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agricola, -ae (m)
farmer
amicitia, -ae (f)
friendship
ancilla, -ae (f)
maid, female servant
anima, -ae (f)

dat/abl pl = animabus
soul, life
aqua, -ae (f)
water
causa, -ae (f)
reason
cena, -ae (f)
dinner, supper
copia, -ae (f)
supply, abundance
copiae, -arum (f pl)
troops, forces
culpa, -ae (f)
blame, fault
dextera, -ae (f)
right hand
doctrina, -ae (f)
teaching, doctrine
ecclesia, -ae (f)
church, assembly
familia, -ae (f)
family, household
fuga, -ae (f)
flight, running away
gloria, -ae (f)
glory
gratia, -ae (f)
favor; thanks
gratias agere
to give thanks
hora, -ae (f)
hour
iniuria, -ae (f)
injustice; insult
inopia, -ae (f)
shortage, lack
justicia, -ae (f)
righteousness, justice
laetitia, -ae (f)
gladness
littera, -ae (f)
letter of alphabet
litterae, -arum (f pl)
letter, message; literature
memoria, -ae (f)
record; memory
misericordia, -ae (f)
mercy, kindness, pity
missa, -ae (f)
Mass
natura, -ae (f)
nature
nauta, -ae (m)
sailor
papa, -ae (f)
pope
patria, -ae (f)
one's country, fatherland
porta, -ae (f)
gate (of camp or city)
potentia, -ae (f)
power
provincia, -ae (f)
province
pugna, -ae (f)
fight, battle
regina, -ae (f)
queen
ripa, -ae (f)
bank (of a river)
silva, -ae (f)
wood, forest
terra, -ae (f)
land
tuba, -ae (f)
trumpet
turba, -ae (f)
crowd, multitude
via, -ae (f)
way, road, street
victoria, -ae (f)
victory
vita, -ae (f)
life
ancora, -ae (f)
anchor
anima, -ae (f)
breath; life, soul
aquila, -ae (f)
eagle; standard of a legion
ara, -ae (f)
altar
audacia, -ae (f)
boldness
aura, -ae (f)
air, breeze
avaritia, -ae (f)
greed for money
carina, -ae (f)
keel; ship, hull
catena, -ae (f)
chain
coma, -ae (f)
hair; foliage
corona, -ae (f)
garland
cura, -ae (f)
anxiety, care
custodia, -ae (f)
protection
dea, -ae (f)
goddess
diligentia, -ae (f)
care
epistula, -ae (f)
letter
fama, -ae (f)
rumour; reputation; glory
femina, -ae (f)
woman
forma, -ae (f)
shape; beauty
fossa, -ae (f)
ditch, trench
harena, -ae (f)
sand
hasta, -ae (f)
spear
herba, -ae (f)
plant; grass
invidia, -ae (f)
envy; hatred; unpopularity
ira, -ae (f)
anger; rage
lacrima, -ae (f)
tear, teardrop
lingua, -ae (f)
tongue; language
luna, -ae (f)
moon
mensa, -ae (f)
table
minae, -arum (f pl)
threats
mora, -ae (f)
delay
opera, -ae (f)
effort, trouble, pains; services
palma, -ae (f)
palm of hand; oar blade; palm tree
pecunia, -ae (f)
money
penna, -ae (f)
feather; wing
poena, -ae (f)
punishment, penalty
poeta, -ae (m)
poet
praeda, -ae (f)
plunder, booty; prey
prora, -ae (f)
bow, prow of a ship
sagitta, -ae (f)
arrow
scientia, -ae (f)
knowledge, learning
sententia, -ae (f)
opinion, feeling, judgment
summa, -ae (f)
sum total
tabula, -ae (f)
writing tablet; account; picture
tenebrae, -arum (f pl)
darkness
umbra, -ae (f)
shade, shadow
unda, -ae (f)
wave
venia, -ae (f)
forgiveness; leave, permission
vigilia, -ae (f)
staying awake; watch, guard
ager, agris (m)
the land or territory of a community; estate, farm
agri, -orum (m pl)
the country (contrasted with town)
amicus, -i (m)
friend
amicus, -a, -um
friendly
agnus, -i (m)
lamb
animus, -i (m)
feeling; mind, heart, spirit
animi, -orum (m pl)
high spirits, courage
annus, -i (m)
year
clerus, -i (m)
clergy
discipulus, -i (m)
disciple, student
dominus, -i (m)
lord, master
domus, -i (m)
home, house
episcopus, -i (m)
bishop, overseer
equus, -i (m)
horse
filius, -i (m)

voc: fili
nom pl: filii
son
inimicus, -i (m)
enemy (personal)
inimicus, -a, -um
unfriendly
legatus, -i (m)
envoy, ambassador
liber, libri (m)
book
locus, -i (m)
place
loca, -orum (n pl)
district, locality
modus, -i (m)
manner; measure; limit; kind
mundus, -i (m)
world
murus, -i (m)
wall
numerus, -i (m)
number, quantity
nuntius, nuntii (m)
messenger; news, message
populus, -i (m)
nation, a people
puer, pueri (m)
boy(s), child, servant
servus, -i (m)
slave
socius, -i (m)
ally, companion
socius, -a, -um
allied
ventus, -i (m)
wind
vir, viri
man; husband
acervus, -i (m)
heap, pile
avus, -i (m)
grandfather
campus, -i (m)
plain
captivus, -i (m)
prisoner
cibus, -i (m)
food
deus, -i (m)

voc: deus
god
dolus, -i (m)
trick; cunning
fumus, -i (m)
smoke
humus, -i (m)

loc: humi (f)
ground
lucus, -i (m)
wood, forest
ludus, -i (m)
game, play; school
magister, magistri (m)
schoolmaster
malus, -i (m)
mast
nimbus, -i (m)
storm; storm cloud
oculus, -i (m)
eye
pontus, -i (m)
ocean
ramus, -i (m)
bough, branch
remus, -i (m)
oar
scopulus, -i (m)
craig; cliff
somnus, -i (m)
sleep
taurus, -i (m)
bull
tumulus, -i (m)
small hill
umerus, -i (m)
shoulder
arma, -orum (n pl)
arms, armour, weapons, war
aurum, -i (n)
gold
auxilium, -i (n)
help
bellum, -i (n)
war
canticum, -i (n)
song, canticle
castra, -orum (n pl)
camp
concilium, -i (n)
meeting, council
consilium, -i (n)
plan; advice, good counsel; meeting, council of war
desiderium, -i (n)
want, need, desire
detrimentum, -i (n)
loss
donum, -i (n)
gift
exemplum, -i (n)
example, sample, pattern, model
festum, -i (n)
feast, feast-day
frumentum, -i (n)
corn, grain
frumenti, -orum (n pl)
crops
gaudium, -i (n)
joy
imperium, -i (n)
command, precept; chief power, control
initium, -i (n)
beginning
mandatum, -i (n)
order
meritum, -i (n)
merit
negotium, -i (n)
business
odium, -i (n)
hatred
officium, -i (n)
service, duty
oppidum, -i (n)
town
periculum, -i (n)
danger
praeceptum, -i (n)
lesson, precept, command
praemium, -i (n)
reward, prize
praesidium, -i (n)
protection; armed guard
principium, -i (n)
beginning
proelium, -i (n)
battle
regnum, -i (n)
kingship; kingdom, realm
responsum, -i (n)
answer, response
sacramentum, -i (n)
sacrament
sacrificium, -i (n)
sacrifice
saeculum, -i (n)
age, world
spatium, -i (n)
space, room; interval
scutum, -i (n)
shield
signum, -i (n)
sign, signal
studium, -i (n)
eagerness, enthusiasm
subsidium, -i (n)
reserve, support, help
telum, -i (n)
weapon, spear, javelin
tectum, -i (n)
roof, house, building
testimonium, -i (n)
witness, testimony
vallum, -i (n)
rampart (earthen wall around a camp)
vestigium, -i (n)
footstep, footprint, track
vinculum, -i (n)
bond, chain, fetter
vinum, -i (n)
wine
vitium, vitii (n)
fault, sin, vice, defect
votum, -i (n)
vow, prayer
edificium, -i (n)
building
argentum, -i (n)
silver
beneficium, -i (n)
good deed, service
caelum, -i (n)
sky, heaven
colloquium, -i (n)
conference, conversation
collum, -i (n)
neck
donum, -i (n)
present, gift
exitium, -i (n)
destruction
exsilium, -i (n)
exile, banishment
fatum, -i (n)
destiny; death
ferrum, -i (n)
iron
hospitium, -i (n)
giving or receiving of hospitality
incendium, -i (n)
fire, conflagration
ingenium, -i (n)
native ability; character
intervallum, -i (n)
interval of space or time
iudicium, -i (n)
decision, judgment
iugum, -i (n)
yoke; ridge, crest of a hill
letum, -i (n)
death
membrum, -i (n)
limb
monstrum, -i (n)
portent, marvel; monster
monumentum, -i (n)
memorial
odium, -i (n)
hatred, loathing
ostium, -i (n)
mouth of river, cave
otium, -i (n)
leisure, idleness; peace
pelagus (-us -i, -o) (n)
open sea
pretium, -i (n)
price
saxum, -i (n)
rock, crag; cliff
sepulcrum, -i (n)
tomb, grave
silentium, -i (n)
silence
supplicium, -i (n)
punishment
templum, -i (n)
temple
tergum, -i (n)
back
triduum, -i (n)
three days
vadum, -i (n)
ford; shallow, shoal
velum, -i (n)
sailcloth; sail
verbum, -i (n)
word
vulgus (-us, -i, -o) (n)
the rabble, the mob
a, ab or abs (+ abl)
away from; by; on the side of
absque (+ abl)
without
aduersum/aduersus (+ acc)
opposite to; against
ante (+ acc)
before, in front of
apud (+ acc)
at the house of, in the hands of, in the works of, among
circum/circa/circiter (+ acc)
around, about
cis/citra (+ acc)
this side of
clam (+ acc/abl)
unknown to
contra (+ acc)
against
coram (+ abl)
in the presence of
cum (+ abl)
with
de (+ abl)
about, concerning; from; down from
e, ex (+ abl)
out of, from; in accordance with; after
erga (+ acc)
towards
extra (+ acc)
outside
in (+ acc)
into, onto; against
in (+ abl)
in, on
infra (+ acc)
below
inter (+ acc)
among; between
intra (+ acc)
within
iuxta (+ acc)
close to, near
ob (+ acc)
on account of, because of, before, so as to obstruct
penes (+ acc)
with, in the possession of
per (+ acc)
through, by; in the name of, by the aid of
post (+ acc)
behind, after
prae (+ abl)
before; in comparison with; for, as a result of
praeter (+ acc)
past; beyond; except
pro (+ abl)
for, in return for; on behalf of; in front of, instead of, in accordance with
prope (+ acc)
near
propter (+ acc)
on account of
secundum (+ acc)
behind; along; after; according to
sine (+ abl)
without
sub, subter (+ acc)
under, beneath; just after, just before
sub, subter (+ abl)
beneath, under; at
super (+ acc)
over, above; beyond
super (+ abl)
over, above; about, concerning
supra (+ acc)
above
tenus (+ gen/abl)
as far as (placed after the word it governs)
trans (+ acc)
across
uersus, uersum (+ acc)
towards, in the direction of (placed after the word it governs)
ultra (+ acc)
beyond
usque (+ acc)
all the way to
simulaerum
soil, ground; sea floor