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38 Cards in this Set

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lex, legis
law
3rd declension feminine
homo, hominis
man
3rd declension masculine
veritas, veritatis
truth
3rd declension feminine
imperator, imperatoris
commander in chief, general
3rd declension masculine
rex, regis
king
3rd declension masculine
dux, ducis
leader
3rd declension masculine
lux, lucis
light
3rd declension feminine
Caesar, Caesaris
Caesar
3rd declension masculine
salus, salutis
safety, welfare, salvation
3rd declension feminine
vox, vocis
voice
3rd declension feminine
audivit
he, she, it heard
audio, audire, audivi, auditus
virtus, virtutis
virtue, courage
3rd declension feminine
miles, militis
soldier
3rd declension masculine
pax, pacis
peace
3rd declension feminine
via, viae
road, way
1st declension feminine
populus, populi
people, nation
2nd declension masculine
muniverunt
they fortified, they constructed
munio, munire, munivi, munitus
pars, partis
part
3rd declension feminine
collis, collis
hill
3rd declension masculine
hostis, hostis
enemy
3rd declension masculine
gens, gentis
tribe
3rd declension feminine
caedes, caedis
slaughter
3rd declension feminine
frater, fratris
brother
3rd declension masculine
pater, patris
father
3rd declension masculine
mater, matris
mother
3rd declension feminine
mons, montis
mountain
3rd declension masculine
clamor, clamoris
shout, shouting
3rd declension masculine
princeps, principis
chief, leading man
3rd declension masculine
occiderunt
they killed
flumen, fluminis
river
3rd declension neuter
iter, iteris n.
journey, march, route
3rd declension neuter
corpus, corporis n.
body
3rd declension neuter
vulnus, vulneris n.
wound
3rd declension neuter
agmen, agminis
column (of soldiers), army (on the march)
3rd declension neuter
nomen, nominis
name
3rd declension neuter
mundus, mundi
world
2nd declension masculine
erat
he, she, it was
erant
they were