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area
open space, threshing floor
Britannia
Britain
cista
trunk, chest
filia
daughter
fossa
ditch
hora
hour
ianua
door
ira
anger
littera
letter
palla
palla
porta
gate
raeda
carriage
stola
stola (a womean's outer garment)
toga
toga
toga praetexta
toga with purple border
toga virilis
toga of manhood, plain white toga
tunica
tunic
via
road, street
Via Appia
the Appian Way
vinea
vineyard
dominus
master
equus
horse
filius
son
liberi
children
numerus
number
raedarius
coachman, driver
vilicus
overseer, farm manager
vir, viri
man, husband
canis
dog
frater, fatris
brother
frons, frontis
forehead
ianitor, ianitoris
doorkeeper
mater, matris
mother
narrator, narratoris
narrator
nox, noctis
night
nocte
at night
parens, parentis
parent
pater, patris
father
soror, sororis
sister
uxor, uxoris
wife
alius, alia
another, other
alii...alii
some...others
bonus, bona
good
Cornelianus, Corneliana
belonging to Cornelius
miser, misera
unhappy, miserable
nullus, nulla
no one
paratus, parata
ready, prepared
plenus, plena
full
scelestus, scelesta
wicked
secundus, secunda
second
smisomnus, semisomna
half-asleep
suus, sua
his, her, its, their (own)
immobilis
motionless
omnes, omnia
all, everyone, everything
celo, celare
to hide
convoco, convocare
to call together
excito, excitare
to rouse, wake (someone) up
excalmo, exclamare
to excalim, shout out
festino, festinare
to hurry
incito, incitare
to spur on, urge on, drive
intro, intrare
to enter, go into
lacrimo, lacrimare
to weep, cry
latro, latrare
to bark
musso, mussare
to mutter
rogo, rogare
to ask
sto, stare
to stand
tempto, temptare
to try
verbero, verberare
to beat
habeo, habere
to have, hold
iubeo, iubere
to order
maneo, manere
to remain, stay
soleo, solere
to be accustomed (to), be in the habit of
taceo, teacere
to be quiet
teneo, tenere
to hold
discedo, discedere
to go away, depart
gero, gerere
to wear
induo, induere
to put on
inuro, inurere
to brand
mitto, mottere
to send
pono, ponere
to put, place