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servus, -i. m.
servant, slave
filius, -i. m.
son
Deus, -i. m.
God
amicus, -i. m.
friend
Christus, Christi. m.
Christ
Christianus, -i. m.
christian
et, conj.
and
bellum, -i. n.
war
caelum, -i. n.
sky, heaven
regnum, -i. n.
kingdom, royal power
praemium, -i. n.
reward
periculum, -i. n.
danger
imperium, -i. n.
command, power, empire
dedit
-he, she, it gave
dederunt
they gave
gladius, -i. m.
sword
sed, conj.
but
oppidum, -i. n.
town
Gallia, -ae. f.
Gaul, France
Gallus, -i. m.
a Gaul, a person from Gaul
Romanus, -i. m.
Roman
Roma, -ae. f.
Rome
propter, prep. w/acc.
on account of
cum, prep. w/abl.
with
post, prep. w/acc.
after, behind
in, prep. w/abl.
in, on
sum
I am
es
you (singular) are
est
he, she, it is
sumus
we are
estis
you (plural) are
sunt
they are
quod, conj.
because
itaque, conj.
therefore, and so
incolunt
they inhabit
videtis
you (plural) see
vicerunt
they conquered
servus, -i. m.
servant, slave
filius, -i. m.
son
Deus, -i. m.
God
amicus, -i. m.
friend
Christus, Christi. m.
Christ
Christianus, -i. m.
christian
et, conj.
and
bellum, -i. n.
war
caelum, -i. n.
sky, heaven
regnum, -i. n.
kingdom, royal power
praemium, -i. n.
reward
periculum, -i. n.
danger
imperium, -i. n.
command, power, empire
dedit
-he, she, it gave
dederunt
they gave
gladius, -i. m.
sword
sed, conj.
but
oppidum, -i. n.
town
Gallia, -ae. f.
Gaul, France
Gallus, -i. m.
a Gaul, a person from Gaul
Romanus, -i. m.
Roman
Roma, -ae. f.
Rome
propter, prep. w/acc.
on account of
cum, prep. w/abl.
with
post, prep. w/acc.
after, behind
in, prep. w/abl.
in, on
sum
I am
es
you (singular) are
est
he, she, it is
sumus
we are
estis
you (plural) are
sunt
they are
quod, conj.
because
itaque, conj.
therefore, and so
incolunt
they inhabit
videtis
you (plural) see
vicerunt
they conquered