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aestas, aestatis (f)
summer
ager agri (m)
field, territory; pl. lands, country
agricola, -ae (m)
[ager + colo] farmer
animal, animalis (n)
animal, living being
aqua, -ae (f)
water
auxilium, -i (n)
help, aid; pl. auxiliaries, troops
bellum, -i (n)
war
caput, -itis (n)
head; person, soul, life; of a river, mouth
civis, -is (c)
citizen
civitas, -atis (f)
state; citizenship
clamor, -oris (m)
shout, din, clamor, noise
consul, -ulis (m)
consul
copia, -ae (f)
supply, plenty, abundance; pl. troops, forces; resources, wealth
cornu, -us (n)
horn; wing (of an army)
corpus, -oris (n)
body
dea, -ae (f)
goddess
deus, -i (m)
god
dies -diei (m. and f.)
day, time
domus, -us or -i (f)
house, home
dux, ducis (m)
leader, guide; commander, general
eques, -itis (m)
horseman, knight; pl., cavalry
equus, -i (m)
horse
exercitus, -us (m)
army
exitus, -us (m)
end, mouth (of a river); departure; death
femina, -ae (f)
woman ;female
fenestra, -ae (f)
window
filia, -ae (f)
daughter
filius, -fili (m)
son
finis, -is (m)
limit, end, boundary; pl. territory
flumen, -inis (n)
river
fuga, -ae (f)
flight
gladius, -i (m)
sword
hiems, hiemis (f)
winter, storm; stormy
hostis, hostis (m)
enemy, foe; pl. the enemy
imperator, imperatoris (m)
commander, general, emperor
infans, infantis (c)
infant
insula, -ae (f)
island
locus, -i (m)
place; position; rank
magister, -tri (m)
master, teacher
manus, -us (f)
hand; band of men; forces
mare, maris (n)
sea
miles, militis (m)
soldier
mons, montis (m)
mountain
navis, navis (f)
ship
nox, noctis (f)
night
oculus, -i (m)
eye
palus, paludis (f)
swamp
pars, partis (f)
part, portion; region; party, faction
pater, patris (m)
father
pax, pacis (f)
peace
pedes, peditis (m)
foot soldier; pl. infantry
pes, pedis (m)
foot
pons, pontis (m)
bridge
porta, -ae (f)
gate
puella, -ae (f)
girl
puer, -i (m)
boy
pugna, -ae (f)
fight
regina, -ae (f)
queen
regnum, -i (n)
kingdom, throne; power, dominion
res, rei (f)
thing, object matter event
rex, regis (m)
king
scutum, scuti (n)
shield
sella, -ae (f)
seat, chair
servus, -i (m)
slave, servant
spes, spei (f)
hope
telum, teli (n)
dart, spear; weapon, javelin
turris, turris (f)
tower
urbs , urbis (f)
city
via, -ae (f)
way, road, street; journey
villa, -ae (f)
farmhouse, villa
vir, viri (m)
man ; husband
vis, vis (f)
force, violence, power; pl. vires, virum, strength
vox, vocis (f)
voice; utterance, sound
vulnus, vulneris (n)
wound