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consul consulis, m.
consul
hostis hostis, m.
enemy
dignitas dignitatis, f.
rank, dignity, importance, honour
aetas aetatis, f
age
ars artis, f.
art, skill
pater patris, m.
father
oratio orationis, f.
speech
clamor clamoris, m.
shout, uproar, noise
frater fratris, m.
brother
salus salutis, f.
health, safety, greeting
vestis vestis, f.
clothes
caedes caedis, f.
slaughter, killing
auctoritas auctoritatis, f.
authority
civis civis, m.f.
citizen
os oris, n.
mouth, face
piscis piscis, m.
fish
rex regis, m.
king
quies quietis, f.
rest, peace, quiet
mors mortis, f.
death
orator oratoris, m.
speaker, orator
omen ominis, n.
sign, omen
nox noctis, f.
night
sol solis, m.
sun, sunlight
pes pedis, m.
foot, paw
carmen carminis, n.
song, poem, spell
multitudo multitudinis, f.
crowd, multitude
lumen luminis, n.
light
pavor pavoris, m.
fear, terror
plebs plebis, f.
the people, common people
honos honoris, m.
honour, office
iter itineris, n.
journey, march, way
terror terroris, m.
terror
foedus foederis, n.
treaty, agreement
sanguis sanguis, m.
blood
pedes peditis, m.
infantry
mulier mulieris, f.
woman
crimen criminis, n.
accusation, charge, crime
rumor rumoris, m.
rumour, report, repute
ratio rationis, f.
account, reckoning, manner, reason
coniunx coniugis, m.f.
husband, wife, spouse
occasio occasionis, f.
opportunity, occasion
custos custodis, m.f.
guard
color coloris, m.
colour
victor victoris, m.
victor, conqueror
corpus corporis, n.
body
princeps principis, m.
emperor, chief, chieftain
vulnus vulneris, n.
wound, injury
virgo virginis, f.
young woman, girl
sacerdos sacerdotis, m.f.
priest, priestess
imperator imperatoris, m.
emperor, general, leader
cliens clientis, m.
client
mos moris, m.
habit, custom, (pl.) character, morals
latus lateris, n.
side, wing
pax pacis, f.
peace
mons montis, m.
mountain
finis finis, m.
end, boundary
senex senis, m.
old man
leo leonis, m.
lion
facinus facinoris, n.
crime, outrage, deed
dolor doloris, m.
pain, sorrow, anger
pars partis, f.
part, some, direction
miles militis, m.
soldier
uxor uxoris, f.
wife
potestas potestatis, f.
power, authority
ordo ordinis, m.
rank, line, company, order
collis collis, m.
hill
parens parentis, m.f.
parent; (plur.) relations
mens mentis, f.
mind
iudex iudicis, m.f.
judge, juror
coniuratio coniurationis, f.
conspiracy
nomen nominis, n.
name
ius iuris, n.
right, justice
carcer carceris, m.
prison
libertas libertatis, f.
freedom
pondus ponderis, n.
weight, load, importance
hiems hiemis, f.
winter, storm
dux ducis, m.
leader, general, ruler
adulescens adulescentis, m.f.
youth
pietas pietatis, f.
devotion, duty
nepos nepotis, m.
grandson
tempestas tempestatis, f.
weather, storm, time
legio legionis, f.
legion
civitas civitatis, f.
citizenship, state, city
maiores maiorum, m. pl.
ancestors
classis classis, f.
class, fleet
munus muneris, n.
office, duty, gift
canis canis, m.
dog
arbor arboris, f.
tree
cohors cohortis, f.
cohort, company
amor amoris, m.
love
centurio centurionis, m.
centurion
comes comitis, m.f.
comrade, companion
vox vocis, f.
voice, shout, word
soror sororis, f.
sister
auctor auctoris, m.
creator, originator, person responsible
ignis ignis, f.
fire
mater matris, f.
mother
litus litoris, n.
sea-shore, beach
ver veris, n.
spring
opus operis, n.
work, toil, construction
flos floris, m.
flower
urbs urbis, f.
city, town, Rome
praetor praetoris, m.
praetor
genus generis, n.
race, descent, birth, kind
lux lucis, f.
light, daylight
pons pontis, m.
bridge
gens gentis, f.
race, people, family, tribe
discrimen discriminis, n.
crisis, danger, difference
homo hominis, m.
man, person
navis navis, f.
ship
eques equitis, m.
knight, horseman, (pl.) cavalry
clades cladis, f.
disaster, loss, defeat
rus ruris, n.
country
mensis mensis, m.
month
mercator mercatoris, m.
merchant
senator senatoris, m.
senator
lex legis, f.
law
certamen certaminis, n.
contest, battle
labor laboris, m.
work, toil
mare maris, n.
sea
latro latronis, m.
robber
sermo sermonis, m.
speech, conversation
furor furoris, m.
rage, fury, madness, passion
moenia moenium, n. pl.
city walls, city
regio regionis, f.
region
onus oneris, n.
burden, load
fons fontis, m.
fountain, spring
flumen fluminis, n.
river
pudor pudoris, m.
shame, modesty, honour, disgrace
panis panis, m.
bread, loaf
caput capitis, n.
head
agmen agminis, n.
column of men, procession
nubes nubis, f.
cloud
scelus sceleris, n.
crime, wickedness
quaestor quaestoris, m.
quaestor
fur furis, m.
thief
suspicio suspicionis, f.
mistrust, suspicion
sedes sedis, f.
seat, temple, home
tempus temporis, n.
time
virtus virtutis, f.
courage, virtue
hospes hospitis, m.
guest, host
ops opis, f.
help; (plur) wealth, resources, power