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aqua, -ae, f.
water
anima, -ae, f.
soul, spirit, life force
ager, agrî, m.
field
âra, -ae, f.
altar
arma, -ôrum, n. (pl.)
arms, weapons
aurum, -î, n.
gold
aurôra, -ae, f.
dawn
bellum, -î, n.
war
corôna, -ae, f.
crown, wreath
cella, -ae, f.
storeroom, (small) room
cûra, -ae, f.
care, concern, anxiety
culpa, -ae, f.
guilt, fault
corpus, corporis, n.
body
dîligentia, -ae, f.
diligence
dextra, -ae, f.
right hand
domus, -î, f.
house, home
dônum, -î, n.
gift
fâma, -ae, f.
talk, report, rumor, fame, reputation
fôrma, -ae, f.
form, shape, figure, beauty
glôria, -ae, f.
glory, renown
incola, -ae, m.
inhabitant
însidiae, insidiârum, f. (used only in pl.)
ambush, plot, treachery
invidia, -ae, f.
envy, jealousy
însula, -ae, f.
island
nauta, -ae, m.
sailor
gladius, -î, m.
sword
lacrima, -ae, f.
tear
lûna, -ae, f.
moon, moonlight
patria, -ae, f.
native land, country
terra, -ae, f.
earth, land
pecûnia, -ae, f.
money
unda, -ae, f.
wave
nâtus, -î, m.
son
oculus, -î, m.
eye
mora, -ae, f.
delay
poena, -ae, f.
**poenâs dare
penalty, punishment
**to pay a penalty
metus, -ûs, m.
fear, dread
poêta, -ae, m.
poet
môtus, -ûs, m.
motion, movement
vîta, -ae, f.
life
porta, -ae, f.
gate
nâtûra, -ae, f.
nature
rêgîna, -ae, f.
queen
taeda, -ae, m.
torch
noxa, -ae, f.
harm, injury
turba, -ae, f.
crowd, uproar
via, -ae, f.
way, road, path, street
prôvincia, -ae, f.
province
puella, -ae, f.
girl
sententia, -ae, f.
feeling, thought, opinion
puer, puerî, m.
boy; child
saxum, -î, n.
rock, stone
servus, -î, m.
slave
velum, -î, n.
*vela dare
sail, cloth, covering
*set sail
venia, -ae, f.
indulgence, favor, kindness, (obliging)disposition
ventus, -î, m.
wind
verbum, -î, n.
word
vir, vrî, m.
man
caelum, -î, n.
heaven, sky
cibus, -î, m.
food
deus, -î, m.
nom.-pl. dî
gen. pl. deôrum or deum
dat., abl. pl-dîs
a god, deity
dea, -ae, f.
goddess
factum, -î, n.
deed
filius, -î, m.
son
filia, -ae, f.
daughter
liber, librî, m.
book
littera, -ae, f.
letter (of the alphabet);
pl., letter (epistle)
mênsa, -ae, f.
table
oppidum, -î, n.
town
perîculum, -î, n.
danger
rêgnum, -î, n.
realm, kingdom
studium, -î, n.
enthusiasm, zeal
têctum, -î, n.
roof, house
umbra, -ae, f.
shadow
(Nom.) ego, (Gen.) meî, (Dat.) mihi, (Acc.)mê, (Abl.) mê
I, of me, to me, me, (fwib) me
urna, -ae, f.
urn
fînis, fînis, -ium, m.
end, boundary, limit
vîlla, -ae, f.
country house, farmhouse
dominus, -î, m.
master, lord
ferrum, -î, n.
iron, sword
flamma, -ae, f.
flame, fire
imperium, -î, n.
authority, power, empire
magister, magistrî, m.
superior, director, master, teacher
populus, -î, m.
people
ruîna, -ae, f.
fall, downfall, ruin, destruction
socius, -î, m.
ally
exemplar, -âris, -ium, n.
copy, model, example
exemplum, -î, n.
example
frâter, frâteris, m.
brother
homô, hominis, m.
human being, man
ignis, ignis, -ium, m. (abl. sin. igne or ignî)
fire
lûmen, lûminis, n.
light
mare, maris, -ium, n.
sea
mâter, mâtris, f.
mother
mêns, mentis, -ium, f.
mind, disposition, intellect
mîles, mîlitis, m.
soldier
moenia, moenium, n. (pl.)
(city) walls
môns, montis, -ium, m.
mountain
nox, noctis, -ium, f.
night
pater, patris, m.
father
rêx, rêgis, m.
king
rûmor, -ôris, m.
rumor, gossip
rûs, rûris, n.
country (as opposed to city)
servitûs, servitûtis, f.
slavery
sîdus, sîderis, n.
constellation, star; heaven
soror, sorôris, f.
sister
timor, -ôris, m.
fear, dread
urbs, urbis, -ium, f.
city
vigor, -ôris, m.
vigor, liveliness, activity
vîs, (pl) vîrês, vîrium, f.
force, power; (pl.) strength
amamor, amôris, m.
love
annus, -î, m.
year
auctor, -ôris, m.
producer,founder, author
cîvis, cîvis, -ium, m. or f.
citizen
ego, meî (pron.)
I
fînis, fînis, -ium, m.
end, boundary, limit
genus, generis, n.
descent, origin, race, sort
hôra, -ae, f.
hour, season
hostis, hostis, -ium, m.
enemy, public enemy
locus, -î, m.
place, spot
mors, mortis, -ium, f.
death
opus, operis, n.
work
pês,pedis, m.
foot
salûs, -ûtis, f.
health, safety
tempus, -oris, n.
time, period, season
Vôx, vôcis, f.
voice
amor, amôris, m.
love
annus, -î, m.
year
Asia, -ae, f.
Asia
auctor, -ôris, m.
producer, founder, author
cîvis, cîvis, -ium, m. or f.
citizen
(Nom.) tû, (gen.) tuî, (Dat.) tibi, (Acc.) tê, (Abl.) tê
you, of you, to you, you, (fwib) you
carmen, -inis, n.
song, poem, incantation
cîvitâs, cîvitâtis, f.
citizenship, state
diês, -êî, m.
day
domus, -ûs and î, f.
house, home
fidês, -eî, f.
faith, trust, trustworthiness
îra, -ae, f.
wrath, anger
lîtus, lîtoris, n.
shore, beach
lûx, lûcis, f.
light
prîmâ lûce
at the first light, at daybreak
manus, -ûs
hand; band, troop
nômen, nôminis, n.
name
nûmen, nûminis, n.
divinity, divine spirit
opîniô, opîniônis, f.
opinion
pectus, -oris, n.
heart, breast
rês, reî, f.
thing, matter, affair, situation
rês pûblica
state, republic
sênsus, -ûs, m.
sensation, feeling
speciês, -êî, f.
appearance
spês, -eî, f.
hope
superî, superôrum, m. pl.
the gods above
vertex, verticis, m.
head, top, summit; whirlpool, whirlwind
amîcitia, -ae, f.
friendship
câsus, -ûs, m.
fall, accident, occurrence, chance
cônsillium, -î, n.
counsel, plan, advice
hospes, hospitis, m.
guest, host
laus, laudis, f.
praise
maiôrês, -um, m. pl.
ancestors
odium, -î, n.
hatred
sapientia, -ae, f.
wisdom
templum, -î, n.
temple
ars, artis, -ium, f.
skill, art
audâcia, -ae, f.
boldness, courage
auxilium, -î, n.
aid
custôs, -ôdis, m.
guardian
figûra, -ae, f.
figure, form, shape
foedus, foederis, n.
pact, treaty, agreement
fuga, -ae, f.
flight
gaudium, -î, n.
joy
gêns, gentis, -ium, f.
race, people
iter, itineris, n.
journey, rout
coniûnx,coniugis, m. or f.
husband, wife, spouse
môs, môris, m.
custom, pl character
orbis, orbis, -ium, m.
ring, orb, circle
orbis terrârum
circle of lands, the world
pars, partis, -ium, f.
part
signum, -î, n.
signal, sign
sôl, sôlis, m.
sun
virtûs, virtûtis, f.
manliness, courage, excellence, virtue
cêna, -ae, f.
dinner
cônsul, cônsulis, m.
consul
dîvitiae, -ârum, f. pl.
riches, wealth
flûmen, -inis, n.
river, running water
forum, -î, n.
open space, forum, publick square
imperâtor, -ôris, m.
commander, general
iuvenis, -is, m. or f.
youth, young person
nâvis, -is, -ium, f.
ship
ôrâtor, -ôris, m.
speaker
parêns, parentis, m. or f.
parent
pauper, pauperis
poor
praemium, -î, n.
reward
scelus, sceleris, n.
crime, wicked deed
statua, -ae, f.
statue
aura, -ae, f.
breeze, wind, air
comes, comitis, m. or f.
companion
côpia, -ae, f.
abundance, supply; pl., troops
iussum, -î, n.
command, order, (abl. sing. is iussû, 'by order')
modus, -î, m.
way, manner, limit; kind
quô modô
in what way, how
ops, opis, f.
power, strength; pl. resources, wealth
sors, sortis, -ium, f.
lot, destiny