīrźs
         virīs               vīribus

vītō, vitāre, vītāvī, vītātum- to avoid, shun 
vīvō, vivere, vīxī, vīctum- to live
veniō, venīre, vźnī, ventum- to come

vita, vitae, f.  life
vitium, vitiī, n. fault, vice