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adulēns / adulēscentis (m/f)
young man, woman
adulēscentia / adulēnscentiae (f)
adulthood
aetās / aetātis (f)
period of life, age, an age, time
ager / agrī (m)
field
agricola / agricolae (f)
farmer
amīc-
friend
amīcitia / amitiae (f)
friendship
amor / amōris (m)
love
ancilla / ancillae (f)
maidservant
animal / animālis (n)
animal
animus / aminī (m)
soul, courage
annus / annī (m)
year
aqua / aquae (f)
water
argūmentum / argūmentī (n)
proof, argument
ars / artis (f)
art, skill
Asia / Asiae (f)
Asia (Minor)
auctor / auctōrius (m)
increaser, author, originator
audītor / audītōris (m)
listener
auris / auris (f)
ear
avāritia / avāritiae (f)
avarice
bāsium / bāsiī (n)
kiss
bellum / bellī (n)
war
beneficium / benificiī (n)
benefit
caelum / caelī (n)
sky, heaven
Caesar / Caesaris (m)
Caesar
caput / capitis (n)
head, leader
carmen / carminis (n)
song, poem
catēna / catēnae (f)
chain
cīvis / cīvis (m/f)
citizen
cīvitās / cīvitātis (f)
state, citizenship
clēmentia / clēmentiae (f)
clemency
cōnsilium / cōnsiliī (n)
plan, advice
cōnsul / cōnsulis (m)
consul
cōpia / cōpiae (f)
abundance
corpus / corporis (n)
body
crūstula / crūstulae (f)
cookie
culpa / culpae (f)
fault/blame
cupidatās / cupiditātis (f)
desire, passion, avarice
cūra / cūrae (f)
care, attention, anxiety
dea / deae (dat, abl pl deābus)
goddess
deus / deī (nom p. dī, dat, abl pl dīs)
god
discipula / discipulae (f)
disciple
dīvitiae / dīvitārum (f, pl)
riches
domin-
master
dōnum / dōnī (n)
gift
exitium / exitiī (n)
destruction
factum / factī (n)
deed
fāma / fāmae (f)
rumor, fame, reputation
familia / familiae (f)
household, family
fēmina / fēminae (f)
woman
fīlia / fīliae (f)
daughter
fīlius / fīliī (m)
son
flūmen / flūminis (n)
river
fōrma / fōrmae (f)
form, beauty
fortūna / fortūnae (f)
luck
frāter / frātris (m)
brother
genus / generis (n)
origin
glōria / glōriae (f)
glory
homō / hominis (m)
human, man
hōra / horae (f)
time, hour
hōra / hōrae (f)
hour, time
hostis / hostis (m)
enemy
īnfīnītus / īnfīnītī (m)
infinity
īnsidiæ / īnsidiārum (f)
ambush, treachery
īnsula / īnsulae (f)
island
īra / īrae (f)
anger
Italia / Italiae (f)
Italy
iūdex / iūdicis (m)
judge, juror
iūdicium / iūdiciī (n)
judgment
iūs / iūris (n)
right, justice, law
labor / labōris (m)
labor
laus / laudis (f)
praise
libellus / libellī (m)
little book
līber-
child/freeperson
liber† / librī (m)
book
lībertās / lībertātis (f)
liberty
littera / litterae (f)
letter
locus / locī (m)
place, passage in literature
lūdus / lūdī (m)
game
magister / magistrī
teacher
magistra / magistrae
mallum / mallī (n)
evil
mare / maris (n)
sea
māter / mātris (f)
mother
memoria / memoriae (f)
memory
mēns / mentis (f)
mind, thought
mora / morae (f)
delay
morbis / morbī (m)
disease
mōs / mōris (m)
habit
nātūra / nātūrae (f)
nature
nātūra / nātūrae (f)
nature
nauta / nautae (f)
sailor
nihil
nothing
nōmen / nōminis (n)
name
nūbēs / nūbis (f)
cloud
numerus / numerī (m)
number
oculus / oculī (m)
eye
officium / officiī (n)
duty
ōs / ōris (n)
mouth
ōtium / ōtiī (n)
leisure, peace
pars / partis (f)
part
pater / patris
father
patientia / patientiae (f)
patience
pātria / pātriae (f)
country
pāx / pācis (f)
peace
pecūnia / pecūniae (f)
money
perīculum / perīculī (n)
danger
philosophia / philosophiae (f)
philosopher
poena / poenae (f)
penalty
poēta / poētae (f)
poet
populus / populī
(the) people
porta / portae (f)
gate entrance
prīncipium / prīncipiī (m)
beginning
probitās / probitātis (f)
honesty
puella / puellae (f)
girl
puer / puerī (m)
boy
ratiō / ratiōnis (f)
reason
rēgina / rēginae (f)
queen
remedium / remediī (n)
cure
rēx / rēgis (m)
king
Rōma / Rōmae (f)
Rome
rosa / rosae (f)
rose
rota / rotae (f)
wheel
rūmor / rūmoris (m)
rumor
sāna / sānae (f)
sound
sapientia / sapientiae (f)
wisdom
satura / saturae (f)
satire
scelus / sceleris (n)
crime
scientia / scientiae (f)
knowledge
scrīptor / scrīptōris (m)
writer
senectūs / senectūtis (f)
old age
senectūs / senectūtis (f)
old age
senex / senis
old man
sententia / sententiae (f)
thought, feeling, opinion, sentence
servus / servī (m)
manservant
signum / signī (n)
sign
soror / sorōris (f)
sister
studium / studiī (n)
eagerness, pursuit, study
stultus / stutī (m)
fool
tempestās / tempestāstis (f)
period of time, weather, storm
tempus / temporis (n)
time
terra / terrae (f)
earth, country
timor / timōris (m)
fear
timor / timōris (m)
fear
triumphus / triumphī
triumphal procession
turba / turbae (f)
crowd
turba / turbae (f)
crowd
tyrannus / tyrannī (m)
tyrant
urbs / urbis (f)
city
uxor / uxōris (f)
wife
venia / veniae (f)
favor, pardon
verbum / verbī (n)
word
vēritās / vēritātis (f)
truth
via / viae (f)
road
victōria / victōriae (f)
victory
vir / virī (m)
man
virgō / virginis
maiden, virgin
virtūs / virtūtis (f)
manliness
vīs / vīs (f)
force
vīta / vītae (f)
life
vitium / vitiī (n)
crime, vice
voluptās / voluptātis (f)
pleasure