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meus
my, mine
noster
our, ours
tuus
your,yours
vester
your,yours
suus
his/her own
civis,civis
citizen
fors
chance,luck
hora,ae
hour
litus, litoris
seashore, coast
natura, ae
nature, birth
nox,noctis
night
sanguis, sanguinis
blood
ceteri,ae,a
the rest of
felix, felicis
lucky, successful, happy
fugio
flee, flee from
inquam
say
quidem
in fact
ne....dem
not even
Jupiter
god of the sky, king and father of gods and men
Juno
goddess of women and marriage
Neptune
god of bodies of water
Minerva
goddess of trades, arts, crafts, and wisdom of war
Mars
god of growing grain and of war
Venus
goddess of female beauty and love
Apollo
god of light, male beauty, disease, and music
Diana
goddess of wild nature, virginity, fertility, and childbirth
Vulcan
god of destructive fire and of the fire of the forge
Vesta
goddess of the fire of the hearth
Mercury
god of the dead, of heralds, of profit, and of thieves and merchants
Ceres
goddess of fertility and crops
aedes, aedis
temple
aedes, aedium
house
aetas aetatis
age, lifetime
caput, capitis
head
imago, imaginis
image,likeness, portrait, statue
mens, mentis
mind
modus, i
measure, degree, manner,way
absum
be away, be absent
ardeo
burn
colo
cultivate, worship
lego
pick, read
relinquo
leave behind, leave, abandon
trado
hand over, hand down
coniunx, coniugis
spouse, wife, husband
flumen, flumenis
stream
oculus, i
eye
sol, solis
sun
studium, i
study, hobby, eagerness, enthusiasm
aeternus,a,um
eternal,everlasting
plenus,a,um
full
verso
occupy, keep turning
verto
turn
deinde
next, then
igitur
therefore
apud
among
hospes,hospitis
stranger, host
moenia,ium
fortifications, walls
sedes,sedis
seat,residence
signum, i
signal, sign
vestis, vestis
garment, clothing, clothes
posterus,a,um
following
posteri,orum
descendents, posterity
posterum,i
the future
claudo
shut,close
curro
run
expono
expose,explain
sedeo
sit
circa
around
quando
when?
quisque
each one
quique
each
uterque
each (of two)
ubique
everywhere
undique
from everywhere