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annus
-i
m
year
donum,-i n.
gift
equus, -i, m.
horse
porta, -ae, f.
gate
somnus, -i, m.
sleep
latus, -a, -um
wide, broad
supero, -are
surpass, overcome, defeat
volo, -are
fly, move swiftly, speed, rush
olim (adv.)
once, at one time, at some time
post (adv.)
afterward, behind
saepe (adv.)
often
per (prep. w. acc.)
through; (in oaths) by
post (prep. w. acc.)
after, behind, in back of
-que (enclitic conjuction)
and
caelum, -i, n.
sky, heaven
campus, -i, m.
plain, meadow
caelum, -i, n.
sky, heaven
campus, -i, m.
plain, meadow
fortuna, ae, f.
fortune
regnum, -i, n.
kingdom, kingship
convoco, -are
call together, assemble
exspecto, -are
wait for, await
ante (adv.)
before, earlier, in front
ante (adv.)
before, earlier, in front
cur (interrogative adv.)
why
iam(adv.)
now, already
non iam
no longer
interim (adv.)
meanwhile, in the meantime
nunc(adv.)
now, at this time
tum or tunc (adv.)
then, at that time
ante(prep w. acc.)
before, in front of
trans(prep w. acc.)
across
insula, -ae f.
island
lingua, -ae f.
tongue, language
umbra, -ae f.
shadow, shade, ghost
parvus, -a, -um
little, small
do, dare, dedi, datum
give
sto stare steti statum
stand, stand still
cras (adv.)
tommorow
heri(adv.)
yesterday
hodie(adv.)
today
ibi(adv.)
there, in that place
modo(adv.)
only, just; just now
amicitia, -ae f.
friendship
ara, -ae, f.
altar
dominus, -i m.
master, lord(of slaves, of a nation, etc.)
amicitia, -ae f.
friendship
inopia, -ae, f.
need, lack
locus, -i, m.
(plural loca, locorum, n.)
place
magister, magistri, m.
master (of a school or ship), teacher, captain, steersman
populus, -i, m.
a nation, a people
socius, -i, m.
ally, comrade
sacer, sacra, sacrum
sacred, holy, accursed
nuntio, nuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatum
announce, report
pugno, are, avi, atum
fight
diu(adv.)
long, for a long time