(Conjunctions with asterisk require subjunctive mood.)

Conjunctions are the "glue" of a sentence, joining clauses, phrases and words together.
They are divided into two types: coordinating and subordinating.

1) COORDINATING Conjunctions
(which join clauses of equal importance)

1.1 - copulative [and]
et: and,
atque / ac: and in fact,
-que: and,
etiam: also,
quoque: too,
modo ... modo ...: sometimes... sometimes...,
et ... et ...: both .... and ....,
tum ... tum ...: at one time .... at another ....,
cum ... tum ...: not only .... but also ...,
tam ... quam ...: so much .... so ...

1.2 - disjunctive [or]
aut / vel / -ve: or,
sive / seu: or if,
aut ... aut ...: either ... or ...,
vel ... vel ...: either ... or ...,
sive ... sive ...: whether ... or ...

1.3 - adversative [but]
sed: but,
autem: moreover,
verum: but actually,
vero: certainly,
at: on the other hand,
tamen: however,
attamen: nevertheless,
sedtamen: but in fact,
verum tamen: nevertheless,
atqui: and yet,
quidem: at any rate,
immo: or rather,
immo vero: or rather actually,
non solum (modo, tantum) ... sed etiam ...: not only ... but also

1.4 - conclusive [therefore]
igitur: therefore,
Homines perfecti non sunt. Falli igitur possunt.
itaque: accordingly,
Nemo liber ausus est mortuum sepelire. Itaque a servis sepultus est.
ergo: consequently,
Cogito, ergo sum
proinde: therefore,
Eos ferre non possum. Proinde aut exeant aut quiescant.
ideo: for this reason,
propterea: therefore,
ob eam rem: accordingly,
ob hanc rem: because of that,
ea de causa: because of that,
quam ob rem: by this reason,
quaproter: and therefore

1.5 - causal [because]
nam: because,
Amici non solum inter se diligunt, sed etiam verentur. Nam sine verecundia vera amicitia esse non potest.
enim: in fact,
Mihi omne tempus est meos ad libros vacuum. Numquam enim illi sunt occupati.
etenim: and as a matter of fact
Verus es amicus. Etenim amicitiam tuam comprobasti.

2) SUBORDINATING Conjunctions
(which join a subordinate clause to a main clause on which it depends for its meaning)

2.1 - temporal [when]
cum: when,
quando: since,
dum: provided that,
donec: until,
quoad: as far as,
antequam / priusquam: before,
postquam: after,
ut: as soon as,
ubi: when,
ut primum / ubi primum / cum primum: as soon as,
simulac / simulatque: as soon as

2.2 - causal [because]
quia / quod / quoniam: because,
Nemo patriam quia magna est amat, sed quia sua.
*cum / *quippe cum: since
Cum id facere non possem, quievi.

2.3 - finality [in order to]
*ut / *quo / *ne / *neve / *quominus: in order to
Ita vixi ut me non frustra natum existimem.
2.4 - consecutive [then]
*ut: then,
*ut non: without,
*quin: but that

2.5 - comparative [like]
ut (uti) / sicut / sicut (sicuti) / velut (veluti) / tamquam (tanquam) / prout / quoad: like,
*quasi / *quasi vero / *ac (si) / *tamquam (si) / *quasi vero / *velut (si) / *quasi vero / *ut (si): as if

2.6 - conditional [if]
si: if,
sin autem: but if,
si modo: if only,
nisi: unless,
siminus / si non: if not,
dum: while,
dummodo: provided that

2.7 - concessive [although]
quamquam / etsi: althought,
etiam: even if,
*quamvis / *cum / *ut / *licet: althought