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op'pidum, i
town
Ita' lia, ae
Italy
sig'num, i
sign, signal, military standard
in' sula, ae
island
lu'dus, i
game, school
A'frica, ae
Africa
pecu'nia, ae
money
a'qua - ae
water
do'minus, i
lord, master
vil' la, ae
farmhouse
fa'ma, ae
rumor, report, reputation
amici'tia, ae
friendship
reg'num, i
kingdom, kingship
pa' tria, ae
one's own country, native land
inimi'cus, i
enemy
fe'mina, ae
woman
an'nus, i
year
poe'ta, ae
poet
bel'lum, i
war
sil'va, ae
forest, woods
li'ber, libri
book
agricola, ae
farmer
ho'ra, ae
hour
lit' tera, ae
letter(of alphabet)
nu'merus, i
number, group
Gal'lia, ae
Gaul
Grae'cia, ae
Greece
vi'ta, ae
life
capti'vus, i
captive
puel' la, ae
girl
auda'cia, ae
daring, boldness
provin'cia - ae
province
fu'ga, ae
flight
lin'gua, ae
language
te'lum, i
weapon
nau' ta, ae
sailor
po'pulus, i
people, nation
A'sia, ae
Asia(Minor)
magis'ter, magis'tri
master, teacher
Hispa'nia, ae
Spain
ar'ma, amor'rum(plural only)
arms
Ro'ma, ae
Rome
fi'lia, ae
daughter***has an irregular form in the dative and ablative plural; fila'bus. This is done to distinguish them from the dative and ablative plural of filius
Euro'pa, ae
Europe
auxilium, i
help, aid(plural, auxiliary troops, reinforcements
ter'ra, ae
earth, land
co'pia, ae
(pl) forces, troops, sing. plenty, supply
Germa'nia, ae
Germany
peri'culum, i
danger, risk
Corne'lia, ae
Cornelia
impedimen'tum, i
hindrance; pl. baggage
regin'a, ae
queen
vi'a, ae
road, way, street
ser'vus, i
slave
lo'cus, i
place
car'rus, i
wagon, cart
cam'pus, i
plain
castra, castrorum(plural only)
plenty, supply (pl) forces, troops
Clau'dia, ae
Claudia
de'a, ae
goddess**has an irregular form in the dative and ablative plural; dea'bus. This is done to distinguish them from the dative and ablative plural of deus
fa'bula, ae
story
de'us, i
god
pu'er, pu'eri
boy
a'ger, agri
field
nun'tius, nun'ti
messenger, message
Corne'lius, i
Cornelius
lega'tus, i
lietenant; envoy
so'cius, i
ally, comrade
ino'pia, ae
want,lack
Britan'nia, ae
Britain
e'quus, i
horse
ami'cus, i
friend
Cre'ta, ae
Crete
diligen'tia, ae
diligence, care
cae'lum, i
sky
cau'sa, ae
reason, cause
tu'ba, ae
trumpet
frumen'tum, i
grain
verbum, i
word
do'num, i
gift
animus, i
mind, spirit
fi'lius, i
son
gla'dius, i
sword
vir, viri
man; husband