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Athēnae, Athēnārum f.
Athens
nātūra, nātūrae f.
nature
Rōma, Rōmae f.
Rome
dictum, dictī n.
word; saying
domus, domī f.
house, home
amor, amōris m.
love
animal, animālis, -ium n.
animal
carmen, carmenis n.
song, poem
Carthāgō, Carthāginis f.
Carthage
cīvis, cīvis, -ium m. or f.
citizen
corpus, corporis n.
body
frāter, frātris m.
brother
homō, hominis m.
human being, man; in pl. people
hostis, hostis, -ium m.
(public) enemy
iūs, iūris n.
right, law; judgement; court
iūre (adv.)
rightly justly
mare, maris, ium* n.
sea *marium is never used but its just like other third declension nouns
māter, mātris f.
mother
mēns, mentis, -ium f.
mind; intention, purpose; attitude
mīles, mīlitis m.
soldier
moenia, moenium n.
pl. (city) walls
pater, patris
m. father
patrēs cōnscrīptī voc. pl.
enrolled fathers, senators
rēx, rēgis m.
king
rūs, rūris n. in sing. or pl.
country(side)
servitūs, servitūtis f.
slavery
soror, sorōris f.
sister
timor, timōris m.
fear
urbs, urbis, -ium f.
city urbs is pronounced urps
vīs, -----, -ium f.
force, power, violence in pl. (physical)strenght
līberō
(1-tr) free, liberate
careō, carēre, caruī, caritūrus
lack, be without, be free from (+ abl)caritūrus is future perfect passive
legō, legere, lēgī, lēctus
gather; choose; read
intellegō, intellegere, intellēxī, intellēctus
understand
vīvō, vīvere, vīxī, vīctūrus
live, be (intr)vīctūrus is future passive perfect
antīquus
old ancient
novus
new; strange
paucī
few
autem
postpositive conj. however, moreover
inter
(prep + acc.) between, among during
sub
(prep. + acc.) under; up to
(prep + abl) under; at the foot of; near
umquam (adv.)
ever