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ager, agri

masculine
field
Derivatives:

agrarian, agriculture, pilgrim, peregrination
amicus, -i

masculine
friend (male)
Derivatives:

amicable (derived from the Latin amo, amare)
amica, -ae

feminine
friend (female)
carrus, carri

masculine
cart, wagon
Derivatives:

cart, car, cargo, career, carriage
dea, deae

feminine
(NB. irregular in dative and abl. plural, both are deabus)
goddess
Derivatives:

deity, deify, deification, divine, divinity, adieu
deus, dei

masculine
god
dominus, -i

masculine
master, lord
Derivatives:

dominate, dominion, domineer, predominance, predominate
equus, equi

masculine
horse
Derivatives:

equestrian, equine, equestrienne
filia, -ae

feminine
(NB. irregular in dative and abl. Plural, both are filiabus)
daughter
Derivatives:

filial, affiliate
filius, fili

masculine
(NB, words that end in -ius can have the gen. sing ending in -i or -ii! stem = fili-)

son
liberi, liberorum

masculine
(NB plural only; comes from the Latin word liber, free)
children
magistra, magistrae

feminine
teacher, master (female)
Derivatives:

magistrate, maestro, master
magister, magistri

masculine
teacher, master (male)
puer, pueri

masculine
boy
Derivatives:

puerile, puerility
Romana, -ae

feminine
Roman (female)
Derivatives:

Roman
servus, -i, m.
slave, servant
Derivatives:

servitude, servile, service, servitude, subservient
vir, viri
man, hero
Derivatives:

virile, virility