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homo, hominis (m.)
man, human being
Gallus, -i (m.)
(inhabitant of) Gaul
Hispania, -ae (f.)
Spain
nasus, -i (m.)
nose
victoria, -ae (f.)
victory
flamma, -ae (f.)
flame
vir, viri (m.)
man
opus, operis (n.)
work
flos, floris (m.)
flower
nomen, nominis (n.)
name
leo, leonis (m.)
lion
amor, amoris (m.)
love
consul, consulis (m.)
consul
caput, capitis (n.)
head
princeps, principis (m.)
chief
rex, regis (m.)
king
socius, -i (m.)
ally, comrade, companion
castra, -orum (m.)
camp
fossa, -ae (f.)
ditch, trench
praeda, -ae (f.)
spoils, booty, plunder
provincia, -ae (f.)
province
pes, pedis (m.)
foot
fabula, -ae (f.)
story
pecunia, -ae (f.)
money
Poenus, -i (m.)
Carthaginian
filius, -i (m.) [voc. s.: fili]
son
proelium, -i (n.)
battle, conflict
nuntius, -i (m.)
messenger
gladius, -i (m.)
sword
Troia, -ae (f.)
Troy
Troianus, -i (m.)
Trojan
poena, -ae (f.)
punishment
liber, libri (m.)
book
pugna, -ae (f.)
fight, battle
caelum, -i (n.)
heaven, sky
annus, -i (m.)
year
arma, -orum (n. pl.)
arms, weapons
aurum, -i (n.)
gold
autumnus, -i (m.)
autumn
elephantus, -i (m.)
elephant
epistula, -ae (f.)
letter
hora, -ae (f.)
hour
silva, -ae (f.)
forest, wood
ursus, -i (m.)
bear
tenebrae, -arum (f. pl.)
darkness
Germanus, -i (m.)
German (pers.)
gloria, -ae (f.)
glory
tempus, temporis (n.)
time
Graecus, -i (m.)
Greek
Graecia, -ae (f.)
Greece
femina, -ae (f.)
woman
terra, -ae (f.)
land
cupressus, -i (f.)
cypress
anima, -ae (f.)
soul, spirit
deus, -i (m.)
(voc. s.: deus)
god
Roma, -ae (f.)
Rome
donum, -i (n.)
gift
Gallia, -ae (f.)
Gaul
dea, -ae (f.)
(dat/abl. pl: deabus)
goddess
equus, -i (m.)
horse
Corinthus, -i (f.)
Corinth
astrum, -i (n.) /
stella, -ae (f.)
star
Italia, -ae (f.)
Italy
Europa, -ae (f.)
Europe
conviva, -ae (m.)
guest at a meal
pomum, -i (n.)
fruit
titulus, -i (m.)
inscription
umbra, -ae (f.)
shadow
forum, -i (n.)
public square
monumentum, -i (n.)
monument
cibus, -i (m.)
food
fortuna, -ae (f.)
fortune
paeninsula, -ae (f.)
peninsula
magister, magistri (m.)
schoolmaster
copia, -ae (f.)
supply, abundance (pl. troops, forces)
sepulchrum, -i (n.)
tomb
ara, -ae (f.)
altar
oppidum, -i (n.)
town
mortuus, -i (m.)
dead man
inimicus, -i (m.)
(personal) enemy
Britannia, -ae (f.)
Britain
casa, -ae (f.)
cottage, hut
Sicilia, -ae (f.)
Sicily
Germania, -ae (f.)
Germany
divitiae, -arum (f. pl.)
riches
vita, -ae (f.)
life
templum, -i (n.)
temple
fama, -ae (f.)
fame
auxilium, -i (n.)
help
statua, -ae (f.)
statue
puer, pueri (m.)
boy
aqua, -ae (f.)
water
hortus, -i (m.)
garden
periculum, -i (n.)
danger
puella, -ae (f.)
girl
aper, apri (m.)
wild boar
taberna, -ae (f.)
tavern
filia, -ae (f.)
(dat/abl pl: filiabus)
daughter
servus, -i (m.)
slave
verbum, -i (n.)
word
patria, -ae (f.)
native land
agricola, -ae (m.)
farmer
bellum, -i (n.)
war
vinum, -i (n.)
wine
ager, agri (m.)
field
virgo, virginis (f.)
girl, young woman, virgin
ratio, rationis (f.)
reason, method
nauta, -ae (m.)
sailor
publicanus, -i (m.)
tax collector
Romanus, -i (m.)
Roman
carmen, carminis (n.)
song
excidium, -i (n.)
destruction
poeta, -ae (m.)
poet
luna, -ae (f.)
moon
initium, -i (n.)
beginning
incola, -ae (m. or f.)
inhabitant
amicus, -i (m.)
friend
via, -ae (f.)
road, street, way
fluvius, -i (m.)
river
insula, -ae (f.)
island
Aegyptus, -i (f.)
Egypt
cena, -ae (f.)
dinner
decem (indecl.)
ten
murus, -i (m.)
wall
amicitia, -ae (f.)
friendship
Hispanus, -i (m.)
Spaniard
civitas, civitatis (f.)
state
sanguis, sanguinis (m.)
blood
furor, furoris (m.)
madness, fury
sol, solis (m.)
sun