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grain
frumentum
ferment
wall
murus
town
oppidum
townsman
oppidanus
spear
pilum
village
vicus
arms, defensive weapons
arma (n)
fame, reputation, rumor
famus
helmet
galea
spoils, booty
praeda
spear, offensive weapon
telum
who
quis
whose
cuius
to whom
cui
why
cur
what
quid
whom
quem
from, away from
a/ab
from, down from
de
from, out from, out of
ex
where
ubi
hard, rough, unfeeling, difficult
durus
garrison, guard, protection
praesidium
battle
proelium
field
ager
plenty, abundance, troops, forces
copia
coat of mail
lorica
reward, prize
praemium
boy
puer
shield
scutum
man, hero
vir
already, now
iam
there
ibi
also, even
etiam
perhaps
fortasse
often
saepe
free
liber
friend
amicus
food
cibus
garden
hortus
enemy
inimicus
gift
donum
cup
poculum
wine
vinum
wagon
carrus
inhabitant
incola
oar
remus
wind
ventus
sometimes
aliquando
before
antea
around
circum
against
contra
everyday
cotidie
for a long time
diu
long lasting
diturnus
outside
extra
easily
facile
help, aid
auxilium
fort, camp
castrum
plan
consilium
diligence, industry
diligentia
master, teacher
magister
want, lack of
inopia
zeal, eagerness
studium
sick
aeger
frequent
creber
wretched, unfortunate
miser
armed
armatus
weak, feeble
infirmus
strong, sturdy
validus
and so
itaque
again
iterum
yes, I swear thus
ita vero
no! surely not!
minime
soon
mox
white
albus
dear
carus
therefore, and so
igitur
meanwhile
interea
skillful
peritus
for
nam
neither...nor
neque...neque
nothing
nihil
not
non
among
apud
one/another
alius
the one, the other (of two)
alter
one, only, alone
unus
any
ullus
none, no
nullus
alone
solus
whole, entire
totus
which (of two)
ulter
neither (of two)
neuter
flight
fuga
wrong, injury
iniuria
game, show, school
ludus
wild beast
fera
arrow
sagitta
story
fabula
money
pecunia
island
insula
way, street, road
via
lieutenant, ambassador
legatus
river
fluvius
is there
adest
feels pain, regrets
dolet
is happy
gaudet
laughs
ridet
approaches
appropinquat
screams, shouts
clamat
enters
intrat
prepares
parat
cares for
curat
hastens
properat
because, that
quod/quia
small, little
parva
clear, bright, famous
clara
bordering on, neighboring, next to
finitimus
of the legion, legionary
legionarius