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aciēs, aciēcī, f.
line of battle, battle
adulēscēns, adulēscentis, m.
young man
adventus, adventūs, m.
arrival
aedēs, aedium, f. pl.
house
aedificium, -ī, n.
building
aerarium, -i n.
the treasury
aestas, aestatis, f.
summer
aetās, aetātis, f.
(old) age
ager, agrī, m.
field
amicitia, amicitiae f.
friendship
amīcus, -ī, m.
friend
amor, amōris, m.
love
animus, -ī, m.
mind
annus, -ī, m.
year
ānxietās, ānxietātis, f.
anxiety
aqua, aquae, f.
water
āra, ae, f.
altar
arbor, arboris, f.
tree
argentum, ī, n.
silver, monry
arma, -ōrum, n. plural
arms, weapons
ars, artis, f.
art, skill
ātrium, -ī, n.
hall
auctoritas, auctoritatis, f.
influence, authority
aura, -ae, f.
breeze, air
auris, auris, f.
ear
aurum, auri f.
gold (metal/color), gold money, riches;
auxilium, -ī, n.
help
avis, avis f.
bird; sign, omen, portent;
balnea, -ōrum, n. pl.
baths
bellum, -ī, n.
war
bona, -orum, n. pl.
goods
caelum, -ī, n.
sky, heaven
campus, -ī, m.
plain, field
candidātus, -ī, m.
candidate
canis, canis, c.
dog
caput, capitis, n.
head
carcer, carceris, m.
prison
carmen, carmenis, n.
song
casa, casae, f.
house, cottage
castra, -ōrum, n. plural
camp
cāsus, cāsūs, m.
mishap, misfortune
causā + gen.
for the sake of
causa, -ae, f.
cause, reason
celeritās, celeritātis, f.
speed
cēna, cēnae, f.
dinner
centuriō, centuriōnis, m.
centurion
chorus, -ī, m.
chorus
cibus, cibi, m.
food
cīvis, cīivis, c.
citizen
clades, cladis
disaster
clāmor, clāmōris, m.
shout
classis, classis, m.
fleet
clementia, -ae, f.
mercy, clemency
cliens, clientis, m.
client, dependant
collis, collis, m.
hill
colloquium, colloquii n.
conversation
colōnus, colōni, m.
farmer
comes, comitis, c.
comrade
cōnsēnsus, -ūs, m.
agreement
cōnsilium, -ī, n.
plan
conspectus, conspectus, m.
sight, view
cōnsul, cōnsulis, m.
consul
conviva, convivae c.
guest
convivium, convivi(i) n.
dinner party
copiae, -arum, f. pl.
forces
cor, cordis, n.
heart
cornu, -us
horn, wing of an army
corona, coronae f.
garland, crown
cotīdiē
everyday
currus, currūs, m.
chariot
cursus, cursūs, m.
running, a course
custōs, custōdis, m.
guard
dea, deae, f.
goddess
dēdecus, dēdecoris, n.
disgrace
dēsīderium, -I, n.
longing
deus, deī, m.
god
dictātor, dictātōris, m.
dictator
diēs, diēī, m.
day
difficultas, difficultatis
difficulty
diligentia, -ae, f.
care, diligence
disciplina, -ae, f.
learning, discipline, training
discipulus, -ī, m.
pupil
divitiae, -ārum, f. pl.
riches
doctrīna, doctrinae, f.
education; learning; science; teaching; instruction; principle; doctrine;
dolor, doloris, m.
pain, grief
dolus, dolī, m.
domina, -ae, f.
mistress
dominus, -ī, m.
master
domum
(to) home
domus, domūs, f.
home
donum, -ī, n.
gift
epistola, -ae, f.
letter
eques, equitis, m.
horseman
equitēs, equitum, m. pl.
cavalry
equus, equī, m.
horse
exemplum, -ī, n.
example
exitium, -ī, n.
destruction
exsilium, -ī, n.
exile
fābula, fābulae, f.
story
facilitas, facilitatis, f.
ease, facility
fāma, -ae, f.
fame, report, reputation
fames, famis, f.
hunger
familia, -ae, f.
family, household
fās (indecl.)
right
fatum, -i n.
fate, destiny
fēmina, -ae, f.
woman
ferrum, ī, n.
iron, sword
fīlia, -ae, f.
daughter
filiolus, -ī, m.
a little son
filius, filī, m.
son
finis, finis, m.
end, finish
flōs, flōris, n.
flower
fluctus, -us, m.
wave
flūmen, flūminis, n.
river
foedus, foederis, n.
treaty
fōrma, -ae, f.
shape, beauty
forum, -ī, n.
marketplace
frāter, frātris, m.
brother
frīgus, frīgoris, n.
cold
frūmentum, -ī, n.
grain, corn
fundus, ī, m.
farm
futura, -orum n. pl.
the future
gēns, gentis, f.
race, people
genus, generis, n.
race, kind, sort
gladius, ī, m.
sword
glōria, -ae, f.
glory
gradus, gradūs, m.
step
grātiae, -ārum, f. pl
thanks
grātiās agō + dat.
I thank
hasta, -ae, f.
spear
hiems, hiemis, f.
winter
homō, hominis, c.
man, human being
honor, honoris, m.
honor, office
hōra, -ae, f.
hour
hortus, -ī, m.
garden
hospes, hospitis, c.
host, guest
hostis, hostis, c.
enemy
iānua, -ae, f.
door
ignis, ignis, m.
fire
imber, imbris, m.
rain
imperātor, imperātōris, m.
general
imperium Romanum
Roman Empire
imperium, -ī, n.
order
infans, infantis, c.
baby
ingenium, ,ī, n.
character, talents
inimicus, ī, m.
enemy
initium, -ī, n.
beginning
īnsula, -ae, f.
island
invidia, invidiae, f.
hate/hatred/dislike; envy/jealousy/spite/ill will
īra, -ae, f.
anger
iter, itineris, n.
journey
iudicium, -i, n.
law-court, judgement
Iuppiter, Iovis
Jupiter
ius, iuris, n.
right, justice
iuvenis, iuvenis, m.
young man
labor, labōris, m.
work, hardship
lacrima, ae, f.
tear
legatus legionis
legionary commander
legatus, -ī, m.
deputy, officer, envoy
legiō, legiōnis, f.
legion
lex, legis, f.
law
liber, librī, m.
book
libertas, libertatis, f.
liberty
limen, liminis, n.
threshold
littera, -ae, f.
a letter
litterae, -arum, f. pl.
literature, letters
lītus, lītoris, n.
shore
locus, -ī, m.
place
lūdī, -ōrum, m. pl.
the games
lūdus, -ī, m.
school
lumen, luminis, n.
light
luna, -ae, f.
moon
lūx, lūcis, f.
light
lyra, -ae f.
lyre
magister, magistrī, m.
master
maiōrēs nostri
our ancestors
mala, -orum n. pl.
evil, troubles
manus, manūs, f.
hand
mare, maris, n.
sea
marītus, -ī, m.
husband
māter, mātris, f.
mother
mens, mentis, f.
mind
mensis, mensis, m.
month
merīdiēs, meridiēī, m.
midday
mīles, mīlitis, m.
soldier
militia, militiae, f.
military service/organization; campaign; war;
modus, ī, m.
way, kind, sort
moenia, moenium, n. pl
walls
mōns, montis, m.
mountain
mora, -ae, f.
delay
morbus, -I, m.
disease
mors, mortis, f.
death
mos maiorum
the custom of our ancestors
mos, moris, m.
custom
mulier, mulieris, f.
woman
multitudo, multitudinis, f.
crowd, multitude
mūnus, mūneris, n.
gift
mūrus, -ī, m.
wall
nauta, -ae, m.
sailor
nāvis, nāvis, f.
ship
nefās (indel.)
wrong
negotium, -ī, n.
business
nimium, -ī, n. + gen.
too much
nōmen, nōminis, n.
name
nomine
by name, called
nox, noctis, f.
night
nubes, nubis, f.
cloud
numerus, -ī, m.
number
nūntius, -ī, m.
messenger, message
nuptiae, -arum, f. pl.
wedding
obses, obsidis, c.
hostage
oculus, -ī, m.
eye
odium, -I, n.
hatred
officium, ī, n.
duty
omnī modō
in every way
onus, oneris, n.
burden
opēs, opum, f. pl.
wealth
opus est + dat of person, abl. of thing needed
needed
opus, operis, n.
work, military work, fortification
ōrātiō, ōrātiōnis, f.
speech
ōrātiōnem habēre
to make a speech
ōrātor, ōrātōris, m.
orator, speaker
orbis terrarum
the globe, world
orbis, orbis, m.
circle, globe
ordo, ordonis, m.
rank, line, order
Oriens, Orientis, m.
the East
otioum, -ī, n.
leisure
ovis, ovis f.
sheep;
parēns, parentis, c.
parent
pars, partis, f.
part
parte, partium, f. pl.
political party
pater, patris, m.
father
patria, -ae, f.
fatherland
paupertas, paupertatis, f.
poverty
pāx, pācis, f.
peace
pectus, pectoris, n.
breast, heart
pecunia, -ae, f.
money
pecus, pecoris, n.
herd, flock
perīculum, -ī, n.
danger
pes, pedis
foot
philosophia, -ae, f.
philosophy
pietās, pietātis, f.
piety
plausus, plausūs, m.
applause
poēta, -ae, m.
poet
populus, -ī, m.
people
porta, ae, f.
gate
portus, portus, m.
port
potestas, potestatis, f.
power
praeceptum, praeceptī, n.
teaching, lesson, precept; order, command;
praemium, ī, n.
reward
praesidium, -ī, n.
garrison
prex, precis, f.
prayer
prīnceps, prīncipis, m.
prince
proelium, -ī, n.
battle
prōvincia, -ae, f.
province
pudor, pudoris, m.
shame, modesty
puella, -ae, f.
girl
puer, -ī, m.
boy, child
pugna, -ae, f.
fight
pulvis, pulveris, m.
dust
quiēs, quiētis, f.
quiet
rē vērā
in truth, in fact, really
reditus, reditus, m.
return
rēgina, -ae, f.
queen
rēligiō, rēligiōnis, f.
reverence, piety
rēs, reī, f.
thing, matter, property
responsum, -i, n.
reply, answer
rēspūblica, reipūblicae, f.
the republic
rēx, rēgis, m.
king
rure
in the country
rus, ruris, n.
the country
sacraficium, -ī, n.
sacrifice
saeculum, -ī, n.
generation, age
salūs, salūtis, f.
safety; greetings; health
saxum, ī, n.
rock
scelus, sceleris, n.
crime
schola, -ae, f.
school, classroom
scholam habeo
I give a lecture
scrība, -ae, m.
secretary
scutum, ī, n.
shield
seges, segetis, f.
corn, crop
senātus, -ūs, m.
senate
senecta, -ae, f.
old age
senex, senis, m.
old man
serpēns, serpentis, m.
serpent
signum, -ī, n
sign, signal
silentium, -ī, n.
silence
silva, -ae, f.
forest
silva, -ae, f.
wood
sol, solis, m.
sun
sōlācium, solaci(i), n.
comfort, solace; relief in sorrow/misfortune;
somnium, -i, n
dream
somnus, -ī, m.
sleep
sonus, -ī, m.
sound
soror, sorōris, f.
sister
sors, sortis, f.
lot, fate
spectaculum, ī, n.
show
spectator, spectatoris, m.
spectator
spēs, speī, f.
hope
statua, -ae, f.
statue
studium, -ī, n.
study
tablīnum, -ī, n.
study (the room)
taurus, ī, m.
bull, ox
tellūs, tellūris, f.
land, earth
telum, ī, n.
missile, javeline
templum, -ī, n.
temple
tempus, temporis, n.
time
tergum, ī, n.
back
terra, -ae, f.
earth, land
terror, terroris m.
terror
theatrum, ī, n.
theater
timor, timoris, m.
fear
toga -ae, f.
toga
tot
so many
totiens
so often
tribunus militum
tribune of soldiers
triumphus, triumphī, m.
triumph, victory parade
tumultis, tumultus, m.
riot, uproar
tumulus, -ī, m.
mound, tomb
turba, -ae, f.
crowd
turris, turris, f.
tower
tyrannus, ī, m.
tyrant
unda, -ae, f.
wave
urbs, urbis, f.
city
ūsus, -ūs, m.
use
uxor, uxōris, f.
wife
vallis, vallis f.
valley
vallum, -i n.
rampart
venēnum, venenī, n.
poison
venia, -ae f.
pardon
ventus, -ī, m.
wind
vēr, vēris, n.
spring
verbum, ī, n.
word
versus, versūs, m.
verse
vesper, vesperis, m.
evening
vestīmenta, -ōrum
clothes
veteranus, -i, m.
veteran
via, viae, f.
road, way
viator, viatoris, m.
traveller
victoria, -ae, f.
victory
villa, -ae, f.
villa, country house
vīnum, -ī, n.
wine
vir, virī, m.
man
virgō, virginis, f.
virgin, maiden
virtūs, virtūtis, f.
courage, virtue
vis (acc. vim; abl. vī), f.
force, violence
vita, -ae, f.
life
voluptās, voluptātis, f.
pleasure
vōtum, ī, n.
vow, prayer
vōx, vōcis, f.
voice
vulnus, vulneris, n.
wound
vultus, vultūs, m.
face, expression