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agricola, agricolae m.
farmer
aqua, aquae f.
water
fama, famae f.
fame, report, reputation, rumor
femina, feminae f.
woman; wife
fortuna, fortunae f.
chance, luck, fortune
nauta, nautae m.
sailor
rosa, rosae f.
rose
ager, agri m.
field, countryside
amicus, amici m.
friend
animus, animi m.
mind, spirit, courage
bellum, belli n.
war
consilium, consilii n.
plan, advice
dominus, domini m.
lord, master
donum, doni n.
gift
littera, litterae f.
letter (of the alphabet); pl. letter, literature
puer, pueri m.
boy
puella, puellae f.
girl
regnum, regni n.
kingdom
vir, viri m.
man; hero; husband
arma, armorum n (pl)
arms, weapons
caelum, caeli n.
sky, heavens
deus, dei m.
nom pl=di
dat/abl pl=dis
god
fabula, fabulae f.
story
imperium, imperii n.
command, authority, power
liber, libri m.
book
nemo m.
no one
nihil n.
nothing
templum, templi n.
temple
turba, turbae f.
crowd
ventus, venti m.
wind, breeze
casa, casae f.
cottage, house
oculus, oculi m.
eye
pontus, ponti m.
sea, ocean
via, viae f.
way, road
cura, curae f.
care, anxiety
sapientia, sapientiae f.
wisdom
saxum, saxi n.
rock; cliff
silva, silvae f.
forest, wood
terra, terrae f.
land, earth, soil; country
cena, cenae f.
dinner
exemplum, exempli n.
example
filia, filiae f.
daughter
filius, filii m.
son
Italia, Italiae f.
Italy
pencunia, pecuniae f.
money
populus, populi m.
people; nation
regina, reginae f.
queen
vita, vitae f.
life
ars, artis f.
art, skill
caput, caputis n.
head
civitas, civitatis f.
state
consul, consulis m.
consul
lex, legis f.
law
libertas, libertatis f.
liberty, freedom
luna, lunae f.
moon
lux, lucis f.
light
mons, montis m.
mountain
nomen, nominis n.
name
opus, operis n.
task, work
pars, partis f.
part, share, direction
patria, patriae f.
country, fatherland
pax, pacis f.
peace
periculum, periculi n.
danger
ratio, rationis f.
reason, judgement
verbum, verbi n.
word
carmen, carminis n.
song, poem
poeta, poetae m.
poet
factum, facti n.
deed, act, exploit
ius, iuris n.
right, law, justice
causa, causae f.
causa (+ gen)=for the sake of, because of
cause, reason
coniunx, coniugis f. or m.
spouse; wife; husband
flumen, fluminis n.
river
gratia, gratiae f.
gratias agere (+ dat)=to thank
grace, favor, kindness, gratitude
lacrima, lacrimae f.
tear
laus, laudis f.
praise
miles, militis m.
soldier
timor, timoris m.
fear, terror
aetas, aetatis f.
age, life
annus, anni m.
year
dolor, doloris m.
pain, sorrow
Gallia, Galliae f.
Gaul
gens, gentis f.
clan, tribe, family
hora, horae f.
hour, season
pes, pedis m.
foot
tempus, temporis n.
time, opportunity
copia, copiae f.
abundance, plenty, resources, wealth; (pl) troops
finis, finis m.
end; border; (pl) boundary, territory
iter, itineris n.
journey, path; a day's march
mora, morae f.
delay
senex, senis m.
old man
arbor, arboris f.
tree
genus, generis n.
birth, origin; kind, race
honor, honoris m.
honor, public office
hostis, hostis m.
enemy
legatus, legati m.
envoy, ambassador, delegate
mare, maris n..
sea
nox, noctis f.
night
scelus, sceleris n.
crime, wicked deed
aurum, auri n.
gold
civis, civis m. or f.
citizen
humus, humi f.
ground, earth
ignis, ignis m.
fire
labor, laboris m.
work, labor, effort
litus, litoris n.
shore, coast, beach
lumen, luminis n.
light, torch, lamp
pectus, pectoris n.
breast, chest, heart
provincia, provinciae f.
province
unda, undae f.
wave, waters; sea
casus, casus m.
fall; misfortune, destruction, accident
cornu, cornus n.
horn; wing (of an army)
dies, diei m. or f.
day
domus, domus f.
household, home
facies, faciei f.
face, appearance
fides, fidei f.
faith, trust
genu, genus n.
knee
impetus, impetus m.
attack, charge, impulse
manus, manus f.
hand; band of men
metus, metus m.
fear, dread, anxiety
passus, passus m.
mille passus; milia passuum (pl)=miles
pace, footstep
res, rei f.
thing, matter, business
rus, ruris n.
countryside
senatus, senatus m.
senate
spes, spei f.
hope
vultus, vultus m.
expression; face
acies, aciei f.
battle line
castra, castrorum n. (pl)
castra ponere=pitch camp
camp
epistula, epistulae f.
letter
exercitus, exercitus m.
army
ferrum, ferri n.
iron, sword
iudicium, iudicii n.
court; trial
multitudo, multitudinis f.
multitude, great number
proelium, proelii n.
battle
adventus, adventus m.
arrival
clamor, clamoris m.
shout; cheer
fas n.
divine law
gaudium, gaudii n.
joy, delight
vulnus, vulneris n.
wound
aestus, aestus f.
heat, tide
auris, auris f.
ear
auxilium, auxilii n.
aid, help; (pl) auxilliary troops
Caesar, Caesaris m.
Caesar
equus, equi m.
horse
Graecia, Graeciae f.
Greece
memoria, memoriae f.
memory, recollection
navis, navis f.
ship
nubes, nubis f.
cloud
Roma, Romae f.
Rome
soror,sororis f.
sister
Troia, Troiae f.
Troy
arx, arcis f.
summit, citadel
auctoritas, auctoritatis f.
authority
caedes, caedis f.
slaughter, murder
fatum, fati n.
fate, destiny
ora, orae f.
coast, border
signum, signi n.
sign, token, signal; standard
somnus, somni m.
sleep
vis, vis f.
vires, virium (pl)=strength
power, force, violence