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sagittarius, sagittarii/sagittari, (m)
archer
pecunia, pecuniae (f)
money
littera, litterae (f)
letter of the alphabet; in plural, a letter or epistle
sagitta, sagittae (f)
arrow
donum, doni (n)
gift, present
Vandalii, Vandaliorum (m, pl)
Vandals, a German tribe known for fierceness in battle
robustus, robusta, robustum
strong, robust
castra movere
to break camp
terreo, terrere
frighten, scare, terrify
moveo, movere
move
doleo, dolere
grieve, be sorry
a/ab
by, away from, from
(preposition with the ablative case)
inter
between, among
(preposition with the accusative case)
aut
or
dictator, dictatoris (m)
dictator
Cincinattus, Cincinnati (m)
Cincinnatus
pars, partis (f)
part
caedes, caedis (f)
slaughter, murder
hostis, hostis (m)
enemy, in the singular, an individual enemy in war; in plural, a collective noun, taking a plural verb
homo, hominis (m)
man
urbs, urbis (f)
city
Horatius, Horati (m)
Horatius
pons, pontis (m)
bridge
mare, maris (n)
sea
miles, militis (m)
soldier
pax, pacis (f)
peace
caput, capitis (n)
head
semper
always, ever
labor, laboris (m)
work, toil, labor
magnitudo, magnitudinis (f)
size, great size
celeritas, celeritatis (f)
speed, swiftness
virtus, virtutis (f)
courage, valor
natio, nationis (f)
nation
consilium, consilii/consilli (n)
plan, advice
vis, vis (f)
force; in the plural, strength
sol, solis (m)
sun
cera, cerae (f)
wax
ala, alae (f)
wing
pater, patris (m)
father
Daedalus, Daedali (m)
Daedalus
Creta, Cretae (f)
Crete
Icarus, Icari (m)
Icarus
medius, media, medium
middle, middle of
summus, summa, summum
greatest, highest, top of
volo, volare
fly
diu
long, for a long time
-que
and
et...et
both...and
circum
around, about
Pluto, Plutonis (m)
Pluto
captivus, captivi (m)
captive
gladiator, gladiatoris (m)
gladiator
Colosseum, Colossei (n)
the Colosseum
animal, animalis (n)
animal
annus, anni (m)
year
Ceres, Cereris (f)
Ceres
Proserpina, Proserpinae (f)
Proserpina
amphitheatrum, amphitheatri (n)
amphitheater
Inferi, Inferorum (m, pl)
Those Below, the shades or ghosts of Hades
mater, matris (f)
mother
Iuppiter, Iovis (m)
Jupiter
Mercurius, Mercuri (m)
Mercury
specto, spectare, spectavi, spectatus
look at, watch
obtineo, obtinere, obtinui, obtentus
secure, obtain
sub
under
(showing motion, with accusative case; showing rest, with ablative case)